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Warrants over HSI a whopping 74% of turnover

Warrants Commentary (4 Jun to 8 Jun)

Warrants over the Hang Seng Index (HSI) continued to be the focus of investors as it racked up close to 74% of the total RM756.5 mil. traded last week.  The HSI futures were positive for most of the week, with a strong 1.7% start on Monday.  The volatile futures continued on its upward momentum up until Thursday, where it closed at Continue reading Warrants over HSI a whopping 74% of turnover

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Index warrants comprised 70.5% of warrants turnover

Warrants Commentary (28 May to 1 Jun)

Global markets were down following various geopolitical events,  with the Trump administration saying that it would move forward with plans for tariffs on metal imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico, at its forefront. In addition Continue reading Index warrants comprised 70.5% of warrants turnover

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HSI trumps again in uncertain markets

Warrants Commentary (21 May to 25 May)

Markets were rife with uncertainty as investors were wary of risks piling up across the globe. The optimism brought upon by a temporary truce in the trade war between the U.S. and China was overshadowed by U.S. President Donald Trump expressing pessimism on whether the summit with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un Continue reading HSI trumps again in uncertain markets

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First week after GE14 – warrants market active

Warrants Commentary (14 May to 18 May)

Warrants trading activity surged when the market reopened on Monday following a 3-day break in conjunction with the 14th General Election (GE14) on Wednesday, followed by the two special public holidays on Thursday and Friday declared by the new government after the Pakatan Harapan coalition won an unexpected but peaceful GE14. The local benchmark index FBM KLCI fell as much as 2.7% Continue reading First week after GE14 – warrants market active

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Sapura Energy and HSI warrants top the charts

Warrants Commentary (16 Apr to 20 Apr)

Warrants trading activity in Malaysia continued to improve each week on the back of increased market volatility due to the upcoming 14th general election, along with foreign factors such as recent trade and geopolitical tensions. The local benchmark index FBM KLCI rallied 0.8% to hit its all-time high at 1,895.2 points last Thursday, and thereafter fell slightly to 1,887.8 points on Friday. The index has surged more than 16% year-to-date. Continue reading Sapura Energy and HSI warrants top the charts