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Reopening U.S. economy fuels inflation, labor market recovery
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Lucia Mutikani | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
May's inflation drivers appear to be temporary, fitting in with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's repeated assertion that higher inflation will be transitory. "Areas not impacted by the pandemic are moderating the CPI rise. In another report on Thursday, the Labor Department said initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 9,000 a seasonally adjusted 376,000 for the week ended June 5. Though layoffs are subsiding, claims remain well above the 200,000 to 250,000 range that is viewed as consistent with a healthy labor market. At least 15.3 million people were on unemployment benefits under all programs during the week ended May 22.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Chris Low, Britni Mann, Chris Aluka Berry Read, Charlie Ripley Organizations: COVID, Federal, FHN, Reuters, CPI, REUTERS, Fed, Allianz Investment Management, Treasury, Employers, Labor Department, Thomson Locations: New York, Roswell , Georgia, U.S, California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas
May's inflation drivers appear to be temporary, fitting in with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's repeated assertion that higher inflation will be transitory. Food prices rose 0.4%, but gasoline declined for a second straight month. In another report on Thursday, the Labor Department said initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 9,000 to a seasonally adjusted 376,000 for the week ended June 5. Though layoffs are subsiding, claims remain well above the 200,000 to 250,000 range that is viewed as consistent with a healthy labor market. At least 15.3 million people were on unemployment benefits under all programs during the week ended May 22.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Chris Low, Britni Mann, Chris Aluka Berry Read, , Charlie Ripley, Isfar Munir Organizations: Labor Department, COVID, Federal, FHN, Reuters, CPI, REUTERS, Fed, Allianz Investment Management, Treasury, Employers, Citigroup, Thomson Locations: New York, Roswell , Georgia, U.S, California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, rehiring
Dollar near 3-month low, weighed by prospects of dovish Fed
  + stars: | 2021-05-24 | by ( Hideyuki Sano | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The dollar stood near its lowest level in three months against a resurgent euro, struggling for traction as investors pared earlier bets the U.S. Federal Reserve may soon be ready to taper its stimulus. The dollar index, measuring the greenback against a basket of six currencies, was hovering at 90.027 , a tad above a three-month low of 89.646 set on Friday. Minutes from the Fed's April policy meeting released last week showed a sizable minority of policymakers wanted to discuss tapering bond purchase. The euro traded at $1.2179 , off a three-month high of $1.2245 touched on Wednesday. Cryptocurrencies have tumbled after Elon Musk's Tesla (TSLA.O) said it will stop accepting bitcoin and after China tightened clampdown on them.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Shinichiro Kadota, Christine Lagarde, bitcoin, Elon Musk's Tesla Organizations: U.S . Federal, Barclays, U.S . Commodity Futures Trading Commission, European Central Bank, British, Thomson Locations: U.S, coronavirus, China
Dollar near 3-month low, weighed by Fed's dovish tilt
  + stars: | 2021-05-24 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The dollar index, measuring the greenback against a basket of six currencies, was hovering at 90.045, a tad above a three-month low of 89.646 set on Friday. And the economic outlook hinges on fiscal policy, which is still uncertain," said Shinichiro Kadota, senior currency strategist at Barclays. The euro traded at $1.2179, flat so far on Monday and off a three-month high of $1.2245 touched on Wednesday. In fact, speculators have been increasing bets against the dollar, preferring other currencies including the euro, in recent weeks. Cryptocurrencies have tumbled after Elon Musk's Tesla said it will stop accepting bitcoin and after China further clampdown on them.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Shinichiro Kadota, Christine Lagarde, Arachi, bitcoin, Elon Musk's Tesla Organizations: Reserve, Barclays, PCE, European Central Bank, Rakuten Securities, U.S . Commodity Futures Trading Commission, British Locations: coronavirus, U.S, Europe, China
Beware the Fed's asset price 'monsters'
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( Charles Riley | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. The gentlest of warnings from the central bank helped send stocks to a third straight day of losses. The CNN Business Fear & Greed Index is now solidly in the "fear" zone, a major shift from a month ago when greed dominated. According to Juckes, the US central bank is treading carefully out of fear. "The Fed is terrified of the asset price monsters that its policies have given birth to," he said.
