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Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF)
5 Ways How MIDF Invest Offers Malaysians A Secure Platform To Invest In US Stocks
- 19th November 2021
A diversified portfolio is one of the keys to helping investors manage investment risk and maintain potential growth […]
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Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF)
MIDF Launches MIDF Invest, Digital Investment Platform For US Stocks And ETFs
- 6th July 2021
MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd has launched its new MIDF Invest app, an online investment platform that allows […]
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Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF)
BNM: EPF i-Sinar Withdrawals Boost Local Economy
- 2nd April 2021
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) deputy governor Datuk Abdul Rasheed Ghaffour said that the withdrawals under the Employees Provident […]
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Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF)
PEMERKASA: Key Initiatives For SMEs And Businesses
- 18th March 2021
Yesterday, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin unveiled yet another stimulus package aimed at boosting the nation’s recovery […]
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Petrol Price Malaysia Live Updates (RON95, RON97 & Diesel)
The RinggitPlus Team
- 29th June 2022
We provide weekly updates on every Friday at 5pm on the prices of RON95, RON97 and Diesel in Malaysia and a chart that shows the movement of fuel prices across a 6-week period. Bookmark this page now!
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Best Fixed Deposit Accounts In Malaysia – July 2022
The RinggitPlus Team
- 1st July 2022
We provide monthly updates on the best fixed deposit rates in Malaysia with tables showing the top 5 rates for the duration of 1, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months.
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Public Bank Credit Card Offer: 10% Off Steve Madden
Brendon Lee
- 18th June 2013
Get a 10% discount on Steve Madden designer wear, exclusive to Public Bank credit card and debit cardholders.
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The Best And Weirdest Things You Can Buy Under RM6
The RinggitPlus Team
- 26th September 2018
Got RM6 to spend? Here's some things you could buy that are worth your money, as well as a few items that are pretty odd.