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Will KNM deal go through?

PETALING JAYA: KNM Group's poor fourth quarter numbers raise the question of whether the buyers would still be willing to go ahead with the plan to buy the group's assets at the indicative price of 90 sen a share.


Analysts: MAS turnaround plan 2 working

PETALING JAYA: The financial performance of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) in the fourth quarter has given analysts confidence that the airline is operationally starting to make a turnaround and its business turnaround plan 2 is working.


Analysts: Ruling allows Astro to recoup RM1.1bil writedowns

KUALA LUMPUR: The tribunal ruling in favour of Astro All Asia Networks Plc pertaining to its dispute with Lippo Group will enable the company to recoup the RM1.1 billion writedowns related to its Indonesian venture, analysts say.


Gradual interest rate rise seen

PETALING JAYA: Benchmark interest rates are set to gradually rise by 25 to 75 basis points before year-end after Bank Negara signalled its readiness to normalise interest rates in due course as a pre-emptive move to prevent the build-up of financial imbalances, say economists.


Delay in state water sector revamp

PETALING JAYA: Pengurusan Aset Air Bhd (PAAB) has submitted a proposal to take over the assets of water concessionaires in Selangor to the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry.


Higher Q1 earnings seen for TNB on strong demand

PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd's (TNB) results for the first quarter ended Nov 30, to be released today, are expected to show improvement in net profit to about RM500mil on the back of stronger power demand.


Tech stocks gain on signs of sector recovery

PETALING JAYA: Technology-related stocks got a healthy boost yesterday after the world's largest chipmaker Intel Corp reported a surprising jump in its profits, signalling that the sector was on strong recovery mode.


Jetstar tie-up a positive development for AirAsia

PETALING JAYA: News of the newly forged alliance between AirAsia Bhd and Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd is seen as a positive development for AirAsia, but investors and analysts remain cautious on the budget airline due to a lack of details on the coalition as well as lingering worries about the aviation industry.


Road toll rate hike coming?

PETALING JAYA: The Government faces a tough decision on toll rates as it seeks a balance between allowing for an increase and absorbing the costs in its upcoming review. There is a growing likelihood that some of the increase in charges might be passed on to consumers as the Government tries to trim its budget deficit, say analysts.


November exports to jump, offer evidence of economic recovery

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's trade figures for November are likely to offer further evidence of economic recovery under way, with exports benefiting from higher commodity prices and sustained demand for consumer electronics goods.