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WITH global economy looking certain to enter into recession, perhaps as early as the second quarter (Q2) of this year, investors are left wondering where to put their money to generate income as practically all asset classes are going through a risk-off cycle.
PANIC, uncertainty, and fear spread across the world, collapsing markets and emptying shelves, especially toilet paper.
LAST week, an unexpected event unfolded following Cycle & Carriage Bintang’s (CCB) failure to obtain the necessary approval from uninterested shareholders for its proposed selective capital repayment (SCR) exercise.
MUMBAI: Indian mutual funds are carving out their investments in troubled Vodafone Idea Ltd’s debt into separate portfolios.
SINGAPORE Trading platform iSTOX said it received approvals from Singapore’s regulator that will allow it to expand its activities.
JAKARTA: A crisis of confidence is brewing in Indonesia’s mutual-fund industry after some asset managers created products that invested in tiny, illiquid stocks, which have plunged in value.
Investors keep flocking to private equity in Asia even though returns are declining. They should take heed - payouts are likely to get worse from here, rather than better.
INVESTORS keep flocking to private equity in Asia even though returns are declining. They should take heed: Payouts are likely to get worse from here, rather than better.
EXCHANGE-TRADED funds (ETFs) are one of the fastest-growing asset classes in the world, yet their growth in Malaysia has been extremely poor.
In just 12 days, Occidental Petroleum Corp pulled off one of the biggest hedges against falling oil prices ever placed by a US energy company. It characterised the transaction as “costless” but a Reuters review of regulatory filings, market data and interviews shows that’s not the whole story.