Movement Control Order (MCO)

3 Ps and 4 themes to drive Malaysian stocks: Maybank Kim Eng - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Investing ideas

3 Ps and 4 themes to drive Malaysian stocks: Maybank Kim Eng

It will be a long while before Singaporeans are able to cross the border into Malaysia.

Aspen Group subsidiary, Aspen Glove, secures sales of US$100 mil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Contracts

Aspen Group subsidiary, Aspen Glove, secures sales of US$100 mil

Aspen Glove, the subsidiary of Aspen Group, has entered into a sales and distribution agreement with an unnamed third-party distributor on Jan 13.

Grand Banks Yachts receives approval to continue operations during MCO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Grand Banks Yachts receives approval to continue operations during MCO

It will be business as usual for Grand Banks Yachts during Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO), which will take place from Jan 13 to Jan 26.

Malaysia

Malaysian PM Muhyiddin accused of power grab after Parliament suspended

In explaining why Malaysia needed to suspend democracy for the first time in half a century to fight the pandemic, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin assured the nation he wasn’t staging a military co

Malaysia will have no curfews or military rule during state of emergency; country is 'open for business': Malaysian PM Muhyiddin - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Malaysia will have no curfews or military rule during state of emergency; country is 'open for business': Malaysian PM Muhyiddin

Malaysia will have no curfews or military rule during the state of emergency, says Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Jan 12.

Malaysia to impose new movement restrictions for two weeks from Jan 13 amid soaring number of Covid-19 cases - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Malaysia to impose new movement restrictions for two weeks from Jan 13 amid soaring number of Covid-19 cases

Malaysia will impose yet another round of its Movement Control Order (MCO) in six states – Melaka, Johor, Penang, Selangor, Sabah and the Federal Territories including Kuala Lumpur.

Tong's Portfolio

Money from moratorium fuelled stock rally

To say that this has been a year filled with unpredictability and uncertainties would be a gross understatement.

Tong's Portfolio

We must now prevent a second wave of the 'economic virus'

(July 9): The Covid-19 outbreak in Malaysia hit a key milestone on July 1 when the number of new cases dropped to just one — a Malaysian returning from Turkey.

Broker's Calls

UOB Malaysia sees higher credit costs in FY20: CGS-CIMB

SINGAPORE (July 6): Amid calls for the Malaysian government to extend the loan moratorium, United Overseas Bank’s Malaysian operations could see higher credit costs ahead, according to CGS-CIMB Res

Travel

Singapore and Malaysia talk travel, but say safety still a priority

SINGAPORE (June 9): Singapore and Malaysia are in talks to allow the resumption of travel between both countries, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said on Monday.      

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