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Preference for bonds over equities

In the first of a monthly series of six articles on the economy and bond market, Asembankers looks at why there is now a preference for bonds over equity.

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IBM looking to raise sales of PCs in Asia-Pacific

IBM is looking to increase its personal computer (PC) sales in the Asia-Pacific region this year by adding unique features in its products as well as through innovative sales and marketing strategies.

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Public Bank: Global financial liberalisation should be undertaken in careful stages

GLOBAL financial liberalisation should be undertaken in careful stages to avoid the financial instability that could cause socio-political problems, Public Bank Bhd said in a recently published paper entitled I>Globalisation: New Realities./I>

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AAA, P1 ratings for Nestle Foods

RATING Agency Malaysia Bhd (RAM) has assigned long- and short-term ratings of I>AAA/Iand I>P1/Ifor Nestle Foods (M) Sdn Bhd#039;s proposed RM700mil Murabahah commercial papers/medium-term notes issuance facility (2003/2010) (MCP/MMTN).

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Baosteel 2002 profit surges 67%

Baoshan Iron and Steel Co Ltd, the listed arm of China's top steelmaker, said yesterday its 2002 net earnings surged two-thirds after a strong fourth quarter, buoyed by resilient domestic demand and government anti-dumping efforts.

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Ratings

THE rating of TH GROUP BHD#8217;S RM150mil Al-Bai Bithaman Ajil Islamic debt securities (BaIDs) facility has been affirmed at AID (Single A, Islamic debt).

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Weekly technical analysis

BY K. M. LEE

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Kepco turns in record 2002 net profit

South Korea#8217;s state-run power monopoly Korea Electric Power Corp (Kepco) unveiled yesterday a record net profit for 2002 of 3.06 trillion won (US$2.56bil) on healthy power demand and foreign exchange gains.

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Toursists to M'sia sign RM2.2b using Visa

TOURISTS spent US$583mil (RM 2.2bil) using Visa International's payment cards in Malaysia last year, representing an increase of 5% from 2001.

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Will RHB Sakura retain lead position?

EVER SINCE RHB Sakura Merchant Bankers Bhd was de-listed from the local stock exchange late last year and taken private, the bank has witnessed a host of management changes. It is a fresh new chapter for the merchant bank but one without two key people #150; former managing director George Ratilal and former owner Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Hussain.