Higher crude price is a positive for Malaysia’s oil and gas revenue.
Rahman succeeds Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz, who relinquished his post to become finance minister.
World's biggest glove makers Top Glove Corp and Hartalega Holdings Bhd lead surge due to global demand during Covid-19 pandemic
Bank Negara says other foreign currency assets amount to US$1,511.9 million
The credit ratings agency says the banks' strong loss-absorbing buffers will help mitigate the rise in asset risk.
The international trade and industry ministry is identifying these Japanese companies.
Oil remains a weak link for local note at below US$40 per barrel.
LTAT which holds the controlling stake in Boustead has reportedly received approval for a loan to finance the deal.
This opens the doors for the likes of Ericsson to fight it out with dominant player Huawei
India recently agreed to start buying Malaysian palm oil again after a four-month gap following a diplomatic row.
Renewed buying interest amid stabilising oil prices boosts local note.
However, it says it needs to be strict with debt recovery after the six-month moratorium period.
Bank Negara Malaysia says the reserves are 1.1 times the total amount of short-term external debt.
US-China tension prompts investors to return to safe-haven currencies.
Economic effects of projects such as ECRL won't be felt immediately amid Covid-19 crisis, says economist.
However, an analyst says they are better positioned against this crisis than during the previous downturn of 2014-2015.
The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index rose 1% to 1,449.64 as of 11.37am, sending valuations to a 10-month high.
Lack of fresh leads keeps investors away from safe-haven currencies.
Renewed concerns over a vaccine for Covid-19 hits local note’s performance.
MAB Kargo’s performance during the Covid-19 pandemic contrasts with sister company Malaysia Airlines which has been forced to ground most of its planes.
Investors encouraged by the global economy’s positive outlook.
Petrol station operator declares 5 sen per share interim dividend after RM1.25 bil drop in group revenue.
Captains of marketing communications industry are driving an advertising campaign to salute the sacrifices of Malaysia's unsung heroes.
Lack of buying interest sees local note ease against the greenback.