Is a smash hit for Galantis. Talk in town is, Malaysia is going to come up with a new set of currency.
The new money will be in RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, RM100 and perhaps the re introduction of the RM1000 notes.
Is the smash hit from Loren Allred.
Sarawak Report is adding spice to the greatest financial scandal in the history of mankind...and it looks like for the looters the money is NEVER ENOUGH.
Here is part of the report :
Sarawak Report has received further undocumented information about this and related accounts, from sources it has reason to believe. Back in 2015 these sources confided that Rosmah held no less than RM2 billion in this Afin Bank and related accounts in other bands. We now understand that the sum in fact topped RM4 billion ringgit, but that much has been transported out.
Is a hit for Big Sean. Those who still want to listen to the advise from Najib Razak on the finances of the country. BEWARE.
BEWARE because in 2016, Najib Razak was voted as the worst finance minister in Asia. Last year, Najib came in second last.
Luckily this year, Najib won't be representing Malaysia. This is what South China Morning Post had to say :
Hong Kong-based financial magazine FinanceAsiaranked Najib second last among the finance ministers of Asia’s top 12 economies.
Najib, the magazine said, was a “prime example” of a finance minister who had “through their actions or speeches detracted from the credibility and prestige of the institutions they represent”.
Is a one hit wonder for Charles & Eddie.
If Najib Razak were to ask the man in the street would I
lie to you?
The reply most likely will be yeah man, you would lie to us.
Najib Razak, suddenly is worried that our stock market dropped on Wednesday, while others are saying that more than RM4 billion exited the stock market because Tun Dr Mahathir said that the nation's debt had hit RM1 trillion.
First of all, Tun never said it's a net debt. He merely said it's a debt.
Secondly, RM4 billion is a lot of money, but in a stock market which is valued at RM3.3 TRILLION, the outflow is considered small.
Is the smash hit for Shakka.
There is a Russian saying, the rouble is like your grandmother, like or don't like, have to keep. The Euro is like your mistress, it starts hot, but eventually it boils down to nothing.
The US dollar, though is like your wife...need to keep and maintain it till the end.
With that, it seems the Ringgit is like a man down, at the moment.
Currently the currency trades at RM3.98 to the dollar. Maybank and RHB are selling the US dollar at between RM4.03 and RM4.07.
CIMB says that by September, the Ringgit will be at RM3.75 against the dollar while Singapore's DBS Bank sees the Ringgit at RM4.20 to the dollar by year end.
Is the smash hit from Post Malone. We'll talk is, the Ringgit is going to slide to RM4.20 against the US Dollar by year end.
If that is the case, the export oriented stocks such as Inari and Mieco Chipboard are Bursa Malaysia's rockstar in waiting. Better get them now, while the valuation is still not mind boggling.
The Edge has the story on the Ringgit. Read below :
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit could depreciate to 4.20 against the greenback by the end of the year as domestic and external events may exert pressure on the currency, according to DBS Group Research.
“A surprise election outcome, potential downside on the fiscal position and more hawkish monetary policy action from the US [Federal Reserve] may weigh on the ringgit.
“We expect the ringgit to hit 4.20 against the US dollar by end-2018,” said Irvin Seah, DBS economist.
Is the single released just this week by Arctic Monkeys.
Najib Razak, unfortunately is not going to receive the star treatment next week.
Somebody once told me, if you break the law, then the law will break you.
But Najib is right to say, that former minister's like KJ who kept their lips sealed when Najib was the man of steel in Malaysia, should hold their peace.
Don't give Khairy Jamalludin, the star treatment either. Testicles can't be grown, either you are born with it from your moral fiber, or you lack morality. And that's the bottom line!!!
Is the one hit wonder from Ollie & Jerry.
Liverpool FC can now help the world complete a unique trinity.
In 1981, Mahathir Mohammed became the prime minister of Malaysia.
In 1981, there was a royal wedding in England between Charles & Diana.
In 1981, Liverpool beat Real Madrid one zero to become European champions.
Fast forward to 2018, Mahathir Mohammed is back as prime minister of Malaysia, while in the UK , there is going to be a royal wedding .
Come end of this month, Liverpool takes on Real Madrid...there's no stoppin us, Liverpool must somehow find that Malaysian strength, fight against the odds, slay a giant and be crowned champions of Europe!!!
The Guardian newspaper had an interesting piece on Sirul Azhar, who was convicted of murdering Mongolian model/Interpretor Alantuya.
Below is what the guardian wrote :
In recent weeks there have been teleconferences between Sirul’s Australian lawyers and the department. The timeline is now set for a hearing of his case in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. By Friday 11 May, he had to give “any additional evidence” he “intends to rely on and a statement of issues, facts and contentions”. The department must reply by 30 May. By 1 June both Sirul and the department must “give a hearing certificate” in which they need to list witnesses, experts and their legal representatives.
For Sirul, he can’t remain silent any longer if he’s to prove why he isn’t “ineligible for the grant of a protection visa”.
