Australia – Jun Performance of Manufacturing Index
01/07/2020 09:41 am MYT
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The Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (APMI) rose by 9.9 percentage points (ppts) to 51.5% in Jun – see table 1. The index moved back to the positive territory, contributed mainly by the food and beverages sector. Meanwhile, the three-month moving average fell to 43.0% – see figure 1.

By major sector, only the food and beverages sector expanded in Jun – see table 2.

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Malaysia implemented the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) starting 10 Jun. Since then, more and more restrictions have been lifted - even kindergartens have been allowed to reopen. Happily, unlike many other countries, Malaysia has not experienced a resurgence in the number of confirmed cases after relaxing most of the Covid-19 related restrictions. If such a positive development continues and people remain cautious, Malaysia should be free from the SARS-CoV-2 virus by the time the RMCO ends on 31 Aug, and Malaysia’s 63rd Independence Day will be celebrated with a new reason for all Malaysians to be proud of their country.

So far, Capital Dynamics has organised two virtual conferences for subscribers and investors on the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy and their investments. We also shared with participants on our market and investment outlook. Both conferences were half-day events and were well-attended. Participants found the contents insightful and very beneficial. However, both conferences were conducted in English and Chinese-speaking investors were unable to participate. As a result, we are pleased to announce that Capital Dynamics will organise a similar investment conference in Mandarin on 1 Aug. Keep an eye for the details.
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