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WITH Wall Street closed on Monday for President's Day and with traders waiting to hear details of the Singapore government's Budget 2017, the fine-tuned machine that is the local stock...
MALAYSIA share prices closed higher on Monday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 4.900 points to 1712.580.
[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks advanced Monday, with investors heartened by a positive lead from Wall Street.
[LONDON] Europe's main stock markets rose solidly at the open Monday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index up 0.4 pe rcent to 7,326.70 points...
[LONDON] Shares in Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever dropped eight per cent on Monday after US rival Kraft Heinz Co abruptly ditched its surprise US$143 billion merger proposal.
[SEOUL] The South Korean won ended weaker on Monday in subdued trading as risk-off sentiment lingered in the market.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares ended lower on Monday, dragged down by basic materials and consumer stocks, with Brambles plummeting after it forecast a flat full-year underlying profit.
[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks overcame early losses to end modestly higher on Monday as the yen's strength lost steam...
[SEOUL] The South Korean won and stocks dipped on Monday, following other Asian markets, as investors eyed political uncertainties in the European Union.
[TAIPEI] Taiwan stocks were largely unchanged in cautious trade on Monday ahead of exports-related data even as the index continued to test the key 9,800 level.