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Kuala Lumpur Kepong
28 июля 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI down 0.59%

Malaysia stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Construction, Property and Technology sectors led shares lower. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI fell 0.59%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd (KL:ASTR), which rose 1.01% or 0.03 points to trade at 2.99 at the close. Meanwhile, RHB Capital Bhd (KL:RHBC) added 0.69% or 0.05 points to end at 7.27 and Bumiputra – Commerce Holdings Bhd (KL:CIMB) was up 0.56% or 0.03 points to 5.33 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were MISC Bhd (KL:MISC), which fell 3.45% or 0.27 points to trade at 7.55 at the close. Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KL:KLKK) declined 2.44% or 0.54 points to end at 21.58 and Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (KL:FGVH) was down 2.40% or 0.04 points to 1.63. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 467 to 130 and 26 ended unchanged. Crude oil for September delivery was down 0.62% or 0.29 to $47.09 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in September fell 1.08% or 0.58 to hit $52.89 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.14% or 1.50 to trade at $1095.40 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.01% to 2.7903, while USD/MYR fell 0.21% to 3.8110. The US Dollar Index was up 0.16% at 96.79.

02 июля 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.34%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Thursday, as gains in the Plantation, Mining and Financials sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI gained 0.34%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KL:KLKK), which rose 2.58% or 0.56 points to trade at 22.30 at the close. Meanwhile, Hong Leong Bank Bhd (KL:HLBB) added 1.94% or 0.26 points to end at 13.68 and IOI Corporation Bhd (KL:IOIB) was up 1.93% or 0.08 points to 4.22 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Maxis Bhd (KL:MXSC), which fell 1.85% or 0.12 points to trade at 6.37 at the close. AMMB Holdings Bhd (KL:AMMB) declined 0.99% or 0.06 points to end at 5.99 and DiGi.Com Bhd (KL:DSOM) was down 0.90% or 0.05 points to 5.48. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 284 to 260 and 54 ended unchanged. Crude oil for August delivery was unchanged 0.00% or 0.00 to $56.96 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August rose 0.33% or 0.20 to hit $62.22 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.50% or 5.90 to trade at $1163.40 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.33% to 2.7934, while USD/MYR rose 0.31% to 3.7786. The US Dollar Index was down 0.04% at 96.44.

17 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.27%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Technology, Financials and Construction sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI rose 0.27%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Sapurakencana Petroleum Bhd (KL:SKPE), which rose 4.58% or 0.11 points to trade at 2.51 at the close. Meanwhile, Bumiputra – Commerce Holdings Bhd (KL:CIMB) added 3.36% or 0.18 points to end at 5.53 and Genting Bhd (KL:GENT) was up 2.56% or 0.21 points to 8.40 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (KL:FGVH), which fell 2.33% or 0.04 points to trade at 1.68 at the close. IHH Healthcare Bhd (KL:IHHH) declined 2.08% or 0.12 points to end at 5.66 and Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KL:KLKK) was down 1.40% or 0.30 points to 21.10. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 284 to 255 and 51 ended unchanged. Crude oil for August delivery was up 1.23% or 0.74 to $61.20 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August rose 1.43% or 0.91 to hit $64.61 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.18% or 2.10 to trade at $1178.80 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was down 0.10% to 2.7880, while USD/MYR rose 0.25% to 3.7552. The US Dollar Index was down 0.14% at 95.08.

12 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI down 0.02%

Malaysia stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Technology, Mining and Consumer Products sectors led shares lower. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI lost 0.02%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Petronas Dagangan Bhd (KL:PETR), which rose 1.69% or 0.34 points to trade at 20.44 at the close. Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KL:KLKK) added 1.40% or 0.30 points to end at 21.50 and Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd (KL:ASTR) was up 1.34% or 0.04 points to 3.03 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were YTL Corporation Bhd (KL:YTLS), which fell 1.29% or 0.02 points to trade at 1.53 at the close. Sapurakencana Petroleum Bhd (KL:SKPE) declined 1.15% or 0.03 points to end at 2.59 and Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd (KL:PCGB) was down 0.80% or 0.05 points to 6.20. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 302 to 246 and 44 ended unchanged. Shares in YTL Corporation Bhd (KL:YTLS) fell to 52-week lows; losing 1.29% or 0.02 to 1.53. Crude oil for July delivery was down 1.43% or 0.87 to $59.90 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in July fell 1.23% or 0.80 to hit $64.31 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.04% or 0.50 to trade at $1179.90 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.18% to 2.7850, while USD/MYR rose 0.55% to 3.7581. The US Dollar Index was up 0.57% at 95.51.

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03 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.45%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Technology, Financials and Industrial Products sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI rose 0.45%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were KLCC Property Holdings Bhd (KL:KLCC), which fell 0.14% or 0.01 points to trade at 6.90 at the close. Meanwhile, Bumiputra – Commerce Holdings Bhd (KL:CIMB) added 0.82% or 0.04 points to end at 4.94 and Petronas Dagangan Bhd (KL:PETR) was up 0.40% or 0.08 points to 20.14 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Axiata Group Bhd (KL:AXIA), which rose 1.05% or 0.06 points to trade at 5.79 at the close. DiGi.Com Bhd (KL:DSOM) added 1.42% or 0.07 points to end at 5.00 and IOI Corporation Bhd (KL:IOIB) was up 0.25% or 0.01 points to 3.94. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 299 to 280 and 36 ended unchanged. Shares in IOI Corporation Bhd (KL:IOIB) rose to 52-week lows; gaining 0.25% or 0.01 to 3.94. Crude oil for October delivery was down 0.51% or 0.21 to $42.20 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in October fell 0.28% or 0.14 to hit $48.60 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.08% or 0.90 to trade at $1119.30 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was down 0.17% to 2.9048, while USD/MYR fell 0.38% to 4.0805. The US Dollar Index was down 0.01% at 96.83.

