All eyes will be on corporate earnings this week, says Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd chief economist Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid.
An economist says this is 'quite impressive' despite external uncertainties.
There could be a positive change if economic fundamentals improved and policy risks dissipate, says one analyst.
The shares climbed as much as 5.8% in Abu Dhabi before paring gains to 1.8%.
Where businesses are concerned, some oversupply of office space is much more preferable than having a shortage.
Bangladesh's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says ANFREL cancelled its observation mission itself while the approval process was underway.
The new "unified law" will replace three existing laws on Chinese and foreign equity joint ventures, non-equity joint ventures and wholly foreign-owned enterprises.
Concerns are mounting across the western world about national-security risks tied to foreign investment, particularly by China.
The executive director of Deloitte Malaysia says there needs to be clarity on how the government intends to collect the proposed digital tax from 2020.
Its secretary-general J Solomon says the government must carefully study the plan to automate the manufacturing and agricultural sectors as the social costs are high.
The proposed rule change would allow both local and foreign investors to sink money into clubs.
The government will soon outline measures to open up the economy to more foreign investment.
The reserves are sufficient to finance 7.4 months of retained imports and is 0.9 times the short-term external debt.
May says she dedicated her premiership to restoring the British Dream and that means fixing Britain's broken housing market.
The Finance Ministry is seeking to bring down the amount of government bonds owned by offshore funds to 20% from almost 38%.
Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran says policy will ensure recruitment of foreign workers is done in line with market demands.
Calling it a norm now in Malaysia, Indian national and MBA holder says he never expected to do hard labour here.
The large part of buying took place in the latter part of the month, when prospects of a trade war between the United States and Europe receded.
The foreign ministry spokeswoman told reporters that the United States is fabricating all kinds of justifications.
Tenaganita says the never ending raids on undocumented foreign workers are bordering on lunacy as authorities expect different results with the same actions.
June saw the yuan’s biggest monthly drop against the dollar since 1994, yet overseas investors poured the most into China’s domestic bonds in almost two years.
Right now, there is no motivation and incentive for employers to do anything about reducing dependency on foreign workers.
Human resources minister says it is an attempt to reduce the dependence on foreign workers.
Malaysians won't work for low salaries and customers won't pay more for their food, say restaurant owners, calling for quotas or time to train locals.