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Food trivia

SHELDON MARGEN and DALE A. OGAR sift through useful nutrition facts that come in quite handy in preparing or eating food.


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Impact of world events on bonds

THE beating of war drums has increased in tempo, sending currents through global financial markets as the likelihood of war becomes imminent.


MAS continues recovery with RM330mil Q3 profit

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS), continuing on its flight path to recovery, has turned in a net profit of RM330.4mil for its third quarter ended Dec 31, 2002. The result was boosted mainly by exceptional gains of RM229.4mil as a result of the airline#146;s widespread asset unbundling (WAU) scheme and RM77mil from the sale of aircraft and engines.


US consumers moan, but still buying homes

B>NEW YORK/B>: US consumers felt their gloomiest in almost a decade in February, unstrung by talk of war and a grim job market, but that did not stop them buying homes at a record pace.


EPF keeps a steady course in sea of uncertainty

By Wong Sulong


Low-wage EPF members may pay more to meet retirement needs

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is considering introduction of a two-tier contribution system under which lower-income members will contribute a higher percentage of their pay into the fund.


Air New Zealand swings back into the black

Air New Zealand swung back into profit in the first half of its current financial year as it benefited from lower costs, a surging kiwi dollar and a major revamp after its near-collapse in 2001.


The fund's (EPF) conundrum

EPF is under pressure to preserve capital yet enhance reutrns. The choices, though, are frustratingly few.


Contrarian view on plantation sector

IT IS not every day that an investment analyst borrows from the work of rock music icon Bob Dylan. So, when a local stockbroking house recently came out with a research report called I>The Times They Are A-Changing/I>, it is noteworthy.