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THE world’s emergence from the coronavirus pandemic is set to unleash a wave of spending by older consumers, with increasing opportunities for investors in aging-linked stocks.
The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) has asked the government to pump a RM200 billion stimulus package, with a RM30 billion direct fiscal injection, into the economy over concerns that the extension of the movement control order (MCO 3.0) may have a devastating impact on small and medium enterprise (SME) manufacturers.
NEW YORK/LONDON: European shares, the S&P 500 and an index of global stock performance scaled new peaks while yields on U.S., Japanese and European government debt fell on Friday as investors embraced the easy monetary policies of major central banks.
Volatility in the global markets was sucked out, leaving major currencies mostly range-bound as investors took the sidelines ahead of Thursday’s development – US May CPI print and European Central Bank (ECB) monetary meeting.
Moody’s Analytics expects Malaysia’s Industrial Production Index (IPI) growth to ease in the coming months due to tighter restriction measures and production capacity limitations, which will inevitably dent output.
KUALA Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) is on a buying spree, as the surging price of crude palm oil boosted its war chest and whetted its appetite to expand its plantations land bank
GameStop on Wednesday named the head of Amazon's Australian business as its CEO and said the struggling videogame retailer may sell new shares, sending its volatile stock down 7% in extended trade and disappointing some of its ardent fan base of individual investors.
LONDON: Copper prices hovered below $10, 000 a tonne on Wednesday as data showed Chinese factories were facing the fastest rises in the cost of input materials in 12 years and a Chinese government agency said it would step up monitoring of commodities markets.
AS grandees of the investment world fall over themselves to warn of long-absent inflation up ahead, financial markets appear ever calmer about the risks of that new regime unfolding.