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Ringgit likely to see range-bound trading next week ahead of Bank Negara meeting

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — The ringgit is predicted to commerce range-bound towards the US greenback next week as buyers await the upcoming Bank Negara Malaysia coverage meeting on Thursday, mentioned...

Thai PM and five cabinet ministers survive no confidence vote

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan o-cha and five of his cabinet ministers survived a vote of no-confidence in Parliament right this moment.           Prayuth, who can also be the Defence Minister, comfortably survived...

Media Prima repurchases Balai Berita in Bangsar via its unit Big Event Sdn Bhd

Media Prima Bhd via its unit Big Event Sdn Bhd had entered right into a conditional sale and buy settlement with PNB Development Sdn. Berhad to repurchase Balai Berita in Bangsar...

Didi denies reports that Beijing city is coordinating companies to invest in it

BEIJING, Sept 4 — China’s journey hailing large Didi Global Inc stated in the present day that media reports that the Beijing city authorities is coordinating companies to invest in it...

Cautious trade expected on Bursa Malaysia next week

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — Trading exercise on Bursa Malaysia is expected to be cautious next week as buyers will likely be carefully watching home and international financial developments, with the...

S&P 500, Dow slip as monthly jobs growth slows; tech stocks lift Nasdaq

NEW YORK, Sept 3 — The S&P 500 and the Dow fell as we speak as a slowdown in US jobs growth raised questions concerning the tempo of the financial restoration,...

BAssets sells 0.54% stake in 7-Eleven for RM8.59m

PETALING JAYA: Berjaya Assets Bhd’s (BAssets) wholly-owned subsidiary Berjaya Bright Sdn Bhd has disposed of 6.04 million shares in 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings Bhd for RM8.59 million money through a direct...

Chinese chip giant to invest US$9b in new plant as US ban bites

BEIJING, Sept 3 — China’s greatest chipmaker mentioned at the moment it might invest US$8.87 billion (RM36.8 billion) in a new semiconductor plant in Shanghai, as Beijing is hit by a...

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