M’sia exposed to downside risks despite rebound in GDP- economist

20/5/2022 9:10:00 AM

China’s economic slowdown will have an impact.

M’sia exposed to downside risks despite rebound in GDP- economist

China’s economic slowdown will have an impact.

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Japan first-quarter GDP shrank as Omicron wave hit | Malay MailTOKYO, May 18 ― Japan's economy shrank 0.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2022, official data showed today, hit by Covid-19 restrictions forced by an Omicron surge and the effect of higher prices. The quarter-on-quarter figure for the January-March period was slightly better than the market...

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India’s Go First plans IPO in July as air travel rebounds(May 19): Go First, India’s No. 2 airline, is planning to raise 36 billion rupees (US$464 million) through an initial public offering in July, as air travel recovers from the pandemic, according to a person familiar with the matter.Go First’s share sale comes as air travel is rebounding in the South Asian nation driven by pent-up demand as people emerge from one of the world’s worst coronavirus outbreaks. India, the world’s fastest-growing major aviation market before the pandemic, expects local traffic to

Ringgit rebounds against US dollar at openingKUALA LUMPUR (May 20): The ringgit rebounded to open slightly higher against the US dollar on Friday (May 20) on renewed buying interest amid slightly easing demand for the greenback due to softer US Treasury yields, said an analyst.At 9.02 am, the local note stood at 4.3940/3980 versus the greenback from Thursday's close of 4.4030/4060.