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THE rally in commodity prices will likely cause prices especially of food to go up and with the present focus on growth, not much may be done to control this inflation.
Counters tied to economic performance are back in favour as rebound picks up pace
SINGAPORE: Investors in a Singapore real estate investment trust (REIT) voted down a merger with a larger rival on Friday, in a rare win for shareholder activism in the city-state dominated by retail investors.
THE world’s top producer of refined nickel and palladium is dealing with the aftermath of a devastating Arctic fuel leak that resulted in a record US$2bil levy. It’s among the biggest emitters of acid rain-causing sulfur dioxide.
MORE than half of the big companies on Bursa Malaysia made more profits in the third quarter ended Sept 30 than they did in the same quarter last year.
SINGAPORE: A year-long spat between activist funds and a small real estate investment trust (REIT) over a merger is nearing a climax in Singapore, a battle that could embolden more investor dissent in a sleepy market dominated by retail shareholders.
KUALA LUMPUR: Ranhill Utilities Bhd’s earlier announcement on Wednesday that it will undertake a due diligence exercise on Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd (IWK) has taken a new twist.
NEW YORK: A spike in market expectations for U.S. inflation and a jump in long-dated bond yields have re-ignited a debate about whether sustained price rises may be achievable.
AS members of the Opec+ group struggle to come up with a united view on whether to boost crude oil output or extend production cuts, they should perhaps turn their eyes to Asia, the major consuming and fastest-growing region.