Najib Razak, Malaysia's prime minister, speaks at the World Economic Forum for Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The meeting will conclude on June 2. Photographer: Charles Pertwee/Bloomberg

Can China’s Investments In Malaysia Benefit Malaysia’s Stock Market?

The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) has been in free-fall against many other currencies for the longest time now but it might reverse very soon. In the recent months, China has been investing in big projects involving the building of ports and rail links in Malaysia, with much focus on the state of Malacca.

Admiral: Infrastructure Plans & Long-term Value Of Real Estate

One feature of Asian cities is its density. Over the same land area, typically an Asian city will serve a larger population than cities in North America or Europe. A major reason for this development is the favourable precedence created by Japan and the Asian Tigers.
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CMC: How Long Can This CNY Rally Last?

A remarkable rally across global equities marked a fresh start to the year 2017. Last year ended with the “Trump rally”, which was catalysed by the president-elect’s ambition to “Make America Great Again”.

CIMB Outlook: 3 Sectors to Focus On As We Enter an Uncertain 2017

2017 is an uncertain year to step into. We are not just referring to the investment outlook, but world politics as well. 2017 will be filled with multiple elections in Europe (Germany, France, and the Netherlands) and major decisions will be made throughout the year (think Trump, Brexit Article 50, Federal Reserve rate hike).

7 Things In The Global Economy To Watch Closely In 2017

There are many things to look out for in 2017, particularly continuations and aftermaths of the happenings in 2016. Here are seven topics that we will look closely at in 2017 and would definitely keep you updated in the new year.


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