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LFE IPO 21 times covered

LFE Corp Bhd#146;s initial public offer (IPO) has recorded an oversubscription rate of 21.05 times.



Yvonne Chong writes on U-Li, NIDF, Atis, MPI an TRC Synergy.


Dominant IPO 107 times oversubscribed

THE public subscription portion of Dominant Enterprise Bhd#039;s initial public offer (IPO) was 107.65 times oversubscribed, MIDF Consultancy and Corporate Services Sdn Bhd (MIDFCCS) said.


MIDF gets nod to negotiate Utama Merchant Bank purchase

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) has received approval from Bank Negara to start negotiations with Utama Banking Group (UBG) to purchase the equity of Utama Merchant Bank Bhd (UMBB).


CI stages dramatic swing

THE relentless surge in oil and gas stock prices locally, coupled with strong gains in regional markets after the yen strengthened, helped the KLSE Composite Index (CI) stage a dramatic 11-point swing yesterday.


July manufacturing sales up 7.3% to RM28b

MANUFACTURING sales increased by 7.3% or RM1.9bil to RM28.1bil in July compared with RM26.2bil in the same month last year, said the Department of Statistics yesterday.


More incentives for growth drivers

MALAYSIAN exporters will likely receive a strong boost in competing at the international level in the form of #147;specific#148; incentives although the range is expected to be smaller in the forthcoming Budget 2004.


MIDF aims to be investment bank, says chairman

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF), which provides a variety of financial services except merchant banking, aims to become an investment bank, said chairman Tan Sri Mahmood Taib.


Takaful making rights issue

SYARIKAT Takaful Malaysia Bhd (STMB) has yesterday signed agreements with Affin Merchant Bank Bhd and three securities firms that would underwrite the Islamic insurer#039;s 7-for-5 rights issue of 77 million new RM1 shares.


Public Bank HK unit offers RM630m for minority shares

Public Bank Bhd#039;s (PBB) 61.4%-owned Hong Kong subsidiary JCG Holdings Ltd has proposed buying out minority shareholders for HK$1.26bil (about RM630mil), or HK$4.61 (RM2.25) per share, and go private.