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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Rating Corporation Bhd (MARC) has affirmed its ratings on Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd’s (PJH) issuances for three Sukuk Musharakah programmes at AAA/stable.This involved RM370mil Sukuk Musharakah programme (due 2030); RM3bil Sukuk Musharakah Programme (due 2032) and RM1.5bil Sukuk Musharakah Medium-Term Notes (MTN) Programme (due 2033), said the rating agency in a statement.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Rating Corporation Bhd (MARC) affirmed its ratings on Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd’s (PJH) issuances for three Sukuk Musharakah programmes at AAA/stable.
KUALA LUMPUR: AllianceDBS Research expects stronger Westports Holdings to record stronger earnings in 4Q FY19 as it is typically a seasonally strong quarter.
KUALA LUMPUR: Stocks that may pop up on investors' radar screens on Thursday include IHH Healthcare, Gadang, Kelington, Datasonic, Pestech, Varakah and London Biscuits, says JF APex research.
PETALING JAYA: IGB Real Estate Investment Trust’s (REIT) net profit rose 5.3% to RM79.8mil for the third quarter ended Sept 30 from RM75.8mil in the previous corresponding period due to higher rental income.
The fourth of 10 basic rules Western spies followed when trying to infiltrate Russia’s capital during the Cold War – don’t look back because you’re never alone – is more apt than ever. Only these days it’s not just foreigners who are being tracked, but all 12.6 million Muscovites, too.
TWENTY International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) students received scholarships from AmBank Group chairman Tan Sri Azman Hashim.
KUALA LUMPUR: MIDF research is slightly positive on Axis REIT's purchase of a factory, warehouse-cum-office building in Nilai for RM50mil.
KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Investment Bank Research is generally positive on the plan by YTL REIT parent’s YTL Corp to inject over RM1bil worth of UK hotels into YTL REIT’s portfolio, this was notwithstanding some potential gearing-related roadblocks.
PETALING JAYA: Main Market-bound AME Elite Consortium Bhd saw its net profit almost double to RM13.1mil for the first quarter ended June 30, from RM6.7mil in the corresponding quarter last year.