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AFTER the recent euphoria over glove stocks, business writers and journalists tend to compare the market capitalisation of some of these glove companies with other sectors or companies.
COVERED warrants are basically derivatives which are traded in the market and “derive” their values based on the underlying shares that they represen
THE Americans do it. The Malaysians do it. Of course, we are talking about companies announcing share splits or bonus issues.
AS expected, Corporate Malaysia’s second quarter earnings were extremely disappointing as most corporates, other than the glove sector and, to a certain extent, the plantation and technology sectors, were lashed by the tsunami of movement control order (MCO) and recovery MCO period that followed thereafter.
MANY years ago, when it comes to investment yields, one would refer a high-yield investment as a paper that is normally rated below investment grade or corporate bond papers that gave coupon payments with high single-digit or even in excess of 10%.
OVER the past month, most of the retail- and hospitality-based real estate investment trusts (REITs) had announced their quarterly results for the second quarter (Q2) period and the underlying picture is that these REITs are under pressure, brought about by the movement control order (MCO) as well as sluggish growth during the recovery MCO (RMCO) period.
This week’s article is about the real thing that glitters, gold. Of course, some would argue that glove stocks too are actually like gold due to their spectacular run year-to-date.
ONE of the measures to provide some sort of relief for borrowers amid the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the loan repayment moratorium given by the government to borrowers for a period of six months.
BASED on Department of Statistics Malaysia’s (DOSM) recent Household Income and Basic Amenities Report 2019 released on July 10, Malaysia is defined as a nation that falls under the World Bank’s definition of an upper middle-income economy as our gross income per capita of RM45,131 is within the band of US$4,046 and US$12,535. On a per month basis, the gross income translates to about RM3,761.