Malaysian capital market consist of various investment vehicles. There are in the form of shares, unit trusts, bonds, warrants and derivatives. Type of investment vehicles for an investor to choose from to invest in is usually determined by several common factors: Investment goals Risk appetite Risk tolerance Period Capital
Sales charges for Unit Trust investment has been lowered down to 1.5% starting 1st of May 2020 until 30th April 2021. This represent 50% discount!
As Malaysia heavily relied on crude oil for its export in 2014 at 30.0%, those downturn proved to be too much to bear. During this time Dato’ Seri Najib Razak has made a very bold decision by introducing GST on 1st of April 2015 at 6% to act as a cover for lost revenue from crude oil.
Approximately 95% of the firms reported unchanged workforce numbers in Malaysia.
Caixin China General Manufacturing PMITM is compiled by IHS Markit from responses to questionnaires sent to purchasing managers in a panel of around 500 private and state-owned manufacturers.