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DUMPING bank shares and investing in a gold miner? It certainly doesn’t sound like a Warren Buffett move, but that’s exactly what the investing guru’s company did in the second quarter, according to a regulatory disclosure Friday. It’s not a good sign for markets.
BANGKOK, Aug 2 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): Bank stocks have dropped an average 6.2 per cent over the past week as the virus crisis grips Thailand’s financial sector, experts in the country have reported.
WHEN chairman Jerome Powell (pic) announced after last Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting that the Fed is “committed to using its full range of tools to support the US economy in this challenging time”, the market interpreted it as the Fed would do “whatever it takes” to support the United States facing the worst pandemic and economic recession since the 1930s.
SYDNEY: Australia’s big banks will be allowed to pay shareholder dividends this year, albeit at a reduced level, the prudential regulator said yesterday.
SYDNEY: Asian shares got off to a firm start on Monday as investors wagered U.S. earnings season would see most companies beat forecasts given expectations had been lowered so far by coronavirus lockdowns.
SINGAPORE: World stocks will probably tread water for a year, according to Citi strategists, who recommend a more defensive portfolio in the face of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK: Shares of U.S. banks dropped on Friday, with Wells Fargo's stock falling more than 6% and Goldman Sachs Group Inc down 7%, after the Federal Reserve capped dividend payments and barred share buybacks until at least the fourth quarter after its annual stress test
Fazil Irwan Som, executive director of the International Strategy Institute, says that Asean is still far from its target as non-tariff barriers hinder intra-regional trade and international investors face difficulties treating the region as a single market.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were set to fall on Thursday after gloomy economic projections from the U.S. Federal Reserve sent the greenback and most Wall Street shares lower.
NEW YORK: The Dow and S&P 500 ended a choppy session lower on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve reassured investors of its support for the economy but projected a 6.5% decline in gross domestic product this year.