SE Asia Stocks

SE Asia Stocks

Crash in Indonesian stocks evoke memories of market meltdowns in SEA

A crash in Indonesian stocks is evoking memories of market meltdowns in Southeast Asia in the depth of the March swoon.

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SEA tech startups see 13% y-o-y decline in investments for 1H20

Southeast Asian technology startups raised less money this year as the coronavirus pandemic roiled markets, but the decline was less acute than some other parts of the world, according to a new rep

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Southeast Asian outlook: Rising cyclical risks, expanding structural upside

The global economy is being pulled and pushed in different directions.

SE Asia Stocks

Southeast Asian outlook: Rising cyclical risks, expanding structural upside

The global economy is being pulled and pushed in different directions.

SE Asia Stocks

Singapore set for biggest monthly loss in over 3 years; Indonesia rises

(May 31): Singapore stocks fell on Friday, and is set for its biggest monthly loss in more than three years, symbolising a tough month for most equity markets in the region as US-China trade tensio

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Upbeat forecasts for Asean stocks signal foreigners may return

(Dec 17): With an improving global macroeconomic backdrop and relatively cheap valuations after a torrid 2018, the omens are looking better for Southeast Asian stocks next year.

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Bring on the pain: Strategists say go defensive in Asean stocks

(Oct 16): With a little less than a quarter left of a year that’s already witnessed a trade war between the world’s two largest economies, higher oil prices and a still ongoing emerging-markets rou

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Federal International (2000) secures $80 mil in new orders

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Federal International (2000) says it secured five contracts amounting to a total of US$58.4 million ($80 million), the largest being a US$51.3 million five-year charter hire cont

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Investors bet on Vietnam even as valuations top Southeast Asia

(Dec 27): Vietnam stocks are pricier than their Southeast Asian peers for the first time in two years -- and they are about to become more expensive.

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