[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks opened marginally lower Thursday on lingering worries about a China-US deal to avert a trade war and uncertainty over Donald Trump's planned meeting with North...

MALAYSIA share prices opened higher on Thursday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 5.65 points to 1,809.90 at 9.01am.

SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index gaining 14.19 points, or 0.4 per cent to 3,510.46 as at 9.01am. 

[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks opened lower on Thursday as the yen edged up against the dollar on higher oil prices, with lingering concerns about the potential delay of a US-North Korea summit.

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Thursday:

[MILAN] European shares pulled back on Wednesday as US-China trade talks stalled and a drop in crude prices slammed the brakes on a stellar run in energy stocks, while uncertainty in Italian politics...

[NEW YORK] Wall Street swung to positive finish on Wednesday, with stocks boosted by Federal Reserve minutes which said the central bank may be willing to let inflation run slightly higher.


THE Singapore bourse was awash in red on Wednesday, with markets jittery ahead of the United States Federal Reserve's meeting minutes release...

LOOKING ahead, we are projecting stable distribution per unit growth, weighted by market capitalisation, of 1.9 per cent for the current financial year and 1.6 per cent for the next financial year.