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Rivals Deutsche Boerse and Euronext have taken off the gloves in their fight for the London Stock Exchange (LSE) after the LSE rejected Deutsche Boerse's approach for a second time.
THE Star/Standard amp; Poor#146;s Investment Funds Award Malaysia 2005 will be held for the third consecutive year on March 29 in Kuala Lumpur. The event that gauges and ranks fund managers#146; performance has become a high point in Malaysia#146;s unit trust industry.
Goldman Sachs has reaffirmed its bullish view on the Malaysian economy, citing the country's participation in the regional export recovery, strong recovery in the private sector capital expenditure (capex) in the third quarter and expectations of bank lending growth to accelerate sharply next year.
There are strong signals of an interest rate cut by Bank Negara soon, said AmInvestment Management Sdn Bhd chief investment officer, (fixed income and derivatives and structured products) Yvonne Phe.
National Australia Bank (NAB) reported a record profit that was fuelled by strong home lending, but warned of an uphill battle in Britain and Ireland as pension co s would continue to bite in Europe, where it earns a quarter of its profits.
NEW YORK: The Federal Reserve's plans to begin winding down its massive monetary stimulus later this year hit shares on Wall Street for a second day Thursday, putting the S&P 500 index on track for its worst two-day decline in seven months.
LPI Capital Bhd broke new records in its financial year ended Dec 31, 2005 with a sterling 33.7% jump in pre-tax profit to RM103.6mil from RM77.5mil in 2004.
Bina Puri Holdings Bhd plans to place out 44.10 million new shares - which will be 30% of its enlarged paid-up - with 88.21 million free warrants.