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Better earnings seen next year

PETALING JAYA: After a year of a wavering local stock market marred by soft corporate results, Aberdeen Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd expects corporate earnings to improve by 5%-10% next year

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Indonesian bonds eclipse Malaysia’s

KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesia’s bonds have returned three times as much as Malaysia’s this year as policy makers in South-East Asia’s biggest economy embark on the longest easing cycle since the global financial crisis. Government securities in Indonesia returned 18% in 2016, while Malaysia’s rose 5.5%, less than the regional average.

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Cagamas issues RM350m conventional medium-term notes

Cagamas Bhd, the national mortgage corporation, is issuing RM350 million of two-year conventional medium-term notes. It said proceeds from the notes issue will be used to fund the purchase of housing loans from the financial system.

Corporate News

Cagamas RM350mil debt notes yield at 3.42%

KUALA LUMPUR: Cagamas Bhd (Cagamas) is issuing a two-year RM350mil in debt notes to fund the purchase of housing loans from the financial system.

Business

Sector rating downgrades in the pipeline?

PETALING JAYA: Strong signs are emerging for further rating downgrades in the oil and gas (O&G), property and automotive sectors as the economy further moderates amid external headwinds.

Business

Maybank IB is the best for 2nd time

Kuala Lumpur: Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) has been named Malaysia’s Best Investment Bank by Euromoney Awards for Excellence, for the second consecutive year.

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Maybank IB is Malaysia’s best investment bank

Kuala Lumpur: Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) has been named Malaysia’s Best Investment Bank by Euromoney Awards for Excellence, for the second consecutive year.

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Genting share price down due to Brexit

SINGAPORE: Genting Malaysia Bhd, among the Asian companies most exposed to the UK, is finding some investors aren’t prepared to take a chance on its foray into the country’s gaming market after the surprise vote to leave the European Union.

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Better prospects for Petronas as sukuk costs decline, petrol price up

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is enjoying a twin boost as commodity prices rally and Islamic bond costs fall just as it considers borrowing.

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Ringgit gains most in Asia on power assets sale

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rose the most among emerging-market currencies, while stocks and bonds gained, after a debt-ridden state investment company struck a US$2.3bil deal with China to sell its power assets.