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Ku Li tells govt to implement RCI recommendations on BNM losses

The RCI had recommended that Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim, who helmed the government in the 1990s, to be investigated over the RM30 billion losses.

Understanding the lender, the borrower and the market

Government ministers must understand the market and think before giving their thoughts because whatever they say is construed as a potential policy.

Information blind spots over Agong’s resignation

As nobody wants to talk about the facts leading to the resignation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, all history and social science students can do is speculate.

Buying property: Is it always a good debt or asset?

Read on for the three basic issues you must be aware of before you put your money down on a piece of property.

PPBM can unite Sabahans, says veep

Abdul Rashid Ab Rahman's statement further fuels speculation that PPBM may spread its wings to Sabah.

Deutsche Bank chief dismisses takeover speculation

Speculation about a possible merger has continued despite the bank's dismissal in September.

PKR split? Rubbish, says Saifuddin

PKR secretary-general says rumours that party will split have been around since its formation two decades ago.

KL to get a new mayor?

Cheras MP Tan Kok Wai hopes new mayor can work well with the federal territories minister but not be a 'yes man' to him.

It’s just fairy tale, says Malanjum on CJ rumour

The Federal Court judge plays down speculation of his imminent appointment to the highest post in the judiciary.

Fernandes: Ronaldo ‘doesn’t look worried about his future’

There has been intense speculation over Ronaldo's future after the 33-year-old suggested he could have played his last game for Real following their 3-1 victory over Liverpool in last month's Champions League final.

Singapore issues cryptocurrency warning

Monetary Authority of Singapore says recent spike in bitcoin prices comes from speculation, and cautioned that the bubble may burst.

MIEA: Property market stable, moving at moderate pace

President Eric Lim says there has been too much speculation about a possible slump in the property market.

Dr M: Time for new Asian grouping without US influence

The former PM who ruled during the Asian financial crisis triggered in July 1997 says Asian economies need to shed their dependence on the US dollar by forming their own common currency.

Najib’s Sabah visit sparks snap polls speculation

The PM is in Sabah for a two-day working visit but a report suggests he is really there to assess the situation on the ground before deciding on whether to hold early elections in the state.

BNM warning to ringgit sellers brings back memories of 1998 peg

This comes as the ringgit tumbled for eight straight days through Friday, sinking to RM4.419 per dollar, the weakest level since Jan 18.

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