Optimistic investors still prefer cash over shares

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  • Wednesday, 15 Jul 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: ING’s quarterly investor survey shows that investor sentiment in Malaysia entered the optimistic category in the second quarter (Q2) following measures taken by the country’s leaders.

ING said in a statement that Malaysia’s score rose sharply to 122 from 60 in Q1. The possible scores range from zero (least optimistic) to 200 (most optimistic).

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