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BEGALURU: London-listed shares rose more than 1% on Monday as retailers prepared to reopen stores following a months-long coronavirus-led lockdown, with Primark's owner pushing ahead to restart all its England shops on June 15.
SYDNEY: Asian shares pushed to three-month highs on Monday as progress on opening up economies helped offset jitters over riots in U.S. cities and unease over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue trading in a cautious mode next week as market sentiment will be largely influenced by external factors, especially the ongoing United States-China tensions. The ongoing trade war would be the major catalysts for global equity markets next week.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit strengthened against the US dollar in early session today on an overnight recovery of oil prices but investors are cautious over a possible escalation of United States (US)-China trade war risk, said an analyst.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit ended slightly lower against the US dollar on Thursday amidst the decline in global crude oil prices, a dealer said.
HONG KONG (AFP): Optimism over the reopening of major economies across the planet helped push most markets higher Thursday (May 28), as investors looked past building China-US tensions for now, though there remain worries about the uncertain global outlook.
HONG KONG (AFP): Optimism over the reopening of major economies across the planet continued to push equities higher Thursday (May 28), as investors looked past building China-US tensions for now, though there remain worries about the uncertain global outlook.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit eased against the US dollar at the opening on Thursday on profit-taking activities and weaker oil price, said an analyst.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit strengthened against the US dollar at the opening today on renewed buying interest amid stabilising oil prices, said an analyst.
HONG KONG: Most Asian markets rose Monday (may 25) as a further opening up of economies from lockdown offset worries over worsening China-US tensions, while Hong Kong traders stayed cautious following weekend protests over a controversial proposed security law.