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Over the past few years, the global capital market scene has witnessed a barrage of Islamic indices, such as FTSE, Dow Jones, Standard & Poors and Moody’s. On issues ranging from standardization to screenings and what makes Islamic indices enticing, RAHAYU MUSA KAMAL spoke to several industry players to get a better understanding of what Islamic indices are all about. Islamic indices are said to be a hit because they have been outperforming conventional indices, mainly because they do not have any exposure to the conventional financial sector stocks, which have been affected by the credit crunch triggered by the subprime ...
The Star, Malaysia’s largest selling English newspaper that is beginning to make inroads into new territories like radio and the Internet, is set to embrace Ho Kay Tat (picture) as the newest member of its senior management team. The 51-year-old group chief editor of The Edge group may join Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd as an executive director and chief operating officer, according to an industry source. "The deal was done last week," said one source. A source close to the white-haired editor believes that Ho may assume the role of Star’s managing director, a ... Read More
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