NEW YORK: With U.S stocks on track to mark their worst first half of the year in more than 50 years, investors are studying a range of metrics to determine whether the coming months could bring relief, or more of the same.
Income guy is probably without income…negative baseless crap he talks is not what an investor forum is about. The fact is Genting is a recovery stock in a market that is bearish. The worst is over for Genting and add to this TauRX potential then we have a possibility of major uplift in the medium term with low probability of price going lower!
Riaz, I think you probably is in the same league as I am when you accused me of having no income. Your talk is cheap. Can you make Genting price go up??? If you can do that, then I salute Riaz as a Bursamaster FOR ONE YEAR, EVERY DAY I WILL CALL YOU BURSAMASTER. If you can’t do that, then you are also talking craps. JUST BE HUMBLE AND DO NOT BE ARROGANT LAH. Nasib ayam laga terletak di hujung tajinya. Nasib seseorang manusia, Riaz tahukah? Don’t simply accuse people here.
——- Posted by Riaz1954 > Jun 25, 2022 8:15 AM | Report Abuse Income guy is probably without income…negative baseless crap he talks is not what an investor forum is about. The fact is Genting is a recovery stock in a market that is bearish. The worst is over for Genting and add to this TauRX potential then we have a possibility of major uplift in the medium term with low probability of price going lower!
KUALA LUMPUR (June 25): The prospect of a global recession on the horizon is in focus again following the US Federal Reserve’s sharp and unexpected 75-basis-point increase in the Fed funds rate and determination for more hikes.
A pair of U.S. central bankers said on Friday they supported further sharp interest rate hikes to stem rapid price rises, even as investors cheered economic data showing inflation expectations to be less worrisome than initially feared. TheStar25 Jun, 2022
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 (Reuters) - Malaysia is expected to spend 77.3 billion ringgit ($17.6 billion) in subsidies and cash aid this year, the largest amount in history, to help temper the effects of rising prices, its finance minister said on Saturday.
Prices of goods have jumped in Malaysia in recent months due to supply chain disruptions, labour shortages and the impact of war in Ukraine. Food inflation rose 5.2% from a year earlier in May, the highest since November 2011, government data showed this week.
Malaysia is projected to spend 51 billion ringgit on consumer subsidies including for fuel, electricity, and food, assuming that commodity market prices remain at current levels, Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Aziz said in a statement.
The government will also distribute 11.7 billion ringgit in cash aid, and 14.6 billion ringgit in other subsidies, he said.
Malaysia said on Wednesday it would disburse nearly $400 million this month to help households cope with rising food and living costs. read more
Earlier this month, it said an increase in government revenue from rising commodity prices was insufficient to offset an expected spike in subsidy spending this year
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