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RHB Unit Trust sees higher sales

RHB Unit Trust Management Bhd is targeting total sales of RM650mil for the financial year ending June 30, up from RM500mil last year.

2004 looking good for new share offerings on strong economy

INITIAL public offerings (IPOs) should do better this year given that the economy is expected to expand faster than it did last year. At the same time, the shorter time-to-listing is seen to reduce market risks quite significantly.

AmInvestment plans more fixed income funds

AMBANK Group's unit trust arm, AmInvestment Services Bhd, plans to launch more fixed income funds this year to take advantage of the current low interest rate and the volatility in the equity market.

Analysts: More M&As likely this year

With 2004 expected to be yet another good year for the equity market, more companies are expected to be involved in merger and acquisition (MA) exercises.

Bonds to remain vital source of funding

TODAY we feature three CEOs whose hallmark is professionalism. They are Datuk C. Rajandram of Rating Agency of Malaysia (RAM), Datuk Krishnan Tan of IJM Corp Bhd, and Dr A. Hapiz Abdullah of DuPont Malaysia Sdn Bhd.

A mood of optimism prevails

On this Christmas Day, our CEO Outlook features three entrepreneurs who have reasons for good cheer. They are Tan Sri Chua Hock Chin of Road Builder Bhd, Datin Irene Gan of Reliance Pacific Bhd, and Datuk Liu Thim Soon of Dancom Group.

Strong fourth quarter heralds IPO recovery

B>LONDON:/BProspects for a recovery in global equity market activity next year look promising after a pick-up in initial public offerings (IPOs) towards the end of 2003, according to preliminary data released by financial information provider Dealogic.

More active KLSE in 2004 as foreign investors shift to equity

A lot more activities can be expected in the stock market next year as local and foreign investors' interest is being shifted from the bond into the equity market, according to Pheim Unit Trusts Bhd chief executive officer Phua Lee Kerk.

Small-cap stocks still the favourite

In the second and final part of a discussion on the stock market for 2004 with I>StarBiz/Iassistant news editor I>JAGDEV SINGH SIDHU/Iand reporter I>ELAINE ANG/I>, the two fund managers - KLCS Asset Management executive director/chief investment officer Connie Ong and Fortress Capital Asset Management chief executive officer Thomas Yong - together with three research heads - AmResearch executive director Gan Kim Khoon, OSK Research's Pankaj Kumar, and KN Kenanga's Seow Choong Liang - tell us just what type of stocks they are looking at.

Good year ahead for KL market

A SHIFT in liquidity to the equity market from the bond market and possible inflows of foreign funds would likely lead to a better KLSE performance in 2004, said Pheim Unit Trusts Bhd (PUTB) chief executive officer Phua Lee Kerk.