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SINGAPORE: World stock markets rose and longer-dated bonds rallied on Thursday as investors reckoned rising inflation would bring forward rate hikes around the world.
NEW YORK U.S. government borrowing costs advanced for a sixth week on Monday, hurting tech stocks as investors bet on rising interest rates, while three-year high oil prices ignited the energy sector.
NEW YORK/LONDON: World stock markets stabilized on Tuesday and oil prices regained ground a day after heavy selling of risk assets, as investors assessed the level of contagion stemming from distress at developer China Evergrande and awaited central bank meetings
HONG KONG: Asian shares stumbled on Tuesday, rattled by concerns over China's regulations for its once-freewheeling internet sector and the worldwide spike in COVID-19 infections driven by the Delta variant.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission (SC) has taken enforcement actions against major cryptocurrency exchange Binance for illegally operating a digital asset exchange (DAX).
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission on Friday took enforcement actions against Binance for illegally operating a digital asset exchange (DAX) and told Malaysian investors to stop dealing and investing with it.
SHANGHAI: Asian shares fell on Friday, extending their biggest monthly drop since the height of global pandemic lockdowns last March on lingering investor concern over regulatory crackdowns in China on the education, property and tech sectors.
SYDNEY: Asian shares stumbled to a one-week low on Monday and perceived safe haven yen edged higher amid a relentless surge in coronavirus cases and fears of rising inflation while oil prices fell on oversupply worries.
TOKYO: Asian shares headed lower on Friday as profit-taking in Taiwanese chip giant TSMC, despite record profits, weighed on other tech firms and broader risk sentiment, while a more dovish U.S. rates outlook kept bond yields near multi-month lows.
SHANGHAI: Asian shares fell on Wednesday after data showing the biggest jump in U.S. inflation in 13 years fuelled investor expectations that the Federal Reserve could exit pandemic-era stimulus earlier than previously thought.