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KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research expects volatility on Bursa Malaysia to remain strong driven by the global spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus and the collapse of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government.
SYDNEY: Asian shares extended losses on Tuesday amid fears the coronavirus was rapidly mutating into a pandemic that could cripple global supply chains and wreak far greater economic damage than first thought.
NEW YORK: Financial markets on Monday ratcheted up bets the U.S. Federal Reserve will be pressed to cut interest rates to cushion a feared hit to economic growth from the spread of the coronavirus, although one official cautioned against expecting the central bank to over-react to short-term market moves.
NEW YORK: Warren Buffett, the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc, on Monday called the coronavirus outbreak "scary stuff" but said that it was no time to sell stocks despite the threat of a pandemic.
NEW YORK: Stocks across the globe fell by the most since mid-2016 on Monday and oil prices tumbled as a jump in coronavirus cases outside of China drove investors to the perceived safety of gold and government bonds on fears of the impact on the global economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: UK-based Goldman Sachs International Ltd and its Asian entities, Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC and Goldman Sachs (Singapore), pleaded not guilty at the High Court here to charges on the sale of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) bonds amounting to RM27.2bil (US$6.5bil).
SINGAPORE: A raft of new coronavirus cases in numerous countries outside China over the weekend has redoubled concerns about the ability of the illness to spread, and the potential economic impact.
PETALING JAYA: The power industry is among the most active sectors tapping the domestic bond market, with a five-year average annual issuance of about RM8.4bil between 2015 and 2019.
BANGKOK (AP): Shares skidded, oil prices sank and the price of gold surged on Monday (Feb 24) as the number of people infected or killed by the viral outbreak that began in China surged, heaping more uncertainty on the economic outlook.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The novel coronavirus epidemic will not alter the fundamentals of China's foreign trade, foreign investment and core position within the global industrial chain from a long-term perspective, commerce officials and business leaders said.