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Malaysia's economy grewstrongly by 7.3% in the fourth quarter last year, beating an average forecast growth of 6.5% by most economists.
Public Bank Bhd, the country's second largest lender, aims to maintain double-digit loan growth this year.
MOST real estate investment trust (REIT) managers are confident that the Malaysian REIT industry will remain resilient and a minimum yield of 6% is achievable this year despite a looming recession in the United States.
Prospects of strong corporate earnings growth in Malaysia this year remains brightpartly because some sectors are insulated from the impact of the US economicdownturn. Fund managers, analysts and companies surveyed by StarBiz agreecorporate earnings growth will remain in positive territory in the next two years despitethe volatile global market and uncertain economic outlook.
Malayan Banking Bhd's (Maybank) net profit fell 7.7% for the second quarter ended Dec 31, 2007 as higher loan growth failed to offset lower income from investments and losses from trading activities.
While Asian companies seek a partial de-coupling from the US economy, those that have re-coupled with emerging markets will be able to drive revenue growth. US companies themselves do not want to be de-coupled from Asia.