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MBf Capital and CASH get SC nod for revamp

FINANCIALLY troubled MBf Capital Bhd has received approval from the Securities Commission (SC) for its proposed restructuring scheme that includes a 40-to-1 share capital reduction, asset acquisition and a reverse takeover by Perfect Utilisation Sdn Bhd (PUSB).

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Analysts rate United Plantations highly

WHEN the crude palm oil (CPO) market is firm,it is not just the prices of plantation stocks that reflect the good news.

Business

Goldman tops ranking

MORGAN Stanley, Merrill Lynch Co, and J.P. Morgan Chase Co, which dominated takeover advisory work in Singapore during 2001, saw their business slump more than 95% last year as volume shrank three-quarters.

Business

Lessons learned from the market

The stock market is in a way, the epitome of the school of hard knocks, writes YEOH KEAT SENG.

Business

Chao Group strategy lies in disciplined investment, sustained growth

THROUGHOUT its history, the Chao International Group, led by founder Datuk T.T. Chao has aimed for disciplined and sustained growth, coupled with strong customer focus and long-term profitability.

Business

Fighting the Bears

Will it hurt to look at the stock market in 2003? What are the stocks worth putting your money in?

Business

How high can it go?

ASK around.It is a foregone conclusion that the local stock market is currently not too far off its lowest ebb. The mostpertinent question is how high can the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (CI)go in 2003?

Business

UOB stockbroking subsidiary buys rival company

SINGAPORE#8217;s largest stockbroking group, UOB-Kay Hian Holdings Ltd, is acquiring the brokerage business of one of its smaller rivals, J.M. Sassoon Co Pte Ltd, as the city-state#8217;s broking industry consolidates.

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Accounting for glamour

From the glitzy world of entertainment to sports, forensics, IT and the environment, accountants are much sought after.

Business

BHP Billiton CEO makes surprise exit

The world#8217;s largest diversified mining group, BHP Billiton Ltd/Plc, announced the surprise resignation of chief executive Brian Gilbertson yesterday, citing #8220;irreconcilable differences#8221; with the board. Its executive director Chip Goodyear, known for his rigorous financial analysis, was appointed as the new CEO with immediate effect.