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GOLD US$1329.50

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DAILY
MAKE
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Planters son
turns Malaysias
worst stock into
best in 120 days
6 HOME BUSINESS

www.theedgemarkets.com
4 HOME BUSINESS

PAC shoots
down requests to
reinvestigate 1MDB
5 HOME BUSINESS

EPF to allocate up
to RM30b annually
for Simpanan
Shariah
7 HOME BUSINESS

Foreign tide to
Bursa edged up to
RM301.8m last week
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Third phase of FICs


London project to
start after talks
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Najib: Asean people


should help build
community

DRB-HICOM
WILL NOT SELL
ENTIRE STAKE
IN PROTON

It expects to find
a partner for the
carmaker in 1Q17.
Supriya Surendran has
the story on Page 3.

1617 FOCUS

Independent watch
brands changing
huge global industry

Syed Mokhtar plans US$700m


port asset spin-off report
3 HOME BUSINESS

There is no mystery
about a Girard-Perregaux,
simply more than two centuries of craftsmanship
and a perpetual commitment to perfection.

1966 FULL CALENDAR, STEEL CASE, 40 MM

LOT 10 S.C., G20-21, KUALA LUMPUR TEL: (03) 2144 1620


PAVILION, LOT 2.41, KUALA LUMPUR TEL: (03) 2148 8930
THE GARDENS MALL, LOT G212 , KUALA LUMPUR TEL: (03) 2201 7830

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NZ farming company bans use of palm kernel expeller to feed cows

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BY CHARLOTTE G RE E NFI E LD

Crunch time
for malls

The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd


(266980-X)

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Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

WELLINGTON: New Zealand farm


company Landcorp said yesterday
it would ban its farmers from using
palm kernel expeller, a feed supplement used for cows that environmentalists have linked to rainforest
destruction.
The state-owned company,
which runs 140 farms, said it would
end the use of the feed, dubbed
PKE for short, by June 2017 to meet
shifting consumer expectations on

how food was produced.


Environmentalists say the product whats left of the palm kernel
once the oil has been extracted
contributes to the profitability of the
palm industry, which is under attack
over deforestation, choking fires and
habitat destruction in Southeast Asia.
Landcorp wants our partners and
customers to know they can trust that
we farm sustainably and care for the
environment, said Landcorp chief executive Steven Carden in a statement.
New Zealand, which prides itself

on its green image, has become a


top buyer of PKE, a dry, gritty meal,
to help it ramp up dairy production.
New Zealand buys around a
quarter of global PKE, according to
environmental lobby group Greenpeace which has campaigned vehemently against the use of the feed.
Its not a good look for Kiwi
farms to be linked to the destruction of the worlds last remaining
rainforests, Greenpeace forest
campaigner Grant Rosoman said
in a written statement.

Big dollar crunch


seen brewing

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Turmoil in money markets thanks to financial reform


BY TR ACY A LLO WAY

NEW YORK: I need a dollar dollar,


a dollar is what I need, Aloe Blacc
sang back in 2010.
Japanese banks might now be
humming a similar refrain as efforts
to insulate big investors, known
as money market funds, from a
repeat of the 2008 financial crisis
have resulted in a sharp rise in the
cost of interbank lending and US
dollar funding.
The dollar London Interbank Offered Rate, or Libor, has risen to the
highest level in seven years while
the cost of converting Japanese yen
into greenbacks has surged ahead
of US money market reform that
will come into effect this October.
Those reform efforts will see
prime money market funds an
important source of short-term
funding for banks build up socalled liquidity buffers and install
redemption gates among other
measures. While the changes are
aimed at making the funds safer,
they are causing turmoil in money
markets as big banks adjust to the
new reality of a shrinking pool of
financing combined with the need
to maintain their own large war
chests of liquid assets.
The combination of these two
forces mean that October will feel
like a month-long quarter-end, Zol-

tan Pozsar, Credit Suisse Group AG


analyst and former US Treasury advisor, wrote in a research published
last week. He was referring to the
money market turmoil that often
accompanies the end of financial
quarters as large banks scale back
their leverage to flatter their funding
profiles and impress their investors.
The turmoil comes as prime
money market funds typically invest about 60% of their assets in
short-term IOUs sold by companies
and banks known as commercial
paper and certificates of deposit,

according to Deutsche Bank AG.


As the Oct 14 deadline for money
market fund reform looms, these
prime funds have been shying away
from buying such assets in anticipation of investor redemptions or
as they try to build up newly-required liquidity buffers.
While the reform efforts may
protect money market funds from
crisis, they create a headache for
banks which rely on the vehicles for large slugs of their shortterm unsecured dollar financing.
Bloomberg

Trump to outline economic policy


BY STEV E H O LLAND

NEW YORK: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on


Monday will outline an economic plan that includes tax help for
working families in a major speech
in Detroit as he tries to regain momentum lost from a series of self-inflicted wounds.
Trump is to speak at noon EDT
(1600 GMT) to the Detroit Economic Club and advisers said he

will focus on trade, taxes, immigration and regulation. The club,


whose members are area business
leaders, is a traditional venue for
political candidates to discuss their
economic vision.
The Detroit speech will be
Trumps first on the economy since
announcing a 13-man team of economic advisers last week.
A Trump campaign aide, who
asked not to be identified, said
Trumps economic plan will less-

en the tax burden on parents who


pay for childcare because we dont
want it to be an economic disadvantage to have children.
Trump also will propose stronger protections for American intellectual property and a temporary
moratorium on new regulations,
the aide said.
Trumps plans also include proposing a 15% corporate tax rate, an
idea that is on his website. The current federal rate is 35%. Reuters

Rosoman welcomed Landcorps


move and called on New Zealand
dairy giant Fonterra to follow suit.
Fonterra did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Last year, Fonterra called on its
10,500 farmer shareholders to limit the use of palm kernel to 3kg per
animal per day. The company said
its PKE supplier, Wilmar, already had
a no-deforestation policy, but that
it wanted to protect the premium
commanded by dairy products from
purely grass-fed animals. Reuters

Indonesia gears
up for consumer
demand revival
BY C IN DY S ILV IA N A
& E V E L IN E DA N UB R ATA

JAKARTA: Indonesian firms, ranging from restaurant chains to snack


makers, are stepping up investment
and launching new products as
improving economic conditions
and easier access to credit drive
a spurt in consumer demand in
the country of 250 million people.
Consumption, which typically
makes up more than half of Indonesias gross domestic product, is
often seen as a key indicator for
the health of the overall economy.
A consumer confidence index
from the countrys central bank released yesterday posted its highest
reading since March 2015.
There is a revival in the purchasing power of Indonesians, Prijono
Sugiarto, president director of Indonesian conglomerate PT Astra
International Tbk, told reporters
last week. Slowly but surely, its
improving.
The company expects the launch
of its new line of cars and motorcycles to support its performance in the
second half of this year, Sugiarto said.
Data last week showed Southeast Asias largest economy grew a
stronger-than-expected 5.18% in
the second quarter, its fastest pace
in 2 years. This marks a pickup
from 2015, when the economy posted its weakest growth in six years
as consumers reined in spending.
Companies are now starting to
turn bullish on the outlook for this
year. A survey of 25 relatively large
Indonesian companies, published
by Nomura last week, shows that
89.5% of respondents expect more
favourable business conditions in
the next 12 months.
There seems to be widespread
recognition that the governments
reform efforts are on the right track,
Nomura said.
PT Mayora Indah Tbk, one of
Indonesias biggest confectionary
makers, has raised its revenue target by 20% to 17.5 trillion rupiah
(RM5.2 billion) for 2016, company
commissioner Hermawan Lesmana
told Reuters.
Indonesias PT Indofood CBP
Sukses Makmur Tbk, the consumer brands unit of PT Indofood Sukses
Makmur Tbk, is running out of milk
production capacity due to tremendous sales growth in the first half,
said Indofood Sukses corporate secretary Werianty Setiawan. Reuters

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DRB-Hicom will
not sell entire stake
in Proton
It expects to find a partner for the carmaker in 1Q17
BY SU PRI YA SU REN DRAN

KUALA LUMPUR: DRB-Hicom Bhd


said it has no plans to sell off its entire stake in Proton Holdings Bhd,
but remains highly committed to
holding a substantial and strategic
stake in the loss-making national
carmaker.
The conglomerate also expects
Proton, which is currently undertaking a request for proposal (RFP)
to find a partner to help grow its
automotive business, to complete
the exercise in the first quarter of
next year (1Q17).
DRB-Hicom remains highly
committed to hold a substantial
and strategic stake in Proton, and
is confident of and is currently assisting Proton in its turnaround programme, the group said in a filing
with Bursa Malaysia yesterday.
It must be highlighted that as
part of the requirement of the RM1.5
billion loan granted by the government, Proton is currently undertaking a RFP exercise seeking a partner
for Proton who can provide a strategic, operational and cultural fit on a
permanent basis with the intention
to grow its auto business, it said.
This exercise is expected to be
completed in 1Q17, and its implementation is being overseen by the
task force committee formed by the
government to monitor the turnaround of Proton, DRB-Hicom said.
The group said it will make the
appropriate announcement(s) to
Bursa as and when necessary.
The task force committee was set
up in April this year as part of the
governments approval of Protons
application for a soft loan of RM1.5
billion. The task force, which is led
by Performance Management and
Delivery Unit chief executive officer
Datuk Seri Idris Jala, oversees the carmakers turnaround plan to make the

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company more competitive.


Under the plan, Proton has to
identify a foreign partner within a
year to assist in research and development as part of its restructuring.
DRB-Hicom was responding to
a report by The Edge weekly over
the weekend that the group was expecting as many as seven bids for
Proton by the middle of this month
and may even sell as much as 100%
of the company to foreign buyers.
The report quoted a source as
saying that DRB-Hicom had made
it clear that it was willing to sell up
to 100% of Proton, but how much
it sells will depend on the proposals
and prices it receives.
It also reported that most of the
bids had already been received with
one or two more due before the midAug deadline.
The Edge had previously reported that French car manufacturers
Groupe PSA and Renault SA have
been in talks with Proton since the
beginning of the year.
Other automakers that are said
to be in the running are Germanys Volkswagen, Americas General Motors, Japans Suzuki Motor
Corp, and at least one Chinese auto-

maker which is believed to be Geely


which owns Swedish marque Volvo.
In a note to clients yesterday,
CIMB Research believes that, this
time around, there is a higher chance
that the sale of Proton to a foreign
partner may succeed given the recent reorganisation in Protons top
level management and its need for
further equity injection.
The disposal is expected to boost
the future earnings of DRB-Hicom as
it will no longer need to consolidate
the losses of Proton, if it sells a 100%
stake. The sale could also improve
the groups net gearing ratio of 0.51
times as at March 31, 2016 and boost
future cash flows, it said.
CIMB Research is maintaining its
earnings forecasts on DRB-Hicom
pending further developments.
A successful disposal of Proton at
a good price would act as a catalyst
for Protons share price, it added,
retaining its add call on the stock
and a RM1.60 target price.
Proton was established in 1983 by
former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. The carmaker has
gone through several owners, including state investment fund Khazanah
Nasional Bhd before being acquired
by DRB-Hicom in 2012.
DRB-Hicom swung to a net loss of
RM790.8 million in its fourth quarter ended March 31, 2016 (4QFY16)
compared with a net profit of RM89.8
million a year ago, which it blamed
largely on the poor performance of
Proton with lower sales of motor
vehicles.
DRB-Hicom saw its share price
rise as much as 13 sen or 11.7% to hit
an intraday high of RM1.24, before
ending the day at RM1.16, up five sen
or 4.5%, for a market capitalisation of
RM2.26 billion. The stock has been
been on a steady climb, appreciating as much as 28.2% from 90.5 sen
on July 29.

Asian Pac proposes 1-for-10 loan stock rights issue


BY Y I MI E YONG

KUALA LUMPUR: Asian Pac Holdings Bhd has proposed a rights issue of five-year 3% irredeemable
convertible unsecured loan stocks
(Iculs) on the basis of one Iculs for
every 10 shares held.
Each Iculs subscribed will come
with two free detachable warrants,
the property developer said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia. The exercise involves up to RM99.26 million
Iculs and 198.51 million warrants.
The Iculs will be issued at 100% of

their nominal value of RM1 each.


Asian Pac said it intends to use
the RM99.26 million proceeds from
the rights issue to acquire new land
for future development, working
capital and for expenses related
to the proposals.
Under the current property market condition, Asian Pac
is of the view that opportunities
abound in choice locations and
areas with growth potential in the
Klang Valley, Kota Kinabalu, Johor
and Penang, it said.
The entitlement date will be de-

termined by the board after receiving the relevant approvals.


Asian Pac has a total of 543.87
acres (220.1ha) of undeveloped land
banks in Semenyih and Gombak in
Selangor, and in Negeri Sembilan.
Asian Pac has also proposed to
exempt its single largest shareholder, Mah Sau Cheong, from having
to undertake a mandatory takeover
offer for all the Asian Pac shares,
convertible securities, and new
shares to be issued pursuant to the
conversion of Iculs or the exercise
of the warrants, not held by him.

Syed Mokhtar plans


US$700m port asset
spin-off report
BY Y IMIE Y IA N G

KUALA LUMPUR: Tycoon Tan Sri


Syed Mokhtar al-Bukhary is seeking to raise at least US$700 million
(RM2.82 billion) through an initial
public offering (IPO) of port assets
via his flagship MMC Corp Bhd, according to a press report yesterday.
The Wall Street Journal said the
deal could be Malaysias biggest
since April 2015, when Malakoff
Corp Bhd raised US$754 million
through an IPO.
The report quoted people familiar with the situation as saying that
Syed Mokhtar plans to list some of
MMCs port assets next year. Part
of the funds is said to be used to
reduce the companys debt.
Talks of MMC spinning off its
port businesses on Bursa Malaysia
have emerged since December
last year after the group completed its purchase of all the remaining shares in NCB Holdings Bhd,
which operates Northport in Port
Klang and Kontena Nasional Bhd.
MMC also owns Port Tanjung Pelepas, Penang Port, Johor Port and
the Senai International Airport
in Johor.
However, that plan seems to be
gaining momentum again after
MMC announced last Friday that it
is proposing to acquire a 49% stake
in Penang Port Sdn Bhd (PPSB) for
RM200 million.
In May this year, MMC managing director Datuk Seri Che Khalib
Mohamad Noh reportedly said
the listing of its port business is

something the group will look


into after the completion of the
NCB acquisition.
He added that the port business
will be one of MMCs biggest profit and revenue contributors going
forward, accounting for 50% of the
groups revenue for the financial
year ending Dec 31, 2016 (FY16).
For FY15, the port and logistics
division contributed 38% and 25%
of the groups revenue and pre-tax
profit respectively.
Kenanga Research said it is
positive on MMCs move to acquire a 49% stake in Penang Port,
adding that it is in line with its
core growth strategy in the port
and logistics industry.
The research firm deemed the
acquisition price of RM200 million
fair, given that it implies a historical price-to-book (P/B) ratio of
0.95 times, while its previous acquisition of NCB implied a P/B
ratio of 1.47 times.
However, in terms of profitability, it is less attractive compared
to NCB. At this juncture, we are
keeping our earnings estimates for
MMC as we have yet to impute any
potential earnings contribution
from Penang Port as it hinges on
PPSBs ability in disposing its ferry
business, Kenanga Research added in a note to clients yesterday.
Shares in MMC closed one
sen or 0.45% higher at RM2.23
yesterday, with a market capitalisation of RM6.79 billion. The
counter has risen 39.4% since the
beginning of March.

Yen Globals IoT unit has good


regional traction Green Packet
BY KAMARUL ANWAR

KUALA LUMPUR: Green Packet Bhd


said its 22% stake buy in Yen Global
Bhd is to tap the latters subsidiary,
which is engaged in the Internet of
Things (IoT)-related business.
It said the IoT industry is an
area that Green Packet is targeting
as the next area of growth spurt in
the ICT (information, communications and technology) sector.
Based on the distributorship
agreement signed between (Yen
Globals wholly-owned subsidiary)
Atilze Digital Sdn Bhd and Gemtek
Technology Co Ltd, Green Packet believes Yen Global will have good traction in selling its products through
the regional market and be an early
player with a more comprehensive
range and playing field.
Green Packet, on the other hand,
is very focused on fourth generation
long-term evolution (4G-LTE) wireless connectivity devices. Through
this acquisiton, the company can
now directly participate in Yen Globals push of complementary products
that the company does not offer, said
Green Packet of Yen Globals prospects in a bourse filing yesterday.
Last Thursday, Green Packet announced its emergence as a substan-

tial shareholder in loss-making Yen


Global, after acquiring a 22% stake
in the latter for RM18.15 million or
60 sen per share. The buy prompted
the regulator to ask Green Packet to
state Yen Globals prospects, details
of the vendor, when the purchase
consideration was paid, and the latest audited net profits and net assets
of Yen Global.
Citing McKinsey Global Institute
research, Green Packet said yesterday IoT could contribute between
US$4 trillion (RM16.12 trillion) and
US$11 trillion a year to the global
economy by 2025.
As to the identity of Yen Globals
share vendor, Green Packet said it has
no information on that, adding it had
engaged Kenanga Investment Bank
Bhd as the exercises sourcing agent,
and that the shares were crossed via
an off-market direct business transaction. Further, it said Yen Globals
audited net loss stood at RM4.64
million as at July 31, 2015, while its
net assets stood at RM33.58 million.
Shares of Green Packet closed
flat at 25.5 sen yesterday, after rising by as much as 5.88% to 27 sen
earlier, valuing it at RM178.29 million. Yen Global rose half a sen or
0.52% to settle at 96 sen, valuing it
at RM129.65 million.

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T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

PAC shoots down requests


to reinvestigate 1MDB
As DoJs allegations against the state-owned company deemed mere speculation
BY GHO C H EE Y UAN

KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) yesterday


rejected a request to reopen an investigation into issues surrounding 1Malaysia Development Bhd
(1MDB), despite the US Department
of Justice (DoJ) having filed a lawsuit
last month seeking to recover some
US$1 billion (RM4.03 billion) in assets that it claimed were embezzled
from the state-owned strategic development company.
The lawsuit aims to recover
some 17 assets in the US, which
have been allegedly acquired

through 1MDB funds.


PAC member Tony Pua said the
bipartisan parliamentary committee
also rejected his request to reopen
an investigation into SRC International Sdn Bhd, which obtained a
RM4 billion loan from Kumpulan
Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) in
2011. SRC was then wholly-owned by
1MDB, but the ownership was later
transferred to the ministry of finance.
Speaking to pressmen outside
Parliament house after a regular
meeting by PAC yesterday, Pua, who
is DAP national publicity secretary
and member of parliament (MP) for
Petaling Jaya Utara, said his requests

Malaysia Airlines sees


3rd senior exec depart
BY C H ESTER TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines


Bhd has appointed Arved von zur
Muehlen as its chief commercial
officer effective Sept 5, replacing
Paul Simmons who will be leaving
in mid-September after nine months
on the job.
Malaysia Airlines chief executive officer (CEO) Peter Bellew said
Muehlen will focus on developing
a comprehensive and sustainable
plan to improve Malaysia Airlines
marketing, sales, products and customer service.
Muehlen will play a crucial role
in the next phase of the turnaround,
focusing on restoring our position
as a leading international carrier
and developing our innovative customer centric services, he said in a
statement yesterday.
He is a welcome addition to the
team as we move forward with our
global marketing strategy to increase
sales and promote the wonders of
Malaysia, Bellew added.
In August 2014, Malaysia Air-

lines parent Khazanah Nasional


Bhd announced a 12-point RM6
billion recovery plan for Malaysia
Airlines, which included shedding
one-third of its workforce and turning profitable by 2018.
Simmonss departure makes him
the third senior executive to announce their departure from the
national airline this year. Christoph
Mueller stepped down from his position as CEO of Malaysia Airlines
on July 1, while Charles McKee, the
former head of marketing, also left
the airline last month.
Malaysia Airlines said Muehlen
brings with him over 20 years of
experience in the aviation industry.
Prior to his appointment, Muehlen
was the senior vice-president of
commercial network operations for
Qatar Airways, responsible for global
sales strategy and development as
well as innovation and technology.
While there, he managed the rollout of several successful projects,
including the implementation of
a new Internet sales platform and
booking engine.

Petronas expected to brief


Swak govt on employees status
KOTA SAMARAHAN: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is expected
to brief the state government on
the current status of its employees
in Sarawak.
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk
Amar Douglas Uggah Embas expects Petronas to brief the state
government on the status of its
employees who intend to work in
the state.
The state government has decided to enforce a moratorium on

application for work permits involving Petronas personnel (non-Sarawakian) who wish to work in the
state. We are waiting for a briefing
on the current status of employment in Petronas Sarawak, he told
reporters here yesterday.
Yesterday, Uggah told a local
daily that the state government will
enforce a moratorium with immediate effect on all new applications for
work permits of Petronas personnel
from outside Sarawak. Bernama

were rejected by both PAC chairman


Datuk Hasan Arifin and Gerakan
secretary-general and MP for Simpang Renggam Liang Teck Meng, as
both had deemed DoJs allegations
against 1MDB as mere speculation
and PAC doesnt investigate based
on speculation.
Pua also said the duo were of the
view that there is no misappropriation in 1MDBs accounts and administration by Prime Minister Datuk
Seri Najib Razak as revealed in the
PAC investigation report on 1MDB
published in April this year.
He added that Najib had never
once been called during the PAC

probe into 1MDB.


PAC has the right to call anyone
to furnish evidence to facilitate an
investigation. Why are we [so] afraid
of Najib? Pua asked.
With the latest move from DoJ,
Pua said there is a need to reopen
an investigation into 1MDB and call
on Najib to explain the case himself.
If they (the allegations) were not
true, then the prime minister has to
produce the evidence and let PAC
clear his good name. If there was
corruption involved, then PAC must
take action on this, Pua remarked.
Last month, US federal prosecutors launched civil suits against

Pua: PAC has the right to call anyone


to furnish evidence to facilitate an
investigation. Photo by Sam Fong

several individuals including Najibs


stepson Riza Aziz and businessman
Low Taek Jho, seeking to recover
more than US$1 billion worth of assets linked to a conspiracy to launder
funds taken from 1MDB.
None of the US lawsuits names
Najib but they contain details that
appear to directly implicate the prime
minister. Najib has consistently denied any wrongdoing.

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Astral Asia calls o Sarawak oil palm plantation buy


BY M E E NA LAK S HANA

KUALA LUMPUR: Astral Asia Bhd


has called off its plan to acquire
35,000 acres (14,164ha) of oil palm
land in Sarawak. It said its subsidiary Astral Plantation Sdn Bhd and
vendor Sima Properties Holdings
Sdn Bhd were unable to reach an
agreement on the deal.
They have decided to terminate
the memorandum of agreement
they signed on May 10, it said in a

filing with Bursa Malaysia, adding that


the refundable deposit of RM500,000
will be refunded to Astral Plantation.
Astral had proposed to acquire
Paramount Estate Sdn Bhd from Sima
Properties. Paramount owns 80% of
Paramount Pelita Kapit Sdn Bhd,
which holds the provisional leases to
13 pieces of land in Sarawak measuring about 35,000 acres.
Astral had said that the proposed
acquisition represented the groups
first oil palm plantation foray into

Sarawak and would increase its


total plantation land bank by 357%
to 44,800 acres from 9,800 acres.
The group went on to say that in
view of the land size of the prospective oil palm plantation, it would
have to set up a palm oil mill to
process its fresh fruit bunches at
a later stage.
Astral shares closed one sen or
4.17% lower at 23 sen yesterday,
giving the company a market capitalisation of RM151.8 million.

Fajarbaru clinches RM20.96m job in Kuantan Port City


BY G HO C HE E Y UAN

KUALA LUMPUR: Fajarbaru


Builder Group Bhd has clinched
a RM20.96 million contract from
the East Coast Economic Region Development Council
(ECERDC) to build KPC Port
Link Road in Kuantan Port City,
Pahang.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, Fajarbaru said its
wholly-owned subsidiary Fajarbaru Builder Sdn Bhd has re-

ceived a letter of acceptance from


ECERDC for the construction of
a main access road and primary
infrastructure and utilities for the
Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP) in Gebeng from
CH2400 to CH4630. Construction
works will commence on Aug 22
and to be completed on Feb 18,
2018.
The contract is expected to
contribute positively to the earnings and net assets of the Fajarbaru
group for the financial year ending

June 30, 2017 (FY17) and FY18,


said Fajarbaru.
Kuantan Port is operated by
Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn
Bhd (KPC), an entity jointly
owned by IJM Corp Bhd and
Beibu Gulf Holding (Hong Kong)
Co Ltd on a 60:40 equity holdings
with the Malaysian government
having a special rights share.
Shares in Fajarbaru closed
unchanged at 53.5 sen yesterday,
giving it a market capitalisation
of RM193.49 million.

HeiTech Padus unit bags RM37.29m project from TNB


BY Y I M I E YO NG

KUALA LUMPUR : HeiTech


Padu Bhds subsidiary has won
a RM37.29 million contract from
Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) for the
establishment of a transmission
main intake for the Mass Rapid
Transit project at the Semantan
Portal here.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia,
HeiTech said 51%-owned subsid-

iary Duta Technic Sdn Bhd received


the letter of acceptance on July 25.
Last Friday, it received TNBs consent
to announce the contract.
HeiTech said the scope of the contract includes engineering design,
covering civil and structural works,
and high voltage electrical equipment. It is for a period of 602 days
from Aug 12, 2016 to Apr 5, 2018.
The group said the transaction
will not have any material effect on

its net assets for the financial year


ending Dec 31, 2016 (FY16) and is
expected to contribute positively
to its future earnings.
The letter of award will have a
positive effect on the earnings per
share. Nevertheless, the contract
will have no material effect on the
dividened policy, gearing, share
capital and the substantial shareholders shareholdings of the company for FY16, added HeiTech.

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EPF to allocate up to
RM30b annually for
Simpanan Shariah
Option to convert conventional EPF to syariah-compliant savings
KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees
Provident Fund (EPF) is looking at
an additional allocation of between
RM20 billion and RM30 billion annually for its Simpanan Shariah
from 2018.
Its chief executive officer Datuk
Shahril Ridza Ridzuan said the retirement fund had started the registration process for members to
convert their conventional EPF savings to syariah-compliant savings.
The additional allocation depends on the availability of assets
to invest. But, generally speaking,
we look at the trend in growth of
syariah assets in Malaysia and can
probably expect to allocate between
RM20 billion and RM30 billion annually, he told reporters yesterday.
Simpanan Shariah, the new retirement savings option, will be
launched in January 2017. A fund
size of RM100 billion has been allocated for Simpanan Shariah 2017

on a first-come, first-served basis.


From the aspect of asset allocation, it is the same with the existing
conventional fund. The syariah fund
will focus on capital stabilisation
and to achieve our goal of a return
of 2% above inflation, said Shahril.
As at 8.30am yesterday, 5,000
members applied to convert their
conventional EPF savings to Simpanan Shariah at 68 branches nationwide.
Members are reminded that the
registration is continuous, but to
meet the cut-off of 2017, you have
to do so by at least Dec 23, and subject to having sufficient allocation
available, noted Shahril.
Meanwhile, he said the EPFs
recent move to allow its members
to opt to invest in unit trust funds
that are 100% invested overseas is
to provide opportunities for asset
diversification.
It is still very new. We wont

see that much of a take-up at this


point in time. However, the unit
trust industry is also readjusting its
portfolio offerings and we expect
this to pick up in time, he added.
Effective Aug 1, the EPF has allowed its members to invest in unit
trust funds that are fully focused on
investing overseas.
Prior to this, the EPF only allowed
investments in unit trust funds with
no more than 30% foreign exposure.
As at December 2015, the EPF had
a total of 14.55 million members,
of which 6.79 million were active.
On the outlook for 2016, the EPF
expected the yield environment
to be extremely low, following a
weaker global economic environment and returns for most funds
are likely to be challenging.
We will be transparent and our
main target [of returns] is inflation
plus 2%. That remains our core focus
this year, said Shahril. Bernama

MEA pushes for PSC for growth via governance system


KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian
Economic Association (MEA) is continuing its push for a Parliamentary
Select Committee (PSC) for growth
through a proper system of economic governance.
MEAs immediate past president
Tan Sri Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim
said compliance with global governance standards is not enough.
Recent developments demonstrate that good economic governance at all levels is required to sustain economic fundamentals and
macroeconomic stability.
Since the Asian [financial] crisis
[in 1997], Malaysia has broadened
and deepened adoption and com-

pliance with financial and corporate governance that is aligned with


international standards, but this is
not enough, Mohd Sheriff said at
a media briefing yesterday.
MEA will hold a day-long forum
on Thursday on national economic
governance and its relation to sound
economic growth while addressing
the role of parliamentarians in ensuring that the government practises
good governance.
Later, when asked to elaborate,
Mohd Sheriff said the PSC should
follow the Westminster model and
be made up of researchers and experts who could advise the government on good economic policies.

For transparency and good economic governance, just having the


Public Accounts Committee is not
enough, he said.
A PSC [on economic governance] would help us engage the
public more, and that is as it should
be, he added.
The forum will be attended by
experts and members of parliament
from both developed and emerging economies, including the UK,
Australia, Malaysia and other Asian
countries.
The registration fee for the forum,
which is open to all, is RM250 for
non-members, RM200 for members
and RM50 for students. Bernama

EcoWorld celebrates 2nd anniversary of rewards programme

(From left) EcoCentral divisional general manager Ho Kwee Hong,


Chang, Managedcare Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Frank Choo
Chuo Siong and its CEO Carol Yip at the appreciation dinner in Kuala
Lumpur on Sunday.

KUALA LUMPUR: To celebrate the second


anniversary of its EcoWorld Prestige purchaser rewards programme, Eco World Development Group Bhd held an appreciation dinner
for purchasers at its Eco Sanctuary township
on Sunday.
Eco Sanctuary also unveiled plans for the
Eco Sanctuary Care Hub, which will kick off at
The Parque Residences luxury high-rise. The
care hub in The Parque Residences will offer
24/7 nurse-on-call services as well as a care
manager to attend to any service requests.
EcoWorld president and chief executive
officer (CEO) Datuk Chang Khim Wah said
the group is always raising the bar when it
comes to creating value in its developments
and the setting up of the Care Hub is another
first for an EcoWorld project.

Aeon partners
Qualitas for wider
healthcare offerings
BY C H E S T E R TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: In a move to


make its business more resilient,
supermarket chain operator Aeon
Co (M) Bhd has partnered with
Qualitas Medical Group Sdn Bhd
to offer the latters clinical healthcare services at Aeon Wellness
outlets.
At the launch of the first clinic
at Aeon Cheras Selatan yesterday,
Aeons executive director Poh Ying
Loo said the new model for Aeon
Wellness is something that has
not been explored by the group.
This year is equally a challenging year. Just like 2015, consumer
sentiment is generally much more
cautious this year. We have about
45 outlets of Aeon Wellness, certainly it is a defensive industry,
so we need to provide the level of
differentiation to be different from
the other competitors. This kind
of collaboration that we have with
Qualitas is one of them, he said.
Nevertheless, Poh said that although revenue contribution from
the wellness business is still marginal to Aeon, it will certainly help
in mitigating the effects of weak
consumer sentiment.
People are always caring about
somebody else except themselves
nowadays, and we are constantly

seeking ways to enhance our customers health.


Having a pharmacy and clinic
alongside each other will prove to
be an appreciated convenience,
he added.
Asked if the collaboration will
be duplicated at other Aeon Wellness outlets, pharmacy operations assistant general manager
Tsunanori Sato said it depends
on the markets reception to the
existing one.
Cheras Selatan is one of our
good performing malls, and
through our study and survey,
we found that there is potential
in this catchment. In future, if we
find that there is similar potential,
we do not discount the possibility
of another collaboration, he said.
Qualitas clinic medical personnel at the clinic is certified
to treat general ailments, follow
up on chronic illnesses and perform minor surgical procedures.
The clinic also offers vaccinations,
occupational health services and
general medical screenings.
The clinic takes up up to 1,000
sq ft at the Cheras Selatan Aeon
Wellness, which has a floor space
of up to 5,000 sq ft.
Aeon gained five sen or 1.78%
at RM2.86 today, giving it a market
capitalisation of RM4.02 billion.

AmBank targets RM1b SME


lending via CGC partnership
BY A H MA D N AQ IB ID R IS

KUALA LUMPUR: AMMB Holdings


Bhd (AmBank) via its partnership
with Credit Guarantee Corp Malaysia Bhd (CGC) is targeting to
extend up to RM1 billion worth of
loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to grow AmBanks
SME financing business.
AmBank via AmBank Islamic
yesterday signed a portfolio guarantee agreement with CGC. Under the agreement, AmBank group
wholesale banking managing director Pushpa Rajadurai said it
would extend another RM300 million worth of financing to qualified
SMEs which had no collaterals.
The new agreement is a continuation of the portfolio guarantee scheme that was launched in
January 2015. Under the scheme,
AmBank allocated RM300 million,
which was fully subscribed by September 2015.
We collaborated on another
portfolio guarantee scheme last
year of RM300 million, and now
we are moving on to the Islamic
tranche, which is another RM300
million Pushpa told reporters at
the agreement signing ceremony.
We believe that we should be able
to complete the second tranche
over the next six months.
AmBank group chief executive
officer Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir

said the group has so far extended


RM12.51 billion worth of loans to
SMEs in Malaysia.
Over the next six months, we
hope to increase our lending to
RM1 billion as part of our Top Four
strategy, focusing on SMEs, he said.
Pushpa said the RM1 billion
target is purely to cater for SMEs,
with the group introducing more
financing packages through its collaboration with CGC.
SME loans currently make up
about 10% of the groups total issuances, with AmBank aiming to
double the figure over the next three
to four years.
During the signing ceremony,
AmBank launched two new financing packages targeted at SMEs,
namely the AmBank BizSolutions
Kontrak and the AmBank BizSolutions 2Trad3.
Ambank BizSolutions Kontrak
provides contract financing facilities,
tailored to a specific project or contract, varying according to the type
of contracts such as construction,
supply and services, and others.
Meanwhile, AmBank BizSolutions 2Trad3 provides financial assistance to fund import and export
transactions for the auto parts and
food industries.
AmBank shares closed up one
sen or 0.23% at RM4.43 yesterday,
giving a market capitalisation of
RM13.35 billion.

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Planters son turns Malaysias


worst stock into best in 120 days
FGVs 28% surge makes it the best performer this quarter
KUALA LUMPUR: In Datuk Zakaria Arshads first four months at
the helm of Felda Global Ventures
Holdings Bhd (FGV), the worlds
top crude palm oil (CPO) producer has turned into Malaysias best
stock from its worst.
While the companys 28% surge
this quarter makes it the best performer on a gauge of Malaysias
top 100 companies, Zakaria, who
took over as chief executive officer
on April 1, isnt resting easy. The
shares are still 57% below their listing
price in 2012, when it was the worlds
third-biggest initial public offering
that year, a slump the 56-year-old
says keeps him awake at night.
Zakaria, a plantation settlers
son, is pressing on with plans to
sell assets and cut costs as drought
reduces the companys output of
CPO, used in everything from food
items to cosmetics. While weather
forecasters predict a La Nina may
develop later this year, bringing rain
to parched plantations, oil palms
are still struggling to recover from
one of the strongest El Ninos on

record that starved crops of water.


Im not satisfied with the share
price, theres still a long way more
to go, Zakaria said at his 45th floor
office at FGVs headquarters opposite the iconic Kuala Lumpur Petronas Twin Towers. My yields will be
reducing; I have to look at my cost
of production, and I have to cut all
these costs.
FGV posted a RM65.5 million
first-quarter loss from a RM3.6 million profit a year earlier as dry weather hurt crops and production costs
climbed. The stock slumped 62%
from 2014 until its removal from FBM
KLCI Index on June 22, 2015, making
it the worst performer on the nations
benchmark gauge for that period.
Its set to release second-quarter
earnings later this month.
Malaysias first-half CPO production was the lowest since 2007,
according to Malaysian Palm Oil
Board data. Even as output may increase 3.9% in July, it will still be the
lowest for the month in six years.
Malaysia is the worlds biggest palm
grower after Indonesia and the two

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FGVs fresh fruit bunch production fell as much as 20% in the
second quarter from a year earlier,
Zakaria said. The companys fullyear CPO output may drop by 10%
to 15% this year, he said. Total Malaysian CPO production will be 17
million tonnes to 18 million tonnes
in 2016 from a record 19.97 million

tonnes in 2015, according to Zakaria.


Production is catching up,
though still slowly after drought
caused very, very bad stress to
oil palms, he said. Zakaria grew
up tending to palm trees in Felda Palong 1, one the companys
estates about 150km southeast of
Kuala Lumpur. The estate is part of
a government agency programme
mooted six decades ago to empower smallholders and promote
agriculture activities.
Benchmark Malaysian palm oil
futures, which set the tone for global prices, may average RM2,400
to RM2,500 a tonne in 2016 from
RM2,235 in 2015, according to Zakaria. Prices may rise further if an extreme La Nina forms and disrupts
the supply of soybeans, a competing
oilseed, he said. Futures closed at
RM2,407 on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives on Friday and are down
3.1% this year.
FGV is continuing its plan to
sell off non-core assets including
a stake in an insurance company,
Zakaria said, without giving details,

while also selling loss-making units


and land that doesnt complement
its business.
I want to raise my cash reserve,
sometimes it is easy to catch the
opportunity with cash in hand, he
said. Its reserves were RM2.4 billion
at the end of March from as much
as RM6 billion when it was first
listed after several acquisitions. It is
trading at 1.1 times its book value,
about 50% cheaper than the Bursa
Malaysia Plantation Index threeyear average. It had RM5.4 billion
of borrowings as of end-March.
The company has a lot of potential to unlock and its share price
is attractive, Ivy Ng, an analyst at
CIMB Bank Bhd said in a July 31
report. Ng, who is top ranked and
has returned 63% for her call on
FGV, has the only buy call out of
14 analyst recommendations, according to Bloomberg data.
Perception is improving and people are seeing that we are more focused on the business, Zakaria said.
We must make sure that we improve
on our bottom line. Bloomberg

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Destinis 2Q earnings double as


demand for MRO grows

Impairment losses trim MBSB prot by 26.3%


BY M E E NA LAK S HANA

BY CHESTER TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: Engineering


service provider Destini Bhds net
profit for its second quarter ended
June 30, 2016 (2QFY16) more than
doubled to RM8.9 million, from
RM3.6 million a year ago, as demand for the groups maintenance,
repairs and overhaul (MRO) services, as well as its marine manufacturing services, strengthened.
Revenue also doubled to
RM108.6 million from RM50.9
million last year.
In a statement yesterday, Destini said its marine division continues to be the major contributor for the quarter under review,
supported by its RM381.3 million
marine manufacturing contract
to build six patrol vessels for a
government agency.
Net profit for the groups six
months ended June 30, 2016
(1HFY16) was RM16.1 million,
over three times the RM4.4 million it achieved in 1HFY15, as revenue doubled to RM190.4 million
from RM88.9 million.
Destini said it carried out certain cost rationalisation measures
to improve operating efficiency
in its oil and gas segment. Consequently, the segment is no longer
loss making.
Destini expects its operating
environment to remain challeng-

ing and competitive, though it foresees its FY16 operational results to


be satisfactory.
Across all our business segments, we are working tirelessly
to expand our services across the
Malaysian borders and into the
commercial sector.

We are seeing an
increase in demand
for MRO services
from our commercial
aviation customers.
We are seeing an increase in
demand for MRO services from
our commercial aviation customers and are hopeful to announce
the definitive agreement from the
recent MoU (memorandum of understanding) signed with Advanced
Military Maintenance, Repair and
Overhaul Center LLC very soon,
said Destinis managing director,
Datuk Rozabil Abdul Rahman.
He also shared Destini has set
its sights on becoming a leading
MRO player across the aviation, marine and land sectors. We recently
made inroads into the rail industry
by clinching a RM62 million supply
contract. This is a positive milestone
for us and we will focus on enhancing
our market position in that sector.

