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Market laggards play catch-up

Market laggards will attract cautious investors who want to participate in the upward momentum of the global bourses, including Bursa Malaysia, but are worried about external factors, said Aseambankers head of research Vincent Khoo.

Business

Texas Instruments first quarter earnings fall 12%

DALLAS (AP) - Chip maker Texas Instruments Inc. reported a 12 percent drop in first-quarter earnings Monday but said it had recovered from an inventory glut and predicted solid growth in the coming months.

Letters

Tolerance in schools

Writes AHMAD ZAKI DATUK ISMAIL,Petaling Jaya.

Business

Stock market is more resilient

A foreign analyst is of the view that the Malaysian stock market had matured over the years.

Business

US economy seen expanding modestly

NEW YORK (AP) - The U.S. economy should expand only slightly in coming months as it continues to lose steam, a gauge of future growth showed Thursday.

Business

Adex grows 8.3% in first quarter

Advertising expenditure (adex) in Malaysia grew 8.3% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2007 compared with the previous corresponding period.

Other Sport

Fergie confident United will lift title after win over Blades

Sir Alex Ferguson is confident his Manchester United squad will hold their nerve to close out the Premiership title battle after watching them edge closer to the finishing line with a clinical win over struggling Sheffield United.

World

Scientists say Amur leopard close to extinction

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Logging, building, farming and poaching have virtually killed off the Amur Leopard, environmentalists said on Wednesday.

Business

Advertising revenue grows 8.3% in first quarter

Advertising expenditure (adex) in Malaysia grew 8.3% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2007 compared with the previous corresponding period.

Business

Asia economies may ease in first half

Growth of Asian economies is expected to ease in the first half this year, in tandem with the slowing of the US economy, said CIMB head of economic research Lee Heng Guie.