1. 2. 3. Do. Re. Mi.
Apa nak jadi
Alif. Ba. Ta. A. B. C.
Apa nak jadi
Hujan pasti berhenti
Is the classic from M.Nasir. Yesterday Tony Fernandes said, he was basically threatened to support BN.
KJ meanwhile indicated he didnt have the guts to tell Najib that 1MDB stinks.
Wahid Omar, meanwhile after his spelling and grammar filled error in support for BN, atleast has kept his dignity intact.
M. Nasir : Hidup dan nasib roler koster Susah dan senang bersilih ganti Bila-bila boleh naik dan turun Apokalips
Was a massive hit for Paul Young in the 1980's.
Yesterday, the CEO of NST, told the newspaper"s staff that, how reporting is done at NST, will now need to be changed.
Little does Jalil know, the writting is on the wall, and somebody at the NST editorial desk is singing right now I'm gonna tear your playhouse down.
Is the rock N roll classic by Bob Segar.
Media Prima currently trading at 32 Sen, is poised to see the most intrigue now that the general election is over.
Talk is there is going to be a massive shakedown in Media Prima.
Zahid Hamidi, will most likely want those to close to him, to takeover the reigns in UMNO's jewel in the crown.
While Anwar Ibrahim is said to be eyeing a takeover of Media Prima from UMNO. No doubt the government of the day, will have the tools to do it.
As the vultures surround on who will get the spoils in NST and TV3, one thing is for sure. On the editorial floor, there is going to be a shakedown.
Is the rising hit by Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin.
This is a no brainer, Opcom which was last traded at 60 Sen a share, has been rising just before the election.
Mokhzani is the chairman, while Mukhriz is the major shareholder. Both are sons of 93 year old Mahathir Mohammed, Malaysia's much loved new Prime Minister.
Mahathir, said yesterday, people must be allowed to push up shares. During his tenure as Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, the trading volume on Bursa Malaysia (KLSE) was on par and on some days even exceeded the Dow Jones.
Mahathir is back as the seventh prime minister, and needless to say , I like it. Opcom for RM1 .
Fight Song!!. Was a massive hit for Rachel Platten. If one match ,can cause and explosion, then one vote can either cause liberation or utter destruction.
If you ask me. I'd go for Barisan Nasional. Najib has really liberalised the economy. Before Najib, you won't have seen a Chinese have complete control of a giant company like GRAB without giving shares out to Bumis.
Yes, Najib screwed up big time in 1MDB. Who hasn't F up? Overall he is a good PM. Yes he got flaws and some of his cabinet are retards. But there are good people too in the cabinet.
Vote for PH if , you must. In Dr Mahathir, they have a leader who is respected everywhere in the world.
Whoever, you vote for. Make your vote count, because this is your fight song...
Is the single from Post Malone which has come from nowhere in its first week of release, smashing in at number 11 on the UK Top 40.
With election day nearing, the financial markets are acting paranoid.
Foreign funds, sold RM438 million worth of shares last week. This is the first time in four weeks, foreign funds are net sellers on Bursa Malaysia.
Elsewhere, the Ringgit against the US dollar is trading at RM3.94.... so much for talk that Najib will bring it to RM3.80 on election day.
Are the markers just paranoid, or do they already know, what we all think we know....
Is a current US top 20 hit by female rapper Cardi B.
Some 14 Nobel peace prize winners and over 1,000 top economist are warning Donald Trump's America, to be careful, as they are on the brink of pushing the world into a great depression.
CNN has the story. Read below :
Over a thousand economists have written to Donald Trump warning his “economic protectionism” and tough rhetoric on trade threatens to repeat the mistakes the US made in the 1930s, mistakes that plunged the world into the Great Depression.
The 1,140 economists, including 14 Nobel prize winners, sent the letter on Thursday amid an escalating row over trade between the US and the European Union. Trump has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports but has granted temporary reprieves to the EU, Australia and other countries.
“In 1930, 1,028 economists urged Congress to reject the protectionist Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act,” the authors write, citing a trade act that many economists argue was one of the triggers for the Great Depression.
“Today, Americans face a host of new protectionist activity, including threats to withdraw from trade agreements, misguided calls for new tariffs in response to trade imbalances, and the imposition of tariffs on washing machines, solar components, and even steel and aluminum used by US manufacturers.
“Congress did not take economists’ advice in 1930, and Americans across the country paid the price. The undersigned economists and teachers of economics strongly urge you not to repeat that mistake. Much has changed since 1930 – for example, trade is now significantly more important to our economy – but the fundamental economic principles as explained at the time have not.”
On the campaign trail and since taking office Trump has threatened to dismantle decades of trade deals, including the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta). The president has blamed Nafta for hollowing out the US’s manufacturing base.
The letter is signed by Nobel laureates including lvin Roth, Richard Thaler, Oliver Hart, Roger Myerson and James Heckman as well as Jason Furman, former chair of the Council of Economic Advisors to Barack Obama, and James Miller, budget director to Ronald Reagan