U.S. markets started the month strong, after the broad based S&P 500 and the tech-rich NASDAQ registered their first three-quarter losing streak since the global financial crisis.
With October widely seen as a “bear market killer” based on historically strong returns, we’ll find out whether stock movements can keep up with the expectations.
On Market View, Prime Time's finance presenter Chua Tian Tian spoke with A.J. Kahling, Head of International Education at TD Ameritrade for more
Market View: Trio of local banks to allow customers to ‘lock up savings’ for in-person withdrawals only; Sembcorp Industries’ agreements to acquire wind assets for S$200m; China’s central bank to press banks to lower real lending rates; Expectations on US PCE price index, GDP, consumer confidence; 10-year US Treasury yields slips to 4.4%