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SINCE 2014, the Malaysian stock market appears to be trapped in a curse, looking at how the main blue-chip and small-cap indices have struggled unsuccessfully to scale back to their previous record-high levels.
Last week, this column highlighted five key elements that will dictate global markets and of course these global economic factors, which are universal, will also have an impact on the local economy in general and more specifically, the financial markets.
PETALING JAYA: The revival of infrastructure projects such as the Mass Rapid Transit Line 3 (MRT3) and the KL-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR), should they happen soon, could provide a ray of light amid the gloomy outlook for the construction sector.
KUALA LUMPUR: IJM Corp Bhd’s shares are higher in early trade Thursday, after it reported earnings that were broadly in line with expectations.
PETALING JAYA: The revival of key infrastructure projects is a given, albeit the uncertainty of timing, with the KL-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR) project and the mass rapid transit line 3 (MRT3) to be back on track, given the advanced stages of rollout, says AllianceDBS Research.
LOOKING back on the less than two years Pakatan Harapan served as the federal government, there were many successes, as well as evident weaknesses in the way the coalition governed the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI fell below the 1,500 support level in Monday morning trade amid the political uncertainty shaking investor sentiment, and is looking towards its next support at 1,470.
IT is not too far fetched to say that the local bourse is rather fixated with the flow of foreign fund net outflows and that has actually been one of the key reasons for the market’s underperformance this year mainly due to missed earnings expectations as well as rich valuations.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian construction sector, a key harbinger of economic growth, has borne the brunt of weak business sentiment and lack of building jobs in the market.PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian construction sector, a key harbinger of economic growth, has borne the brunt of weak business sentiment and lack of building jobs in the market.