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Market rebound seen for H2

As the first half of the year draws to a close, investors are wondering what is in store for stocks on Bursa Malaysia. I>StarBiz/Italked to several people to find out what could be ahead.


Volatile first-half for KL market

Share prices on the KL market have had a roller-coaster ride in the first half of the year.


Philippine shares end lower Monday on profit-taking

Philippine shares closed lower Monday as investors took profits in the absence of fresh market leads and following the Dow Jones Industrial Average's 1.1 percent fall.


Investors stick to penny stocks

MOST analysts expect investors and punters to invest in second and third liner stocks in the absence of tangible results from most of the restructuring of Government-linked companies (GLCs) listed on Bursa Malaysia.


Japan looks into more sanctions against N.Korea

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan has begun work on possible financial sanctions against North Korea over its missile tests, but said a decision on implementation would be taken in concert with other countries and depend on Pyongyang's behaviour.


European shares close higher

European stocks moved higher for a third straight session Monday, spurred on by the resource sector as crude oil and gold futures both hit new records.


Malaysian market likely to remain subdued this week

PETALING JAYA: Strong growth from overseas units may boost sentiment on local big banks like Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) and CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, as well as regional mobile player Axiata Group Bhd, ahead of the their latest quarterly results to be released later this month.


Foreign outflows draw the bear

AFTER a year-long hiatus, the stock market bear is making a comeback.


In the US small caps losing their edge over blue chips

CHICAGO: Could David be losing his historical edge over Goliath in the stock market? Investors are starting to wonder.


Singapore bourse posts biggest drop in 2 months

BANGKOK: Most South-East Asian stock markets fell yesterday, with Singapore posting its biggest drop in two months, as investors sold commodity and resource stocks.