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Alibaba’s US$15 bil conundrum: Amid HK’s protests, when should they list?

Two sources involved in the deal say Alibaba's thinking on the deal is ‘fluid’ and the company is considering several timetables.

Beyond Meat shelves plans for Japan push

Mitsui declines to give a reason for the change, adding future expansion in Japan is still possible.

Ringgit opens flat against US dollar

Overall, the ringgit is trading lower against a basket of major currencies except for the pound.

Investors trading to prep for the ‘Big One’ should’ve stayed still

Defensive areas of the market may not fall as much when the going gets tough, but they’ll be behind when everything’s said and done.

Bitcoin tumbles as cryptocurrency’s 2019 surge starts to waver

The price of the largest cryptocurrency fell 11% since Friday.

Malang bird market and other sights of East Java

Apart from the pleasant weather, there is not much to see in Malang unless you like birds and flowers.

Bitcoin tops US$12,000 for first time since January 2018

The largest cryptocurrency surged about 8%, surpassing the US$12,000 level for the first time in almost a year and a half.

Malaysian durian farms seek bigger share of durian market in China

China expected to allow Malaysia to export whole durians, instead of just frozen pulp, to country.

Bursa Malaysia down RM157 billion in market value since GE14

The FBM KLCI is at 1,629 points compared to 1,846 just before the May 9 polls.

Can’t go wrong with ‘right product-right pricing’ formula

If you focus on the right product and the right price, the market will no longer be an issue of concern.

Asia shares sluggish as global growth concerns return

Asian shares rose marginally in early trade on Thursday as investors awaited some kind of resolution to Sino-US trade negotiations.

You can’t time the market

Successful long-term investing starts with an investment plan you can stick to so you invest systematically regardless of whether markets are up or down.

Incentives for the property market in March 2019

The new government is taking extraordinary steps to help spur both the primary and secondary market of the property industry this year.

Equity outflow by foreign investors narrows to RM18.8 mil

All eyes will be on corporate earnings this week, says Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd chief economist Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid.

Bursa Malaysia records RM224 mil profit after tax for 2018

It declares a dividend of 33.6 sen per share for the financial year, compared with 53.5 sen in 2017.

Abu Dhabi awards Eni, OMV key stakes in oil refiner

The firm also announced the formation of a joint venture between the three companies to sell refined oil products on international markets.

American yogurt: the race to find the next blockbuster

Choices seem limitless in supermarket aisles.

Saudis say OPEC oil cuts on `right track’ to balance the...

Prices are up more than 20% since hitting an almost two-year low in December.

Developer: Wrong to blame us for oversupply of unsold units

Melaka-based developer Anthony Adam Cho says it’s not true that developers don't understand the market and that the local and global economic situations affect the property market.

Nikkei hits 20-month low after Wall St slides on US political...

All of the Tokyo Stock Exchange's 33 subsectors were in the red.

Bursa Malaysia opens 0.4% lower on bearish market sentiment

Market sentiment is dominated by worries that the Federal Reserve would continue raising interest rates and running down its balance sheet.

Asia cautious amid US political uncertainty

The political uncertainty has only added to the air of risk aversion, punishing equities to the benefit of bonds.

Mydin boss tells how to break egg shortage, price hike

Ameer Ali Mydin says other than temporarily halting exports, the government must do away with APs.

World stocks rally on China-US trade; pound slides on UK turmoil

Oil prices jumped one dollar as volatility continued to grip world crude markets.