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Correction looms

1 November 2014

REVIEW: As expected, Bursa Malaysia started out the new week on a solid platform, with the FBM Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (FBM KLCI) rising 2.96 points to 1,821.82 in early deals amid follow-through buying.

Eye on stock - SMRT Holdings

1 November 2014

SMRT Holdings Bhd suffered a relatively severe beating during the recent market rout, which witnessed its shares plunging to a five-month low of 53.5 sen on Oct 16 due to extended profit-taking selling pressure.

Treasury pulse

1 November 2014

THE US dollar ripped after the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement was more hawkish than expected.

Weisz giving his presentations on the Advanced Leadership Programme and The Navigator Programme.

Combining creativity and innovation

1 November 2014

CREATIVITY without innovation will impact the competitiveness and performance of an organisation.

Lew and Lisa are targeting 'digitalised' consumers under the Experience Tomorrow, Today phase of the campaign.

Sun Life uses innovative technology to engage the customers

1 November 2014

SUN Life Malaysia, which only started operations last year, is building up its momentum as it enters the second phase of building brand awareness.

Ho Mei Sim ... one of the third top traders in the challenge.

Millenials taking part in KenTrade Trading Challenge show promise

1 November 2014

THE participation of “millenials” in the recently launched KenTrade Trading Challenge by Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd is seen as a great opportunity for Malaysia’s capital market.

A doctor tastes some bitter medicine

1 November 2014

DR LIM was 65 years old when he first came to see me. This was a man who had come from humble beginnings and had worked his way up determinedly to become an accomplished doctor.

Yeah Kim Leng

Seminar raises more questions about the state of property sector

1 November 2014

TWO common questions on the local property market... Will house prices ever come down? Is it better to buy now before GST?

Tax man cometh in Indonesia in Jokowi’s quest for cash

1 November 2014

THE tax man cometh. And next year in Indonesia, there will be more of them.

Early business dealings

1 November 2014

LOW Teik Jho, or better known as Jho Low (pic), became a noticeable figure in the Malaysian corporate scene when investments from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates started to make their way to the local shores.

The procurement goldmine

1 November 2014

GOLD is rare. More than 99.9% of the Earth’s crust is composed of oxides of silicon, aluminum, calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron, potassium, titanium and phosphorus.

Optimising the eurozone

1 November 2014

THE eurozone is facing a bleak economic outlook, with growth remaining stagnant and the threat of deflation looming large.

Container cargo ships unloading containers at the Manila International Container Port. Developing Asia will remain the fastest-growing region in the world, the Asian Development Bank says. In South-East Asia, the bank cut its GDP growth forecast to 4.6% in 2014, from a projected 5% in April, with projections trimmed in Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. - EPA

Global need – in search of growth

1 November 2014

IT’S already six years since the Great Recession. Yet the world economy remains stuck in the doldrums – set on a course that is uncertain and unsustainable.

1MDB’s bond-pricing logic puzzles

1 November 2014

FINALLY, 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) has come out to defend itself against critics sniping away at the Government fund for going into various deals, ranging from paying high fees to investment banks and supposedly forking out a premium to acquire power plants.

The busmen’s blues

1 November 2014

That’s the tune we hear when regulation softens the ability to compete.

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