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By YEOW POOI LING

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Room for higher earnings

Measat Global Bhd, to grow future revenue, needs to improve on customers' requirements, expand the value-added service business and seek new customer segments and new markets in South Asia and the Middle East, according to Kenanga Research.

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N2N banks on Saudi venture

N2N Connect Bhd's venture to Saudi Arabia is expected to boost the company's net profits over the next three years.

Business

N2N's venture to Saudi Arabia to up net profits

N2N Connect Bhd's venture to Saudi Arabia is expected to boost the company's net profits over the next three years.

Business

Alam Maritim surges on fleet expansion

Alam Maritim Resources Bhd's share price surged to a new high yesterday after analysts raised their target prices for the stock on the company's plan to acquire new vessels.

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New products to bolster Vitrox

Vitrox Corp Bhd is banking on the launch of new products and its regional expansion to fuel growth in the financial year (FY) ending Dec 31.

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Muhibbah to gain from oil and gas

Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd has garnered positive ratings from analysts, for reasons including good prospects of securing Ninth Malaysia Plan projects, growth in the oil and gas (OG) sector and its strong recurring income.

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Analysts positive on most plantation stocks

THE limelight in the stock market is focused on large plantation stocks since last Thursday's Bursa Malaysia announcement that three big plantation companies and six associate companies would merge into a new entity to achieve greater efficiency.

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Analysts: Many pleasant surprises in store

BUDGET 2007 held many pleasant surprises for the investing community, among them a reduction in the corporate tax rate and an unprecedented gross development expenditure of RM44.5bil.

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Record-setting heavyweights lift KLCI

Several big-cap stocks on Bursa Malaysia rose to record highs on Friday and pushed the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) to its highest level since August last year.