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WHILE the world is now panicking on the severity of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, from a financial standpoint, how should investors react? Also is the epidemic risk the biggest risk the market is now facing?
JAKARTA: Indonesia's economic growth in the final quarter of 2019 was the slowest in three years, hit by a weakening global economy, and despite supportive efforts by policy makers that included four rate cuts by the central bank.
PETALING JAYA: Digital will continue to energise adspend growth in Malaysia and is forecast to grow 17.2%, reaching US$522mil and 37.7% share of total market spend this year, according to the latest global forecast by Dentsu Aegis Network.
JAKARTA: Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Indonesia in 2019 fell short of the target, but the country’s investment board chief is confident plans for regulatory changes will boost investors’ interest in South-East Asia’s largest economy.
JAKARTA: Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Indonesia in 2019 fell short of the target, but the country's investment board chief is confident plans for regulatory changes will boost investors' interest in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
BENGALURU: Moody's downgraded Hong Kong's credit rating one notch to "Aa3" from "Aa2" on Monday, saying its view on the strength in the Chinese-ruled city's institutions and governance is "lower than previously estimated." The agency, however, moved its outlook to stable from negative.
BACK in October of 2019, the US Fed began buying $60bil of Treasury bills per month, causing a substantial increase in not only its balance sheet but also the overall global money supply.
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ISTANBUL: Turkish stocks may have ascended to record highs this week, but they are unlikely to close a gaping discount to historical valuations because of a batch of local factors that temper investor enthusiasm, according to Neuberger Berman.
TOKYO: Stocks were steady in early Asian trade on Wednesday as investors awaited the signing of an initial U.S.-China trade deal, with sentiment somewhat dented by comments from the U.S. Treasury Secretary's that tariffs would remain in place for now.