KUALA LUMPUR: The continuation


of Malaysia Building Society Bhds
(MBSB) impairment programme
resulted in its net profit shrinking 26.3% year-on-year (y-o-y) to
RM63 million in the second quarter ended June 30, 2016 (2QFY16)
from RM85.6 million, on higher
allowances for impairment losses
on loans, advances and financing.
Revenue, however, rose 6.1%
to RM812.5 million from RM765.8
million.
For the same reason, its net profit declined 53.4% y-o-y to RM97.8
million in the cumulative six-month
period, from RM209.9 million. Reve-

nue, however, rose 11.6% to RM1.63


billion from RM1.46 billion, on higher income from investments in liquid
assets and higher financing income
from the corporate segment.
MBSB remains cautious of new
acquisitions from both corporate
and retail segments to ensure its
asset quality remains healthy while
it continued with its impairment
programme that was initiated in the
fourth quarter of 2014, said president
and chief executive officer Datuk
Ahmad Zaini Othman.
He also noted the financing/loan
loss coverage ratio had increased
to 97.9% in 2QFY16, from 93.7%
in 1QFY16. At the same time,
MBSBs deposit level gained 2% to

RM31.11 billion from RM30.49


billion previously.
As at June 2016, the group has
provided impairment coverage of
almost 70% and is on track to complete its impairment programme
by 2017. Overall gross loans and
financing grew by 2% from Dec
31, 2015, mainly driven by the 16%
growth in its corporate segment,
though retail financing slipped 0.4%.
The groups cost-to-income ratio in 1HFY16 was relatively consistent with 1HFY15s, at 23.5%.
On prospects, the group does
not expect any significant changes in the economic environment
as developments have not been
encouraging globally.

Petronas to conduct total review' of Canada LNG project


BY C HE S TE R TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) said it needs


to conduct a total review of its
planned liquefied natural gas (LNG)
project in Canada once it receives the
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA)s final report
on the project.
Canadian news website The
Northern View reported last Thursday that Petronas Pacific NorthWest
(PNW) LNG project in northern British Columbia, on the Pacific coast

needed coherent support from


stakeholders to succeed.
Petronas is still waiting for the
finalisation of the CEAAs extended
review of the environmental report
for its proposed PNW LNG project.
Upon finalisation of the report, we
need to conduct a total review of the
proposed project prior to tabling it
to the projects partners for final investment decision.
Petronas reiterates that a project
of this magnitude requires coherent
support from the various relevant
stakeholders to work within a rea-

sonable time frame for successful


implementation, Petronas said.
Petronas and its partners have
been waiting nearly three years for a
permit to build the PNW LNG facility. The CEAA which was due to
deliver its report to Canadian Environment Minister Catherine McKenna by March 22 was granted an
extra three months after the federal
environmental assessment agency
said it needed more data from the
projects backers after they handed over a series of documents and
observations on March 4.

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MAXWELL INTL HOLDINGS BHD (+ve)


SHARES in Maxwell International Holdings
Bhd (fundamental: 1.2/3, valuation: 0.9/3)
triggered our momentum algorithm for the
first time this year.
The group saw some 7.32 million shares
traded yesterday, versus its 200-day average volume of 309,087.5. Maxwell rose 1.5
sen or 75% to close at 3.5 sen.
The sports shoe manufacturer has recently been classified under Practice Note
17 status, following a disclaimer of opinion issued by external auditor Baker Tilly
MAXWELL INT HOLDINGS BHD

Monteiro Heng in its audited financial


statements for the financial year ended
Dec 31, 2015.
The auditor said Maxwell was unable
to provide complete supporting documents for advertising and promotion expenses of RM57.25 million, incurred by
Maxwell (Xiamen) Co Ltd, a subsidiary
of the company.
Maxwell currently trades at 0.01 times
its book value. The company has not paid
dividends since 2012.
Valuation score*
0.90
1.20
Fundamental score**
TTM P/E (x)
TTM PEG (x)
0.02
P/NAV (x)
TTM Dividend yield (%)
7.98
Market capitalisation (mil)
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 398.86
0.33
Beta
0.02-0.11
12-month price range
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength
& protability
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UEM SUNRISE BHD (+ve)


SHARES in UEM Sunrise Bhd (fundamental: 1.15/3, valuation: 1.4/3) triggered our
momentum stock algorithm for the first
time yesterday, following trades of 24.67
million shares. Its 200-day average volume
stood at 6.86 million. The counter closed
up two sen or 1.8% at RM1.13.
UEM Sunrise in July called off a joint venture with WCT Holdings Bhd and Jubilant
Courtyard Sdn Bhd for the development of
a township in Serendah, Selangor, with a
gross development value of RM3 billion.
UEM SUNRISE BHD

For the first quarter ended March 31,


2016, UEM Sunrises net profi t plunged
94% to RM3.02 million or 0.07 sen per
share, from RM53.14 million or 1.17 sen
per share in the previous year, due to lower
sales in the period. Revenue for the quarter
declined 38% to RM257.75 million, from
RM417.45 million.
UEM Sunrise currently trades at 0.74
times its net asset value. The company
paid 1.6 sen per share in dividends for the
financial year ended Dec 31, 2015.
Valuation score*
1.40
1.15
Fundamental score**
24.32
TTM P/E (x)
(0.43)
TTM PEG (x)
0.74
P/NAV (x)
1.44
TTM Dividend yield (%)
5,036.55
Market capitalisation (mil)
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 4,537.44
1.36
Beta
0.76-1.32
12-month price range
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength
& protability
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have

2000

(RM mil)

1500
1000
500
0
-500
-1000
July 8

July 22
July 30

June 24

June 10

May13
May 27

April 29

April 1

April 15

March 4

-1500
Feb 5

KUALA LUMPUR: The net amount purchased by foreign investors edged up to


RM301.8 million last week, from RM105.5
million the week prior, according to
MIDF Research.
The cumulative net foreign inflow
into shares listed on Bursa Malaysia has
surpassed the RM1 billion level thus far
this year.
In his weekly fund flow report yesterday, MIDF head Zulkifli Hamzah said as
of last Friday, the year-to-date cumulative
flow into Bursa had increased to an estimated RM1.26 billion, from RM959.3 million the week prior. In retrospect, foreigners offloaded RM19.5 billion and RM6.9
billion in 2015 and 2014 respectively.
Foreign investors voted their preference for Malaysia as Bursa commenced on
Monday by actively loading up RM160.8
million. Nevertheless, the buying momentum was reversed on Tuesday, with
net selling of RM22.3 million, he said.
Zulkifli said selling pressure continued to pile up last Wednesday, as foreigners sold another RM56.7 million.
However, he said the selling momentum appeared transient as foreign investors turned net buyers again last Thursday,
with a net purchase of RM117.6 million.
He said the buying pace persisted into
last Friday, as foreigners increased their
holding by another RM102.4 million.
Zulkifli noted that foreign participation rate had demonstrated a sign
of fatigue.
He said it dropped significantly to
RM761.2 million, from RM945.6 million
the week prior, making it the weakest
participation rate thus far this year.

Weekly net ow of foreign funds into


Malaysian equities

March 18

*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation


**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength
& protability
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have

BY SURIN MURUGIAH

Feb 19

Valuation score*
1.80
0.20
Fundamental score**
TTM P/E (x)
TTM PEG (x)
0.33
P/NAV (x)
4.05
TTM Dividend yield (%)
2,145.89
Market capitalisation (mil)
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 1,933.24
0.93
Beta
0.80-1.41
12-month price range

Foreign tide to Bursa edged


up to RM301.8m last week

Jan 8

DRB-HICOM BHD

HOME BUSINESS
or all of Proton Holdings Bhd.
According to the weekly, citing sources, most of the bids have been received,
with one or two more before the mid-August deadline, with Volkswagen AG and
General Motors Co among the interested
suitors.
DRB-Hicom currently trades at 0.32 times
its net asset value. The company paid two
sen per share in dividends for the financial
year ended March 31, 2016.

Jan 22

SHARES in DRB-Hicom Bhd (fundamental:


0.2/3, valuation: 1.8/3) triggered our momentum stock algorithm for the first time
yesterday, after trades of 84.97 million shares,
compared with its 200-day average volume
of 3.19 million. The counter rose five sen or
4.5% to close at RM1.16.
The Edge weeklys latest report on DRBHicom (dated Aug 8 to 14) may have sparked
trading interest in the company, which is
expecting up to seven bids to purchase part

Source: MIDF Research

The rate stayed below the RM1 billion level for the eighth time in the past
nine weeks.
Local institutions remained net sellers
for the fifth consecutive week, he added.
Zulkifli said the selling pace increased
to RM334.9 million, from RM92 million in
the preceding week.
Local institutions participation rate
surged to RM2.21 billion, from RM1.98
billion the week prior, the highest since
May 13 this year.
Zulkifli also said retail buyers finally
ended their six-week-long selling trend
on Bursa last week, with a net purchase of
RM33.1 million. Their participation rate
improved to RM605.5 million, up from
[the] previous weeks RM560.8 million.
On global markets, Zulkifli said the worlds
equity markets continued their sideways
movement for the third consecutive week.
He said risk appetite had demonstrated signs of saturation in recent weeks, as
global investors had potentially filled up
their risk portfolio.

Sustainability vital for competitiveness


BY BI LLY TO H

KUALA LUMPUR: The


focus on sustainability is
vital in ensuring that the
country is capable of competing in a globally connected and competitive
world, according to Deputy
Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism
Minister Datuk Henry Sum Agong (pic).
He noted that a study by the World
Bank and international finance corporations on the impact of sustainability
indices had revealed that corporate
governance factors, whether alone or as
part of sustainability initiatives, play an
increasingly important role in guiding
investment decisions, particularly in
emerging markets.
Good corporate governance can
be an effective market differentiator,
helping businesses earn goodwill to
attract potential customers and investors, Henry said at the opening of the
two-day Malaysian Institute of Chartered
Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA) annual conference 2016 yesterday.
He was speaking on behalf of minister
Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.
Henry also pointed to the crucial and

vital role played by company secretaries to provide


precision, guidance and direction for achieving worldclass corporate governance.
With this in mind, corporate professionals must take
steps to improve their skills
and knowledge to ensure the
profession remains relevant
for the next decade and yield
a good result at all times, especially in the
area of corporate governance, he added.
Themed Sustainability Shaping the
Future, Henry said the conference is timely, especially now when boards are increasingly under pressure to step up their
role as corporate governance stewards to
sustain under challenging market trends.
The conference saw about 550 participants from various industries.
MAICSA president Datuk Heng Ji Keng
said the annual event continued to be a
good platform for company secretaries,
directors and corporate officers to keep
abreast of the latest regulatory updates
and developments in governance.
The event will have six sessions that
include presentations, and panel discussions with regulatory representatives and
distinguished business leaders, to share
their experiences in their areas of expertise.

8 P R O P E RT Y

T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Third phase of FICs


London project
to start after talks
Construction comprises hotel, apartment and office units
THE EDGE FILE PHOTO

KUALA LUMPUR: The third phase


of Felda Investment Corps (FIC)
property project in Wembley, London, will commence after talks with
the developer to finalise the price
concludes in two weeks.
FIC is the investment arm of
the Federal Land Development
Authority (Felda).
Felda group chairman Tan Sri
Mohd Isa Abdul Samad (pic) said
the third phase of the project involves the construction of a complex comprising a hotel as well as
apartment and office units.
He said the third phase is part
of a development package by London-based developer EIDE Construction, which completed two
student accommodation complexes
in phases one and two.
The first phase, a 550-room
student accommodation complex

named the Felda House Wembley,


was launched in October last year.
The second phase, the Grand Felda
House, was launched in July this
year, accommodating 802 student

Mah Sings The Greenway sees 85% of


units booked over weekend launch
BY LUM K A K AY
o f T h e Ed g e Pro p e r ty. co m

PETALING JAYA: Mah Sing Group


Bhds The Greenway, located in its
Meridin East township at Kong Kong,
Pasir Gudang, Johor saw 85% of units
booked during its Meridin East sales
gallery and show village launch over
the last weekend, said the developer
in a statement yesterday.
The Greenway comprises 492 units
of 4-bedroom 2-storey link homes
with built-ups ranging from 1,595 sq
ft to 1,648 sq ft with prices starting
from RM357,000.
The 1,313-acre Meridin East is a
gated-and-guarded township to be
developed over the next 12 to 15 years
and has a gross development value
of RM5 billion. It is also Mah Sings
biggest development by acreage.
According to Mah Sing, Meridin
East is located near the Pasir Gudang
industrial hub and the Tanjung Langsat industrial park where it will play
an important role in addressing the
housing needs of the workers and
families in their respective areas.
Mah Sing managing director Tan
Sri Leong Hoy Kum noted that the
launch of Meridin East represents a

rooms, he said at a press conference after a ceremony to honour


prospective haj pilgrims yesterday.
Total cost for phases one and two
was 167.76 million (RM881.9 million) with the third phase to cost just
over 100 million, he added.
Located about 500m from Wembley Stadium, the development will
be constructed in stages, with FIC
purchasing each property from the
developer upon completion.
All three properties will be managed by C-R-M (CRM) Students
Ltd, one of the UKs leading independent student accommodation
management brands with over 15
years of experience.
Felda currently owns 12 hotels
and resorts, including Grand Plaza
Serviced Apartments, Bayswater
and Grand Plaza Kensington, both
in London. Bernama
BY K AT IA D MIT R IE VA

Oversupply beats Brexit as biggest


London office risk UBS
BY SHA RON SMYTH

Filepic of oce property in London. Developers tried to capitalise on rising rents by


starting work on a record number of central London oce projects in the six months
through March 2016. Photo by AFP

the number of jobs that move will


be closer to 25,000.
UK commercial property values
probably had their steepest decline
since December 2008 in July following the vote for Brexit, Osmaan
Malik, a London-based analyst at
UBS, wrote in an Aug 4 report. Offices in the City of London financial
district may have had the steepest
decline at about 6%, Malik wrote.
Asian pension funds will target
continental European property as
they increase allocations to real estate, according to Wels. Japans top
10 pension funds alone may acquire

This article was first published in


TheEdgeProperty.com. Check out the
website for the latest property news
and listings

Scuttled property deals, legal action


mount from Vancouver tax
& N ATA L IE O B IKO PE A R S O N

LONDON: The wave of office buildings under construction in London


is a bigger threat to rents and values
than the risk of companies moving
out after the UKs vote to leave the
European Union (EU), according
to UBS Group AG.
We saw a build-up of oversupply of office space long before Brexit, which cant be stopped, Thomas
Wels, global head of real estate at
the Zurich-based banks asset management unit, said in an interview.
The additional space will hit the
market in 2017 and 2018 and isnt
priced into rents.
Developers tried to capitalise on
rising rents by starting work on a
record number of central London
office projects in the six months
through March. Values may decline
as much as 20% there as companies consider moving some operations to continental Europe or
delay expansion plans following
the vote, according to Green Street
Advisors LLC.
International businesses could
shift as many as 100,000 jobs away
from London within two years of
the UK officially starting a process
to leave the EU because they risk
losing their passporting rights, Jefferies LLC analyst Mike Prew said
in June. Wels, who oversees US$77
billion (RM310 billion) of real estate
assets in 29 countries, estimates

milestone for the company.


Meridin East is our largest township and its launch marks a milestone for the group. We have invested significantly to provide the best
for our homeowners, among which
includes the RM30 million sales gallery which we officially opened over
the weekend.
The sales gallery will be converted
into the townships community clubhouse over the next three to five years.
We are also glad to see the positive
reception the public has shown for our
Greenway 2-storey link homes. The
enhanced infrastructure and added
accessibility into Meridin East will be
a strong pull [factor] for the township.
The group is already upgrading Jalan Kong Kong and the next
phase will involve developing a proposed direct slip-in and slip-out
from the Senai-Desaru Expressway
(SDE) spur road, benefitting Meridin Easts residents and the surrounding community, said Leong.

US$200 billion of European property over the next decade, he said.


In Japan, returns are too small
and the market isnt big enough to
invest domestically, Wels said. In
Europe returns are high, legislation
is sound and investors can achieve
diversification.
Wels favours investing in multifamily properties, stores and offices in Spain, Italy and Germany.
Outside of Germany and the
Netherlands, which already have
very mature rental markets, residential will be the thing of the future, Wels said. Bloomberg

TORONTO/VANCOUVER: British
Columbias decision to impose a 15%
tax on foreign buyers to cool Vancouvers scorching housing market
is poised to derail more than 400
deals worth millions of dollars and
may prompt calls for legal action.
At least 427 deals are likely to collapse due to the new measure, according to Dan Morrison, president
of the Real Estate Board of Greater
Vancouver, citing responses from 27
brokers to an email inquiry. The group
didnt calculate the value of those
sales, though they would be worth
about C$404 million (RM1.2 billion)
based on the average purchase by a
foreign buyer of C$946,945.
That may just be the tip of the iceberg.
Its a domino effect, said Elton
Ash, Western Canada regional executive vice president of Re/Max Holdings Inc. Not only will foreign buyers
be hit but also Canadians who had
contracts to sell and had already put

offers on their next house, he said.


Morrison said the effects could take
years to play out given some deals
involve the sales of condos still being built.
Canadas westernmost province
introduced the tax for foreigners as
price gains intensified this year. The
cost of a detached home in Canadas
third-biggest city soared 38% over
12 months to C$1.58 million in July.
British Columbia joins governments
from the UK to Australia imposing
measures to tame markets that have
become unaffordable for many local residents. Public support for
intervention was building in Vancouver, where anecdotes abound
of offshore investors bidding up
prices then leaving homes empty.
The provincial levy only applies on
homes in the Metro Vancouver area,
where three-quarters of the foreign
money flows.
At least one C$14 million sale
in West Vancouver fell through because the levy wouldve added another C$2.1 million to the cost, Ash
said. Bloomberg

China needs housing space the


size of Singapore each year
BEIJING: China needs to build
residential property space thats
roughly equivalent to the land area
of Singapore, or 800 million sqm,
every year until 2030, Fitch Ratings
estimated.
This means demand for new
housing will remain relatively resilient, a Fitch report released yesterday said.
Fitchs estimate is based on the
assumption that over one-third of
new demand will be driven by the
demolition of all properties built

before 1990, while demand from


marriage-driven first-time buyers
will decline after peaking in 2013.
The Fitch estimates come at a
time of reports of overbuilding and
unsold housing stock in many areas of China.
In July, the official Xinhua news
agency reported that there are development plans in Chinese cities
to have housing capacity for 3.4 billion people, which is more than 2.5
times Chinas population and could
exacerbate oversupply. Reuters

10 B R O K E R S C A L L

T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

OCK units buy helps


tap into Vietnams
telecom industry
OCK Group Bhd
(Aug 8, 84 sen)
Maintain outperform with a lower
target price of 93 sen from 95 sen
previously: OCK Vietnam Towers
Pte Ltd, a 60%-owned subsidiary
of OCK Group Bhd, has signed a
conditional share sale and purchase
agreement (SPA) with Vietnam Infrastructure Ltd to acquire the entire equity interest in Southeast
Asia Telecommunications Holdings
Pte Ltd (SEATH) for US$50 million
(RM203.5 million) cash.
The remaining 40% equity interest
in OCK Vietnam is held by a Singapore-based fund, CapAsia Telecommunications Ltd, which is a wholly-owned company of the CapAsia
Asean Infrastructure Fund III LP.
The SPA is set to be completed by
the fourth quarter of calendar year
2016 with a financial structure of
40% from OCKs equity and US$8
million from CapAsia Telecommunications, while the balance (US$30
million) will be raised from financial
institutions.
The purchase price represents
an entreprise value/earnings before
interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EV/Ebitda) multiple of
7.98 times and price-to-book value
of 1.79 times based on the pro forma unaudited financial year 2015
(FY15) accounts.
SEATH is the largest independent base transceiver station owner
in Vietnam, with 1,938 telecommunications towers geographically dispersed throughout Vietnam.
The towers are backed by longterm lease rentals from mobile network operators in Vietnam. The tenancy ratio of the SEATH group is at
1.25 times and expected to improve
to at least 1.27 times by end-2016.
SEATH has achieved an annual
turnover of RM46 million to RM49
million over the past three financial

OCK Group Bhd


FYE DEC (RM MIL)

2015A

2016E

2017E

Turnover
Ebit
Pre-tax profit
Net profit
Core net profit
Consensus (NP)
Earning revision (%)
Ebitda margin (%)
Core EPS (sen)
EPS growth (%)
DPS (sen)
BV/Share (RM)
Core PER
Reported PER
P/BV (x)
Net gearing (x)
Dividend yield (%)

315.9
43.1
37.3
24.8
24.8

397.0
53.7
38.0
28.1
28.1
28.7
-1.6
15.9
2.5
-45.4
0.7
0.5
33.3
33.3
1.6
0.5
0.8

533.0
76.1
50.5
31.7
31.7
33.3
7.5
20.1
2.9
16.3
0.6
0.5
28.6
28.6
1.7
0.4
0.7

16.3
4.6
39.4
0.6
0.6
18.2
18.2
1.3
(0.2)
0.7

Source: Kenanga Research

years, with a net profit of RM7.2 million to RM7.6 million.


The acquisition would provide
OCK an opportunity to tap into the
growing Vietnam telecommunications industry. Apart from the steady
stream of telecom tower income, the
group may also derive potential synergistic benefits via the expansion
of business opportunities through
cross marketing of the OCK groups
existing products and services.
On top of that, in view of the fragmented independent tower market, management believes potential
consolation among industry players
could provide an opportunity for
growth moving forward.
To recap, OCK earlier announced
to place out up to 105.6 million,
representing 10%, of the issued and
paid-up share capital in early June.
While the final issue pricing of the
proposed fundraising exercise has
yet to be announced, we understand

6 and CX-5), BAuto is currently


the sole Japanese marque to offer clean diesel variants for mainstream models.
This capitalises on the improved
availability of Euro 5 diesel throughout West Malaysia. The company
is expected to introduce the new
CX-9 by early 2017, with an all-new
CX-5 due in mid-2017.
Mazdas assembly facility within
Inokom Corp Sdn Bhds (Inokom)
plant is currently undergoing a
paint shop upgrade that will double production capacity to 43,000
to 45,000 units by next year.
Malaysia will supply Asean mar-

DRB-Hicom Bhd
(Aug 8, RM1.16)
Maintain add with an unchanged
target price of RM1.60: The Edge
weekly has reported that DRBHicom Bhd is expecting as many
as seven bids for Proton Holdings
Bhd by the middle of this month and
it may even sell as much as 100% of
Proton to foreign buyers.
According to industry sources,
DRB-Hicom has advised key stakeholders of the possibility that Proton
will be wholly disposed of. The whole
process is expected to be completed by the first quarter of next year.
The sources added that DRBHicom made it clear that it was willing to sell up to 100% of Proton. How
much it sells will depend on the
proposals and prices it receives. The
important thing is that the door is
now open, explains a source.
According to the report, most of
the bids have already been received.
We gather that DRB-Hicom has received bids from up to five potential
buyers, with one to two more due
before the mid-August deadline.
The plan to sell a stake in the
national car marker, Proton, to a
foreign partner is not new. Prior to
DRB-Hicoms acquisition of Proton in 2012, Germanys Volkswagen
and Frances Peugeot-Citroen were
reportedly keen to acquire a stake.
We are positively surprised by
DRB-Hicoms willingness to dispose
of its entire stake in Proton. We believe that, this time around, there is
a higher chance that the sale of Proton to a foreign partner may succeed
given the recent reorganisation in
Protons top-level management and
its need for further equity injection.
Proton posted a loss of RM1.4 billion (or 72 sen per share) in its finan-

that management intends to utilise


the partial proceeds for its business
expansion in Vietnam.
The proposed private placement
is expected to boost its enlarged
share base to 1.13 billion shares,
based on our estimation. We have
lowered our FY16 profit after tax and
minority interest (Patmi) forecast
by 1.6% after taking the proposed
private placement expenses into
consideration.
Our FY17 Patmi forecast, however, DRB-Hicom Bhd
is raised by 7.5% to RM31.7 million,
after imputing the groups Vietnam FY MAR (RM MIL)
Net profit
venture into our financial model.
We continue to like OCK for its Core EPS (RM)
healthy cash flows on the back of an Core EPS growth (%)
escalating recurring income trend, FD core P/E (x)
spreading its wings in Myanmar and Recurring ROE (%)
across Southeast Asia, its ability to
ride on the passive infrastructure P/BV (x)
sharing trend, and its Ebitda mar- DPS (RM)
gin expanding trend. Kenanga Dividend yield (%)
Research, Aug 8
Source: CIMB

BAuto should see higher associate contributions


from Inokom, Mazda Malaysia
Berjaya Auto Bhd
(Aug 8, RM2.37)
Upgrade to buy from neutral with
a revised target price of RM2.60
from RM2.43: We upgrade Berjaya Auto Bhd (BAuto) to a buy
from neutral despite trimming
our estimates for financial year
2017 (FY17) to FY19 earnings by
8.5%, 7.5% and 6.2% respectively.
This was after factoring in more
conservative volume sales forecasts
and higher yen/ringgit exchange
rate offset by increased associate
contributions.
With the recent introduction of
two diesel Mazda models (Mazda

DRB-Hicoms Proton
sale to boost earnings

kets and, potentially, the Middle East.


BAuto should see higher associate
contributions from the 29%-owned
Inokom and 30%-owned Mazda Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
We understand that an initial
public offering for Berjaya Auto
Philippines is a possibility within
the next 12 months.
Capital gains arising could be
distributed via a special dividend.
Downside risks include a prolonged strength of the yen, sluggish
recovery in consumer spending
and reduced availability of hire
purchase financing. RHB Research, Aug 8

DRB-Hicom is expecting as many as


seven bids for Proton by the middle
of this month. Photo by Mohd Izwan
Mohd Nazam

cial year ended March 31, 2016 results. This led DRB-Hicom to record
a pre-tax loss of RM821.3 million.
Excluding the loss, we estimate
DRB-Hicoms pre-tax profit was
RM578.7 million. To recap, DRBHicom bought a 100% stake in Proton for approximately RM3 billion
in 2012.
The disposal is expected to boost
the future earnings of DRB-Hicom
as it will no longer need to consolidate the losses of Proton, if it sells a
100% stake.The sale could also improve the groups net gearing ratio
of 0.51 times as at March 31, 2016
and boost future cash flows.
We maintain our earnings forecasts pending further developments.
A successful disposal of Proton at a
good price would act as a catalyst
for Protons share price. CIMB
Research, Aug 8

2016A

2017F

2018F

(991.9)
(0.36)
(405)
n.a
(8.60)
0.28
0.020
1.80

16.3
0.01
131.8
0.23
0.33
0.002
0.15

169.7
0.09
943
12.6
2.59
0.33
0.018
1.58

Berjaya Auto Bhd


FYE APR (RM MIL)

Total turnover
Reported net profit
Recurring net profit
Recurring
net profit growth (%)
Recurring EPS (RM)
DPS (RM)
Recurring PER (x)
P/BV (x)
P/CF (x)
Dividend yield (%)
EV/Ebitda (x)
ROAE (%)
Net debt to equity
Our vs consensus
EPS (adjusted) (%)
Source: Company data, RHB

2015

2016

2017F

2018F

2019F

1,830
215
215
64.9

2,112
198
198
(8.1)

2,249
195
195
(1.4)

2,464
223
223
14.3

2,771
261
261
16.8

0.17
0.17
0.17
0.15
13.6
13.8
5.06
4.58
10.7
19.2
7.2
6.4
8.15
8.57
39.3
34.9
net cash net cash
(12.5)

0.19
0.16
12.1
4.29
13.0
6.8
7.50
36.8
net cash
(10.4)

0.23
0.17
10.3
3.88
11.5
7.2
6.35
39.5
net cash
(6.9)

0.19
0.10
12.4
5.58
12.3
4.4
7.95
52.4
net cash

11

TU E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2 016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

TRUST
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THE NOISE
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&
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12 B R O K E R S C A L L

T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Reach Energy
pursuing revenuegenerating assets
Reach Energy Bhd
(Aug 8, 68 sen)
Fairly valued at 98 sen per share:
Reach Energy Bhd signed an agreement with Palaeontol Cooperatief
UA and Hong Kong-listed MIE Holdings Corp on March 5. The agreement is for Reach Energy to obtain
a 60% interest in Palaeontol BV from
MIE for RM638.2 million. Palaeontol
BV, in turn, controls 100% of Emir-Oil
LLP (operator), the owner and operator of four production contracts
and one exploration contract (QA) in
Kazakhstan. The assets span across
an area of 850.3 sq km.
Reach Energy effectively has the
rights to 53.5 million barrels of oil
equivalents based on the QAs 2P
reserves. Of that, the reserves consist of 81% oil and 19% gas. Based on
the consideration, the 2P multiples
for the deal works out to 2.9 times
or US$2.90 (RM12.47) per barrel,
which is much lower compared with
the recent comparable transactions
in Kazakhstan that averaged at 7.3
times. Furthermore, Reach Energy
is pursuing revenue-generating assets that will contribute positively
to its cash flow upon completion of
the deal. The assets are at their early
stage of production. It does not have
to commit to high capital expenditure in 2017 as the production infrastructure has already been invested
by the vendor.
Emir-Oil has yielded positive re-

sults during the initial testing phase


for its first exploration well located
in the Aidai block. In a June update,
the operator was studying the use of
large-scale fracturing and horizontal
well technology to increase the well
productivity in order to prepare for
the development of the field. The
exercise confirmed the presence of
oil and gas in the Triassic formation.
The findings are new proven resources that were not calculated in the
current reserve report, which could
provide upside potential.

The 60% interest in


Emir-Oil will make
Reach Energy the
major shareholder,
giving it control over
the operatorship.
The 60% interest in Emir-Oil will
make Reach Energy the major shareholder, giving it control over the operatorship. Production has been growing steadily from 2012 to 2014, while
the slowdown in 2015 was intentional
due to low oil prices. The operator is
lifting approximately 6,000 barrels
of oil per day and will build up the
capacity gradually. It produces light
and sweet crude oil with American
Petroleum Institute. The operator will

have the rights to produce until 2036


at three out of the four fields, namely:
Kariman, Dolinnoe and Aksaz. Emir
Fields contract period ends in 2030.
Upgrades of the production facility are ongoing to increase oil capacity from 6,458 barrels of oil per
day to 12,000 barrels under Phase
1 and 23,000 barrels under Phase 2.
Phase 1 is scheduled for completion
by end-2016 while Phase 2 is slated
for construction in 2019. As it is, most
of the oil and gas produced are being
trucked to the Mangyshlak Processing Station. After the completion of
Phase 1, a 25km oil pipeline and
35km gas pipeline will be connected
to the new central processing facility
and then to the state-owned trunk
pipelines. The pipelines, which are
expected to be completed in 2018,
could cut transportation cost by US$4
per barrel from the current US$12
per barrel. The increased capacity
as a result of the upgrades will also
enhance its output and scale. General
and administrative cost is at US$1.5
per barrel now and once production
ramps up, it could be reduced to US$1
per barrel. Receivables from the operations are in US dollars and payables are in Kazakhstani Tenge, which
is an advantage to the operations.
Risks include oil price volatility,
foreign exchange risks, execution
and production risks and incorrect
estimation of reserve and resources.
MIDF Research, Aug 8

Unisem outperforming its


Malaysian semiconductor peers
Unisem (M) Bhd
(Aug 8, RM2.52)
Downgrade to hold with an unchanged target price (TP) of
RM2.85: Unisem (M) Bhds share
price has risen by 30% from its low
in February, outperforming its
peers in the Malaysian semiconductor space. Its first half ended
June 30, 2016 results were decent
relative to peers thanks to a more
diversified smartphone exposure
and contribution from other segments such as automotive.
We believe Unisem is quite
comfortable that it will be seeing
higher orders from its two key customers in the financial year ending Dec 31, 2016 (FY16), as new
design wins for radio frequency
components are likely to have
been firmed up by now. However, given the uncertain macroeconomic outlook, we prefer to be
more conservative and forecast
flat US dollar sales growth in FY16
versus management guidance of
6% growth early this year.

Unisem is believed to be quite comfortable that it will be seeing higher orders from its
two key customers in FY16.

Our TP of RM2.85 is pegged to


1.5 times FY16 price-to-book value, which implies 12.6 times FY16
price-earnings ratio with 12%
return of equity. Given the lim-

ited upside now after the share


price rose 39% from its low in
February, we end our buy call
on Unisem and downgrade it to
a hold call.

IOI Corp Bhd


FYE JUNE (RM MIL)

Revenue
Gross profit
Pre-tax profit
Core net profit
EPS (sen)
PER (x)
DPS (sen)
Dividend yield (%)

2014A

2015A

2016F

2017F

2018F CAGR (%)

11,910.6 11,621.0 11,723.3 11,926.2 12,172.3


1,800.4 1,347.2 1,590.4 1,664.2 1,725.3
1,670.8
457.0 1,483.1 1,567.0 1,635.5
1,302.7
957.0 1,115.9 1,179.0 1,230.6
20.5
15.0
17.5
18.5
19.3
21.7
29.6
25.4
24.0
23.0
20.0
9.0
8.9
9.4
9.8
4.5
2.0
2.0
2.1
2.2

0.5
-1.1
-0.5
-1.4
-1.4
-

Source: Company, PublicInvest Research estimates

IOI Corp expected to post


lower 4QFY16 earnings
IOI Corp Bhd
(Aug 8, RM4.40)
Maintain neutral with a higher target price of RM4.78: The Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
has lifted the suspension on IOI
Corp Bhd effective yesterday after
four months. We welcome the decision, however, it is going to take
time for IOI Corp to recover its lost
customer base.
IOI Corp reported total fresh
fruit bunch (FFB) production
of 3.14 million tonnes, which
accounts for 97% of our fullyear forecasts. Its fourth quarter
ended June 30, 2016 (4QFY16)
production had the steepest decline due to strong El Nios impact. Nevertheless, we expect
production growth to turn positive in the second half of 2016
as June productions decline
has softened significantly. IOI
Corp is expected to announce
its 4QFY16 results on Aug 23. We
think the results may be dragged
down by weaker FFB production
and foreign-exchange translation loss as the ringgit weakened 3.8995 to 4.0288 against
the US dollar.
IOI Corps RSPO membership
was suspended on March 28 due

to non-compliance with some


of RSPOs rules on possessing
environment permits and clearing of fragile land in Indonesias
West Kalimantan province. Following that, its major customers,
namely Unilever, Colgate-Palmolive, Hersheys, Johnson &
Johnson, Kellogg, Mars, Nestle,
SC Johson, Yum! Brands, Procter
& Gamble and Rectitt Benckiser
have stopped sourcing palm oil
products from IOI Corps subsidiary, IOI Loders Croklaan, and
switched their suppliers to counterparts like Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd, Sime Darby Bhd and
Wilmar International Ltd. This
has resulted in monetary losses
like CSPO premium and customer
base. Other non-monetary losses
include reputation.
Following the withdrawal of
suspension, we input higher earnings forecasts for FY17 to FY19
with an increase of 3% to 5%. Although it will be a major challenge
for the group to win back its lost
customers, we believe its strong
profile coupled with its sizeable
downstream capacity would help
re-establish its tainted value chain
in the medium term. PublicInvest Research, Aug 8

Unisem (M) Bhd


FYE DEC (RM MIL)

2015A

2016F

2017F

2018F

Revenue
Ebitda
Pre-tax profit
Net profit
Net profit (pre ex)
Net profit growth (pre ex) (%)
EPS (sen)
EPS pre ex (sen)
EPS growth pre ex (%)
Diluted EPS (sen)
Net DPS (sen)
BVPS (sen)
PER (X)
PER pre ex (X)
P/cash flow (X)
EV/Ebitda (X)
Net dividend yield (%)
P/BV (X)
Net debt/equity (X)
ROAE (%)

1,260
355
173
156
156
156.9
21.2
21.2
136
21.2
10.0
184
12.0
12.0
6.1
5.6
3.9
1.4
cash
13.1

1,398
367
185
166
166
7.0
22.7
22.7
7
22.7
12.0
195
11.2
11.2
5.9
5.0
4.7
1.3
cash
12.0

1,420
368
190
171
171
2.8
23.3
23.3
3
23.3
13.0
205
10.9
10.9
5.7
4.5
5.1
1.3
cash
11.7

1,422
361
199
179
179
4.8
24.5
24.5
5
24.5
14.0
216
10.5
10.5
5.7
4.2
5.5
1.2
cash
11.6

Source: Company, AllianceDBS, Bloomberg Finance L P

Risks include major slowdown


in smartphone sales. In recent
years, global semiconductor sales
have been mainly driven by the
strong growth in demand for

smartphones and tablets. Thus,


a major slowdown in smartphone
sales will hurt the industry and
Unisem. AllianceDBS Research,
Aug 8

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Terengganu assembly
sits despite crisis fears
All, except Rhu assemblyman, turn up for event

A call was made for Ahmad Razif (pic) to


step down. Photo by Bernama

KUALA TERENGGANU: All Terengganu assemblymen, except Datuk


Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, who is Rhu
assemblyman, turned up for the
State Assembly sitting yesterday.
The sitting which started at
9.30am was hotly anticipated due
to a political crisis in the state leadership.
Terengganu Menteri Besar Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman, who
arrived at 9.20am, looked cheerful
as he approached a group of about
300 people, who had gathered at
Wisma Darul Iman to show their
support for him.
State assembly Speaker Datuk
Mohd Zubir Embong, at the start

of the sitting, urged the floor to opt


for calmness and harmony, and
avoid animosity.
Be disciplined, do good for the
people, he added.
Terengganu Umno, which has
a razor-thin majority in the state
assembly, plunged into a crisis
after Kijal assemblyman Datuk
Seri Ahmad Said demanded that
Ahmad Razif step down, failing
which he would take measures
to alter the political scenario in
the state.
Umno only has 17 seats in the
state assembly, while PAS and PKR
have 14 seats and one seat respectively. Bernama

High Court rejects Faisal Tehranis


bid to quash ban on books
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court
here dismissed a judicial review
application by novelist Faisal Tehrani to challenge the ban order
issued by the home minister
over the publication of his four
books for allegedly spreading
Syiah teachings.
In his ruling yesterday, Judge
Datuk Hanipah Farikullah said
the home minister had not acted
beyond his power in his decision
to ban the books.
Senior Federal Counsel Shamsul Bolhassan, representing the
home minister, told the media
that the judge also held that the
ban order was reasonable and ordered Faisal Tehrani to pay costs
of RM5,000 to the home minister.
Faisal Tehrani, whose real
name is Mohd Faizal Musa, filed
the application on June 29 last
year seeking an order to set aside
the ban issued by the home minister against his four books under
the Printing Presses and Publications (Control of Undesirable
Publications) Order.
Mohd Faizal also sought a declaration that the order, made on
Feb 12, 2015, was null and void

as it was contrary to Article 8(1)


and Article 10(1)(a) of the Federal
Constitution. He also asked for
a declaration that the order imposed on his books was irrational and ultra vires as it breached
Section 7 of the Printing Presses
and Publications Act 1984.
He claimed the order was issued on grounds that his four
books were likely to be prejudicial
to public order and safety, and he
only learned about it after reading a news report on May 5, 2015.
Mohd Faizal said that on Dec
3, 2013, he received a letter from
the home ministry stating that
the Islamic Development Department had certified the ban
against his four books.
The home ministry had banned
four books authored by the controversial novelist as they were found
to have contained Syiah elements
and contravened the teachings of
the Sunnah Wal Jamaah.
He also asked for a declaration
that the order imposed on his
books was irrational and ultra
vires as it breached Section 7 of
the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984. Bernama

Specialist at private hospital charged


with RM6.5m tax evasion

Activists permitted to refer to Federal


Court on constitutional issues

KUALA LUMPUR: A specialist at a


private hospital was charged in the
Magistrates Court yesterday with
five counts of income tax evasion
amounting to more than RM6.5
million.
Lieutenant Colonel (Rtd) Datuk Dr Lee Chiang Heng, 57, who
owned a clinic, pleaded not guilty
to all five charges which were read
out before Magistrate Siti Radzeah
Kamarudin.
The plea of not guilty was made
by Mohd Idhan Omar, 32, on behalf
of Dr Lee, who is his employer. Dr
Lee could not attend yesterdays
proceeding due to work matters.
Dr Lee was charged with willfully evading to pay tax on income

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court


here allowed an application by
activists Adam Adli Abd Halim
and Mohd Fariz Abd Talib to refer constitutional issues on their
street demonstration charge to
the Federal Court.
Judicial Commissioner Datuk
Nordin Hassan allowed the application on grounds that only the
Federal Court has jurisdiction to
decide the matter.
Adam Adli and Mohd Fariz
submitted the application to
challenge several constitutional issues, including whether Section 4(1)(c), 4(2)(c) and 4(3) of
the Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA)
were a breach of Articles 8 and 9

earned from his private practice at


the clinic and service at the private
hospital, totalling RM25,063,265.00,
the amount of which should have
been stated in the Borang Nyata
(Borang B) for the year of assessment in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and
2011.
This resulted in income tax of
RM6,567,992.59 not paid by Dr
Lee for the respective years, the
charge read.
Lee was supposed to pay income tax of RM638,171.80 in
2007, RM1,282,035.16 (2008),
RM1,415,004.68 (2009),
RM1,549,877.13 (2010) and
RM1,682,903.82 (2011).
He was charged with commit-

ting the offences at the clinic and


hospital in Jalan Ampang between
June 2008 and June 2012.
The charges were made under
Section 114(1)(a) of the Income
Tax Act 1967, which carries a fine
not exceeding RM20,000, or imprisonment not exceeding three
years, and a special penalty of three
times the amount of tax involved,
if convicted.
The prosecution was conducted by prosecuting officer from
the Inland Revenue Board, Mohd
Shafuddin Hasan, while lawyer Dir
Kheizwan Kamaruddin represented Dr Lee.
The court set Sept 20 for mention. Bernama

5.98

of the Federal Constitution.


