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BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Though foreign investors have started returning to the Thai bonds market now that Covid-19 is subsiding, this capital inflow may renew the threat of baht appreciation, warn bond experts, as companies apply to issue corporate bonds with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
HONG KONG: Equities and crude rallied on Tuesday (May 5) as investors cheered a further easing of lockdowns in some countries, which offset a brewing row between the US and China that some fear could see them renew their trade war.
HONG KONG: Stock markets suffered steep losses on Monday (May 4), tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets suffered steep losses Monday, tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the coronavirus pandemic.
BEIJING, April 30 (China Daily/ANN) - The yuan's share in international payments and settlement under the capital account hit a record in March, as cross-border investment replaced trade as the driving force for the Chinese currency's internationalization campaign, according to financial experts.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Asia Pacific stocks have finally risen more than 20% from their recent lows and are set to join global peers in a bull market.
LONDON (Reuters) - The markets are much less confident about Europe and the United States getting back to business ahead of the summer, a Deutsche Bank investor survey showed on Monday, even as some countries begin gradually re-opening their economies.
BANGKOK (AP): Japan's Nikkei 225 surged 8% and other world markets also jumped Wednesday (March 25) after Congress and the White House reached a deal to inject nearly US$2 trillion of aid into an economy ravaged by the coronavirus.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia is considering a second round of economic stimulus, three sources familiar with the deliberations told Reuters, as Canberra accelerated efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus that has now killed five people in the country.
HANOI (Bloomberg): Vietnamese stocks are some of the world’s most battered this year, but market watchers are backing a turnaround.