Persons: Kit Juckes, aren't, Juckes, What's, Louis, James Bullard, Jerome Powell's, Bullard, bitcoin Bitcoin, Bitcoin, you've, It's, Tesla, Elon Musk, theCEO, Elon Musk's, William Quigley, Parija Kavilanz, Walmart WMT, KSS Ralph Lauren Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, Fed, Societe Generale, Federal, Bank of Canada, Reserve Bank of Australia, Louis Fed, Institutional, JPMorgan Chase, IRI, Walmart, Disease Control, Prevention Locations: China's, China, cryptocurrencies, bitcoin
Lumber futures and spot prices fell for the fifth straight day on Friday. Spot lumber prices are still up roughly 78% since the start of 2021. Lumber futures fell for the fifth straight day on Friday in the longest losing streak for the commodity in 2021. Lumber spot prices are up roughly 78% since the start of 2021 and more than 350% in the past year. Lumber futures reached a record high of $1,670.50 per thousand board feet last Friday while lumber spot prices traded as high as $1,686 per thousand board feet.
Persons: Fraser, Read, renovators, Jerome Powell's Organizations: Bell, Guardian, Fraser Timber, Weyerhaeuser, National Association of Home Builders, Consumer
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he was surprised some market participants were caught off guard by the latest reading from the Consumer Price Index, which came in hotter than expected for the month of April. "Other than the highest-growth stocks … most stocks have been anticipating this," Cramer said on "Squawk Box." He said he continues to share Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's view on inflation, viewing the current price pressures as transitory rather the beginning of sustained, problematic increases. "I'm in Jay's camp for a little bit more," Cramer said, while stressing that investors still need to position their portfolios to benefit from the current economic landscape.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, Jerome Powell's Organizations: Consumer
Banks and stock exchanges overseas have been hit by damaging cyberattacks in recent years. They are some of the hardest targets out there -- outside of the government itself," said Paul Prudhomme, a cyber threat intelligence advisor at IntSights and a former contractor in the US intelligence community. Danny Jenkins, CEO of cybersecurity firm ThreatLocker, told CNN Business that banks get hit with attempted ransomware attacks "nearly everyday" but they're mitigated. "It's going to be a much greater threat to financial institutions," said DiMaggio, chief security strategist at threat intelligence firm Analyst1. To keep up with the bad guys, he urged banks to rely more on cyber defenses powered by artificial intelligence.
Persons: Banks, Paul Prudhomme, SolarWinds, Brendan Conlon, Conlon, Steven Silberstein, Silberstein, Jerome Powell's, Jerome Powell, Powell, Stacey Cunningham, Alejandro Mayorkas, Mayorkas, Danny Jenkins, ThreatLocker, JPMorgan Chase, JPMorgan JPM, Jenkins, Jon DiMaggio, DiMaggio, Prudhomme Organizations: CNN, Colonial, CNN Business, National Security Agency, Nasdaq, Colonial Pipeline, . Federal, FBI, Justice Department, Prosecutors, Zealand, New Zealand Exchange, NYSE, CNBC, JPMorgan, Homeland, JPMorgan Chase Locations: York, East, Bangladesh's, North Korea, Malta
Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesThe April jobs report badly missed estimates on Friday, but the stock market promptly hit record highs anyway. The weak jobs report soothed those worries. But instead of an instant drop in stocks following the April jobs report, the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 soared more than 1%. But the significant labor-market weakness indicated by the April jobs report has investors shrugging off inflationary concerns for now. But for now, as evidenced by Friday's move in the stock market, bad news is good news.
Persons: Drew Angerer, Janet Yellen's, Jerome Powell's committment, Powell, Read, Tom Lee, Lee, Friday's Organizations: Federal Reserve, Dow, of America, US Chamber of Commerce
"Higher UST yields are weighing a tad on AxJ (Asia excluding Japan) FX this morning. When the Fed's policy meeting concludes on Wednesday, Chair Jerome Powell's is expected to reaffirm commitment to keeping monetary policy accomodative over a prolonged time, though signs of rising inflation expectations has raised some speculation that policy could be tightened sooner than thought. Singapore's central bank said that the city-state's economic growth is likely to exceed 6% this year and added that its accommodative monetary policy stance remained appropriate. Indonesia's finance ministry on Tuesday said that it sold 28.05 trillion rupiah ($1.94 billion) worth of bonds in a bi-weekly bond auction, slightly below its indicative target. Indonesian 10-year benchmark yields were up 10.5 basis points at 6.559%.
