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Factors favouring KLSE uptrend

A CONFLUENCE of positive indicators is expected to drive the Malaysian stock market higher from its current level.


Azman sees corporate earnings growing 10.3%

AMBANK group chairman Tan Sri Azman Hashim expects corporate earnings to grow by 10.3% next year, following an estimated 17.3% increase in 2003.


More distribution income expected from unit trusts

JUDGING from the improvement in the equity market, coupled with the rise in the volume of shares traded, investors can expect to reap more distribution income (dividends) for unit trust funds this year.


KL market appears poised for another surge

THE country's smooth leadership transition and the listing of Astro All Asia Networks plc next week could set the stage for another stock market surge similar to the one seen two weeks ago.


Aseambankers: Sustained recovery points to stronger H2

RECENT development and sustained economic recovery point towards stronger growth in the second half of 2003, with fiscal expenditure in education, health and infrastructure continuing to support growth, Aseambankers said.


ING upgrades outlook for Malaysian bourse

ASSET management firm ING Financial Markets has upgraded its outlook for Malaysia's equity market and boosted its holding of Malaysian stocks to 9% of its total Asian (except Japan) portfolio from 5% previously.


IPOs lift KLSE sentiments

THE sharp rise in the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) this year is another good gauge of the buoyant sentiment in the local market.


China’s PICC aims for listing in HK

People's Insurance Co of China (PICC), the country's largest property insurer, is aiming for a stock listing in Hong Kong in early November, banking sources said yesterday.


Aim now is to be fully-fledged investment bank

THE creation of fully-fledged investment banks is being actively pursued now that the banking industry has undergone the consolidation process.


Capital guaranteed fund an alternative

INVESTORS seeking to diversify their investment portfolio and higher returns than deposit rates should consider investing in capital guaranteed funds, said Citibank Bhd investment and insurance director Charles Sik.