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Bursa Malaysia returns to red as global uncertainty intensifies

The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI drops below the psychological support level of 1,590 as major economies continue to experience a slowdown.

Dubai is back and a bargain, at least to stock pickers...

Hobbled by a lacklustre economy and languishing in the shadow of its Gulf Arab neighbours, the emirate’s stocks have dropped in three of the last four years.

Beyond Meat and Tilray have little more to share than a...

NEW YORK: Beyond Meat Inc’s parabolic post-IPO surge is reminding investors of another high-flier on Wall Street – Tilray Inc But a closer look...

Asian stocks hit by trade woes while dollar rises, oil struggles

Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo are down, while Singapore, Taipei, Manila and Jakarta face losses with Seoul off 0.9% as South Korea's trade stand-off with Japan drags on.

Snap’s gender-swap filter went viral – so did the stock

Snap is seeing a dramatic recovery over the past several months, thanks to popular new features updated in the app.

Iran traders ride bull market despite US sanctions

Iran's stock market is thriving, despite US sanctions that batter its economy and an uncertain future as geopolitical tensions soar in the Gulf.

Stocks mixed as investors mull trade, slowing data

Stocks open in mixed fashion as investors mull the latest headlines on trade and implications of a disappointing set of economic data.

After 1,000% returns Southeast Asia’s hottest stocks fizzled out

Escalating trade tensions between China and the US have led to worries that a global economic slowdown will reduce the demand for pulp and paper products.

Bali Utd first Southeast Asian club to list on stock market

The listing puts the team among top clubs Manchester United, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund which have also previously offered their shares.

Stock markets extend drop, oil recovers

Global stock markets are kicking off a new week with another bout of selling taking hold amid a ramp-up in trade war fears, a senior market analyst says.

Tesla in ‘code red’ as sell-off after capital raise exceeds 20%

Tesla’s shares has plunged more than 20% and fallen back behind Ford Motor Co by market capitalisation.

Uber shares decline for second day in US pre-market

The share slump reflects investor skepticism about the size of the ride-hailing market.

Stock buybacks top capex for first time since 2008, Citi says

The main criticism is that the buyback boom shows company executives eager to appease shareholders in short terms.

China’s 5G stock trade gets crowded as speculators pile in

Beijing may issue temporary 5G licenses in some cities as early as this year.

Tokyo’s top stock surges 305% in year but CFO sees it...

BrainPad surprised investors when it reported operating profit that was triple its own forecast for the second half of 2017.

Apple’s Cook collects US$12 million bonus for 2018, his most ever

Apple's Cook receives US$3 million salary and shares worth US$121 million from his 10-year stock award, linking from revenue and operating income targets, both of which rose 16% from a year earlier.

Asia stocks to climb as trade-thaw optimism grows

Futures signal gains in equity markets from Sydney to Hong Kong after all major US indexes advanced.

Deutsche Bank is well-positioned for crisis, chairman tells FAS

Deutsche Bank is closing out a rough 2018, with the stock declining 56%.

Stock markets test investor nerves in roller-coaster ride

Led by the US market's roller-coaster ride, equity trading during Christmas week has not been for the faint-hearted.

As Paris battles protests, another brawl looms on Renault board

Renault is headed into a decisive week about its leadership.

Facebook plans to repurchase US$9 billion more of its shares

Facebook shares have fallen almost 40% since the social-media giant said that it expects slower growth and narrower profit margins.

Microsoft’s market value overtakes Apple’s to close out week

The two stocks jostled for the top spot over the course of the week.

GE plunges again as analysts double down on the bear case

Once among the most respected American businesses, GE can now barely go one full week without a negative headline.

Buffett’s buying shows hunger for stocks, including his own

Buffett poured more money into stock purchases last quarter than he has in more than four years.