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KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Capital Research expects Malayan Cement’s core net loss to shrink in FY20E before turning profitable in FY21E onwards, mainly due to better revenue and profit margins on the back of sustainable cement price improvements.
NEW YORK: Crude futures dropped 2% to three-month lows on Monday as the death toll from China's coronavirus grew, curtailing travel and fueling expectations of slowing oil demand.
PETALING JAYA: Tobacco companies are aggressively strategising to compete in a tough market environment in the wake of thinning margins, influx of illicit cigarettes and rapid growth of the illegal vaping segment.
PETALING JAYA: Accounting for 21% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), the shadow economy, if left unchecked, has the potential to impact the country’s economic growth and increase inflationary risk, according to economists.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s stock market tumbled Monday on the prospect of economic turbulence after China banned outbound group tours to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus that’s sickened thousands of people.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors were net buyers in the local equity market last week, recording a total net inflow of RM23.48 million from Jan 20-23 compared with RM63.66 million from Jan 13-16 as markets remained fragile amid concerns over the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
HONG KONG: Companies in the Nasdaq 100 are headed into earnings season with momentum that approaches the unprecedented, their value up by more than US$1 trillion since October.
ENCOURAGING trends in emerging markets belie their volatility since the taper tantrum of 2013, when the Federal Reserve signalled it was pulling back on quantitative easing. Further turbulence is likely, despite the improving outlook for advanced economies, easing trade tensions and accommodative monetary policy.
VISDYNAMICS Holdings Bhd (code: 0120) is not showing any signs of ending its rally going by recent performances.
REVIEW: Even as Iran-US tensions subsided following the military action between the two nations earlier this month, fears over a possible outbreak of a potentially deadly virus could derail investment sentiment.