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United Plantations gets the best out of people and palm fruit

What does it take to get the best out of people and palm fruit in a plantation? One company shows the way.


Asian shares mostly up, reverse morning losses

HONG KONG: Asian markets mostly rose Friday ahead of a key US jobs report, while Hong Kong reversed morning losses as the financial hub's leaders prepare to meet pro-democracy protestors who have closed parts of the city for the past week.


Asian markets mostly up after Fed minutes

HONG KONG: Asian markets mostly rose Thursday following an upswing on Wall Street, as minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest meeting indicated policymakers were nervous about hiking interest rates too soon.


Maybank pushes KLCI higher

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended the morning session on Wednesday slightly higher, buoyed by Maybank as investors' confidence were dampened due to the political unrest in Hong Kong.


KLCI extends losses, falls nearly 10 points

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI extended its losses on Wednesday's close dragged by IHH and IOI Corp, in tandem with the weaker regional equities as investors were concerned over the global economy.


Asian shares mixed, dollar breaks 110 yen mark

HONG KONG: Asian markets were mixed Wednesday, with Japan's Nikkei giving up earlier gains despite a surprise pick-up in business confidence and the dollar's breaching of the 110 yen level for the first time since 2008.


Asian shares edge up in early trade Tuesday, US$ steadies after drop

TOKYO: Asian shares tentatively rose in early trade on Tuesday, while the dollar steadied after investors locked in some gains overnight on its recent rally.


Global forex market

WE saw spectacular divergence between risk assets and the global economy.


Japanese stocks, US$ shine in early trade Monday

TOKYO: Japanese stocks bounced strongly on Monday and the U.S. dollar held near four-year highs against a basket of currencies, spurred by U.S. jobs data after a week of worries about global growth and geopolitical tensions frayed investor nerves.


Firms flock to China's fast-growing aviation market

ZHUHAI: Global aviation firms flocked to China on Tuesday to show off their wares as economic development and an expanding middle class promise a bonanza in one of the world's fastest-growing aircraft markets.