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Malaysia ETF Hits All-Time High on Election Results

Shares of the iShares MSCI Malaysia Index Fund (NYSE:EWM) are soaring 5.8 percent Monday and are near all-time highs as traders in the U.S. digested news of Prime Minister Najib Razak's victory in elections held in the Asian nation over the weekend. Razak's National Front coalition captured 127 of Malaysia's 222 parliamentary seats. The party has ruled Malaysia for close to six decades.The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index, the country's benchmark equity index, rose 3.1 percent to 1,747.85, though traded higher by as much as 7.8 percent during Monday's Asian session. On the election-induced relief rally, financial services shares jumped as Malayan Banking touched an intraday record high while CIMB Group, Malaysia's second-largest bank, surged 10 percent.That is good news for EWM because those are the ETF's two largest holdings, combining for over 18 percent of the $963.3 million fund's weight. Coincidentally, CIMB's chief executive officer is Nazir Razak. Yes, that Razak. Nazir is Najib's...

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    FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the impact of voter fraud .

  2. Obama Going Back to Teleprompter to Avoid Gaffes

    Former Reagan Political Director Ed Rollins and FNC’s Juan Williams debate the president’s campaigning ability.

  3. Justice Dept. Challenges Texas’ Voter ID Law in Court

    Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott on the Justice Department’s effort to block the state’s voter-identification law.

  4. Why is the Administration Opposed to Voter Photo ID Laws?

    Democratic Strategist Christopher Hahn, Wall Street Journal’s Mary Kissel and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on the growing number of states with voter photo identification laws.

  5. Is Voter Fraud More Common Than the Attorney General Thinks?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the incidents of voter fraud in Florida, Texas and Kansas and the impact of photo identification laws.

  6. Florida Sues Homeland Security Over Voter Roll Purge

    Gov. Rick Scott, (R-Fla.), on the states’ lawsuit against the federal government for information on people who may not be eligible to vote.

  7. Candidates Gearing Up for S.C. Battle

    Radio Host Michael Graham on the run-up to the South Carolina Primary.

  8. South Carolina Seeking Probe into Voter Fraud

    Alan Wilson, South Carolina attorney general, on why his state is caught in the Department of Justice's crosshairs over voter identification law.

  9. Former Rep. Davis: Voter Fraud Extensive

    Former Rep. Artur Davis, (D-Ala.), on the need for identification when voting.

  10. Former Rep. Says Voter Fraud Commonplace

    The Daily Caller’s Michelle Fields on a recent interview with former Rep. Artur Davis, (D-Ala.), in which he discusses voter fraud by absentee ballots.

  11. Who in DOJ Knew About ‘Fast & Furious,’ and How Much?

    “Injustice” author J. Christian Adams on Department of Justice documents showing confusion over who read “Fast & Furious” memos.

  12. SCOTUS Rejects ACORN Appeal for Fed Funding

    FBN’s market experts debate whether the organization should be allowed to receive money from the government.

  1. Malaysia ETF Hits All-Time High on Election Results

    Shares of the iShares MSCI Malaysia Index Fund (NYSE:EWM) are soaring 5.8% Monday and are near all-time highs as traders in the U.S. digested news of Prime Minister ...

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    I had had only two drinks (OK, maybe three) when an old college friend and I climbed in a cab to our next destination. I paid the fare, put my credit card back in my...

  3. Stossel - 1/3/2013

    Freedom 2.0: Examples of how markets regulate better than government

  4. First Lady Makes Claims of Voter Suppression in Presidential Election

    South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson on the First Lady’s claims of voter suppression, Michigan becoming a right-to-work state and the deadline for states to decide on health exchanges.

  5. Next Election Online?

    McAfee co-president Todd Gelbhart argues we have the technology to make electronic voting a reality.

  6. Chicago Teachers Vote to End Strike

    National Review Columnist John Fund on teachers voting to call off the strike in Chicago.

  7. How Rampant is Voter Fraud in America?

    The American Spectator Senior Editor John Fund on efforts in a number of states to pass voter identification laws.

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