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KUALA LUMPUR: Global equities pushed higher as investor risk appetite continued to grow on expectations that the worst was over for the global pandemic while government stimulus further stirred hopeful sentiment.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia tracked US and European markets higher to continue the searing rally that has overtaken global equities as the reopening of economies and more government stimulus offset worries over the coronavirus, civil unrest in the US and protests in Hong Kong.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were poised to follow the global rally on Wednesday as hopes of more government stimulus bolstered riskier assets and overshadowed a host of other worries from the coronavirus to Hong Kong and growing U.S. civil unrest.
NEW YORK: World stock markets hit their highest levels since March and oil prices jumped on Tuesday as signs of a global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic offset concerns over the worst civil unrest in the United States in decades.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia reversed direction following four days of advances as escalating protests in the US and US President Donald Trump's threat to mobilise the military sent global equities under pressure on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Renewed optimism on the rubber glove and healthcare sector saw another fierce rally at play, with the FBM KLCI swept up alongside other regional markets as an impending global shortage of gloves is anticipated.
KUALA LUMPUR: The year-to-date foreign net outow from Bursa Malaysia surpassed RM13nil last Friday to touch RM13.3bil, according to MIDF Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors continued to remain as net sellers this week, as total net outflow rose to RM589.62 million from RM394.34 million recorded last week.
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.