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Bend and not break

THERE is always life after the arena, as Sarina Sundara Rajah, 37, has found. The former national rhythmic gymnast was down and out after suffering from a knee injury at her peak. Fortunately for her, she found coaching a good path to fall back on.

PTPN borrowers listed in CCRIS can buy first home, Bank Negara says

MELAKA: National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) borrowers who have been listed in the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS) have no problems getting a bank loan to buy their first home, says Bank Negara Malaysia.

Quality of university degrees comes into question

IN 2010, there was an adrenaline rush on education stocks on Bursa Malaysia. It was the time when the National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) was virtually the “ticket” for private institutions of higher learning (IPTS) to flourish.

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UUM goes cashless with kiplePay

PETALING JAYA: Communication and technology services company Green Packet Bhd has taken its mobile payment solution to Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) to enable the latter’s 20,000 population to go cashless.

Global Forex Market

THE dollar witnessed a sell-off mid-week after the Fed turned rather dovish during its FOMC meeting — tweaking its dot plot projection to zero hike for 2019 from two hikes back in December 2018, signalling the end of quantitative tightening (QT).

Global Forex Market

THE US dollar softened 0.44% to 96.8 largely owing to an improving risk appetite following the UK averting a “no-deal” exit and progressive trade talks. The market cheered after the Trump-Xi summit is now postponed to next month, signalling strong commitments to seal a deal by both parties.

PTPTN – The case for salary deduction

A steady stream of repayment allows the institution to monetise its loan portfolio and reduce government subsidy for the scheme

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AMID a short working week due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the US dollar closed higher by 0.31% to 96.712 following a stronger appetite for safe-haven assets after the rout in the stock market that saw Dow Jones and S&P 500 tumbling 2.2% and 3.2%, respectively, amid a nosedive in crude oil price.