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Commodities Update - Mar 2010
Positive view at the conference. We were at the Palm Oil & Lauric Conference (POC) recently. It was well attended by over 1,500 delegates and is the year’s biggest palm oil event. Unlike POC 2009, the sentiment this year is more upbeat. Overall, industry observers are bullish on the price of CPO this year, with forecast ranging
from RM2,400/MT to RM3,500/MT.
Islamic Finance Research March 2010
over the years the Islamic Finance industry has evolved to become an essential part of the international financial system, due to the growing interest in Islamic finance products and services among the Muslim and non-muslim countries alike.
Monetary Policy Alert - To Hike or Not to Hike?
Based on Malaysia's improved economic outlook, we do not dismiss the possibility that Bank Negara Malaysia will announce a "normalisation" of monetary policy as early as this evening's Monetary Policy Committee meeting.
Malaysia Banking Update 2 March 2010
Loan growth strengthened further to 8.6% yoy (RM790.6bln) in January 10 vs. 7.8% yoy in December 09, driven by faster pace in loan growth for both the household and business segments
India Budget 2010-11 - 2 March 10
India announced its Budget 2010-2011 on 26 Feb, which lays the foundation for sustainable high economic
growth and a return to fiscal discipline. The main thrusts of the latest Budget include sustaining and improving
the high growth rates of the economy, with the top priority being returning the GDP growth rate of 9% per
annum at the earliest; deepening and broadening the agenda for inclusive development and returning to fiscal
responsibility targets at the earliest.
Kuwait Report 010310 Final
Kuwait's strong external financial position and fiscal programmes helped lessen the impact of sharply reduced private sector activity and lower contributions from its key oil sector last year
Sovereigns Under Pressure Feb 2010
Investors are increasingly focusing on fiscal stability issues among developed nations. Concerns over sustainability and political uncertainties have seen the credit default swaps(CDS) for the UK and Japan widened considerably in the past few weeks
GCC Update - Kuwait Cuts Key Rates to Boost Growth 9 Feb 10
The central Bank of Kuwait cut its one-week and one month repurchase rates by 25 basis points each on Monday in order to boost money supply.
Aviation - Aircraft Demand 8 Feb 2010
since emerging from the downturn in 2003, the sector has shown robust passenger demand growth, bouyed by a favourable economic environtment and stable geopolitical environtment.