Commodity Weekly Report January 8 2012

Crude prices have been af­fected by countering forces between contracting demands from European’s recession and Iranian tension. Last week, the WTI Crude floated above US$100/barrel while gold prices recovered above US$1,600/oz. The meltdown in the eurozone economy and subsequent down­grade... more »

US dollar versus the gold trend in 2012

Looking back, the bullish sentiment in Asian equities and properties from 2005 to 2006 had created much wealth to investors until the subprime crisis erupted in 2007. When the meltdown aggravated in 2008, the ‘demise’ of US housing demands and... more »

Chevrolet Captiva: Captivating crossover

Chevrolet is one of the earliest brands of auto­mobiles, tracing its roots back to the early 20th century, incorporating its design prow­ess into many vehicle platforms including sport utility vehicles (SUVs). The seven-seater Captiva crossover SUV, developed by the Korean... more »

GDP growth:What’s in store?

KUCHING: As the global economic outlook remains fluid and increasingly worrying, many governments are aware of its impact towards Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and its outlook for the year ahead. For Malaysia, the government is maintaining its GDP forecast for... more »

Sabah: A year in review

It has been an eventful year for Sabah, characterised by growing streams of investment flowing into the state, enhanced economic cooperation, improved trade relations and several significant offshore oil discoveries, including one announced in November by the national oil corporation,... more »
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