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Maybank’s new fund focuses on HK and Singapore

Risk-averse investors now have the opportunity to cash in on the robust growth outlook of Asian economies, which are expected to continue to outperform the US economy over the next four years.


Selling pressure on blue chips dampen KLCI

The KL Composite Index (KLCI) fell below 1,400 points for the first time this month as blue-chip stocks succumbed to sustained selling pressure for the second straight day.


Stocks to watch this year

As the KL Composite Index (KLCI) shot past 1,500 points yesterday, I>StarBiz/Itakes its annual look at which stocks are the must-haves for the year.


Booming market for structured investment funds

The market for structured investment funds is booming, as the buoyant stock market fuels investors' appetite for more sophisticated products with higher return potential and better risk management.


China’s RM1 trillion IPO

STOCK market bull runs have tended to occur after a big build-up of cash savings by the public. In China, household savings exceeded US$2 trillion in the banks, creating a perfect setting for the market rally.


CIMB-Principal set to achieve RM19bil funds

CIMB-Principal Asset Management Bhd is on track to achieve its targeted RM19bil in total funds under management by year-end, compared with RM15bil last year.


Malaysia remains a good market for equities

Malaysia remains a sweet spot for equity investments in Asia despite the likelihood of the US slipping into recession due to the subprime loan crisis and the anticipated drop in private investments, according to JPMorgan.


Bank of China denies report on subprime loss

Bank of China Ltd, the country's largest foreign exchange lender, denied a report that it may have a 3.85 billion yuan (US$508mil) loss this year from investments in US subprime loans.


Temasek full-year profit falls Shin, lower gains dampen result

Temasek, which owns stakes in Barclays, Standard Chartered, and Chinese banks, said full-year profit fell 29%, hit by Thai telecoms firm Shin Corp and lower divestment gains.


World stocks hit another high

World stocks hit another all-time high yesterday as investors set aside worries about the credit market to focus on corporate earnings and a solid global economic backdrop.