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SINGAPORE: Crude oil rose for a sixth straight session on Thursday to its highest since June 19 on a decline in U.S. output, but ongoing worries about global oversupply continued to drag.
KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Thursday June 29.
Breakfast briefing: Thursday, June 29
SINGAPORE: After what’s been a tough quarter, iron ore’s getting a small reprieve. Futures clawed their way back above US$60 a tonne and spot prices have rebounded from a one-year low as steel output holds up in China, buoying demand for the material even as its supply rises.
PETALING JAYA: There could be some impact on Maxis Bhd’s revenue as a result of U Mobile Sdn Bhd’s termination of a network sharing agreement with the former related to the 3G radio access network (RAN), but more information will be needed before the full impact can be analysed.
PETALING JAYA: The ringgit may stabilise further in the coming months as the US dollar weakens, with an added boost coming from a combination of foreign fund inflows and exporters converting three quarters of their earnings back into ringgit.
PETALING JAYA: Construction outfit Gamuda Bhd’s leading role in the multi-billion-ringgit transportation infrastructure projects will continue to stand it in good stead among investors.
New Delhi: A new cyberattack similar to WannaCry reached parts of Asia after hitting businesses, port operators and government systems in Europe, United States and South America.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's new Prime Minister Mihai Tudose will name a new finance minister when he unveils his cabinet later on Wednesday, two ruling party officials said, as he seeks to end two weeks of political turmoil.