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Sime Darby, KLK weigh on KLCI, weaker CPO prices worry

Plantation-based Sime Darby and KL Kepong dragged the FBM KLCI into the red at midday on Thursday on worries about expected decline in crude palm oil (CPO) prices


CIMB Research ups UOA Develeopment target price to RM2.18

CIMB Equities Research has raised the target price of UOA Development to RM2.18.


GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, euro fall on European debt fears

NEW YORK: Stock markets fell and the euro hit a two-year low on Tuesday as rising Spanish borrowing costs drove Madrid closer to a full-scale bailout, while Greece's membership in the euro zone was at risk as its finances appeared to be off its aid package terms.


CIMB Research keeps Public Bank an Outperform

CIMB Equities Research is maintaining its Outperform recommendation on Public Bank due to its defensive qualities and the plunge in credit costs.


Telcos, Tenaga drag KLCI into the red

Profit-taking activities on recent top performers, including telcos and Tenaga dragged the 30-stock FBM KLCI into the red as some investors decided it could be time they reduced their exposure to riskier assets like equities.


M'sian stocks main index record run likely to continue this week; Wall Street week ahead

FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) is expected to extend its record-setting run this week on positive external and internal sentiment, dealers said.


Analysis: For brokers like Peregrine, from bad times to worse

CHICAGO/NEW YORK: Long before Peregrine Financial Group's dramatic collapse last week, months before MF Global's meltdown triggered an industry-wide crisis of confidence, the world of the independently owned futures broker was not a happy one.


Markets in the red at midday

Key regional markets fell in the morning session on Monday, as worries about slower China growth and the Eurozone weighed on investors' sentiment, with the key Asian indices down as much as 2.5%.


Microsoft posts Q4 loss but beats Wall St estimates

NEW YORK: Microsoft Corp reported its first quarterly loss as a public company as it took a previously announced hit for writing down the value of its ailing online unit, but held up better than expected in the face of stagnant computer sales.


BAT gains from premium segment

BRITISH American Tobacco (M) Bhd (BAT) posted revenue of RM1.07bil (representing a growth of 2.4% both year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter) and earnings of RM220.8mil (growth of 19.9% year-on-year and 13.5% quarter-on-quarter) for the second quarter ended June 30.