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BENGALURU: Overseas investors were net buyers of Asian bonds for a fifth successive month in September as hopes grew that the United States and China would agree a trade deal soon after officials deemed their talks so far “productive”.
KUALA LUMPUR: Offshore investors reduced their selling pressure on Bursa Malaysia in the week ended Oct 11 at -RM276.6m net of local equities compared with -RM770.8m net in the week before, MIDF Research said.
BEIJING: China’s hidden capital flight surged to a record high in the first half of this year, suggesting that residents wanting to move money abroad are using unrecorded transactions to evade tight capital controls.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s central bank saw a need to preserve monetary policy space to address possible future risks, when it kept its benchmark rate on hold last month, meeting minutes showed
BANGKOK: Thailand’s economic growth rate could slow to 2.9% this year and be 3% in 2020, reflecting external and domestic headwinds, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors bought net RM900mil worth of Malaysian bonds in September, reversing from the net selling of RM90mil in August, according to UOB Global Economics and Markets Research.
Analyst says history shows ‘quite convincingly’ that fourth-quarter returns tend to be positive.
BENGALURU: The Chinese yuan will slip by year-end to deeper lows last hit against the U.S. dollar during the 2008 global financial crisis as the authorities nudge the partly managed currency down while the U.S.-China trade war rumbles on, a Reuters poll showed.
PETALING JAYA: The FBM KLCI fell to one of its lowest levels in four years yesterday, shedding some 331.06 points or 17.4% from its April 2018 high of 1,895.18.
LONDON: Veteran investor Martin Gilbert will leave Standard Life Aberdeen next year, ending a career spanning more than three decades at the helm of one of Britain’s most successful asset managers.