Jachin Capital Pte Ltd, a home-grown independent fund manager, is pleased to announce that it has received a Capital Markets Services Licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore. With the licence, Jachin Capital can now offer its digital investing platform – iAdvisor – to all accredited investors in Singapore.
Most Asian indices fell into the red as investors shunned riskier assets amid heightened geopolitical concerns in Syria and North Korea. Treasuries and oil extended gains while gold surged to a 5-month high.
Asian stocks were broadly lower, as safe haven assets such as Treasuries, the Japanese yen and gold climbed, amid increasing geopolitical tensions in Syria and North Korea. Oil held onto overnight gains, and looks poised to extend its longest winning streak since December.
Asian stocks were mixed, with equities in Tokyo, Sydney and Singapore gaining and indices in Shanghai, Seoul and Kuala Lumpur falling. The dollar and crude oil extended gains, while gold and Treasuries declined.