Persons: Harish Sridharan, Maybank, Jerome Powell's, ines, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: U.S Treasury, Treasury, U.S, Federal Reserve, UST, Singapore, SK Hynix, Samsung Electronics, OCBC Treasury Research, Bloomberry Resorts Corp, JK Locations: Malaysia, Asia, Japan, Malaysian, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, China, India, Taiwan, Bengaluru
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday decided not to curb its easy-money policy despite an economy that it acknowledged is regaining steam. The post-meeting statement noted that efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic have helped boost the economy, though more needs to be done. "Amid progress on vaccinations and strong policy support, indicators of economic activity and employment have strengthened," the committee said. "The sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic remain weak but have shown improvement," it added. Overall financial conditions remain accommodative, in part reflecting policy measures to support the economy and the flow of credit to U.S. households and businesses."
Persons: Jeff Cox Organizations: Federal Reserve, Market Locations: U.S
PRECIOUS-Gold steady ahead of Fed meeting, palladium scales record peak
  + stars: | 2021-04-27 | by ( Sethuraman N R | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
* Dollar index gains 0.2% * Palladium hits new record high of $2,960.50/oz * Palladium deficit to widen sharply in 2021: HSBC (Recasts, adds quote, updates prices) By Sethuraman N R April 27 (Reuters) - Gold prices were little changed on Tuesday ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting, while palladium prices hit a new record high on persistent supply worries. Spot gold was flat at $1,780.90 per ounce by 0957 GMT. "Gold is sort of treading water ahead of the Fed meeting," StoneX analyst Rhona O'Connell said. Meanwhile, palladium rose 1% to $2,952 per ounce, after hitting a record high of $2,960.50. "We expect supply, demand deficits to widen sharply in 2021 to levels not seen since 2014, and narrow in 2022 but remain wide.
Persons: Rhona O'Connell, Jerome Powell's, O'Connell, Silver, Nallur, Pravin Char Organizations: HSBC, U.S, U.S . Federal, Fed Locations: U.S ., United States, Bengaluru
"Regional COVID-19 spikes, foremost in India, signs in Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, and accompanying curbs could be mitigating the influence of largely positive data prints," analysts at Maybank said, noting the mixed equities performance in Asia. Indian equities opened higher, with technology stocks leading the gains, as investors awaited a slew of quarterly results later in the day. Equities in Singapore stood firm at 0.2% a day after the city-state reported higher-than-expected manufacturing output for March. Malaysian shares were an outlier with relatively larger losses, falling 0.8%, as stocks of palm oil producers and large glove makers slipped. The nation recorded 2,776 new COVID-19 cases with 13 deaths on April 26.
Persons: Harish Sridharan, Maybank, Robert Carnell, Jerome Powell's, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: U.S, U.S . Federal, The, Bank, Korean, ING Economics, Malaysian, FTSE, FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI, Hartalega Holdings, General Engineering PCL, Hindalco Industries, Reliance Industries Locations: South Korea, U.S ., India, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Asia, Bangkok, Pacific, Singapore, FTSE Bursa Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Bengaluru
Gold steadies as focus turns to Fed meeting
  + stars: | 2021-04-27 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.90   time to read: +1 min
Gold bars being cast at a plant by Gulidov Krasnoyarsk Non-Ferrous Metals Plant in Russia. Gold prices were little changed on Tuesday, ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting, while palladium was pinned below a record peak scaled in the previous session. Spot gold was steady at $1,780.86 per ounce by 0057 GMT. U.S. gold futures were little changed at $1,780.10 per ounce. The dollar index inched up against its rivals, making gold more expensive for other currency holders.
Persons: Jerome Powell's Organizations: Gulidov, Metals, U.S, U.S . Federal, Reuters Locations: Gulidov Krasnoyarsk, Russia, U.S .
The Federal Reserve has promised to help restore the U.S. economy to "maximum employment," and is pointing to the months just before the coronavirus pandemic as the touchstone for what that might mean. Huge shortfalls remain, though: Payroll jobs peaked at 152.5 million in February of last year, compared with 144.1 million last month. Yet even as rising COVID-19 vaccination rates promise a more fully open economy, a job market realignment appears underway. A 'DIFFERENT' ECONOMYIf sidelined workers and new job seekers don't smoothly shift to the occupations demanded in the post-pandemic economy, it could limit what "maximum employment" turns out to be. A surprising return of older workers boosted labor force growth during the last economic expansion, but the reverse is possible now.
