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AmInvest Research retains neutral on telcos, keeps buy on Axiata

19 Dec 2018 - The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Bank Research is retaining its neutral call for the Malaysian telcos due to the continued intense competition in both the mobile and fixed broadband market. It said on Wednesday its only Buy is Axiata due to its low bargain FY18F enterprise value/earnings before interest, tax, ...

Daily Briefing: Grab eyes cheaper fares following Toyota partnership; AVA assures alternative sources for eggs

19 Dec 2018 - Singapore Business Review
And Grab sees no impact on its network following Go-Jek’s expansion. From Channel News Asia: Grab users could see cheaper fares in the long term as drivers leverage on Toyota’s total care service which uses vehicle data to optimise maintenance and insurance costs. The comments by Russell Cohen, Grab's ...

Chart of the Day: Vacancy rate of private properties dropped 0.3 ppt to 6.8%

19 Dec 2018 - Singapore Business Review
A total of 25,105 private homes were unoccupied by end of Q3. This chart from Savills Singapore shows that vacancy rate in private residential properties slipped to 6.8% from 7.1% in Q2 and 8.4% in Q3 2017. The research firm found that compared with Q2, the vacant stock of landed houses and non-landed ...

Tax reliefs for insurance policies and new mothers may benefit Singapore's economy

19 Dec 2018 - Singapore Business Review
Deductions could be subject to a cap which could be scaled according to age. Enabling a tax write-off for health insurance premiums may encourage more taxpayers to take up health insurance policies for themselves and their families amidst arising chronic conditions and growing demand for health services ...

Blue chips stage mild bounce as IHH, HL Bank climb

19 Dec 2018 - The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: After the heavy selling in recent days, blue chips staged a mild rebound early Wednesday, shored up by IHH Healthcare, Hong Leong Bank and Petronas Gas but analysts said the technical outlook remains bearish. At 9.17am, the FBM KLCI was up 6.1 points or 0.37% to 1,641.41. Turnover was ...
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Creso Pharma Brings Together Cannabis Experts Across Several Verticals -- CFN Media

19 Dec 2018 - ACN Newswire
via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- CFN Media Group ("CFN Media"), the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry, announces publication of an article discussing Creso Pharma Ltd. (ASX: CPH), a small-cap company founded in 2016 that has amassed one of the most experienced ...

SC maintains decision to reprimand, impose penalties on Lotte Chemical

18 Dec 2018 - The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission (SC) is maintaining its decision to reprimand and impose penalties of RM2.19mil on Lotte Chemical Titan Holdings Bhd (LCT) and other relevant parties. The regulator said on Tuesday the parties reprimanded were LCT, the issuer; Lee Dong Woo and Lee Kwan Ho, who ...
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Tax cuts and deduction schemes will provide relief for business growth in 2019: PwC

18 Dec 2018 - Singapore Business Review
The current minimum fund size requirement of $50m is too high for most. Tax reductions and liberalising the Angel Investors Tax Deduction (AITD) are amongst the measures PwC Singapore suggested to help businesses grow in 2019, according to the firm’s Budget Proposal 2019. Whilst there has been an increase ...

Bursa extends losses amid US rout; TNB, IHH lead declines

18 Dec 2018 - The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: A broad selloff in global equities continued on Tuesday as Wall Street plunged for a second straight session amid evidence of slowing economic growth, sending investors to the sidelines. Rattling hopes of a December boost to retailers, UK online clothing retailer Asos issued a profit warning ...
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Singapore is Asia's ninth costliest city for expats in 2018

18 Dec 2018 - Singapore Business Review
The strength of the Singapore dollar pushed the city back into the global top 20. Singapore has managed to once again nab the distinction as one of the world's most expensive cities for expats as it ranked ninth in Asia and 18th in the global rankings of the Cost of Living Survey by consulting firm ECA ...