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SC raps three China-based firms for breaching laws

KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission rapped three China-based companies for various breaches of the securities laws and stated the retention of four directors were prejudicial to public interest.

SC raps China-based CSL, Xingquan and Maxwell for breaching laws

KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission rapped three China-based companies for various breaches of the securities laws and stated the retention of four directors were prejudicial to public interest.

CSL unable to release Q3 results, shares tumble

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of China Stationery Ltd (CSL), which will be suspended next Tuesday, plunged 25% after announcing that it will not be able to release its third quarter results.

Bursa tells China Stationery to provide updates or face suspension

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has issued a directive to China Stationery Ltd (CSL) to take certain actions and announce status updates by Friday. Failure will result in suspension in the trading of CSL’s shares.

Trading volume on Bursa surges on China stocks, foreign buying hits RM100m

KUALA LUMPUR: The turnaround in the fortunes of coal producer Sino Hua-an International helped garner interest in selected Chinese companies listed on Bursa Malaysia which pushed trading to the highest in recent months.

KLCI down, key Asian markets mixed on North Korea worries

KUALA LUMPUR: Investors continued to be jittery about a widening fallout from North Korea's nuclear ambitions and Bursa Malaysia was also not spared when it reopened for trading on Tuesday after an extended weekend break.

CIMB underpins KLCI's late charge

KUALA LUMPUR: Late fund buying of CIMB and other selected blue chips underpinned the FBM KLCI's late rally on Wednesday amid the firmer broader market and capping August on a steady note.

China Stationery to pick lawyer to probe litigation issues

KUALA LUMPUR: China Stationery lTD (CSL) will appoint an independent lawyer to verify if litigation cases filed in China are related to its executive chairman Chan Fung @ Kwan Wing Yin's personal loans or its subsidiaries.