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CONSUMER price index (CPI) is the focus in this four-day week. The Statistics Department is due to announce inflation data for June 2021 and leading index (LI) for May 2021 on Friday.
NEW YORK: Expectations that the US economic rebound will slow in the second half are weighing on small-cap stocks, forcing fund managers to look for companies that could continue to profit in a lower growth environment.
NEW YORK: Expectations that the U.S. economic rebound will slow in the second half are weighing on small cap stocks, forcing fund managers to look for companies that could continue to profit in a lower growth environment.
(Reuters) - When Irishman Shane Lowry knocked in his putt on the 18th green for a romping British Open win at Portrush in 2019 little did he know that he would keep hold of the Claret Jug for two years.
A slew of important economic data is due this week. This includes Malaysia’s industrial production index (IPI), manufacturing sales, and the performance of wholesale and retail trade for the month of May 2021.
BANK Negara is expected to maintain the overnight policy rate (OPR) at 1.75% during the Monetary Policy Committee meeting on Thursday.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian stocks were mixed Monday (June 28) as traders took a breather after last week's rally, with concerns about Federal Reserve monetary policy easing as sentiment is driven by the bright outlook for the global economy.
IT is a relatively busy week on the economic data front. The Statistics Department is expected to announce the May 2021 external trade statistics today. It will also released the producer price index of local production for May on Wednesday.
UPDATES on rubber statistics for the month of April 2021 highlighted a relatively quiet week for economic data. The Statistics Department is expected to release rubber statistics tomorrow.