Upside for ringgit

PETALING JAYA: The worst seems to be over for the ringgit for now.

Market rally seen temporary

PETALING JAYA: The local stock market and the ringgit rallied to their best levels in weeks after Fitch Ratings upgraded its outlook on Malaysia’s government debt to “stable” from “negative”, but market observers warn that the relief may be temporary as concerns continue to loom.

UEM Sunrise bets on landed properties

NUSAJAYA: UEM Sunrise Bhd sees demand for landed residential properties in Iskandar Malaysia remaining good, as most prospective property buyers still prefer this type of properties.

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KLCI extends gains at midday

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Time dotCom surges on bumper dividends, KLCI up

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips extended their gains for the third day on Thursday, underpinned by local funds support after Fitch Ratings upgraded the Outlook for Malaysia’s sovereign, while Time dotcom surged after its bumper dividend.

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