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Bursa Malaysia's Q3 net profit declines to RM50m

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia's net profit fell 2.7% to RM50.19mil in the third quarter ended Sept 30, 2018 from RM51.60mil a year ago.

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Eyes on who replaces Tajuddin

Preference is to appoint someone with experience to run Bursa M’sia

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Bursa changes sectoral index and classification

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has changed its sectoral index and classification that will pave the way for more investment products such as exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

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Bursa Malaysia enhances sector classification, sectoral indices

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has enhanced the exchange’s sector classification and sectoral indices, including introducing five new sectors to align its sector classification with internationally recognised standards.

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Chasing the future, without losing sight of reality

Comment by Tajuddin Atan
“THE parable of the Ox”, written by John Kay, refers to a story about a statistician who in 1906, noticed that at a county fair game where people guessed the weight of an ox, the average of all their guesses ended up being very close to the animal’s exact weight, as revealed by a pair of scales.

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Innovation – it’s about creating opportunities

THE 20th century was an era of innovation. But it can be argued that its single greatest innovation, the moving assembly line, appeared in 1913.

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Investor protection comes from culture, not a rule book

“GREED is good” says Gordon Gecko, a fictional character from the movie Wall Street.

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The evolution of capital market ecosystems in a challenging world

WHEN I was young, I used to wander around the old Pudu market. My Cochrane schoolmate’s father was on the municipal council managing it. It was a thriving market that served buyers and sellers of all shapes, sizes and economic ability.

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Protectionism versus liberalisation

Comment by Tajuddin Atan
PROTECTIONISM versus liberalisation.

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Competition can make us better

COMPETITION is a fundamental driver of progress. Generally, people don’t move forward on their own, they require an external force to inspire, motivate and to benchmark themselves against. It comes in many forms, like direct competition, a challenging business climate, or the ever shifting consumer wants, needs and desires. If the competition is motivating, inspiring and tough, the harder we try to beat it.