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SYDNEY: Australia’s property market is seeing non-bank debt providers step in to plug a hole in funding left by big banks, whose lending is being hobbled by increased regulatory pressures and higher capital requirements.
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) will be implementing an action plan to support the National Anti-Corruption Plan (2019-2023) and improve Malaysia’s ranking in the Corporate Governance Watch survey by the Asian Corporate Governance Association.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission will be implementing an action plan to support the National Anti-Corruption Plan (2019-2023) and improve Malaysia's ranking in the Corporate Governance Watch survey by the Asian Corporate Governance Association.
Software engineer Sun Ling became a cyber star in China after she responded to an online question: how can you get an overseas education if you are dirt poor?
DUBAI: Investors are starting to tune out the noise of the billions of dollars that flowed into Saudi bonds and stocks in the first half of the year after the kingdom’s upgrade to emerging-market status.
LONDON: Germany’s 10-year government bond yield rose to its highest since July 1 on Wednesday, boosted by French industrial production data, as markets waited to see whether Fed Chairman Jay Powell’s testimony to Congress met their dovish expectations.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's new finance minister Arturo Herrera is a pragmatic and respected policy maker who says he was inspired to study economics by the Latin American debt crisis that wrought financial chaos and wrecked livelihoods in his country.
New Delhi: India plans to raise as much as US$10bil from its first overseas sovereign bond because there’s huge appetite for its debt in the foreign market, according to a top finance ministry official.
JOHOR BARU: A sales executive who wanted to take a personal loan to kick-start her new cosmetic business was instead duped into paying more than RM8,000 to a fake-loan syndicate.To make matters worse, the 29-year-old is still receiving calls from members of the syndicate, who are trying to get even more money from her.