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KUALA LUMPUR: The Millennials are generally playing a bigger role in investing decisions these days, which could mean changes in the investing environment ahead, says Kenanga Investors Bhd’s executive director and chief executive officer (CEO) Ismitz Matthew De Alwis.(pic)
KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd (KIB), through unit Kenanga Investors Bhd, has launched a first-of-its kind exchange traded fund (ETF) product designed to help investors on Bursa Malaysia protect their portfolio against price swings.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia FBM KLCI index has high potential to recover this year backed by strong gross domestic product outlook and better corporate earnings.
WE are now in September, with the Dow Jones up some 16.53% on a year-to-date basis despite the trade war woes and fears of an impending recession due to the signals being emitted by the inverted yield curve.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s top-performing fund manager is adding to holdings of the nation’s small-cap stocks, betting that a bull-market rally will continue as earnings improve and valuations trail larger peers. Kenanga Investors Bhd favours exporters and builders as the US economy recovers and Malaysia boosts spending on infrastructure, chief investment officer Lee Sook Yee said in an interview.
Stocks on Bursa Malaysia are off to a rocky start in 2015. It’s a continuation of what has been happening late last year when the decline in crude oil prices and the prospects of a better economy and higher interest rates in the US meant that there was an exodus of foreign money from the local stock market.
Dogs get their day out while owners learn what responsible dog ownership is all about at this year's Malaysia Responsible Dog Ownership Day 2008, held again at the Central Park, Bandar Utama.