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If there's one thing that analysts and fund managers agree on in their outlook for 2007, it would probably be the direction of the local market - north bound.
It looks like the Asian Tiger hasn't finished roaring yet. YEOW POOI LING discovers that we're not only looking East for a boost but also to our own Plan to encourage GDP growth.
Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended 2006 on a strong note, with the KL Composite Index finishing at its best level since the 1997 Asian financial crisis.
The year 2007 promises to be another fantastic one for commodities such as crude palm oil (CPO), tin, rubber and timber, the prices of which have been riding high on the global commodities boom.
B>PENANG:/BSwatow Lane roadside hawkers will not be operating their stalls within the new complex at the former New World Park on New Year's Day.
THE increasing number of Malaysian companies listed on foreign bourses is not expected to adversely affect the country's economy and the local bourse, said industry experts.
Christmas treats and year-end bonuses arrived early this year for stock investors as the bull staged a comeback to stock markets worldwide.
PPB Group Bhd stands to reap a comfortable gain from the strategic proposed merger of Kuok Group's plantations, refinery and oil and grains businesses with Singapore-based agribusiness group Wilmar International Ltd.
Plantation companies are expected to undergo further consolidation and merger and acquisition (MA) activities as global demand increases for palm oil, both for food and biodiesel.