* Philippines c.bank sees 2021 economic growth of 6-7% * Taiwan Stocks hit record high * Regional shares track global markets higher By Harish Sridharan April 22 (Reuters) - Philippine stocks slipped on Thursday amid worries the economy may not rebound as strongly as expected from its pandemic-driven slump, trailing other emerging Asian share markets which bounced after steep losses in the last session. Philippines' central bank governor said on Wednesday that a two-week lockdown of the capital Manila earlier this month will likely slow full-year economic growth to 6%-7%, compared with its earlier forecast of 6.5%-7.5%. One of the fastest growing economies before the pandemic, the Philippines is currently facing one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in Asia, and its recovery from a record economic contraction last year is in danger of being derailed.
* Graphic: World FX rates https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E * Nasdaq futures up over 1% * Indonesia's 10-year benchmark yield comes off a 5-mth high * Philippine peso strengthens 0.5% By Shruti Sonal March 9 (Reuters) - Most emerging Asian share markets rose on Tuesday, tracking a recovery in U.S. equity futures following a pullback in Treasury yields, while regional currencies reversed early losses as the greenback gave up most of its gains. U.S. 10-year Treasury yields edged lower after hitting a one-year high on Monday. Nasdaq futures bounced 1.1%, paring some losses from a sell-off in technology-related shares on Monday that pushed the index into correction territory.
* Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 * South Korean benchmark hits over 2-month low * Indonesia's 10-year benchmark yield scales a 5-month high By Shruti Sonal March 9 (Reuters) - South Korean shares fell as much as 2% on Tuesday, as heavyweight technology stocks tracked an overnight sell-off in their Wall Street peers, while rising bond yields hurt appetite for most emerging Asian currencies. Foreign investors have bought a net $41.5 billion of Chinese bonds since the start of 2021, already about a third of what they did in all of last year.