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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia continued its uptrend on Monday amid continued optimism in global equities and as rubber glove makers soared on higher forecast earnings.
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.
NEW YORK: Oil prices climbed more than 2% on Friday after the International Energy Agency (IEA) bumped up its 2020 demand forecast but record-breaking new coronavirus cases in the United States tempered expectations for a fast recovery in fuel consumption.
THE US dollar depreciated by 0.49% to 97.60 due to resurgent coronavirus infections in the US, and the prospect of improving growth abroad, souring investors’ appeal on the dollar.
KUALA LUMPUR: Supermax closed at a fresh high on Friday as investors chased up the stock while the FBM KLCI was boosted by Top Glove and Hartalega due to the continued increase in Covid-19 infections globally.
TOKYO, July 10 (Reuters): Oil prices fell on Friday, adding to steep losses from the previous session, and were headed for weekly declines on worries that renewed lockdowns following a surge in coronavirus cases in the United States and elsewhere could suppress fuel demand.
LONDON: World stocks and oil prices were faltering on Friday as record-setting new coronavirus cases in several U.S. states led to worries that more lockdowns may be necessary, making a quick economic recovery unlikely.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia inched lower for a second day as the market paused for breath after an earlier rally took prices to a four-week high.
BEIJING (AP): Asian stock markets followed Wall Street lower Friday (July 10) on worries economic recoveries might fade as coronavirus cases increase in the United States and some other countries.
KUALA LUMPUR: Public Bank and Petronas Chemicals weighed on the FBM KLCI early Friday after the weaker overnight close on Wall Street added caution to key Asian markets. However, glove makers were top gainers, led by Supermax and its call warrants