P Gunasegaram opines that Astro’s IPO demonstrates how retail investors are discriminated against.
P Gunasegaram says let independent advice be something that investment advisers don’t have to compete or market for.
AH, yes the Election Budget! Everyone expects the goodies to be handed out left, right and centre. But what should we really be doing?
P Gunasegaram comments that underestimating the capability and capacity of new low cost carrier Milando Airways is dangerous.
There’s a solution that will solve the problem of abandoned housing once and for all.
P Gunasegaram wonders if Apple could be guilty of stifling innovation by its apparent strategy of patenting everything and then tieing up competitors in court if there is any semblance of product infringement.
P Gunasegaram discusses the right property mix where making housing affordable, avoiding a property bubble.
P Gunasegaram stresses on the need to clampdown on market manipulation and spotlights the recent runup of E&O’s
AS a person who was born and spent his childhood years in the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia (RRI), Sungei Buloh, it is with some nostalgia that I read about plans to develop the area.
P Gunasegaram argues that reducing car taxes may bring some pain at first but there is much more to gain over the long term.
P. Gunasegaram says the economic benefits of hosting the Olympic Games have been rather dubious at best.
THE lawlessness that pervades the international banking industry and especially the large Western banks must raise serious questions as to what perpetuates such barbarous behaviour among the custodians of people’s money.
A COUPLE of Thursday’s news reports were interesting – one said that the response for the initial public offer (IPO) of Khazanah Nasional-owned IHH Healthcare was great with the share price for the IPO set at RM2.80.
P. Gunasegaram wonders about the viability of the Battersea project that a Malaysian consortium has taken up.
P Gunasegaram feels that the NAP should consider liberalising the car industry as the public has been unduly burdened with the failings of Proton for years now.
P Gunasegaram feels that Asia can weather the much-discussed impact of the eurozone crisis by being self-relient and not falling for the rashness of rating agencies, research firms and fund managers.
P Gunasegaram wonders why Berjaya Sports Toto has put its gaming business into a trust to be listed in Singapore when there seems to be no clear positive outcome.
P Gunasegaram questions why IPOs do not make individual investors privy to the same wealth of information that they so readily provide institutional investors.
Malaysians should take heed that IPOs don’t always make money as the Facebook fiasco has amply demonstrated.
The JPMorgan fiasco shows that banks are risking money on dubious bets, says P Gunasegaram.
P Gunasegaram says MAS should look into offering competitive fares, filling up seats and improving passenger yields while not compromising on its 5-Star service.
P. Gunasegaram offers some suggestions as to how the Government could fill its coffers without further taxing the average wage earner.