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KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Sector Housing Financing Board (LPPSA) has issued RM50 billion worth of sukuk as part of its Islamic commercial papers (ICP) and Islamic medium term notes (IMTN) programme.
SINGAPORE, Oct 19 (Reuters): Oil prices fell on Monday after China's third-quarter economic growth rose came in weaker than expected, underscoring concerns that surging coronavirus cases globally are impacting demand in the world's largest oil importer.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices fell on Monday after China's third-quarter economic growth rose came in weaker than expected, underscoring concerns that surging coronavirus cases globally are impacting demand in the world's largest oil importer.
PETALING JAYA: Unlike most other investments which have been impacted by the tough economic conditions, sustainable bond investment seems to be going against the tide.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's economy rebounded in the third quarter from the doldrums of the circuit breaker period in the earlier three months on the back of its manufacturing sector.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's central bank has sold more of its local currency so far this year than it did in any full year since the global financial crisis, in a bid to stop the unit strengthening and breaking its peg with the greenback.
KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil purchases by India, the biggest importer from Malaysia, are likely to climb in October from a three-month low as Deepavali, the Hindu festival of lights, drives up demand for the world’s most-consumed vegetable oil.
JAKARTA, Oct 6 (Reuters): Indonesia led gains among emerging markets in Asia on Tuesday after parliament moved quick to pass a contentious jobs bill that could cut onerous regulations and boost investment for its coronavirus-hit economy.
SINGAPORE: Some of the world's biggest banks in commodity trade financing are creating a digital trade finance registry in Singapore to try and mitigate the risk of trade fraud and boost transparency after losing billions of dollars due to a spate of defaults.
SINGAPORE, Oct 5 (Reuters): Oil prices rose more than 2% on Monday, lifted by comments from doctors for US President Donald Trump suggesting he could be discharged from hospital as soon as Monday, just a few days after his positive coronavirus test sparked widespread alarm.