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The impact on certain businesses, the self-employed and daily wage earners will be tough
THE Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance (MCCG) was first introduced in 2000 and along with the changing corporate landscape and financial scandals that came along with it, both internationally and locally, the MCCG has evolved to ensure it remains relevant, realistic and adopts the best practices.
HOW does a corporate raise funds from the capital market? As they say, there is more than one way to skin a cat, there is also many ways to raise funds for a listed entity.
THE Malaysia Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the month of March was a surprise as the headline 1.7% reading was ahead of market forecast of 1.6% jump.
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.
WITH so much liquidity being created and along with it an unprecedented rally in asset prices, the special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) space has been one large beneficiary of these flow of monies, as some US$97.3bil (RM402.68bil) have been raised in the US alone for the first quarter of the year, beating last year’s total fund raise of US$83.4bil.
WHEN Bank Negara released the fourth quarter (Q4) and 2020 gross domestic product (GDP) data about a month ago, the Finance Ministry (MoF) too released a report on Malaysia’s economic performance for last year at the same time. One of the interesting data that was revealed in that report was on Malaysia’s debt-to-GDP ratio.