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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

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Too many unknowns leave China traders with no clue on stocks

How to put a price on a full-blown trade war emerges as the key challenge for China’s stock investors.

Big US hedge funds regain ardor for FAANGs in first quarter

NEW YORK: Some of the biggest, highest-profile US hedge fund investors and money managers fell back in love with FAANGs in the first quarter,...

Lean hog futures up as swine disease fuels US pork export...

China's sow herd is being closely watched by the global livestock market due to swine flue outbreak, fueling demand for US hog.

Bursa opens lower in line with Wall Street

At 9.10am, the key FBM KLCI lost 15.88 points to 1,639.78 from Wednesday's close of 1,655.66.

Breather in Philippine stock exodus doesn’t mean worst is over

The Philippine Stock Exchange Index has become one of the world’s worst-performing equity indexes this year.

‘Shock not over’ as Asian stocks extend slide

This week, traders are expected to focus on a raft of economic data and dozens of company results.

Bursa rebounds despite weak external momentum

Weak buying momentum and overhanging fears over rising US interest rates, the slowing global economy and rich market valuations should restrict any upside potential.

US stock futures gain after worst two-day drop since Feb

The 14-day relative strength index on the S&P 500 dipped below 30 this week, a level frequently seen as oversold.

Bursa opens higher on renewed buying interest

On the scoreboard, gainers led losers by 146 to 94, with 160 unchanged, 1,473 untraded and 17 suspended.

Asian stocks point to mixed start; US Treasuries rise

Asian investors are assessing increasingly attractive valuations against a backdrop of deepening US-China tensions and a surge in volatility for stock and bond markets.

Asian markets cautious amid US-China tensions

Adding to economic uncertainty Tuesday morning was a bearish report from the International Monetary Fund, which lowered its forecast for Chinese economic growth in 2019.

Bursa marginally lower in line with lacklustre regional markets

At 9.16am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI eased 2.63 points to 1,773.12 from 1,775.75 on Monday, after opening 2.72 points weaker at 1,773.03.

Asian stocks to slip; Yuan dips, PBOC eases policy

There’s also been a souring of sentiment on technology shares amid an escalating face-off between the world’s two-largest economies.

Stocks in Asia fall, US Treasury yields extend surge

Elsewhere, West Texas Intermediate crude oil retreated some after touching the highest level since 2014 this week.

Hang Seng suffer fresh sharp losses

Hong Kong stocks fell 1.68%, or 456.25 points, to 26,635.01 by the break.

Mild buying lifts Bursa at opening

A dealer says the US stock market was higher at yesterday's close on signs of enduring strength in the economy at the end of the third quarter.

Mild buying lifts Bursa at opening

On the scoreboard, gainers led losers by 127 to 33, with 152 unchanged, 1,548 untraded and 17 suspended.

Nikkei opens up after passing 27-year high

A weak yen is positive for Japanese exporters as it inflates profits earned overseas when they are repatriated.

SEC spots way to starve most suspicious penny stocks

The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering whether to forbid market makers from providing price quotes to retail investors for OTC companies that haven’t released financial reports for an extended period of time.

Bursa opens higher despite mixed regional bourses

KUALA LUMPUR: Share prices on Bursa Malaysia were slightly higher at Monday's opening, despite the mixed performance seen in regional markets following the slowdown...

Bursa opens lower amid mixed regional performance

Asian shares open mixed despite the rebound on Wall Street, lifted by gains in technology stocks and after the Federal Reserve’s statement signalled a healthy US economy.

Bursa opens lower as Wall Street’s fall dominate sentiment

However, on the broader market, gainers led losers 119 to 73, with 170 unchanged, 1,542 untraded and 98 others suspended.

S&P 500 dips as chip stocks and utilities tumble

NEW YORK: The S&P 500 fell on Tuesday as chipmakers were dented by ratings downgrades and utilities declined ahead of an expected Federal Reserve...

Bursa opens lower amid overnight fall on Wall Street

The equities market is expected to come under further pressure today after the US and China hit each other with their biggest round of tariffs.

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