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Posted by GorengHealthcare > 2021-03-05 11:41 | Report Abuse

blood bath Glove tech consumer even penny. Better stay safe inside HLBANK.

Posted by supersinginvestor > 2021-03-05 13:50 | Report Abuse

Yes hlbank is super bank ..super growth ..buy n hold..sure goodies on the way..so long no goodies from hlbank


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Posted by gemfinder > 2021-03-08 23:40 | Report Abuse

Hold tight tight


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-03-13 23:40 | Report Abuse

The Fed could be a catalyst for bonds, and that could drive growth stocks in week ahead


~ The bond market is once more the wild card for the stock market. It could rein in any gains in tech or growth stocks if yields continue to rise in the week ahead.

~ The Federal Reserve meets Tuesday and Wednesday. While it’s not expected to take any action, it could be a catalyst for a move in yields.

~ Value and cyclicals could continue to lead the market, as investors bet the vaccine rollout and fiscal stimulus will help the economy’s reopening.

Bonds could be volatile in the week ahead. If yields go higher, that could make it difficult for big tech and other growth stocks to gain traction.

Rising bond yields have been challenging growth stocks. Names like Apple, Tesla, and Amazon have been lagging as investors move to cyclical groups that do well in an economic recovery. Even so, the S&P 500 and the Dow both closed at record highs Friday, while the Nasdaq Composite was lower.

The Nasdaq, home to big tech, did gain 3% in the past week, but it is down 5.5% over the last month.

The bond market in the coming week will likely take its cues from the Federal Reserve, which meets Tuesday and Wednesday.

The central bank is expected to give a nod to much better growth. Bond pros are also watching to see whether Fed officials will tweak their interest rate outlook, which now does not include any rate hikes through 2023.

Fed ahead

“The markets have way too high expectations around what the Fed is going to do or say,” said Gregory Peters, head of multi-sector and strategy at PGIM Fixed Income. “I think the message is going to be consistent.”

He said Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is likely to sound dovish and is unlikely to give any time frames on when the central bank will change its bond-buying program or other policy.

Bond yields, which move opposite price, have been rising on an improving outlook for the economy.

That trade also showed up in the stock market, with the Dow up 4% for the week to end Friday at a record 32,778. Consumer discretionary stocks, which include retail, were among the best performers, up 5.7%, boosted by optimism that individuals will spend their $1,400 stimulus checks.

Yields were higher Friday after President Joe Biden said all adults would be eligible for a vaccine by May 1. The 10-year Treasury yield touched a high of 1.642% — its highest level in more than a year.

It is the key rate to watch since it affects mortgages and other consumer and business loans.

“The economy is going to be unbelievably strong this year — deficit spending, reopening, vaccines,” said Peters of PGIM.

“It looks like for next year, all the numbers are being revised higher,” he said. “So this thing could have some sustainable growth, so I think there’s going to be pressure on rates moving higher.”

Bond yields rose sharply over the past month. The rapid pace of the move has made stocks jittery as investors adjust to higher rates. The 10-year Treasury yield was at 1.16% on Feb. 12.

Growth vs. cyclicals

Over the last month, energy stocks have risen nearly 20%, financial stocks are up 10.2%, and industrials are up 7%. The S&P technology sector is down 5.4% over the last month, and communications services, which includes internet names was up 0.8%.

Higher rates are a challenge for tech and other growth stocks because those shares are expensive and have high price-earnings ratios.

“When rates are very low, valuations don’t matter to people,” said Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer at Bleakley Global Advisors.

“If rates are low, there’s no penalty,” he said. “If rates start to go up, people become much more sensitive to valuations, and that’s what we’ve seen here.”

Scott Redler, partner with T3live.com, follows short-term stock market technicals and trades many of the growth stocks. Lately, however, he’s found himself sitting in many value names and cyclicals.

## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/12/the-fed-could-be-a-catalyst-for-bonds-and-that-could-drive-growth-stocks-in-week-ahead.html


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-03-13 23:41 | Report Abuse

Seem like market next week will continue uptrend...



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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-04 12:24 | Report Abuse

Covid vaccinations hit another record, average now above 3 million daily


~ The U.S. is now administering more than 3 million new Covid vaccine shots daily, based on a seven-day average of CDC data.

