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AFTER 16 months of betting against the US dollar, currency speculators appear to have thrown in the towel.
Investors seek growth in emerging markets as recovery angst builds
CHICAGO: The $22 trillion market for U.S. Treasury securities may get a reality check from the Federal Reserve this week following a plunge in interest rates that bucked expectations of higher yields this year as the economy rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emerging markets: Philippine stocks hit lowest since May 27 as virus curbs hit risk sentiment in Asia
Asian stock markets and currencies saw heavy losses on Monday as some countries in the region tightened Covid-19 curbs to tackle a highly contagious Delta variant-fuelled surge of infections that sparked a sell-off in risky assets.
FAR from embracing for what some dub the “great reflation” or even the “new abnormal”, bond markets are starting to see a post-pandemic world much like the one before Covid-19 struck.
KUALA LUMPUR: The domestic financial markets were affected by both domestic and external factors in May, while investor sentiment was affected by the uncertainty surrounding the course of the pandemic in the region, Bank Negara said.
JUST who or what is holding down US government borrowing rates has become one the big financial questions of the year – at least for those who think the Fed’s ongoing bond-buying programme is not a good enough explanation.
MANILA: The Philippine peso fell the most in more than two months yesterday after coronavirus curbs were prolonged in the capital Manila and nearby provinces until end-June and quarantine measures were tightened to battle rising infections.
Indonesia's rupiah was on track for its biggest daily fall in over three weeks on Monday amid surging coronavirus infections, while trading in most other Asian emerging markets was muted ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting this week.