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April 06, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: The government’s financial assistance to airlines amidst the Covid-19 pandemic must be carefully structured, and it should be the last resort, says local aviation regulatory body, the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom).
April 06, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Physical currency continues to be widely used in the Malaysian economy, with about RM114.1 billion of banknotes and coins in circulation as at end-2019, Bank Negara Malaysia said.
April 06, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: BIMB Holdings Bhd (BHB) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd have pledged to contribute RM1.6 million to support various humanitarian and medical-related causes in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
April 06, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Celcom Axiata Bhd (Celcom) will be providing free SIM cards to Malaysians who are required to undergo the 14-day mandatory quarantine at the respective quarantine centres upon returning from abroad.
April 06, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue its range-bound trading between 1,320 and 1,350 this week as volatility remain high in the market.
April 03, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: The establishment of the special cabinet committee announced Thursday is seen as a bid to ensure the stimulus package reaches target groups in a timely manner, say analysts.
April 03, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Bursa Malaysia finished trading Thursday on a firm note, lifted by oil and gas-linked counters amid a crude oil prices rally.
April 02, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Airlines may burn through US$61 billion (RM266 billion) of their cash reserves during the second quarter (Q2) of this year and post a quarterly net loss of US$39 billion (RM170 billion) if severe travel restrictions related to Covid-19 last for three months.
April 02, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: Bursa Malaysia finished at an intra-day low Wednesday as investor sentiments were affected by the weaker manufacturing data amidst straggling crude oil prices.
April 01, 2020 Business
Kuala Lumpur: The asset quality of banks in Malaysia remained sound in February with the overall net impaired loans ratio remaining stable at 1.0 per cent, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) said in its Monthly Highlights-February 2020 report released Tuesday.
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