On Sept 8, 2015, Adam Adli, 26,
and Mohd Fariz, 45, pleaded not
guilty to a charge of participating in a street demonstration that
kicked off from the Sogo Complex
in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman to
KLCC esplanade between 4pm
and 7.30pm on Feb 28 last year.
The charge under Section 4(2)
(c) of PAA provides a fine not
exceeding RM10,000 upon conviction.
The prosecution was conducted by Deputy Public Prosecutor
Raja Zaizul Faridah Raja Zaharudin, while Adam Adli and Mohd
Fariz were represented by lawyer
Melissa Sasidaran. Bernama

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TU E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2 016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

Najib: Asean people should


help build community
They should participate in and make contribution for the association to progress
KUALA LUMPUR: Asean people should not just benefit from
Asean but also participate in and
contribute towards Asean community-building efforts for the association to progress.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib
Razak said a prerequisite to establish a true Asean community was
to instil a sense of belonging and
identity within and across the people of its 10 nations.
It is only then that we will have
an Asean community that is truly cohesive and reflects the aspi-

rations of its peoples, he said in


a statement in conjunction with
the 49th Asean Day celebration
yesterday.
While wishing Happy Asean Day
to all Malaysians and the peoples of
Asean, Najib said much remained
to be done before Asean could truly
consider itself a single and united
community in practice, as well as
in name.
Asean community-building is a
continuous and evolving process,
and the momentum must be maintained to ensure political cohesion,

Recent crimes
not linked to IS
Bukit Aman

Pokemon Go a security
threat only for the obsessed

KUALA LUMPUR: The Islamic State


(IS) militant group is not linked to
recent cases of firearms smuggling,
shooting and kidnapping, says the
federal police headquarters in Bukit
Aman.
This was because unlike IS members, common criminals did not have
a particular ideology and propaganda
to spread to the public, said special
branch counterterrorism division
principal assistant director Datuk
Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay.
So far, there are no links and
intelligence information that can
verify these people (IS members)
have been working hand in glove
with common criminals, he told
Bernama recently.
He also said the police did not rule
out the possibility that IS members
could easily obtain firearms, just like
the common criminals.
If they (IS members) meet with
those criminals, they will also have
the same access to middlemen to
get things they need (firearms and
explosives).
For that, Ayob Khan said the police would always take preventive
measures and monitor the situation
from time to time to thwart such an
incident. Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: The latest global craze for Pokemon Go, a location-based augmented reality game,
might be harmful and be a security
threat only if its users are not supervised and have become obsessed,
an IT expert says. Onemyr Awareness Management director Mohd
Ridzman Azzahari said society must
be equipped with knowledge on
the right method to play the mobile
application game, especially at government offices, without abusing
public WiFi.
There should be guidelines on
prohibiting this game to be played
at certain places as enforced in a
neighbouring country. Impose a ban
on playing the game at government
offices, security areas and the like.
Mohd Ridzman, who is also an
information technology consultant,
said he did not rule out the possibility the game could pose a threat
to national security if gamers were
using the WiFi facility provided at
government premises.
He said if the monster hunters
use public WiFi in these areas, the
IP addresses would be exposed to
Internet hackers, making it easy for
them to obtain vital government in-

economic integration and social


and regional inclusion, he added.
Therefore, he said, the theme selected by Laos as Asean chairman
this year, Turning vision into reality
for a dynamic Asean community,
was timely and appropriate as it
reflected the Asean peoples collective will to continue to integrate its
region and solidify its community.
As we celebrate Asean Day this
year, we do so for the first time as
a single community. For on Dec
31, 2015, under the chairmanship
of Malaysia, the 10 Asean mem-

ber states inaugurated the Asean


community.
This was a significant milestone
for the region, building on the resilience and dynamism that have been
the hallmarks of Asean through its
journey of nearly half a century,
he said, adding that Asean people should be proud of what was
accomplished in almost 50 years.
Established on Aug 8, 1967, Asean comprises Malaysia, Indonesia,
Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Brunei, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia. Bernama

because his application was not


properly brought before the High
Court.
She allowed the preliminary
objection raised by deputy public prosecutor Awang Amardajaya
Awang Mahmud, who submitted
that Uthayakumar had used the
wrong mode of proceedings to file
his application.
Justice Tengku Maimun, who
presided with Justices Datuk Mohd
Zawawi Salleh and Datuk Ahmadi
Asnawi, held that the prosecutions

Johor draws up ve strategies to modernise, transform local authorities


JOHOR BARU: The Johor government has drawn up five key
strategies to modernise the
service and delivery system of
local authorities to make them
more efficient. Johor Menteri
Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed
Khaled Nordin said it was crucial for the government delivery system to be efficient and
effective. He said it was even
more pressing as the needs
and lifestyles of the people
had changed drastically. Our
delivery system must not only
be fast, but also sophisticated
as Malaysia has become more
complex and sophisticated,
he said when launching the
transformation plan for local
government authorities in the
state at the Persada Johor convocation centre here on Sunday night. Bernama

Guard who claims to be


Melaka sultan pleads not
guilty to cheating
JOHOR BARU: A security guard
who claimed to be the sultan
of Melaka pleaded not guilty
in the Magistrates Court here
yesterday to three counts of
cheating. Sabirin Yusuf, 48,
was charged with cheating
Poniran Sumardi by deceiving the latter into believing
that Sabirin was the Melaka
sultan and able to get Poniran a set of the Melaka royal
attire, prompting Poniran to
hand him a total of RM700.
The charges were made under
Section 420 of the Penal Code,
which provides an imprisonment of up to 10 years and with
whipping, and is liable to fines,
if found guilty. Bernama

Independence
Day-themed T-shirts
instil spirit of patriotism

Pokemon Go fans in Kuantan discussing their next move in the popular game.
Photo by Bernama

formation for various reasons.


Echoing a similar view was a CyberSecurity Malaysia spokesman
who advised users to equip themselves with knowledge and procedures in using the Internet and
mobile applications in a positive
manner.
The users should be ethical and

prudent to ensure their safety and


data stored in their digital devices,
he said.
On July 25, Communications and
Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr
Salleh Said Keruak said Malaysia
would not object or prohibit the
game from entering the country.
Bernama

Appeals Court dismisses Uthayakumars appeal


PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal
has dismissed an appeal brought by
lawyer P Uthayakumar over his bid
for a Royal Commission of Inquiry
to be set up to look into prison reforms in Malaysia.
Uthayakumar was seeking for the
Court of Appeal to reverse the High
Court decision on Feb 17 this year
which dismissed his application.
A three-member panel led by
Justice Datuk Tengku Maimun
Tuan Mat ruled that Uthayakumars appeal was incompetent

IN BRIEF

preliminary objection had merit.


In his application, Uthayakumar had sought for Prime Minister
Datuk Seri Najib Razak, with the
Attorney-Generals (AG) advice,
to propose to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to establish the commission.
He named Najib, Deputy Prime
Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, prisons director-general Datuk Seri Zulkifli Omar, Kajang
prison director Abdul Wahab Abdul
Kassim, the AG and the Malaysian

KUALA LUMPUR: Apart from


selling artworks at affordable
prices, it can also promote our
country to the world, said Saiful Anuar, 40, who is producing tie-dyed T-shirts with the
Independence Day theme. He
said the T-shirts were favourites among tourists as a gift
for their family and friends
back home and also as a remembrance of their visit to the
country. He said the T-shirts
of various sizes, from children
aged 13 to adults, were sold at
between RM25 and RM50.
Bernama

Education Department to
study proposed Teachers
Protection Act
government as respondents.
In the application, UIthayakumar, said among others, that prisoners at all prisons nationwide
should be given healthcare and
medical treatment by specialists.
Uthayakumar was sentenced
to 30 months jail for sedition by
a Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur in 2013. He was, however,
released from prison in October
2014 after the Court of Appeal reduced his jail term to 24 months.
Bernama

TANAH MERAH: The Education Department will study the


proposal for the introduction
of a Teachers Protection Act
to protect educators, said its
director-general, Tan Sri Dr
Khair Mohamad Yusof. He
said the department would
have to scrutinise details of the
formulation of the proposed
law. We have to look at the
scope of protection required
by educators, he added.
Bernama

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T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Independent watch
brands changing huge
global industry
Adding innovation and artistry to raise level of products
BY JUSTIN M AS TI NE -FRO S T

THE world of luxury watchmaking is filled with brands of all shapes and sizes. The big players, such as Rolex, Omega
and Patek Phillipe, live at one end, turning the giant cogs of a well-oiled industrial machine. At the other end, we
have the independents, often a two- or three-person operation fuelled by passion for the craft and a desire to create.
Some of these independent operations take traditional mechanical watchmaking and add innovation and artistry to raise the level of their products. These watches look like watches you may already know, but better or more
interesting. Think Grnefeld, Voutilainen and Vortic, which use new materials, forms, ideas and technology to improve and evolve the art of timekeeping.
Separately, some independents do their best to turn the conventional watch industry totally on its head. Such
brands as MB&F, URWerk and Christophe Claret like to play with time, literally finding new ways to display the
hours, minutes and days.
Lifes too short to wear a boring watch and all these brands try to innovate more with each passing year, so they
are a great place to look for a new treat. Their shared goal is to give a moment of amusement and luxury every time
a wearer checks his wrist. And the best part is, not all of them will make you go broke. Bloomberg

1. BREW WATCHES

2. CHRISTOPHE CLARET

3. FIONA KRGER

Jonathan Ferrer founded Brew Watches in 2015,


after a stint in watch design working with a handful
of big-box watch brands. Combining a keen eye for
detail and an interest in mid-century minimalism,
his work showcases a particularly unique and
tasteful aesthetic you rarely see in an entry-level
price range. His rst release, powered by a Swiss
Ronda quartz chronograph movement, retails for
US$349 (RM1,406), and the model seen here is
heading for pre-orders tomorrow, with a starting
price of US$450. Ferrer turned to the fans of his
rst release through the design process of his
second watch, and having seen the prototype, we
think this sophomore eort is destined to be just as
successful as his initial release.

Though equally skilled at a technical level, Christophe


Clarets approach to watchmaking is quite dierent
from that of Voutilainen and others. Much like MB&F
and URWerk, Clarets creations continually play with
new ways to display time, as well as new ways in which
movements can be constructed. In the case of the X-TREM
1 seen here, the movement actually uses magnetic elds
instead of a mechanical link to display hours and minutes
in retrograde on either side of the watch. The execution
of this is beyond baing considering that magnetic elds
have such a tendency to negatively aect the accuracy of
a watch movement. Claret is also the king of the Minute
Repeater complication and the brand even made one
minute repeater capable of ringing a Westminster chime.

Fiona Krger is an artist rst and a watch


designer second, which can sound like a warning
to true horologists. But Krger certainly knows
how to execute properly. By engaging skilled
artisans and watchmakers, she has turned her
vision of a skull watch (a long-running, oftenderided theme in timekeeping) into a reality. In
its rst iteration, the Celebration Skull featured
an elaborate and colourful hand-lacquered dial
paying tribute to the Mexican celebration of Dia
de Los Muertos. This latest version takes a more
muted and downsized approach to the skull
watch, sporting classic guillochage and clous de
Paris hand-chisel work.

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4. GRNEFELD

5. MB&F

6. SARPANEVA

7. URWERK

Brothers Tim and Bart Grnefeld are


obsessed with innovation in movement
design, and their win at the 2014 Grand
Prix dHorlogerie de Genve for their
Parallax Tourbillon was a real testament
to the masterful work theyve taken
on over the past years. Coming from a
multigenerational family of watchmakers,
the brothers were bitten by the
watchmaking bug at a very early age, and
that passion can easily be seen and heard
today. The brothers were also the ones who
created the worlds rst serially-produced
watch with independent dead-beat
seconds back in 2011. Seen here is the 1941
Remontoire Constant Force in white gold.

Maximilian Brssers resume is


impressive, to say the least. Starting
rst with Jaeger LeCoultre, right out of
college, and then moving on to being
the director of Harry Winstons Rare
Timepieces division at the young age
of 31, he was no stranger to haute
horlogerie when he founded MB&F in
2005. Combining surprising, inventive
concepts in movement design with
outside-the-box designs such as
the biomorphic pod-style case of the
MB&F HM6 seen here is Maxs
raison dtre. He has single-handedly
changed the way many collectors think
about what a watch should look like.

Stepan Sarpanevas watches can grab


your attention from across the room,
and the closer you look, the more
impressive they become. Most recently,
his partnership with Black Badger
Composites, which makes innovative
glow-in-the-dark materials, has led to
the use of some serious luminescent
coating laid beneath a beautifully
crafted multilayered cutaway dial.
The rst model (known as the Korona
Northern Lights) was one of the most
interesting releases of 2015, and after
spending some time with his latest
model, we are itching to get our hands
on one permanently.

Led by watchmakers Felix Baumgartner


(not the daredevil skydiver) and Martin
Frei, URWerk has been around for nearly
two decades now, and with each release,
the brand brings something new to the
table. Over the years, their complex
orbital creations have showed fans new
ways for us to read time, but this year
at SIHH, the brand launched the EMC2
Timehunter a creation (seen here)
that left collectors at a loss for words. It
is the rst timepiece that can provide a
reading of the movements amplitude
basically, how accurately it is running.
Then, in another rst, the owner can
adjust the mechanics accordingly
without having to open the caseback.

8. VORTIC WATCHES

9. VOUTILAINEN

10. ZELOS WATCHES

11. LINDE WERDELIN

Vortic Watches started as the brainchild


of RT Custer and Tyler Wolfe, with
adoration for vintage American
timekeeping and a fascination with
3D printing. Their rst run involved
3D printing modern watchcases
to envelope vintage pocket watch
movements by Hamilton, Waltham,
Elgin and Ball. For their second
release, they have decided to design
their own watches using Swiss
movements from Eterna: 3D printed
titanium cases and enamel dials will
be produced in the US. They have such
a passion for bringing watchmaking
back to the US that their Kickstarter
campaign stretch goals are to employ
additional sta in Colorado.

On the list of historically signicant


living watchmakers, Kari Voutilainen
is right up there. Having worked with
Michel Parmigiani and then launched
his own brand in 2002, Kari has
produced beautiful timepieces that
have garnered seven international
awards. His dial and case designs
are a gorgeous nod to the ancient
traditions of watchmaking. Each
timepiece, including last years
stunning steel-cased GMT-6, is crated
through a massive number of manhours. Outside his own brand, Kari has
worked with Max of MB&F and Jean
Franois Mojon (known for designing
the Harry Winston Opus X) in the
creation of MB&Fs LM-1.

Founded by Elshan Tang in 2014, Zelos


Watches has the goal of pushing
design limits and using new materials.
Tang uses inexpensive yet reliable
movements from Miyota, and works
with manufacturers and suppliers in
Shenzhen. Each watch he releases
has a wonderful nish and attention
to detail rare in the sub-US$1,000
(RM4,030) range. His earliest creations
saw huge success through Kickstarter.
Elshan has used complex multi-piece
case construction with the Zelos Eagle
watch, and carbon bre and bronze in
dierent releases. His latest model, the
Hammerhead (seen here), available for
pre-orders, is the rst of its kind to use
a meteorite dial.

Known for continually innovating in a


very systematic manner, each Linde
Werdelin release takes the brands
existing line, and nds new ways to
make a watch lighter and stronger
(and sometimes just more appealing to
look at). Most recently, the brand has
been working with 3DTP Carbon a
layered form of carbon bre that is
stronger and more predictable to work
with than forged carbon. With it, the
brand built the surprisingly intricate
Spido case, an impressive feat of
strength and engineering.

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Why China cant solve


its debt problem
Public borrowings a more serious problem than official figures let on
BY C H RI STOPH ER BALDING

or a long time, there was


a recurring stereotype
about Chinas economy: If growth started to
slow significantly, the
argument went, prudent technocrats in Beijing could
always prop it up with fiscal stimulus and keep the countrys financial institutions afloat. Combined
with optimistic official data about
deficits, this argument sounded
reassuring for a while.
Yet now reality is intervening
harshly. Chinas public finances are
in worse shape than is commonly
understood. And as debt levels rise
and the economy remains sluggish,
the governments ability to boost
growth looks increasingly precarious. Without reform, that will have
some grim consequences.
According to the International
Monetary Fund (IMF), China is expected to run a moderate budget deficit of 3% of gross domestic product
(GDP) this year, with a manageable
debt load equal to 46.8% of the economy, ranking it 100th out of 184 countries. On the surface, then, it appears
well placed to manage any slowdown.

But there is more here than meets


the eye. The headline number used
by the IMF covers only central government debt, not that of provinces
and municipalities. Since more than
80% of public spending in China
comes from local governments, that
is an important omission. Assume
those governments incurred the
statutory maximum debt load last
year in total, 16 trillion yuan
and you double total public borrowing, raising it by 47% of GDP.
Yet even that assumption is generous. An examination by Chinas
National Audit Office in 2013 found
debt outstanding of 18 trillion yuan.
In other words, debt already exceeded the 2015 statutory limit
three years ago. And since then,
local finances have only worsened.
The IMF last year estimated a total
fiscal deficit of 10% of GDP. Goldman Sachs recently put it at about
15%. Those are enormous figures:
They suggest a total deficit level on
par with the US during the 2008
financial crisis perhaps worse.
And yet they still obscure the true
amount. Local governments trying
to evade debt limits often guarantee
off-balance-sheet loans (explicitly or
otherwise) and create state-owned

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enterprises to pursue projects on


their behalf. Last year, their liabilities
grew so egregious that Beijing had to
engineer a bailout by mandating a
debt swap with state-owned banks.
Furthermore, investors and ratings firms struggle to draw a clear
distinction between government
debt and private debt. It is widely assumed in China that the government
stands behind most debt owed by
state-owned companies to strategic
enterprises or other favoured firms.
And investors have tended to believe
that the government will back most
every major company or project.

So far, they have been right: Despite rising defaults, the government
has not allowed any major firm to collapse for fear of triggering a crisis. Yet
stresses are rising in Chinas banking
system, and with public debt a more
serious problem than official figures
let on and still rising the government is increasingly constrained.
There are a number of steps Beijing could take to address this mess.
Deleveraging should be first. Restrictions on what local governments
can borrow simply encourage new This column does not necessarily reand creative ways to hide their debt, flect the opinion of the editorial board
which actually makes them more or Bloomberg LP and its owners.

Globalisation is the only answer


BY A NA B EL GON ZLEZ

The Brexit referendum in the UK


and the presidential race in the US
have shown, among other things,
that public distrust of global integration is on the rise. That distrust
could derail new trade agreements
currently in the works, and prevent
future ones from being initiated.
The danger implied by this scenario should not be underestimated.
Isolationism and protectionism, if
taken too far, would break the tradebased economic engine that has
delivered peace and prosperity to
the world for decades.
As a former trade minister for
Costa Rica, I know how difficult it
is for countries developed and
developing alike to craft trade
policies that deliver benefits to all of
their people. But just because managing the effects of globalisation is
difficult does not mean we should
throw our hands up and quit.
In the developing world, trade
has delivered high growth and technological progress. According to the
World Bank, since 1990 trade has
helped to halve the number of people
living in extreme poverty. But these
gains, while impressive, are not necessarily permanent. If high-income

countries close themselves and


their consumers off from global
markets, the worlds poorest people
will suffer the most.
Trade thrives in an open environment of willing participants acting
in good faith and governed by clear
rules. Short of this, the forces of globalisation can turn cooperation into
conflict. That is why policymakers
should focus on four areas.
First, countries should dismantle
protectionist measures they have
in place, and make a firm commitment not to implement policies that
distort global markets.
Second, countries should come
together to update the international rules governing trade to account
for changing economic conditions,
and effectively implement negotiated agreements.
Third, individual countries and
institutions such as the World Trade
Organization should work together
to eliminate barriers that increase
trade costs. In particular, they must
abolish agricultural subsidies, remove restrictions on trade in services, improve connectivity, facilitate
cross-border trade and investment,
and increase trade finance.
Finally, and most important,
wealthy countries should support
developing countries efforts to integrate themselves further into the
global economy. Given trades record

of reducing poverty, this is a moral


imperative; it is also indispensable
for peace and stability.
To be sure, trade must deliver for
all countries and for all people, from
factory workers suffering plant closures in Europe or the United States
to subsistence farmers trapped in
informal economies in Africa and
South Asia. But those who suggest
that trade is a zero-sum game are
simply avoiding the hard questions:
Who should bear the painful dislocation costs from trade and new
technologies? What policies will
enable dislocated people to pursue new opportunities? How can
countries maintain productivity-led
growth in an age of frequent and
sudden disruption?
The challenges of global integration are not new, but nor can they
be ignored. Policymakers should
mind the lessons of economic history. Above all, they should bear in
mind that even during past periods
of rapid technological change, far
more people benefited from free
and open trade than from protectionist barriers.
No country in todays world can
seal itself off from foreign goods,
services, capital, ideas, or people.
Instead leaders should foster more
commerce to include more people.
They can do so by adopting international rules to manage openness

difficult to rein in. More effective


if less politically appealing would
be allowing zombie firms to collapse,
slowing the rate of investment and
accepting slower GDP growth.
Instead, Beijing seems to be praying to the Keynesian multiplier, hoping that with yet more stimulus it
can grow its way out of its problems,
much as it did a decade ago. But the
post-2000 period was a unique one,
as China joined the World Trade Organization, global growth pushed up
export receipts and budgets magically righted themselves. The government must accept that history
is unlikely to repeat itself.
If it does not, mounting bad debts,
double-digit deficits and a rickety
financial system are going to make
for an increasingly volatile combination. Bearish investors predicting
large-scale devaluations and bank
crises understand the risks that have
historically accompanied such profligacy. If Chinas credit cannot expand forever, it must stop either
by choice or by force. Bloomberg

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and interdependency; establishing


stronger social safety nets; investing in innovation, education and
skill-training, and infrastructure;
and creating a more conducive regulatory environment for businesses
and entrepreneurs to foster stronger
and more inclusive growth.
No country can deliver long-term

prosperity to its people on its own.


Closer international cooperation and
economic integration are the only
way forward. Project Syndicate
Anabel Gonzlez is senior director
for the World Bank Groups Trade
& Competitiveness Global Practice.

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Bristol-Myers
Squibb suers
US$21b
self-inicted
wound

Britain launches
probe into Airbus

BY ROB ERT C Y RA N

NEW YORK: Bristol-Myers


Squibb has suffered a US$21
billion (RM84.63 billion)
self-inflicted wound. Thats
how much value investors
wiped off the pharma firm last
Friday morning after its trial to greatly broaden the use
of one of its most promising
cancer drugs failed. It was an
unnecessarily risky move for
Bristol, whose immunotherapy has been outselling Mercks.
The stumble will allow its more
cautious rival to clean up.
Bristols Opdivo and Mercks
Keytruda are shaping up to be
the biggest blockbusters ever
for the pharma industry. The
drugs have proven to be effective against forms of lung,
skin, kidney, and other cancers
by cutting the brakes on the
immune systems response.
In the second quarter, Bristol
sold US$840 million of Opdivo
almost seven times as much
as the same period last year.
Taking on tobacco has provided the most glittering prize. Sales
of Opdivo, Keytruda, and related
drugs for lung cancer will exceed
US$20 billion in 2022, according
to Cowen. The biggest chunk of
this will come from previously
untreated patients.
The key to bringing in even
more revenue stems from showing such drugs work on more
forms of cancer and using these
treatments earlier. Merck took a
relatively safe path. It proved in
June that Keytruda worked in
untreated non-small cell lung
cancer patients whose tumours
had at least 50% of cells producing a protein called PD-L1. Various trials have shown that the
success of Keytruda and Opdivo
is highly linked, but not entirely,
to having cells that produce this
protein. There arent, though, too
many patients with such a high
amount of PD-L1.
Bristol went for the kill. Its
drug already sells over two
times as much as Mercks, and
it designed a trial to widen this
lead, targeting patients with tumours with just 5% or more of
cells producing PD-L1. Thats
a far harder target to hit, but
would also have opened up a
lot more patients to treatment.
Bristol will now probably have
to wait until 2018 to hit back at its
rival. Thats when a trial of Opdivo in combination with another drug for treating lung cancer
should report. Earlier trials suggest this is a remarkably effective
way to treat the disease. Until
then, Merck has a clear path to
gain market share and the
US$11 billion added to its market value last Friday morning
implies shareholders agree. Its
a pricey therapy for Bristols hubris. Reuters

Investigating fraud, bribery and corruption allegations SFO


LONDON: Britains Serious Fraud
Office (SFO) said on Sunday it had
opened a criminal probe into Airbus Group, investigating allegations
of fraud, bribery and corruption.
These allegations relate to irregularities concerning third-party consultants, the SFO said in a
statement.
The authority said it opened the
investigation in July and asked anyone with relevant information to
come forward.
A spokesperson for the SFO
said additional details of the probe
would not be made public until

charges were brought or the investigation is dropped.


European planemaker Airbus
said it was aware of the probe and
the aviation firm was working with
investigators.
Airbus Group has been informed by the SFO that it has
opened a criminal investigation
into allegations of fraud, bribery
and corruption in the civil aviation
business of Airbus Group relating to
irregularities concerning third-party consultants, the company said
in a statement.
Airbus Group continues to co-

operate with the SFO, the statement concluded.


The company was informed
last Friday that the authority had
launched an investigation, an Airbus spokesman told AFP.
We ourselves detected this issue and self-disclosed it to the authorities.
This is as an effort of our enhanced anti-corruption [policy].
Management has taken robust action and is determined to resolve
this issue in cooperation with the
authorities, spokesman Jeremy
Greaves said. AFP

DBS profit falls as Swiber


provisions offset interest income
BY CHANYAPORN CHANJAROEN

SINGAPORE: DBS Group Holdings


Ltds second-quarter profit declined
6% as provisions for troubled energy-services firm Swiber Holdings
Ltd overshadowed gains in interest
and fee income.
Net income fell to S$1.05 billion (RM3.14 billion) from S$1.12
billion a year earlier, Singapores
largest bank said in an exchange
filing yesterday. That compared
with the S$1.07 billion average of
five analysts in a Bloomberg survey that was compiled before DBS
revealed losses related to Swiber.
See related story on Page 21
Concern has mounted over Singaporean banks loans to oil and gas
services providers over the past two
weeks since Swiber sought court
supervision for its operations amid
pressure from creditors. Moodys
Investors Service warned last Thursday that funds the banks had set
aside to cover souring energy ex-

A lepic of people using ATMs at a DBS branch oce in Singapore. What DBS needs to
do is to convince investors that their risk management is in place and hopefully this
Swiber is a one-o case, says an analyst. Photo by Reuters

posures arent enough. DBS net


interest margin was bolstered by
higher domestic borrowing costs
from a year ago, though local rates
have since fallen in 2016.
Earlier, the expectations were
dampened by Swiber, and that took
the focus away from their core op-

erations, which are quite strong,


He Yuxuan, an analyst at Daiwa SB
Investments (Singapore) Ltd, said
yesterday by phone. What DBS
needs to do is to convince investors that their risk management is
in place and hopefully this Swiber is a one-off case. Bloomberg

Nomura-Keio fund boosts target for Japan start-ups


BY TAKAHIKO H Y U G A

TOKYO: Keio University and Nomura Holdings Inc increased the


fundraising goal for their venture
capital partnership by 50% to 15
billion (RM592 million) after demand from Japanese financial firms
during the first phase of financing
exceeded expectations.
Keio Innovation Initiative Inc,
founded by Japans oldest university and biggest brokerage, closed
the first round last month with almost 5 billion, about 50% more

than it anticipated, chief executive


officer Kotaro Yamagishi said in an
interview. The fund operator aims
to raise another 10 billion for the
second and third phases over 10
years, he said.
The plan reflects growing investor interest in high-technology
ventures in Japan in areas such as
robotics, as well as increasing profitability of start-ups emerging from
academia. The first tie-up of its kind
between a Japanese university and
global investment bank comes as
the government seeks to promote

more new businesses and investors facing shrinking interest rates


contemplate taking more risks in
search of returns.
Academic and technology ventures have been raising investors
hopes because their research is maturing and theyre becoming more
focused on making profits, said
Yamagishi, who co-founded mobile-game maker Gree Inc. Competition for investing in start-ups is
heating up so the bigger our funds
become, the more negotiating power we can have. Bloomberg

IN BRIEF
Russia sees no need for
oil freeze talks currently,
says energy minister
MOSCOW: Russia sees no need
for renewing discussion of a
freeze on oil output at current
crude prices, while leaving
open the possibility for the
future, Energy Minister Alexander Novak told journalists
in Moscow yesterday. A basis
for this has yet to develop, considering prices are still at more
or less normal levels, Novak
said. If prices will fall then
that necessity will most likely
arise. Russia, Saudi Arabia,
and other major oil exporters
met in Doha, Qatar, in April in
a bid to stabilise global markets
by putting caps on output. The
effort collapsed as Saudi Arabia demanded that rival Iran
join the pact. The Russian energy minister did not exclude
the possibility that he could
meet with his Saudi counterpart, Khalid al-Falih, in Algiers
next month. Bloomberg

Tourism, infrastructure to
support Thailands
economy BoT governor
BANGKOK: Thailands record
tourist arrivals and public
work spending are expected
to offset weak domestic demand and global economic
drag, keeping Southeast Asias
second-largest economy on
course for 3.1% growth this
year, the central bank governor told Reuters in an interview. Tourism has been one
of the few bright spots in the
Thai economy, and government spending on big ticket
infrastructure should give a
jolt to the sluggish economy
later in the year, Bank of Thailand (BoT) governor Veerathai Santiprabhob said. We
are on track, Veerathai told
Reuters in an interview last
Friday. Reuters

Amazon Japan raided on


suspicion of antitrust
practices Nikkei
TOKYO: Japans Fair Trade
Commission (JFTC) has raided the office of Amazon Japan
on suspicion of pressuring retailers to offer products on more
favourable conditions than on
rival sites, the Nikkei business
daily reported yesterday. Amazon Japan is suspected of imposing conditions on retailers such
as forcing them to sell products at a lower price if they were
also advertising on other online
shopping sites, the Nikkei said,
citing sources with knowledge
of the case. Reuters

Chinas trade performance disappoints in July


BEIJING: Chinas economy, the
worlds second largest, struggled
in July with a worse-than-expected trade performance as
imports plunged 12.5% year-onyear, Customs said yesterday.
Imports fell to US$132.4 billion
(RM533.57 billion), customs
data showed, as weaker global
commodity prices and lacklustre domestic demand weighed
on purchases. AFP

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Japans ageing emperor


hints at abdication
It will now allow govt to begin creating the necessary legal mechanism for royal departure
BY KELLY O LS E N

TOKYO: Emperor Akihito (pic)


said yesterday his advancing age
and weakening health mean he
may no longer be able to carry
out his duties, setting the stage
for Japan to prepare for an historic
abdication.
There are times when I feel
various constraints such as in my
physical fitness, the 82-year-old
said in a national address.
As we are in the midst of a rapidly ageing society, I would like
to talk to you today about what
would be a desirable role of the
emperor in a time when the emperor, too, becomes advanced in
age, he said.
Speculation about the emperors
future emerged last month with

reports he had told confidantes


that he would like to step down in
a few years, in what would be the
first abdication from the Chrysanthemum Throne in two centuries.
I am worried that it may become difficult for me to carry out
my duties as the symbol of the state
with my whole being as I have done
until now, he said, wearing a dark
suit and sitting at a table in the
pre-recorded video.
Akihito spoke obliquely never
mentioning the word abdication
and stressing he is legally prevented
from commenting on the imperial
system but analysts said his intention was clear.
The comments will now allow
the government to begin creating
the necessary legal mechanism for
a royal departure, which currently

does not exist.


Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in
a swift response to the emperors speech, said the government
would take the emperors remarks
seriously.
Considering the emperors duties, as well as his age and the burden [of the job], we have to firmly
look at what we can do, he said.
The emperor did not use the
word abdication, but his message
clearly called on the public to concretely consider the way for that in
the future, said Tomitaro Hashimoto, an assistant professor at Reitaku
University.
Legally, he cant request a revision of law, said Hashimoto, an
expert on Japans imperial system.
Thats why he cant ask directly.
AFP

S Korean MPs defy


president with
China visit
SEOUL: A group of South Korean opposition lawmakers defied
President Park Geun-Hye and
left for China yesterday to discuss the deployment of a US anti-missile system that has opened
a damaging rift between Seoul
and Beijing.
Park had urged the members of
parliament (MPs) to scrap their trip,
arguing that it would boost Chinas
opposition to the Terminal High
Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)
system and deepen divisions in
South Korea over the issue.
Seouls decision to host a
THAAD battery, to counter a growing threat from North Koreas nuclear and missile programmes, has
been condemned by China as a
threat to its own security interests
and to regional stability.
The ongoing row is threatening
to undo the substantial effort Park
has put into strengthening ties with
China, which is not only South Koreas largest trade partner but also
the key player in curbing North
Koreas nuclear ambitions.
Kim Young-Ho, one of the six
lawmakers from the main opposition Minjoo Party travelling to
Beijing, said their sole motivation
was to calm the situation.
We are visiting with the hope
of offering at least a little warmth
to the icy Seoul-Beijing ties, Kim
was quoted as saying by the Yonhap news agency before leaving
Seoul.
But Park insisted the visit
would be counterproductive and

suggested the MPs were being irresponsibly disloyal.


On a matter of national security, there should be no division
between the ruling and the opposition parties, she told a meeting
of top aides yesterday morning.
Some politicians are making
ridiculous claims that the deployment of THAAD will only offer
good excuses for North Korea to
stage more provocations an
argument that is very similar to
the Norths own views, she said
in comments published on her
official website.
THAAD has been the subject of
domestic protests in South Korea,
particularly by those living in the
rural county of Seongju where the
first battery will be installed.
Residents say the systems powerful radar poses health and environmental hazards and argue that
its presence will make them a key
military target.
Opposition parties have been
less than supportive of the deployment, although outright criticism
has largely been limited to left-leaning MPs and activists.
On Sunday, Parks office issued
a statement that chided China for
overreacting to the THAAD deployment.
We believe that China, before
taking issue with our purely defensive move, should raise the issue
more strongly with the North, the
statement said, referring to a recent
series of provocative North Korean
missile tests. AFP

IN BRIEF
Erdogan says if people
want death penalty
parties will abide
ANKARA: If the Turkish public
want the death penalty following last months failed coup then
political parties will follow their
will, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a rally in Istanbul
on Sunday. If the nation makes
such a decision [in support of
the death penalty], I believe political parties will abide by this
decision, Erdogan said during
a unity rally in Yenikapi square
in the touristic Sultanahmet district. It is the Turkish parliament
that will decide on this [death
penalty] given the sovereignty
rests with the nation ... I declare
it in advance, I will approve the
decision made by parliament,
Erdogan said. He attacked critics who said there was no death
penalty in the European Union,
of which Turkey is a candidate
nation, countering that capital
punishment is used in the US,
Japan and China. AFP

German police apprehend


disturbed man barricaded in restaurant
BERLIN: A man covered in blood
who barricaded himself in a
restaurant in Saarbruecken in
southwest Germany has been
apprehended by police in the
buildings cellar, a police spokesman said on Sunday. He said the
man seemed to be psychologically disturbed and, contrary to
earlier reports, was unarmed.
He had slight, superficial injuries and was being treated in
hospital where he will undergo
psychological evaluation, the
spokesman said. The official said
the man was an employee of the
restaurant Dubrovnik in Saarbruecken town centre. Reuters

Molotov cocktail
attack injures 15 at
Tokyo parade

SACRED RITUAL ... Devotees performing a ritual around the holy water
collected in plastic bottles from the Bagmati River as they took part in the Bol Bom
(Say Shiva) pilgrimage in Kathmandu, Nepal yesterday. The faithful, chanting the name
of Lord Shiva, ran about 15km barefooted towards Pashupatinath temple seeking good
health, wealth and happiness. Photo by Reuters

Mexico landslides leave 38 dead


as new storm forms
PUEBLA (Mexico): Landslides
triggered by Tropical Storm Earls
remnants have killed at least 38
people in Mexico, officials said on
Sunday, as a new storm threatened
the countrys Pacific coast.
A total of 28 died in central Puebla state, at least 15 of them minors,
as landslides buried several houses,
the state government said.
The other 10 died in similar circumstances in the eastern state of
Veracruz, its governor said.
In the town of Huauchinango,
the amount of rain that normally falls in a month came pouring
down in just 24 hours, the Puebla

government said.
A hill crumbled and came
sweeping down on an adjacent
village, killing 11 people including
eight minors, it said.
Governor Rafael Moreno Valle
pledged to rebuild damaged structures and posted on Twitter photos
of himself walking in mud and residents helping in clean-up efforts.
Earl swept in from the Caribbean at hurricane strength last
Wednesday, striking just south of
Belizes capital. It hit Mexico as a
storm last Thursday and eventually weakened to a tropical depression. AFP

TOKYO: Fifteen people, including a one-year-old baby girl, were


injured in a Molotov cocktail attack at a Tokyo festival parade,
officials said yesterday. Several handmade firebombs were
thrown from a nearby apartment
building when the parade passed
through a quiet residential area
on Sunday evening, police and
fire officials said. Firefighters
later found a man in his 60s who
had hanged himself in the apartment from which the bombs
were apparently thrown, the
officials said. AFP

Uzbek Airlines plane


makes emergency
landing in Russia
SAINT PETERSBURG: An Uzbekistan Airways passenger
plane was forced to make an
emergency landing at Saint Petersburg airport in northwest
Russia on Sunday after suffering
an engine failure, airport authorities said. The Boeing 757200, with 179 passengers and
10 crew members aboard, circled the airport several times to
burn off fuel before attempting
the emergency landing, Saint
Petersburg airport spokesman
Igor Laptev told AFP. AFP

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If Iran opens its oil sector,


is Saudi Arabia next?
Taking output back to levels last seen before the 1979 revolution needs the assistance of foreign firms
even with an agreed model, things
may move slowly. Baghdad approved its oil law in March 2007,
four years after the US-led invasion
that toppled Saddam Hussein. Yet
the first contract wasnt awarded
for another two-and-a-half years,
after an initial bidding round in
which no would-be investor proposed an acceptable fee. For Iran,
too, the payment requested by foreign bidders will be the big factor
in determining winners.
Once implemented, though, the
Iraq contracts helped it boost production by two million barrels a
day, or 80%, within about six years.
Plus investors in Iran wont face the
same sort of security and stability
problems as in Iraq, meaning they
may be willing to pay more from the
start. That said, uncertainty over any
potential snapback of sanctions, or
reluctance by Western banks to lend
to projects in Iran could bring their
own delays.
As I noted a couple of months
ago, if Iran is successful it will leave
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait as the only
oil producers determined to go at it
alone, as former champions of oil
nationalism have, one by one, embraced foreign investment. Will a
partial privatisation of Saudi Aramco
increase pressure for the kingdom to
follow suit? It ought to. Bloomberg

BY JU L I A N L EE

ran has taken a big step toward bringing foreign investors back into its oil and
gas sector. The experience of
neighbouring Iraq shows it
still has a long road to walk,
though if successful there may
well be a lesson here for Saudi Arabia on opening up to outside help.
Iran has restored most of the production it lost because of sanctions
imposed in 2012, confounding analysts with its speed of recovery.
Crude exports are back at two million barrels a day and the country
is slowly re-establishing itself in European markets.
But the next step taking output back to levels last seen before
the 1979 revolution needs the
assistance of foreign oil companies.
And thats much more complicated.
Earlier, Irans cabinet approved
the general terms of a contract model that will govern foreign oil and gas
investments. In doing so, it overcame
months of hostility from hardliners
in Tehran, who oppose the concessions made to get sanctions lifted.
The resolution now has to be endorsed by parliament, where it also
faces opposition.
Assuming it makes it through, the
model looks promising enough. It
reaffirms that oil and gas reserves
will remain under sovereign ownership, so no surprise there. But it
opens the way for foreign involvement in three types of project: i)

exploration leading, if successful,


to development and production;
ii) development of already discovered, but undeveloped, reserves;

20 years from the start of development, with an extra exploration period if appropriate. Enhanced oil
recovery projects may be extended
for another five years beyond that.
Payment to foreign investors will be
in cash or as a share of output at the
discretion of the National Iranian
Oil Company.
Investors are also being offered
protection from any future Opec
output reductions, remote as that
possibility may seem today. The
resolution states that non-technical
production cuts will fall on fields
and iii) using enhanced oil recov- with no repayment commitments
ery techniques to raise output from effectively, those without exter- This column does not necessarily
mature fields.
reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP
nal partners.
Contracts will be valid for up to
Iraqs experience shows that and its owners.

For DBS, its 2009 once more


BY A N DY MU KHERJE E

IN fretting over DBS Groups non-performing loans (MPLs), investors may


be ignoring a slipperier banana peel:
contingent liabilities.
When Bloomberg flagged the
risk in May, the difference between
non-performing assets (NPAs) and
NPLs for Singapores largest bank
had more than quadrupled to S$355
million (RM1.06 billion) in one
year. That was worrying enough.
But with yesterdays earnings report showing a further 67% jump
in the NPAs-NPLs gap between
March and June, the situation is
now worse than it was during the
2009 crisis.
At the time, the word from DBS
was that the bulk of the off-balancesheet credit stress had emanated
from the shock Aug 11, 2015 devaluation of the yuan. The banks clients,
expecting the Chinese currency to
keep rising forever, were sudden-

ly left holding money-losing bets.


Some were unable to bring in more
cash to cover their mark-to-market
losses. So DBS had to bump up its
own estimate of NPAs.
The banks argument back then
was that the strain would ease as
yuan derivatives started to expire
around June. If that were true, inves-

tors might now be seeing the worst of


the damage. Yet, its hard to be very
confident of that forecast, given that
the banks off-balance-sheet derivative book has shrunk by a mere 1.5%
in the past year.
Then there are undrawn credit lines, which might get triggered
just as borrowers turn desperate. In

gaporean offshore marine-services


firms, including a S$700 million exposure to the Swiber group, a provider
of construction services for oil and
gas projects that nearly drowned in
debt and is now seeking a court-supervised effort to stay afloat.
But even as DBS yesterday reported a 6% decline in net income,
more Swiber-type debacles arent
the only risk to the lenders earnings. Losses from off-balance-sheet
exposure may become another
reason that the bank must increase
its provision costs more during the
year, Daniel Tabbush wrote on research website Smartkarma. For
investors, there can be meaningful
risk here, warns the former CLSA
banking analyst.
Those who expressed relief by
bidding DBS shares higher after the
results would do well to watch their
step. Bloomberg

March, DBS could unconditionally


cancel 83% of those commitments.
That has now slipped to a little above
81%, even as the commitments themselves have inched up to S$221.6
billion.
DBS has hogged the limelight in This column does not necessarily rethe past couple of weeks for the un- flect the opinion of Bloomberg LP
ravelling of its outsize loans to Sin- and its owners.

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RIO OLYMPIC GAMES

Medals
GOLD

RANKING

TOTAL

1 United States

12

2 China

3 Australia

4 Italy

5 South Korea

6 Hungary

7 Russia

8 Great Britain

8 Sweden

10 Japan

11 Chinese Taipei

11 Thailand

13 Argentina

13 Belgium

13 Kosovo

13 Netherlands

13 Vietnam

18 Canada

18 Kazakhstan

20 Brazil

20 Denmark

20 France

20 Indonesia

20 New Zealand

20 North Korea

20 Philippines

20 South Africa

28 Uzbekistan

29 Greece

29 Poland

29 Spain

Source: AFP

Chinese lifter
smashes 16-yearold world record
BY PET ER H U TC HISON

RIO DE JANEIRO: Chinese weightlifter Long Qingquan broke a 16-yearold world record and North Korean
Om Yun-Chols heart on Sunday,
taking a second career Olympic gold
in the mens 56kg category in Rio.
Long lifted a combined total
of 307kg to break a record dating
back to the 2000 Sydney Games and
end Oms four-year dominance of
the mens lightest weight category.
Its been my dream to break this
record since 2008. Its really hard,
all the days and years Ive spent
thinking about it, but Ive done it
and Im so happy, said Long.
The 25-year-old, who won gold
in Beijing eight years ago, dramatically set a new Olympic record of
170kg with his last attempt in the
clean and jerk, pipping defending
champion Om into second place.
The Chinese star earlier raised
137kg above his head in the snatch as
he and Om went toe to toe in a fierce
battle that wowed the 6,000-capacity
crowd at the Riocentro Pavilion 2.
Long did not compete in London
and said it had been difficult to prepare for his second tilt at glory in Rio.
Id like dedicate this medal to
my baby who is going to be born
soon, he said,smiling. AFP

Swim legend
Phelps grabs glory
31-year-old is the most decorated Olympian of all time
BY ROB WOLLARD & REBECCA BRYAN

RIO DE JANEIRO: US swimming


legend Michael Phelps returns to
the hunt for more Olympic glory
as swimmer Yuliya Efimova opens
her campaign to restore Russias
battered pride.
Phelps earned adulation on
Sunday when he extended his record gold medal tally on a day of
Olympic drama that saw world records, a first title for Kosovo and a
heart-stopping crash.
Phelps, the most decorated
Olympian of all time, inspired the
US to victory in the 4x100m freestyle
relay before starting his personal
campaign yesterday.
For two-time doping offender
Efimova, the situation could hardly
be more different. She was jeered
in the heats and will be going for
medal honours in the 100m womens breaststroke with more verbal
abuse likely to accompany her efforts.
Tempers frayed at the Rio Olympic swimming competition on
Sunday as athletes tore into the
24-year-old Efimova after she won
her breaststroke semi-final.

The Russian, who was cleared to


compete in Rio after a convoluted
drugs case, triggered a chorus of
boos when she was introduced and
after the race as rival swimmers
made their feelings known in no
uncertain terms.
But it was a day of unadulterated
delight for Phelps, the 31-year-old
who has now won 19 gold medals
after the relay win ahead of defending champions France in silver, with
Australia third.
Phelps, who came out of retirement for one last crack at the
Olympics, was in the 200m butterfly heats yesterday having seen
the relay display cap a superb night
of swimming with three world records broken.

Katie Ledecky obliterated


her own world best in the 400m
freestyle on her way to gold. The
19-year-old touched the wall in
three minutes 56.46 seconds, taking nearly two seconds off her previous record.
Ledecky is bidding to become
the first Olympian since Debbie
Meyer in 1968 to win the 200m,
400m and 800m free in the same
Games.
Britains Adam Peaty took more
than 1.5 second off the mens 100m
breaststroke world record after Swedens Sarah Sjostrom also broke the
record in the womens race.
The spellbinding action in the
pool brought the curtain down on
an intense day of sport with 14 gold
medals shared out.
Among the most popular winners was the hard-as-nails judoka
Majlinda Kelmendi from Kosovo,
taking part in its first Games after
only gaining Olympic status in 2014.
The 25-year-old sank to her
knees in tears after out-grappling
Italys Odette Giuffrida to win by
yuko in the womens 52kg final.
Kosovo is the 100th country to
win an Olympic gold medal. AFP

Biles lives up to star billing in Rio


BY EM M ELI NE M O O RE

RIO DE JANEIRO: Simone Biles


lived up to her star billing with a
record haul of five Olympic gold
medals in sight as the US womens
gymnastics team crushed their rivals in the Rio Olympics qualifying
on Sunday.
The 19-year-old led a US 1-2-3 in
the all-around ahead of teammates
Aly Raisman, 22, and Gabby Douglas, 20, but the two-per-country rule
meant Douglas will not be able to
defend her title on Thursday.
Its super nerve-racking, but
since we got it (qualifying) out of
the way, were ready for the team
final, said 10-time world champion
Biles of her first Olympics.
We didnt let the pressure of the
Olympics get to us; today (Sunday)
we made everyone proud.

The dynamic Texan scored


62.366 points after the four rotations with Raisman on 60.607, and
Douglas just behind on 60.131.
Biles, the reigning three-time allaround world champion, scored
highest on vault (16.050), beam
(15.633) and floor (15.733), where
she finished ahead of London Olympics gold medallist Raisman (15.275).
The only final she will not compete in is the uneven bars where
teammate Madison Kocian led the
way (15.866).
We hit 16 for 16 (routines). I
finally did a routine that I do in
practice, so I was super excited
about that, said Biles as the US
team nailed all their rotations without a major error.
It felt incredible, and every one
of us qualified for an event final.
She started on floor with a rou-

tine of mesmerising high-speed


acrobatics and tumbling including
her signature move the Biles
tumbling a layout full-out.
She followed on the vault with
her first effort a soaring Amanar
a back handspring with a layout
with two-and-half twists to lead
North Koreas Hong Un Jong, the
2008 Olympic champion.
The world champions third rotation uneven bars was solid
and she finished off in style again
on the beam.
Douglas had been bidding to become the first woman since 1968 to
win back-to-back all-around gold.
But she will compete in the team
and uneven bars finals, along with
Kocian who led the way on the apparatus ahead of London Games
gold medallist Aliya Mustafina of
Russia. AFP

Surprise in Philippines at first medal in 20 years


MANILA: Hidilyn Diaz sprung a
major surprise in the Philippines
by winning a weightlifting silver
medal in Rio the countrys first
Olympic medal for 20 years, officials said yesterday.
Sports analysts in the Philippines
had not expected the 1.54m-tall
Diaz to bag a medal at the 2016

Games after coming up empty in


the 2008 and 2012 Games.
We had high hopes with other
sports. So [Cruzs medal] is a surprise. A lot of people didnt expect
she would take a medal, said Ronel
Abrenica, executivedirector of the
Philippine Sports Commission.
But Abrenica said he noticed

something from the 25-year-old,


who became the first woman
from the Philippines ever to win
an Olympic medal.
I was watching her before. I saw
her sincerity and determination. You
could see it in the way she talks. She
was determined to win. She had the
fire in the belly, he said. AFP

IN BRIEF
Williams sisters suer
rst Games doubles loss
RIO DE JANEIRO: Serena and
Venus Williams were deposed
as Olympic Games womens
doubles champions on Sunday, their hopes of a fourth gold
dashed by Lucie Safarova and
Barbora Strycova in the first
round. It was the sisters first
loss as a doubles team at the
Games, having won 15 previous matches together, taking
the title in 2000, 2008 and 2012.
Just a day after 36-year-old Venus, suffering from a virus and
stomach complaint, was beaten
in the singles, the top-seeded
sisters slumped to a 6-3, 6-4
defeat against the experienced
Czech pair. Venus said she and
Serena will now focus on the US
Open later this month. AFP

Portuguese govt minister


mugged in Rio reports
RIO DE JANEIRO: Portugals
education minister has been
mugged in an upscale Rio district, media reports and police
in the Olympics host city said
on Sunday. The tourist division of the civil police said in a
statement that a minister of a
foreign state was attacked on
Saturday in Ipanema. A 26-yearold man was arrested along the
beach front and the victims belongings were returned to him,
the statement said. Portuguese
newspaper DN reported on its
website that Education Minister
Tiago Brandao Rodrigues was
assaulted at knifepoint by two
men demanding his money
and cell phone. AFP

Del Potro sends Djokovic


o in tears
RIO DE JANEIRO: World No 1
Novak Djokovic was reduced
to tears after suffering a shock
first round 7-6(4) 7-6(2) loss
to Argentinas Juan Martin del
Potro in the mens Olympic
tennis tournament on Sunday. The 27-year-old Argentine crunched 29 forehand winners in comparison with just
seven by Djokovic, who lost
a bronze medal match to Del
Porto at the London Olympics
four years ago. Del Potro, who
was once ranked fourth-highest in the world, said: I felt
once again I had the capability
to play against the best in the
world. Reuters

Thai winners grandma


dies celebrating win
BANGKOK: The 84-year-old
grandmother of a Thai Olympic bronze medal winner collapsed and died yesterday while
celebrating the weightlifters
success in Rio, police said. The
octogenarian was watching a
live broadcast of her 20-year-old
grandson, Sinphet Kruaithong,
take third place in the 56kg division. The initial assumption is
that she died from heart failure
but we have to wait for the
hospitals result, said Somwang
Prangprakoan, a police officer
in northeastern Surin province.
Im not sure if she was too excited, or if maybe she was already
ill, he added. AFP

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Dutch cyclist
in intensive
care after
horror crash
RIO DE JANEIRO: Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten laid
helpless in intensive care after
suffering three cracked vertebrae in a stomach-churning
high-speed crash while leading
the Olympic womens road race.
The 33-year-old was 10km
from Olympic gold when she
tumbled over her handlebars
and crashed into a concrete
curb on a tricky descent that
some have said was too dangerous for the Games.
She was expected to spend at
least 24 hours in intensive care
in a Rio hospital before doctors
decide the next steps.
The Dutch Cycling Federation initially said she was conscious and had been taken to
hospital.
Heavy concussion and
three small fractures in her
lumbar spine. She continues
24 hours in ic (intensive care),
the federation said on Twitter.
The federation added that
she was conscious and speaking.
Dutch teammate Anna van
der Breggen won the race but
spoke of her shock at riding
past her stricken teammate and
then deciding to take on the
race leaders.
It really shook me when I
saw Annemiek crashed in the
road, said the new champion.
Annemiek was leading but
I realised I was now first in the
team so I had to chase. I did it
also for Annemiek.
The crash happened on the
Vista Chinesa, the same descent where the leaders of the
mens race were wiped out on
Saturday.
There has been widespread
criticism of the road. It is an
absolutely incredibly dangerous
course, said Britains Olympic
champion Victoria Pendleton.
Chris Boardman, the 1992
Olympic champion, also condemned the course as dangerous.
But cyclings governing
body, the UCI, insisted great
care had been taken for the
race.
The Rio 2016 road race
course was carefully designed
and was extensively tested at
the test event and in training,
the governing body said in a
statement. AFP

China paper calls


Australia offshore
prison in drug row
Swimmer Mark Horton refers to Sun Yang as a cheat
BEIJING: Chinese state-run media
blasted Australian swimmer Mack
Horton as immoral and his nation as
a former offshore prison yesterday,
after he referred to home-grown star
Sun Yang as a drug cheat.
Horton dethroned Sun as the
400m freestyle Olympic champion
at the weekend, prompting the Chinese athlete to break down in tears.
Before the confrontation in the
pool, Horton was asked how he felt
about doping violators Sun and South
Korean Park Tae-Hwan competing at
the Games, and responded: I dont
have time or respect for drug cheats.
Sun is a popular hero in China,
despite his repeated brushes with
controversy which include serving

a drug suspension in secret in 2014


and the comments lit up nationalistic sentiment online and in print.
The Global Times newspaper,
which is close to the ruling Communist party, published an op-ed
yesterday under a pen name associated with its chief editor blasting
Hortons cynical smugness.
Australia should feel embarrassed
by the swimmers disgraceful victory, it said.
Thousands of social media users
also demanded Horton say sorry,
posting with the hashtag #SunYangDontCry on Chinas Twitter-like Weibo service after footage of Sun sobbing uncontrollably in the media
zone went viral.

But Australian media staunchly


defended the defiant Horton. The
front page of Sydneys Daily Telegraph yesterday led with the headline Clean Machine over an image
of the swimmer and his gold medal,
adding that our superman shows
the world how to smash drug cheats.
The Australian Olympic Committee also stood by the gold medallist,
saying in a statement: He has spoken
out in support of clean athletes. This
is something he feels strongly about
and good luck to him.
Suns three-month doping ban in
2014 for taking a banned stimulant
he said was for a heart complaint
was only announced after he had
completed it. AFP

Our Rio stars are out of line,


flag furious China
BEIJING: Most of the five stars on the
Chinese flags being used at medal
ceremonies at the Rio Olympics are
misaligned, officials said, prompting
a diplomatic protest and online fury.
Chinese Internet users were
quick to detect a plot against the
worlds most populous country,
which came second in the medals
table at London 2012, and branded
the Brazilian organisers the worst
ever.
The Chinese flag features one
large star representing the Communist Party half surrounded by
four smaller stars tilted to point towards the centre of the bigger one.
But the small stars on the Rio
flags, including the one lifted by
Chinese fencer Lei Sheng at the
opening ceremony last Friday, all
pointed upwards.
The official design is intended
to symbolises the four classes
workers, farmers, urban petty bourgeoisie and national bourgeoisie, as
defined by Mao Zedong in a 1949

China flag flap


Chinese internet users outraged by wrong flags seen at the Olympics
Good stars

Bad stars

Four smaller stars should


be tilted to point toward
the centre of the
bigger one
36 degrees
Source: http://www.protocol.gov.hk

book supporting the Communist


leadership.
Chinas consulate-general in Rio
de Janeiro said in a social media
posting yesterday that it had made
a formal complaint to the Brazilian

organising committee.
The organisers apologised for
the mistake and will contact the
manufacturer to correct it, it added,
denying reports that the flag maker
was a Chinese firm. AFP

Kenya promise inquiry into doping bribe allegations


NAIROBI: Kenyas anti-doping agency (Adak) promised on Sunday allegations into a report their athletics
manager Michael Rotich sought a
doping bribe would be fully investigated.
The Sunday Times newspaper
and German television channel ARD
filmed Rotich allegedly demanding
10,000 (RM52,628) for agreeing to

give a warning when doping tests


would be carried out.
Naturally, we will launch investigations to find out the truth
about the matter, Adak President
Japhter Rugut told AFP. But he expressed concern about the timing
of the publication of the report after
filming was carried out in January.
The International Olympics Com-

mittee later said that Rotich had


been recalled.
This had been denied, however, by Athletics Kenya spokesman
Evans Bosire.
In the media interview, Rotich
explained to journalists posing as a
coach and agent how their athletes
could avoid doping controls.
He is also alleged to have prom-

ised to alert them 12 hours before a


doping test in return for cash.
Kenyas sports minister Hassan
Wario denounced the journalists
behind the story.
The Kenyan government only
this week passed anti-doping legislation so that the World Anti-Doping Agency could take Kenya off its
non-compliant list. AFP

IN BRIEF
Mourinho: Pogba can be
worlds best at Man Utd
LONDON: Paul Pogba can fulfil his dream of becoming the
worlds best player by returning
to his former club Manchester
United, his manager-in-waiting Jose Mourinho declared
on Sunday. Pogba, 23, is close
to returning to Old Trafford for
a reported world-record fee of
89 million (RM468.83 million)
after United and Juventus confirmed he was due to undergo
a medical. I think United is
the perfect club to bring him
to the level that he wants to
be, Mourinho said after United beat Leicester City 2-1 at
Wembley in the season-opening Community Shield. United confirmed the news with a
short statement on their club
website saying the medical
would enable Pogba to finalise his transfer from Juventus
to Manchester United. AFP

West Ham sign French


left back Masuaku
LONDON: West Ham United have signed French left
back Arthur Masuaku from
Olympiakos on a four-year
contract, the Premier League
club announced yesterday. The
22-year-old, capped by France
at Under-19 level, will help provide cover for Aaron Cresswell,
who has been ruled out for up
to four months with a knee injury. West Ham did not disclose the transfer fee, but Jack
Sullivan, son of co-chairman
David Sullivan, said on Twitter
that the club had paid 6 million (RM31.6 million) to sign
Masuaku. Its a big honour
for me to be part of this club,
Masuaku told West Hams official website. AFP

Taiwans Hsieh out of Rio


after fallout
RIO DE JANEIRO: Taiwans
Hsieh Su-wei withdrew from
the Olympics on Sunday before
she had hit a ball following a bitter row with her federation. The
30-year-old had been involved
in a long-running feud with Taiwan tennis officials. The Taiwan
Tennis Federation confirmed to
us that Hsieh Su-wei was being
withdrawn from the Olympics,
an International Tennis Federation spokesman told AFP. Her
place in the singles draw from
was taken by Lucie Hradecka of
the Czech Republic, who was to
face Denmarks Caroline Wozniacki on Sunday. AFP

Mancini leaving Inter on


mutual agreement
MILAN: Inter Milan said yesterday its coach Roberto Mancini is leaving, citing a mutual
agreement amid media reports
the Serie A clubs new Chinese
owners decided fresh blood is
needed to rejuvenate the team.
FC Internazionale Milano confirms that it has parted company with head coach Roberto
Mancini by mutual agreement,
the club said in a statement.
Mancini is tipped in the media
to be replaced by Dutch coach
Frank de Boer. AFP

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Rooms at the Sojourn


Guest House are
tastefully outtted to
exude a homely feel.

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WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

LEARN more about the serious issue of human tracking by watching the performance,
SK!N, at Art Printing Works (APW) tonight.
Brought to you by TerryandTheCuz and Australian choreographer Ashley Dyer, this interactive and participatory piece of theatre
will take audiences on an experiential journey
into the world of human tracking and the
awful practises of modern-day slave trade.
Tickets are priced at RM80 with RM10 from
each ticket sale going to local human rights
organisation Tenaganita. The performance
starts at 7pm tonight and runs until Aug 13.
APW is located at 29 Jalan Riong, Bangsar,
Kuala Lumpur. For more information, visit
www.facebook.com/TerryandTheCuz.

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HEAD to Ilham Gallery to view Era Mahathir.


The exhibition explores the Mahathir era from
1981 to 2003, which saw Malaysias transformation from an agrarian to industrial nation.
The exhibition serves as social commentary
addressing events from the Asian Economic
Crisis to the Reformasi movement of 1998. On
view are 40 pieces of art work from 28 Malaysian artists including Anurendra Jegadeva,
Zulkili Yuso and Liew Kung Yu. The exhibition runs until Nov 20 and admission is
free. Ilham Gallery is located at Level 3 and
5, Ilham Tower, 8 Jalan Binjai, Kuala Lumpur.
Find out more at www.ilhamgallery.com.

CATCH PJ Live Arts weekly comedy show,


One Mic Stand. This weeks edition will be
hosted by Brian Tan featuring Jason Leong, Sundeep Singh and Saiful Freezailah.
The comedy night promises to provide raw
unadulterated comedy and gives emerging
comedians a platform to test out their new
material. Tickets are priced at RM15. One Mic
Stand starts at 9pm. PJ Live Arts is located
at Jaya One, Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya.
For enquiries, call (03) 7960 0439.

successfully converted into commercial lots.


To date, the company owns 28 branches
throughout Malaysia and a further 32 are
run by franchisees.
I believe in anyones life, there is a turning
point. It was in 2006 when we noticed that in
many developed countries Korea, Japan,
Taiwan a lot of doctors had gone into this
facial line, like Dr Ko here, Low explains. We
BY S U ANN QUAH
saw this as an upcoming challenge and we
ts a love story for the ages the tale of can do something to get ourselves prepared,
how a young banker, CK Low, manag- otherwise when the doctors come, we would
ing director of Skin Essentials, which be wiped out. This was one of the reasons for
owns the well-known HerbaLine Fa- changing our business model.
cial Spa chain, met his wife. She was
Eager to keep innovating on their wina beautician working at a parlour, and ning model, Low turned a dilemma into a
so besotted was he that he faithfully spent brand new business venture when he tried to
all his weekends helping her out at the
rent a corner shop lot in Pandan
store. Then one day, the couple
Indah, Cheras. The owner
asked themselves, Why not
of the three-storey shop
start our own facial spa?
lot was reluctant to let
The rest is history.
out only two floors
What started out as
to Low, and insista mini beauty salon
ed that he rent all
located within a hair
three floors. So
salon quickly grew
Low thought,
into various parlours
why not start a
in shopping malls
brand new conoffering their own
cept in order to
range of made-infully utilise the
Taiwan beauty prodspace? He ended
ucts. Then, almost a
up renting not only
decade ago, Low heard
the corner lot, but
the inspiring story of how
also the lot next door,
McDonalds actually made
transforming the space
their profits not from selling burginto one massive three-stoers, but from purchasing, sellrey building.
ing and renting out properties Mama Kim Sauna Mee serves
Within this building
across the US.
lies the Mama Kim Sauna
healthy dishes based on the 80%
It was a lightbulb moment, vegetables, 20% meat concept.
Mee caf, which serves a
and the HerbaLine brand soon
variety of healthy dishes
found its niche in the trendy, modern spa based on the 80% vegetables, 20% meat
arena housed in homes located along busy concept. The chefs do not use preservatives
streets that were easily converted into busi- or MSG and rely instead on the natural flanesses. Today, HerbaLine not only sells its vours of fish, vegetables and meat to create
own brand of facial products and offers a delicious meals.
variety of spa services, the company also
The building also houses the HerbaLine
owns an array of properties in the Klang Facial Spa and the brand new Sojourn Guest
Valley that were once residential but now House, which functions as a relaxing getaway

Low: We always try to price our services and


products in the middle range.

for those unwilling to venture far out of the


city to enjoy a laid-back weekend.
We always try to price our services and
products in the middle range. My wife, Kim,
and I dont come from rich backgrounds. We
like to go for a nice holiday at resorts such
as The W and The Four Seasons. But how
many people can afford it? Why is the good
stuff only available to rich people? Its not
fair. So we went to the best hotels to conduct
our R&D, and figure out why they won these
spa awards, says Low.
Low then brought the exclusive experience of top spa hotels around the world to
his customers at drastically reduced rates.
The rooms are tastefully decorated to exude
a homely feel whilst emanating a certain
level of quality, and are priced from RM98
to RM168 per night.
For Low, the sky is truly the limit. The
company is planning to open several
similiar staycation concept facilities
such as this one, based on the slogan
Live Well, Look Well, Eat Well, where
city dwellers can enjoy a getaway close to
home, be pampered and savour healthy
yet scrumptious cuisine.

Markets 2 5

TU E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2 016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia

YEAR
HIGH

Sectorial Movement
INDICES

CLOSE

+/-

%CHG

INDICES

CLOSE

+/-

%CHG
-0.14

KLSE COMPOSITE

1,672.68

8.64

0.52

TECHNOLOGY

21.99

-0.03

KLSE INDUSTRIAL

3,150.11

29.83

0.96

FTSE BURSA 100

11,436.43

58.34

13,458.93

66.04

0.49

0.51

CONSUMER PRODUCT

612.69

3.66

0.60

FTSE BURSA MID 70

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT

141.91

0.33

0.23

FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP

15,424.21

67.18

0.44

CONSTRUCTION

287.70

2.83

0.99

FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING

15,824.06

12.33

0.08

TRADE & SERVICES

227.67

1.41

0.62

FTSE BURSA EMAS

11,736.72

59.36

0.51

14,347.59

79.83

0.56

FTSE BUR MSIA ACE

5,484.28

64.10

1.18

KLSE FINANCIAL
KLSE PROPERTY

1,171.02

-1.00

-0.09

FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH

12,355.83

64.03

0.52

KLSE PLANTATION

7,674.03

-22.68

-0.29

FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH

13,817.40

90.44

0.66

482.29

4.05

0.85

9,585.86

113.09

1.19

KLSE MINING

FTSE/ASEAN 40

Bursa Malaysia Main Market


YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.824 0.533 0.780
4.221 3.350 3.900
15.020 5.327 15.000
0.360 0.210

6.320 4.052 6.200


1.670 0.890 0.890
5.299 2.977 4.110
63.357 40.235 51.960
0.080 0.035 0.040
0.910 0.550 0.585
1.870 0.880 1.680
0.660 0.427 0.535
0.400 0.230 0.340
15.180 10.731 15.000
0.639 0.351 0.565
2.684 1.970 2.100
1.970 0.478 1.310
3.290 1.670 2.680
0.075 0.025 0.040
2.417 1.980 2.010
1.630 1.010 1.630
0.175 0.065 0.085
0.075 0.040 0.060
0.965 0.765

65.980 43.275 65.360


0.165 0.065 0.090
0.265 0.065 0.070
0.240 0.165 0.210
0.460 0.190 0.260
2.556 1.651

0.325 0.210 0.215


0.940 0.640 0.790
27.000 16.547 24.500
0.940 0.475 0.710
1.108 0.990 0.990
1.207 0.376 0.835
0.966 0.553 0.770
1.640 0.720 0.885
2.738 2.054

1.200 0.930

0.115 0.010

18.400 11.735 18.100


9.550 4.329 9.550
1.196 0.860 0.915
0.515 0.370 0.400
5.280 2.850

1.416 1.049 1.320


0.590 0.340 0.560
2.378 1.760 2.190
1.420 0.753 1.180
0.995 0.510 0.575
3.160 2.130 2.470
3.965 2.280 3.700
0.205 0.025 0.080
0.910 0.560 0.745
2.540 1.742

1.180 0.920

0.110 0.035 0.075


8.100 4.950 5.250
9.750 2.950 9.680
0.355 0.250 0.285
3.325 1.960 3.080
0.885 0.700 0.745
1.854 1.330 1.480
4.585 2.374 3.980
0.110 0.020 0.045
1.560 1.141 1.560
1.040 0.810

1.244 1.033

5.120 4.382 5.080


0.105 0.025

1.626 1.084

81.800 69.091 79.680


3.350 2.125 3.200
0.200 0.080 0.095
0.370 0.220 0.265
1.079 0.614 0.875
0.753 0.370 0.385
0.060 0.040 0.055
2.550 1.834 2.450
7.043 6.294 6.650
2.840 1.212 2.840
39.920 19.941 37.700
1.120 0.587 1.120
0.390 0.200 0.345
0.885 0.275 0.445
1.120 0.700 0.745
0.229 0.123 0.160
0.580 0.402 0.500
2.043 1.373 1.700
16.784 14.079 16.380
0.614 0.458 0.535
2.077 1.348 1.460
0.749 0.440 0.705
2.896 1.897 2.390
4.650 3.662 4.420
1.650 1.340

1.438 1.150 1.170


0.500 0.270 0.320
1.250 0.550 1.200
1.430 0.550 0.605
0.120 0.055 0.065
2.450 0.890 2.020
1.381 0.704 1.000
0.055 0.035 0.045
0.405 0.130 0.285
2.750 1.671 2.440
1.505 0.723 1.350
0.745 0.365 0.560
0.450 0.280 0.355
2.935 1.860 1.950
1.406 0.346 1.330
1.702 1.031 1.200
1.610 1.184

0.560 0.435

0.510 0.170 0.450


9.770 4.880 5.860
2.332 1.468 2.070
1.008 0.417 0.880
0.098 0.035 0.035
0.655 0.390

0.607 0.120 0.135


2.367 1.404 2.320
0.965 0.190 0.965
1.370 0.787 1.310
2.886 2.105 2.200
1.873 1.335 1.390
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
1.460 0.888 1.400
0.160 0.090 0.095
0.590 0.470

0.330 0.260

1.010 0.650

* Volume Weighted Average Price

DAY
LOW
0.760
3.750
14.400

6.160
0.890
4.060
50.100
0.035
0.580
1.660
0.520
0.330
14.760
0.550
2.080
1.300
2.650
0.035
1.990
1.580
0.075
0.045

63.900
0.085
0.065
0.200
0.255

0.215
0.790
24.000
0.680
0.990
0.835
0.770
0.875

18.020
9.440
0.895
0.400

1.300
0.525
2.140
1.150
0.560
2.430
3.660
0.070
0.740

0.075
5.200
9.500
0.285
3.000
0.730
1.400
3.950
0.030
1.460

5.050

79.020
3.170
0.090
0.260
0.855
0.370
0.050
2.400
6.590
2.750
35.000
1.050
0.300
0.445
0.710
0.160
0.495
1.660
16.060
0.510
1.450
0.690
2.370
4.400

1.170
0.315
1.200
0.595
0.065
2.000
0.990
0.045
0.285
2.430
1.350
0.555
0.355
1.950
1.320
1.190

0.440
5.760
2.070
0.880
0.035

0.125
2.290
0.940
1.280
2.200
1.380
1.360
0.095

CODE

7120
7090
2658
7051
6432
7722
7129
4162
7243
9288
7174
7154
7128
2836
7035
7148
9423
2828
5188
7205
7202
5214
7179
7119
3026
7198
7182
5091
9091
7149
7208
7094
3689
9776
2755
8605
9172
5102
5606
5606PA
5187
3255
3301
5160
7213
7141
5024
8478
5107
7152
8931
5247
7216
8303
6203
7062
0002
5172
7006
9385
8079
7089
7126
7085
7087
5189
3662
7935
5886
5202
5150
3921
4707
7060
7139
7215
5066
7071
7071PA
7107
4006
7052
3719
5022
9407
6068
5231
4081
5080
7088
4065
7190
8966
7134
7237
7084
9946
5252
5157
7180
7165
7165PA
7412
7246
8532
7943
7103
7186
7082
7211
4405
7200
7252
9369
7230
7176
4588
7757
7203
5156
7121
5155
5584
7184
5159
7178
5131
0012
7086
7061
7131
7191

COUNTER

ACOSTEC
AHEALTH
AJI
AMTEK
APOLLO
ASIABRN
ASIAFLE
BAT
BIOOSMO
BONIA
CAB
CAELY
CAMRES
CARLSBG
CCK
CCMDBIO
CHEEWAH
CIHLDG
CNOUHUA
COCOLND
CSCENIC
CSL
DBE
DEGEM
DLADY
DPS
EKA
EKOWOOD
EMICO
ENGKAH
EURO
EUROSP
F&N
FARMBES
FCW
FFHB
FPI
GCB
GOLDIS
GOLDIS-PA
HBGLOB
HEIM
HLIND
HOMERIZ
HOVID
HUATLAI
HUPSENG
HWATAI
IQGROUP
JAYCORP
JERASIA
KAREX
KAWAN
KFM
KHEESAN
KHIND
KOTRA
KSTAR
LATITUD
LAYHONG
LEESK
LIIHEN
LONBISC
LTKM
MAGNI
MAXWELL
MFLOUR
MILUX
MINTYE
MSM
MSPORTS
MWE
NESTLE
NHFATT
NICE
NIHSIN
NTPM
OCR
OCR-PA
OFI
ORIENT
PADINI
PANAMY
PAOS
PARAGON
PCCS
PELIKAN
PMCORP
POHKONG
POHUAT
PPB
PPG
PRLEXUS
PWF
PWROOT
QL
REX
SASBADI
SAUDEE
SERNKOU
SGB
SGB-PA
SHH
SIGN
SINOTOP
SNC
SPRITZER
SWSCAP
SYF
TAFI
TCHONG
TEKSENG
TEOSENG
TGL
TOMEI
TPC
UMW
UPA
WANGZNG
XDL
XIANLNG
XINQUAN
YEELEE
YEN
YOCB
YSPSAH
ZHULIAN
3A
ABLEGRP
ABRIC
ACME
ADVENTA

CLOSING
(RM)
0.760
3.900
14.500
0.210
6.160
0.890
4.110
51.960
0.040
0.580
1.680
0.525
0.330
15.000
0.550
2.090
1.310
2.680
0.040
1.990
1.600
0.085
0.050
0.835
64.000
0.090
0.065
0.210
0.255
2.000
0.215
0.790
24.040
0.710
0.990
0.835
0.770
0.880
2.560
1.020
0.040
18.080
9.550
0.905
0.400
4.250
1.300
0.540
2.140
1.170
0.575
2.460
3.700
0.080
0.745
2.000
1.040
0.075
5.240
9.600
0.285
3.060
0.735
1.450
3.950
0.035
1.550
0.990
1.050
5.080
0.035
1.380
79.640
3.170
0.090
0.265
0.860
0.375
0.050
2.410
6.590
2.830
36.040
1.080
0.345
0.445
0.745
0.160
0.495
1.690
16.380
0.535
1.450
0.690
2.390
4.420
1.520
1.170
0.315
1.200
0.600
0.065
2.010
0.995
0.045
0.285
2.440
1.350
0.560
0.355
1.950
1.330
1.190
1.310
0.455
0.445
5.860
2.070
0.880
0.035
0.430
0.135
2.310
0.960
1.310
2.200
1.380
1.370
0.095
0.505
0.265
0.720

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

-0.020
124
UNCH
1.6
UNCH
23.7

UNCH
2.3
-0.010
1
0.060
6.7
1.760
144.5
0.005 1370.3
UNCH
677.8
UNCH
125.7
-0.010
445.5
UNCH
60
0.260
109.7
-0.010
29
0.060
10.7
-0.040
59.6
0.040
6
0.005
512
UNCH 1056.6
0.020
201.9
0.005 3758.7
UNCH 76390.6

UNCH
9.2
UNCH
320.4
-0.005
326.5
UNCH
78
0.005
590

-0.005
200
UNCH
30
-0.460
540
0.030
74.6
UNCH
2.1
UNCH
19
UNCH
23
-0.005
141.2

0.080
60.8
0.090
99.7
-0.010 1344.6
UNCH
284.2

-0.010
400.1
0.015
54.2
UNCH
162.6
UNCH
274.7
0.025
43.5
0.040
682.4
UNCH
157.6
UNCH
28.6
0.005
5

UNCH
2905
UNCH
12.4
-0.060
7.1
-0.005
170
-0.020
819.5
-0.010
413.9
-0.010
10
UNCH
44.2
0.015 7327.1
0.080 2552.7

UNCH
327.5

-0.040
1
0.030
47.5
-0.005
130
UNCH
183.4
-0.015
506.8
-0.005 3585.6
-0.005 1274.2
0.010
161.1
-0.080
54.3
0.080
310.4
-1.660
45.2
0.010
384.4
0.035
22.1
UNCH
5
UNCH
33.5
UNCH
98.5
-0.010
23
0.040
969.3
0.200
319.8
0.025
5.4
-0.020
63.9
-0.010
472
UNCH
261.8
UNCH
618.9

-0.020
50.2
-0.005
204
UNCH
3
0.005 3448.8
UNCH
130
UNCH
51.6
0.015
390.1
-0.005
21
UNCH
74.7
0.010
9
0.010
6.9
0.005
160.3
0.010
20
0.010
9.7
UNCH
786.8
-0.010
187

0.010
53.5
0.070
1300
-0.030
1.5
-0.005
5
UNCH
360

0.015 1504.4
0.020
169.1
0.005 1920.1
0.020
41.2
UNCH
4
0.010
4

0.767
3.844
14.559

6.174
0.890
4.068
51.090
0.035
0.580
1.665
0.524
0.334
14.922
0.559
2.096
1.304
2.675
0.035
2.000
1.608
0.082
0.052

64.384
0.085
0.067
0.202
0.255

0.215
0.790
24.138
0.696
0.990
0.835
0.770
0.881

18.056
9.463
0.902
0.400

1.308
0.533
2.167
1.164
0.567
2.453
3.697
0.071
0.741

0.075
5.225
9.556
0.285
3.039
0.735
1.448
3.968
0.038
1.514

5.050

79.592
3.177
0.093
0.264
0.860
0.380
0.052
2.422
6.612
2.819
36.390
1.086
0.303
0.445
0.721
0.160
0.497
1.683
16.275
0.533
1.451
0.697
2.373
4.420

1.170
0.318
1.200
0.601
0.065
2.011
0.994
0.045
0.285
2.439
1.350
0.560
0.355
1.950
1.326
1.200

0.442
5.788
2.070
0.880
0.035

0.132
2.298
0.955
1.292
2.200
1.385

13.64
12.83
21.61

16.55

10.25
21.98

18.59
13.21
8.14
9.73
19.80
12.33
12.74
7.01
14.64

13.97
14.88
1.49

15.94
25.95
180.00

6.68
43.29
30.28
164.58
22.45

36.26
10.32
10.31
10.95
14.58

20.56
13.32
9.15
19.32
10.74
18.87
22.22
8.99
8.99
7.84
36.07
24.12

14.81
9.91
24.24

6.60
146.56
10.40
8.11
7.63
16.20
7.83

25.75
319.35
20.83
13.55

29.95
10.01
50.00
28.80
16.54

22.71
14.37
15.75
14.92
37.63
8.87

21.33
51.56
8.11
18.24
16.16
7.62
15.54
16.51
28.70

21.04

33.99

6.82
14.09
50.00

12.49
24.46
9.51

112.72
10.33
12.95
19.85

23.54

9.31
10.65
38.89

1.01
11.74

11.68
12.05
14.29

3.29
2.82
2.33

4.87
0.56
3.89
4.93

3.24

1.90

4.80
2.73
4.55
1.53

3.71
6.25

2.99
1.56

3.25

2.60

1.52
1.20
9.09

0.78
3.92

3.04
3.35
4.97
2.50

3.08

4.67
3.42

0.68
0.68

3.50

2.29

4.36

2.76
2.03

2.58

4.76
5.12

0.96
3.01
3.47

1.89
0.93

1.76
2.73
3.53
3.86
2.31

2.02
2.37
1.53
2.34
1.63
3.26
4.60
0.96

1.71

4.98
5.03

2.05
0.74

2.56
2.26
2.94
5.73
2.20

3.41
4.35
3.41

13.56
1.52

3.05
2.95
4.35

135.1
456.9
881.6
10.5
492.8
70.4
789.5
14,836.1
19.9
467.6
289.5
42.0
64.9
4,621.2
173.4
583.0
55.1
434.2
26.7
455.3
192.8
105.6
43.7
111.9
4,096.0
52.9
20.3
35.3
24.5
141.5
52.2
35.1
8,817.4
43.4
247.5
71.4
190.5
422.5
1,563.3
464.5
18.7
5,461.9
3,131.5
271.5
326.5
368.3
1,040.0
40.4
188.4
160.6
47.2
2,465.8
988.2
5.5
74.5
80.1
137.8
20.0
509.4
581.5
47.8
550.8
137.1
188.7
642.8
14.0
852.9
53.9
63.8
3,571.1
21.2
319.6
18,675.6
238.2
27.2
63.2
966.0
85.7
33.1
578.4
4,088.4
1,861.9
2,189.3
130.4
24.2
26.7
412.2
123.7
203.1
383.3
19,418.5
53.5
256.3
112.1
726.8
5,516.3
93.7
326.9
37.8
144.0
77.8
31.8
100.5
239.1
88.9
18.8
394.2
196.9
342.8
28.4
1,310.4
439.6
357.0
53.4
63.1
104.0
6,846.2
164.7
140.8
94.3
31.3
65.5
433.9
132.0
209.6
296.2
634.8

1.372
0.095

23.18

18.28
43.11

1.02

539.2
25.1
74.3
57.9
110.0

-0.010
UNCH

314.4
202

# PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

2.450 1.795

0.180 0.100 0.160


0.155
0.480 0.325

0.520 0.260 0.520


0.485
1.176 0.540 1.080
0.995
0.465 0.110

0.940 0.610 0.800


0.790
0.460 0.325 0.350
0.350
1.450 0.620 1.430
1.410
0.360 0.120 0.235
0.215
1.465 0.963 1.060
1.060
4.311 3.500 3.550
3.500
0.905 0.382 0.850
0.835
0.800 0.543 0.780
0.765
0.700 0.490 0.500
0.490
1.660 0.510 1.110
1.100
2.480 1.410

0.795 0.285 0.475


0.470
0.140 0.090 0.120
0.115
1.336 0.975 1.000
0.995
3.100 2.210

1.960 0.850 1.630


1.610
0.460 0.285

0.310 0.175 0.310


0.270
0.455 0.180 0.220
0.220
5.110 1.977 3.580
3.480
0.164 0.025 0.030
0.025
2.315 1.553 2.030
1.990
1.071 0.823 0.835
0.825
1.740 1.201 1.660
1.630
2.560 1.380 1.630
1.630
1.500 1.140

2.284 1.234 1.580


1.540
1.635 1.304 1.490
1.400
1.050 0.640

0.075 0.040 0.060


0.055
5.685 3.170 3.710
3.690
0.360 0.130

2.328 1.420 1.450


1.430
0.990 0.200 0.790
0.775
1.000 0.605 0.675
0.650
1.390 0.829 1.380
1.360
0.070 0.005

0.974 0.609 0.860


0.855
0.440 0.275 0.350
0.350
2.374 1.605 2.090
2.060
0.445 0.250 0.360
0.360
0.273 0.170 0.230
0.220
0.635 0.250 0.355
0.345
0.510 0.410

0.850 0.500 0.515


0.505
1.520 1.090 1.130
1.110
1.450 0.775 1.240
1.150
0.700 0.243 0.620
0.605
1.260 0.406 0.875
0.860
1.420 0.970 1.020
1.010
0.920 0.190 0.815
0.795
0.769 0.540 0.560
0.555
1.683 0.905 0.925
0.910
1.552 0.597 0.915
0.880
1.176 0.918 1.050
1.050
3.022 2.141 2.370
2.350
0.835 0.347 0.660
0.610
2.348 1.977 2.250
2.240
3.090 1.225 1.780
1.740
1.570 1.370 1.400
1.400
2.970 0.800 1.720
1.650
0.075 0.040 0.045
0.040
0.600 0.180 0.565
0.550
0.130 0.075 0.095
0.095
0.565 0.285

0.312 0.173 0.235


0.230
0.135 0.070 0.115
0.110
1.080 0.795 0.800
0.795
0.750 0.320 0.470
0.440
6.095 3.792 4.200
4.100
3.500 2.640 3.050
3.040
1.775 1.101 1.220
1.190
0.985 0.706 0.885
0.875
0.525 0.180 0.275
0.270
0.905 0.130 0.190
0.185
1.768 0.918 1.020
1.020
0.970 0.519 0.740
0.740
0.400 0.280

0.075 0.020 0.030


0.025
3.793 2.852 3.220
3.200
0.130 0.050 0.060
0.060
0.960 0.760 0.815
0.815
2.190 1.371 2.070
1.980
0.360 0.220 0.235
0.235
0.120 0.045 0.075
0.075
0.170 0.135 0.155
0.150
0.280 0.060 0.080
0.080
1.320 0.920 1.060
1.060
2.775 1.186 2.270
2.180
1.810 1.050 1.230
1.140
0.230 0.145 0.170
0.165
1.290 0.353 0.850
0.840
0.985 0.430 0.505
0.500
3.418 2.911 3.000
2.980
2.516 1.529 1.710
1.700
0.155 0.070 0.075
0.070
1.815 1.249 1.580
1.540
0.580 0.390 0.410
0.400
2.703 0.937 1.250
1.240
0.775 0.335 0.375
0.375
9.402 5.839 6.820
6.660
0.600 0.390

5.671 4.235 4.760


4.700
0.472 0.321 0.365
0.355
0.560 0.320 0.365
0.365
9.598 7.322 8.100
8.060
0.665 0.384 0.615
0.600
0.784 0.509 0.610
0.600
0.543 0.407 0.440
0.435
0.180 0.110 0.115
0.115
0.075 0.015 0.020
0.015
0.110 0.040 0.045
0.040
0.475 0.220 0.300
0.295
0.360 0.110 0.340
0.320
0.095 0.060 0.075
0.065
3.921 3.056 3.460
3.460
0.740 0.330 0.605
0.565
0.776 0.495 0.580
0.560
0.590 0.360 0.410
0.410
0.995 0.652 0.960
0.955
1.080 0.740 0.750
0.745
0.430 0.175 0.375
0.365
0.687 0.490 0.490
0.490
1.571 1.038

2.030 1.595

1.340 0.655 0.895


0.895
0.110 0.060 0.090
0.085
0.784 0.431 0.725
0.690
2.930 2.090 2.920
2.820
2.564 1.025 1.990
1.980
0.600 0.210 0.505
0.480
0.200 0.050

0.645 0.100 0.365


0.355
0.705 0.454 0.600
0.570
1.360 0.647 1.360
1.320
1.260 0.890

0.095 0.050 0.080


0.075
7.511 5.096 6.600
6.570
1.880 1.540 1.750
1.720
0.735 0.421 0.705
0.695
6.247 3.800 6.100
6.000
0.205 0.090 0.110
0.110
23.160 19.769 22.260 21.980
6.982 2.655 3.700
3.590
2.731 2.180 2.410
2.360
1.660 0.759 1.600
1.540
4.250 1.362 4.160
4.110
0.650 0.430

0.460 0.280 0.295


0.295
1.170 0.650 1.020
1.000
0.380 0.300 0.310
0.310
0.604 0.386 0.540
0.515
1.169 0.446 1.110
1.110
0.180 0.085 0.095
0.090
1.640 1.300 1.330
1.330
0.950 0.690 0.780
0.780
6.330 5.550

0.520 0.224 0.440


0.435
0.941 0.620 0.765
0.745

CODE
9148
7146
5198
2682
7609
9954
2674
4758
6556
9342
5568
5015
7214
7162
7099
7181
8133
7005
7187
0168
6297
5100
9938
7221
7188
5105
5229
7076
2879
7171
8435
8044
5007
5797
8052
7018
2852
7986
5071
7195
2127
5094
0022
7157
5082
8125
8176
7114
5835
5835PA
5265
7169
1619
7233
8907
9016
7217
7773
5101
7249
2984
7229
0149
3107
5197
3611
7197
5220
7192
7096
5649
0136
7077
3247
5151
5168
7105
5095
3298
5072
5199
7033
8443
5165
2739
5000
9601
9687
7222
7183
7223
8648
2747
7043
7167
4383
0054
7199
6211
3522
5371
5060
9466
7164
6971
7017
7153
7130
3476
5192
8362
3794
9326
5092
5232
8745
3581
2887
4235
9881
5068
9199
5098
7029
8095
5152
7004
3778
5223
8192
6149
5001
7219
5576
5916
3883
5087
7002
5025
4944
7140
5065
7225
5183
5271
9997
5436
5146
6033
3042
7095
7172
8869
6637
8117
8273
9458
9873
7168
7123
7544
7498
7765
7232
7803

COUNTER
ADVPKG
AEM
AFUJIYA
AISB
AJIYA
AKNIGHT
ALCOM
ANCOM
ANNJOO
ANZO
APB
APM
ARANK
ASTINO
ATTA
ATURMJU
BHIC
BIG
BKOON
BOILERM
BOXPAK
BPPLAS
BRIGHT
BSLCORP
BTM
CANONE
CAP
CBIP
CCM
CENBOND
CEPCO
CFM
CHINWEL
CHOOBEE
CICB
CME
CMSB
CNASIA
COASTAL
COMCORP
COMFORT
CSCSTEL
CYBERT
CYL
CYMAO
DAIBOCI
DENKO
DNONCE
DOLMITE
DOLMITE-PA
DOLPHIN
DOMINAN
DRBHCOM
DUFU
EG
EKSONS
EMETALL
EPMB
EVERGRN
EWEIN
FACBIND
FAVCO
FIBON
FIMACOR
FLBHD
GBH
GESHEN
GLOTEC
GOODWAY
GPA
GPHAROS
GREENYB
GSB
GUH
HALEX
HARTA
HCK
HEVEA
HEXZA
HIAPTEK
HIBISCS
HIGHTEC
HIL
HOKHENG
HUAAN
HUMEIND
HWGB
IDEALUBB
IMASPRO
IRETEX
JADI
JASKITA
JAVA
JMR
JOHOTIN
JTIASA
KARYON
KEINHIN
KIALIM
KIANJOO
KIMHIN
KINSTEL
KKB
KNM
KOBAY
KOMARK
KOSSAN
KPOWER
KSENG
KSSC
KYM
LAFMSIA
LBALUM
LCTH
LEONFB
LEWEKO
LIONCOR
LIONDIV
LIONIND
LSTEEL
LUSTER
LYSAGHT
MASTEEL
MASTER
MAYPAK
MBL
MCEHLDG
MELEWAR
MENTIGA
MERCURY
METROD
MIECO
MINETEC
MINHO
MSC
MUDA
MYCRON
NAKA
NWP
NYLEX
OKA
ORNA
PA
PCHEM
PECCA
PENSONI
PERSTIM
PERWAJA
PETGAS
PETRONM
PIE
PMBTECH
PMETAL
PNEPCB
POLY
PPHB
PREMIER
PRESTAR
PRG
PWORTH
QUALITY
RALCO
RAPID
RESINTC
RUBEREX

CLOSING
(RM)
2.380
0.155
0.420
0.520
0.995
0.120
0.790
0.350
1.410
0.225
1.060
3.500
0.840
0.775
0.490
1.110
1.500
0.475
0.115
1.000
2.330
1.620
0.320
0.270
0.220
3.580
0.030
1.990
0.835
1.630
1.630
1.140
1.570
1.490
0.680
0.060
3.700
0.300
1.450
0.775
0.655
1.370
0.005
0.860
0.350
2.080
0.360
0.230
0.345
0.510
0.515
1.130
1.160
0.610
0.865
1.020
0.805
0.560
0.915
0.895
1.050
2.360
0.640
2.250
1.760
1.400
1.690
0.045
0.550
0.095
0.340
0.235
0.110
0.795
0.445
4.200
3.040
1.210
0.885
0.275
0.190
1.020
0.740
0.305
0.030
3.220
0.060
0.815
2.070
0.235
0.075
0.150
0.080
1.060
2.260
1.200
0.170
0.850
0.500
3.000
1.710
0.070
1.580
0.410
1.240
0.375
6.790
0.400
4.720
0.365
0.365
8.100
0.615
0.605
0.440
0.115
0.020
0.045
0.295
0.320
0.070
3.460
0.605
0.580
0.410
0.955
0.750
0.370
0.490
1.230
1.800
0.895
0.090
0.700
2.920
1.990
0.495
0.060
0.355
0.570
1.340
0.955
0.080
6.600
1.730
0.695
6.000
0.110
22.000
3.660
2.370
1.570
4.110
0.505
0.295
1.010
0.310
0.515
1.110
0.095
1.330
0.780
5.790
0.440
0.760

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

-0.005
948.1

0.025
212.1
-0.055 4856.9

-0.010
21
UNCH
172
UNCH
566.5
0.005 2476.3
UNCH
12.9
UNCH
13.1
0.005
488.9
-0.005
248.6
-0.020
34.5
0.020
257.6

0.010
14
0.005
654.1
0.010
20.1

0.020
330.6

0.005
43.5
-0.005
82.7
0.040
108.2
0.005
943.5
-0.050
93.2
-0.015
21
-0.010
140.8
-0.070
2.9

0.030
437.3
0.070
3.8

UNCH 1091.9
0.010
95.3

0.010
181.1
-0.015 1173.1
-0.005 1357.5
-0.010
754.6

0.005
30.1
UNCH
2
-0.020
69
0.005
353
0.005
935
-0.005
311.9

0.005
33
0.010
7.5
0.050 19507.7
-0.010 2313.4
0.010
883
UNCH
7
0.025 4031.7
0.010
14
-0.005 2466.8
-0.025
11.7
UNCH
22
-0.010
37.6
0.020
668.6
UNCH
30.2
0.040 1832.7
UNCH
3
0.040
163.8
UNCH 1587.7
-0.010 1381.8
UNCH
340

0.005
140
-0.005
950
-0.005
728.9
-0.015
143.2
0.050
455.8
-0.010
20
0.030 2491.3
0.005
75.6
0.005 8035.1
UNCH 5044.4
0.010
10
-0.020
50.2

0.005
267.7
0.020
25.4
UNCH 3345.7
0.025
2
UNCH
138.5
UNCH
5
UNCH
445
-0.005
103
0.005
20
UNCH
1
0.080
399.4
0.060 4432.8
UNCH
152.2
0.010
16.2
-0.010
32
0.010
133.9
0.020
5
-0.005
477
0.050
43.5
0.010 11951.3
UNCH
14
-0.005
153.2
UNCH
402.4

-0.040
23
-0.010
54
0.015
3
UNCH
275.1
0.015
994.8
UNCH
536.2
0.005
64.8
UNCH
59
UNCH 1063.4
0.005
11
-0.005 1682.3
0.005
215.2
UNCH
596.4
0.060
2.8
0.035 3818.7
-0.015
109
-0.005
10
-0.005
210.7
UNCH
54.5
UNCH
967.2
-0.010
2

UNCH
421.8
0.005
8529
-0.035
2238
0.140
61.3
0.010
6.1
0.005 2063.9

0.005 2420.1
-0.010
238.7
0.020 2093.3

UNCH
126
UNCH 2210.5
-0.020
43
-0.010
247.1
-0.080
11.8
UNCH
90
0.020
954.1
0.140
10.4
-0.090
124.1
-0.040
86
-0.010
1012

-0.010
3
-0.010
227.5
UNCH
10
-0.030
336
UNCH
15.5
0.005
915
0.010
92
0.010
5

UNCH
163.7
0.010
142.2

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

16.18
0.157

17.87
0.503

1.021 18.53

0.800 57.66
0.350

1.411

0.228

1.060 141.33
3.502 13.16
0.840
6.98
0.775
9.47
0.499

1.110

0.474
8.54
0.115

1.000 16.75
17.25
1.623 12.57

0.290

0.220

3.541
8.83
0.026
1.07
2.006 12.42
0.833 12.21
1.649 13.23
1.630
5.08

1.557
7.82
1.402 33.33

0.055

3.695 20.72

1.442
8.72
0.779
6.38
0.661 29.77
1.364
9.10

0.858 14.96
0.350

2.070 24.44
0.360 12.59
0.221

0.347

0.508

1.121 14.04
1.193

0.613
7.15
0.866
4.18
1.017

0.805
7.76
0.557

0.915
7.75
0.891 12.80
1.050 18.55
2.358
6.17
0.639 12.52
2.249 10.59
1.758
5.73
1.400 933.33
1.693 10.95
0.042

0.555

0.095

0.234 17.41
0.111

0.799 27.04
0.446

4.151 27.45
3.043 20.65
1.205
6.51
0.879 11.72
0.275

0.185

1.020 12.47
0.740 13.05
27.73
0.030

3.202 24.71
0.060

0.815

2.066 20.14
0.235

0.075 12.93
0.153

0.080

1.060 28.19
2.250 11.84
1.195 20.91
0.165 26.56
0.849
9.02
0.504 19.61
2.990 11.60
1.702 10.58
0.070

1.564

0.405 32.03
1.241 12.13
0.375 23.73
6.801 20.83

4.739 22.26
0.360 32.02
0.365

8.100 34.76
0.607
9.70
0.606
9.47
0.436 10.95
0.115

0.020

0.041

0.297

0.334

0.071

3.460 10.84
0.589

0.566 10.43
0.410

0.956 11.40
0.747

0.369 11.35
0.490

9.94

8.93
0.895
4.03
0.090

0.698 11.74
2.878 12.71
1.988 18.92
0.492
4.03

0.362

0.576
9.83
1.340 10.14
11.67
0.075

6.599 19.53
1.734

0.700
8.10
6.022 11.70
0.110

22.009 21.93
3.641
5.47
2.386 22.19
1.562 14.54
4.119 29.05

0.295 11.09
1.007
7.82
0.310 68.89
0.527
8.03
1.110 20.11
0.090 24.36
1.330 14.12
0.780 18.98

0.438 13.97
0.760 11.06

5.04

1.51

6.33

2.13

6.13
5.57
2.68
2.52

1.50

3.09

1.12

3.02
4.49
1.84

4.99
2.68
2.57

1.22

2.76

5.84

6.98

2.83

3.35
1.72
5.08

1.79
1.09
0.56
2.38
6.36
1.64
6.67
8.52
10.71

3.19

6.29

1.90

2.27
5.08
1.09

3.43
2.03

0.93

1.69

2.00

2.83
1.77
0.83
2.35
1.18

0.67
3.51

2.53

2.42

1.77

2.12
2.19

3.21
3.25
6.61
3.41

4.34
1.07
1.72

3.14

2.04
4.88
3.33

1.51

3.51
3.73
2.62

2.73

4.32
6.33

2.73
5.46
1.01
2.55
1.82

3.88
0.90

5.68
3.95

MKT CAP
(MIL)
48.8
39.6
75.6
68.6
303.1
7.0
106.1
76.6
737.0
67.2
119.6
705.6
100.8
212.4
34.7
67.8
372.7
22.8
31.8
516.0
139.9
304.1
52.6
26.5
27.6
687.9
40.9
1,071.1
382.1
195.6
73.0
46.7
470.3
163.8
31.1
26.5
3,975.2
13.6
770.8
108.5
366.0
520.6
0.5
86.0
26.3
568.4
37.6
41.5
92.7
6.3
114.3
186.5
2,242.6
107.0
183.0
167.5
137.8
92.9
774.5
198.6
89.4
522.5
62.7
551.8
181.6
261.2
135.2
242.2
60.8
93.1
45.7
78.4
58.1
220.9
47.2
6,892.6
168.5
559.2
177.3
354.4
258.7
41.4
206.2
24.4
33.7
1,542.7
54.4
90.0
165.6
31.3
70.6
67.4
13.9
134.4
210.9
1,168.5
80.9
84.2
31.0
1,332.5
266.1
73.5
407.3
884.0
84.4
46.7
4,342.0
22.6
1,706.2
35.0
54.7
6,882.5
152.8
217.8
136.4
37.0
26.3
62.6
211.8
41.0
121.2
143.9
147.9
31.7
17.2
87.9
33.3
83.9
34.3
49.4
216.0
188.0
62.6
153.8
292.0
607.1
140.4
3.3
113.6
110.8
213.1
71.9
75.7
52,800.0
325.2
90.1
595.8
61.6
43,532.1
988.2
910.2
125.6
5,370.4
66.4
47.2
111.0
104.5
94.3
164.3
62.2
77.1
32.7
506.4
60.4
174.3

26 Markets

T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

T UE

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

4.200 3.154 3.850


3.850
7.980 4.134 7.610
7.490
1.205 0.753 0.925
0.925
1.800 1.088 1.350
1.310
3.629 3.072 3.550
3.520
0.990 0.660 0.725
0.720
13.473 6.588 12.540 12.420
0.475 0.280

0.320 0.190 0.190


0.190
1.350 0.526 0.895
0.880
0.350 0.200

0.770 0.280 0.310


0.305
6.350 2.600 3.070
3.050
0.673 0.353 0.475
0.455
0.710 0.480 0.610
0.610
1.487 1.120 1.220
1.210
3.100 1.163

0.818 0.587 0.665


0.665
1.170 0.690 0.950
0.950
0.425 0.200

2.240 1.420 1.500


1.500
2.504 1.276

2.309 1.173 2.210


2.170
3.501 1.879 2.280
2.170
4.730 2.571 3.450
3.420
0.545 0.217 0.480
0.460
0.830 0.310 0.400
0.375
15.260 13.376 15.200 15.020
15.240 14.372

0.190 0.080 0.110


0.105
0.455 0.215

2.210 0.700 1.060


1.020
1.720 0.685 1.300
1.300
0.495 0.220 0.340
0.320
4.307 1.615 4.120
4.080
2.553 1.224 1.780
1.730
0.800 0.600

2.322 1.201 1.760


1.730
2.133 1.581 1.950
1.940
6.940 4.260 4.580
4.470
0.695 0.520

0.270 0.140 0.185


0.185
1.660 1.191 1.660
1.640
6.860 3.225 6.400
6.330
1.332 0.681 1.320
1.290
1.700 0.610 1.160
1.080
1.633 1.130 1.360
1.350
1.281 0.635 0.900
0.865
0.400 0.275 0.390
0.380
2.150 1.377 1.560
1.550
2.823 1.735 2.020
2.010
0.665 0.490 0.665
0.630
0.580 0.405 0.550
0.510
2.345 2.007

1.506 0.869 1.100


1.070
1.391 0.830 1.090
1.070
1.080 0.790 0.840
0.820
0.310 0.160 0.310
0.280
0.800 0.460

CONSTRUCTION
0.560 0.260

0.155 0.100 0.135


0.130
0.752 0.490 0.650
0.650
0.743 0.511 0.655
0.650
0.680 0.425 0.485
0.455
0.490 0.330 0.410
0.400
1.044 0.825 0.860
0.845
1.054 0.805 0.885
0.870
1.818 1.513

1.580 0.737 1.580


1.530
1.740 0.835 1.570
1.520
0.625 0.330 0.535
0.525
2.580 1.100 2.540
2.470
4.939 3.620 4.900
4.820
1.200 0.780 1.160
1.130
1.140 0.750 0.830
0.810
1.240 1.240

1.290 1.290

2.115 1.582 1.870


1.810
3.566 2.786 3.410
3.340
0.815 0.540 0.770
0.760
0.672 0.480

1.280 0.715 0.945


0.935
0.380 0.195 0.230
0.220
2.487 1.150 2.360
2.300
1.050 0.740 0.945
0.930
1.898 1.017 1.790
1.780
1.540 1.090

1.063 0.660 0.750


0.750
0.450 0.245 0.265
0.265
1.410 0.983 1.400
1.380
0.665 0.325 0.630
0.620
0.350 0.190 0.270
0.260
1.520 0.840 1.180
1.140
2.465 1.464 2.200
2.170
0.569 0.330 0.375
0.375
1.489 1.150

1.783 1.324 1.590


1.550
0.165 0.110 0.125
0.125
3.780 2.839 3.680
3.520
0.967 0.450 0.480
0.465
1.720 0.954 1.680
1.640
0.475 0.300 0.320
0.320
0.513 0.259 0.455
0.445
2.400 0.845 2.180
2.150
0.728 0.438 0.465
0.460
1.737 1.069 1.570
1.540
0.865 0.550 0.610
0.595
0.320 0.145 0.195
0.185
TRADING SERVICES
0.415 0.150 0.400
0.390
0.507 0.240 0.255
0.245
2.937 2.434 2.870
2.800
0.245 0.135 0.205
0.205
3.020 0.751 2.970
2.920
6.915 4.187 6.320
6.090
0.545 0.290 0.300
0.290
0.170 0.075 0.170
0.155
10.550 8.700 8.730
8.730
2.780 1.518 2.240
2.240
0.345 0.040 0.055
0.050
1.145 0.641 0.750
0.735
0.150 0.105 0.120
0.115
3.000 2.351 3.000
2.950
5.200 4.056

0.910 0.280 0.855


0.820
6.392 5.071 5.730
5.690
0.350 0.203

1.060 0.640 0.685


0.675
0.570 0.335 0.410
0.410
0.375 0.185 0.200
0.195
7.067 6.238

1.509 1.065 1.480


1.450
2.398 1.664 2.370
2.330
0.440 0.336 0.350
0.345
2.599 1.561 1.680
1.620
0.855 0.610 0.690
0.670
0.480 0.350

3.374 2.779 3.340


3.280
0.215 0.119 0.180
0.175
1.170 0.555 0.905
0.895
2.778 1.822 2.040
2.010
0.880 0.355

2.140 1.039 1.680


1.630
3.872 2.355 3.230
3.170
1.019 0.697 0.895
0.875
0.508 0.332

0.600 0.385 0.420


0.395
0.105 0.060

0.910 0.650 0.750


0.750
0.055 0.035 0.045
0.040
2.050 1.356 2.020
1.980
0.950 0.790 0.950
0.935
0.120 0.065 0.075
0.070
2.020 0.985 1.010
0.990
1.353 0.870 1.080
1.070
0.665 0.480 0.665
0.640
1.668 1.276 1.530
1.520
4.740 3.438 4.510
4.460
1.684 0.989 1.430
1.390

0.380 0.230
1.463 0.732 0.920
0.885
0.365 0.210

0.295 0.195 0.215


0.210
* Volume Weighted Average Price

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

YEAR
HIGH

3.850
7.535
0.925
1.333
3.533
0.723
12.467

0.190
0.888

0.308
3.058
0.464
0.610
1.213

0.665
0.950

1.500

2.192
2.224
3.426
0.471
0.388
15.094

0.105

1.038
1.300
0.328
4.099
1.765

1.743
1.950
4.545

0.185
1.648
6.384
1.314
1.138
1.357
0.883
0.385
1.558
2.018
0.640
0.522

1.089
1.079
0.825
0.299

21.19
10.21
10.12
10.85
21.80

11.96

52.05

2.51
10.30

16.24
26.60

9.35
10.39
12.74
8.75
3.47

23.94

6.08

9.23
5.34
26.61
11.15
39.80
14.25
38.41
22.02
13.23
30.13
11.68

25.57

7.62
18.08

22.27
13.79
8.70
17.41
16.00

1.30
1.99
6.49
4.48
2.93

2.01

3.37

6.56

2.53

2.89
1.00
3.76

3.67
2.52
1.75
3.65

6.58
7.22

2.18
8.91

4.83
5.13
2.64
1.89

6.39
1.88
2.27

4.07
3.43

1.92
4.58

4.83
2.26
1.53
2.40

527.2
944.1
67.3
424.8
466.0
53.0
2,867.1
25.4
65.0
209.4
102.5
24.4
918.0
89.1
24.4
1,416.6
742.0
29.8
398.4
28.8
313.5
261.6
174.4
1,550.8
1,521.4
230.2
69.3
1,879.0
5.1
17.1
19.3
41.3
52.5
52.0
433.7
254.7
58.8
285.7
248.5
5,709.0
56.7
42.3
731.2
924.9
105.6
129.1
1,587.4
678.0
32.9
208.0
666.6
57.8
22.0
496.8
529.5
366.1
133.6
108.0
47.9

3.980
0.366
1.000
1.567
1.380
0.802
0.585
1.484
0.270
0.260
2.476
1.800
4.587
9.850
2.440
0.480
3.100
0.070
0.410
7.850
1.412
3.235
0.015
0.455
6.759
0.843
1.250
1.969
0.295
0.435
0.395
1.960
0.353
1.720
4.358
1.394
0.650
0.275
0.450
0.350
0.735
1.881
2.620
1.746
0.165
6.774
1.010
3.343
1.450
1.520
0.770
0.950
2.243
1.340
9.171
2.286
0.524
0.090
0.205
0.333
2.380
0.930
0.115
0.937
0.860
2.030
0.145
2.750
0.485
0.661
1.350
1.384
0.135
1.381
1.570
0.390
0.220
1.762
25.957
0.250
6.676
0.250
0.390
4.231
3.259
3.170
1.150
0.200
0.450
0.760
0.899
0.650
0.145
2.429
0.220
0.310
1.310
1.376
1.600
8.808
0.888
2.430
1.530
2.700
3.000
0.175
2.608
0.420
1.639
2.063
14.620
1.850
0.440
0.260
6.961
0.910
1.690
0.550
2.858
1.091
2.989
1.440
1.353
0.700
2.460
0.815
2.938
0.545
4.580
1.300
0.065
3.080
1.170
1.710
FINANCE
14.700
2.481
4.296
11.221
10.614
5.403
1.873
4.180
9.010
5.137
0.500
1.298
13.760
10.100
15.760
2.660
0.868
0.930
0.165
0.690
16.200
1.000
2.980
8.886
1.355
3.740
1.740
1.422
19.800

5134
9822
7811
5170
7247
9237
4731
7239
7366
7073
5145
5163
4324
5181
7115
7155
7248
7132
5665
7143
6904
7207
7235
7106
5012
4022
5149
4448
4448P
5178
7097
7439
9741
6378
7034
7374
7854
7285
5010
7113
7173
4359
7100
7133
7227
4995
6963
5142
7226
7111
7231
7050
7025
5009
4243
7245
5048
7020
7014

SAB
SAM
SAPIND
SCABLE
SCGM
SCIB
SCIENTX
SCNWOLF
SCOMIEN
SEACERA
SEALINK
SEB
SHELL
SIGGAS
SKBSHUT
SKPRES
SLP
SMISCOR
SSTEEL
STONE
SUBUR
SUCCESS
SUPERLN
SUPERMX
TAANN
TADMAX
TAS
TASEK
TASEK-PA
TATGIAP
TAWIN
TECGUAN
TECNIC
TEKALA
TGUAN
TIENWAH
TIMWELL
TOMYPAK
TONGHER
TOPGLOV
TOYOINK
TURIYA
UCHITEC
ULICORP
UMSNGB
VERSATL
VS
WASEONG
WATTA
WEIDA
WELLCAL
WONG
WOODLAN
WTHORSE
WTK
WZSATU
YILAI
YKGI
YLI

3.850
7.500
0.925
1.340
3.530
0.720
12.440
0.290
0.190
0.890
0.205
0.305
3.060
0.475
0.610
1.210
3.000
0.665
0.950
0.320
1.500
2.180
2.180
2.280
3.420
0.470
0.385
15.200
15.240
0.110
0.300
1.030
1.300
0.340
4.120
1.760
0.660
1.740
1.950
4.550
0.530
0.185
1.650
6.370
1.320
1.100
1.350
0.875
0.390
1.560
2.010
0.630
0.550
2.070
1.100
1.090
0.835
0.310
0.465

UNCH
-0.100
-0.005
0.030
-0.050
0.010
-0.060

UNCH
-0.010

0.015
UNCH
0.020
UNCH
-0.010

0.035
UNCH

-0.020

-0.030
0.140
UNCH
UNCH
0.010
UNCH

UNCH

-0.040
-0.020
0.020
UNCH
0.040

-0.010
UNCH
0.020

-0.005
-0.010
0.080
0.020
-0.100
-0.010
UNCH
-0.010
0.030
-0.010
-0.025
0.010

0.030
UNCH
-0.005
0.015

36
165.9
15.2
138.9
153
15
224

172.1
92.2

41.7
50
159.5
6
6378.1

0.1
20

43.3
7445.1
565.6
2062.4
925.1
17.5

117.3

103.8
2.2
28.1
131.6
374.5

300.3
106.5
5016.5

43
174.9
131.3
48
149.2
2211.3
3777.5
41.2
9
28.5
555.1
54.7

2160
22.8
51.8
5874.3

7007
7070
7078
6173
5190
5932
8761
8591
7528
5253
8877
7047
9261
5398
5226
5169
5169PA
5169PB
6238
3336
5268
8834
4723
9083
7161
3565
5171
9628
5129
5006
9571
7595
5924
5085
5703
8311
7055
5070
7145
9598
5205
5263
9717
5054
5622
5042
9679
7028
2283

ARK
ASUPREM
AZRB
BDB
BENALEC
BPURI
BREM
CRESBLD
DKLS
ECONBHD
EKOVEST
FAJAR
GADANG
GAMUDA
GBGAQRS
HOHUP
HOHUP-PA
HOHUP-PB
HSL
IJM
IKHMAS
IREKA
JAKS
JETSON
KERJAYA
KEURO
KIMLUN
LEBTECH
MELATI
MERGE
MITRA
MLGLOBAL
MTDACPI
MUDAJYA
MUHIBAH
PESONA
PLB
PRTASCO
PSIPTEK
PTARAS
SENDAI
SUNCON
SYCAL
TRC
TRIPLC
TSRCAP
WCT
ZECON
ZELAN

0.440
0.135
0.650
0.650
0.480
0.400
0.860
0.885
1.710
1.570
1.560
0.535
2.510
4.900
1.130
0.815
1.240
1.290
1.850
3.410
0.765
0.540
0.935
0.230
2.360
0.940
1.780
1.540
0.750
0.265
1.390
0.620
0.270
1.180
2.200
0.375
1.250
1.580
0.125
3.680
0.465
1.650
0.320
0.445
2.180
0.460
1.540
0.595
0.185

UNCH
UNCH
-0.045
0.030
UNCH
0.010
0.010

0.030
0.030
UNCH
0.040
0.050
-0.020
0.005

0.040
0.050
0.010

-0.005
0.010
0.070
0.015
-0.010

UNCH
-0.005
-0.010
-0.020
0.010
0.040
0.020
UNCH

0.060
UNCH
-0.020
-0.005
-0.030
UNCH
-0.005
-0.010
-0.005
-0.020
-0.015
-0.005

110
218.7
85
6934.1
560.6
255.1
40.1

1981
430.4
91.6
1840.1
1035.4
502.8
306

1711.9
4298
820.8

454.7
68
1062.4
90.5
122.7

20
0.2
222
40.5
7
535.4
521.5
277

745.8
98
3
1778.4
3146.6
203
410.1
21.5
30
110.3
42.7
1519.1

83.02
0.134 450.00
0.650 13.24
0.651
7.57
0.472 25.95
0.403 26.85
0.849 17.03
0.874 17.66

7.68
1.556 13.04
1.548 46.15
0.530 21.15
2.516
5.98
4.868 18.81
1.142

0.821
4.09

1.848 13.95
3.379 15.31
0.761 14.57

0.938 10.97
0.220 766.67
2.331
7.11
0.937 34.94
1.785
9.28

0.750
4.64
0.265 15.87
1.391
9.54
0.621
5.11
0.261

1.167 26.58
2.182 12.13
0.375 16.52
20.10
1.563
7.90
0.125 11.79
3.620 24.70
0.472

1.651 17.52
0.320
8.77
0.448
1.42
2.161
5.97
0.463 16.25
1.551
9.71
0.608

0.190

3.08
6.15
0.63
5.00
3.49
4.52
1.75
2.23
1.28
2.34
1.99
2.45

2.02
1.16
1.30
2.05
1.31

1.69

3.26

2.33

3.60

2.27
2.67
4.00
5.70

5.16
1.08
2.42

1.46

1.93
1.95

21.4
39.4
314.3
197.5
389.7
97.1
297.1
156.6
158.5
840.0
1,334.5
194.1
649.1
11,853.2
441.7
285.2
8.5
23.3
1,078.0
12,280.5
397.8
92.3
409.9
43.2
1,196.4
942.6
535.0
210.2
90.0
17.8
930.0
55.6
62.5
651.9
1,060.1
245.2
114.1
536.6
39.6
601.8
359.9
2,133.3
102.5
213.8
146.8
80.2
1,937.2
70.9
156.3

5238
5166
6599
7315
5099
5014
5115
0159
6351
7083
5194
5210
1481
6399
7048
7579
6888
5021
7251
7241
6998
5032
5275
5248
3395
5196
4219
6025
1562
7036
9474
2771
5257
5245
2925
7117
7209
7016
5104
5136
5037
5184
5276
0091
5141
5132
7212
7277
5908
5216
2097
5259
5036
7471

AAX
AEGB
AEON
AHB
AIRASIA
AIRPORT
ALAM
AMEDIA
AMWAY
ANALABS
APFT
ARMADA
ASB
ASTRO
ATLAN
AWC
AXIATA
AYS
BARAKAH
BHS
BINTAI
BIPORT
BISON
BJAUTO
BJCORP
BJFOOD
BJLAND
BJMEDIA
BJTOTO
BORNOIL
BRAHIMS
BSTEAD
CARIMIN
CARING
CCB
CENTURY
CHEETAH
CHUAN
CNI
COMPLET
COMPUGT
CYPARK
DANCO
DAYA
DAYANG
DELEUM
DESTINI
DIALOG
DKSH
DSONIC
EASTLND
EATECH
EDARAN
EDEN

0.395
0.250
2.860
0.205
2.930
6.310
0.300
0.165
8.730
2.240
0.055
0.750
0.115
2.970
5.150
0.835
5.700
0.245
0.675
0.410
0.200
6.600
1.460
2.370
0.345
1.650
0.690
0.400
3.340
0.175
0.900
2.010
0.395
1.680
3.170
0.885
0.430
0.405
0.070
0.750
0.045
2.020
0.940
0.075
1.010
1.070
0.655
1.530
4.500
1.400
0.240
0.910
0.290
0.215

-0.005 8703.9
UNCH
60.9
0.050
798.6
UNCH
235
-0.040
5570
0.040 8181.5
UNCH 2715.3
0.010 22431.1
0.010
6
0.010
1
UNCH 10158.9
0.005 3083.5
UNCH
42.4
UNCH 1810.4

-0.015 5435.3
UNCH 3230.5

-0.010
150.8
-0.005
65
0.010
307.9

0.010
98.9
0.020 1857.9
-0.005 9797.6
UNCH 1000.8
0.020
4

0.020
838.1
-0.005
36190
-0.005
326.6
UNCH
447.8

0.060
3
-0.020
42.1
-0.005 1036.4

-0.045
171

-0.035
58
0.005 7024.4
0.020
64.3
0.005 1454.8
0.005 1998.1
0.010
283.3
UNCH
168.7
0.005 7825.1
UNCH 1921.4
UNCH
108.7
-0.010 3214.7

0.030 1000.6

-0.005
27.2

0.395

0.249

2.850 35.62
0.205 17.98
2.938
6.44
6.300

0.295 12.30
0.164

8.730 31.79
2.240
9.50
0.055

0.744

0.116

2.970 23.93
28.50
0.839 15.52
5.712 21.17
11.29
0.679 110.66
0.410

0.199

22.96
1.452

2.359 13.66
0.345

1.654 26.19
0.676

3.316 14.70
0.176 16.06
0.900

2.021

1.660 50.91
3.200
6.05
0.882 11.36
30.71
0.409

0.750
5.61
0.044 34.62
2.000 10.20
0.942

0.071

0.999
7.95
1.079
9.93
0.656 20.03
1.528 27.92
4.496 19.77
1.408 29.91

0.907
8.04

0.210

40.00
1.40

1.37
1.35

4.01
1.34

1.09
2.17
4.43
5.22

3.51
4.08
2.96

3.33

3.97
2.90
3.33

4.94

6.76

1.19
1.58
4.52
1.74
1.41
4.29
4.00

2.48

3.47
5.14

1.44
2.11
2.14

2.47

1,638.5
102.5
4,015.4
32.8
8,154.1
10,469.5
277.3
39.5
1,435.1
134.5
26.3
4,399.7
76.4
15,458.9
1,306.3
218.6
50,876.2
93.2
556.8
171.8
42.9
3,036.0
452.7
2,719.4
1,687.9
624.2
3,450.2
94.0
4,512.4
530.0
212.7
4,074.2
92.4
365.7
319.4
338.5
54.9
68.3
50.4
91.8
96.0
510.9
140.1
139.0
885.9
428.0
650.3
8,073.6
709.5
1,890.0
59.0
458.6
17.4
66.9

# PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

2.718 3.540
3.530
0.178 0.250
0.245
0.790 0.860
0.850
1.047

0.970 1.210
1.190
0.481 0.575
0.570
0.410 0.435
0.425
1.140

0.125 0.145
0.140
0.110

1.852 2.400
2.370
0.815 1.560
1.550
3.679 4.420
4.370
6.477 8.300
8.160
1.013 2.440
2.360
0.380

1.773 3.070
3.020
0.060

0.245 0.250
0.245
4.859 7.810
7.740
0.880 1.000
0.950
2.665

0.005 0.010
0.005
0.250 0.325
0.320
5.295 6.590
6.530
0.683 0.760
0.745
0.890

1.442 1.570
1.560
0.205 0.245
0.240
0.315 0.355
0.355
0.270

1.638 1.940
1.910
0.226 0.270
0.270
1.250

3.885 4.320
4.300
0.923 1.070
1.050
0.350 0.545
0.535
0.135 0.160
0.150
0.232 0.450
0.430
0.200 0.275
0.275
0.500

1.002 1.710
1.700
2.190 2.420
2.380
1.151 1.670
1.620
0.127 0.155
0.155
5.312 6.240
6.070
0.510 0.765
0.755
1.914 2.430
2.410
0.710 1.200
1.200
0.962 1.440
1.420
0.468 0.725
0.720
0.570

1.608 2.100
2.000
0.875 1.010
0.980
6.880 7.680
7.580
1.462 2.260
2.220
0.320 0.350
0.340
0.060 0.080
0.075
0.150 0.160
0.155
0.220 0.240
0.225
1.241 2.060
1.990
0.560

0.065 0.085
0.080
0.651

0.583 0.860
0.825
1.207 1.940
1.920
0.085 0.090
0.090
1.646 2.000
1.950
0.378 0.455
0.440
0.433 0.560
0.550
0.775 0.835
0.820
0.879 1.050
1.040
0.055 0.100
0.085
0.816 1.190
1.170
1.400

0.220 0.230
0.225
0.135 0.155
0.155
1.267 1.650
1.620
18.503 23.440 23.120
0.030

5.139

0.135 0.145
0.140
0.205

2.040 3.060
2.980
1.559 2.070
2.000
2.150 2.380
2.320
0.790 0.955
0.930
0.100 0.175
0.170
0.340 0.375
0.365
0.528 0.650
0.635
0.580 0.840
0.810
0.400 0.420
0.400
0.090 0.115
0.115
1.529 2.270
2.270
0.135 0.150
0.145
0.190 0.200
0.200
0.968

1.160 1.190
1.170
1.293 1.600
1.480
6.485 7.710
7.600
0.700

1.290 1.420
1.400
1.270 1.380
1.350
2.206 2.600
2.580
2.280

0.095 0.100
0.095
1.820 1.990
1.910
0.300 0.335
0.335
1.175 1.440
1.410
1.400 1.520
1.520
10.030 14.620 14.420
1.229 1.580
1.570
0.275 0.310
0.285
0.060 0.190
0.170
5.792 6.840
6.790
0.460 0.875
0.870
0.882 1.670
1.650
0.330

2.540

0.810 0.820
0.810
2.218

0.860 0.900
0.890
1.092 1.140
1.100
0.455 0.470
0.470
1.560 1.830
1.780
0.375

2.080

0.410

3.566 4.460
4.390
0.916 1.000
0.995
0.025 0.040
0.035
2.295 3.010
2.990
0.435 1.150
1.110
1.349 1.680
1.660
10.535
2.028
3.018
9.702
9.572
4.126
1.387
3.170
7.190
3.789
0.310
1.192
11.509
7.327
11.940
1.778
0.572
0.832
0.105
0.460
13.623
0.434
2.564
7.860
0.685
2.400
1.290
1.181
16.745

14.000
2.150
4.030
10.000

4.440
1.530
4.000
9.010
4.520

1.220
13.120

15.500
2.600
0.650
0.930
0.145
0.495
16.000
0.915

8.040
0.930
2.900
1.370
1.300
19.680

13.960
2.120
3.980
9.940

4.400
1.530
4.000
8.930
4.420

1.220
13.060

15.100
2.600
0.640
0.925
0.135
0.490
16.000
0.890

7.950
0.850
2.650
1.360
1.290
19.560

CODE

1368
0064
5081
5208
5056
6939
9318
7210
0128
9377
5209
0078
4715
3182
3204
7676
7668
7110
7253
3034
2062
5008
7013
5255
5225
5614
5673
0058
8923
8672
5079
6491
0151
5035
5878
5843
9121
4847
6874
7170
8486
5143
3859
5264
3514
6012
5077
5983
7189
4502
5090
7234
3069
5186
3816
2194
0059
0043
3891
3905
0138
9806
4464
5533
0172
5201
3018
5260
8419
5125
5657
5041
6254
5133
7108
0047
7080
5219
5681
7027
7081
7201
7163
4634
5204
8346
5272
0037
8885
8567
5147
7185
9113
0099
7158
7045
7053
9792
5250
4197
9431
5218
5242
6084
9865
1201
6521
5173
8524
5140
5347
8702
7228
7206
4863
0101
8397
7218
5711
5167
7137
5243
7091
5754
7250
7240
5016
7692
5246
5267
7122
7293
7066
4677
5139
5185
2488
1163
1163PA
1015
5088
5258
1818
1023
2143
5228
5819
5274
1082
6688
3379
3379PA
3441
6483
8621
1198
1058
1155
1171
6459
5237
6009
1295

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

EDGENTA
EFFICEN
EIG
EITA
ENGTEX
FIAMMA
FITTERS
FREIGHT
FRONTKN
FSBM
GASMSIA
GDEX
GENM
GENTING
GKENT
GUNUNG
HAIO
HAISAN
HANDAL
HAPSENG
HARBOUR
HARISON
HUBLINE
ICON
IHH
ILB
IPMUDA
JCBNEXT
JIANKUN
KAMDAR
KBES
KFIMA
KGB
KNUSFOR
KPJ
KPS
KPSCB
KTB
KUB
LFECORP
LIONFIB
LUXCHEM
MAGNUM
MALAKOF
MARCO
MAXIS
MAYBULK
MBMR
MBWORLD
MEDIA
MEDIAC
MESB
MFCB
MHB
MISC
MMCCORP
MMODE
MTRONIC
MUIIND
MULPHA
MYEG
NATWIDE
NICORP
OCB
OCK
OLDTOWN
OLYMPIA
OWG
PANSAR
PANTECH
PARKSON
PBA
PDZ
PENERGY
PERDANA
PERISAI
PERMAJU
PESTECH
PETDAG
PETONE
PHARMA
PICORP
PJBUMI
POS
PRESBHD
PRKCORP
RANHILL
RGB
RPB
SALCON
SAMCHEM
SAMUDRA
SANBUMI
SCICOM
SCOMI
SCOMIES
SEEHUP
SEG
SEM
SIME
SJC
SKPETRO
SOLID
STAR
SUIWAH
SUMATEC
SURIA
SYSCORP
TALIWRK
TASCO
TENAGA
TEXCHEM
TGOFFS
THHEAVY
TM
TMCLIFE
TNLOGIS
TOCEAN
TSTORE
TURBO
UMS
UMWOG
UNIMECH
UTUSAN
UZMA
VOIR
WARISAN
WIDETEC
WPRTS
XINHWA
YFG
YINSON
YONGTAI
YTL

3.540
0.245
0.850
1.160
1.200
0.570
0.430
1.190
0.140
0.210
2.400
1.550
4.390
8.300
2.420
0.410
3.030
0.065
0.245
7.750
0.970
3.140
0.005
0.325
6.590
0.745
0.970
1.560
0.245
0.355
0.280
1.910
0.270
1.390
4.310
1.060
0.545
0.160
0.445
0.275
0.570
1.710
2.420
1.660
0.155
6.240
0.765
2.420
1.200
1.440
0.725
0.680
2.030
0.990
7.650
2.230
0.350
0.075
0.160
0.235
2.050
0.700
0.080
0.680
0.840
1.930
0.090
1.960
0.450
0.550
0.830
1.050
0.085
1.180
1.540
0.225
0.155
1.620
23.340
0.055
5.600
0.145
0.225
3.050
2.000
2.350
0.950
0.170
0.365
0.640
0.810
0.420
0.115
2.270
0.145
0.200
1.070
1.180
1.600
7.700
0.740
1.420
1.380
2.580
2.400
0.095
1.930
0.335
1.440
1.520
14.580
1.570
0.295
0.170
6.800
0.875
1.660
0.385
2.600
0.810
2.680
0.890
1.110
0.470
1.790
0.700
2.200
0.415
4.420
1.000
0.035
3.010
1.110
1.670

0.010
113.8
UNCH
378
UNCH
90.7

UNCH
652.5
-0.005
60.1
0.005
557.1

-0.005
539.5

0.010
62.5
0.010
73
UNCH 3761.5
0.030 3247.7
0.050 3202.9

-0.050
71.7

-0.005
53.9
UNCH 1821.5
-0.025
382.7

UNCH 106145.1
UNCH 1290.8
0.060 4980.4
-0.005
21.9

-0.010
59.9
0.005
9.8
-0.025
3

-0.030
179.9
-0.005
54.8

-0.040
592
UNCH
129.6
0.010
181.4
0.015
4787
0.020 10960.2
UNCH
8

UNCH
221.2
0.020
236.7
0.020
5201
-0.005
528
0.090
1881
UNCH
474.7
UNCH
213.7
UNCH
15
0.020
209
-0.005
90

UNCH
896.1
-0.010
405.5
0.070 2455.3
0.010 1821.7
0.005
205.2
-0.005
922.4
UNCH
128.5
0.010 4569.8
0.070 5219.7

-0.005 5636.6

0.010 6125.5
0.010
289.9
UNCH
1835
-0.010
82.5
0.005
629.7
-0.005 1065.3
UNCH
679.4
-0.010
185.2
-0.015 32385.4
-0.010
74.7

UNCH 1598.1
UNCH
35
-0.010
332.7
0.160
359.3

0.005
335

0.050
562.9
-0.020
271.3
0.050
38.8
0.055 1435.1
-0.005
2859
-0.005
141.9
UNCH
1031
-0.010
100.5
-0.020
15.2
UNCH
5
0.010
6.4
UNCH
990.9
UNCH
59.5

UNCH
37
0.100 2132.6
0.100 11631.4

UNCH 5189.8
0.030
54.6
-0.010
73.3

UNCH 3993.6
-0.040
608
-0.005
23
0.030
851.6
-0.010
16.9
0.160 8108.7
UNCH
53.6
0.010
915.1
-0.020
68954
0.010 4682.3
0.010
231.5
UNCH
323.4

-0.010
13

-0.005
206.3
-0.040
98
-0.005
4
-0.040
396

0.020 3784.4
-0.010
75
-0.005
176.8
-0.010
226.9
-0.010
2210
UNCH 6527.8

3.536
0.245
0.855

1.200
0.570
0.431

0.143

2.391
1.553
4.392
8.244
2.409

3.040

0.248
7.754
0.973

0.005
0.322
6.571
0.753

1.564
0.243
0.355

1.918
0.270

4.311
1.058
0.537
0.157
0.441
0.275

1.709
2.400
1.656
0.155
6.156
0.761
2.415
1.200
1.432
0.722

2.052
0.988
7.652
2.240
0.343
0.076
0.155
0.233
2.038

0.085

0.846
1.923
0.090
1.964
0.440
0.553
0.828
1.047
0.091
1.176

0.229
0.155
1.636
23.305

0.145

3.030
2.016
2.336
0.947
0.171
0.370
0.643
0.811
0.402
0.115
2.270
0.150
0.200

1.178
1.573
7.658

1.413
1.368
2.592

0.096
1.944
0.335
1.429
1.520
14.506
1.570
0.298
0.177
6.799
0.873
1.659

0.819

0.895
1.112
0.470
1.802

4.413
0.999
0.035
3.002
1.131
1.670

16.51
3.79
9.76
9.28
8.61
5.23
22.87
9.89

28.30
62.50
23.50
34.33
13.20

16.24

6.86
17.80
7.01
14.40

54.28

8.26

10.19

32.83
3.91
4.52
400.00
66.42
25.23

9.37
16.77
3.39
8.86
24.73

14.05

11.66
3.19
20.30
6.26

10.83
26.80
6.31
10.27

4.02
42.62

42.11
13.20
14.92
16.43
4.50
24.72
15.96
9.17

8.29

9.98

15.41
28.86
1.20
20.54

25.98
59.52
3.75
20.88
9.71

26.64
110.53

19.47
10.14

4.95
43.38
35.09
21.30
26.71

39.54
15.65
30.00
16.38
4.25
279.17
20.66
9.93
12.80

28.55
86.63
8.69
74.04
28.29
15.52
6.47

14.62

28.41

17.15
25.39
11.47

13.35
231.25
19.00

4.24

4.12
3.45
0.63
4.39
1.40
4.20

3.45
0.65
1.62
0.42
2.07
1.46
4.95

3.23
2.58
4.78

0.46
3.36
3.09
2.24

4.71
1.85
1.44
1.64
3.77

1.12

4.09
6.20
4.22
4.52
3.21
1.31
2.89

6.94
6.22

3.76

4.25
1.70
1.71

0.59

1.47
0.71
3.11

4.44
3.80

3.57

1.69
1.30

1.08
2.57

4.82
4.21

3.84
1.88

2.94

3.13
3.70

3.52

4.21
11.02
1.44
3.25
1.35
0.95
1.88
6.98
2.50

3.63

5.56
2.96
1.99
9.55

3.15
0.16
3.01

1.44
6.17
2.24
1.12
3.15

2.11

3.18

2.96
1.50

0.66

5.69

2,943.9
173.7
197.7
150.8
364.8
302.0
206.6
212.0
147.5
26.8
3,081.6
2,144.0
26,068.0
31,125.2
727.0
96.8
612.6
5.2
39.2
19,265.2
388.4
215.1
61.5
382.6
54,246.3
132.6
70.3
218.4
37.2
70.3
35.3
530.4
60.0
138.5
4,570.5
528.9
80.6
64.4
247.6
49.9
132.0
468.9
3,479.4
8,300.0
163.4
46,864.1
765.0
945.5
110.2
1,597.2
1,223.2
28.6
815.9
1,584.0
34,148.0
6,790.5
56.9
56.9
469.2
804.3
4,928.6
42.1
69.1
69.9
665.5
894.1
92.1
458.6
126.0
339.1
907.9
347.8
73.9
379.7
1,198.8
275.1
30.4
1,209.1
23,187.2
2.8
1,452.5
95.4
11.3
1,637.9
968.0
235.0
843.9
224.3
313.4
433.7
110.2
78.1
26.0
806.9
278.0
468.4
55.9
882.8
1,973.4
48,718.5
30.0
8,508.9
228.8
1,905.5
146.4
367.3
556.2
402.0
1,741.7
304.0
82,283.9
194.8
112.6
190.6
25,554.0
1,516.3
698.4
15.8
178.1
87.5
109.0
1,924.2
142.7
52.0
520.8
92.4
147.8
18.6
15,072.2
180.0
21.3
3,289.3
178.0
18,026.0

AEONCR
AFFIN
AFG
ALLIANZ
ALLIANZ-PA
AMBANK
APEX
BIMB
BURSA
CIMB
ECM
ELKDESA
HLBANK
HLCAP
HLFG
HWANG
INSAS
INSAS-PA
JOHAN
KENANGA
LPI
MAA
MANULFE
MAYBANK
MBSB
MNRB
MPHBCAP
P&O
PBBANK

13.980
2.140
4.030
9.960
9.760
4.430
1.530
4.000
9.000
4.520
0.350
1.220
13.080
10.100
15.400
2.600
0.640
0.925
0.135
0.490
16.000
0.905
2.800
7.980
0.920
2.810
1.360
1.300
19.640

UNCH
162.9
0.020
96
0.020
357
-0.040
8.6

0.010 2053.5
UNCH
4
-0.050
2.2
UNCH 1117.1
0.100 21164.2

0.010
134.6
0.040
494.7

0.200
679.9
UNCH
503.5
UNCH
471.7
-0.005
11.4
UNCH
1681
-0.005
155.5
0.040
103.7
UNCH
196

-0.020 6602.6
0.075 199155.4
0.160
302.4
0.010
58.6
UNCH
45.4
0.060 2408.9

13.981
2.132
4.015
9.969

4.423
1.530
4.000
8.996
4.487

1.220
13.086

15.343
2.600
0.642
0.926
0.140
0.492
16.000
0.901

7.988
0.889
2.801
1.362
1.298
19.630

69.55
9.15
11.78
5.44

10.22
18.55
11.34
23.96
12.46
8.97
9.45
12.19
30.31
11.91
18.14
5.77

27.37
11.65
11.26
18.10
11.66
15.03

17.35
10.98
14.65

4.25
3.73
3.60
0.65
0.80
3.50
3.27
3.05
3.89
3.10

5.53
3.07
0.84
2.47
3.85
1.56
8.65

2.04
4.69
6.63
3.21
6.77
3.15

8.00
2.95

2,013.1
4,157.9
6,238.9
1,719.6
865.8
13,352.8
326.8
6,354.7
4,826.5
39,454.4
100.3
278.4
28,353.8
2,493.7
17,671.8
663.4
443.7
122.7
84.1
358.6
5,311.8
264.9
566.6
79,870.4
5,334.9
598.7
972.4
319.7
76,245.2

0
7
0
4
1
PROP
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
2
1
1
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
2
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
1
0
2
3
1
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
3
0
0
5
3
0
3
0
0
7
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
0
MINI
1
PLAN
0
18
9
1
0
8
0
7
1
11
0
1
1
2
3
0
0
5
24
3
3
0
1
1
0
2
4
0
1
0
4
3
0
4
2
0
1
1
2
6
27
HOTE
0
1
0
6
TECH
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
1
0
0
6
0
3
0
0
6
0
10
* Volu

Markets 2 7

T U E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET . ACE MARKET

AP
IL)
3.9
3.7
7.7
0.8
4.8
2.0
6.6
2.0
7.5
6.8
1.6
4.0
8.0
5.2
7.0
6.8
2.6
5.2
9.2
5.2
8.4
5.1
1.5
2.6
6.3
2.6
0.3
8.4
7.2
0.3
5.3
0.4
0.0
8.5
0.5
8.9
0.6
4.4
7.6
9.9
2.0
8.9
9.4
0.0
3.4
4.1
5.0
5.5
0.2
7.2
3.2
8.6
5.9
4.0
8.0
0.5
6.9
6.9
9.2
4.3
8.6
2.1
9.1
9.9
5.5
4.1
2.1
8.6
6.0
9.1
7.9
7.8
3.9
9.7
8.8
5.1
0.4
9.1
7.2
2.8
2.5
5.4
1.3
7.9
8.0
5.0
3.9
4.3
3.4
3.7
0.2
8.1
6.0
6.9
8.0
8.4
5.9
2.8
3.4
8.5
0.0
8.9
8.8
5.5
6.4
7.3
6.2
2.0
1.7
4.0
3.9
4.8
2.6
0.6
4.0
6.3
8.4
5.8
8.1
7.5
9.0
4.2
2.7
2.0
0.8
2.4
7.8
8.6
2.2
0.0
1.3
9.3
8.0
6.0
3.1
7.9
8.9
9.6
5.8
2.8
6.8
4.7
6.5
4.4
0.3
8.4
3.8
3.7
1.8
3.4
3.7
2.7
4.1
8.6
1.8
4.9
6.6
0.4
4.9
8.7
2.4
9.7
5.2

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

0.960 0.690
7.031 4.560
0.685 0.490
4.440 3.654
1.720 1.063
PROPERTIES
0.990 0.693
1.200 0.760
0.495 0.354
0.240 0.155
0.630 0.415
0.650 0.440
0.909 0.735
1.200 0.900
2.208 1.440
1.720 1.245
2.418 1.939
1.080 0.430
1.860 1.380
0.335 0.210
1.670 1.170
1.040 0.590
2.286 1.681
0.920 0.655
0.563 0.428
0.898 0.693
0.468 0.332
0.665 0.400
1.459 1.005
0.600 0.400
1.888 1.547
0.598 0.442
1.313 0.940
2.680 2.213
2.520 1.735
0.500 0.315
1.140 0.745
0.285 0.180
0.070 0.040
1.056 0.824
1.720 1.080
0.460 0.324
1.548 1.209
1.660 1.179
0.315 0.220
1.116 0.805
1.640 1.240
0.799 0.570
2.580 1.958
1.380 1.032
0.615 0.495
1.070 0.555
0.356 0.251
2.810 1.842
0.457 0.286
0.255 0.140
1.482 0.775
1.300 0.680
0.390 0.265
2.740 1.760
3.216 2.446
1.775 1.473
1.829 1.290
0.500 0.280
1.477 1.250
2.200 1.630
0.285 0.195
1.682 0.695
0.910 0.625
1.080 0.855
0.635 0.400
3.162 2.677
0.185 0.130
0.976 0.726
5.482 4.111
3.188 2.626
0.945 0.810
3.240 2.836
0.845 0.670
0.305 0.225
7.300 5.903
0.075 0.045
1.526 1.088
0.180 0.065
0.580 0.195
0.091 0.045
1.800 1.350
1.149 0.774
1.344 0.740
2.490 1.569
1.338 1.030
1.480 0.880
1.974 1.412
0.750 0.580
MINING
1.330 1.140
PLANTATIONS
0.367 0.182
18.197 16.414
9.478 7.782
1.536 1.032
0.813 0.620
8.711 7.410
0.550 0.380
7.988 6.777
1.990 1.151
11.516 8.462
0.687 0.514
1.510 0.973
1.020 0.790
2.490 1.881
3.746 2.947
0.735 0.593
0.785 0.545
5.040 3.622
24.609 19.224
3.569 2.891
3.600 2.146
0.645 0.345
1.700 1.160
1.750 1.500
0.979 0.770
2.838 1.922
4.652 3.720
0.350 0.190
1.220 0.800
0.675 0.465
4.080 3.442
3.300 2.653
0.825 0.450
4.967 3.500
2.062 1.654
0.793 0.499
1.490 1.060
1.750 1.150
2.217 1.712
6.124 5.207
27.900 23.977
HOTELS
0.675 0.497
1.230 0.735
0.345 0.205
6.135 4.800
TECHNOLOGY
0.890 0.600
0.345 0.185
0.175 0.090
0.430 0.250
0.255 0.130
0.235 0.150
0.267 0.166
1.747 1.138
1.949 0.514
2.056 1.149
1.190 0.710
0.305 0.190
0.289 0.210
6.696 2.750
0.695 0.510
3.912 2.174
0.170 0.100
0.851 0.542
6.950 3.355
0.250 0.060
10.480 5.449

0.760
5.050
0.500
4.100
1.660

0.750
4.980
0.495
4.050
1.640

9296
1066
4898
6139
5230

0.925
1.000
0.445
0.185

0.780
1.090
1.550

2.160
0.680
1.700
0.270
1.310
0.600
2.030

0.505
0.760
0.385
0.420
1.250

1.790
0.520

2.470
0.450
0.970
0.225
0.055

1.170
0.405
1.350
1.610
0.240
0.980
1.600
0.600
2.530
1.160
0.505
0.830
0.310
2.670
0.320
0.190
1.270

0.285
1.860
3.070
1.580
1.370
0.440
1.340
1.690

1.050
0.690

0.445
3.050
0.155
0.835
4.620
3.070
0.850
2.950
0.695
0.235
6.150
0.050
1.470
0.070
0.240
0.050
1.560
1.060
1.200
2.430
1.150

1.900
0.585

0.905
1.000
0.445
0.175

0.770
1.040
1.540

2.160
0.650
1.670
0.260
1.280
0.590
2.000

0.505
0.755
0.385
0.410
1.200

1.780
0.515

2.400
0.410
0.935
0.215
0.055

1.140
0.400
1.350
1.590
0.240
0.960
1.580
0.590
2.520
1.160
0.500
0.815
0.295
2.630
0.315
0.190
1.230

0.285
1.810
2.900
1.570
1.350
0.425
1.330
1.680

1.030
0.690

0.425
3.040
0.140
0.810
4.600
3.020
0.835
2.930
0.690
0.235
6.150
0.045
1.430
0.070
0.240
0.045
1.550
1.040
1.100
2.410
1.150

1.900
0.585

1007
5959
1007PA
4057
6602
9814
3239
5738
6718
5049
5355
3484
3417
3557
8206
6076
8613
6815
6041
5020
9962
1147
1503
7010
5062
4251
5084
1597
5249
5175
1589
6769
3115
7323
5038
3174
8494
5789
3573
7617
8583
6181
5236
5182
5040
1694
8141
6114
8893
6548
1651
9539
3913
5073
5827
5053
1724
6912
1945
5075
2208
4596
5207
2224
4286
6017
4375
5213
1783
8664
3743
5211
1538
5158
2305
2259
5191
2429
7889
7079
5239
5401
5148
5200
2976
7003
3158
2577

1.190

1.170

2186

KUCHAI

0.240
18.000
8.510
1.480
0.655

0.440
7.800
1.960
10.560
0.540
1.480

2.410
3.370
0.700
0.630
4.480
23.400

0.575

0.800

0.210

0.490
3.640

0.600
3.560

0.700
1.080
1.720
1.870
5.660
26.900

0.230
17.800
8.500
1.460
0.645

0.430
7.800
1.920
10.520
0.530
1.480

2.400
3.250
0.700
0.630
4.340
23.220

0.560

0.800

0.200

0.475
3.640

0.560
3.500

0.680
1.070
1.720
1.860
5.640
26.540

7054
1899
5069
5254
8982
1929
3948
5029
5222
2291
7382
2135
7501
5138
2216
2607
6262
1961
2445
2453
5027
1996
6572
4936
5026
5047
2038
1902
9695
5113
2542
2569
4316
5126
5135
2054
5112
5251
9059
2593
2089

AASIA
BKAWAN
BLDPLNT
BPLANT
CEPAT
CHINTEK
DUTALND
FAREAST
FGV
GENP
GLBHD
GOPENG
HARNLEN
HSPLANT
IJMPLNT
INCKEN
INNO
IOICORP
KLK
KLUANG
KMLOONG
KRETAM
KWANTAS
MALPAC
MHC
NPC
NSOP
PINEPAC
PLS
RSAWIT
RVIEW
SBAGAN
SHCHAN
SOP
SWKPLNT
TDM
THPLANT
TMAKMUR
TSH
UMCCA
UTDPLT

0.800
0.260
5.250

0.745
0.250
5.200

5592
1643
1287
5517

GCE
LANDMRK
PMHLDG
SHANG

0.215
0.145
0.355
0.155
0.165
0.230
1.520
1.520
1.780
0.930
0.270
0.215
2.900
0.520
3.110
0.140
0.595
6.710
0.140
8.200

0.205
0.130
0.340
0.150
0.155
0.215
1.500
1.500
1.710
0.920
0.255
0.210
2.810
0.520
3.080
0.125
0.590
6.400
0.135
8.120

7031
5195
0051
7204
8338
0029
4456
5162
0065
0090
0021
0082
0056
7022
5028
0166
9393
5161
9334
0143
3867

AMTEL
CENSOF
CUSCAPI
D&O
DATAPRP
DIGISTA
DNEX
ECS
EFORCE
ELSOFT
GHLSYS
GPACKET
GRANFLO
GTRONIC
HTPADU
INARI
ITRONIC
JCY
KESM
KEYASIC
MPI

* Volume Weighted Average Price

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

RCECAP
RHBBANK
TA
TAKAFUL
TUNEPRO

0.750
5.010
0.495
4.100
1.650

UNCH
0.010
UNCH
0.040
0.010

45.5
2066.2
429.5
235.3
358.2

0.751
5.003
0.497
4.096
1.646

6.08
8.62

20.55
16.52

4.67
2.40
1.11
3.50
3.03

255.9
20,090.3
847.4
3,362.7
1,240.4

AMPROP
A&M
AMPROP-PA
ASIAPAC
BCB
BERTAM
BJASSET
CHHB
CRESNDO
CVIEW
DAIMAN
DBHD
E&O
ECOFIRS
ECOWLD
ENCORP
ENRA
EUPE
FARLIM
GLOMAC
GMUTUAL
GOB
GUOCO
HOOVER
HUAYANG
IBHD
IBRACO
IGB
IOIPG
IVORY
IWCITY
JKGLAND
KBUNAI
KEN
KSL
L&G
LBICAP
LBS
LIENHOE
MAGNA
MAHSING
MALTON
MATRIX
MCT
MEDAINC
MENANG
MJPERAK
MKH
MKLAND
MPCORP
MRCB
MUH
MUIPROP
NAIM
OIB
OSK
PARAMON
PASDEC
PJDEV
PLENITU
PTGTIN
SAPRES
SBCCORP
SDRED
SEAL
SHL
SMI
SNTORIA
SPB
SPSETIA
SUNSURIA
SUNWAY
SYMLIFE
TAGB
TAHPS
TALAMT
TAMBUN
TANCO
THRIVEN
TIGER
TITIJYA
TROP
UEMS
UOADEV
WINGTM
Y&G
YNHPROP
YTLLAND

0.925
1.000
0.445
0.185
0.425
0.495
0.780
1.090
1.540
1.420
2.160
0.680
1.670
0.270
1.300
0.600
2.030
0.745
0.505
0.760
0.385
0.410
1.250
0.430
1.790
0.520
1.030
2.560
2.400
0.430
0.940
0.215
0.055
0.940
1.150
0.405
1.350
1.610
0.240
0.980
1.580
0.600
2.520
1.160
0.505
0.815
0.295
2.640
0.315
0.190
1.260
0.690
0.285
1.860
3.070
1.570
1.360
0.425
1.330
1.690
0.260
1.040
0.690
0.930
0.445
3.040
0.145
0.835
4.610
3.060
0.840
2.930
0.695
0.235
6.150
0.050
1.470
0.070
0.240
0.050
1.550
1.060
1.130
2.420
1.150
0.940
1.900
0.585

0.010
UNCH
UNCH
0.010

0.005
-0.010
UNCH

UNCH
0.010
-0.020
UNCH
0.020
UNCH
UNCH

0.005
0.010
UNCH
-0.005
UNCH

UNCH
-0.005

-0.070
0.015
0.005
-0.005
UNCH

UNCH
0.005
-0.030
0.010
-0.005
-0.020
-0.010
UNCH
UNCH
0.010
UNCH
-0.005
UNCH
-0.030
-0.005
0.005
0.040

UNCH
0.030
UNCH
UNCH
-0.010
-0.005
-0.010
UNCH

UNCH
UNCH

0.025
UNCH
0.010
UNCH
0.010
0.010
-0.005
-0.020
0.005
UNCH
UNCH
0.005
0.030
UNCH
-0.005
0.005
UNCH
0.020
0.020
UNCH
0.050

-0.010
UNCH

179.4
12
2.8
5127.6

22
20.5
70.4

20.2
21.1
823
967.5
799.3
10.5
2.1

10
65
20.2
427.1
42.3

183.5
177.9

2046.4
551.7
2288.2
213
438.5

270
1203.3
101
337.3
6.7
23
1374
1881.6
23.6
5
96
537.4
29
264.4
350.2
60
9329.3

20
148.4
0.9
37.8
139.1
263
29
9

77.9
39.1

13
15.5
964.2
7.9
7.5
1335.2
187.7
246.8
115
267
1
159.5
670
1
181.3
1210
2719.1
1011.2
24667
470.9
0.2

3
58.3

0.916
6.88
1.000 16.47
0.445

0.178
2.49

5.74
15.33
0.775 50.65
1.057

1.540 26.51

8.19
2.160 17.16
0.665

1.677 56.04
0.265 11.79
1.292 36.31
0.591

2.001 31.52
33.71
0.505
4.02
0.759
6.80
0.385
8.42
0.414
4.81
1.234
4.22

1.789
4.54
0.518 10.16
11.69
16.67
2.415
8.51
0.433 18.14
0.954 361.54
0.219
7.65
0.055

7.24
1.147
4.93
0.401
4.62
1.350
8.19
1.604 10.71
0.240

0.975
2.18
1.590 11.00
0.597
7.78
2.526 11.19
1.160 11.81
0.505

0.823 16.07
0.300
6.70
2.649
6.80
0.320 12.80
0.190

1.252 22.42

5.49
0.285 356.25
1.840 25.00
2.957 14.19
1.575
3.29
1.368 10.60
0.430

1.339 10.67
1.681
4.23

9.15
1.042 945.45
0.690 12.06

9.20
0.435

3.049
8.71
0.148

0.813 13.11
4.607
3.20
3.050 10.06
0.847 15.41
2.940
7.51
0.695 14.88
0.235

6.150 22.35
0.047

1.454
6.57
0.070

0.240 18.60
0.045

1.558
7.65
1.050
8.12
1.154 24.73
2.420
8.35
1.150 11.13
10.35
1.900 50.94
0.585 24.27

3.24
1.50
4.49
1.62

1.28

3.25
4.93
2.31

1.20

1.48

3.96
5.59
5.19

1.60

7.26
2.50
3.40
3.91
2.50

1.40

3.19
6.09
4.94
3.70
2.17

8.16
4.11
5.00
6.01
1.72

7.25
2.65
9.52

1.98

1.88
2.61
3.18
6.07

5.64
2.66

2.88
0.67
2.69

6.58

2.40
2.60
7.08

3.75
2.88
1.40
1.63

6.12

2.90
6.60
1.42
6.20
2.61
9.31

557.5
365.1
130.9
183.6
175.3
102.3
868.2
300.5
431.9
142.0
458.3
210.4
2,108.1
206.9
3,073.5
167.2
276.5
95.4
70.9
553.1
144.6
186.4
875.6
17.2
472.6
516.6
511.3
3,493.9
10,616.7
210.7
692.5
163.0
317.7
180.2
1,172.2
444.5
102.2
972.9
86.8
326.2
3,806.9
269.0
1,424.6
1,548.3
248.7
217.7
75.8
1,107.3
380.3
54.7
2,377.1
38.9
217.8
465.0
444.8
2,202.5
575.2
87.5
703.4
644.8
90.0
145.2
162.0
396.3
98.5
736.1
30.4
408.4
1,584.1
8,621.9
671.0
5,993.9
215.5
1,250.6
460.3
211.0
627.0
23.4
90.4
69.5
568.3
1,534.3
5,127.3
3,950.6
560.0
187.4
838.7
493.9

1.190

0.010

32.6

0.230
17.800
8.500
1.480
0.650
8.000
0.440
7.800
1.950
10.560
0.540
1.480
0.820
2.400
3.330
0.700
0.630
4.400
23.220
3.250
3.330
0.570
1.220
1.600
0.800
2.290
3.910
0.200
0.990
0.485
3.640
3.020
0.600
3.500
1.800
0.695
1.080
1.720
1.870
5.650
26.540

-0.010
-0.200
-0.010
0.020
0.005

0.005
0.020
UNCH
0.040
0.005
-0.010

-0.020
0.040
UNCH
0.015
-0.050
0.100

UNCH

UNCH

-0.010

0.010
-0.060

0.045
-0.040

0.010
0.010
UNCH
0.010
UNCH
-0.660

127
6
1
93
56.7

102.1
2
7845.6
589.4
28
82

16
39.1
3.3
20
7734.2
667.6

508.1

90

430
3

12.1
41.5

1326.5
579.8
131.5
5
66.5
8.1

0.550
0.765
0.260
5.250

0.015
-0.005
0.030

375.4
30
57

0.757
0.257
5.212

0.750
0.205
0.140
0.340
0.155
0.155
0.215
1.500
1.500
1.750
0.925
0.255
0.215
2.840
0.520
3.090
0.140
0.590
6.690
0.135
8.170

-0.010 1118.6
UNCH 2262.6
-0.010 1399.5
UNCH
92
UNCH 6784.6
-0.005 35877.1
UNCH
301.1
-0.010
170.8
UNCH
146.6
UNCH
180.5
UNCH 19555.5
0.005
550
0.020
826.6
-0.030
1.2
-0.010 2584.7
0.005
33.3
UNCH
702.5
0.310
298.4
UNCH 1197.1
0.070
161.2

0.210
0.139
0.345
0.153
0.159
0.222
1.504
1.508
1.732
0.925
0.262
0.210
2.853
0.520
3.091
0.135
0.591
6.588
0.137
8.179

# PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share

0.71

147.3

0.234

17.876
9.92
8.505 227.88
1.469 20.79
0.650 32.83
32.71
0.431 89.80
7.800 15.63
1.947

10.532 50.00
0.536
1.85
1.480 202.74

2.406 20.96
3.345 121.09
0.700

0.630 14.65
4.391 30.28
23.240 17.70
40.78
14.51
0.567

0.800 64.52

6.71
52.20
0.206

0.482

3.640 41.46
35.16
0.595

3.522 14.27
38.30
0.691 13.76
1.073 19.78
1.720 14.53
1.864

5.650 19.82
26.727 17.97

1.184

1.57
2.81
0.24
9.46
2.31
2.00

3.21
2.05
0.52
1.85
2.70
9.76
3.33
1.50
1.67

1.82
1.94
0.31
3.90

1.88
0.44
1.53

1.65
0.66

1.43
4.17
1.73
1.85
8.72
1.07
2.83
1.51

151.8
7,759.9
794.8
2,368.0
207.0
730.9
372.3
1,102.8
7,113.9
8,360.4
120.4
265.4
152.1
1,920.0
2,932.3
294.5
301.2
28,432.0
24,787.5
205.3
1,038.3
1,121.5
380.2
120.0
157.2
274.8
274.5
30.0
323.4
688.0
236.1
200.3
69.0
1,546.3
504.0
1,029.8
954.6
684.8
2,515.9
1,182.1
5,523.9

18.78

3.64

2.67

108.4
367.8
241.5
2,310.0

75.00

29.31

10.80
10.24
43.60
13.84
52.86

12.80
17.22
56.52
19.34

8.42
8.69

10.13

4.47
4.00
2.00
4.57

2.33
3.87
3.85
2.29

11.44
0.45

2.82

37.0
102.8
61.0
336.0
65.3
78.9
365.7
270.0
310.2
317.0
603.2
176.1
103.9
800.5
52.6
2,956.0
14.4
1,224.9
287.8
112.6
1,714.8

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

1.400 0.845 1.270


1.240
0.485 0.365 0.410
0.400
0.691 0.410 0.505
0.500
0.335 0.210 0.270
0.265
1.070 0.560 1.070
1.000
0.475 0.235 0.320
0.320
0.110 0.035 0.085
0.080
2.770 1.498 2.610
2.490
4.000 2.654 3.910
3.870
0.830 0.615 0.645
0.635
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
5.648 4.252 4.980
4.940
5.970 4.232 5.870
5.810
1.950 0.985 1.140
1.100
0.575 0.335 0.400
0.380
7.924 5.408 7.610
7.490
1.600 1.380 1.410
1.390
CLOSED-END FUNDS
2.380 2.100 2.280
2.270
EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
1.116 1.035

1.770 1.550 1.680


1.680
1.425 1.015 1.225
1.215
1.785 1.580

1.010 0.900 0.983


0.982
1.015 0.850 0.925
0.924
1.175 0.990 1.085
1.085
1.075 0.940 1.030
1.025
REITS
1.050 0.875 1.040
1.040
1.640 1.243

1.112 0.881 1.030


1.030
0.785 0.672 0.775
0.770
0.935 0.730 0.930
0.920
1.090 0.956 1.090
1.070
1.850 1.463 1.800
1.790
1.560 1.167 1.550
1.540
1.570 1.321 1.570
1.560
1.687 1.169 1.640
1.590
7.880 6.718 7.880
7.620
1.260 0.954 1.260
1.240
1.900 1.346 1.870
1.830
1.770 1.376 1.740
1.690
1.240 1.045 1.240
1.240
1.740 1.349 1.700
1.690
1.130 0.936 1.130
1.120
SPAC
0.705 0.660 0.685
0.685
0.695 0.595 0.680
0.680
0.475 0.420 0.465
0.460

