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Retail sector growth revised higher to 5.3% post-GE14

KUALA LUMPUR: ? Malaysia's retail sector is estimated to chalk up a growth of 5.3 per cent after the 14th General Election and revised from an earlier estimate of 4.7 per cent, said Retail Group Malaysia (RGM) Sdn Bhd Managing Director Tan Hai Hsin.


US$45bil wiped out mostly from Asia bonds, BondEvalue says

HONG KONG: Rising Treasury yields, trade-war concerns and Chinese defaults have wiped out $45 billion since the start of the year in the market value of dollar notes sold by Asian and international borrowers, according to Singapore-based BondEvalue.


Many heave a sigh of relief as things are looking rosy

PETALING JAYA: Traders are smiling again now that business has improved by between 10% and 30% since the zero-rating of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) took effect earlier this month.


Eei Hui blasts mixed doubles pairs for poor performances

NATIONAL mixed doubles coach Chin Ee Hui took all three pairs to task for their poor showing in the Celcom Axiata Malaysian Open.


Ong and Teo pack off Danish second seeds in opening round

KUALA LUMPUR: What a smashing start from national men’s doubles pair Ong Yew Sin-Teo Ee Yi at the Celcom Axiata Malaysian Open.


Asia junk bond rout divides veterans on US$121bil market

HONG KONG: Asian junk bonds have sold off amid defaults and concerns over refinancing risks, dividing veterans on where the US$121bil market is headed.


It’s never comfortable when friends become foes

KUALA LUMPUR: Life is such that friends can become foes. That’s the predicament faced by Malaysia’s top mixed doubles badminton pairs Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying and Goh Soon Huat-Shevon Lai Jemie.


A timely booster

PETALING JAYA: A minor triumph that comes with a major boost.


Default risk in Asia rises

HONG KONG: Asian companies face increased risk of default as politicians in the region accept more corporate failures, adding to strains as refinancing costs climb.


Top rivals in Chong Wei’s way at Malaysian Open

KUALA LUMPUR: Lee Chong Wei has a mountain to climb in his bid to reclaim the Malaysian Open for his 12th crown.