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ONE of the biggest phenomena we have observed not only in Malaysia but perhaps the world over is the level of participation by retail investors in the market during the Covid-19 pandemic and very well into the current recovery phase.
Retailers association says sector has not stabilised
Boycotting Goodyear? As the Economist’s Jon Fasman put it: “Goodyear is an Akron-based company that employs 64,000 people. “Urging a boycott seems an odd strategy for someone who wants to win Ohio.”
THE Covid-19 pandemic is still with us. And, appears to be growing rapidly globally.
NOBODY would have guessed that the daily trading volume record on Bursa Malaysia would be broken this year. When the Covid-19 crisis hit, most people were focused on the gloom and doom from the fallout of the pandemic.
SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter on Tuesday for the first time prompted readers to check the facts in tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump, warning his claims about mail-in ballots were false and had been debunked by fact checkers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Like other developers in Malaysia, Eco World Development Group Bhd has found solace in the government-initiated Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) which ends on June 30.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s low-wage environment has forced young job seekers to be willing to work for as low as RM1,715 on average, or about 40% lower than 2017’s national mean monthly wage.
THE Indian central bank’s final tally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2016 demonetisation drive, intended to take money derived from tax evasion out of circulation, showed that 99.3% of outlawed high-value banknotes had been returned. That’s a severe loss of face for officials, who had argued that holders of the cash would rather destroy it than return it to banks, providing a windfall for the government.
KUALA LUMPUR: The new national housing policy 2.0 expected to be announced in September will focus on reducing house prices by lowering the compliance costs.