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Saturday, October 19, 2019

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JPMorgan taps Germany’s growing appetite for investment advice

Many of JPMorgan’s German clients are investing more internationally.

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.

Goldman says Asia’s trade slump is showing signs of bottoming

Chinese and American trade negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week for the first round of meetings between both sides since talks broke down in May.

Investors trading to prep for the ‘Big One’ should’ve stayed still

Defensive areas of the market may not fall as much when the going gets tough, but they’ll be behind when everything’s said and done.

Asian markets slip as uncertainty stalks trading floors

The losses in Asia followed a negative lead from Wall Street, where big-name firms sank on weak corporate reports.

Asian stocks hit by trade woes

Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo were all well down in the morning, while there were also losses in Singapore and Taipei.

Bitcoin drops more than 10% as scrutiny of cryptocurrencies grows

Bitcoin fell 11.1% to US$9,855 on Friday, its lowest since July 2.

Bitcoin tumbles as cryptocurrency’s 2019 surge starts to waver

The price of the largest cryptocurrency fell 11% since Friday.

Bitcoin slides 12%, ending recent surge

This slide ends Bitcoin’s recent surge since April.

Bitcoin tops US$12,000 for first time since January 2018

The largest cryptocurrency surged about 8%, surpassing the US$12,000 level for the first time in almost a year and a half.

Asian markets rise with focus on Fed policy meeting

There is increasing talk that the US Federal Reserve will cut borrowing costs for the first time in more than a decade.

Dollar hits two-week high as traders eye Fed meeting

Expectations of a rate cut at the Fed's June 18-19 meeting have fallen to a probability of around 20%.

Japan’s sinking bond yields may spur record outflows

Japan’s 30-year yields slid to as low as 0.305% in Tokyo trading Thursday, down from almost 1% in October.

Asia shares up on policy easing hopes, yuan slips on PBOC...

Investors are now focused on the US employment report later in the day for further cues about the health of the world's largest economy.

Bursa opens lower on global trade concerns

At 9.40am, the key FBM KLCI eased 3.08 points to 1,652.23 from 1,655.31 at 5 pm yesterday.

Asia stocks wobble as trade fears overshadow Huawei reprieve

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan initially edged up following gains on Wall Street but was last down 0.15%.

Stocks mixed as trade war simmers

Markets remain fragile after the escalation in the trade war between the US and China.

Bitcoin tumbles as stellar run for digital tokens loses footing

The downdraft comes after the world’s largest digital currency more than doubled in 2019.

Ringgit to be volatile against US dollar next week

Global investors cautious as US steps up trade war with China.

Electronics Arts jumps after Apex Legends helps fuel results

It’s a sign Electronic Arts can go toe to toe with Epic Games’ Fortnite, an early battle-royale hit that has become a cultural phenomenon.

We’ve turned the corner, says Dr M

The prime minister says the PH government is looking forward to pursuing its plans instead of only cleaning up after the 1MDB 'mess'.

Bitcoin soars past US$5,000, mystery buyer seen as catalyst

Cryptocurrency markets have been relatively calm so far this year, with bitcoin trading until today between around US$3,300 and US$4,200.

Singapore metes out 1st jail sentence in penny stock case

Goh Hin Calm was sentenced to 36 months imprisonment after pleading guilty to two of six charges under the Securities and Futures Act.

Hedge funds use unknown data guru to make millions on Nintendo

Hedge funds turn to the tiny research firm, Media Create, in Tokyo when it comes to trading Nintendo shares.