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KLCI continues slide

The local bourse continued to slide with the benchmark KLCI down more than one-percent at close in Monday trade.


KLCI continues uptrend at midday

The KLCI continued its uptrend at midday mirroring rises in regional bourses which snapped a four-day slide after positive data comforted investors that the US economy is recovering.


When KLCI is replaced with new index BCHB will have biggest weightage

KUALA LUMPUR: Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd (BCHB) will emerge as the stock with the largest weightage on Bursa Malaysia once a set of new indices replaces the current KL Composite Index (KLCI).


KLCI closed sharply lower

The KLCI fell in tandem with Asian markets to close sharply lower on Thursday as worries mount about the health of the US economy.


Axiata expects forex gain in April and May

SINGAPORE: Malaysian mobile phone operator Axiata Group Bhd is expected to post foreign exchange gains in April and May, after its first quarter results were hit by forex losses, its chief executive said yesterday.


KLCI down 13 points at midday

The KLCI fell at midday on Thursday led by heavyweights Malayan Banking Bhd, Genting Bhd and Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd.


Axiata focusing on branding, IDD rate cut

KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd is now focusing on its next phase of development into a leading regional multinational corporation involving brand identity and a cut in international direct dialling (IDD) rates.


KLCI down at midday

The KLCI was 15.53 points lower at midday as Asian markets continue its downward spiral.


Asian markets retreat

Major Asian markets retreated to close lower on Tuesday dragged down by weak US economic data and lower commodity prices.


Shareholders are the effective enforcers in corporate governance

KUALA LUMPUR: Active shareholders are more effective than stock market regulators in turning up the heat on public-listed companies (PLCs) over corporate governance issues, say experts.