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A scoreless draw was the last result either Kedah or Perak wanted but that was what they got after their clash on a waterlogged Darulaman Stadium pitch Saturday night.
THE prices of Hyundai-Berjaya Corp Bhd (HBJ) shares and warrants fell sharply yesterday amid concerns over the prolonged takeover negotiations between major shareholder Berjaya Group Bhd (BGroup) and the offeror, Sime Darby Bhd.
The opposition must be dreaming if it feels it can overturn the results of the 2004 general election. These opposition groups are still in denial and could not accept the fact that the people had rejected them. It is time for them to face reality and take the loss on the chin. V.K. CHIN writes.
TECHNOLOGY stocks on the Malaysia Securities Exchange fell for the fourth consecutive day Wednesday as investors, concerned about recent events in the Middle East, took the cue from Wall Street's overnight decline and sold down such shares further.
MALAYSIA has passed the CalPERS test with higher marks than ever before, but a decision on whether America's biggest pension fund will return to the local market is to be taken only next week.
AS the Kuala Lumpur stock market continued its losing streak for a fifth consecutive day Wednesday, with the KLSE Composite Index (CI) shedding nearly seven points to 775, hopes of a rally to take the benchmark back above the 800 level by New Year's Eve are fading fast.
Defending champions Perak maintained their six-point lead at the top of Premier I despite being held to a goalless draw by Sabah at the Perak Stadium in Ipoh, Perak on Tuesday night.