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ONE of the biggest phenomena we have observed not only in Malaysia but perhaps the world over is the level of participation by retail investors in the market during the Covid-19 pandemic and very well into the current recovery phase.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets retreated Friday (April 9) as traders took their foot off the pedal ahead of a much-anticipated earnings season, while an increasingly confident mood on trading floors has analysts predicting the global equities rally still has legs.
NEW YORK:Online brokerage Robinhood said on Thursday that 9.5 million users traded cryptocurrency on its platform during the first quarter of 2021, a near six-fold rise from the previous quarter.
(Reuters) -Online brokerage Robinhood said on Thursday that 9.5 million users traded cryptocurrency on its platform during the first quarter of 2021, a near six-fold rise from the previous quarter.
SYDNEY: Asian shares pulled back from a three-week high on Wednesday, dragged lower by Chinese stocks, though investors were still focused on upcoming company earnings for more signs of a global economic recovery.
Emerging Markets: Philippine's inflation eases for the first time in 6-months in March; Asia's currencies higher as US yields retreat
Asia's emerging currencies found some respite on Tuesday as the dollar fell to near two-week low and US bond yields retreated, with South Korea's won and Malaysia's ringgit leading gains in the region.
TOKYO: Hedge funds are the most bearish on the yen in more than two years as expectations for the world’s post-pandemic recovery mount.
Emerging Markets: Indonesian 10-year bond yields at 4-week low; Indian shares slump on record Covid-19 spike
Indian shares dived more than 2% on Monday after the country imposed fresh restrictions as coronavirus cases touched a record high, while a firmer dollar dragged down Asia's emerging currencies lower in holiday-thinned trade.
NEW YORK: The dollar and the yield on the benchmark Treasury note edged higher in light trading on Friday after data showing a surge in the hiring of Americans in March pointed to a U.S. economic recovery that is poised to be the strongest in decades