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Telekom Malaysia
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18 января, 13:23

BRIEF-Mesiniaga accepts a letter of award from Telekom Malaysia

* Accepted a letter of award from Telekom Malaysia Berhad for the 'contract for the design, supply and support services of managed internet gateway (MIG)

26 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI down 0.37%

Malaysia stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Construction, Mining and Financials sectors led shares lower. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI lost 0.37% to hit a new 3-months low. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were KLCC Property Holdings Bhd (KL:KLCC), which rose 1.17% or 0.08 points to trade at 6.90 at the close. Meanwhile, Telekom Malaysia Bhd (KL:TLMM) added 1.06% or 0.07 points to end at 6.67 and PPB Group Bhd (KL:PEPT) was up 0.93% or 0.14 points to 15.22 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were MISC Bhd (KL:MISC), which fell 3.00% or 0.24 points to trade at 7.76 at the close. Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (KL:FGVH) declined 2.33% or 0.04 points to end at 1.68 and Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd (KL:ASTR) was down 1.34% or 0.04 points to 2.94. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 328 to 232 and 49 ended unchanged. Crude oil for August delivery was down 0.51% or 0.30 to $59.40 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August fell 0.40% or 0.26 to hit $62.95 a barrel, while the August Gold contract rose 0.28% or 3.30 to trade at $1175.10 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.08% to 2.7992, while USD/MYR rose 0.29% to 3.7676. The US Dollar Index was up 0.00% at 95.37.

25 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks lower at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI down 0.86%

Malaysia stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, as losses in the Construction, Technology and Trade&Services sectors led shares lower. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI lost 0.86% to hit a new 3-months low. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Petronas Dagangan Bhd (KL:PETR), which rose 0.58% or 0.12 points to trade at 20.54 at the close. Meanwhile, Malayan Banking Bhd (KL:MBBM) added 0.32% or 0.03 points to end at 9.32 and Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd (KL:HLCB) was down 0.13% or 0.02 points to 15.26 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Telekom Malaysia Bhd (KL:TLMM), which fell 4.35% or 0.30 points to trade at 6.60 at the close. Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd (KL:ASTR) declined 3.25% or 0.10 points to end at 2.98 and IHH Healthcare Bhd (KL:IHHH) was down 2.93% or 0.17 points to 5.63. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 370 to 195 and 48 ended unchanged. Crude oil for August delivery was up 0.13% or 0.08 to $60.35 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August rose 0.63% or 0.40 to hit $63.89 a barrel, while the August Gold contract rose 0.14% or 1.60 to trade at $1174.50 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was down 0.31% to 2.7973, while USD/MYR fell 0.35% to 3.7565. The US Dollar Index was up 0.24% at 95.67.

16 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.13%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Industrials, Plantation and Industrial Products sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI gained 0.13%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (KL:FGVH), which rose 4.24% or 0.07 points to trade at 1.72 at the close. Meanwhile, DiGi.Com Bhd (KL:DSOM) added 2.20% or 0.12 points to end at 5.58 and YTL Corporation Bhd (KL:YTLS) was up 1.33% or 0.02 points to 1.52 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Genting Malaysia Bhd (KL:GENM), which fell 1.17% or 0.05 points to trade at 4.21 at the close. Telekom Malaysia Bhd (KL:TLMM) declined 1.03% or 0.07 points to end at 6.72 and KLCC Property Holdings Bhd (KL:KLCC) was down 1.00% or 0.07 points to 6.90. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 345 to 224 and 47 ended unchanged. Crude oil for August delivery was up 0.17% or 0.10 to $60.10 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in August fell 0.41% or 0.26 to hit $63.69 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.31% or 3.70 to trade at $1182.10 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was down 0.41% to 2.7818, while USD/MYR fell 0.44% to 3.7435. The US Dollar Index was up 0.21% at 95.27.

15 июня 2015, 16:08

Сергей Иванов возглавит совет директоров «Ростелекома»

Глава администрации президента России Сергей Иванов впервые избран в совет директоров "Ростелекома" и возглавит его, сообщил в понедельник "Интерфакс" со ссылкой на  президента компании Сергея Калугина. "Директива по Иванову...

