Shock Malaysia election win for Mahathir poses low risks for Singapore banks, says RHB
SINGAPORE (May 17): RHB Research has brushed aside fears that the shock victory at the Malaysian elections by an opposition coalition led by Mahathir Mohamad, could pose a risk to Singapore banks.
“Some investors see the recent 14th General Election (GE14) in Malaysia contributing to more market volatility, although the equity market has been relatively stable after the elections,” says analyst Leng Seng Choon in a report on Wednesday. “We believe the risks to Singapore banks are low.”
DC Universe’s digital subscription and streaming service has just appeared on Google Play, ahead of its planned fall 2018 release. Announced in late June, the service includes a streaming library of original programming like a live action version of “Teen Titans” and several other shows; plus a selection of DC animated movies, classic TV series […]
(Reuters) — Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO on Monday filed for a $1.8 billion initial public offering of its American depositary shares, the biggest U.S. listing by a Chinese automaker. The company, backed by Chinese tech heavyweight Tencent, applied for a float of up to $1.8 billion, according to its filing with the Securities and […]