Asian Currencies Head for Biggest Monthly Gain Since 2013 on Fed
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Asian currencies gained in April by the most since September 2013, led by Malaysia's ringgit and the Singapore dollar, on speculation the Federal Reserve will delay raising U.S. interest rates. … “There's been some equity inflows as a result of the …

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Eurozone government bonds see first monthly drop since 2013
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The Eurozone Sovereign Bond Index slide was reinforced this week as investors cast doubt on the sustainability of low or negative yields in the region. — Reuters picLONDON, May 2 — After 15 straight months of gains, investors in euro-area sovereign …

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Salleh bursts myth of 2013 opposition 'victory'
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“The opposition is creating this illusion that it has majority support and that the majority of Malaysians want the Prime Minister to resign. A few thousand Malaysians, even the 10,000 Malaysians who rallied on 1st May 2015, do not represent 18.5 …

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Ringgit sees biggest two-day gain since 2013 on Fed rate stance
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One-month implied volatility, a measure of exchange-rate swings used to price options, halted a two-day gain and dropped 13 basis points to 10.2 percent. Malaysia may be vulnerable to fund outflows when U.S. rates rise as … The ringgit is still Asia …

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Ringgit in biggest 2-day gain since 2013
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One-month implied volatility, a measure of exchange-rate swings used to price options, halted a two-day gain and dropped 13 basis points to 10.2 per cent. Malaysia may be vulnerable to fund outflows when US rates rise as … The ringgit is still Asia's …

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Malaysia's external debt only rose 7pc from 2013 to 2014 ― Yin Shao Loong
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The increase in the 2014 debt figure is due to a redefinition of debt by the Ministry of Finance and Bank Negara in January 2014. MOF and BNM basically decided to adopt reporting conventions that the IMF, World Bank, UN and others have recommended for …

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Straits Times' latest e-book, ST100, looks ahead at 2014 while capturing 2013 …
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The Straits Times on Thursday launched its latest e-book, ST100, which highlights the most significant news events and trends of 2013 and looks at what 2014 has in store. The all-you-need-to-know-about-2013 multimedia package is downloadable for free …

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RInggit rises most since September 2013 on oil rally
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One-month implied volatility in the ringgit dropped 25 basis points to 9.94 per cent, adding to Tuesday's 60 basis-point slide, according to Bloomberg-compiled data. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 4 — Malaysia's ringgit gained the most since …

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Malaysian bonds show biggest gains since 2013 oil crisis
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The ringgit was steady today and gained 0.1 per cent for the week to 3.5587 a dollar in Kuala Lumpur, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The currency fell to 3.6045 on January 14, the lowest level since April 2009. The US currency may face selling …

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Malaysia's Bonds Set for Best Weekly Gain Since 2013 on Oil Risk
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“The news that Najib will be addressing the concerns has given some comfort to the market,” said Wong Chee Seng, a foreign-exchange strategist at AmBank Group in Kuala Lumpur. “Local debt is also looking attractive, … 4. Similar-maturity U.S. debt …

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SE Asia Stocks: Malaysia posts best week since May 2013
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Domestic institutions bought shares worth a net 80.6 million ringgit ($23.10 million) while foreign and local investors were net sellers, stock exchange data showed. Thai SET index edged up 0.4 percent, trimming losses on the week to 0.3 percent, its …

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SE Asia Stocks -Most higher; Malaysia posts best gain since May 2013
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For Asian Companies click; For South East Asia Hot Stock reports, click; SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS Change on day Market Current Prev Close Pct Move Singapore 3330.96 3279.53 +1.57 Kuala Lumpur 1744.05 1715.99 +1.64 Bangkok 1536.83 …

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