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Diary Malaysia 2018 corporate earnings

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of release dates for the quarterly earnings of some top Malaysia-listed companies. (42-0)

Harrowing week for equities, KLCI closes down nearly 20pts on Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Global equities markets had a harrowing week from the fallout on Wall Street and Bursa Malaysia also saw investor sentiment battered while the ringgit lost ground. At 5pm, the KLCI was down 19.62 points or 1.07% to 1,819.82 while its year-to-date gains have whittled to 1.28%. Turnover declined to 2.45 billion shares valued at RM2.67bil.  The broader market continued to stay cautious with decliners beating advancers nine to two or 900 losers to 208 gainers and 312 counters unchanged. (24-0)

Genting Malaysia’s near-term prospects uncertain due to higher costs, says CIMB Equities Research

2018-02-08 themalaymailonline
The logo of Genting Malaysia Berhad seen at Genting Highlands in Pahang December 17, 2013. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 8 — CIMB Equities Research says it believes the near-term outlook of Genting Malaysia could be clouded by the higher costs as it maintains its FY17-19F earnings forecasts. (5-0)

Mixed views on market selldown

Volatile market: A punter watching trading boards at a private stock market gallery in Kuala Lumpur. The FBM KLCI closed 24.23 points up yesterday after falling 40.62 points Tuesday. — AP (26-0)

Broad selling across Asian, European markets, KLCI dn 17 points

KUALA LUPUR: Asian and Europeans equities markets fell on Monday as investment sentiment was impacted by higher US bond yields and worries the US Federal Reserve could hike interest rates. At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 17.41 points or 0.93% to 1,853.07 but off the early low of 1,845. Turnover was 2.66 billion shares valued at RM2.84bil. Decliners beat advancers more than five to one or 966 losers to 167 gainers and 290 stocks unchanged. (17-0)

Malaysia’s top 40 richest people

LAST year was dotted by the return of higher commodity prices and better economic growth. The world’s economies on average are back in business as growth rates and trade have started to improve once again after some period of uncertainty caused by a cooling China economy and also the slump in global crude oil prices. (145-1)

South-east Asia mostly up, Singapore falls after four sessions of gains

2018-01-25 themalaymailonline
Vietnam stocks rise as much as 2.5 per cent to its highest since May 2007 after a two-day closure due to technical issues. — File picSINGAPORE, Jan 25 — Most South-east Asian stock markets rose today in line with broader Asia, while investors awaited US President Donald Trump's speech in Davos amid worries about global trade wars. (22-0)

KL shares higher at opening

2018-01-25 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 — Shares on Bursa Malaysia were slightly higher at today’s opening on mild buying support. (13-0)

SC: Only 7of top 100 listed companies have all-male board members

The SC said in a statement that the seven remaining companies were Affin Holdings Bhd, Alliance Bank Bhd, Batu Kawan Bhd, Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd, Genting Plantations Bhd, Genting Malaysia Bhd and UOA Development Bhd. Currently, the SC and the 30% Club Malaysia have been actively engaging the companies. (15-0)

All-male board only in seven top firms, SC says as women power up in 2018

2018-01-21 themalaymailonline
A study by Khazanah Research Institute found that Malaysia ranked 106 out of 144 in the region in terms of women participating in the workforce. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — The lipstick squad is off to a great start this year with the Securities Commission (SC) announcing today that there are only seven public- listed companies in the top 100 nationwide that still have an all-male boardroom. (13-0)

Genting Group tops list of cash-rich companies

A healthy cash position is an important indicator to evaluate whether a company’s financials are sound to withstand any unforeseen shocks. (14-0)

Bursa closes lower on selling sentiment

2018-01-18 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Bursa Malaysia ended lower today, hurt by continued selling pressure in heavyweights and industrial product counters, amid mixed sentiment in Asian bourses, dealers said. (18-0)

Bursa rally continues

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian stocks continued to rally on sustained buying interest, driven by an upcoming general election (GE) in the country and the strengthening of the ringgit. (18-0)

Strong ringgit, strong fundamentals

2018-01-05 themalaymailonline
Malaysia continues to rake in good economic numbers, bolstered by rising oil prices, with analysts and international organisations agreeing that GDP growth will trend above the five per cent level. — Picture by Ahmad ZamzahuriKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 6 — The strengthening of the ringgit against the US dollar to break the psychologically significant 4.0 level to US$3.99 — a 16-year high — is testimony to the strength of the Malaysian economy. (15-0)

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