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Davidtcf
post Jun 5 2022, 05:18 PM

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QUOTE(hedfi @ Jun 1 2022, 02:40 PM)
Used to send to IBKR 044000804 but now it's 021000021 - from Wise. Old was 2-3 working days and fund available, new is 4-5 working days. Sent from Wise on 24th May, IBKR receive on 25th and available only on 1st June but till now still on hold. Been funding IBKR for about a year, no such delay

Contacted their CS but no reply. It seems it's their SOP for fund transfer if you read their FAQ
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Did you manage to get the money in IBKR?

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post Jun 5 2022, 07:58 PM

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Some FT reads.

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Hedge funds

Hedge funds scoop big returns from global interest-rate shake-up
Increased volatility delivers windfall for investors betting on debt and currency moves

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Charts that Matter: High yield bonds

Pressure builds on riskiest corner of US junk bond market
Debt issued by companies most exposed to economic downturn slumps in price

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Food & Beverage

Big food’s unhealthy products leave bitter taste for ESG investors
Pandemic puts tackling obesity back in focus as shareholders urge action

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Apple Inc

Apple looks to its first headset for next breakthrough product
iPhone maker battles technical challenges ahead of expected launch of augmented reality device




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post Jun 6 2022, 11:48 PM

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post Jun 8 2022, 12:26 AM

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FT Opinion: Inside Business

Buy now, pay later must be regulated — now
Industry operators are money lenders and should be treated as such before it blows up in all our faces

by PATRICK JENKINS

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FT Moral Money: Divestment

Divestment: are there better ways to clean up ‘dirty’ companies?
Even as more asset owners shun fossil fuels, some argue that a combination of engagement and the threat of denying funds would have the most effect

by Sarah Murray

Nice Infographic PDF (article included): https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d39...+companies_.pdf


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post Jun 8 2022, 08:53 PM

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Credit Suisse issues 3rd profit warning for the year (and already, for 3 quarters consecutively...)

Expect 2Q fiscal quarter to continue losing money...

The stock was down 6% earlier.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/credits-suisse...share_permalink

Then it went up... https://www.reuters.com/markets/deals/credi...est-2022-06-08/

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FT Opinion: Lex

Uniqlo: weak yen and higher fleece prices increase inventory risk

A weak currency may benefit exporters but it does not help Fast Retailing

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FT Opinion: Markets Insight

The holes in holistic ESG indices
Choices over inclusion in benchmarks of goodness are dubious in nature

by ROGER LOWENSTEIN

*The writer is a financial journalist and author of ‘Ways and Means: Lincoln and His Cabinet and the Financing of the Civil War’

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Wealth management

Billionaires plough more money into private equity
Family offices boost exposure to unlisted shares despite policy tightening and concerns over valuations

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post Jun 9 2022, 12:20 PM

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FT Alphaville: Capital markets

Bond portfolio trades are cheap as chips. Why?
ETFs FTW


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Non-Fiction

The Man Who Broke Capitalism — did Jack Welch destroy corporate America?
In his sharp, provocative book, David Gelles argues that the GE boss’s brutal efficiency drive led to long-term decline

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You can find the book online or purchase from bookstores. As always, let me know if you can't find it.

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post Jun 9 2022, 06:40 PM

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Special purpose acquisition companies

Spac boom dies as wary investors retreat
Rising interest rates and the prospect of tougher regulation have deepened the challenges facing the market

by Ortenca Aliaj, Joshua Franklin and Imani Moise in New York and Owen Walker in London (6 HOURS AGO)

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ETF Hub: Exchange traded funds

Flows into government bond ETFs surge to record high in May
Swing to the historically low-risk assets deepens investors’ defensive pivot

by Steve Johnson (6 HOURS AGO)

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The Big Read: Oil & Gas industry

Canada’s oil sands: why some of the world’s dirtiest fuel is now in hot demand
Can America’s biggest oil supplier grant energy security to the US without derailing its climate commitments?

by Derek Brower in Alberta (6 HOURS AGO)

*Long article, some images cannot be displayed due to post limit. Imgur link provided, however.


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tadashi987
post Jun 10 2022, 12:12 AM

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IBRK Web cannot login?
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post Jun 10 2022, 09:32 AM

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QUOTE(tadashi987 @ Jun 10 2022, 12:12 AM)
IBRK Web cannot login?
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Ibkr app boleh masuk.

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post Jun 10 2022, 08:23 PM

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WSJ MARKETS

HEARD ON THE STREET: Gucci Is Becoming an Unlikely Value Stock

Kering, the luxury brand’s owner, is priced at a big discount to rivals

https://www.wsj.com/articles/gucci-is-becom...share_permalink

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Here's a UK-based article, but you can learn something too.

FT Opinion: Personal Finance Advice & Comment

To investors seeking income — there’s still plenty of it about

Interest on cash deposits remains paltry, but some companies are throwing off dividends in the here and now

by MERRYN SOMERSET WEBB

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Another FT read

Energy sector: Oil and gas back in vogue for retail investors

Shares of energy majors have soared this year in the wake of war and surging commodity prices. But as the climate crisis rages, will the sector reward investors over the longer term?

by Tom Wilson in London (8 HOURS AGO)

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post Jun 11 2022, 11:02 PM

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FT Opinion: Lex

Disney: something rotten in the House of Mouse
Shares are down more than a third and chief executive Bob Chapek has got caught in the war on woke

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FT Big Read: Airlines

Delays, shortages and strikes: can the aviation industry get airborne by summer?
As passenger numbers pick up, staffing problems at airports have caused chaos across the US and Europe

by Philip Georgiadis (YESTERDAY)

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Special purpose acquisition companies

Tidjane Thiam’s Spac replaces Pimco with ‘better fit’ Edward Zeng
Investment vehicle led by the ex-Credit Suisse chief has yet to do a deal since launching in February 2021

by Emma Dunkley in London and Brooke Masters in New York (YESTERDAY)

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Private equity

Ares hands back control of company it seized from Novalpina buyout fund
Private markets group reaches ‘mutually agreeable resolution’ over French drugmaker Laboratoire XO

by Kaye Wiggins in London (2 HOURS AGO)

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post Jun 11 2022, 11:28 PM

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FT Opinion: The Long View

Market mispricing of risk will continue
The misallocation of capital is not just down to freakish monetary policy

by JOHN PLENDER (11 hours ago)

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Hedge funds

Equity hedge funds suffer historic declines in first 5 months of 2022
Shifting market dynamics create ‘existential crisis’ for some stock strategies

by Laurence Fletcher in London (19 HOURS AGO)

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Unhedged: Equities

Anatomy of a risk rebound
And bigness is still winning

by Robert Armstrong and Ethan Wu (JUNE 9 2022)

*This article is an on-site version of FT's Unhedged newsletter.

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post Jun 11 2022, 11:33 PM

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Oil & Gas industry

US oil producers ignore Biden’s rallying call to drill
Capital discipline, supply chain woes and soaring input costs keep production far below pre-pandemic peak

by Myles McCormick in New York (2 HOURS AGO)

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Opinion: On Wall Street

The world must brace itself for a further surge in oil prices
Outlook for production is bleak with Russian shortfalls hard to replace

by DAVID SHEPPARD, Energy Editor (YESTERDAY)

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post Jun 13 2022, 12:02 AM

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FT

Credit Suisse Group AG

Foreign suitors for Credit Suisse face high hurdles
Switzerland’s typically liberal M&A market might make an exception for such a national institution

by Sam Jones in Zurich (6 HOURS AGO)

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FT Opinion: Japanese business & finance

The rise and rise of Japan’s unsackable slacker
In a culture that rewards seniority, young workers feel resentment towards older unproductive colleagues

by LEO LEWIS

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Food security

Food vs fuel: Ukraine war sharpens debate on use of crops for energy
Campaigners want to divert commodities from biofuels but would doing so alleviate rising hunger levels?

by Emiko Terazono and Camilla Hodgson in London (12 HOURS AGO)



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post Jun 13 2022, 10:46 PM

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CIMB SG not longer accept fund transfer from Wise for deposit purpose. So is it better to wire direct from Wise to IBKR dollar acc? Rather than Wise —> CIMB SG —-> IBKR.

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post Jun 13 2022, 11:11 PM

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QUOTE(bcombat @ Jun 13 2022, 10:46 PM)
CIMB SG not longer accept fund transfer from Wise for deposit purpose. So is it better to wire direct from Wise to IBKR dollar acc? Rather than Wise —> CIMB SG —-> IBKR.
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correct me if I am wrong, this should only the application first deposit, not normal transfer right? hmm.gif
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correct me if I am wrong, this should only the application first deposit, not normal transfer right?  hmm.gif
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post Jun 14 2022, 12:21 AM

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FT

Opinion: Lex

Recession/defensive investing: the trend of the world is nigh
Investors must be prepared. There is plenty of room for markets to fall further

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Fund management

BlackRock investors take voting power amid scrutiny of asset managers
US Senate hearing this week will focus on outsized voting power of index tracking funds

by Brooke Masters in New York

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Credit Suisse Group AG

UK regulator puts Credit Suisse on watchlist after scandals
Financial Conduct Authority is concerned the lender has not done enough to improve its culture after a series of crises


by Cynthia O’Murchu, Owen Walker and Laura Noonan (YESTERDAY)

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post Jun 14 2022, 11:16 AM

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FT

Opinion: Inside Business

Workers’ windfall at KKR-owned company shows private equity shift
Hundreds of workers stand to collect $175,000 in average profits after sale of CHI Overhead Doors

by SUJEET INDAP

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Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc

A bitterly divided board, Birkin bag bonuses and a fight for control
Aerojet Rocketdyne’s chief executive is battling the missile company’s executive chair

by Sujeet Indap in New York

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Opinion: Lex

ECB/sovereign spreads: rate rises will test Europe’s periphery
A deterioration in the capital position of some banks may be an inevitability investors will have to live with

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post Jun 14 2022, 11:38 AM

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QUOTE(tadashi987 @ Jun 13 2022, 11:11 PM)
correct me if I am wrong, this should only the application first deposit, not normal transfer right?  hmm.gif
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Unsure, but early march i did the transfer using CIMB Malaysia to Transfer S$10 and Wise for the rest, the message was there but i simply ignore it and it goes through (Maybe they fixed it?). The most recent transaction i did is when i received the 10K from EPF and use Wise to transfer, no issue as well.

Currently i don't route through SG. For my IBKR topup, i just directly using Wise then using ACH Transfer to IBKR, which don't make a huge different and i save $2 for the conversion fee.

This doesn't mean CIMB SG is redundant, it's still one way to get your money from IBKR back to MYR biggrin.gif (Or directly cash out and used it in Singapore)

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