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KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign interest in the Malaysian fixed-income market was subdued in October, with a marginal net outflow of RM541.30mil as investors sought higher risk assets, according to RAM Ratings.
NEW YORK: Two decades ago, when coal ruled US power generation, a Florida utility plowed some of its extra cash into a wind farm atop a desolate Oregon plateau.
KUCHING: Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has refuted DAP's claim that Sarawak will go bankrupt in three years under the ruling Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) coalition.
The upcoming listing of the world’s largest company in terms of market capitalisation and profitability has indeed come at a time when we in Malaysia should perhaps be asking the same question – should we list Petronas on Bursa Malaysia?
BURSA Malaysia’s target of getting 40 new listings next year is commendable. While the local bourse is perceived to be lagging behind its counterparts in countries like Singapore and Hong Kong, there are some facts about Bursa which are impressive.
A letter from CONCERNED TAXPAYER, Kuala Lumpur.
India's dependency on cash may slow the country's transition to digital payments despite large numbers of Internet and mobile phone users.
"Anxious and Uncertain" is coming through a divorce from a husband who used her and had an affair. She wants to move on and start life afresh with her young daughter.
IT IS not uncommon to witness heated exchanges between government and opposition members in the Sarawak Legislative Assembly during question time or debate sessions.
PONTIAN (Bernama): The Tanjung Piai by-election is a good opportunity for Pakatan Harapan leaders to explain to the people the achievements made by the Pakatan government despite the constraints it is facing, says Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.