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SE Asia Stocks-Philippines falls as MSCI’s China weighting boost raises outflow woes

* Philippine stocks hit near 2-month low * Vietnam index poised for 1.5 pct weekly loss * Singapore shares snap 3 straight sessions of losses By Shriya Ramakrishnan March 1 (Reuters) – Philippine shares fell the most across Southeast Asian Read more ›

SE Asia Stocks-Most rise, Philippines leads gains on stronger 2019 GDP hopes

* Singapore on track to snap three straight sessions of losses * Philippine Q4 GDP growth slower than expected * Malaysia key interest rate expected By Shreya Mariam Job Jan 24 (Reuters) – Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Read more ›

SE Asia Stocks-Singapore, Malaysia rise after Trump-Xi trade phone call

Dec 31 (Reuters) – Singaporean and Malaysian stocks rose on Monday in thin year-end trading as a phone call between U.S. and Chinese leaders spurred hopes that the two economic heavyweights would reach a deal that could ease their damaging Read more ›

Tesla shares fall after Musk mocks SEC on Twitter

(Reuters) – Shares of Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) fell as much as 4 percent on Friday, after Chief Executive Elon Musk stirred nerves about the settlement of his securities fraud lawsuit by mocking the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Twitter. Read more ›

Tesla shares jump on Model 3 numbers, Musk deal

(Reuters) – Shares of Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) jumped by almost 18 percent on Monday as Chief Executive Elon Musk settled a lawsuit that had threatened to force him out and said a surge in third-quarter production had driven it to Read more ›

Fears for Musk’s future sink Tesla shares

(Reuters) – Shares of Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) dived 13 percent in early trading on Friday as Wall Street worried a lawsuit from U.S. regulators could force Chief Executive Elon Musk to step down and make it difficult for the loss-making Read more ›

S&P sector reshuffle may do little for telecom stocks

(Reuters) – The S&P 500’s three-company telecommunications services index .SPLRCL is about to be folded into a much higher-profile group, but a brighter spotlight may not be enough to boost the stocks as investors continue to favor growth sectors. FILE Read more ›