FBM KLCI flat after falling with China stocks as US yield concerns remain
KUALA LUMPUR (April 26): The FBM KLCI closed 0.34 point higher on bargain hunting after tumbling with China shares. Reuters reported that China stocks tumbled on Thursday as investors were spooked by a US probe of Huawei, triggering a sell-off in tech firms as trade tensions between Beijing and Washington simmered just below the surface.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said on Friday that he sold some of his shares in Herbalife as the nutrition and weight loss company bought back some of its own shares because the position had become too within Icahn's portfolio.
Speaking on the second day of TNW’s 2018 conference, Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun lived up to her title of provocateur by proposing a radical idea: higher education should be free for all, and the fact that it isn’t is having a negative impact on culture as a whole by stifling innovation and diversity. When speaking about potential solutions to this problem, Dr. Ben Hayoun said: How can we support a new diversity? How can we have better gender representation on a leadership level? I’ve been told we need to start diversifying education with K-12. Young kids, for sure. But you… This story continues at The Next Web