Money, banks and govt: who should call the shots in Malaysia's financial system?
Differing opinions arise over the effect on inflation, access to credit and qualifications of Parliament to oversee the creation of money.
High home prices, low income see many still living with parents
Many among the urban poor cannot afford to set up their own home, especially in major cities.
As cost of living goes up, Felda settlers say welfare spiralling down
They say they are not chasing after riches, only a boost in their quality of life.
For some, e-bidding craze for car plate numbers a quick road to financial ruin
The cost of bidding for numbers can reach exorbitant levels, but some customers are hell-bent on getting the licence plate of their dreams.
Tabung Haji announces 3.10% profit distribution
Lembaga Tabung Haji says its financial position remains strong with assets totalling RM88.73 billion.
AirAsia X stays in the red in Q2 FY2022 with RM11.9 million net loss
No dividends were declared, approved or paid during the quarter under review.
The costs and benefits of buy now, pay later
If not used wisely, the scheme could lead to the accumulation of debts, experts warn.
Black Friday fuels debt fears as Britons go on buy-now-pay-later spree
One lawmaker warns that people risk amassing unmanageable debts as retailers encourage them to go all out for Christmas following the axing of last year's celebrations due to soaring Covid-19 cases.
Grab’s third quarter takes a hit from virus curbs
Grab's mobility business brought in US$88 million in revenue, down 26% from a year earlier, while sales at its deliveries unit rose 58%.
Philippine economy to take 10 years to recover from virus, says official
Lockdowns and other restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus have shattered the Southeast Asian nation's economy, throwing millions out of work and leaving many poor families hungry.
Money matters weigh heaviest during MCO, survey shows
Respondents say financial activities are the most challenging, followed by social interaction, mental health and work.
Pandemic pushing public universities to brink of financial crisis
The coming year will tell if public universities can survive financially, says UM prof.