You have searched for "Maybank IB Research"

Showing 1-10 of 1151

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Maybank falls on dividend worries

Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) sank to a near 4½-year low yesterday on worries about a possible reduction in annual dividends following the bank's recent purchases of stakes in foreign banks.


Maybank slips to two-month low

Malayan Banking Bhd's (Maybank) share price fell to a two-month low of RM6.90 yesterday, after Indonesian financial regulator Bapepam said it might extend the timeframe for the bank to sell down its PT Bank Internasional Indonesia TBK (BII) stake following a proposed acquisition.


Time to consider beta banking stocks as an option?

THOSE who had invested in lower liner stocks over the last three months probably have had a joyous ride while those who stuck to defensive plays were laggards by a mile.


Power demand tied to economy

AS in anywhere else in the world, the demand for electricity in Malaysia is closely tied to the country's economic growth.


BToto’s new game may be a better bet

PETALING JAYA: Gaming group Berjaya Sports Toto Bhd (BToto) may have a 'winning number' in its new lotto game, to be introduced by the end of the year via wholly-owned subsidiary, Sports Toto Malaysia Sdn Bhd, analysts said.


Coming to grips with APs

THE Approved Permit (AP) system to import cars into the country is often a contentious issue, one that even the Government seems to be having a hard time getting rid of.


Market tired of S’gor water sector revamp?

PETALING JAYA: Has the market become tired of the developments, or rather the lack of it, in the restructuring of Selangor's water sector?


Getting the right equilibrium

Rate increase to normalise monetary conditions in Malaysia.


FBM KLCI dips on profit-taking

KUALA LUMPUR: Share prices on Bursa Malaysia yielded to profit-taking after an impressive gains on Monday.


‘Private’ offer boosts Astro price

KUALA LUMPUR: As expected, Astro All Asia Networks plc's share price jumped almost 19% yesterday after its major shareholder offered to take it private at RM4.30 per share.