10 июня 2015, 12:30

Malaysia stocks higher at close of trade; FTSE Malaysia KLCI up 0.38%

Malaysia stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Construction, Mining and Consumer Products sectors led shares higher. At the close in Kuala Lumpur, the FTSE Malaysia KLCI rose 0.38%. The best performers of the session on the FTSE Malaysia KLCI were PPB Group Bhd (KL:PEPT), which rose 3.00% or 0.44 points to trade at 15.10 at the close. Meanwhile, Telekom Malaysia Bhd (KL:TLMM) added 2.73% or 0.18 points to end at 6.78 and Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (KL:FGVH) was up 2.13% or 0.04 points to 1.92 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Sime Darby Bhd (KL:SIME), which fell 0.81% or 0.07 points to trade at 8.53 at the close. Malayan Banking Bhd (KL:MBBM) declined 0.65% or 0.06 points to end at 9.16 and Genting Malaysia Bhd (KL:GENM) was down 0.47% or 0.02 points to 4.20. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by 298 to 259 and 48 ended unchanged. Crude oil for July delivery was up 2.05% or 1.24 to $61.38 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in July rose 1.72% or 1.11 to hit $66.00 a barrel, while the August Gold contract rose 0.45% or 5.30 to trade at $1182.90 a troy ounce. SGD/MYR was up 0.33% to 2.7790, while USD/MYR fell 0.27% to 3.7335. The US Dollar Index was down 0.40% at 94.78.

25 мая 2015, 19:39

Huawei unit to build 3-nation undersea cable

CHINA’S Huawei Marine Networks, a global submarine network provider, said yesterday that it won a bid to build the Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand (MCT) undersea cable system. Telekom Malaysia Berhad, Cambodia’s

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.

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30 апреля 2015, 15:39

Malaysia Three Month Interbank Rate

Malaysia Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 3.43 percent on Thursday September 21. Interbank Rate in Malaysia averaged 4.09 percent from 1993 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 14.50 percent in July of 1997 and a record low of 2.03 percent in February of 2009. In Malaysia, the interbank rate is the rate of interest charged on short-term loans made between banks. This page provides - Malaysia Three Month Interbank Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

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13 января 2015, 12:34

BRIEF-ADVA Optical Networking says Telekom Malaysia to delpoy its timing and phase synchronization solution

* Announced that Telekom Malaysia is deploying its complete timing and phase synchronization solution in a 3-year framework agreement    

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09 апреля 2013, 16:35

The Reinvention Epidemic

Kodak couldn’t do it; HP and RIM are struggling, the popular betting is that Nokia won’t be able to do it, and that Dell wants to go private in order to hide the things that it might have to do – we’ll see for all how they play out. The jury is certainly still out on SONY and Yahoo. What about Samsung, does it have what it takes? It’s far from clear at the moment! Whole industries might be ready for it: tobacco, processed foods, mass transportation, entertainment, even banking? Did Detroit’s Big 3 do it or not, and if they did was it done willingly? Nestlé did it in coffee with Nespresso, and have been hugely successful in the effort, but it wasn’t entirely “willingly,” and they had to move that entire activity not only out of the company, but also out of town to succeed.  IBM, has also had great success, along with Telekom Malaysia and China’s Haier Group, the three of whom are among the few that have done it several times; but name three others, if you can?

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16 февраля 2013, 12:46

Malaysia detains Australian senator

Malaysian officials detain Australian senator, Nick Xenophon, under national security laws as he arrives on an election fact-finding mission.

16 февраля 2013, 12:05

Australia demands explanation for deportation

Senator Nick Xenophon, who planned to meet opposition officials, was detained and deported from Malaysia.

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15 февраля 2013, 19:45

India Jan vegoil imports jump to all-time high

India's vegetable oil imports soared 27 percent from a month ago to an all-time high in January on purchases of cheap palm oil, a trade body said, raising the prospect for further curbs on cheap imports from Indonesia and Malaysia.

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15 февраля 2013, 07:38

Gunmen refuse to leave in Malaysia border standoff

KUALA LUMPUR/MANILA (Reuters) - About 100 armed men holed up in a village in the Malaysian state of Sabah are refusing to leave, saying they have links with the Sultanate of Sulu in the Philippines which has a historic claim over the northern tip of Borneo island.

14 февраля 2013, 20:06

Free exchange: Middle-income claptrap

UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The missing $20 trillion Fly Title:  Free exchange Rubric:  Do countries get “trapped” between poverty and prosperity? ECONOMIC backwardness has its advantages. Latecomers to industrialisation can follow the path their forerunners broke before them and perhaps skip some steps along the way. As a result, poor countries can narrow the gap with rich ones. But this happy principle of economic convergence does not always hold sway. Some poor countries fail to get going. Others make quick progress, then lose their way. The first lot are sometimes described as victims of a “poverty trap”. The second are increasingly described as casualties of a “middle-income trap”. This trap, named by Indermit Gill, of the World Bank, and Homi Kharas, now of the Brookings Institution, worries policymakers from Malaysia to Mexico. It haunts countries that have escaped poverty but still await prosperity, threatening to turn their aspirations into disappointments and their economic miracles into a mirage. Whether China, an epic example of convergence, ...

