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FMM cries foul over electricity surcharge

KUALA LUMPUR: The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) is crying foul over the recent electricity surcharge, saying it came with such short notice that industry players, especially exporters, had insufficient time to adjust to the additional cost.


Rafizi: Rise in electricity rates will kill Harapan’s promise to reduce living costs

PETALING JAYA: The Government should review its decision to raise electricity tariffs, as it could “kill” all the benefits of other measures taken by Pakatan Harapan to lower costs of living, says PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli.


Tenaga continues uptrend

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) continued its uptrend momentum from last week and is currently the second top gainer in early trade Monday.


CIMB Research retains Hold for Tenaga at RM16.70

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research is retaining its Hold call for Tenaga Nasional at RM16.70 although the uncertainty arising from the continuity of the imbalance cost pass through (ICPT) has eased. The last traded price was RM14.64.


Bursa Malaysia stages strong rebound, KLCI up 30.58 points

KUALA LUMPUR: A relief came in the form of an end-of-quarter window-dressing activity, which spurred buying momentum and lifted the benchmark FBM Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (FBM KLCI) higher.


Tenaga powers market, KLCI up nearly 30pt

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) powered the stock market higher on Friday as analysts were positive on the government’s move to allow it to implement a surcharge for commercial consumers.


Hoping for Q2 window dressing, KLCI up 11pt early Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: After the battering over the past two months by foreign funds following the Pakatan Harapan-led victory and worsening US-China trade wars, the local stock market advanced as investors clung on to hopes for a window-dressing for the second quarter.

Corporate News

Companies to pay more for electricity from July 1

KUALA LUMPUR: Companies will have to pay more for their power supply from July 1 to December 2018 following the implementation of a surcharge of 1.35 sen per kWh due to higher fuel and generation costs.


Electricity tariffs likely to be maintained

PETALING JAYA: Government-linked companies have come under the spotlight, with the Government saying there is a need to review their role. However, as far as the energy sector is concerned, analysts believe that the Government is committed to carrying out reforms, boding well for Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB).