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Stock MarketDo you want to invests overseas, but is not sure how?

Do you want to invest into the largest stock market in the world (NYSE) but have no idea how?

Do you want to invest in high flying technological stocks such as Apple and Microsoft but wonder how to do it?

Do you want to invest into the second largest wealth generator in the world, that is China/HK stock market?

Do you want to invest in just about any large and reputable company, in almost the entire world?

Now you can!

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DanaInfra Nasional BerhadDanaInfra Nasional Berhad is issuing second Retail Sukuk which will be listed and traded on Bursa Malaysia on 28th November 2013. The maiden Retail Sukuk raised RM300 million issued on Feb 8 this year recorded an over subscription rate of 1.61 times.

Size of the second DanaInfra Retail Sukuk is RM100 million with 15-year maturity date. The Sukuk is an infrastructure issuance to finance the capital expenditure and operating expenses in relation to the development of the MRT Project.

The profit rate for the second DanaInfra Retail Sukuk is 4.58 percent per year. Profit payment will be paid semi-annually and not taxable.

The table below is the key point of DanaInfra Retail Sukuk.

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DanaInfra Nasional BerhadAs highlighted in September 2012 regarding Bond/Sukuk for Retail, DanaInfra Nasional Berhad will be the first issuer to the Exchange Traded Bond and Sukuk (ETBS). It will be listed and traded on Bursa Malaysia on 8th February 2013. This product is known as DanaInfra Retail Sukuk.

The size of DanaInfra Retail Sukuk is RM300 million with 10-year maturity date. The Sukuk is an infrastructure issuance to fund the initial tranche of the RM1.5bil for the first phase of the MRT Kajang to Sungai Buloh line.

The minimum profit rate for DanaInfra Retail Sukuk is 3.70 percent per year The final profit rate will be notified prior to listing date. Profit payment will be semi-annually and not taxable.

The table below is the key point of DanaInfra Retail Sukuk.

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Recently, Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) launched the Malaysian retail bonds and sukuk framework that allows retail investors to directly invest in bonds and sukuk. The framework is part of the initiative under the SC’s Capital Market Masterplan 2 to facilitate greater retail participation in the bond and sukuk market.

The retail bonds and sukuk framework is intended to meet retail investors’ demand for access to a wider range of investment products. Issuers will now also have access to a larger pool of investors.

The framework will come into two phases,

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Stock Exchange

Majority the stock market in the world does not performing well in 2011 with only 7 out of 51 stock markets showing an increase in the market capitalization.

This included Bursa Malaysia with 0.48% market capitalization. However, it is in the top 10 of the world’s best-performing stock market in 2011.

The top 2 world’s best-performing stock markets are Irish with 86 percent increase in market capitalization. Meanwhile, the worst stock exchanges are Cyprus and Athens stock exchanges, which decrease more than 40 percent.

The table below is world stock exchange rank for year 2011.

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