Outlook Of The Economy & Market In GE14 Year
The Morning Run Crew
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The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines:
0:11 - Nomura Global Markets Research recommends a stock-selective approach for Malaysian equities this New Year and targets the KLCI to be at 1,860 points as of end-2018.
5:46 - The Securities Commission has a ordered Singapore-based blockchain startup - CopyCash Foundation - to halt all its activities in Malaysia and this includes a planned initial coin offering scheduled today.
8:54 - There is news that the the Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim has teamed up with entrepreneur Datuk Patrick Lim Soo Kit for a pharma project in Sri Lanka.
11:04 - Opposition lawmaker Tony Pua has raised questions as to how 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) was able to make its final US$600 million (RM2.4 billion) settlement payment to Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Co on Dec 27 last year.
Presented by: Brian Fernandes, Joyce Goh, Sharaad Kuttan
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Tags: CopyCash, Nomura Global, Malaysian Equities, Securities Commission, Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar, Patrick Lim Soo Kit, Tony Pua, 1MDB, IPIC, General Elections, GE14, General Elections 14, Cryptocurrency, ICO, Bank Negara, Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani, Bitcoin, Blockhain