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Focus turns to cyclical stocks

GIVEN the growing optimism on the economic front and better earnings visibility, investment analysts and strategists think now is the time to increase exposure to cyclical stocks that are sensitive to economic health.

Unite for sake of party, leaders told

MCA leaders and members have been advised to put aside their differences and support activities organised by the party at all levels.

Bouncing back from adversity

Why do some people bounce back from life#8217;s setbacks stronger than before, while others never recover? Researchers who have studied resiliency now have some answers.

Pak Lah: We’ll keep our doors open

MALAYSIA will confront globalisation and liberalisation by keeping its doors open, and not by retreating behind walls of protectionism, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Rural postings help to build character

From JOY QUAH Puchong

Activist: Crammed homes cause social ills

Crammed homes of large families may be among the causes of social ills, such as incest and domestic violence, a family development activist said.

Understanding the mind of youths

IT USED to be that suicides occur predominantly among the elderly, but increasingly, young people are also taking their own lives.

Reading the news behind the news

News reports are more than laundry lists of reported incidents, but even laundry lists are subjectively compiled. In some cases, error or disinformation has led to the misreporting of recent events. BUNN NAGARA writes.

Put aside selfish political interests, Abdullah advises Umno members

Umno members have been told to put aside selfish political interests and place priority on unity for the party to remain in power. Deputy Umno president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said 'anything' could cause disunity among party members, such as jostling for positions, unfounded accusations, failing to get business opportunities and incitement by the opposition.

Prof: We have our own set of problems

Malaysians may live in relatively peaceful conditions, unlike the Iraqis who are now suffering from the horrendous aftermath of war, or other communities throughout the world who are stricken by ethnic strife or natural disasters.