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If the past couple of weeks are anything to go by, then we have a real reason to worry about the state of our nation.
IN contemporary bond market economics, inflation is recognised as a key obstacle to achieving investment goals as it erodes the purchasing power of fixed interest payments and, thereby, reduces the market value of conventional bond portfolios, writes Baljeet Grewal, Chief Economist and Head, Fixed Income Research with Aseambankers Malaysia Bhd.
THE first nine months of 2004 represented a prolonged period of uncertainty for regional investors - the US Fed ended four years of loose monetary policy, concerns on a potential hard landing on the Chinese economy, implications of record-high oil prices on the global economy and looming geopolitical risks. Despite a difficult investment environment, Asian investors were well rewarded says Aseambankers Baljeet Grewal.
MALAYSIAN companies may double sales of Islamic bonds this year as demand grows for debt complying with Muslim religious principles, said Aseambankers Malaysia Bhd chief economist and head of fixed income research Baljeet Grewal.
Some months before the last general election, I attended an intimate dialogue organised by a friend who is also a public policy specialist.
IT HAS been a whirlwind September for most Malaysians. We have had three long weekends in a row, celebrated the coronation of our much-beloved King, followed by Malaysia Day and grappling with the haze situation once again, which only going to get worse – according to the experts.
I MUST say, like most Malaysians, I'm relieved we are enjoying a respite from the haze and smog that engulfed our skies over the past couple of weeks.