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THE coronavirus that has upended the world’s economic and social life is turning out to be a mediocre election campaigner. The lesson of recent contests in Asia is that pre-existing conditions haven’t gone away and will likely be decisive, even in the bitterly fought US campaign.
HONG KONG: Investors looking for rebound candidates heading into 2020 should keep Malaysia off their lists, according to Jefferies Financial Group Inc.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit traded lower against the US dollar at the opening today on lack of catalyst for the local note amid uncertainty over the US-China trade deal, a dealer said.
SINGAPORE: Asia’s worst-performing major stock market is getting cheaper by the day. But that’s not enough to lure investors back.
LONDON: The dollar held near a two-month high on Monday ahead of what is expected to be the first U.S. interest rate cut since the financial crisis, while Britain's rising Brexit risks slugged the pound to a fresh 28-month low.
Top five themes investors are likely to look out for this week
BEIJING/WASHINGTON: U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators shift to Shanghai this week for their first in-person talks since a G20 truce last month, a change of scenery for two sides struggling to resolve deep differences on how to end a year-long trade war.
THE Pakatan Harapan government envisions a corruption-free Malaysia in five years’ time, but the journey towards the ambitious objective will be a bumpy one – especially for Corporate Malaysia.