Persons: Gregory Daco, Daco, Jerome Powell's, Christine Chmura, Joe Biden's, Powell Organizations: Federal Reserve, Biden, Oxford Economics, Daco, York Fed, White, CBS, Thomson Locations: U.S, York
Gold gains as rising COVID-19 cases, easing U.S. dollar boost appeal
  + stars: | 2021-04-26 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
A one-kilogram gold bar sits at Gold Investments Ltd. bullion dealers in this arranged photograph in London, U.K., on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Gold prices gained on Monday as rising coronavirus cases boosted the metal's safe-haven appeal, supported by a weaker dollar as investors await this week's U.S. Federal Reserve meeting, while auto-catalyst palladium was little changed after scaling historic highs last week. U.S. gold futures rose 0.2% to $$1,781.90 per ounce. So that is boiling demand for safety, resulting in higher gold prices," said Margaret Yang, a strategist at DailyFX, adding that an easing dollar is further supporting prices. In other metals, palladium was up 0.1% at $2,858.76 per ounce, after scaling a record peak of $2,925.14 on Friday.
Persons: Margaret Yang, Yang, Jerome Powell's, Robin Bhar Organizations: Gold Investments, Federal Reserve, U.S . Commodity Futures Trading Commission, U.S Locations: London, U.S, India, Japan, Tokyo, Osaka
Taxes and inflation will be key themes for markets in the week ahead
  + stars: | 2021-04-23 | by ( Patti Domm | In | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Source: NYSEThe final week of April is going to be a busy one for markets with a Federal Reserve meeting and a deluge of earnings news. Hot topics in markets will continue to be inflation and taxes. It's a huge week for earnings with about a third of the S&P 500 reporting, including Big Tech names, such as Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet and Amazon. At the same time, the Fed is expected to defend its policy of letting inflation run hot, while assuring markets it sees the pick-up in prices as only temporary. There is important inflation data Friday when the Fed's preferred inflation gauge is reported.
Persons: Joe Biden, Diane Swonk, Grant Thornton, Jerome Powell's, Dow Jones, Ian Lyngen, Lyngen, Powell, Swonk, Stocks, Dow, Biden, David Bianco, Bianco, he's, they've Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, Big Tech, Apple, Microsoft, Boeing, Ford, Caterpillar, BMO, Treasury, Nasdaq, Americas Locations: DWS, cyclicals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Record-breaking Wall Street bank bond offerings in recent days are being driven by a combination of extraordinary market conditions and regulatory decisions that can be traced to the government’s pandemic relief efforts, said analysts. FILE PHOTO: Traders look on as a screen shows Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's news conference after the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rates announcement on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., July 31, 2019. While the fire-hose of government stimulus gushing through the economy flattered bank earnings, it has also reduced loan growth and caused deposits to surge. In turn, banks have had to park those deposits with the Federal Reserve and in safe-haven assets such as U.S. Treasuries. With surging deposits, some banks may be looking to raise debt to ensure they operate comfortably within the ratio.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Brendan McDermid JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Brian Moynihan, , Dick Bove, “ I’ve, Gennadiy Goldberg, Morgan, Jennifer Piepszak Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . Federal, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Brendan McDermid JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Bank of America’s, Wall, U.S . Federal Reserve, ” Bank of America, Federal Reserve, Odeon Capital, TD Securities . Bank of America, JPMorgan Locations: New York, U.S, Treasuries
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Record-breaking Wall Street bank bond offerings in recent days are being driven by a combination of extraordinary market conditions and regulatory decisions that can be traced to the government’s pandemic relief efforts, said analysts. FILE PHOTO: Traders look on as a screen shows Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's news conference after the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rates announcement on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., July 31, 2019. While the fire-hose of government stimulus gushing through the economy flattered bank earnings, it has also reduced loan growth and caused deposits to surge. In turn, banks have had to park those deposits with the Federal Reserve and in safe-haven assets such as U.S. Treasuries. Morgan Stanley’s debt offering was not driven by regulatory constraints, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Brendan McDermid JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Brian Moynihan, Goldman, , Dick Bove, “ I’ve, Gennadiy Goldberg, Morgan, Jennifer Piepszak Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . Federal, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Brendan McDermid JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Bank of America’s, Wall, U.S . Federal Reserve, ” Bank of America, Federal Reserve, Odeon Capital, TD Securities, Executives, Goldman, JPMorgan Locations: New York, U.S, Treasuries
Traders look on as a screen shows Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's news conference after the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rates announcement on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., July 31, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoRecord-breaking Wall Street bank bond offerings in recent days are being driven by a combination of extraordinary market conditions and regulatory decisions that can be traced to the government’s pandemic relief efforts, said analysts. While the fire-hose of government stimulus gushing through the economy flattered bank earnings, it has also reduced loan growth and caused deposits to surge. In turn, banks have had to park those deposits with the Federal Reserve and in safe-haven assets such as U.S. Treasuries. Morgan Stanley's debt offering was not driven by regulatory constraints, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Brendan McDermid, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Brian Moynihan, Goldman, Dick Bove, I've, Gennadiy Goldberg, Morgan, Jennifer Piepszak Organizations: U.S . Federal, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Bank of America's, Wall, U.S . Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve, Odeon Capital, TD Securities, Executives, Goldman, Thomson Locations: New York, U.S, Treasuries
The dollar headed for its worst back-to-back weekly drop this year amid an extended retreat in Treasury yields as investors increasingly bought into the Federal Reserve's insistence of keeping an accommodative policy stance for a while longer. It's set for a 0.5% decline for the week, extending the 0.9% slide from the previous week. read moreThe dollar traded at 108.94 yen , heading for a 0.8% loss for the week, following a 0.9% decline the previous week. The euro changed hands at $1.1977, set for a 0.5% weekly advance, adding to the previous period's 1.3% surge. In cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin stood around $61,583, below the record high of $64,895 reached on Wednesday, when cryptocurrency platform Coinbase (COIN.O) made its debut in Nasdaq in a direct listing.
