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Trading ideas: MRCB, Gamuda, YTL, Perak Corp, Protasco, GHL Systems

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd, Gamuda Bhd, YTL Group, Protasco Bhd, GHL Systems Bhd and Dialog Group Bhd are among the stocks to watch, according to JF Apex Research.

Trading ideas: Pharmaniaga, Amway, Amcorp Properties, Sapura Energy

KUALA LUMPUR:JF Apex Research expects Pharmaniaga Holdings, Amway (M) Holdings, Amcorp Properties, Sapura Energy and Xidelang to be among stocks to watch on Thursday.

Mosques and surau receive contributions from Lumut MCA

A TOTAL of 87 mosques and surau in Lumut received contributions to organise moreh – a supper after terawih prayers during the fasting month.

Trading ideas: Eco World Int, Perak Corp, Mudajaya, LPI

KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects Eco World International, Perak Corp, Mudajaya, LPI Capital and Rohas Tecnic to be among the stocks which could see some trading interest on Tuesday after their corporate news.

Targeting zero accidents

ALL PARTIES should find ways to help reduce the number of industrial accidents by setting the goal to achieve zero cases at their workplaces.

Lumut Maritime Terminal to build a new port

IPOH: The Lumut Maritime Terminal (LMT), which is owned by Perak Corp Bhd and Tenaga Nasional Bhd, plans to build a new port on the shores of Sungai Dinding near Sitiawan, said chief executive officer Mubarak Ali Gulam Rasul.

Lumut Maritime Terminal targets growth so it can handle more cargo

LUMUT Maritime Terminal Sdn Bhd (LMT) has plans to expand the operations of Lumut Port over the next five years.

Breakfast briefing: Monday, November 2

Breakfast briefing: Monday, November 2

What will TNB do with Integrax?

Utility has the last laugh in tussle with Amin

More Integrax shareholders likely to support TNB’s bid

PETALING JAYA: More minority shareholders of Integrax Bhd are likely to throw their support behind the takeover offer by Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) now that Amin Halim Rasip has decided to dispose of his shares, according to analysts.