Posts Tagged ‘MIDF Amanah Investment Bank’

TNB likely to stick to its core business

Exposure to the fibre- broadband biz will be limited by leasing out its backbone fibre infrastructure
By FARA AISYAH / Pic By TMR Tenaga Nasional Bhd ...

Manufacturing PMI rises on easing inflation, higher domestic demand

By SHAHEERA AZNAM SHAH / Pic By TMR
The improved local manufacturing condition in August after seven months of performing below the positive index was ...

National Day week posts lowest foreign outflow

By NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / Pic By TMR
Foreign investors recorded the lowest net outflow of RM15.3 million for the year last week. Total foreign net ...

Steel sector hurt by dwindling demand

Changes in the global trade policies and tepid global demand, as well as local steel mill cost structure will also continue to impede any positive demand ...

Supermax group ED’s conviction not a major share price pullback

The company is currently in the middle of replacing and rebuilding its old production lines
By NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / Pic By BLOOMBERG Supermax Corp ...
Bursa

Foreign buying underpins Bursa Msia’s gain last week

By DASHVEENJIT KAUR / Pic By MUHD AMIN NAHARUL
Foreigners’ buying of local equities crossed the RM300 million mark last week, the eighth time this year ...
Ringgit Malaysia

Capital outflow to remain threat to the ringgit amid trade uncertainty

The US dollar-ringgit exchange is caught up in the broader US dollar strength, rising US bond yields, says analyst
By MARK RAO / Pic By MUHD AMIN ...
MBSB

MBSB to see growth through banking-level products

An analyst says MBSB’s forward strategy now will be to upgrade its digital capacity
By NG MIN SHEN / Pic By HUSSEIN SHAHARUDDIN Malaysia Building ...
BNM

Banks to see competition for deposits in next few years

However, the general outlook for the country’s lending sector is still upbeat
By NG MIN SHEN / Pic By MUHD AMIN NAHARUL Local banks are expected to ...

O&G industry debts remain an obstacle

By MARK RAO
Debt-Saddled oil and gas (O&G) companies will have to focus on their finances first, before attempting to venture into new businesses ...