Hong Kong’s office towers have never been so empty
Straits Times - June 5 , 2023
Prices for premium offices, meanwhile, dropped 26 per cent in March from their peak in 2018, and rents are off 29 per cent from four years ago. While that is good news for tenants in a market that still has the highest occupancy costs in the world...
Earnings of Malaysia's 30 largest listed firms slump 35pct to RM15.8bil in March quarter
NST - June 5 , 2023
The combined reported earnings of Bursa Malaysia's largest 30 companies slump nearly 35 per cent quarter-on-quarter to about RM15.8 billion in the recent March reporting period.
AICB shaping the future of banking through ESG initiatives
The Star - June 28 , 2023
CLIMATE risk and banking are closely intertwined as the financial sector is not only exposed to the risks associated with heavy carbon emitting industries but also vulnerable to the broader impacts of climate change.
YTL Corp targets RM1b dividend payout, open to strategic acquisitions
The Malaysian Reserve - June 28 , 2023
YTL Corp Bhd plans to pay RM1 billion in dividends per annum for the financial year 2024 and 2025, translating into dividend per share (DPS) of 9.5 sen and yield of 10% per annum.
Light Up The City By Joining This Free 5KM Night Run By Yes 5G
Says - June 16 , 2023
Yes 5G is hosting The Wave, a community-driven run where you'll get to light up the streets of KL in bright neon suits.
BMCC Business Excellence Awards 2023: YTL Corp crowned UK-Malaysia Business of the Year
The Edge - June 8 , 2023
YTL Corp Bhd has been crowned UK-Malaysia Business of the Year at the fourth iteration of the British Malaysia Chamber of Commerce’s (BMCC) Business Excellence Awards.
YTL Corp: Earnings momentum to continue
CGS CIMB - June 7 , 2023
CGS CIMB reiterates ADD rating with a higher SOP-based Target Price of RM1.28 as we lift our FY23-25F EPS by 12-64% on better earnings for YTL Power and MCement.
Malayan Cement: Benefitting from higher ASPs and lower coal prices
Affin Hwang Investment Bank - June 1 , 2023
Affin Hwang Investment Bank Upgrades to BUY for Malayan Cement at a Target Price of RM3.30. 3QFY23 earnings surged from higher cement prices and lower coal prices.