Singapore, Germany sign agreements to boost market access for startups
Singapore startups will be able to better access opportunities in the German market. These include partnerships in innovation, the exchange of business views and knowledge, as well as the sharing of best practices.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): theedgemarkets.com highlighted twelve stocks with momentum at Bursa Malaysia’s afternoon market close today. Three stocks displayed positive momentum and nine showed negative momentum.
Stocks with positive momentum were:
Dancomech Holdings Bhd – up 3.5 sen at 45 sen
EG Industries Bhd – up 6.5 sen at 60.5 sen
Mikro MSC Bhd – up 2 sen at 35 sen
Stocks with negative momentum were:
Ancom Bhd – up 1 sen at 73.5 sen
Far East Holdings Bhd – down 12 sen at RM3.26
JF Technology Bhd – up 2.5 sen at 95 sen
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): Malaysia cut its full-year growth forecast and reported much slower second-quarter expansion on Friday, as the country reviews mega projects and tackles a massive debt left by the previous government.
Weaker growth figures were expected, analysts say, due to global uncertainties and questions raised by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's stunning election win in May that ended six-decade-long single party rule in Southeast Asia's third-largest economy.
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