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

5011
0083
9008
0041
7160
9075
0118
5005
0097
0008

MSNIAGA
NOTION
OMESTI
PANPAGE
PENTA
THETA
TRIVE
UNISEM
VITROX
WILLOW

1.250
0.410
0.500
0.270
1.060
0.320
0.085
2.520
3.910
0.645

-0.040
0.005
-0.005
0.010
0.060
UNCH
UNCH
-0.030
UNCH
UNCH

35.9
121.6
48.3
270
8875.2
7
11560
5888.4
49.5
101

1.249
0.405
0.501
0.266
1.037
0.320
0.084
2.542
3.907
0.643

36.61

41.54
8.77
6.23

10.68
18.03
9.38

3.57
0.51
3.10

75.5
110.9
213.4
65.2
155.4
34.3
102.7
1,849.3
916.0
160.0

6947
6645
6807
5078
5031
6742

DIGI
LITRAK
PUNCAK
SILKHLD
TIMECOM
YTLPOWR

4.960
5.860
1.130
0.390
7.600
1.410

UNCH
0.050
0.040
-0.005
0.050
0.010

5400.3
296.7
3510
3385.3
187.3
1190.6

4.955
5.852
1.129
0.386
7.557
1.406

24.12
17.51

9.75
11.95

4.13
4.27

0.88
7.09

38,564.0
3,072.9
507.7
273.6
4,395.0
11,423.3

5108

ICAP

2.270

UNCH

26

2.279

14.88

317.8

0800EA
0822EA
0823EA
0820EA
0826EA
0825EA
0821EA
0824EA

ABFMY1
CIMBA40
CIMBC50
FBMKLCI-EA
METFAPA
METFSID
MYETFDJ
MYETFID

1.115
1.680
1.220
1.730
0.983
0.925
1.085
1.030

-0.035
0.010

0.007
0.007
0.005
0.005

20
41

16
30
5
6

1.680
1.220

0.982
0.924
1.085
1.026

5.09
3.90

1.45

2.32
2.18
3.06

2,024.2
2.3
15.1
2.9
18.7
49.0
302.8
53.1

4952
5116
5269
5120
5127
5130
5106
5180
5121
5227
5235SS
5123
5212
5176
5111
5110
5109

AHP
ALAQAR
ALSREIT
AMFIRST
ARREIT
ATRIUM
AXREIT
CMMT
HEKTAR
IGBREIT
KLCC
MQREIT
PAVREIT
SUNREIT
TWRREIT
UOAREIT
YTLREIT

1.040
1.620
1.030
0.775
0.925
1.090
1.800
1.550
1.560
1.630
7.660
1.250
1.870
1.700
1.240
1.700
1.120

-0.010

UNCH
0.005
-0.005
0.010
UNCH
UNCH
-0.010
-0.020
-0.090
0.010
0.050
-0.040
0.010
UNCH
UNCH

6
22.7
305.6
121.5
55.4
3814
40.9
3140.1
204.2
159.7
265.3
620
1
58.3
400

1.040
8.12
16.79
1.030 40.39
0.771
7.77
0.925
8.68
1.081 11.71
1.799 19.25
1.550 17.07
1.565 213.70
1.611 22.03
7.762 12.20
1.247 11.94
1.851 19.91
1.703
8.92
1.240 12.39
1.692
6.54
1.121 26.54

6.25
4.75
1.17
6.58
7.10
5.28
4.61
5.28
6.73
4.99
4.59
6.83
4.44
5.36
5.59
6.42
7.04

104.0
1,179.7
597.4
532.0
530.2
132.8
1,989.3
3,143.9
625.0
5,685.9
13,828.9
826.7
5,647.0
5,004.7
347.8
718.9
1,483.3

CLIQ
REACH
SONA

0.685
0.680
0.465

UNCH
UNCH
UNCH

167
687.5
1719.6

0.685
0.680
0.464

432.2
868.9
656.0

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

5234
5256
5241

Ace Market
YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.450 0.225 0.380
0.320 0.095 0.305
0.389 0.225 0.255
0.070 0.035 0.035
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
0.338 0.172 0.245
0.095 0.045

0.610 0.315 0.380


0.251 0.080 0.095
0.655 0.260 0.605
0.880 0.340 0.365
0.125 0.070 0.085
0.220 0.110

0.145 0.085 0.105


0.180 0.120 0.150
0.150 0.050 0.055
0.500 0.293 0.355
0.195 0.105 0.160
0.190 0.080 0.090
0.055 0.040 0.050
0.155 0.085 0.115
0.210 0.120 0.155
0.250 0.110 0.130
0.263 0.166 0.210
TECHNOLOGY
0.260 0.100 0.200
0.615 0.270 0.350
0.205 0.100 0.140
1.230 0.210

0.015 0.005

1.310 0.710 1.160


0.080 0.040 0.040
0.090 0.020 0.035
0.150 0.060 0.075
0.355 0.190 0.260
0.095 0.045 0.060
3.150 1.010 1.070
0.055 0.035

0.125 0.080 0.095


0.155 0.055 0.060
1.051 0.452 0.550
0.150 0.035 0.055
0.275 0.130 0.145
0.854 0.523

1.340 0.355 1.270


0.340 0.180 0.220
0.080 0.040 0.045
0.255 0.100 0.215
0.325 0.080 0.160
0.265 0.050 0.240
0.970 0.470

1.880 0.805 1.520


0.588 0.281 0.505
0.135 0.060 0.100
0.075 0.055 0.060
0.759 0.450 0.655
0.295 0.175

0.300 0.180 0.200


0.195 0.075 0.105
1.058 0.599 0.820
0.060 0.025 0.030
0.095 0.050 0.055
0.155 0.085 0.100
0.872 0.520 0.585
0.405 0.270 0.405
0.730 0.165 0.275
0.110 0.035 0.065
0.305 0.150 0.175
0.140 0.060 0.070
0.728 0.313

0.090 0.010

0.595 0.270 0.300


0.160 0.055 0.060
0.370 0.160 0.175
0.130 0.065 0.100
0.298 0.173 0.250

0.180 0.080
0.265 0.140 0.160
0.165 0.100 0.160
0.225 0.140 0.205
0.370 0.075 0.290
0.140 0.065 0.095
0.335 0.025

0.195 0.105 0.115


0.570 0.451 0.540
TRADING SERVICES
0.300 0.150

0.135 0.095

0.070 0.035 0.045


0.390 0.191 0.380
0.275 0.180

0.760 0.300

0.475 0.260 0.335


0.250 0.155

0.600 0.350 0.415


0.240 0.140 0.175
0.245 0.130 0.185
0.330 0.250

0.303 0.168 0.245


0.020 0.005 0.015
0.370 0.140 0.195
0.730 0.350 0.390
0.745 0.480 0.600
2.322 1.659

0.254 0.165 0.230


0.500 0.325

0.055 0.030 0.030


1.490 0.446 1.360
0.195 0.100

0.705 0.110 0.150


FINANCE
0.530 0.390 0.400

DAY
LOW

CODE

COUNTER

0.375
0.295
0.230
0.035

0179
0170
0148
0095

BIOHLDG
KANGER
SUNZEN
XINGHE

0.375
0.305
0.235
0.035

-0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch

1471.9
1355.1
333.1
140

0.375
0.297
0.236
0.035

25.51
17.53

1.42

1.96
2.86

187.5
243.5
112.6
82.2

0.240

0.345
0.095
0.580
0.355
0.080

0.095
0.135
0.050
0.345
0.150
0.085
0.045
0.115
0.155
0.120
0.190

0105
0072
0163
0102
0100
0175
0160
0162
0024
0025
0070
0049
0038
0133
0109
0001
0028
0055
0084

ASIAPLY
AT
CAREPLS
CONNECT
ESCERAM
HHGROUP
HHHCORP
IJACOBS
JAG
LNGRES
MQTECH
OCNCASH
PTB
SANICHI
SCBUILD
SCOMNET
SCOPE
SERSOL
TECFAST

0.240
0.050
0.375
0.095
0.585
0.365
0.085
0.165
0.100
0.150
0.055
0.355
0.150
0.085
0.045
0.115
0.155
0.125
0.205

-0.005 1051.5

0.035 18142.5
Unch 1177.8
-0.005 2155.9
0.015
589.4
0.005
890

0.005
8818
0.015 1888.1
Unch
50
Unch
520.3
0.010 2665.9
Unch
8475
-0.005
273.3
Unch
309.9
-0.010
60
Unch
440.7
0.020
791

0.241

0.361
0.095
0.588
0.361
0.080

0.100
0.146
0.053
0.350
0.154
0.088
0.045
0.115
0.155
0.124
0.200

10.34

31.51
7.98
16.71
55.30

10.35
13.89
8.25

9.58

13.67

2.50

0.80

0.90

5.00

1.97

3.48

2.44

63.8
21.7
164.0
23.2
120.2
112.7
28.3
22.4
114.4
36.3
15.3
79.2
22.6
73.0
39.6
27.9
86.1
26.9
35.1

0.190
0.335
0.130

1.090
0.040
0.030
0.075
0.245
0.055
1.050

0.090
0.055
0.535
0.050
0.140

1.230
0.205
0.045
0.210
0.155
0.230

1.500
0.480
0.095
0.055
0.645

0.190
0.100
0.805
0.025
0.050
0.100
0.575
0.380
0.265
0.065
0.170
0.065

0.290
0.055
0.165
0.090
0.245

0.155
0.150
0.200
0.275
0.090

0.115
0.535

0018
0181
0119
0068
0039
0098
0152
0131
0154
0107
0116
0104
0045
0074
0174
0023
0094
0010
0146
0127
0111
0036
0176
0017
0075
0155
0126
0112
0085
0034
0113
0103
0156
0092
0108
0020
0096
0026
0035
0040
0079
0005
0123
0007
0106
0135
0178
0060
0117
0169
0093
0129
0050
0132
0120
0069
0066
0141
0086
0009

ACCSOFT
AEMULUS
APPASIA
ASDION
ASIAEP
BAHVEST
DGB
DGSB
EAH
EDUSPEC
FOCUS
GENETEC
GNB
GOCEAN
IDMENSN
IFCAMSC
INIX
IRIS
JFTECH
JHM
K1
KGROUP
KRONO
M3TECH
MEXTER
MGRC
MICROLN
MIKROMB
MLAB
MMAG
MMSV
MNC
MPAY
MTOUCHE
N2N
NETX
NEXGRAM
NOVAMSC
OPCOM
OPENSYS
ORION
PALETTE
PRIVA
PUC
REXIT
SCN
SEDANIA
SKH
SMRT
SMTRACK
SOLUTN
SRIDGE
SYSTECH
TDEX
VIS
VIVOCOM
VSOLAR
WINTONI
YGL
YTLE

0.200
0.335
0.135
0.215
0.010
1.150
0.040
0.035
0.075
0.255
0.060
1.060
0.040
0.090
0.060
0.540
0.050
0.140
0.590
1.260
0.205
0.045
0.215
0.155
0.240
0.500
1.500
0.495
0.095
0.060
0.650
0.250
0.190
0.100
0.820
0.030
0.055
0.100
0.575
0.405
0.275
0.065
0.175
0.065
0.515
0.010
0.290
0.060
0.175
0.095
0.245
0.095
0.155
0.155
0.205
0.290
0.090
0.025
0.115
0.540

Unch
-0.005
0.010

0.060
Unch
Unch
Unch
0.010
0.005
Unch

-0.005
0.005
0.005
Unch
-0.005

0.020
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch

-0.020
0.015
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005

Unch
Unch
-0.010
0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.005
0.030
0.010
-0.005
Unch
-0.005

-0.010
-0.005
0.005
0.010
0.005

-0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.010
Unch

Unch
Unch

114
1610.5
1564.9

1286.4
36
11387.8
1133.5
660
1262.2
33

2403
518.2
3838.7
612
5046

232.6
3075.4
111
973.6
11123.6
3378.2

111.6
4678.6
147
747.2
522.7

2251.4
146.2
9.6
675.8
1388.3
158
229.6
12544.4
349.5
702.2
770
511.4

798.9
7512.1
851.3
13604
1420.8

612.2
1931.6
46
33088.9
1651.5

80
316.7

0.193
0.342
0.136

1.140
0.040
0.035
0.075
0.252
0.055
1.060

0.090
0.058
0.542
0.054
0.144

1.244
0.212
0.045
0.214
0.156
0.236

1.516
0.498
0.099
0.060
0.648

0.195
0.101
0.808
0.028
0.054
0.100
0.578
0.395
0.270
0.065
0.170
0.065

0.293
0.059
0.169
0.095
0.245

0.158
0.155
0.203
0.284
0.094

0.115
0.540

29.85
25.97

31.82

21.07

8.45
26.67

38.03

42.75
20.86
9.58

9.15

22.42
166.67
16.07

17.06

100.00
36.61

4.33
100.00
12.47
23.01

5.80
38.89
50.00
13.10

12.01

39.74
193.75

20.00

20.93

1.85

1.69

2.44

2.22

3.08

2.44

3.48
2.17

1.14

3.88

2.73

1.29

7.41

128.1
147.0
38.0
25.0
8.1
501.9
19.6
47.5
111.8
231.7
46.6
37.3
11.6
23.7
29.7
328.5
20.9
314.6
74.3
155.9
96.9
33.3
51.0
91.8
47.2
47.1
251.1
151.4
17.8
57.2
106.0
23.6
135.0
23.2
390.6
37.5
103.6
68.3
92.7
120.6
36.6
20.8
97.7
70.4
97.5
2.0
58.0
33.3
50.0
32.9
74.5
11.5
49.2
64.0
22.7
750.3
30.0
12.8
22.3
729.0

0.040
0.365

0.330

0.400
0.175
0.180

0.245
0.005
0.185
0.380
0.570

0.220

0.030
1.300

0.145

0122
0048
0150
0011
0157
0147
0180
0167
0081
0153
0177
0006
0171
0110
0080
0032
0173
0158
0161
0137
0140
0089
0145
0165

AIM
ANCOMLB
ASIABIO
BTECH
FOCUSP
INNITY
KTC
MCLEAN
MEGASUN
OVERSEA
PASUKGB
PINEAPP
PLABS
RA
RAYA
REDTONE
REV
SCC
SCH
STEMLFE
STERPRO
TEXCYCL
TFP
XOX

0.195
0.095
0.045
0.370
0.225
0.530
0.335
0.170
0.415
0.175
0.185
0.300
0.245
0.010
0.190
0.380
0.590
1.880
0.220
0.490
0.030
1.350
0.135
0.145

Unch
0.005

0.005

0.015
Unch
Unch

0.005
0.005
Unch
-0.015
0.055

-0.005

-0.005
0.050

Unch

138.2
718.9

1273.1

76
20
391.1

5
22101
424
162
18

2703.8

120
392.9

6515.9

72.22

0.041

0.372 16.89

26.11
0.333 39.88
13.49
0.410 17.89
0.175

0.182 68.52

0.245 14.08
0.010

0.188

0.383

0.592 23.14
12.48
0.224 66.67

0.030

1.337 29.09
122.73
0.150 12.39

3.41
4.44

1.71

2.86

0.53

2.66
6.82

0.56

51.9
45.0
42.9
93.2
37.1
73.4
170.9
30.4
78.8
42.9
60.0
14.6
50.7
9.7
27.3
287.8
79.4
80.4
90.7
121.3
29.7
230.6
27.7
80.7

0.400

0053

OSKVI

0.400

-0.005

0.3

0.400

5.00

79.0

28 Markets

T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

TUE

B U R S A M A L AY S I A E Q U I T Y D E R I VAT I V E S

Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives


Main Market & Ace Market Warrants
YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

0.105
0.105
0.340
0.150
0.150
0.455
0.390
0.390
0.385
0.215
0.345
0.205
0.125
0.040
0.105
0.100
0.095
0.135
0.175
0.180
0.150
0.195
0.210
0.425
0.265
0.105
0.160
0.060
0.065
0.115
0.135
0.285
0.330
0.180
1.330
0.505
0.150
0.170
0.290
0.160
0.230
0.155
0.160
0.055
0.080
0.055
0.245
0.450
0.225
0.105
0.090
0.095
0.110
0.255
0.420
0.105
0.110
0.250
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.115
0.135
0.145
0.105
0.165
0.260
0.090
0.200
0.515
0.240
1.480
0.815
0.065
0.840
0.625
0.860
0.230
0.285
0.190
0.200
0.045
0.090
0.110
0.080
0.070
0.160
0.155
0.215
0.125
0.210
0.140
0.220
0.355
0.115
0.675
0.160
0.350
0.365
0.390
0.270
0.215
0.185
0.255
0.185
1.280
0.120
0.280
3.200
0.220
0.220
0.190
0.465
2.380
0.200
0.265
0.050
0.180
0.460
0.120
1.510
0.190

0.075
0.090
0.035
0.005
0.060
0.060
0.110
0.125
0.190
0.130
0.230
0.130
0.070
0.010
0.040
0.040
0.015
0.055
0.095
0.095
0.040
0.095
0.080
0.225
0.090
0.020
0.095
0.005
0.035
0.065
0.060
0.040
0.080
0.170
0.410
0.255
0.025
0.050
0.050
0.135
0.180
0.115
0.040
0.035
0.020
0.005
0.125
0.255
0.005
0.030
0.045
0.045
0.065
0.115
0.200
0.030
0.005
0.020
0.020
0.030
0.065
0.015
0.010
0.060
0.045
0.130
0.110
0.025
0.080
0.340
0.115
0.250
0.390
0.020
0.180
0.300
0.220
0.060
0.085
0.055
0.070
0.025
0.070
0.070
0.055
0.050
0.020
0.040
0.105
0.050
0.110
0.060
0.145
0.235
0.115
0.060
0.030
0.060
0.170
0.145
0.165
0.170
0.090
0.130
0.110
0.805
0.010
0.085
1.500
0.075
0.060
0.100
0.295
0.530
0.065
0.120
0.025
0.060
0.170
0.010
0.625
0.017

0.090
0.095
0.290
0.015
0.110
0.440
0.375
0.370
0.365
0.200
0.325
0.200
0.125
0.030
0.055
0.070
0.025
0.080
0.150
0.110
0.100
0.135
0.135
0.310
0.100
0.030
0.125
0.005
0.050
0.105
0.060
0.050
0.115
0.180
1.110
0.375
0.050
0.065
0.065
0.160
0.220
0.130
0.050
0.045
0.050
0.005
0.245
0.320
0.010
0.045
0.065
0.095
0.075
0.115
0.230
0.050
0.045
0.250
0.140
0.205
0.210
0.030
0.010
0.075
0.065
0.160
0.210
0.040
0.115
0.380
0.130
1.110
0.560
0.020
0.655
0.370
0.260
0.165
0.180
0.095
0.100
0.030
0.080
0.090
0.070
0.070
0.020
0.045
0.105
0.050
0.120
0.065
0.150
0.235
0.115
0.310
0.145
0.320
0.350
0.365
0.265
0.205
0.105
0.165
0.115
1.220
0.020
0.265
2.700
0.090
0.065
0.120
0.315
1.700
0.160
0.150
0.030
0.110
0.315
0.025
0.945
0.055

0.085
0.095
0.280
0.010
0.105
0.435
0.365
0.355
0.355
0.200
0.315
0.195
0.105
0.030
0.050
0.060
0.025
0.075
0.145
0.110
0.095
0.125
0.135
0.300
0.100
0.025
0.125
0.005
0.050
0.100
0.060
0.050
0.110
0.180
1.100
0.350
0.050
0.060
0.065
0.145
0.210
0.130
0.050
0.040
0.040
0.005
0.230
0.315
0.010
0.040
0.065
0.075
0.075
0.115
0.210
0.050
0.015
0.190
0.090
0.155
0.175
0.030
0.010
0.075
0.055
0.150
0.205
0.040
0.110
0.380
0.125
1.070
0.545
0.020
0.620
0.360
0.255
0.165
0.160
0.090
0.100
0.030
0.075
0.090
0.070
0.065
0.020
0.040
0.105
0.050
0.110
0.060
0.145
0.235
0.115
0.300
0.115
0.270
0.345
0.345
0.240
0.190
0.105
0.155
0.115
1.200
0.010
0.250
2.660
0.080
0.065
0.110
0.300
1.650
0.155
0.140
0.030
0.105
0.305
0.020
0.920
0.050

5238CV
5238CW
5238WA
5185CT
7315WB
509931
509933
509934
509935
509936
509937
509938
5014CP
0159WA
9342WA
9342WB
5194WA
521015
0105WA
7099WB
6888C8
4162CF
7241WA
5258WA
6998WA
3395CZ
3395WB
6025WA
7187WA
7036WC
9938WB
7188WA
7188WB
181810
7174WA
7076WA
5195WA
5195WB
102311
102312
102313
2852CR
0102WA
0102WB
0051WA
5141CV
7212WA
7277WA
6947C9
0029WA
0029WB
4456WD
7114WA
5265WA
7169WA
7198WB
161916
161919
161920
161921
161922
5216CG
5216CJ
5216CN
5216CO
5216CP
3417WB
0154WC
3557WC
8206WA
0107WA
0065WA
8907WC
7182WA
8877WB
5056WA
7249WA
7047WB
9776WB
65048
65054
65062
65066
65070
65076
65084
65057
65059
65061
65063
65067
65075
65077
65079
65089
8605WB
522210
522211
522212
522213
522214
522215
9318WB
539826
539827
5398WE
5209CT
5226WA
2291WA
318228
318229
318231
318232
3182WA
70010
1147WA
7096WA
7676WB
2062WC
5168CS
5095WB
5072WA

WARRANTS
AAX-CV
AAX-CW
AAX-WA
AFFIN-CT
AHB-WB
AIRASIAC31
AIRASIAC33
AIRASIAC34
AIRASIAC35
AIRASIAC36
AIRASIAC37
AIRASIAC38
AIRPORT-CP
AMEDIA-WA
ANZO-WA
ANZO-WB
APFT-WA
ARMADA-C15
ASIAPLY-WA
ATTA-WB
AXIATA-C8
BAT-CF
BHS-WA
BIMB-WA
BINTAI-WA
BJCORP-CZ
BJCORP-WB
BJMEDIA-WA
BKOON-WA
BORNOIL-WC
BRIGHT-WB
BTM-WA
BTM-WB
BURSA-C10
CAB-WA
CBIP-WA
CENSOF-WA
CENSOF-WB
CIMB-C11
CIMB-C12
CIMB-C13
CMSB-CR
CONNECT-WA
CONNECT-WB
CUSCAPI-WA
DAYANG-CV
DESTINI-WA
DIALOG-WA
DIGI-C9
DIGISTA-WA
DIGISTA-WB
DNEX-WD
DNONCE-WA
DOLPHIN-WA
DOMINAN-WA
DPS-WB
DRBHCOMC16
DRBHCOMC19
DRBHCOMC20
DRBHCOMC21
DRBHCOMC22
DSONIC-CG
DSONIC-CJ
DSONIC-CN
DSONIC-CO
DSONIC-CP
E&O-WB
EAH-WC
ECOFIRS-WC
ECOWLD-WA
EDUSPEC-WA
EFORCE-WA
EG-WC
EKA-WA
EKOVEST-WB
ENGTEX-WA
EWEIN-WA
FAJAR-WB
FARMBES-WB
FBMKLCI-C48
FBMKLCI-C54
FBMKLCI-C62
FBMKLCI-C66
FBMKLCI-C70
FBMKLCI-C76
FBMKLCI-C84
FBMKLCI-H57
FBMKLCI-H59
FBMKLCI-H61
FBMKLCI-H63
FBMKLCI-H67
FBMKLCI-H75
FBMKLCI-H77
FBMKLCI-H79
FBMKLCI-H89
FFHB-WB
FGV-C10
FGV-C11
FGV-C12
FGV-C13
FGV-C14
FGV-C15
FITTERS-WB
GAMUDA-C26
GAMUDA-C27
GAMUDA-WE
GASMSIA-CT
GBGAQRS-WA
GENP-WA
GENTINGC28
GENTINGC29
GENTINGC31
GENTINGC32
GENTING-WA
GLD-C10
GOB-WA
GPA-WA
GUNUNG-WB
HARBOUR-WC
HARTA-CS
HEVEA-WB
HIAPTEK-WA

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.085
0.095
0.280
0.010
0.110
0.440
0.370
0.355
0.355
0.200
0.325
0.195
0.125
0.030
0.050
0.070
0.025
0.080
0.150
0.110
0.100
0.135
0.135
0.310
0.100
0.030
0.125
0.005
0.050
0.105
0.060
0.050
0.115
0.180
1.110
0.375
0.050
0.060
0.065
0.160
0.220
0.130
0.050
0.040
0.040
0.005
0.240
0.320
0.010
0.045
0.065
0.075
0.075
0.115
0.230
0.050
0.030
0.190
0.110
0.155
0.175
0.030
0.010
0.075
0.060
0.155
0.210
0.040
0.115
0.380
0.130
1.110
0.545
0.020
0.620
0.365
0.255
0.165
0.180
0.090
0.100
0.030
0.075
0.090
0.070
0.070
0.020
0.040
0.105
0.050
0.110
0.060
0.150
0.235
0.115
0.300
0.125
0.280
0.345
0.365
0.265
0.195
0.105
0.165
0.115
1.220
0.020
0.250
2.700
0.090
0.065
0.120
0.315
1.680
0.155
0.140
0.030
0.110
0.305
0.020
0.925
0.055

-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
-0.015
-0.005
-0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.020
0.005
Unch
0.015
Unch
0.005
Unch
0.015
Unch
0.015
Unch
0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.005
-0.015
0.010
0.010
0.020
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.010
0.020
0.015
Unch
0.005
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
0.010
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.010
0.005
0.010
0.020
0.040
0.020
0.010
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
0.015
Unch
0.010
0.010
Unch
-0.005
-0.020
0.010
Unch
0.005
0.020
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.010
-0.010
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
-0.020
-0.010
-0.010
-0.015
-0.035
-0.010
-0.005
-0.020
Unch
0.005
0.015
-0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.010
0.005
-0.010
0.100
-0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.030
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
0.010
Unch

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
1000
150
15651.1
399.1
40
111
300.6
2386.8
846.8
530
597.5
830
4421.6
681.5
378.6
82.1
151.3
349
840.8
8.8
174
259.2
2
227.6
30
1310.5
879.8
10
140.9
5507
50
30
10.1
6
6
3
60
2185.8
20
2656.6
62.2
33
108.6
343
1376.7
30
2876.2
464.4
200
848.3
50
57583.7
160
5
41
300
25371.1
23888.8
84967.8
32784.2
3963.7
1839
106.6
400
2592.9
10975.9
150.1
30
131.1
43
116
300.8
709.8
100
112
471.7
102
40
31.3
1458.6
540
40
80
157
30
153
200
749.7
468.5
27.5
390
900
36
60
120
112
8419.2
1725
575
229
108
10074.3
39.4
356.3
75
9832.2
55.1
3091.5
3
637.2
374.5
1277.8
161
1570.7
686.8
162.7
85
117.3
55
100
1940.3
2262.2

0.395 0.390
0.395 0.420
0.395 0.460
2.140 2.400
0.205 0.200
2.930 1.500
2.930 2.100
2.930 2.000
2.930 2.000
2.930 2.850
2.930 2.450
2.930 2.650
6.310 6.450
0.165 1.100
0.225 0.250
0.225 0.250
0.055 0.400
0.750 0.800
0.240 0.100
0.490 1.000
5.700 5.850
51.960 50.000
0.410 0.600
4.000 4.720
0.200 0.200
0.345 0.370
0.345 1.000
0.400 0.870
0.115 0.200
0.175 0.100
0.320 0.820
0.220 0.940
0.220 0.200
9.000 9.000
1.680 0.550
1.990 2.400
0.205 0.460
0.205 0.460
4.520 4.500
4.520 4.500
4.520 4.400
3.700 3.600
0.095 0.100
0.095 0.100
0.140 0.270
1.010 1.780
0.655 0.400
1.530 1.190
4.960 5.100
0.155 0.130
0.155 0.260
0.215 0.500
0.230 0.250
0.515 0.800
1.130 1.300
0.090 0.100
1.160 1.400
1.160 1.000
1.160 1.100
1.160 0.950
1.160 1.000
1.400 1.580
1.400 1.480
1.400 1.450
1.400 1.550
1.400 1.350
1.670 2.600
0.075 0.100
0.270 0.300
1.300 2.080
0.255 0.180
1.500 0.680
0.865 0.500
0.065 0.200
1.560 1.350
1.200 0.830
0.895 0.610
0.535 0.700
0.710 1.000
1,672 1,600
1,672 1,595
1,672 1,700
1,672 1,750
1,672 1,630
1,672 1,670
1,672 1,660
1,672 1,610
1,672 1,650
1,672 1,710
1,672 1,610
1,672 1,700
1,672 1,630
1,672 1,600
1,672 1,680
1,672 1,660
0.835 0.500
1.950 1.550
1.950 1.700
1.950 1.350
1.950 1.500
1.950 1.600
1.950 1.900
0.430 1.000
4.900 4.500
4.900 5.000
4.900 4.050
2.400 2.500
1.130 1.300
10.560 7.750
8.300 7.800
8.300 9.300
4.390 8.300
8.300 8.300
8.300 7.960
513.7 463.4
0.410 0.800
0.095 0.100
0.410 0.400
0.970 1.560
4.200 6.000
1.210 0.250
0.275 0.690

PRM
(%)
20.25
30.38
87.34
12.62
51.22
0.75
3.24
4.61
4.61
17.75
11.35
13.74
16.09
584.85
33.33
42.22
672.73
17.33
4.17
126.53
7.89
6.62
79.27
25.75
50.00
15.94
226.09
118.75
117.39
17.14
175.00
350.00
43.18
8.00
-1.19
39.45
148.78
153.66
4.16
13.72
11.95
14.86
57.89
47.37
121.43
77.97
-2.29
-1.31
3.33
12.90
109.68
167.44
41.30
77.67
35.40
66.67
25.86
2.59
18.53
1.94
8.84
21.43
8.21
16.96
21.43
20.79
68.26
86.67
53.70
89.23
21.57
19.33
20.81
238.46
26.28
-0.42
-3.35
61.68
66.20
-0.58
-0.46
2.89
6.42
1.22
2.77
2.17
-2.90
0.32
6.63
-1.65
6.24
-0.04
-0.76
6.06
4.06
-4.19
3.85
15.90
4.62
5.00
9.23
19.44
156.98
1.94
11.43
7.55
5.83
37.17
-1.04
6.99
18.70
110.93
13.28
16.14
1.08
129.27
36.84
24.39
92.27
46.67
-2.89
170.91

EXPIRY
DATE
30/12/2016
10/04/2017
08/06/2020
30/09/2016
28/08/2019
15/08/2016
28/10/2016
28/02/2017
17/02/2017
30/12/2016
30/12/2016
28/04/2017
28/04/2017
02/01/2018
19/11/2019
25/08/2023
13/07/2018
28/02/2017
13/12/2020
09/05/2022
31/01/2017
28/04/2017
18/10/2020
04/12/2023
15/06/2020
31/10/2016
22/04/2022
16/12/2016
07/07/2023
08/11/2025
12/01/2019
20/12/2019
23/10/2024
10/04/2017
08/02/2020
06/11/2019
18/07/2017
07/10/2019
30/08/2016
17/03/2017
31/01/2017
30/12/2016
17/09/2021
07/06/2021
24/04/2018
28/11/2016
03/10/2016
10/02/2017
30/09/2016
07/02/2017
04/04/2023
30/07/2021
25/11/2020
29/03/2021
10/09/2020
15/01/2025
30/08/2016
30/11/2016
30/11/2016
15/12/2016
17/02/2017
28/10/2016
30/08/2016
23/11/2016
28/10/2016
31/01/2017
21/07/2019
18/06/2019
10/09/2019
26/03/2022
24/12/2018
17/07/2019
03/11/2020
22/01/2019
25/06/2019
25/10/2017
09/06/2017
24/09/2019
13/07/2018
30/08/2016
30/09/2016
30/11/2016
30/11/2016
30/12/2016
31/01/2017
28/02/2017
30/08/2016
30/09/2016
31/10/2016
31/10/2016
30/11/2016
30/12/2016
30/12/2016
30/12/2016
28/02/2017
30/03/2017
30/09/2016
30/11/2016
14/03/2017
28/04/2017
17/03/2017
28/02/2017
12/10/2019
30/11/2016
30/11/2016
06/03/2021
30/08/2016
20/07/2018
17/06/2019
23/11/2016
30/11/2016
31/03/2017
30/12/2016
18/12/2018
29/09/2016
24/12/2019
03/06/2025
02/10/2020
03/04/2021
31/01/2017
28/02/2020
09/01/2017

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

0.115
0.810
0.315
0.550
1.040
0.540
0.835
1.430
1.150
0.730
0.645
1.000
1.500
0.915
1.270
0.880
1.740
0.640
0.995
1.420
0.915
1.110
1.600
0.515
1.040
0.230
0.010
0.030
0.270
0.140
0.140
0.170
0.215
0.110
2.320
0.040
0.270
0.225
0.210
0.085
0.150
0.935
0.105
0.185
0.075
0.130
0.265
0.065
0.170
0.025
1.550
0.025
0.865
0.125
0.585
0.185
0.210
0.800
0.190
0.640
0.450
0.045
0.470
0.150
0.245
0.200
0.135
0.100
0.185
0.090
0.240
0.025
0.235
0.195
0.110
0.390
0.360
0.460
0.405
0.185
0.610
0.325
0.225
0.120
0.350
0.080
0.150
0.245
0.145
0.605
1.260
0.100
0.360
0.240
0.145
0.140
0.240
0.035
0.465
0.385
0.235
0.100
0.145
0.115
0.130
0.045
0.050
0.125
0.270
0.205
0.110
0.415
0.095
0.335
0.200
0.120
0.310
0.040
0.295
0.185
0.205
0.120
0.600
0.415
0.390
3.140

0.065
0.305
0.190
0.175
0.305
0.190
0.310
0.615
0.450
0.260
0.495
0.955
0.025
0.060
0.175
0.110
0.450
0.150
0.275
0.400
0.355
0.470
0.725
0.400
0.930
0.025
0.005
0.020
0.155
0.040
0.105
0.060
0.040
0.045
0.813
0.010
0.150
0.040
0.115
0.020
0.030
0.120
0.010
0.015
0.005
0.020
0.055
0.025
0.135
0.010
0.350
0.010
0.260
0.060
0.130
0.015
0.170
0.470
0.025
0.260
0.215
0.025
0.210
0.045
0.130
0.100
0.020
0.050
0.075
0.075
0.085
0.005
0.030
0.140
0.105
0.155
0.035
0.245
0.130
0.010
0.305
0.100
0.060
0.030
0.290
0.010
0.020
0.165
0.135
0.235
0.500
0.020
0.115
0.025
0.110
0.035
0.075
0.010
0.120
0.145
0.050
0.020
0.040
0.060
0.060
0.020
0.020
0.030
0.150
0.015
0.085
0.255
0.010
0.160
0.075
0.030
0.130
0.015
0.120
0.005
0.145
0.010
0.330
0.105
0.185
0.705

0.095
0.355
0.220
0.475
1.040
0.535
0.835
1.430
1.150
0.640
0.645
1.000
0.035
0.090
0.205
0.120
0.510
0.150
0.275
0.440
0.370
0.505
0.790
0.400
0.930
0.060
0.005
0.025
0.155
0.090
0.115
0.075
0.070
0.050
1.570
0.015
0.165
0.085
0.180
0.035
0.095
0.510
0.030
0.020
0.030
0.025
0.065
0.025
0.170
0.015
1.450
0.010
0.710
0.065
0.145
0.015
0.190
0.800
0.030
0.330
0.375
0.030
0.310
0.105
0.220
0.135
0.030
0.060
0.100
0.085
0.100
0.015
0.040
0.155
0.110
0.360
0.160
0.395
0.250
0.145
0.610
0.325
0.065
0.035
0.350
0.010
0.045
0.180
0.135
0.550
1.020
0.050
0.260
0.130
0.145
0.140
0.145
0.010
0.345
0.260
0.060
0.040
0.085
0.105
0.115
0.025
0.025
0.050
0.265
0.020
0.085
0.270
0.045
0.160
0.185
0.045
0.290
0.020
0.145
0.010
0.175
0.010
0.370
0.380
0.380
3.030

0.085
0.350
0.215
0.405
0.940
0.515
0.760
1.430
1.150
0.600
0.585
1.000
0.025
0.060
0.175
0.110
0.450
0.150
0.275
0.400
0.355
0.470
0.725
0.400
0.930
0.040
0.005
0.025
0.155
0.090
0.105
0.060
0.065
0.045
1.550
0.015
0.165
0.055
0.180
0.035
0.080
0.485
0.020
0.015
0.015
0.020
0.060
0.025
0.170
0.010
1.400
0.010
0.705
0.065
0.145
0.015
0.190
0.770
0.030
0.330
0.370
0.030
0.300
0.105
0.215
0.130
0.025
0.050
0.085
0.075
0.085
0.005
0.035
0.145
0.110
0.350
0.145
0.310
0.235
0.140
0.550
0.280
0.060
0.035
0.290
0.010
0.040
0.180
0.135
0.535
1.010
0.050
0.255
0.105
0.135
0.105
0.130
0.010
0.335
0.260
0.050
0.035
0.075
0.100
0.115
0.020
0.020
0.050
0.250
0.015
0.085
0.270
0.045
0.160
0.185
0.045
0.285
0.020
0.140
0.010
0.160
0.010
0.370
0.370
0.370
3.000

5072WB
5169WA
7213WB
65130
65132
65136
65138
65140
65142
65148
65154
65156
65133
65137
65139
65141
65145
65147
65149
65151
65153
65155
65157
65159
65163
6238CD
7013WB
9601WD
4251WA
5225CZ
3336C1
3336CZ
0166CL
0166CQ
0166WB
0094WA
3379WB
1961C9
5249CK
7183WA
5175WA
7167WA
4383CF
4383CH
4383CI
4383CJ
5247CK
5247CO
5247CQ
3115WC
7161WA
0036WA
5171WA
7164WA
7017WB
7153CJ
7153CO
5878WB
5038CF
8494WA
5789WB
5068WA
7617WB
8583C2
8583WB
8583WC
5264CK
5264CM
5264CN
5264CO
6181WB
5189WA
115519
115522
115523
5152WA
5983WA
0081WA
1694WB
0075WA
3069WA
3662WB
5186CZ
5026WA
5576WC
3816C4
3816C5
3816C7
3816C8
9571WD
6114WB
0085WA
7595WA
2194C1
2194C2
1651C7
1651WA
0092WA
0138CN
0138CQ
0138CV
0138CW
0138CX
0138CY
0138CZ
0096WA
0096WC
0083WB
0172WA
7071WB
7071WC
5053WC
0005WA
5125WA
1295C6
5183C6
9997WB
5146WA
8311WC
5681CQ
6033CN
3042CA
1945WC
8869CO
8869CP
8869WC

WARRANTS
HIAPTEK-WB
HOHUP-WA
HOVID-WB
HSI-C30
HSI-C32
HSI-C36
HSI-C38
HSI-C40
HSI-C42
HSI-C48
HSI-C54
HSI-C56
HSI-H33
HSI-H37
HSI-H39
HSI-H41
HSI-H45
HSI-H47
HSI-H49
HSI-H51
HSI-H53
HSI-H55
HSI-H57
HSI-H59
HSI-H63
HSL-CD
HUBLINE-WB
HWGB-WD
IBHD-WA
IHH-CZ
IJM-C1
IJM-CZ
INARI-CL
INARI-CQ
INARI-WB
INIX-WA
INSAS-WB
IOICORP-C9
IOIPG-CK
IRETEX-WA
IVORY-WA
JOHOTIN-WA
JTIASA-CF
JTIASA-CH
JTIASA-CI
JTIASA-CJ
KAREX-CK
KAREX-CO
KAREX-CQ
KBUNAI-WC
KERJAYA-WA
KGROUP-WA
KIMLUN-WA
KNM-WA
KOMARK-WB
KOSSAN-CJ
KOSSAN-CO
KPJ-WB
KSL-CF
LBICAP-WA
LBS-WB
LUSTER-WA
MAGNA-WB
MAHSING-C2
MAHSING-WB
MAHSING-WC
MALAKOF-CK
MALAKOF-CM
MALAKOF-CN
MALAKOF-CO
MALTON-WB
MAXWELL-WA
MAYBANKC19
MAYBANKC22
MAYBANKC23
MBL-WA
MBMR-WA
MEGASUN-WA
MENANG-WB
MEXTER-WA
MFCB-WA
MFLOUR-WB
MHB-CZ
MHC-WA
MINHO-WC
MISC-C4
MISC-C5
MISC-C7
MISC-C8
MITRA-WD
MKH-WB
MLAB-WA
MLGLOBAL-WA
MMCCORP-C1
MMCCORP-C2
MRCB-C7
MRCB-WA
MTOUCHE-WA
MYEG-CN
MYEG-CQ
MYEG-CV
MYEG-CW
MYEG-CX
MYEG-CY
MYEG-CZ
NEXGRAM-WA
NEXGRAM-WC
NOTION-WB
OCK-WA
OCR-WB
OCR-WC
OSK-WC
PALETTE-WA
PANTECH-WA
PBBANK-C6
PCHEM-C6
PENSONI-WB
PERWAJA-WA
PESONA-WC
PETDAG-CQ
PETGAS-CN
PETRONM-CA
PJDEV-WC
PMETAL-CO
PMETAL-CP
PMETAL-WC

