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Recent News
  • Stronger ringgit will not harm furniture exports, says Mah

    02:18 | 9/3/18
    The Sun Daily
    KUALA LUMPUR: Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong has expressed confidence that the strengthening of the ringgit against the US dollar will not hamper Malaysia's furniture exports, as the market demand is not waning ... more»
  • Foreign outflows from Malaysia stocks gain momentum

    14:41 | 8/3/18
    The Edge Markets MY
    KUALA LUMPUR (March 8): Foreign selling of Malaysia's stocks accelerated in the past week as the nation's benchmark equity index fell and the Malaysian ringgit strengthened. The 5-day moving average of net foreign outflows accelerated to $11.1 million ... more»
  • One man, one country, one cycle: for the cause of polio eradication

    20:07 | 2/3/18
    The World Health Organization reports Polio cases have decreased by 99 percent across the world since 1988. Yet, even if one child contracts the disease today, the fear of it spreading to 200,000 cases a year lingers. more»
  • VEGOILS-Palm slumps 2.5 pct after India raises import tax

    19:56 | 2/3/18
    Palm hits one-week low of 2,485 ringgit/tonne * Market also down on stronger ringgit - trader * Palm may test support at 2,537 rgt/T - technicals By Emily Chow KUALA LUMPUR, March 2 (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures slumped up to 2.5 percent on ... more»
  • UPDATE 2-Malaysia's Petronas ramps up spending as profit surges

    19:56 | 2/3/18
    The quarterly result helped push full-year profit up 91 percent to 45.5 billion ringgit - marking a second year of profit growth for the sole manager of Malaysia's oil and gas reserves following a two-year profit slump. ‚ÄúPetronas is now in stronger ... more»
  • UPDATE: Telekom Malaysia Guides Stronger Revenue Growth In 2018, 4Q Net Profit ...

    00:26 | 28/2/18
    Nikkei Asian Review
    KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 27) -- Telekom Malaysia, which Tuesday reported a near 80% jump in fourth quarter net profit thanks to currency gains that offset a decline in revenue, guided for a 3.5%-to-4.0% annual income expansion in 2018, powered mostly by ... more»
  • VEGOILS-Palm drops on slow buying from India, unexpected production fall

    20:07 | 21/2/18
    The benchmark palm oil contract for May delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was down 0.24 percent at 2,479 ringgit ($634.02) a tonne at noon, potentially charting a second day of falls. Trading volumes were robust, with 28,265 lots of ... more»
  • The year that went well

    15:37 | 27/12/17
    The Sun Daily
    DID the Malaysian economy perform well over 2017? On several counts, the answer could be a yes. The country's export figures have been encouraging. more»

    14:18 | 12/11/17
    Malaysia Chronicle
    Each Ringgit we lose in trade means the Malaysian Ringgit will be worth that much less. If we lose a billion Ringgit in trade every year, our Ringgit will be definitely worth a billion Ringgit less. more»
  • A unique 'Budget of Inclusion'

    16:22 | 30/10/17
    New Straits Times Online
    Barring major unexpected external shocks - such as a dramatic fall in commodity prices, especially crude oil, natural gas and palm oil; a serious deterioration in regional and global security; and, even malicious speculation on the Malaysian ringgit ... more»
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