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5/11/2009
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Monday, January 24, 2011

Chinese New Year of Rabbit?? Metal Rabbit? OOOOYYEEEEAH!

What is the great things start date year of metal rabbit on 4th. February 2011? The below said, there will a lot of wood element that represent wealth, indicate opportunities still exist.

What opportunity?? Change of equality in getting benefit from  country wealth? Or opportunity of total change in our country political scenario? Change to the good or change for the good or opportunity to change for the good? General election might soon appear... lets put our hand and take opportunity to make a change.

What will be on 4th. february....? OOOOOYYEAAAAH! My masihi birth aniversary on the date!!!??  OOOOYYEAAAAH! My age rise again, life become short and shorter.  Hope Allah s.w.t. bless me more this year with  prosperity and able to invest more in my ibadah bundle with a good health together.

My dreams this year to see a total change! Change what? Change what ever that should be change...

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The Star Published: Monday January 24, 2011 MYT 12:44:00 PM

FBM KLCI closes lower

By TEE LIN SAY


The FBM KLCI continued with its consolidation, as investors booked profits they had made since the Year started.
The Year of the Metal Rabbit will start on February 4, 2011 at 12.34pm. Based on the year's BaZi chart, there are lots of Wood element. As wood represents wealth, this indicates opportunities still exist.
Meanwhile, central bank meetings in Japan, Malaysia and India this week will be a key factor as policymakers, especially in Mumbai, are seen raising interest rates further to tackle price pressures.
In Malaysia, net foreign direct investment inflows have rebounded to RM21.4bil in 2010 from RM5bil in 2009 while total approved manufacturing investments surged to RM47.2bil in 2010 (RM32.6bil in 2009). We expect the economy to grow by 5.5% this year from an estimated 7.0% in 2010.
Asian stocks rose on mild bargain buying after a sell-off last week. The Federal Reserve will meet this week where it is expected to paint a cautious view of the world's biggest economy.
MIDF Research said that there was a marginal aggregate inflow of foreign funds into Asian equity last week, for the 9th consecutive week.
Foreign funds bought (net of sale), US$691mil of equity in the 6 Asian markets that we track in the third week of 2011, significantly lower than the USD1.4bil the week before. Foreign investors were net sellers in Thailand, India, Indonesia and the Philippines.
At 12.30pm, the FBM KLCI was down 7.3 points to 1,540.13. There were a total of 175 gainers and 515 losers with 265 stocks unchanged.
Tokyo's Nikkei 225 was up 0.43% to 10,319.09 and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was down 0.34% to 23,795.79.
Shanghai's A index was down 0.5% to 2,701.84 while Taiwan's Taiex Index was down 0.18% to 8,938.55.
Seoul's Kospi Index was up 0.17% to 2,073.45, with Singapore's Straits Times Index was up 0.46% to 3,199.15.
Nymex crude oil was up 43 cents to US$98.03 per barrel.
Spot gold was down up US$10.20 to US$1,351.20 per ounce.
The ringgit was quoted at 3.0575 to the US dollar.

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