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|Day's Range||0.9500 - 0.9500|
|52 Week Range||0.8400 - 1.3500|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.19|
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* Philippines hits lowest since April 6 * Malaysia's March CPI falls 0.2% y/y * Singapore benchmark hits two-week low By Nikhil Subba April 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell for a second session on Wednesday as the collapse of oil prices earlier this week underscored supply glut worries and exposed the severity of the damage to demand from the coronavirus pandemic. The week so far has seen some of the most volatile days in the history of oil trading, with prices for U.S. crude turning negative, as inventories swelled and finding storage spaces became difficult, prompting investors to digest that demand worries could last for several months. Singapore's Straits Times Index declined 1.5% to hit its lowest in two weeks.
A long-running labour shortage in Malaysian palm plantations could get worse as many workers from neighbouring Indonesia have gone back home amid coronavirus curbs, an industry body said on Friday. The world's second-biggest producer and exporter of palm oil relies on foreigners for 70 percent of its plantation workforce. Labour shortages are a perennial issue in Malaysia, a relatively industrialised country of 32 million.