Recent and archived articles by Yvonne Tan
Although not uncommon in the listed-company scene, boardroom tussles seem to be creating a bigger presence of late.
KUALA LUMPUR: After a generally tepid year in 2018, there’s been improvement in the investment banking (IB) scene so far, but caution continues to prevail among investors.
BANK Negara’s announcement this week which stated that it is looking to issue up to three virtual banking licences has excited the local financial sector which otherwise has begun to look a little lethargic.
FOR the first time in five years, the 40 wealthiest Malaysians saw their wealth decline. The total wealth of the top-40 Malaysians based on their shareholdings in listed companies dropped by RM22.4bil to RM268.1bil as of end-2018.
Investors who bought into syallabus-based content provider Sasbadi Holdings Bhd in 2014 when it was listed, and are still holding on to its shares today would be a disappointed lot, to say the least.
Country can tap on trade war, tourism for catalysts
A slew of contracts is given out, but is it enough to spur the sector?
INITIAL public offerings (IPOs) on the local bourse are increasingly losing their shine.
PETALING JAYA: ACE Market firm Asia Poly Holdings Bhd plans to venture into the food and beverage (F&B) industry.
CONSUMER stocks look set to finish top of the gainers’ list while oil and gas counters could wrap up the year being the biggest losers on Bursa Malaysia.