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HONG KONG: The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) on Sunday (May 31) has said that it has the capability, resources and determination to safeguard Hong Kong's monetary and financial stability.
KUALA LUMPUR: The year 2020 has been gloomy so far, with dark clouds expected to continue casting shadows as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic carved its devastating path through economies worldwide, leading many to come face-to-face with recession.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is likely to trade at current levels next week and is poised to reach the 4.30 level should risk-on sentiment hold and the US dollar continuing to decline.
NEW YORK: A gauge of global equities rebounded and crude oil rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump ordered an end to Washington's special treatment of Hong Kong, a move investors welcomed as unlikely to jeopardize a trade accord with China.
PETALING JAYA: Bursa Malaysia broke records as trading value rose to a high of RM9.3bil. Trading volume appeared to be on the medium to large-capitalised shares this time around at 9.04 billion shares.
AMID a short working week due to Memorial Day, the US dollar witnessed a sell-off, losing 1.48% to 98.38, underpinned by global risk-on sentiment – which led to robust buying in the equity space with the Dow Jones rising 3.8% week-on-week (w/w) to 25,401 while the S&P 500 climbing 2.5% w/w to 3,030.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia saw a record broken on Friday as trading value rose to a record high of RM9.308bil in an equally heavy trading volume as the FBM KLCI climbed more than 1% amid a firmer broader market.
SHANGHAI: China stocks edged up on Friday to end the week higher, as expectations that Beijing would take necessary measures to underpin the world's second-largest economy overshadowed concerns over escalating US-China tensions.
BANGKOK (AP): Shares fell Friday (May 29) in Asia as investors awaited a news conference about China by President Donald Trump later in the day.
LONDON: Global stock markets fell and safe havens such as bonds and the Japanese yen gained on Friday, as investors awaited Washington's response to China tightening control over the city of Hong Kong.