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Onshore financial market activities continue to operate effectively

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian onshore financial markets activities continued to operate effectively during the first week after the general election, recording a healthy daily average FX transaction volume of US$15 billion...

Fiscal deficit target within reach

PETALING JAYA: With the pressure mounting to narrow the country’s fiscal deficit to below the projected 3% of the gross domestic product (GDP) level for this year, some economists are optimistic the Pakatan Harapan gover...

Ringgit slips further as US yields continue to rise

KUALA LUMPUR:– The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar on lack of buying momentum and with interest in the greenback following higher US bond yields, a dealer said. As at 9 am, the local unit was quoted at 3.9710...

Perodua to fully reimburse GST in cash

KUALA LUMPUR: Perodua will fully reimburse the goods and services Tax (GST) to customers who purchase a new Perodua vehicle ahead of the zero-rated GST implementation on June 1. The car maker said this reimbursement was...

More vibrant stock market

The first five days of the market since the new Pakatan Harapan government took over has been exciting to say the least. While volatility ruled the market, it was undeniable that suppressed bullish undertones were surfa...

Eye On Stock, Malaysia Buiding Society

MALAYSIA Building Society Bhd  (code: 1171) spiked on the first day of the past trading week, which saw it hit a resistance of RM1.24 before gravitating to a lower close of RM1.19. The surge in share price saw the co...

Stocks on a high

AS expected, the stock market had a relatively wild ride on Monday, its first day of business following the momentous 14th General Election (GE14). It stabilised quickly after that, finishing the week marginally higher....

Ringgit falls early Monday, most in 18 months

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s ringgit declined as markets reopened after former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad led the opposition coalition to a surprise election victory last week, raising concerns over campaign prom...

KLCI steadier after falling 40pts early Monday Read

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips fell more than 40 points early Monday when the stock market resumed trading after Pakatan Harapan's shocking victory in last Wednesday's defining 14th General Election. The KLCI fell 40 points a...

CIMB sees risks to Proton turnaround plan

KUALA LUMPUR: There may be potential risk to Proton's turnaround plan if the new government plans to review the Proton-Geely partnership, said CIMB Equities Research. The research house also said it is wary about the ca...

Stocks and ringgit in the spotlight

PETALING JAYA: Nervy investors will be paying close attention to stocks on Bursa Malaysia and the ringgit in the aftermath of Pakatan Harapan’s stunning victory at the 14th General Election (GE14). The financial markets...

Mahathir’s surprise return set to test ringgit traders’ resolve

KUALA LUMPUR: The surprise comeback of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s former prime minister who once imposed capital controls, is likely to halt a rally in Asia’s best-performing currency amid concerns pro-growth re...

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