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Property market will have to depend on economy. How’s the economy?

Posted in Malaysian economy and more, and Press Releases (developers and more)

A positive sentiment is important for the property market. However, demand comes only when the people have jobs and for people to have jobs, the economy must continue to grow.…

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Malaysian economy stays healthy, says Moody’s

Posted in Malaysian economy and more

Foreign funds would always try to invest in markets which are worth investing in. In brief, countries which are rated under the ‘Investment Grade’ by the international rating agencies. This…

What happens to property market when inflation is always at 1 percent every year?

Posted in Malaysian economy and more, and Personal Finance

Most of my friends tell me that the inflation numbers published by the government is not reflective of what’s happening in the market. That was months ago and even years…

Malaysia’s robust macroeconomic conditions supportive to banks

Posted in Malaysian economy and more

Is the property market still getting the right support from the banks? Well, it’s vice-versa too because the question can also be if the property market is still supporting the…

Yes, 24th by 2050. Yes, above many advanced nations of today.

Posted in Malaysian economy and more

If everyone believes that after GE14, we have a better Malaysia, then I think it’s a great news to the future of Malaysia, especially when we reach the year 2050.…

Potential to reach RM3.75? As usual, it SHOULD depend on trade.

Posted in Malaysian economy and more, and Property, KL / Selangor

The following was said by Standard Chartered Bank chief economist for Asean and South Asia Edward Lee. “US dollar is generally still overvalued and in Asia, the ringgit is one of…

Financial risks, household debts and lower income households

Posted in Malaysian economy and more, and Property, KL / Selangor

We should always be mindful that high household debts vs the GDP is dangerous to the economy. Everyone tells me this all the time. This is especially when the household…

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