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Stirring the moribund corporate bond market

After a decade of robust growth, the corporate bond market seems to be cooling off. Unleashing the pent-up retail demand for bonds may be one way to go.

South Koreans keen on ringgit bonds

MALAYSIA remains an attractive financial market in the region to raise funds, says RAM Rating Services Bhd deputy chief executive officer Chong Kwee Siong.

KEXIM to price US$100mil of ringgit bonds

The Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM) is expected to price about US$100mil (RM361.3mil) of three-year ringgit-denominated bonds this week, a KEXIM official said yesterday.

IPP bonds hang in the balance

Independent power producer (IPP) bonds may face default within five years if there is no re-negotiation of power-purchase agreements (PPAs).

CIMB chief urges review of IPP windfall tax

CIMB group chief executive Datuk Seri Nazir Razak has urged the Government to review the 30% windfall tax that has been imposed on the independent power producers (IPPs) because of the wider impact the tax will have on the capital markets in the country.

Defer windfall levy

From DR PHILIP TAN, President, Penjanabebas

IPPs’ RM20b bonds may be downgraded with windfall tax

The independent power producers (IPPs) face a possible downgrade of their bonds with the Windfall Profit Levy (Electricity) Order 2008, which came into effect on July 1.

IPPs alarmed over possible windfall levy

Malaysia's independent power producers (IPPs), alarmed over a possible imposition of a windfall profit levy, has strongly urged the government to review and defer the imposition of such a levy which would have far reaching implications for the country and the IPPs

Nor Mohamed: Economy still fundamentally strong

Malaysia's economy is 'fundamentally strong' amid challenges in the external environment, according to Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop.

Board merger to result in more efficient market

Local CEOs are upbeat the proposed unified board would allow second board companies better access to the capital market, facilitate capital raising and further add confidence in the stock market.