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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI managed to cling on the key 1,600 level early Wednesday as Petronas Gas, Public Bank, Telekom Malaysia and Tenaga Nasional slipped amid lack of fund support.
NEW YORK: Oil fell more than $1 a barrel on Tuesday on concerns about excess global crude supply and limited progress toward resolving the U.S.-China trade dispute that has clouded the outlook for oil demand.
FRANKFURT: European car sales jumped in October, although not enough to reverse a slump since the start of the year as demand weakens in key markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today as investors turned to US dollar as a safe haven following doubts on the progress of US-China trade talks, said a trader.
NEW YORK: Wall Street's three main indexes on Monday barely extended the previous session's closing records as investors waited for concrete progress on U.S.-China trade relations after mixed headlines.
TOKYO: SoftBank Group Corp plans to combine its Yahoo Japan Internet business with Line Corp in a deal that values the messaging service at US$11.5bil, aiming to create a domestic giant that can more effectively compete with global rivals like Google and Amazon.com Inc.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks slipped along with European shares as doubts about a China trade deal weighed on sentiment, highlighting the fragile nature of recent gains as negotiations drag on.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign interest in the Malaysian fixed-income market was subdued in October, with a marginal net outflow of RM541.30mil as investors sought higher risk assets, according to RAM Ratings.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia set a valuation target for Aramco’s initial public offering well below Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s goal of $2 trillion and pared back the size of the sale to ensure the world’s largest oil producer successfully lists on the Riyadh stock exchange next month.
SINGAPORE: Asian emerging-market currencies are cheap and an imminent U.S.-China trade deal means this is a good time to buy them, according to Pacific Investment Management Co.