~ On Saturday, the public-health agency reported a record 4.1 million new doses were given.

The U.S. reported on Saturday another daily record of new Covid vaccine doses administered, pushing the weekly average of new shots per day above 3 million, according to data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The public-health agency on Saturday reported 4.1 million new doses were given, the highest daily mark since the Food and Drug Administration cleared vaccines for emergency use late last year.

About 104.2 million U.S. residents, or 31% of the population, have received at least one vaccine dose, according to the CDC, while 59.9 million people, or 18% of the population, are fully vaccinated. Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines require two doses for full immunity protection; Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine, which received limited clearance in late February, is a single-shot regime.

Three-quarters of U.S. residents who are age 65 and older have received at least one vaccine dose, CDC data shows, providing crucial protection against the disease to a vulnerable group of Americans. As of March 31, nearly 81% of the country’s Covid deaths have occurred in people age 65 and up.

The rise in daily vaccine doses administered comes as available supply increases and eligibility is expanded across the nation. In states such as Texas, Kansas and Ohio, all residents age 16 and older are now able to get the vaccine.

The vaccine milestone Saturday arrives against a somewhat mixed picture for coronavirus cases and deaths in the past week. The country’s seven-day average of new daily infections sits at 64,617, up 6% compared with a week ago, according to a CNBC analysis of Johns Hopkins University data. Cases are growing in 26 states, plus Washington D.C., CNBC’s analysis shows.

However, the U.S. weekly average of new deaths per day is down 12% to 847.

President Joe Biden has urged the country to continue remaining vigilant around coronavirus spread despite significant progress on the vaccine rollout. “Too many Americans are acting as if this fight is over,” Biden said Friday. “It is not.”

Also on Friday, the CDC said people who have been fully vaccinated against Covid can travel at “low risk to themselves,” while still stressing the need to wear a mask and maintain physical distance.

“We continue to encourage every American to get vaccinated as soon as it’s their turn, so we can begin to safely take steps back to our everyday lives,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said in a statement that accompanied the guidance change. “Vaccines can help us return to the things we love about life, so we encourage every American to get vaccinated as soon as they have the opportunity.”

## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/03/covid-vaccinations-hit-another-record-average-now-above-3-million-daily.html


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-04 12:24 | Report Abuse

New Life...New World...



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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-05 08:47 | Report Abuse

U.S. says 165 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine been administered so far

(April 5, 20212:17 AMUpdated 6 hours ago)

(Reuters) - The United States has administered more than 165 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country as of Sunday morning and distributed nearly 208 million, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Sunday.

That is up from the 161,688,422 vaccine doses the CDC said had gone into arms by Saturday out of 207,866,645 doses delivered.

The agency said 106,214,924 people had received at least one vaccine dose, while 61,416,536 people have been fully vaccinated as of Sunday.

The CDC tally includes two-dose vaccines from Moderna Inc and Pfizer/BioNTech,, as well Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine as of 6:00 a.m. ET on Sunday.

A total of 7,742,126 vaccine doses have been administered in long-term care facilities, the agency said.

## https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-usa-cdc/us-says-165-million-doses-of-covid-19-vaccine-been-administered-so-far-idUSKBN2BR0LV


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-05 08:48 | Report Abuse

Very encouraging campaign...


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Posted by Bgt 9963 > 2021-04-05 08:58 |

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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 07:30 | Report Abuse

Dow climbs 370 points to close at a record high amid optimism on the economic recovery


U.S. stocks climbed to record highs on Monday as a strong bounce in U.S. job growth and solid data in the services sector raised expectations for a swift economic recovery from the pandemic.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 373.98 points to 33,527.19, a record closing high. The S&P 500 gained 1.4% to 4,077.91, also hitting a new record close. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite also climbed 1.7% to 13,705.59.

The Labor Department reported Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 916,000 in March, the highest since August 2020, while the unemployment rate fell to 6%. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones were expecting an increase of 675,000 and a jobless rate of 6%.

Meanwhile, a measure of U.S. services industry activity soared to a record high in March. The Institute for Supply Management’s non-manufacturing activity index jumped to a reading of 63.7 last month, the highest level in the survey’s history.

