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PETALING JAYA: As public listed companies (PLCs) begin to embrace virtual general meetings post-Covid-19, the Minority Shareholders Watch Group (MSWG) has called for the appointment of independent moderators.
LONDON: Shares in China Pacific Insurance Co (CPIC) rose on their London market debut on Wednesday, in a boost for a stock exchange link-up between Britain and China designed to improve investment and trade relations between the countries.
LONDON: Most London-listed companies that transferred pension obligations to insurance companies saw their share prices rise by up to 3% more than sector peers in the six months after completing the deals, a report showed on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Islamic financial sector is expected to sustain double-digit growth to reach almost RM3 trillion in 2020 under the second Capital Market Masterplan, according to Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar
JAKARTA (Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia’s economy is expected to contract sharply in the second quarter this year as trade data show that both exports and imports nosedived in May amid a coronavirus-induced global economic slowdown.
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PETALING JAYA: Following the surge in Covid-19-related disclosures recently, Bursa Malaysia has cautioned all listed companies to avoid using “exaggerated”, “flamboyant” or “overstated” words in disclosures on Covid-19 related investments to prevent unwarranted price movements.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Listed companies that are taking advantage of business opportunities arising from the COVID-19 pandemic must ensure that they give factual, accurate, relevant, and up-to-date disclosures to Bursa Malaysia, with the information presented in a clear and balanced manner.
HONG KONG: Private equity investors are seeking Chinese companies to take private in the hope they can snap up bargains amid the coronavirus-related sell-off, but the banks that help find such deals are proving less keen to finance them.