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JAKARTA: A crisis of confidence is brewing in Indonesia’s mutual-fund industry after some asset managers created products that invested in tiny, illiquid stocks, which have plunged in value.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian companies seeking to list in Hong Kong may be better off staying at home as investors in the financial hub continue to avoid small-cap stocks.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin approved a new government on Tuesday which he described as a break with the past, bringing in some fresh faces but retaining many senior ministers.
PETALING JAYA: Glove makers rallied as investors chased the stocks on expectations of a surge in demand following a new virus outbreak in Wuhan, China which is a strain of coronavirus.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose and a gauge of global equity markets hit a new high on Tuesday as investors awaited a China-U.S. trade deal they hope will spur world growth after the economy in 2019 saw its weakest year since the financial crisis.
INSTEAD of a show trial in Tokyo, we got the Ghosn show in Beirut. Neither offered the chance of a satisfactory outcome.One of the most hotly anticipated press conferences in corporate history did not disappoint. Carlos Ghosn has lost none of his vim following his arrest, imprisonment and flight from Japan.
PETALING JAYA: The share prices of plantation counters have caught up with the rising crude palm oil (CPO) prices and the next catalyst will be come from planters’ corporate earnings announcement, says UOB Kay Hian Research (UOBKH).
KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga Investment Bank Research keeps its underweight call on healthcare, building materials and neutral on ports & logistics, aviation, Malaysian REITS, plastics and packaging and media.
PETALING JAYA: The plantation sector is off to a good start in 2020 as crude palm oil (CPO) continues to extend its rally from 2019 to trade above RM3,100 per tonne on strong fundamentals.
PETALING JAYA: The price of crude oil, which had risen more than 25% last year, could see a more subdued year in 2020 as the oversupply of oil in the market is unavoidable. This is despite the recent jump in crude oil prices after a top Iranian general was killed in a US airstrike at Baghdad’s airport.