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2015/07/05 00:50
2015/07/05 00:50
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When rating agency Fitch revised its outlook for Malaysia from negative to stable, many expected the ringgit, which has been at a 10-year low, to strengthen immediately. But economic fundamentals...
2015/07/05 00:50
2015/07/05 00:50
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2015/07/03 07:49
2015/07/03 07:49
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Energy Brent was traded 0.26% lower at US$61.91 at 2.31pm Forex The ringgit was down 0.175 to 3.7815 at 2.56pm Top foreign storiesNew opinion poll shows Yes vote slightly ahead in Greece: A new...
2015/07/02 11:21
2015/07/02 11:21
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Saudi economy accelerates in Q1, may not be sustained By Andrew Torchia DUBAI, July 2 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's economy accelerated in the first quarter of 2015, showing the world's top oil...
2015/06/29 14:26
2015/06/29 14:26
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An East Texas couple was issued the first same-sex marriage license in Smith County on Monday morning. On Friday Smith County courthouse, following a Friday Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex...
2015/06/29 10:37
2015/06/29 10:37
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Women’s participation in labour market increased last year, report says Published: 29 June 2015 5:33 PM Women are being employed at a higher rate than men in the country according to a Labour Force...
2015/06/26 14:48
2015/06/26 14:48
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The Supreme Court has reversed a 6th Circuit District Court decision and legalized same-sex marriage with a 5-4 decision, saying that the 14th Amendment requires marriage licenses to be issued between...
2015/06/26 04:35
2015/06/26 04:35
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Ulu Papar folks repeat stand: Scrap the Kaiduan Dam project Kota Kinabalu: Villagers in Ulu Papar are worried about their future in view that the State government is still bent on pushing the...
2015/06/24 10:37
2015/06/24 10:37
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Income gap between rich and poor states went up in 2 years, says think tank A study by Institut Rakyat says the median income in Kuala Lumpur is nearly three times more than Kelantan, showing an...
2015/06/23 15:07
2015/06/23 15:07
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KUALA LUMPUR: The median monthly household income for Malaysians in 2014 increased by 11.7 per cent annually to RM4,585 from RM3,626 in 2012. The Department of Statistics Malaysia said this in its...
2015/06/21 18:43
2015/06/21 18:43
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Answers to last week's quiz (#413)Reese Witherspoon graced the stage for Walmart's annual meeting recently. She was the meeting's incredibly perky host who appeared in videos shot in-store and taught...
2015/06/20 19:58
2015/06/20 19:58
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Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his cohorts in the Central Bank and the Finance Ministry plundered the wealth of the country during the tenure of the previous Government, putting the economy in...
2015/06/20 10:37
2015/06/20 10:37
16d
Will Malays be better off without BN? – OMG! Published: 20 June 2015 5:40 PM Winston Churchill once said: “We shape our houses. And then they shape us.” What he meant was, essentially, that our...
2015/06/19 07:49
2015/06/19 07:49
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News Corp to replace Aussie unit CEO: News Corp will replace the CEO of its Australian unit and create a new role of executive chairman to grow the global media company’s business in Asia, one of its...
2015/06/19 05:49
2015/06/19 05:49
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's consumer price index in May rose 2.1% from a year earlier after a new consumption tax was introduced the previous month, data from the Statistics Department showed on...
2015/06/17 00:50
2015/06/17 00:50
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Forex summary The ringgit closed higher against the US dollar and some selected major currencies Tuesday on renewed demand for the domestic unit. - Bernama Energy US crude prices rose on Tuesday as a...
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2015/06/15 06:49
2015/06/15 06:49
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's labour market remained tight in the first quarter of 2015 as the unemployment rate trended lower amid fewer redundancies and job openings, said the Ministry of Manpower and...
2015/06/11 07:49
2015/06/11 07:49
25d
South Korea cuts interest rates to record low: South Korea’s central bank cut its policy rate by 25 basis points to a record-low 1.5%, as policymakers sought to shield a tottering economy from an...
2015/06/11 06:49
2015/06/11 06:49
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The Statistics Department said on Thursday the increase was underpinned by manufacturing (4.1%), mining (3.9%) and electricity (3.0%). “The IPI in March 2015 has been revised to 7.1% year-on-year. In...
2015/06/11 01:20
2015/06/11 01:20
26d
Here, there was one goal per 26,029 fans. But there were no lack of goals scored per spectator in the first games of the Women’s World Cup played in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Moncton and...
2015/06/10 09:50
2015/06/10 09:50
26d
The government is projecting a higher output to the economy despite a lower input, points out Steven Sim. I have highlighted earlier that Prime Minister Najib Razak’s 11th Malaysia Plan was...
2015/07/05 00:50
2015/07/05 00:50
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