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Umno Youth chief Dr Akmal Saleh
Set up RCI to give Najib due justice, urge Umno youth
SHAH ALAM - Umno Youth urges the government to establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to give...
The ringgit is likely to trade on a bullish bias next week, below the RM4.40 level within the 4.3925-4.4175 range against the US dollar, said an analyst.
Ringgit likely to trade on bullish bias within the 4.39-4.41 range next week - Analyst
KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit is likely to trade on a bullish bias next week, below the RM4.40 level...
Economists are projecting a better outlook for the ringgit in the second quarter (Q2) of 2023 amid the country's relatively resilient economic outlook.
Ringgit tipped to extend recovery, to end Q2 at 4.35
KUALA LUMPUR - Economists are projecting a better outlook for the ringgit in the second quarter (Q2)...
In a statement today, Sapura Energy said the full-year results for FY2023 are showing noteworthy progress in its efforts to regain operational stability.
Sapura Energy's net loss for FY2023 narrows to RM3.20 billion
KUALA LUMPUR - Oil and gas services provider Sapura Energy Bhd’s net loss for the financial year...
Kenanga Research foresees that Bank Negara Malaysia has reached the end of its monetary tightening cycle and will keep the OPR unchanged at 2.75 per cent for the rest of the year.
BNM expected to hold OPR till year-end but has room for 25bps adjustment - Kenanga Research
KUALA LUMPUR - Kenanga Research foresees that Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has reached the end of its...
Property recovery is slow as expected due to higher interest rates and higher housing prices as building materials like steel and cement spiked exacerbated by the lack of foreign labour.
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Malaysian economy on the move amid challenges
SHAH ALAM - Malaysia's economy is headed for a positive yet cautious outlook for 2023 with a...
The ringgit is likely to remain within a tight range against the US dollar next week ahead of Bank Negara Malaysia’s annual report on March 29, said an economist.
Ringgit likely to be in tight range against greenback ahead of BNM annual report
KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit is likely to remain within a tight range against the US dollar next week...
MIDF Research raises 2023 inflation forecast to 2.5 per cent due to higher food prices
KUALA LUMPUR - MIDF Research has slightly raised its headline inflation projection by 0.2 points to...
The collapse of Terraform Labs last year wiped out about $40 billion of investors' money and shook global crypto markets. - AFP
US charges Korean Crypto fugitive after reported arrest in Montenegro
WASHIGTON - Fugitive South Korean cryptocurrency entrepreneur Do Kwon, accused of orchestrating a...
The ringgit was traded slightly lower against the US dollar in the early session today as some investors took advantage of the weaker greenback, dealers said.
Ringgit slightly lower against US dollar in early session
KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit was traded slightly lower against the US dollar in the early session...
Senate titan Dianne Feinstein dead at 90
EU's Mediterranean leaders meet on migration
Asian Games: Another bronze for Shah Firdaus, this time in Keirin
Turkish scholar goes on trial in absentia
Prosecution lists 13 reasons in appeal petition against court's decision to acquit Muhyiddin
Musa Hassan weds Qistina Lim
The wedding ceremony was shared on Faceook by Mohammad Izzat Hassan through several pictures of the couple, family and guests present. - Facebook
Man lives in a car, uses 90 per cent of salary to pay off RM1 million debt
Ariff shared his life living in a car for the past year on social media.
Three bodies found stacked, tied in a room - Police
Allaudeen showed a photo of two Sri Lankan men being tracked down by the police to aid the murder investigation.
Malaysia must be prepared for Disease X, says virology expert
Pix for illustration purpose only. - FILE PIX
‘Pensions are a thing of the past, abolish them’ - KJ
Khairy stressed that the abolition should be done as soon as possible because any delay will continue to affect the nation's finances.
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