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Foreign investors still see Malaysia as a lucrative market

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the gloomy global economic outlook, foreign investors still view Malaysia as a lucrative investment destination, owing to the country’s stable political landscape and steady energy prices.

Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd head of research Kenny Yee(pic) said this positive sentiment has resurfaced as trade tension between the United States and China have subsided.

Techbond inks IPO underwriting agreement with Public Investment Bank

KUALA LUMPUR: Techbond Group Bhd has inked an underwriting agreement (UA) with Public Investment Bank Bhd (PIVB) for its initial public offering (IPO) exercise en route to its listing on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd (Bursa Securities) by year-end.

Techbond Group Bhd managing diretcor Lee Seng Thye (left) and Public Investment Bank Bhd deputy chief executive officer and head of corporate finance and advisory Lee Yo-Hunn (right).

Affin Bank job set to boost IJM’s orderbook

PETALING JAYA: IJM Corp Bhd is expected to gain a 6% boost to its orderbook from the award to develop Affin Bank Bhd’s headquarters at the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX).

UOB KayHian said the project is expected to contribute RM25mil in profit for IJM from 2019 to 2021

SKP up at midday as recent selloff looks overdone

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in SKP Resources Bhd are higher at midday after Public Investment Bank, in a strategy report on Tuesday, said the recent selloff looked overdone.

Bracing for a difficult 2019

Plain speaking - By Yap Leng Kuen
THE pressures keep piling even as emerging markets (EMs) take in more punches from increasing tariff turmoil, strong dollar and drying up of liquidity.

Pasdec minorities advised to reject takeover offer

KUALA LUMPUR: Pasdec Holdings Bhd's minority shareholders have been advised to reject a takeover offer from its major shareholder Datuk Seri Tew Kim Thin as the offer price of 52.5 sen was “not fair” and “not reasonbable”.

Can Malaysia survive external and internal challenges?

HOW is Malaysia going to survive and deal with external and internal challenges, with trade tension worsening between the US and China, and projected slower growth except in the US?

“The government must have the capacity to promptly react and implement policies to counteract dampening forces on growth,” says Lee Heng Guie.

Ringgit weakens against US$ tracking lower oil price

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit was traded easier against the US dollar early Friday, tracking the lower oil prices as investors await US economic data.

At 9 am (0100 gmt), the local note was quoted at 4.0700/0730 versus the greenback from Thursday's close of 4.0580/0630.

WCT 'hold', I-BHD 'outperform', GDB 'buy', PPB 'neutral'

AMBANK RESEARCH said WCT was now in a better position to enforce an arbitration award of 1.15 billion United Arab Emirates dirhams (RM1.2bil) by the Dubai International Arbitration Centre in 2015 against Meyden Group LLC in relation to the cancellation of the Nad Al Sheba Racecourse project in Dubai, UAE back in 2009.

Ringgit strengthens after Trumps comments on US$ manipulation

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit was higher against the US dollar early Monday as accusations of currency manipulation by China and the European Union by President Donald Trump set it at a disadvantage.

Public Investment Bank Bhd said further support for the ringgit was the internal feuding between the Federal Reserve and US President Donald Trump who criticised the Fed's monetary policy.