Posts Tagged ‘Dr Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid’

Traders, federal govt at risk from volatility in ringgit and oil prices

While Washington and Beijing have agreed to a trade truce pending ongoing talks, this is far from the definitive agreement markets were hoping for
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Ringgit continues downtrend, centred on US-China trade woes

The ringgit recognised the bulk of its losses from March 21, depreciating 3.2% against the US dollar as traders flee for safety
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US-China trade tensions hurting ringgit

By MARK RAO / Pic By BLOOMBERG
The ringgit extended losses against the US dollar to close at a six-month low yesterday as external factors continue to ...

TH reports RM440m 
net profit in 1Q19

The pilgrim fund’s financial position has strengthened with assets exceeding liabilities by RM1.2b
By RAHIMI YUNUS / Pic By MUHD AMIN NAHARUL Lembaga ...

Aiming to be an Asian tiger, will Malaysia’s capital markets roar too?

Investors are ambivalent over the future direction of the nation due to its heavy debt obligations and gloomy socio-political scene
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Ringgit losses capped despite OPR cut

By MARK RAO 
The ringgit has lost ground, but the drop was limited as the central bank’s widely expected policy rate cut had been factored into ...

Loans growth to remain low in the near term, but projects revival could add spark

Loans for construction and WC purposes are expected to see a revival following the govt’s decision to kick-start a few mega infrastructure projects
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ECRL revival a boon to the economy and the construction sector

First 2 phases of the rail line are to proceed at RM44b, 32.8% lower than the initial RM66b estimate
By MARK RAO / Pic By MUHD AMIN NAHARUL THE revival ...

4.7% GDP growth indicates rising momentum

By SHAHEERA AZNAM SHAH / Pic By ISMAIL CHE RUS
The country’s improving growth in its economic performance for the fourth quarter of 2018 (4Q18) ...

RM138m in foreign funds flow into equity market

By BERNAMA / Pic By TMR
Foreign investors were net buyers in the Malaysian equity market, pumping in RM138.6 million between last Monday and Thursday, ...

Corporate bond issuance to struggle in 2019 on gearing concerns

Weak business sentiment indicators, as reflected by the recent PMI data, will keep companies wary of their gearing levels
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EPF unlikely to match 2017 dividend rates on volatile stocks

Fund’s 2018 dividend payout to reflect market conditions that saw many regional markets tumbling
By MARK RAO / Pic By TMR The Employees Provident Fund ...