Sterling has rallied this week amid reports saying the UK and EU were attempting to come to a compromise over the contentious Irish border backstop.
FT Minister Khalid Abdul Samad says priority will be given to feedback from the traders and hawkers because they have been there for a long time.
Bets on sterling swings have fallen to an almost three-month low even after UK lawmakers rejected Theresa May’s withdrawal plan.
The updated projections come as investors are losing confidence that the Fed will keep hiking amid tame inflation and doubts about global growth.
Traders are widely expected to benefit as they thrive off efficiently moving products between regions with price dislocations.
Uncertainty over the course of the negotiations has delayed preparations for a no-deal scenario, with organised crime gangs potentially stepping in to smuggle goods across the new EU-UK frontier.
But in 2019, forecasters such as the International Energy Agency say emerging-market crises and trade disputes could dent global demand while rising non-OPEC production adds to supply.
Implied volatility for very bullish Brent options that expire after the Nov 4 resumption of sanctions has overtaken that for very bearish options, suggesting increased demand for such bullish bets.
Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad says a new location will be announced once it has been identified.
This is because, business operators say, they have yet to get the new price list of goods from suppliers.
The finance minister says traders must provide valid reasons if they fail to register their businesses for the SST before Sept 1.
The finance minister says traders will be trusted to declare their taxes honestly.
Not putting the money earmarked for GST refunds into a trust account does not mean that the money was lost, pilfered or stolen.
Implied volatility on emerging-market currencies has surged and is close to its highest level in over a year, according to a JPMorgan Chase & Co. gauge.
The attack happened at about 6pm local time in the village of Mussini.
Traders have used a loophole to conduct ivory-related dealings.
They defend PPBM member Noorhisyam Abd Karim and MP Fong Kui Lun for helping to obtain permits from DBKL.
Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun says traders should be allowed to apply for stalls directly.
DAP MP says he only issued a letter of support to PPBM Youth member and denies collecting money from the traders.
Asian markets fluctuated Monday after the G7 meeting ended with deep divisions between the US and its allies, while investors are looking ahead to Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Ameer Ali Mydin says this will help Bumiputera traders find their niche instead of selling the same items as everyone else.
Customs DG urges traders not to exploit government’s announcement to zero-rate the GST.
Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani says the government has constantly monitored traders who take advantage of the situation to reap huge profits.
Rural and Regional Development Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the ministry will continue to look into creating at least one mall in each state.
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