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China warrant market back to life

China's warrant market, shut down for a decade, has sprung to life . The Government started allowing the issuance of warrants for share reform purposes last year.


BoCom’s stunning debut raises red flag

Shares in China's fifth largest bank, Bank of Communications, surged a stronger-than-expected 80% on their Shanghai debut yesterday, indicating that investor fervour in China's stock market, especially for newly issued shares, may have gone too far, analysts said.


China Southern places US$1.8bil Airbus plane order

China Southern Airlines Co, the country's second biggest airline, will buy 10 Airbus SAS aircraft valued at as much as US$1.8bil, helping the European company to narrow the gap with Boeing Co in the world's fastest growing aviation market.


Consortia, Khazanah in talks on IDR projects

Several consortia, including one formed by up to six local tycoons, are currently in negotiation with Khazanah Nasional Bhd on development projects in the Iskandar Development Region (IDR).


The yuan-ringgit axis

CHINA'S yuan and Malaysia's ringgit have one thing in common. They are wedded to the US dollar.


A happy customer is a valued customer

MALACCA-BASED automobile trader Ng Ah Tong believes that the best salesmen in the world are not necessarily those who have extensive product knowledge, but who have satisfied customers.


Tokyo stocks close lower Tuesday, US$ down against yen and euro

The Nikkei Stock Average of 225 issues fell 53.17 points, or 0.47 percent, to 11,217.45 points Tuesday. The index lost 29.43 points, or 0.26 percent, on Monday.


Mayban Securities: Peg will stay in place this year

MALAYSIA is expected to keep its currency peg through 2005 as the ringgit's undervaluation is small and China is unlikely to undo its peg, Mayban Securities said.


Shortage of liquidity in China inter-bank market sparks fear

THE shortage of liquidity in the inter-bank market in China has sparked off a fear of “monetary famine”.


Fed chief Greenspan fails to give boost to US$

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's first day of semi-annual testimony to Congress didn't show much of a change in the central bank's policy intentions, but it helped inspire choppy trading that eventually left the dollar little changed to lower