‘Explain investment plans’
DATUK Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has asked the government to state clearly its actions to get consistent returns after disposing of some of the national strategic assets.
Your next vacation may be virtual
As populations age, tourism hotspots get more crowded, and overseas travel becomes less sustainable, ANA and its competitors are betting that they can make money by...
Bursa Malaysia stays higher at mid-day
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 ― Shares on Bursa Malaysia stayed higher at mid-day today in line with regional peers, as sentiment remained positive over the strong overnight performance of Wall Street and Eu...
Bursa Malaysia ends lower on profit-taking
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 — Bursa Malaysia ended lower, weighed down by profit-taking in selected heavyweight stocks and waning optimism over the latest round of the US-China trade negotiations, said a d...
Bursa Malaysia in the red at mid-day
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 — Bursa Malaysia remained in the red at mid-day today in line with regional peers, as optimism over the latest round US-China trade negotiations begins to fade.
Bursa Malaysia ends on firm note across the board
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 14 — Bursa Malaysia ended on a firm note across the board, tracking the gains on regional bourses, amid optimism on the latest round of the US-China trade negotiation, said a deale...
Bursa Malaysia remains firm at mid-day
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 14 — Bursa Malaysia remained firm at mid-day today, in line with regional peers’ performance and optimism of the latest round US-China trade negotiation.
TPM set to house AI park
PETALING JAYA: G3 Global Bhd and its partners have secured a piece of land in Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) to build their iconic artificial intelligence (AI) park...
Stocks in Asia to Advance After Trade Progress
(Oct 14): Asian stocks looked set to start the week with gains after signs of progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations lifted U.S. equities Friday and sent Treasury yields higher, though sentiment ma...
‘New loans for old debts not ideal’
SEREMBAN: The government’s proposal to increase next year’s budget by another RM19.5bil to RM297bil is worrying if the prices of commodities such as crude oil and palm oil remain depressed, says Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan.