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Maybank falls to 4-year low

Maybank fell to a four-year low of RM7.55 in early trade on Tuesday after announcing its acquisition of a 20% stake in Pakistan's MCB Bank Ltd for noshade size=1 width=50%>


CPO price falls to near 30-day low of RM3,329

Early signs of the US dollar strengthening are prompting a sell-off in commodities, and crude palm oil (CPO) is no exception.


Media Chinese Int’l falls on trading debut

Media Chinese International, the merged entity of Sin Chew, Nanyang and Hong Kong's Ming Pao, fell in early trade in line with the weak market on Wednesday during this trade-shortened noshade size=1 width=50%>


Consumer stocks up midday, TM Int’l down

Blue chips ended the morning session higher in thin trade on Monday, on some fund nibbling on large capitalised defensive consumer stocks and plantations but TM International fell on its debut.


Market gives up gains, AMMB in focus

The market gave up most of its early gains at midday on Friday as investors were quick to lock in gains but AMMB was in focus, surging 5% in active trade.


KLCI crosses 1,300 but eases by midday

The KL Composite Index crossed the psychologically important 1,300 level in morning trade on Thursday on fund buying of heavyweights but the 100-stock index eased by midday on some profit taking.


TM surges 20% to RM3.66 after demerger

Telekom Malaysia's share price surged as much as 20% or 51 sen to RM3.66 in early trade on Wednesday following its demerger while Asian markets shrugged off the overnight fall on Wall Street as oil hit nearly US$120 (RM375) per noshade size=1 width=50%>


TM surges, DiGi falters at midday

Telekom led blue chips higher at midday on Wednesday, while oil and gas (OG) stocks continued to attract attention as crude oil prices continue to climb to record high to nearly US$120 (RM375) per barrel.


SC okayed listing, court hearing Kasitah’s case told

The Securities Commission (SC) approved the revised listing of Perlis Plantations Oil Palms Bhd on the main board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) because 30% of its equity would still remain with a bumiputra company after the exercise, the High Court heard yesterday.


Asian markets retreat, KLCI dips in early trade

Asian markets retreated in early trade on Tuesday, mirroring the decline on Wall Street after Bank Of America's first quarter net profit fell 77% while light crude oil was at the record levels of US$117 (RM368) per noshade size=1 width=50%>