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SINGTEL has again emerged as OCBC Investment Research's top pick among telcos, the investment unit said in a note on Thursday. ...

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks edged up slightly in the first few minutes of trade on Thursday, extending a winning streak into a sixth day, after breaking the 30,000 mark for the first time in a...

[BENGALURU] Australian shares fell slightly on Thursday on broad-based selling, though gains in materials stocks from higher commodity prices capped some of the losses.

[SYDNEY] Asian shares edged ahead on Thursday as speculation the Federal Reserve might not tighten US policy as aggressively as first thought slugged the dollar and boosted bonds globally.

MALAYSIA share prices opened higher on Thurday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 0.92 points to 1,724.46 as at 9.04am.

SINGAPORE stocks opened flat on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index adding 0.19 per cent or 6.64 points to 3,430.02 as at 9am.

THE following stocks made announcements that may affect their trading on Thursday when the market opens.

[SYDNEY] - The US dollar tumbled after minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting highlighted how some officials expect inflation to remain low, a dovish tilt that showed divisions over the...

[MILAN] European shares slipped after two days of gains on Wednesday, led by the DAX, which was hit by a bounce in the euro as well as deadlock in attempts to form a new German government.

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks treaded water on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq edging to a fresh record, as Federal Reserve meeting minutes showed a majority of central bankers favored soon lifting...