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2019 – the rise of the quantum era

THE year 2018 was an exhausting one, but it marked the exhaustion of the old neo-liberal order, willingly dismantled by President Donald Trump to the aghast of friends and foes alike.

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Melaka to seek help from Down Under to prevent livestock thefts

THE Melaka government is taking steps to prevent cattle rustling from affecting the local livestock industry, including working with Australia on a smart technology to prevent thefts. 


Duty to disclose conflict of interest

COUNCILLORS at local councils are politically appointed with a few falling under the non-governmental organisation quota.Regardless of this, each councillor is expected to act in the best interest of the people.


Good buying opportunities in Asian equity market

A TUMULTUOUS 2018 has left Asian equities significantly cheaper and presenting selective opportunities, but investors need to tread carefully. Three of Schroders Asian equity managers explain why.


China warnings signal Trump’s trade war finally hitting home

WEAK sales at Apple and Cargill, US giants of technology and agriculture, may be the clearest sign yet that President Donald Trump’s quest to reset world trade carries costs at home and could isolate the United States as the increasingly fragile engine for global economic growth.

Metro News

All about retail investment, money management at fair in Penang

Bursa Malaysia Bhd is kicking off its Retail Invest Year themed “Invest Bursa, Invest in You” tomorrow with a fun and educational cultural-themed retail investor event, “The Marketplace Fair @ Penang”, happening at Setia SPICE Convention Centre, Penang.

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Huawei punishes employees for iPhone tweet gaffe

HONG KONG: China’s Huawei Technologies has punished two employees for New Year greetings sent on the smartphone maker’s official Twitter account using an iPhone, an internal memo showed.


Dutch authorities demand clean-up costs from Swiss shipping line

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch authorities will hold Swiss shipping line MSC liable for the cost of cleaning up debris from more than 270 cargo containers that fell off one of its vessels and washed up on shore, officials said on Friday.


World markets themes for the week ahead

Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and traders in the coming week.


Wall St. rebounds on robust jobs report, dovish Fed remarks

NEW YORK: Wall Street rebounded on Friday to close at its highest in two weeks after a strong jobs report and assurances from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that the central bank would be patient and flexible in steering the course of interest rates