14 февраля 2013, 20:06

Free exchange: Middle-income claptrap

UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The missing $20 trillion Fly Title:  Free exchange Rubric:  Do countries get “trapped” between poverty and prosperity? ECONOMIC backwardness has its advantages. Latecomers to industrialisation can follow the path their forerunners broke before them and perhaps skip some steps along the way. As a result, poor countries can narrow the gap with rich ones. But this happy principle of economic convergence does not always hold sway. Some poor countries fail to get going. Others make quick progress, then lose their way. The first lot are sometimes described as victims of a “poverty trap”. The second are increasingly described as casualties of a “middle-income trap”. This trap, named by Indermit Gill, of the World Bank, and Homi Kharas, now of the Brookings Institution, worries policymakers from Malaysia to Mexico. It haunts countries that have escaped poverty but still await prosperity, threatening to turn their aspirations into disappointments and their economic miracles into a mirage. Whether China, an epic example of convergence, ...

14 февраля 2013, 11:28

Versions differ in Malaysia, Philippines border standoff

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian security forces have surrounded about 100 armed men believed to be from a breakaway rebel faction in the southern Philippines, Malaysian police and a government official said on Thursday, but a Philippine official said they were unarmed Filipinos who had been promised land.

12 февраля 2013, 22:28

Robert E. Scott: The President Can End Currency Manipulation With the Stroke of a Pen, Halving the U.S. Trade Deficit and Creating Jobs

Five years after the start of the great recession nearly nine million jobs are still needed to return to full employment. And as the Administration lays the groundwork for its second term, job creation should be goal number one. Under existing authority, the President can execute one simple policy that would create 2.2 to 4.7 million jobs over the next three years: End currency manipulation by a handful of countries, especially China. This policy would boost GDP, reduce unemployment and, in budgetary terms cost nothing. It would, in fact, substantially reduce the federal deficit. No other policy could achieve this jobs trifecta. Over the past fifteen years rising trade deficits have devastated U.S. manufacturing employment. Since April 1998, the United States has lost 5.7 million manufacturing jobs, nearly a third of manufacturing employment and most of those job losses were due to the growing U.S. trade deficit. Although half a million manufacturing jobs have been added since 2009, a full manufacturing recovery requires greatly increasing exports relative to imports. While exports support domestic job creation, imports (and growing trade deficits) eliminate domestic jobs. Although the overall U.S. trade deficit declined slightly last year, the trade deficit in manufactured products increased by $44.7 billion in 2012. This growing manufacturing trade deficit is a threat to manufacturing employment and the overall recovery. Currency manipulation, which distorts trade flows by artificially lowering the cost of imports to the U.S. and raising the cost of U.S. exports, is the single most important cause of these growing trade deficits. Halting global currency manipulation by making it illegal for China and other currency manipulators to purchase U.S. Treasury bills and other government assets is the best way to reduce the U.S. trade deficit, create jobs, and rebuild the economy. China, Denmark, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, and Taiwan are the most significant currency manipulators, and Japan is also a threat as it has recently announced its intent to intervene. In the case of China, the largest and most important manipulator, the president has the authority to end China's currency manipulation with the stroke of a pen under the Emergency Economic Powers Act (Bergsten and Gagnon 2012, 18). He should announce his intention to restrict or ban Chinese purchases of U.S. Treasury bills and other U.S. assets if China does not substantially revalue and cease all currency intervention in the near future, and the president should issue such orders if China fails to respond. If China is unable to purchase U.S. assets it will no longer be able to manipulate its currency, which will rise with demand for Chinese goods and assets. Treasury and the Federal Reserve have the authority and resources to offset efforts by the other manipulators to suppress their currencies, and they should begin to do so, working in coordination with our trading partners, especially those in Europe and others in the G-20 that have been injured by currency manipulation. A new EPI report has shown that eliminating currency manipulation by trading partners could reduce the U.S. trade deficit by between $190 billion and $400 billion and support the creation of between 2.2 million and 4.7 million U.S. jobs over the next three years. This could reduce the U.S. unemployment rate by between 1.0 and 2.1 percentage points, increase U.S. GDP by between $225 billion and $474 billion (a rise of between 1.4 percent and 3.1 percent), and reduce the U.S. federal budget deficit by between $78.8 billion and $165.8 billion per year (deficit reduction of 20.4 percent to 42.9 percent). The Obama administration has dramatically increased trade enforcement in the past four years by filing a number of successful complaints against China, both here in the United States and at the World Trade Organization. However, much more needs to be done to eliminate unfair trade practices, especially currency manipulation. The administration's four years of pursuing quiet negotiations has achieved only mild success. With the U.S. and European economies headed into a downturn in 2013, it is essential to rebalance global trade. Reducing imports to the U.S. relative to exports offers the best hope for creating millions of U.S. jobs and stimulating GDP--at no cost to the government. Time is short for the President to put in place policies that will end the jobs crisis that threatens to become his economic legacy. Ending currency manipulation is the place to start is by and now is the time to do it.

