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KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is likely to trade relatively stable against the US dollar next week at a range level of between 4.25 and 4.45, said FXTM’s market analyst Han Tan
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Tuesday to mark a third straight day of gains, as traders expected a slower than forecast pace of growth in monthly output and awaited cues from the country's national budget announcement for next year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will likely present an expanded budget this Friday to temper a weak economic outlook, as it grapples with global recession fears, the protracted US-China trade war and a large debt pile left behind by its predecessors.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips managed to eke out slight gains on Monday on some local fund support for key stocks like Tenaga Nasional and Public Bank while semiconductor stocks were in the limelight.
TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices climbed on Wednesday, with the benchmark 10-year yield touching a level just shy of an all-time low hit in 2016 after U.S. Treasury yields dropped overnight as poor economic data stoked global recession fears.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips eked out slight gains early Wednesday after the selloff the previous day but investors would remain cautious due to the continuous attrition with the market moving one step forward and retreating two steps.
BENGALURU: Most Asian currencies held steady on Monday as global recession fears were soothed by stimulus hopes, while the Malaysian ringgit extended gains after ratings agency Fitch raised the country's growth forecast on the back of strong economic data.
Gains by Chinese equities and the yuan's stronger-than-expected daily fixing helped lift a broad gauge of Asian shares above water on Monday, but firm gold prices underscored investor worries over risks from a prolonged Sino-U.S. trade war.
SHANGHAI: Asian shares fell on Monday morning, while gold prices held firm as investors worried a prolonged Sino-U.S. trade war could tip the world and U.S. economies into recession.