“A ‘Capital V’ recovery that is in the early innings,” said Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity’s chief market strategist. “The only thing that could stand in the way would be another shutdown of the economy to contain new Covid-19 strains or a policy mistake by the Fed. Neither appear imminent.”

Tesla shares popped more than 4% as the electric vehicle company reported production and delivery figures that broadly beat expectations.

GameStop shares cut their double-digit losses and closed down about 2% after the video game retailer said it may sell up to $1 billion worth of stock.

Classic reopening plays like airlines and cruise operators outperformed. Delta Airlines and United jumped more than 2% each, while Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Line gained 4.7% and 7.2%, respectively.

Bond yields, whose sudden advance spooked some investors in recent weeks, continued to ease. The 10-year Treasury yield fell slightly to 1.71% on Monday.

“We expect equities and other risk assets to be supported by the new nominal — a more muted response of government yields to stronger growth and higher inflation than in the past as central banks lean against any sharp yield rises,” Wei Li, global chief investment strategist at BlackRock, said in a note.

The stock market is building on its recent strength after President Joe Biden introduced his multitrillion-dollar infrastructure proposal, which focuses on rebuilding roads, bridges and airports, expanding broadband access and boosting electric vehicle use and updating the country’s electric grid. The plan will be funded partly by a hike in the corporate tax rate to 28%.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Monday pushed for a global minimum corporate tax in an effort to keep companies from relocating to find lower rates.

However, Biden’s plan faces opposition among Republicans as the $2 trillion plan includes initiatives that they say extend beyond traditional infrastructure issues.

Republican Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri on Sunday urged the Biden administration to pare back the package to roughly $615 billion and concentrate on physical infrastructure such as roads and airports.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said last week that Biden’s plan would not receive Republican support and vowed to oppose the broader Democratic agenda.

On the pandemic front, the U.S. reported another daily record of new Covid vaccinations Saturday, pushing the weekly average of new shots per day above 3 million.

## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/04/stock-market-futures-open-to-close-news.html


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 07:30 | Report Abuse

Really strong recovery road...


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 10:18 | Report Abuse

Fundstrat’s Tom Lee explains why he expects a ‘face-ripper rally’ in April


~ “I think there’s a level of surprise coming in April because we already had a strong finish beginning Wednesday of last week,” Fundstrat’s Tom Lee told CNBC on Monday.

~ Lee said he believes the S&P 500 could rally roughly 3% by the end of the month.

Tom Lee said Monday he expects the stock market’s strong start to April to continue throughout the month as part of what he’s previously dubbed a “face-ripper rally.”

The co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors made his case in an interview on CNBC’s “Fast Money,” following the S&P 500′s 1.4% gain Monday to notch a record close of 4,077.91.

“Institutions raised almost $200 billion of cash since the start of the year, so they’ve turned quite cautious, and they’ve been fading or selling their tech and growth holdings but they’ve only just begun to nibble on the ... epicenter [stocks],” said Lee, whose firm considers those to be companies that were among the hardest-hit in the pandemic but stand to gain from the economic recovery.

“So, I think there’s a level of surprise coming in April because we already had a strong finish beginning Wednesday of last week. It’s really three days of strong rallies and history shows this is really building up to be what could be a, potentially, S&P 4,200 before the end of the month,” Lee said.

The broad equity index reaching that level would represent roughly 3% upside from Monday’s close.

Additionally, Lee said it would make the April rally “something that is both really strong but, more importantly, quite a big surprise for institutions.”

As for what happens after a so-called face-ripper rally, Lee said there could be a period of choppy trading.

“I think if the S&P does in fact rally strongly this month at a time when institutions are sitting on so much cash and there’s so much skepticism on this market, we could see a big chase and that could mark the high for the year,” he said. “I wouldn’t say that’s our base case, but yes, we would have to consolidate these gains.”

## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/05/fundstrats-tom-lee-expects-a-face-ripper-rally-in-april.html


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 10:18 | Report Abuse

Always trust reliable international fund manager...


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 20:51 | Report Abuse

IMF increases global growth forecast and says a way out of the crisis is ‘increasingly visible’


~ The latest round of fiscal stimulus in the U.S. along with the vaccine rollouts across the world have made the Fund more confident about the global economy this year.

