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Southeast Asia Stocks: Most slip as U.S.-China trade talk uncertainty caps risk sentiment

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11/26/2019 | 05:28am EST

Most Southeast Asian stock markets retreated from early gains on Tuesday amid worries that the United States and China are unable to agree on tariff rollbacks, despite signals that the two countries were close to an interim trade deal.

China's commerce ministry said on Tuesday the country's Vice Premier Liu He, U.S. Trade representative Robert Lighthizer and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had a telephonic talk on issues related to a phase one trade agreement.

While markets initially rose on the news, most indexes traded lower at close as lack of concrete detail on the talks spooked investors.

"Market players should stay alert, especially when factoring the unpredictable nature of the trade talks," wrote Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at brokerage FXTM.

"If the two largest economies in the world are unable to find a middle ground before the December 15 deadline when U.S. tariffs are set to increase by 15%, trade tensions may intensify."

Singapore shares edged lower, amid diminishing hopes of easing from the central bank after data showed that the city-state's industrial production unexpectedly rose in October and marked its biggest jump in nearly a year.

"We believe the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will view upward growth momentum as sufficient reason to leave policy on hold at its next review in April 2020," analysts at ING said in a note.

Conglomerates Jardine Matheson Holdings and Jardine Strategic Holdings skidded 1.9% and 1.3%, respectively.

Trade worries continued to hurt risk appetite, with the Philippines index ending 0.8% lower to close at its lowest level in nearly seven weeks.

The benchmark was dragged by blue chips, with heavyweights Ayala Land and Ayala Corp shedding 3% and 4.3%, respectively.

Indonesian equities pulled back from early gains to log a four-day losing streak, closing at their lowest level in nearly seven weeks. Index heavyweight Telekomunikasi Indonesia dropped 2.3%.

Thai stocks slipped 0.3%, with utilities and industrials the biggest losers. Airports of Thailand Pcl lost 1.9%, while BGrimm Power Pcl fell 3.6%.

By Arundhati Dutta

Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
AIRPORTS OF THAILAND PCL End-of-day quote.
AYALA CORPORATION End-of-day quote.
AYALA LAND, INC. End-of-day quote.
BGRIMM POWER PCL End-of-day quote.
JARDINE MATHESON HOLDINGS LIMITED -0.14% 57.42 End-of-day quote.3.00%
JARDINE STRATEGIC HOLDINGS LIMITED -0.15% 32.65 End-of-day quote.6.53%
PREMIER, INC. 0.55% 36.84 Delayed Quote.-2.75%
TELEKOMUNIKASI INDONESIA (PERSERO) TBKPT End-of-day quote.
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Sales 2020 68 150 M
EBIT 2020 33 937 M
Net income 2020 27 707 M
Finance 2020 51 142 M
Yield 2020 1,53%
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