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Tan Thiam Hock - On your own THE year 2019 started off badly with red ink declines across all stock exchanges in the world. Bears charged ahead as investors continued to be spooked by dramatic events happening in the United States, China and Europe.
AFTER the Christmas holidays, New Year fireworks and all the wishes that we have made and received in welcoming the final teen year of the century, we are now back to charting the investment strategy for the year and what should investors do in the current market conditions.
HERE is what Franklin Templeton thinks about digital disruption in 2019: “As businesses look to engage with their customers in a more service-oriented and data-centric manner, there are significant investment opportunities in the leading digital transformation, platform companies, as well as technology vendors that enable their customers to digitally adapt and transform.”
WEAK sales at Apple and Cargill, US giants of technology and agriculture, may be the clearest sign yet that President Donald Trump’s quest to reset world trade carries costs at home and could isolate the United States as the increasingly fragile engine for global economic growth.
HANOI: Vietnam's largest telecommunication company, Viettel, is seeking to double its five million subscribers in Myanmar by the end of the year and is also holding talks with Malaysian telecommunication companies to buy stakes, its president and chief executive officer Le Dang Dung told Reuters an in interview on Friday.
NEW YORK: Oil rose nearly 2 percent on Friday after proposed trade talks between the United States and China eased some fears about a global economic slowdown, but gains were capped after the United States reported a sharp build in refined product inventories.
SINGAPORE: Gold pierced the $1,300 level to extend a new year rally. Investors flocked to the metal with global equities in retreat, signs of a slowdown stacking up, and the oldest of havens showing its mettle as exchange-traded funds draw in increased flows.