Tariff negotiations have yet to start and broader equity market swings have become a new way of life. If the United States follows through on President Donald Trump’s threat to slap tariffs on an additional $100 billion of Chinese goods, investors fear that this tit-for-tat action could escalate. Fortunately for call warrant traders, volatility is always welcome.
“Responding to market demand, these 24 new warrants from 6 sectors will provide trading opportunities in a volatile market,” said Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad executive director and head of group equity broking, Lee Kok Khee.
Bursa Malaysia Berhad welcomes the announcement made by the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Mohd Najib, in regards to the new LIVE (Listing Incentives for SME) program.
This new incentive is set to boost the Leading Entrepreneur Accelerator Platform (LEAP) Market and provide an avenue for underserved Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to turn to the capital market to raise funds, where SMEs have been the engine of growth and job creation.
Kenanga Futures Sdn Bhd announced in Kuala Lumpur, its inaugural access into CME Group markets on its newly enhanced KDF TradeActive – the company’s trademarked real-time customised online trading solution.
Traders can now access both the U.S. and Malaysian listed derivatives on KDF TradeActive available on both desktop and mobile devices, giving customers easy access to real-time market data and flexibility to trade on-the-go.