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NEW YORK: Stocks surged globally on Friday in their best day in five months as strong U.S. corporate earnings reports fueled optimism about the economy, though three-year-high oil prices kept inflation risks alive and lifted government bond yields.
WHILE crude palm oil (CPO) prices hit a record high on Wednesday, with three-month futures prices closing at RM5,015 per tonne, market analysts still expect CPO prices and plantation earnings to decline in 2022.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia closed higher on Friday in range-bound trading, supported by buying in selected heavyweight stocks.
HONG KONG: Asian shares edged up on Friday, building on Wall Street's positive lead after a set of strong U.S. corporate earnings, although worries about the Chinese economy capped gains.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia climbed higher at midday on Friday, riding on the coat tails of the firmer Asian markets and the overnight gains on Wall Street.
HONG KONG: Asian shares advanced on Friday, warmed by the embers of a strong day on Wall Street which also supported risk-friendly currencies and hurt the safe-haven yen, though worries about the Chinese economy capped gains.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened easier against the US dollar today after recording gains in the last four straight sessions.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia was broadly higher in early Friday trade as market sentiment was boosted by overnight rally on Wall Street but the FBM KLCI faces significant resistance to bounce past the key 1,600 level.
The United States has overtaken China as the biggest miner of bitcoin following Beijing's crackdown on the method used to unearth the world’s major cryptocurrency, a study showed on Oct 13.