Positive growth underpinned by 14.5% increase in revenue to RM1.04 billion.
National carmaker expected to be back in the black for the financial year of 2019.
Weaknesses in oil prices also weighed down the ringgit.
Climate change can directly affect businesses and pose a broader risk to financial stability.
US-China trade war are causing a ripple effect on markets worldwide.
Ringgit has a mixed performance among other major currencies.
The collapse of the world's oldest tour company will not have much impact on Malaysian travellers, says Matta.
The government's main agenda going forward is to address the need for more affordable housing and finding the right solutions to the property overhang, says deputy minister of finance, Amiruddin Hamzah.
The residential sub-sector continued to drive the market, accounting for over 60 per cent of total transactions and nearly 51 per cent in terms of value
On a year-to-date basis, international funds have taken out RM7.68 billion worth of local equities from Bursa.
A dealer says US dollar demand would sustain over short-term as markets focus on geopolitical risks.
Facebook says tens of thousands of apps are suspended for a variety of reasons.
Job opportunities will be available across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines over the next four years.
It says drone attack is an escalating risk.
The ringgit traded mostly higher against other major currencies except for the British pound.
The cut in interest rates did not significantly impact the Ringgit today.
Rupee trading in United Kingdom soared to US$46.8 billion in April.
The airline chief wants the next generation of AirAsia leaders to move up.
Further monetary easing by the Fed may give push to ringgit.
The fund has signed a conditional agreement to sell the 277-bed hospital in KL's Golden Triangle to IHH's Pantai Holdings Sdn Bhd.
Axiata could see mergers happening for its Indonesian and Malaysian operations within three to five years.
Oil tensions in the middle east impacts the local note to open slightly lower against the US dollar today.
The gains however, are limited as most investors are cautious ahead of Bank Negara Malaysia’s Monetary Policy Committee meeting today.
Of the 24 economists in a Bloomberg survey, 16 are forecasting the benchmark interest rate will stay at 3%, while eight project a 25 basis-point cut.