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QBE buys ING’s 50% stake in Aussie venture

QBE Insurance Group Ltd, Australia's largest international property and casualty insurer, agreed to buy ING Groep NV's 50% stake in their Australian venture for A$765mil, part of its plan to double premium income in the Asia-Pacific region.


Return of bargain hunters helps KLCI regain some lost ground

THE Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) managed to regain some lost ground yesterday as bargain hunters emerged to take advantage of the market's oversold position that had resulted from four consecutive days of falls.


MSCI adds six Malaysian stocks to index

MORGAN Stanley Capital International (MSCI) announced yesterday that six stocks - Bandar Raya Developments Bhd, CIMB Bhd, Malaysian Bulk Carriers Bhd, Malaysian Assurance Alliance Bhd, MK Land Holdings Bhd and Transmile Group Bhd - would be added to its MSCI Malaysia Index as of the close of the market on May 28.


Malaysian heads global markets in Japan

Hong Aik Sai, the treasurer of HSBC Bank Malaysia until last Friday starts a new career today as the bank's head of global markets in Japan - the most senior position to be held by a Malaysian in its international network.


Deutsche Post to list banking unit

Deutsche Post, the semi-privatised German postal authority, is to list its banking unit Postbank on the stock exchange on June 21, the heads of Deutsche Post and Postbank, Klaus Zumwinkel and Wulf von Schimmelmann announced yesterday.


Big buyers clamouring for lower price on massive Google IPO

Powerful institutional investors are clamouring to get their usual wholesale price on the blockbuster Google IPO, as the Internet giant's choice to place shares via an unusual Dutch auction threatens their payday.


More measures expected to cool China’s sizzling economy

A ROW of high-rise resort hotels and luxury apartment blocks stretching 18km along the south coast of Hainan Island illustrates just a small part of a very big problem for China.


LG Philips plans US$1bil IPO

LG Philips LCD Co, the world's largest maker of liquid crystal displays, plans to raise more than US$1bil from an initial public offering in the third quarter, to help finance construction of new factories.


China probes construction projects in overheated industries

Beijing broadened its investigations into construction projects in its latest attempt to cool the economy.


Morgan Stanley to trim mutual fund lineup

Morgan Stanley's asset-management unit plans to trim seven retail mutual funds from its lineup, with most of the cuts coming from its municipal-bond fund offerings, according to regulatory filings