Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP
Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP
Malaysia

As Malaysia’s political uncertainty rumbles on, foreign investors are exiting the local stock market

  • Analysts say with no clear successor as prime minister, Muhyiddin’s decision to step down will further roil the country’s financial markets and dampen investors’ confidence
  • Malaysia’s equities market is now one of the worst performing in Southeast Asia, despite its speedy Covid-19 vaccination drive

Topic |   Malaysia
Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP
Malaysia’s seemingly interminable political uncertainty has become a key factor dampening confidence in the local equities market. Photo: AP
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