Persons: Mary Daly, Jerome Powell's, It's, Chris Turner, DXY, Turner, Mikael Olai Milhøj, Bitcoin Organizations: Treasury, San Francisco Fed, CEE, CPI, Dow, Danske Bank ., Nasdaq, Thomson Locations: U.S, steadying, Europe, China
Asian stocks fell overnight as investors prepared for a busy week. Philip Fong/Getty ImagesUS futures and global stocks slipped as investors prepared for a busy week of data and earnings. US stocks rose solidly in the week to Friday as bond yields fell, with the S&P 500 climbing 2.71% as tech stocks got a boost. Bond yields slipped on Monday, however, with the key 10-year US Treasury note yield down 1.1 basis points to 1.655%. The prospect of a busy week of data and earnings did little to oil prices.
Persons: Philip Fong, Jerome Powell's, Dow Jones, Jeffrey Halley, Oanda, CBS's, Wall Street titans Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: Bell, Dow, Nasdaq, CSI, Nikkei, FTSE, Reuters, Treasury, CBS, Wall Street titans, JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank Locations: Asia, Europe, England, Wells
ReutersStocks slipped as investors digested Jay Powell's comments from last night's 60 minutes interview. The Fed chair said the "outlook has brightened substantially" for the US economy. Investors are awaiting key inflation data due tomorrow. US stocks slipped from record highs as investors digest Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's recent comments and prepare for a busy week ahead for economic data and earnings. As the economy continues to recover from the pandemic, investors are focused in on inflation data that is due Tuesday.
Persons: Reuters Stocks, Jay Powell's, Jerome Powell's, Powell, CBS's, behemoths Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: Reuters, Investors, Bell, CBS, JPMorgan, West Texas Locations: Wells Fargo, Here's
Fed Chair Powell: 'Highly unlikely' central bank will raise interest rates this year
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFed Chair Powell: 'Highly unlikely' central bank will raise interest rates this yearCNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the highlights from Fed Chair Jerome Powell's interview on "60 Minutes."
Persons: Powell, Steve Liesman, Jerome Powell's
Even though the dollar was poised for its worst week so far this year, U.S. bond yields remained elevated and Asian currencies were set for a mixed end to the week. On Friday, the central bank reiterated its accommodative stance, and warned the country might expand less than forecast this year due to a new wave of coronavirus infections. A central bank official said the baht, despite recent weakness, would be volatile. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is expected to leave its policy unchanged next week, according to a Reuters poll. "With the MAS poised to maintain its zero Singapore dollar nominal effective exchange rate appreciation stance next week, I don't see the Singapore dollar gaining anymore ground in the coming week," said Prakash Sakpal, senior economist, Asia, at ING.
Persons: South Korea's, Sameer Manekar, Jerome Powell's dovish, Treasuries, Venkateswaran Lavanya, Stocks, Prakash Sakpal, Kim Coghill, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: Singapore, South, Axiata, Telenor, U.S . Federal, Mizuho Bank, Telenor ASA, Monetary Authority of Singapore, MAS, ING Locations: Malaysia, Indonesia, India, U.S, Axiata, China, Singapore, South Korea, Asia, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
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