FBM KLCI up after starting lower amid China-US trade war thaw hopes
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 18): The FBM KLCI rose after opening lower today as global investors took cue from a a report by The Wall Street Journal that US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discussed lifting some or all tariffs imposed on Chinese imports.
Such sentiment led to anticipation of a thaw in the China-US trade war. At Bursa Malaysia, the KLCI opened 0.67 point lower at 1,682.30 at 9am. At 9:05am, the KLCI rose 0.21 point to 1,683.18.
Two highly-developed free market economies in which fintech flourishes, albeit via different approaches One of the more recently developed fintech connections between Australia and Singapore is the partnership between Credit Card Compare, Australia’s largest credit card comparison website, and Singapore’s first rewards-based financial comparison marketplace, Finty. The Australian company acquired Finty in mid-2018, viewing Singapore […]
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