The Socio-Political Relations of the Malaysian Monarchy and UMNO from the 1940s to 1950s … More The Socio-Political Relations of the Malaysian Monarchy and UMNO from the 1940s to 1950s
Maintain Genting Malaysia Berhad at Target Price of RM6.39 … More Update on Genting Malaysia Berhad – 21 June 2017
Trump has been blaming countries like China, Germany for its unfair trade practices when he should look at himself in the mirror … More Germany’s Current Account Balance – Another of Trump’s “Blame it on the unfair trade policies”
Kuala Lumpur Kepong – Is it the Right Time to Take some Profit off now? … More Kuala Lumpur Kepong – Is it the Right Time to Take Some Profit off now?
The current account or trade balance, a touchy subject for the US for a long time. As usual with numerous presidents before Trump, Trump blames current account surplus countries like China, Germany and many developing countries for America’s current account deficit which Jeffrey Sachs described Here. The main points Jeffrey Sachs raised in his article is … More The US Current Account Deficit – Is it China’s fault?
Hi, guys. Been wanting to do this for quite some time now, a simple company analysis for ordinary investors out there. A bit of background on me, I graduated with a degree in economics and mathematics and worked for a sovereign wealth fund before for a year. I do want to improve my investment and … More Genting Malaysia Berhad – Should you Invest?
I am sure everyone has heard about the relationship Jack Ma has with the Malaysian government. He is the digital adviser to Malaysia’s digital economy and has signed an MoU with the Chinese and Malaysia government to connect e-hubs under the Electronic World Trade Platform. The reason I am writing about is that I have … More Why Ali Baba chose Malaysia over Singapore? – A Political Perspective
Cover Image from “Global Research” I have to admit, this is not an easy issue to research or talk about. I have been reading a book titled “Political Business in East Asia” edited by Edmund Terence Gomez, and it basically turned my understanding on economic development/growth and corruption upside down, especially true in the Asian … More Development and Corruption in Asia – An Unusual Relationship
An article emerged recently from Bloomberg which you can find here which talks about the rising outflows of yuan from China. As you may have heard, China is actually trying to “internationalise” its Yuan, meaning to make it comparable to the currency big boys like the USD, EURO and Yen as an international trading currency. But … More China’s Fixed Exchange Rate – How does PBOC Maintain it?
I have recently read 2 interesting posts on negative rates by Stiglitz and Bernanke . Basically, they are trying to assess the impact and effectiveness of central banks pushing down rates to negative territories. Stiglitz seems to think that it’s not going to be that impactful considering the fact that real interest rates are already negative ( Nominal interest … More The Implications and Rationale of a Negative Rate Policy, A Consumption Point of View