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HLG upbeat on Dividend Fund

HLG Asset Management Sdn Bhd expects the HLG Dividend Fund launched last Thursday to be fully subscribed by late January, chief executive officer Richard Lin said.

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Investing in global funds

The Securities Industry Development Centre (SIDC)continues its weekly educational series by giving anoverview of what global funds are all about.

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Red-hot copper at record high

The price of copper stormed to a record high yesterday, a day after the red metal surged 3% on relentless fund buying, heading a step closer towards uncharted territory of above US$6,000 a tonne.

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Bursa: Common trading platform will boost derivatives trade

BURSA Malaysia Bhd chairman Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah said the exchange's implementation of a common trading platform by the second quarter of this year will boost the derivatives market.

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Stock market outlook for Q2 improves

Fund managers and analysts are generally optimistic of the stock market's performance in the current quarter. Some believe that foreign inflow of funds may rise although a bit of short-term volatility may be seen during the period.

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Rally offers temporary relief

Stocks rallied in a whipsaw session on Friday as battered share prices and a reassuring outlook from Dell Computer Corp lured investors still grappling with the threat of war in Iraq.

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Stockwatch

Liew Lai Jing writes on Telekom, MRCB, Ranhill, Malakoff and KLK.

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Philippine shares end down Monday

Philippine shares ended lower for the fifth straight session on Monday because of jitters over a possible war in Iraq and bombings in the country's south, traders said.

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IPOs lift KLSE sentiments

THE sharp rise in the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) this year is another good gauge of the buoyant sentiment in the local market.

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Stamps offer investors first class returns

Edward Stanley Gibbons began trading stamps from a small desk in his father's chemist shop in the British seaside town of Plymouth in 1856, 16 years after the world's first postage stamp, the Penny Black, was issued.