From GST to a myriad of other price hikes, iMoney looks back at the year that was.
Will 2016 spell better news for our wallets? We’re not counting on it. Here are some price hikes that we’re totally not looking forward to next year.
Fitch Ratings has turned the sector outlook for Malaysian banks to negative in 2016, due to greater pressure on earnings and asset quality.
Demands for Islamic home loans have declined due to the the sluggish economy.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – a massive trade pact between 12 Pacific Rim countries – could limit the availability of affordable medicines, said the head of the World Health Organisation.
The government could introduce toll subsidies if global oil prices recover, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani.
Budget 2016 has been announced by our Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Here are the key announcements made in the Malaysia Budget 2016.
Good or bad, the upcoming Budget 2016 announcement will have a significant impact on your daily life. We speak to politicians and MPs on what is to come.
Malaysia moved up to 18th placing in the latest world competitiveness report by the World Economic Forum.
Property gurus Faizul Ridzuan and Ahyat Ishak share their views on buying property in Malaysia amid economic uncertainties.