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Malaysian Consumer Sector Staying in Neutral

Genevieve Ng Pei Fen, Consumer & Glove Analyst, MIDF Investment Bank

22-Apr-24 09:15

Malaysian Consumer Sector Staying in Neutral

Although unemployment remains low, consumer sentiment has been weighed down by rising cost of living pressures and the weak Ringgit. As for consumer companies, the sharp rise in input cost from fuel to more expensive commodities like cocoa and sugar have meant that margin compression is a concern. We speak to Genevieve Ng, Consumer & glove analyst at MIDF Investment Bank for an outlook on the consumer sector and what the top buys are.

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Produced by: Wong Shou Ning

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Keith Kam, Shazana Mokhtar


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