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KUALA LUMPUR: A strong palm oil output recovery is expected in the second half of this year (H2) from good rainfall, the normalisation of fertiliser application and support from better prices.
LONDON: The historic Brexit trade accord may have sparked a relief rally, but investors are pouring cold water on the notion that it’s the beginning of a bullish era for U.K. markets.
NEW YORK: As holiday shopping season wraps up, United States equity investors are gauging whether long-languishing shares of brick-and-mortar retailers can sustain their recent rebound in anticipation of a full economic reopening in 2021.
LONDON (Reuters) - Some of Europe's tech companies are preparing to speed up listing plans early next year to grab some of the billions of dollars of investor cash that has already fuelled a record-breaking run of tech IPOs in the United States this year.
Counters tied to economic performance are back in favour as rebound picks up pace
Ban on Chinese companies will harm investors’ interests
BENGALURU (Reuters) - European shares jumped to an eight month high on Monday after drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech flagged strong progress in their COVID-19 vaccine, while Joe Biden's presidential victory raised hopes of a more stable US trade policy.
KUALA LUMPUR: The King, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah’s decision not to declare an emergency is a major relief to the market as such a declaration would shake the confidence of consumers, businesses and investors in the country.
PETALING JAYA: Like other sectors facing the brunt of the ravaging Covid-19, the consumer products sector is also one that has been impacted. Analysts expect to see recovery in the sector by next year with the Covid-19 vaccine hitting the market.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10 (Bernama): With less than a month before the much-awaited Budget 2021 tabling, the market is expected to be quiet next week as investors, especially retail participants, await future catalysts.