~ The latest forecasts suggest the United States is well placed to experience a solid economic recovery in 2021, in contrast to what’s expected for most of the world, where many economies are likely to take longer to return to their pre-crisis levels.

LONDON — The International Monetary Fund is now expecting a stronger economic recovery in 2021 as Covid-19 vaccine rollouts get underway, but it warns of “daunting challenges” given the different rates of administering shots across the globe.

On Tuesday the group said it expects the world economy to grow by 6% in 2021, up from its 5.5% forecast in January.

Looking further ahead, global GDP (gross domestic product) for 2022 is seen increasing by 4.4%, higher than an earlier estimate of 4.2%.

“Even with high uncertainty about the path of the pandemic, a way out of this health and economic crisis is increasingly visible,” Gita Gopinath, the IMF’s chief economist, said in the latest World Economic Outlook report.

The latest round of fiscal stimulus in the U.S., along with the vaccine rollouts across the world, have made the fund more confident about the global economy this year.

“Nonetheless, the outlook presents daunting challenges related to divergences in the speed of recovery both across and within countries and the potential for persistent economic damage from the crisis,” Gopinath also said.

The IMF estimated a 5.1% GDP rate for advanced economies this year, with the United States growing at a pace of 6.4% in 2021.

Meanwhile, the forecast for emerging and developing economies is 6.7% in 2021, with India expected to grow as much as 12.5%.

“Within-country income inequality will likely increase because young workers and those with relatively lower skills remain more heavily affected in not only advanced but also emerging markets and developing economies,” Gita warned, while also adding that lower levels of female employment is exacerbating disparities too.

As a result, the IMF said that governments should continue to focus on “escaping the crisis” by providing fiscal support, including to their healthcare systems. In a second phase, “policymakers will need to limit long-term economic scarring” from the crisis and boost public investment, for instance.

“Without additional efforts to give all people a fair shot, cross-country gaps in living standards could widen significantly, and decades-long trends of global poverty reduction could reverse,” Gopinath warned.

Recovery in the U.S.

The latest forecasts suggest the United States is well placed to experience a solid economic recovery in 2021, in contrast to what’s expected for most of the world, where many economies are likely to take longer to return to their pre-crisis levels.

The positive assessment for the U.S. is highly driven by President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus rescue package, which entered into force last month.

As such, unemployment in the United States is expected to fall from 8.1% in 2020 to 5.8% this year and then again to 4.1% in 2022, according to the latest IMF projections.

Back in February, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the U.S. could return to full employment in 2022. “There’s absolutely no reason why we should suffer through a long slow recovery,” she told CNN at the time.

The IMF’s latest forecasts confirm that the U.S. is on track to not only return but surpass its pre-Covid levels this year.

“Among advanced economies, the United States is expected to surpass its pre-Covid GDP level this year, while many others in the group will return to their pre-COVID levels only in 2022,” Gita said.

## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/06/imf-world-economic-outlook-april-2021-global-gdp-to-hit-6percent.html


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-06 20:52 | Report Abuse

Global economy driven by US & China upcoming...


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-07 22:18 | Report Abuse

JPMorgan’s Dimon Says ‘This Boom Could Easily Run Into 2023’

(April 7, 2021, 6:10 PM GMT+8Updated on April 7, 2021, 9:39 PM GMT+8)

Jamie Dimon said he’s optimistic the pandemic will end with a U.S. economic rebound that could last at least two years.

“I have little doubt that with excess savings, new stimulus savings, huge deficit spending, more QE, a new potential infrastructure bill, a successful vaccine and euphoria around the end of the pandemic, the U.S. economy will likely boom,” the JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer said Wednesday in his annual letter to shareholders. “This boom could easily run into 2023.”

Unprecedented federal rescue programs have blunted unemployment and averted further economic deterioration, according to Dimon, who said banks entered the crisis strong and able to help communities weather the storm. While lenders also benefited from U.S. stimulus, they built up buffers against future loan losses and performed well in stress tests, he said.

Dimon also pointed to U.S. consumers, who used stimulus checks to reduce debt to the lowest level in 40 years and stashed them in savings, giving them -- like corporations -- an “extraordinary” amount of spending power once lockdowns end. The latest round of quantitative easing measures will have created more than $3 trillion in deposits at U.S. banks, a portion of which can be lent out, he said.

