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KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Investment Research is maintaining its Underweight outlook on the Malaysian automotive sector due to the lack of earnings catalysts.
BANGKOK: Thai shares snapped two days of gains and dropped 1.5% on Wednesday amid profit-booking in large-caps while Indonesian stocks rose on optimism about the government's ban on exporting unprocessed minerals.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures hit a near two-month low on Wednesday as worries that rising vegetable oil supplies may outstrip global demand curbed buying sentiment and prompted some investors to liquidate positions.
KUALA LUMPUR: HSBC Global Research expects many Asian currencies to be exposed to periods of higher volatility in 2014 but China’s renminbi, South Korea’s won and the Taiwan dollar will be able to ride out the storm.
TOKYO: The dollar rose to a one-week high against the yen on Thursday, as robust U.S. data and upbeat earnings from Bank of America helped offset concerns of a U.S. slowdown following December's disappointing payroll numbers.
Germany's booming trade surplus, long a source of friction in Europe, is back in the spotlight on Wednesday as US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is due to meet Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.
SYDNEY: Asian shares got a hand up on Wednesday after strong trade data boosted expectations for U.S. growth while a lessening of sovereign strains in Europe lifted stocks there to the highest since 2008.