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EU Anxiously Waiting For Trade Talks With China – But Beijing Appears Not Interested And Doesn’t Care

When the U.S. sneezes, the world catches a cold. However, with China’s economic rise, the world could also catch a cold when China sneezes. The world quickly learns the impact of China shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Negative global spillover from falling industrial and manufacturing activity in China could trigger retrenchment, inflation or even recession.   Since […]

... written on Jul 04 2022

Trapped In RM80 Billion Subsidy – A Result Of “Ketuanan Melayu” Racist Policy, Corruption & Nepotism

Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said the subsidy bill for this year (2022) is expected to hit RM77.3 billion – the largest in the history of Malaysia. The subsidy included petrol, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas (RM37.3 billion), cooking oil (RM4 billion), flour and electricity (RM9.7 billion), Bantuan Keluarga Malaysia (BKM) (RM11.7 billion), and […]

... written on Jun 27 2022

The Return Of GST – PM Ismail Sabri’s Audemars Piguet Watch Worth RM292,553 Can Subsidize Thousands Of Chicken

You know this country is in serious financial trouble when Prime Minister Ismail Sabri floats the crazy idea of restoring GST (Goods and Services Tax) in the middle of global inflation. Either he was extremely desperate because the national coffers are already empty, or he had no idea that Najib Razak’s advice to re-introduce the […]

... written on Jun 04 2022

Chicken Crisis – Clueless PM Sabri Should Spend More Time Fixing Food Crisis Than Whining About Malay Language

Have you noticed the size of fried chicken at Kentucky Fried Chicken is smaller than usual? That’s because the chicken shortage has forced the poor birds to be slaughtered earlier in order to meet the local demand. Yes, Malaysia is currently facing the food crisis, and chicken is the latest candidate of food shortage that […]

... written on May 25 2022

Too Little Too Late – Bank Negara Raises Interest Rate To Rescue Tumbling Ringgit Under Pretext Of Fighting Inflation

As expected, Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia) has finally raised its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points today (May 11). With the increase, the first since the rate reached a record low of 1.75% in July 2020, the effective OPR (overnight policy rate) is now 2.00%. However, at the same time, the […]

... written on May 11 2022

How To Protect $3.2 Trillion – China Held Meetings To Find Ways To Protect Its Assets From Potential U.S. Sanctions

China has a huge problem – US$3.2 trillion foreign exchange reserve – the world’s largest reserves. In comparison, Japan, the country with the second largest foreign reserves, has only US$1.4 trillion (as of Feb 2022). China’s foreign assets included more than US$1 trillion in U.S. bonds and huge amounts of real estate, especially hotels and […]

... written on May 06 2022

4 Main Questions About Crypto

The cryptocurrency market is not the easiest place to work. There are many things to consider, such as volatility, assets, liquidity, news, and more. All of these things require preparation to face the challenges that these digital assets present. In this article, we will share with you some useful tips to help you trade better […]

... written on Apr 28 2022

Russia Cuts Off Gas To Poland & Bulgaria – European Gas Jumps 24% As Putin Starts Punishing “Unfriendly Countries”

Vladimir Putin has finally made good on his threat to punish “unfriendly countries” that stubbornly and defiantly refused to pay for Russian natural gas in rubles. The first casualties – Poland and Bulgaria – saw their gas supplies cut on Wednesday (April 27), coincides with a sharp rise in tensions between Western powers and Russia as the war in Ukraine enters its […]

... written on Apr 27 2022

Ringgit Hits 2-Year Low Of 4.36 Despite High Oil Price – How UMNO Leaders Destroy The Currency In The Last 25 Years

When Muhyiddin Yassin betrayed the democratically elected Pakatan Harapan and took over as Malaysia’s first backdoor prime minister on Mar 1, 2020, the local currency – Ringgit – plunged from 4.17 to 4.44 within days. It was as bad as during Najib Razak government, during which Ringgit hit a low of 4.50 as the country […]

... written on Apr 26 2022

Premium Gold Coins At Lear Capital

Are you a numismatist? Individuals who find thrill in collecting old and rare coins are constantly on the lookout to add new pieces to their collections. Precious metal companies, including Lear Capital, offer an extensive range of premium gold coins that spark the interest of investors and numismatics. These pieces from the Liberty and Indian […]

... written on Apr 02 2022









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