It could all add up to a Goldilocks moment, according to Dimon, where growth is fast and sustained while inflation ticks up gently. Threats to that outcome include virus variants and a rapid or sustained jump in inflation that prompts rates to rise sooner.

At 65, Dimon is the most prominent executive in global banking, serving as a spokesman for the industry while leading a titan of both Wall Street and consumer lending. He’s run the company since the end of 2005, and is the only CEO still at the helm after steering a major bank through the financial crisis.

The 65-page letter (plus a page of footnotes) is Dimon’s longest yet, following last year’s abbreviated one that came less than a week after he returned to work from emergency heart surgery. As always, it is wide-ranging, touching on topics from financial regulation to China to inequality and institutional racism.

## https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-07/dimon-says-fintech-and-big-tech-are-here-as-banks-lose-ground?srnd=premium-asia


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-04-07 22:19 | Report Abuse

Global market is booming soon...

Posted by FakeVaccines > 2021-04-15 08:10 | Report Abuse

World covid cases 800k !!!!!
india 200k !!!!!!
Break new high soon
malaysia also keep raising!!!
Wave 4 coming!!!
Vaccine is useless???????????????

Run run run

Bluechip recover stock Crash soon

Posted by FakeVaccines > 2021-04-15 08:11 | Report Abuse

better don’t touch Recover stock now
SHARK will leave soon


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Posted by kaitan > 2021-04-21 20:37 | Report Abuse

keyman, seriously can u keep your posts short, you're killing the forums. Bet no one actually reads it.


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Posted by jonathanhui > 2021-05-27 18:12 | Report Abuse

good performance today


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Posted by :-) > 2021-05-29 06:31 | Report Abuse

How full MCO


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Posted by Jeffreyteck > 2021-07-03 10:52 | Report Abuse

At last something...announces enhancements to Covid-19 facilities for SMEs. When authority is rich, they won't feel the pain of those in needs. That's life.

Waiting for new chief of fin regulator while ex chief family may be busy reconcile overseas accounts to make sure no unknown money bank in.


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Posted by RedEagle > 2021-08-15 14:28 | Report Abuse

Dukacita dimaklumkan bahawa YBhg Datuk Seri Ahmad Zaini Othman, Presiden dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif MBSB Bank telah kembali ke Rahmatullah pada 15 Ogos 2021, 6 Muharram 1443.

Marilah bersama-sama kita membaca ummul kitab Al-Fatihah. Semoga rohnya dicucuri rahmat dan ditempatkan di kalangan orang yang beriman.


We are deeply saddened on the passing of YBhg Datuk Seri Ahmad Zaini Othman, MBSB Bank's President and Chief Executive Officer on 15 August 2021, 6 Muharram 1443.

Let us recite the Al-Fatihah and pray that his soul will receive blessings from Allah S.W.T. and that he is placed among the pious.

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Posted by Bgt 9963 > 2021-08-27 08:56 |

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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-08-30 10:03 | Report Abuse

Foreign buying extends to third week, surges to RM964.3m

(theedgemarkets.com / August 30, 2021 09:42 am +08)

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 30): Foreign buying of Malaysian equities extended for the third week and surged to RM964.33 million last week, from a paltry RM6.71 million the prior week.

In its weekly fund flow report today, the MIDF Research team said as the market reopened last Monday, foreign investors were net buyers amounting to RM6.7 million.

Meanwhile, it said local institutions bought RM19.16 million net of local equities, with retailers as net sellers to the tune of RM25.86 million.

The research house said foreign investors were net buyers every day of the week.

It said the largest foreign inflow was recorded last Thursday to the tune of RM310.79 million, while the inflow of RM6.7 million last Monday was the smallest.

“As for retailers, they were net sellers every day of the week except on Monday.

“The largest net selling by retailers was recorded last Tuesday and the smallest net selling was on Friday to the tune of RM48.43 million and RM16.88 million respectively.

“Cumulatively, for the week, retailers net sold RM113.96 million worth of equities on Bursa Malaysia,” it said.