12 февраля 2013, 22:28

Robert E. Scott: The President Can End Currency Manipulation With the Stroke of a Pen, Halving the U.S. Trade Deficit and Creating Jobs

Five years after the start of the great recession nearly nine million jobs are still needed to return to full employment. And as the Administration lays the groundwork for its second term, job creation should be goal number one. Under existing authority, the President can execute one simple policy that would create 2.2 to 4.7 million jobs over the next three years: End currency manipulation by a handful of countries, especially China. This policy would boost GDP, reduce unemployment and, in budgetary terms cost nothing. It would, in fact, substantially reduce the federal deficit. No other policy could achieve this jobs trifecta. Over the past fifteen years rising trade deficits have devastated U.S. manufacturing employment. Since April 1998, the United States has lost 5.7 million manufacturing jobs, nearly a third of manufacturing employment and most of those job losses were due to the growing U.S. trade deficit. Although half a million manufacturing jobs have been added since 2009, a full manufacturing recovery requires greatly increasing exports relative to imports. While exports support domestic job creation, imports (and growing trade deficits) eliminate domestic jobs. Although the overall U.S. trade deficit declined slightly last year, the trade deficit in manufactured products increased by $44.7 billion in 2012. This growing manufacturing trade deficit is a threat to manufacturing employment and the overall recovery. Currency manipulation, which distorts trade flows by artificially lowering the cost of imports to the U.S. and raising the cost of U.S. exports, is the single most important cause of these growing trade deficits. Halting global currency manipulation by making it illegal for China and other currency manipulators to purchase U.S. Treasury bills and other government assets is the best way to reduce the U.S. trade deficit, create jobs, and rebuild the economy. China, Denmark, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, and Taiwan are the most significant currency manipulators, and Japan is also a threat as it has recently announced its intent to intervene. In the case of China, the largest and most important manipulator, the president has the authority to end China's currency manipulation with the stroke of a pen under the Emergency Economic Powers Act (Bergsten and Gagnon 2012, 18). He should announce his intention to restrict or ban Chinese purchases of U.S. Treasury bills and other U.S. assets if China does not substantially revalue and cease all currency intervention in the near future, and the president should issue such orders if China fails to respond. If China is unable to purchase U.S. assets it will no longer be able to manipulate its currency, which will rise with demand for Chinese goods and assets. Treasury and the Federal Reserve have the authority and resources to offset efforts by the other manipulators to suppress their currencies, and they should begin to do so, working in coordination with our trading partners, especially those in Europe and others in the G-20 that have been injured by currency manipulation. A new EPI report has shown that eliminating currency manipulation by trading partners could reduce the U.S. trade deficit by between $190 billion and $400 billion and support the creation of between 2.2 million and 4.7 million U.S. jobs over the next three years. This could reduce the U.S. unemployment rate by between 1.0 and 2.1 percentage points, increase U.S. GDP by between $225 billion and $474 billion (a rise of between 1.4 percent and 3.1 percent), and reduce the U.S. federal budget deficit by between $78.8 billion and $165.8 billion per year (deficit reduction of 20.4 percent to 42.9 percent). The Obama administration has dramatically increased trade enforcement in the past four years by filing a number of successful complaints against China, both here in the United States and at the World Trade Organization. However, much more needs to be done to eliminate unfair trade practices, especially currency manipulation. The administration's four years of pursuing quiet negotiations has achieved only mild success. With the U.S. and European economies headed into a downturn in 2013, it is essential to rebalance global trade. Reducing imports to the U.S. relative to exports offers the best hope for creating millions of U.S. jobs and stimulating GDP--at no cost to the government. Time is short for the President to put in place policies that will end the jobs crisis that threatens to become his economic legacy. Ending currency manipulation is the place to start is by and now is the time to do it.