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SYDNEY: An extended sell-off drove Asian shares to their lowest in seven weeks on Wednesday as surging commodity prices and growing inflationary pressure in the United States prompted markets to bet on earlier rate hikes and higher bond yields globally.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks hit a one-month low on Tuesday as speculation that rising inflation pressure could prompt interest rate hikes sooner rather than later dragged on shares and hobbled the dollar, which hovered near a 2-1/2-month low.
The Hang Seng Index lost as much as 2.1% amid a broad selloff in Asia on Wednesday.
HONG KONG: One of the biggest-ever revamps for Hong Kong’s benchmark Hang Seng Index will benefit the likes of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Xiaomi Corp while some current heavyweights could face selling pressure, according to analysts and fund managers.
The government’s surprise decision to build, own and manage the 5G network for nationwide rollout is raising concerns for the industry.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s battered property firms are hitting a snag in their recovery after rising coronavirus infections led to an extension of remote work in the city-state.
(Bloomberg) -- After years building out export capacity and hiring traders, producers of liquefied natural gas and commodity trading houses are seizing on an unprecedented surge in the price of the fuel.
Short-sellers and retail profit-taking possible reasons
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank stocks dragged the FBM KLCI into the red on Friday, with Public Bank and Maybank among the biggest losers, while the broader market was weaker with over 860 counters in the red.