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MUMBAI: Investors in India’s US$2.8 trillion (RM11.53 trillion) equity market are underestimating the economic impact from the world’s worst coronavirus outbreak, which will delay any recovery and could trigger a “correction” in stocks, according to the country’s top-performing fund manager.
Overseas investors turned net buyers of Asian equities in April for the first time this year, helped by signs of economic recovery, with the region posting a strong rebound in manufacturing activity and exports.
SEOUL: Retail traders who drove record gains in South Korean stocks during the darkest days of the pandemic are bracing for a new threat – the return of institutional players betting on share-price declines.
Robust fundamentals behind the sustained demand
SHANGHAI: China stocks ended lower on Friday to post a weekly loss, as robust inflation data raised investor concerns over policy tightening, while Sino-U.S. tensions also weighed on the market.
CHINA’S inclusion in the FTSE World Government Bond Index (WGBI) may pose a competition to Malaysia’s sovereign debt market. However, the risk of capital outflow is expected to be manageable, as China’s bonds will only be added into the index through a phased inclusion over a period of 36 months from October this year.
Possible net buying this month will end long outflow
NEW DELHI: India’s record foreign-exchange reserves and a rare current-account surplus look set to cushion the nation’s currency and bonds from a global surge in interest rates.
China's exports jumped 60.6% in January-February from a year earlier and imports increased 22.2%, faster than expected from depressed 2020 levels, customs data showed on Sunday.