20 мая 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.02%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Mining, Technology and Consumer Products sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI added 0.02%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Telekom Malaysia Bhd (KL:TLMM), which rose 2.56% or 0.19 points to trade at 7.60 at the close. Meanwhile, UMW Holdings Bhd (KL:UMWS) added 1.69% or 0.18 points to end at 10.82 and Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KL:KLKK) was up 1.54% or 0.34 points to 22.40 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd (KL:HLCB), which fell 2.51% or 0.42 points to trade at 16.32 at the close. Sapurakencana Petroleum Bhd (KL:SKPE) declined 2.21% or 0.06 points to end at 2.65 and Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd (KL:PCGB) was down 1.27% or 0.08 points to 6.21. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 268 to 212 and 34 ended unchanged. Crude oil for July delivery was up 1.01% or 0.58 to $58.58 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in July rose 1.09% or 0.69 to hit $64.72 a barrel, while the June Gold contract fell 0.03% or 0.40 to trade at $1206.30 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.01% to 2.7064, while USD/MYR rose 0.04% to 3.6161. The US Dollar Index was up 0.23% at 95.58.

17 декабря 2013, 04:35

The Crimes of HSBC

Money Laundering, LIBOR Banking Scandal, Destruction of Indigenous Lands Derrick Broze Activist Post Multinational bank HSBC is known for scandals as much as for global banking. In the summer of 2012 the British multinational bank HSBC was exposed for laundering money for drug cartels, Iran, and moving money for an al-Qaida linked Saudi bank. A report presented to the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation in July 2012 detailed HSBC subsidiaries transporting billions of dollars in armored vehicles, clearing suspicious checks, and assisting drug cartels in buying planes through Cayman Island accounts. At the hearing David Bagley, HSBC’s head of compliance, resigned in front of the committee stating that, “Despite the best efforts and intentions of many dedicated professionals, HSBC has fallen short of our own expectations and the expectations of our regulators.” In the wake of the investigation and 335-page report HSBC was fined $1.9 billion. In July 2012 the news broke that HSBC, along with RBS, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank and other banks were involved with manipulating the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)giving off a false impression of credit and providing them with a hefty profit. The European Commission launched an investigation into the claims and now the banks have begun to receive fines for their role in the theft. As of this article eight banks have been fined a total of $2.3 billion dollars, including American banks CitiGroup $95 million and JP Morgan for $107 million. HSBC has not been fined yet but may face fines soon. Funding violent drug cartels, and financial theft are not the only complaints lodged against HSBC. HSBC is now finding itself the enemy of environmental and indigenous rights activists. The Rainforest Action Network has detailed how an HSBC financed company is forcing the development of oil palms on the lands of indigenous communities in Papua New Guinea.   (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});  HSBC-financed palm oil company Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) recently claimed ownership of three land development licenses within traditional indigenous lands. KLK brought in palm oil seedlings and is believed to have begun planting seeds without permission. KLK has been used of using slave labor in Borneo and child plantations in Sumatra. Although community representatives filed a complaint with the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), the organization charged with overseeing land development within the Palm Oil Industry, the Collingwood Bay case has been largely ignored by the RSPO. It should be noted that HSBC sits on the board of the RSPO. Critics accuse the RSPO of being a mere formality that attempts to legitimize the activities of palm oil firms and their financiers. The people of Collingwood Bay have responded to the actions of KLK and HSBC with global calls for support. Adelbert Gangai, representative of the over 7,000 people from 326 clans in 22 villages, stated that, “(We) have been marginalized and become slaves on their own land. We do not wish this for the people of Collingwood Bay.” The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) released a report,Banking on Extinction, that found HSBC leading the financing of palm oil firms, and the development of indigenous lands. HSBC lent $470 million to palm oil company Triputra Agro. The company has moved forward with plans to clear forest inhabited by endangered gibbons and other species. A rescue mission for gibbons found the animals close to death from starvation believed to be attributed to the destruction of their natural habitat, in Borneo. According to HSBC’s own forest policy they are forbidden from funding activities that destroy “high conservation value areas”. As the EIA forests spokesman Jago Wadley said: “HSBC’s 60 million customers around the world would be surprised and appalled to learn that such a high-profile and trusted brand is profiting from large-scale deforestation even as it projects a wholesome public image of sustainability.” Make no mistake, HSBC is not the only criminal financial institution still doing business. These firms have become too big to fail and too big to jail. Banking institutions bankroll governments and finance corporations around the world with ease. Their relationships are further blurred by owning Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and sitting on the boards of various watchdog agencies. As long as there is an oligarchical, corporatist state existing, the people will continue to be robbed, and mistreated. As individuals we can choose to take actions that will free us in our daily lives and begin limiting the power of these financial institutions that continue to wreak havoc. Stop using the banks and watch them fail. Invest in your community and cut ties with the big banks. It sounds simple because it is. We have the power to choose what we do with our money and how much we let our desire for goods override our ability to create a more free, compassionate, connected world. Other sources: http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/2013/11/08/hsbc-accused-of-bankrolling-deforestation/http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2174785/U-S-probe-accuses-HSBC-moving-7-billion-Mexican-drug-money-working-Saudi-Arabian-bank-linked-terrorism.html#ixzz20tiyTaKKDerrick Broze is an investigative journalist, community activist, gardener and promoter from Houston, Texas. He is the co-founder of The Houston Free Thinkers, and co-host of Free Thinker Radio. Broze also hosts and produces a weekly podcast under the name the Conscious Resistance Live. His writing can be found on TheConsciousResistance.com, The Liberty Beat, Activist Post, and other independent media sources.