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Good response to new investment guidelines

PUTRAJAYA: The Government has received good response to the recently relaxed investment guidelines from potential investors in the Middle East, China and India.


Malaysia's benchmark interest rate likely to stay

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara is expected to keep the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 2% at its monetary policy meeting today, say economists contacted by i>StarBiz/i>.


2009 brings fresh hopes

Global financial markets and economies are showing signs of stabilisation


Danajamin names Zulqarnain as CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: Danajamin Nasional Bhd has appointed Ahmad Zulqarnain Onn as its chief executive officer effective Friday.


Applications to raise RM8.4bil in bonds

KUALA LUMPUR: Danajamin Nasional Bhd, the national financial guarantee insurer, has received applications for credit enhancements to raise RM8.4 billion of bonds.


Four apply for RM1b bond guarantees

KUALA LUMPUR: Danajamin Nasional Bhd, the country's financial guarantee insurer, has received four applications to guarantee RM1bil worth of bonds.


Danajamin aims to build 90-member team

KUALA LUMPUR: The newly set-up financial guarantee insurer, Danajamin Nasional Bhd, aims to build a 90-member team with diverse skills in debt capital markets, rating, credit and risk evaluation.


Most banks' earnings beat forecasts

PETALING JAYA: Most banks have performed above consensus expectations in the latest quarterly results season (see table) due to lower-than-expected non-performing loans (NPLs).


Need for private bond guarantee market

PETALING JAYA: The idea for a private bond guarantee market has surfaced following good response from potential bond issuers to the newly set-up financial guarantee insurer (FGI), Danajamin Nasional Bhd.


Demand poser for private debt papers

PETALING JAYA: Even if Danajamin Nasional Bhd succeeds in helping restore confidence in the single A and triple B-rated bonds, it may not be so much a question of reviving the private bond guarantee market as the need to stimulate demand for these papers.