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IFC plans ringgit Islamic notes

INTERNATIONAL Finance Corp (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, intends to raise up to RM500mil through ringgit-denominated Islamic securities.

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Fed unwinding a sign of confidence in world economy

THE decision by the US Federal Reserve to start unwinding its US$4.2 trillion of bonds, despite inflation remaining low, is a sign of confidence in the growth prospects of the world economy.

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Ringgit back in favour among global funds

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit, Asia’s worst-performing currency, is starting to come back into favour.

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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.

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Ringgit sukuk outperforming

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s ringgit sukuk are outperforming as their relatively higher yields offset the outlook for a weaker currency.

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Global investors are losing patience with Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: A year after Malaysia’s historic election, public euphoria surrounding the new government has evaporated. And investors are losing patience too.

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Thai banks keen on Malaysian ringgit bond issues -

Thai banks and companies plan to issue ringgit-denominated bonds in Malaysia to diversify funding sources and lower funding costs after seeing strong interest in such a bond issue by Krung Thai Bank, the Nation reported, citing a top executive of CIMB Thai Bank.

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IPP bonds hang in the balance

Independent power producer (IPP) bonds may face default within five years if there is no re-negotiation of power-purchase agreements (PPAs).

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RM43bil raised from capital market

TOTAL net funds raised from the capital market in 2004 continued to be significant, albeit slightly lower at RM42.7bil after accounting for redemptions, compared with RM50.4bil raised a year earlier.