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Business

Profit surge makes Kulim a CI performer

WITH 2002 being a favourable year for world commodity markets, many plantation companies have been benefiting from the surge in crude palm oil prices. Thus, it comes as no surprise that many are putting aside a larger cash horde to reward shareholders.

Business

Stocks up despite bleak job data

Stocks closed slightly higher on Friday as investors shrugged off early worries about dismal jobs data, while bonds rallied on the view that interest rates will remain low for months to come.

Business

Esso has seen better times

MOTORISTS can probably testify that putting #147;a tiger into their tank#148; will drive them many miles ahead but, alas, long-term investors hoping for the same sort of mileage with Esso Malaysia Bhd shares since 1990 may feel seriously underpowered today.

Nation

Ling: Practise healthy competition

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik has urged the shipping industry to practise healthy competition and comradeship rather than deploying #8220;value destroying#8221; tactics to outdo each other.

Business

Arresting the declining dividend rate

Arresting the declining dividend rate BizWeek will run a series of articles, written by EPF's investment division, every fortnight. With funds exceeding RM190 billion, the keeper of the people's money is keen to tell its story on many pertinent issues related to investments.

Business

MAS hits turbulence after smooth flight

The year 1990 was I>Visit Malaysia Year/I>. Planeloads of tourists were arriving and Malaysia Airlines (MAS), being the national carrier, was enjoying brisk business.

Nation

Country’s padi harvest rises by 50%

Padi farmers in the country are enjoying a bumper harvest this season with yields increasing by about 50%, bringing them a step closer to the country's target of producing 10 metric tonnes for every hectare.

Education

The journey of lifelong learning

When you are teaching a group of learners who have to travel far and wide just so they can attend their Saturday lectures for the next three to four years, your motivation level, as an educator, must be twice as high as theirs, writes AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN of Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak.

Business

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.

Business

Guinness Anchor generous with dividends

THE most attractive thing about Guinness Anchor Bhd is its dividends. How most analysts regard Guinness is simple: Looking at the yields is enough. Investors get good returns and anything extra like share price appreciation, is a bonus.