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SYDNEY: Asian share markets turned mixed on Monday as U.S. lawmakers struggled to hammer out a new stimulus plan amid a global surge of new coronavirus cases, though a squeeze on crowded short positions left the dollar clinging to a tentative bounce.
KUALA LUMPUR: The recovery in the Malaysian manufacturing sector continued in July and firms expect market demand to strengthen over the coming year, supporting overall confidence in the 12-month outlook for production.
THE week will see key industrial production index (IPI) figures released for June as well as manufacturing sales value.
RISK appetite improves after the US Federal Reserve vows to support the virus-battered economy, sending the dollar to a two-year low of 93.39, down 1.11% week-on-week (w/w).
BEIJING: China's factory activity expanded in July for the fifth month in a row and at a faster pace, beating analyst expectations despite disruptions from floods and a resurgence in coronavirus cases around the world.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose on Friday, lifted by some supportive economic data, but tensions between the United States and China limited gains.
TOKYO: Japan's factory activity contracted for a 15th straight month in July, indicating the economic pain from the coronavirus crisis extended into the third quarter of the year as hopes for a quick global recovery fade.
We knew Q2 earnings would be dire but the hope was a) they might turn out to be better than feared and b) companies could offer guidance on the outlook.
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.