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Record manufacturing sales in September

Manufacturing sales hit a record high of RM36.9bil in September, growing 20.6% or RM6.3bil from RM30.6bil in the equivalent month last year.



Izwan Idris highlights on: Digi.Com, GA Blue, Eksons, Jaks and Lii Hen.


Proton shares rise for 4th day on improved outlook

Proton Holdings Bhd#8217;s share price gained for the fourth straight day on improved outlook for the national carmaker. At the close, the stock was up 20 sen, or 2.3%, to RM8.95 on volume of 395,500 shares.


All mergers under PNB doing well

ALL the merger exercises undertaken by the Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) group of companies have been a success, said chairman Tan Sri Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid.


57 auto-related projects approved

THE Government approved 57 automotive-related projects involving investments totalling RM659mil from January to September this year, Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said.


Exciting times in store for Scomi

OIL and gas drilling fluids specialist Scomi Group Bhd can look forward to exciting times ahead.


Modular: Prospects for smart cards bright

MODULAR Techcorp Holdings Bhd hopes to issue 20 million to 30 million smart cards over the next two years in the wake of heightened awareness on the importance of such technology to offset personal identification and national security issues.


LCTH shares for public portion undersubscribed

THE 30 million LCTH Corp Bhd initial public offering (IPO) shares made available for public subscription have been undersubscribed, according to MIDF Consultancy and Corporate Services Sdn Bhd (MIDFCCS).


Plantation firms swing into action

MAJOR corporate activities undertaken by public-listed plantation companies appear to be in full swing and progressing well this year, with the exception of Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd's stalled merger plan.


Oil soars to record US$50 a barrel

Record high oil prices, which shot past US$50 a barrel yesterday on continued supply disruption worries, have raised some fresh concerns over Malaysia's economic growth and corporate earnings.