MIDF said that meanwhile, local institutions recorded cumulative weekly net selling to the tune of RM850.37 million.

It said local institutions were net sellers every day of the week, with the largest net selling on Thursday to the tune of RM290.41 million.

Since the beginning of 2021, cumulatively, retailers were the only net buyers of the local equity market to the tune of RM9.46 billion.

Local institutions and foreign investors were net sellers to the tune of RM4.46 billion and RM5 billion respectively.

“In terms of participation, retail investors, local institutions and foreign investors recorded weekly movements of -3.82%, 9.89% and 16.82% respectively in average daily trade value (ADTV),” it said.

## https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/foreign-buying-extends-third-week-surges-rm9643m


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-08-30 10:04 | Report Abuse

Great news...foreign funds coming back...

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Posted by loh > 2021-09-02 10:42 | Report Abuse

growth company

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Langkawi To Welcome Local Tourists As ‘Pilot Project’ Starting 16 September
Published 2 days ago September 2, 2021


Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2021-09-04 10:53 | Report Abuse

The government has agreed to open the tourism sector in several destinations under the ‘travel bubble‘ programme based on a list of conditions.
As reported by Utusan Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said, for a start, Langkawi Island was chosen as a pilot project to be reopened to local tourists on Malaysia Day, 16 September.
“We are pleased to inform that through the meeting, we agreed to open the tourism sector in several destinations under the “travel bubble” programme based on the conditions set. For a start, Langkawi Island has been selected as a pilot project to reopen to local tourists starting 16 September,” he said.
He added that it would not be long before other tourist destinations will also be a part of this project.

“Other tourist destinations will be allowed to operate when the locality vaccination rate reaches 80%,” he said.

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Posted by mf > 2021-09-14 22:17 | Report Abuse

Dow Jones 34,769.473 -100.16 0.29%
Nasdaq 15,094.61 -10.976 0.07%


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Posted by stockraider > 2021-09-18 15:59 | Report Abuse

No good loh!

Alot msian jealous of banks make money thus they are robbing the bank by forcing them to give interest free exemption loh!

Luckily the Govt, EPF & the bumiputra funds are big investors in banking stock loh!

That means coming EPF & ASB dividend payout will be going to be lowered mah!


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Posted by Keyman188 > 2021-09-20 16:09 | Report Abuse

Do you realize today banking sector very steady despite KLCI -17++ pt !!!...



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Posted by masterus > 2021-10-14 17:10 | Report Abuse

Analysis: Debt ceiling crises sharpen scrutiny of U.S. safe-haven status

Debt ceiling raises concerns about US safe-haven status
US dollar share in cbank reserves at lowest in 25 yrs - IMF
Euro issuance in ESG markets helps euro status - bankers

Posted by CakapSohaiThings > 2021-10-15 22:15 | Report Abuse


Dow Jones Financial breaks new high again!!

Posted by MorningGlory123 > 2021-10-27 15:37 | Report Abuse

watch out, 22.00 coming


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Posted by Intrinsic99 > 2021-11-02 21:37 | Report Abuse

Why nowadays so many fxxker iddiots keep on spamming all the forum?

Why 3iii administrator never take action to suspend this fxxker iddiot account?

Posted by oskchoon > Nov 2, 2021 8:36 PM | Report Abuse 

This September quarter Hartalega EPS is only 27 sens and it is paying 35 sens dividend , did you find any tech company paying like this, only Glove counters dividend yields are the highest compared with other industries even better than banks, Plantation, Banks or tech companies..

Posted by Business101 > 2021-11-22 18:25 | Report Abuse

Maybe they are i3adminstrator also.

Posted by Kon Lim Chai > 2021-11-30 08:18 | Report Abuse

1st Q EPS hit historical high and no exceptional item, price up just matter of time.


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Posted by troy88 > 2021-12-01 09:40 | Report Abuse

Good QR. Well done.

Posted by supersinginvestor > 2021-12-01 18:43 | Report Abuse

Good bank. Nice earnings...


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Posted by tollebunsmith > 2021-12-02 09:00 | Report Abuse

Then i will addreess snakes KClow/supersinginvestoras sifu.... else they are always snake liar...yes

Snake supersinginvestoras is a snake. hahaha

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