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TOKYO: In a disappointing third quarter earnings season for Japan Inc, one prominent theme is that moves in the yen have been a particular headache.A total of 438 Tokyo-listed companies have cut their full-year earnings guidance, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Fifty-six of them announced a change to their currency expectations in addition to their lowered profit forecasts.
PETALING JAYA: The 50bps cut in statutory reserve requirement (SRR) is expected to release RM7.4bil of liquidity into the banking system, said a research house.
WASHINGTON :President Donald Trump said on Friday that he has not agreed to rollbacks of U.S. tariffs sought by China, sparking fresh doubts about when the world's two largest economies may end a 16-month trade war that has slowed global growth
KUALA LUMPUR: Public Bank Bhd's net earnings for 9M19 came in within expectations, said Affin Hwang Capital research.
TOKYO: Asian shares were little changed on Wednesday as investors awaited new developments toward scaling back a bruising trade war between the United States and Chin
PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has avoided further monetary easing this year, as it retained the country’s benchmark interest rate at 3% in line with market predictions.
NAGOYA: Bank of Japan (BoJ) governor Haruhiko Kuroda said a mix of fiscal and monetary stimulus would give a bigger boost to the economy than taking fiscal and monetary steps individually, signalling that the government could play a bigger role in helping spur growth.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of Bank Negara Malaysia maintained the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) at 3% during its meeting on Tuesday.
SYDNEY: Australia kept interest rates unchanged Tuesday, betting that a rebound in property prices will increase household wealth and confidence and see consumers more willing to part with their cash.
WASHINGTON/FRANKFURT/TOKYO: Easing come. Easing go. A concentrated burst of interest rate cutting and other measures to loosen global financial conditions by the world's central bankers looks to have largely run its course