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Emerging Markets: Bank Indonesia to hold rates until late 2022 as Thai baht emerge as top weekly earner
Most Asian currencies gained against the US dollar this week, as the greenback was headed for its first weekly loss in five after an improvement in risk appetite put a brake on the safe-haven currency's rally.
BENGALURU: Singapore shares hit two-month highs on Wednesday as most Asian equities logged strong gains, with stocks in India scaling a record high to mark their fifth consecutive session of gains.
While most Asian currencies were subdued on Tuesday, Thailand's baht gained more than 1% to scale an over two-week peak after the government eased quarantine rules for visitors from low-risk countries in a bid to revive its key tourism sector.
Concerns abound that it could knock earnings down
BENGALURU: Valuations of Asian equities hit a 16-month low at the end of September, as concerns over an economic slowdown in China and growing expectations of monetary policy tightening by major central banks dragged down equity markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed lower on Monday, with Hong Leong Bank and Petronas Chemicals weighing on the FBM KLCI while the broader market was mixed as investors remained cautious following the weaker key Asian markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Continuous buying in selected industrial products and services as well as healthcare counters lifted Bursa Malaysia to close at its intraday high today, with more investors becoming more confident over the bullish domestic economic outlook, dealers said.
BENGALURU: Indonesian shares jumped nearly 1% on Wednesday to lead gains among most emerging Asian equities, as China Evergrande's promise to pay some bond interest calmed nerves, while Singapore stocks hit four-month lows due to a spike in COVID-19 cases.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - European shares tumbled over 2% to a near two-month low in early afternoon trading on Monday as growing solvency worries about property group China Evergrande spooked investors, in a dour start to a week packed with meetings of major central banks.
Stock markets in the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore tumbles as policy meetings in central banks set to take centrestage
Regional stock markets fell sharply in holiday-thinned trading, taking cues from broader Asian equities on Monday, with shares in the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore tumbling between 0.6% and 0.8%.