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Stotz on global investments

Research analyst shares his view on how he looks at 7,500 firms across Asia and 22,000 in the world to screen for world-class companies.

Analyst Reports

Muhibbah gets revenue in US dollars from three airports

THE oil and gas sector on the KL stock market, dampened by low oil prices and a weak ringgit, may be shunned for the moment, but not Muhibbah Engineering Bhd: it is positioning itself as a beneficiary of the strong US dollar and one of the main sub-contractors for the massive Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (Rapid) project in Pengerang, Johor.

Business

A newborn bull? Bursa Malaysia expected to strengthen in cautious trade

REVIEW: The latest economic data filtered out from China, showing weak manufacturing figures and the big drop in Chinese stocks, drove overnight Wall Street down a hefty 530.94 points to 16,459.75 the previous Friday, its sharpest one-day fall in almost four years in a broad-based sell-off.

Forex

Ringgit down on Fitch downgrade warning

SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies resumed falling on Wednesday as fears over global growth and downbeat factory activity reports drove investors from risky assets including stocks.

Markets

Markets hit fresh turbulence, KLCI below 1600

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s stock market hit fresh turbulence early Wednesday, with the key FBM KLCI falling below the key 1,600 level after the overnight tumble on Wall Street and a fall in crude oil prices.

Business

China fears drive down stocks and oil

NEW YORK: World stock indexes and oil prices slumped on Tuesday as weak Chinese data fueled worries about a slowdown in its economy, the world's second biggest, and sparked more market turmoil.

Markets

Markets on edge as policymakers flex muscles

LONDON: Fresh government intervention to support China's jittery markets and bets on a more dovish stance from central bankers provided limited respite from a stock market sell-off on Wednesday as oil resumed its fal

Business

Oil retreats more than $5 on weak data

NEW YORK: Oil prices plummeted on Tuesday, settling 8 percent lower, as weak Chinese data extended a roller-coaster run that knocked oil to its lowest in 6-1/2 years last week before frenzied short-covering fueled a 25 percent three-session surge.

World

Insight - As Pope visit nears, U.S. Catholic Church faces financial strain

BOSTON (Reuters) - When Pope Francis makes his first visit to the United States this month he will face a national Catholic Church whose finances are staggering under a shrinking membership and huge payouts to sex-abuse victims, threatening to undermine its social influence.

Football

MLS's Garber hopes FIFA maintain hands-off approach to league

MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber hopes that the next leader of FIFA will allow the North American league to continue with its unique business structure and not force it to fall in line with other leagues.