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.090
0.350
0.215
0.475
1.040
0.530
0.830
1.430
1.150
0.600
0.640
1.000
0.030
0.085
0.175
0.110
0.450
0.150
0.275
0.400
0.355
0.470
0.725
0.400
0.930
0.055
0.005
0.025
0.155
0.090
0.115
0.075
0.065
0.045
1.550
0.015
0.165
0.060
0.180
0.035
0.095
0.505
0.020
0.020
0.025
0.020
0.065
0.025
0.170
0.015
1.450
0.010
0.705
0.065
0.145
0.015
0.190
0.800
0.030
0.330
0.375
0.030
0.310
0.105
0.220
0.135
0.030
0.060
0.095
0.080
0.100
0.010
0.035
0.145
0.110
0.350
0.160
0.395
0.245
0.145
0.555
0.325
0.065
0.035
0.325
0.010
0.040
0.180
0.135
0.545
1.010
0.050
0.255
0.115
0.140
0.125
0.135
0.010
0.345
0.260
0.060
0.040
0.080
0.100
0.115
0.025
0.025
0.050
0.260
0.015
0.085
0.270
0.045
0.160
0.185
0.045
0.285
0.020
0.140
0.010
0.160
0.010
0.370
0.370
0.370
3.000

0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.085
0.125
0.075
0.095
0.040
0.040
0.030
0.070
0.045
-0.010
-0.025
-0.055
-0.030
-0.095
-0.015
-0.035
-0.065
-0.040
-0.070
-0.090
-0.045
-0.110
0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.010
0.005
0.010
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.010
0.005
Unch
0.015
0.035
-0.005
0.005
0.010
-0.005
0.005
-0.010
0.010
Unch
0.040
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.010
0.050
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
0.010
Unch
Unch
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.010
0.005
Unch
-0.005
0.005
Unch
0.010
0.105
0.005
0.005
-0.025
0.055
Unch
0.005
0.090
Unch
Unch
0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
0.010
0.010
0.025
0.005
-0.005
0.020
0.035
0.005
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.010
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.010
0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.005
0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.005
-0.010
-0.010

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
4953.9
65.5
254.9
15190.6
285
82
508.7
5
5
244.3
98
5
2938.2
1025.7
11805.7
295
1766.1
88
15
296
40
62
310.7
20
5
7394
1200
42
40.8
114.4
695
10582.8
9.2
595
213.1
900
66.8
6079.1
10
58
3468.2
859
15975.2
1893.1
48911.2
1555
116.8
110
10.9
216
248.5
1050
35
90.9
214.9
10
40
66.1
710
231.4
53
580
198.5
568
126.4
84.9
50
3483.1
1100.2
5116
846.3
10024.6
1691.2
97.8
220
120.5
241
100
1248.3
1220.9
1416.1
1431.9
300.1
4
12844.3
500
1279.1
20
663.6
471.8
85.1
393
165
9327.3
227
31231.6
29246.4
1549.8
55
15
257
515
20134.9
340
30
205
40
35
19174.4
201.2
47.1
66.8
30
3
100
21
211
12.5
255
100
50
400
0.2
416
221
112.8

0.275
0.815
0.400
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,681
11,682
11,682
11,681
11,681
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,682
11,681
11,681
11,682
11,682
1.850
0.005
0.060
0.520
6.590
3.410
3.410
3.090
3.090
3.090
0.050
0.640
4.400
2.400
0.235
0.430
2.260
1.200
1.200
1.200
1.200
2.460
2.460
2.460
0.055
2.360
0.045
1.780
0.410
0.375
6.790
6.790
4.310
1.150
1.350
1.610
0.070
0.980
1.580
1.580
1.580
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.660
0.600
0.035
7.980
7.980
7.980
0.955
2.420
0.415
0.815
0.240
2.030
1.550
0.990
0.800
0.700
7.650
7.650
7.650
7.650
1.390
2.640
0.095
0.620
2.230
2.230
1.260
1.260
0.100
2.050
2.050
2.050
2.050
2.050
2.050
2.050
0.055
0.055
0.410
0.840
0.375
0.375
1.570
0.065
0.550
19.640
6.600
0.695
0.110
0.375
23.340
22.000
3.660
1.330
4.110
4.110
4.110

0.500
0.600
0.180
22,400
21,000
23,200
21,800
20,400
21,200
23,000
23,400
22,000
19,800
19,200
20,600
18,600
21,400
18,000
19,400
20,800
19,000
20,400
21,800
19,600
22,400
2.000
0.010
0.180
1.410
6.670
3.450
3.700
2.864
3.500
1.600
0.100
1.000
4.700
2.100
0.800
0.750
2.280
2.000
1.600
1.700
1.500
2.300
3.320
2.200
0.131
0.880
0.100
1.680
0.980
0.300
8.000
6.400
4.010
1.400
1.000
1.250
0.100
0.900
1.450
1.440
2.100
1.680
1.600
1.600
1.700
1.000
0.400
8.600
8.150
8.400
0.800
3.200
0.100
1.000
0.130
2.220
2.060
1.000
1.560
0.500
9.500
8.600
7.800
7.500
1.090
1.890
0.100
0.500
2.100
2.100
1.220
2.300
0.890
1.225
1.400
2.250
2.350
1.900
2.150
2.000
0.100
0.100
1.000
0.710
0.350
0.500
1.800
0.040
0.600
18.000
6.900
0.600
1.000
0.250
24.860
21.200
6.000
1.000
2.700
3.100
1.100

PRM
(%)
114.55
16.56
-1.25
95.40
87.77
102.68
93.01
85.64
90.33
101.51
105.24
96.03
69.72
65.01
77.68
60.07
86.65
55.24
68.18
81.13
65.38
78.25
92.20
70.86
98.91
12.57
200.00
241.67
200.96
6.68
7.92
12.90
6.15
19.09
1.94
130.00
82.03
11.59
10.00
255.32
96.51
23.23
73.33
36.67
51.04
30.00
4.07
40.38
10.16
165.45
-1.27
144.44
33.99
154.88
18.67
20.91
13.84
11.60
24.35
-1.48
0.93
85.71
23.47
-1.58
5.06
41.46
4.82
7.23
4.97
12.05
83.33
1,072
8.87
9.76
12.16
20.42
38.84
19.28
52.76
14.58
36.70
53.87
14.14
99.38
17.86
25.10
15.56
11.37
6.86
17.63
9.85
57.89
21.77
4.48
13.00
16.67
93.25
800.00
1.83
0.00
17.07
23.41
7.51
18.05
17.20
127.27
127.27
156.10
15.48
-2.67
56.00
31.85
30.77
38.18
-0.81
7.95
27.34
827.27
4.00
7.20
5.09
67.21
3.01
1.70
6.93
-0.24

EXPIRY
DATE
23/06/2021
21/12/2018
05/06/2018
29/09/2016
29/09/2016
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
29/11/2016
29/12/2016
26/01/2017
26/01/2017
30/08/2016
29/09/2016
29/09/2016
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
29/11/2016
29/11/2016
29/11/2016
29/12/2016
29/12/2016
29/12/2016
26/01/2017
26/01/2017
11/11/2016
20/12/2020
15/03/2021
08/10/2019
28/02/2017
31/03/2017
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
17/02/2020
16/11/2020
25/02/2020
30/12/2016
15/12/2016
10/06/2019
26/04/2017
21/11/2017
31/01/2017
30/09/2016
28/11/2016
30/09/2016
28/10/2016
31/01/2017
31/01/2017
20/10/2023
20/12/2017
02/07/2018
12/03/2024
15/11/2017
21/01/2020
28/10/2016
13/01/2017
23/01/2019
11/11/2016
17/04/2018
04/10/2020
03/06/2022
04/09/2020
30/09/2016
16/03/2018
21/02/2020
30/08/2016
28/11/2016
30/12/2016
31/01/2017
29/06/2018
24/03/2020
30/12/2016
31/01/2017
17/03/2017
28/11/2022
14/06/2017
29/04/2019
09/07/2019
17/09/2018
08/04/2020
09/05/2017
15/12/2016
28/07/2017
02/08/2021
28/10/2016
30/12/2016
30/12/2016
31/05/2017
23/08/2020
29/12/2017
24/04/2020
27/10/2019
30/09/2016
13/01/2017
31/03/2017
14/09/2018
17/01/2018
30/08/2016
30/08/2016
28/10/2016
23/11/2016
31/10/2016
30/12/2016
14/03/2017
16/05/2022
15/01/2024
02/05/2017
15/12/2020
02/09/2016
24/07/2021
22/07/2020
20/03/2018
21/12/2020
30/09/2016
30/11/2016
20/01/2024
28/02/2022
27/01/2020
31/10/2016
31/03/2017
15/12/2016
04/12/2020
15/12/2016
17/02/2017
22/08/2019

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T U E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

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022
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017
019

China Shares rise despite weak trade


data; coal, property shares jump
SHANGHAI: China shares rose yesterday.
Thre was a surge in coal stocks and
sustained interest in property shares ignited
by drama involving a major developer
offset the impact of worse-than-expected
trade data.
Both Chinas blue-chip CSI 300 Index
and the Shanghai Composite Index climbed
0.9% to 3,234.18 points and 3,004.28
points respectively.
On the macro front, Chinas exports and
imports fell more than expected in July,
making a rocky start for the third quarter
and suggesting global demand remains
weak in the aftermath of Britains decision
to leave the European Union.
Jiang Chao, an analyst at Haitong
Securities, said that in a slowing economy,
investors should allocate more assets to bonds,
as well as stocks with stable performance.
Market sentiment yesterday was lifted
by a surge in coal stocks, after reports that
borrowings by seven major coal miners in
Shanxi will be rolled over to medium-tolong-term special loans, as the government
aids the struggling sector.
Major coal miners including Xishan Coal
and Electricity Power, Luan Environmental
Energy and Yanzhou Coal all jumped nearly
10%.
Chinas fuel exports rose to a record in
July as easing demand growth and a surplus

in refined oil products pushed refiners to


increase shipments to overseas buyers.
The refined fuel exports surged 52.3%
from a year ago to a monthly record 4.57
million tonnes, data from the General
Administration of Customs showed yesterday.
Meanwhile, the real estate sector
maintained strong upward momentum,
gaining 2.4%, as drama and share acquisitions
involving Vanke continued to stir excitement.
Vanke, which soared around 17% in
the past two sessions on news of share
purchases by rival Property developer
China Evergrande Group, surged another
4.4%. Evergrande also jumped over 4% in
Hong Kong.
But gold stocks dropped, following sharp
falls in the metals price, as the US dollar
rose after US data showed employment
increased more than expected in July,
raising the probability of a US rate hike this
year. The upbeat US employment data led
global investors to flock to higher-yielding
assets.
Hong Kong stocks advanced to eightmonth highs yesterday, tracking gains in
Asian markets, as strong US jobs data last
Friday lifted investors risk appetite globally.
Both the Hang Seng Index and the
China Enterprises Index gained 1.6% to
22,494.76 points and 9,276.56 respectively.
The Hang Seng closed at its highest level
since Nov 25, 2015.
All main sectors rose yesterday, with
property and IT shares particularly strong.

Shanghai Composite

Hang Seng
Index points
3,004.28

5800

+27.58
(+0.93%)

4825
3850

Japan Nikkei hits one-week high on


strong US jobs data, weaker yen
TOKYO: Japans Nikkei Share Average
hit a one-week high yesterday, buoyed by
gains on Wall Street and the yens retreat
following last Fridays upbeat US non-farm
payrolls report.
The Nikkei gained 2.44% or 396.12
points to 16,650.57 after hitting 16,652.04,
its highest since Aug 1.
US non-farm payrolls rose by 255,000
in July versus expectations for a gain of
180,000. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq reached
record peaks in response while the dollar
gained against the yen.
Norihiro Fujito, senior investment strategist
at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities,
said equities reacted positively to the jobs
report as the data shed a positive light on
the US economy while prospects of a nearterm rate hike by the US Federal Reserve
(Fed) generally seen as a negative to
riskier assets remained subdued.
The Fed funds rate futures are still
only pricing in about a 26% chance a US
rate hike in September and October, and
about a 46% chance for December. This
shows investors dont really expect the Fed
to hike rates until December, Fujito said.
Exporters were lifted as the US dollar pulled
away from three-week lows against the yen.
Tok yo Electron gained 4.96%;
Bridgestone Corp advanced 3.86% and
Toyota Motor Corp added 3.33%.

28900

1900

Aug 8, 2016

17625

22350

14450

15800

+348.67
(+1.57%)

Mar 1, 2010

Aug 8, 2016

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

1.110
0.280
0.130
0.150
0.435
0.540
0.110
0.090
0.035
2.020
0.295
5.100
0.010
0.070
0.150
0.100
0.115
0.138
0.035
0.150
0.530
0.160
0.465
0.200
0.050
0.115
0.275
0.085
0.110
0.135
0.130
0.965
0.255
1.000
0.155
0.110
0.105
0.140
0.270
0.100
0.060
0.120
0.120
0.145
0.165
0.430
0.385
0.310
0.345

0.615
0.020
0.040
0.125
0.160
0.405
0.055
0.025
0.015
0.310
0.235
4.500
0.005
0.020
0.010
0.075
0.065
0.019
0.025
0.060
0.090
0.070
0.270
0.025
0.005
0.005
0.010
0.025
0.030
0.120
0.125
0.545
0.050
0.730
0.100
0.055
0.040
0.060
0.005
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.005
0.090
0.115
0.060
0.045
0.005
0.140

0.740
0.170
0.085
0.140
0.400
0.495
0.060
0.025
0.025
0.600
0.275
4.650
0.010
0.025
0.020
0.100
0.080
0.030
0.035
0.105
0.260
0.080
0.310
0.045
0.005
0.005
0.025
0.030
0.030
0.120
0.130
0.580
0.060
0.760
0.140
0.055
0.045
0.080
0.035
0.020
0.025
0.030
0.020
0.145
0.165
0.095
0.070
0.005
0.195

0.710
0.155
0.080
0.130
0.400
0.470
0.060
0.025
0.020
0.550
0.270
4.640
0.005
0.020
0.015
0.100
0.065
0.030
0.030
0.095
0.260
0.080
0.305
0.030
0.005
0.005
0.015
0.025
0.030
0.120
0.125
0.575
0.055
0.760
0.135
0.055
0.045
0.080
0.020
0.020
0.015
0.010
0.020
0.120
0.140
0.085
0.060
0.005
0.190

7088WB
4634CV
4634CW
4634CZ
7168WA
8966WA
7145WA
0007WA
0007WB
6807WB
7134WA
7765WA
0110WA
5256WA
7232WA
1066CV
5270WA
0133WC
0133WD
5157WA
7073WA
0055WA
7246WA
4197C3
0060WA
521815
521817
521825
521826
521828
521829
7155WA
0117WA
5242WA
0093WA
1201WA
1201WB
0148WB
710610
710612
710613
710615
710616
710618
710619
7106C3
7106C4
7106C8
7082WB

WARRANTS
POHUAT-WB
POS-CV
POS-CW
POS-CZ
PRG-WA
PRLEXUS-WA
PSIPTEK-WA
PUC-WA
PUC-WB
PUNCAK-WB
PWF-WA
RAPID-WA
RA-WA
REACH-WA
RESINTC-WA
RHBBANK-CV
RSENA-WA
SANICHI-WC
SANICHI-WD
SAUDEE-WA
SEACERA-WA
SERSOL-WA
SIGN-WA
SIME-C3
SKH-WA
SKPETROC15
SKPETROC17
SKPETROC25
SKPETROC26
SKPETROC28
SKPETROC29
SKPRES-WA
SMRT-WA
SOLID-WA
SOLUTN-WA
SUMATEC-WA
SUMATEC-WB
SUNZEN-WB
SUPERMX-C10
SUPERMX-C12
SUPERMX-C13
SUPERMX-C15
SUPERMX-C16
SUPERMX-C18
SUPERMX-C19
SUPERMX-C3
SUPERMX-C4
SUPERMX-C8
SYF-WB

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.740
0.165
0.085
0.140
0.400
0.470
0.060
0.025
0.025
0.550
0.275
4.640
0.005
0.025
0.015
0.100
0.065
0.030
0.030
0.095
0.260
0.080
0.305
0.045
0.005
0.005
0.025
0.025
0.030
0.120
0.125
0.575
0.060
0.760
0.140
0.055
0.045
0.080
0.030
0.020
0.025
0.030
0.020
0.145
0.165
0.095
0.070
0.005
0.190

0.050
0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.020
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.050
-0.005
-0.030
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
0.010
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.010
-0.025
-0.005
Unch
-0.050
0.005
Unch
0.005
0.005
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.020
Unch
0.025
0.030
0.015
0.015
Unch
0.005

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
874.6
12112
310
478.6
6.5
37.1
10
11.4
219.2
14.3
234
451.2
1774.2
590
571.4
30
20710.1
30
5879.3
553.9
30
30
221.5
10559.2
810
300
3843.8
300
800
25
71.7
35
301
1
416.5
172.8
700
130
24494.4
30
10029.1
16023.5
30
5337.2
15956
1073
1271.2
10
24.5

1.690
3.050
3.050
3.050
1.110
1.450
0.125
0.065
0.065
1.130
0.690
5.790
0.010
0.680
0.440
5.010
0.410
0.085
0.085
0.315
0.890
0.125
0.995
7.700
0.060
1.420
1.420
1.420
1.420
1.420
1.420
1.210
0.175
1.380
0.245
0.095
0.095
0.235
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
2.280
0.560

1.000
2.770
3.000
3.000
0.750
1.200
0.100
0.100
0.100
1.000
0.620
1.000
0.170
0.750
0.500
5.400
0.500
0.210
1.000
0.500
1.000
0.180
0.970
7.900
0.100
2.200
1.700
2.000
1.850
1.400
1.400
0.650
0.180
0.500
0.200
0.320
0.175
0.250
3.170
4.000
4.000
3.100
2.750
2.200
2.200
2.000
2.200
3.000
0.700

PRM
(%)
2.96
1.64
8.11
19.02
3.60
15.17
28.00
92.31
92.31
37.17
29.71
-2.59
1,650
13.97
17.05
15.77
37.80
182.35
1,112
88.89
41.57
108.00
28.14
4.94
75.00
56.16
24.12
47.01
35.56
19.72
16.20
1.24
37.14
-8.70
38.78
294.74
131.58
40.43
44.30
80.70
80.92
43.20
25.00
12.39
14.58
4.39
8.77
32.46
58.93

10,172.06

4630

16,650.57
+396.12
(+2.44%)

3800

8100

Main Market & Ace Market Warrants


EXPIRY
DATE
21/10/2020
31/10/2016
11/10/2016
31/01/2017
06/07/2019
14/06/2021
16/11/2019
25/12/2024
15/02/2019
20/07/2018
20/07/2021
07/04/2017
22/03/2017
12/08/2022
29/09/2016
10/04/2017
01/12/2023
24/09/2019
21/07/2019
31/03/2021
16/05/2017
18/04/2023
21/04/2021
30/09/2016
16/01/2017
30/08/2016
30/09/2016
26/01/2017
30/11/2016
17/03/2017
31/05/2017
27/06/2017
01/08/2017
16/12/2020
04/07/2021
03/03/2021
13/11/2018
25/02/2021
31/10/2016
31/01/2017
31/01/2017
23/11/2016
30/09/2016
28/04/2017
31/01/2017
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
25/08/2016
11/11/2019

Index points

6290

5460

11275

22,494.76

Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives


YEAR
HIGH

Index points

20800

25625 21,056.93

19075

Mar 1, 2010

ASX 200

Nikkei 225
Index points

3,087.842
2875

Financial results continued to provide


the market with incentives, with Tokyo
Construction Co Ltd rising 7.4% after it saw
its operating profit rise more than 200% in
the April to June quarter.
Dowa Holdings rose as much as
16.03% after the non-ferrous metals
smelter reported April to June operating
profit fell by 34.2% to 7.62 billion, higher
that expectations of around 6.5 billion.
Japan Display Inc was down 6.45%
after the Nikkei reported that the display
maker requested cash assistance from its
top shareholder due to sluggish LCD panel
shipments for iPhones.
Japanese government bonds (JGB) fell
yesterday, with the 30-year yield rising to a fourmonth high as equities rose and US Treasuries
dipped after upbeat US employment data.
The benchmark 10-year JGB yield
added 4.5 basis points to -0.055%, down
from an earlier high of -0.045% and within
sight of last weeks high of -0.025%.
JGBs logged their worst sell-off in more
than three years last Tuesday, after the Bank
of Japan did not include any additional JGB
purchases in easing steps it announced on
July 29. That raised speculation that the
central bank had reached the limits of its
JGB buying.
The broader Topix rose 2% to 1,305.53
points with 1.41 billion shares changing
hands, compared with previous weeks daily
average of 2.15 billion.The JPX-Nikkei Index
400 added 2.1% to 11,752.51. Reuters

Mar 1, 2010

Aug 8, 2016

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

0.275
0.560
0.100
0.155
0.200
0.125
0.165
0.810
2.990
0.180
0.165
0.285
0.765
0.460
0.080
1.050
0.160
0.225
0.470
0.120
0.170
0.060
0.390
0.250
0.380
0.150
0.115
0.125
0.055
0.130
0.145
0.115
0.120
0.060
0.250
0.240
0.285
0.175
0.150
0.150
0.080
0.515
0.165
0.290
0.280
0.095
0.075
0.085
0.120
0.080
0.450
0.195

0.155
0.170
0.045
0.005
0.100
0.055
0.135
0.360
0.600
0.055
0.040
0.105
0.300
0.305
0.010
0.005
0.035
0.080
0.070
0.040
0.025
0.005
0.195
0.150
0.020
0.070
0.055
0.030
0.025
0.015
0.135
0.015
0.005
0.020
0.090
0.011
0.022
0.020
0.010
0.105
0.015
0.195
0.055
0.100
0.130
0.045
0.015
0.040
0.025
0.075
0.300
0.075

0.180
0.195
0.085
0.110
0.115
0.120
0.165
0.395
2.910
0.090
0.125
0.250
0.695
0.460
0.025
0.005
0.070
0.100
0.095
0.040
0.085
0.030
0.310
0.160
0.165
0.105
0.100
0.125
0.055
0.030
0.145
0.015
0.010
0.020
0.095
0.190
0.205
0.040
0.025
0.135
0.055
0.305
0.070
0.175
0.180
0.070
0.020
0.060
0.120
0.075
0.325
0.125

0.165
0.195
0.080
0.110
0.105
0.115
0.160
0.380
2.880
0.090
0.115
0.245
0.685
0.450
0.015
0.005
0.055
0.095
0.090
0.040
0.075
0.025
0.285
0.160
0.130
0.080
0.075
0.060
0.035
0.030
0.145
0.015
0.005
0.020
0.090
0.175
0.185
0.035
0.025
0.135
0.050
0.295
0.060
0.175
0.180
0.055
0.015
0.055
0.090
0.075
0.320
0.115

1538WB
8524WB
0132WA
534726
534727
534728
534729
7252WA
7034WA
7889WB
486312
0101WB
8397WC
7285WA
7113C1
7113C3
7113C6
7113C7
7113CW
7173WA
5054WA
0118WA
5401WA
5042WB
514818
514826
514827
514828
514829
4588CW
4588CY
5243C1
5243C3
5243C5
7091WA
0069WB
0069WC
6963CA
6963CB
6963CH
0066WA
6963WA
9679CX
9679WD
9679WE
5246CN
5155WA
0165WA
7020WB
6742CW
6742WB
2283WA

WARRANTS
SYMLIFE-WB
TALIWRK-WB
TDEX-WA
TENAGA-C26
TENAGA-C27
TENAGA-C28
TENAGA-C29
TEOSENG-WA
TGUAN-WA
THRIVEN-WB
TM-C12
TMCLIFE-WB
TNLOGIS-WC
TOMYPAK-WA
TOPGLOV-C1
TOPGLOV-C3
TOPGLOV-C6
TOPGLOV-C7
TOPGLOV-CW
TOYOINK-WA
TRC-WA
TRIVE-WA
TROP-WA
TSRCAP-WB
UEMS-C18
UEMS-C26
UEMS-C27
UEMS-C28
UEMS-C29
UMW-CW
UMW-CY
UMWOG-C1
UMWOG-C3
UMWOG-C5
UNIMECH-WA
VIVOCOM-WB
VIVOCOM-WC
VS-CA
VS-CB
VS-CH
VSOLAR-WA
VS-WA
WCT-CX
WCT-WD
WCT-WE
WPRTS-CN
XINQUAN-WA
XOX-WA
YKGI-WB
YTLPOWR-CW
YTLPOWR-WB
ZELAN-WA

5,537.842
+40.432
(+0.74%)

4,686.53

Mar 1, 2010

CLOSE
(RM)
0.180
0.195
0.085
0.110
0.115
0.120
0.160
0.395
2.880
0.090
0.125
0.250
0.685
0.450
0.020
0.005
0.065
0.100
0.095
0.040
0.080
0.025
0.295
0.160
0.165
0.080
0.085
0.100
0.040
0.030
0.145
0.015
0.005
0.020
0.095
0.185
0.205
0.040
0.025
0.135
0.050
0.305
0.065
0.175
0.180
0.055
0.020
0.060
0.120
0.075
0.325
0.120

+/(RM)

Aug 8, 2016

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE

0.020
39.9
0.005
105
-0.005
255.9
0.005
0.5
0.015
110.4
0.010
270
0.005
80.5
0.005
96.1
Unch
97.2
-0.005
9
0.005
88.4
0.005
617
-0.005
916
Unch
253
0.005
7467.3
Unch
50
0.005
7600.2
Unch
230
Unch
1866.3
-0.005
15.6
-0.005
1268.7
Unch
910.5
-0.015
21.3
0.005
18
0.055
531
0.010
410
0.010 18227.1
0.045 127932.8
0.010 83111.9
Unch
30
0.005
100
-0.025
100
Unch
196.6
-0.035
100
-0.005
420
0.005 28216.4
0.005
3337.6
Unch
321
0.005
43
-0.005
35.2
-0.005
100
0.005
1689.8
Unch
712
-0.005
0.4
-0.005
220
-0.005
1983
0.005
183
Unch
948
0.025 14415.6
Unch
200
Unch
20
Unch
701.8

0.695
1.440
0.155
14.580
14.580
14.580
14.580
1.190
4.120
0.240
6.800
0.875
1.660
1.740
4.550
4.550
4.550
4.550
4.550
0.530
0.445
0.085
1.060
0.460
1.130
1.130
1.130
1.130
1.130
5.860
6.070
0.890
0.890
0.890
1.110
0.290
0.290
1.350
1.350
1.350
0.090
1.350
1.540
1.540
1.540
4.420
0.135
0.145
0.310
1.410
1.410
0.185

Please refer to the bursa malaysia website for the prices of Loan stocks, bonds and overseas structure warrants

1.100
1.700
0.110
12.880
13.700
14.400
15.100
1.350
1.500
0.640
6.500
0.750
1.000
2.290
7.000
7.660
5.150
4.950
4.040
1.500
0.500
0.100
1.000
0.700
0.930
1.100
0.980
1.050
1.250
7.000
5.700
1.180
1.070
1.300
1.500
0.240
0.100
1.380
1.480
1.200
0.120
1.650
1.600
1.710
2.080
4.250
1.000
0.200
0.500
1.400
1.140
0.250

PRM
(%)
84.17
31.60
25.81
-0.34
1.46
4.53
10.15
46.64
6.31
204.17
1.10
14.29
1.51
57.47
59.12
68.85
20.33
17.58
4.45
190.57
30.34
47.06
22.17
86.96
4.20
7.96
4.78
19.47
19.47
22.01
5.85
37.64
21.07
49.44
43.69
46.55
5.17
11.11
15.19
13.89
88.89
44.81
12.34
22.40
46.75
-0.11
655.56
79.31
100.00
4.61
3.90
100.00

EXPIRY
DATE
11/11/2020
11/11/2018
21/09/2018
30/08/2016
30/08/2016
28/02/2017
30/11/2016
29/01/2020
09/10/2019
05/10/2020
30/11/2016
21/06/2019
26/12/2018
21/06/2021
31/01/2017
15/08/2016
28/02/2017
30/11/2016
28/10/2016
20/04/2018
20/01/2017
06/01/2017
06/12/2019
28/12/2020
30/08/2016
30/09/2016
30/09/2016
28/11/2016
28/10/2016
31/01/2017
31/05/2017
28/11/2016
31/10/2016
15/12/2016
18/09/2018
07/09/2018
22/01/2020
28/10/2016
28/10/2016
31/01/2017
01/12/2017
06/01/2019
30/12/2016
11/12/2017
27/08/2020
30/09/2016
24/06/2019
10/02/2019
28/05/2020
31/05/2017
11/06/2018
25/01/2019

30 Markets

T U ESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Trading themes

Insider moves (Filings on Aug 5, 2016)


Insider Moves show what substantial shareholders are doing with their stakes, which could be a signal of their views on the companys outlook.
COMPANY

SHARES ACQUIRED
(DISPOSED)

SHARES HELD
AFTER CHANGE

TRANSACTION
DATE

332,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD


(300,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
351,100 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI

1,340,174,910
67,500,000

2/8
2/8

41,081,200

BURSA MALAYSIA
CAPITALAND MALAYSIA
MALL TRUST
CAPITALAND MYS MALL TRUST
CIMB GROUP

(450,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD


(1,000,000)AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
(1,733,800) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(607,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

37,662,094
197,473,200

30/6, 4, 5,
11 & 13/7
29/7 & 2/8
3/8

CIMB GROUP

(1,708,343) MITSUBISHI UFJ FINANCIAL GROUP,


INC. JAPAN
998,000 GOH KHENG PEOW
(3,017,600) GAN THIAN CHIN
446,200 LIM NYUK SANG @ FREDDY LIM
2,947,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,705,600) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
690,000 CITIGROUP NOMINEES (TEMPATAN) S/B
FOR UNIVERSAL TRUSTEE (M)
FOR CIMB ISLAMIC SMALL
(3,000,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
(844,600) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
685,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
735,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
400,000 MOHD ZULKEFLI MOHD ABDAH

AXIATA GROUP
BERJAYA AUTO
BORNEO AQUA HARVEST

COMPUGATES
CSC STEEL
DESTINI
DIGI.COM
DIGI.COM
EG INDUSTRIES

FRASER & NEAVE


GAMUDA
GENTING PLANTATIONS
HARTALEGA
HIBISCUS PETROLEUM
IGB REAL ESTATE INVEST TRUST
IHH HEALTHCARE
IJM CORPORATION
IOI CORPORATION
IOI PROPERTIES GROUP
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG
KUMPULAN EUROPLUS
LINGKARAN TRANS KOTA
MALAKOFF CORPORATION
MAXIS
MMC CORPORATION
MMC CORPORATION
PAVILION REAL ESTATE
INVEST TRUST
PETRONAS GAS
PPB GROUP
PUBLIC BANK
RANHILL
SKP RESOURCES
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE
INVEST TRUST
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE
INVEST TRUST
TELEKOM MALAYSIA
TELEKOM MALAYSIA

DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL
SHAREHOLDER

239,334,400
1,447,296,127
723,666,164

2/8
11, 12, 15
& 18/7
20 TO 22/7

426,658,910
30,437,500
80,367,200
915,902,640
513,730,400

5/8
1 TO 4/8
2 TO 4/8
2/8
2 & 3/8

11,108,700

1/8

52,500,000

29/7 & 1/8

182,050,900

2/8 & 3/8

102,359,400
121,245,100
93,734,000

474,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD


3,805,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,441,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
3,054,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(852,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(500,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
325,600 IJM CORPORATION
322,700 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
(2,243,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,691,600) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
(200,900) LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI
(300,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
532,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

257,016,513
676,654,300
285,931,600

2/8
2/8
1, 4, 5, 8/4,
28/6 & 4/8
2/8
2/8
2 & 3/8

413,006,373
253,895,586
70,200,000
262,900,074
35,322,700

28/7 & 2/8


2/8
2/8
1 & 2/8
2 & 3/8

732,114,433
619,841,300

1/8
2 & 3/8

223,197,400
152,769,800
197,860,103

1/8
2/8
2/8

500,000
600,000
5,250,644
285,200
243,400
(1,244,500)

EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD


EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

214,615,100
79,045,779
495,105,110
58,562,200
63,535,100
360,880,800

2/8
2/8
1 & 2/8
3/8
2/8
1/8

(1,175,000)AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI
DATO TAN WEI LIAN
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

269,544,100

2 & 3/8

508,834,930
474,118,300

2/8
2 & 3/8

1,892,100
(8,155,000)

TH PLANTATIONS
TIGER SYNERGY
UMW
UMW

844,000
200,000
(3,343,137)
568,000

UNITED PLANTATIONS
WAH SEONG CORPORATION
YTL CORPORATION

(298,300)
(692,300)
(1,000,000)

651,031,131
1 TO 3/8
390,059,900
4/8
189,411,756 29/7, 1 & 2/8
487,012,700
2/8
26,912,948
45,490,081
697,585,247

2/8
2/8
2/8

While every eort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an ocial record of shareholder
lings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the ocial lings led with
Bursa Malaysia.
Note: * denotes Ace Market

Local events to watch out for today


Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhds
durian party at Bukit Kiara Resort, Poolside,
Jalan Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara,
Kuala Lumpur from 4pm to 9pm.

Putra Brand Awards 2016 Gala Night at


Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Grand
Ballroom, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,
Kuala Lumpur at 7.30pm.

US manufacturing rebound
The US economy lost about a third of its manufacturing jobs from 2000 to 2010. But in the
last five years, hard hit states like North Carolina and the nation overall are showing slow
but steady growth in manufacturing jobs.

Stocks closest to year low

Stocks closest to year high


STOCK

UMW-CY
KUB
DANCO
HLIND
PAOS
MFCB-WA
SUPERMX-C18
DNEX-WD
YEN
MAYBANKC23
DRBHCOMC22
MRCB-C7

HIGH
(RM)

LOW
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

VOLUME
('000)

0.145
0.450
0.950
9.550
1.120
0.610
0.145
0.095
0.965
0.110
0.210
0.140

0.145
0.430
0.935
9.440
1.050
0.550
0.120
0.075
0.940
0.110
0.175
0.105

0.145
0.445
0.940
9.550
1.080
0.555
0.145
0.075
0.960
0.110
0.175
0.125

100
10960.2
1454.8
99.7
384.4
1416.1
5337.2
57583.7
1920.1
220
3963.7
31231.6

This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This
could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that
prot-taking activities could set in later.

STOCK

HSI-H39
HSI-H45
FBMKLCI-H79
HSI-H33
CHINA50-CN
OCR-WC
FBMKLCI-H57
SP500-H2
FBMKLCI-H77
OCR
DOLPHIN-WA
HSI-H37

HIGH
(RM)

LOW
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

VOLUME
('000)

0.205
0.510
0.235
0.035
0.225
0.085
0.020
0.440
0.150
0.385
0.115
0.090

0.175
0.450
0.235
0.025
0.220
0.085
0.020
0.440
0.145
0.370
0.115
0.060

0.175
0.450
0.235
0.030
0.220
0.085
0.020
0.440
0.150
0.375
0.115
0.085

11805.7
1766.1
60
2938.2
30
47.1
200
2.5
36
3585.6
5
1025.7

This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


NZ

NZ $
EURO

EURO

0.643
1.554

US

SWISS

BRIT CANADA BRUNEI SPORE

AUST

MSIA

CHINA

BANGLH

DENMK

UAE

0.961

0.961

0.934

2.8801

4.749

55.820

4.784

2.618

9,360

47.650

72.929

6.051

33.429

2.596

2.673

6.120

24.937

5.530

1.459

1.493

1.494

1.451

4.4767

7.381

86.764

7.435

4.069

14,549

74.065

113.357

9.405

51.960

4.035

4.155

9.513

38.761

8.595
7.757

STERLING

1.832

1.179

1.306

1.282

CANADA $

1.066

0.686

0.760

0.746

0.582

BRUNEI $

1.041

0.670

0.742

0.729

0.568

0.977

SINGAPORE $

1.041

0.669

0.742

0.728

0.568

0.976

1.000

AUSTRALIA $

1.071

0.689

0.764

0.750

0.585

1.005

1.029

1.029

MALAYSIA RM

0.347

0.223

0.248

0.243

0.190

0.326

0.334

0.334

0.324

21.059

13.548

15.013

14.738

11.494

19.762

20.228

20.238

19.661

60.6520

1.791

1.153

1.277

1.254

0.978

1.681

1.721

1.722

1.673

5.1596

8.507

100 DANISH KRONER

20.905

13.449

14.903

14.630

11.410

19.617

20.080

20.089

19.517

60.2080

99.27

100 UAE DIRHAM

38.197

24.574

27.230

26.732

20.847

35.843

36.690

36.707

35.661 110.0098

181.38

2,132

182.72

1000 INA RUPIAH

0.107

0.069

0.076

0.075

0.058

0.100

0.103

0.103

0.100

0.3077

0.507

5.964

0.511

0.280

100 INDIA RUPEE

2.099

1.350

1.496

1.469

1.145

1.969

2.016

2.017

1.959

6.0443

9.966

117.146

10.039

5.494

0.982

0.766

1.316

1.347

1.348

1.310

4.0400

6.661

78.300

6.710

3.672

13,130

66.840

102.299

8.487

46.891

3.641

3.750

8.585

34.980

0.780

1.341

1.372

1.373

1.334

4.1153

6.785

79.759

6.835

3.741

13,374

68.086

104.206

8.646

47.765

3.709

3.820

8.745

35.632

7.901

1.719

1.760

1.761

1.711

5.2770

8.700

102.275

8.765

4.797

17,150

87.305

133.622

11.086

61.249

4.756

4.898

11.213

45.690

10.132

1.024

1.024

0.995

3.0692

5.060

59.485

5.098

2.790

9,975

50.778

77.717

6.448

35.623

2.766

2.849

6.522

26.574

5.893

1.000

0.972

2.9984

4.944

58.113

4.980

2.726

9,745

49.607

75.924

6.299

34.802

2.702

2.783

6.371

25.961

5.757

0.972

2.9970

4.941

58.085

4.978

2.724

9,740

49.584

75.889

6.296

34.785

2.701

2.782

6.368

25.949

5.754

3.0849

5.086

59.789

5.124

2.804

10,026

51.038

78.115

6.481

35.806

2.780

2.864

6.555

26.710

5.923

1.0000

1.649

19.381

1.661

0.909

3,250

16.545

25.322

2.101

11.607

0.901

0.928

2.125

8.658

1.920

1,176

100.737

55.133

1,536

127.420

703.971

54.665

56.300

128.882

525.148

116.448

8.570

4.690

16,768

85.364

130.650

10.840

59.886

4.650

4.789

10.964

44.674

9.906

54.730

195,671

996.11

1,525

126.49

698.82

54.26

55.89

127.94

521.30

115.60

1,820

2,786

231.11

1,277

99.15

102.12

233.76

952.51

211.21

5.091

7.791

0.646

3.571

0.277

0.286

0.654

2.664

0.591

153.051

12.698

70.154

5.448

5.611

12.844

52.334

11.605

1,167

197,114 1,003.458

357,523
19,643

1.371

0.882

0.978

0.960

0.748

1.287

1.317

1.318

1.280

3.9492

6.511

76.540

6.559

3.590

12,835

65.338

16.527

10.633

11.782

11.567

9.020

15.509

15.875

15.883

15.430

47.6000

78.481

923

79.059

43.269

154,696

787.519

1,205

2.793

2.991

1.925

2.133

2.094

1.633

2.807

2.873

2.875

38.524

24.784

27.463

26.961

21.026

36.150

37.004

37.021

8.297

8.6157

14.205

166.983

14.310

7.832

28,000

142.543

218.163

18.100

35.966 110.9524

182.933

2,150

184.282

100.857

360,586

1,836

2,809

233.093

45.837

3.559

3.666

8.392

34.194

7.582

552.480

42.901

44.184

101.147

412.139

91.389

7.765
1,288

7.997

18.308

74.598

16.542

102.991

235.768

960.668

213.022

932.772

206.836

407.464

90.352

100 SAUDI RIYAL

37.405

24.065

26.666

26.178

20.415

35.101

35.929

35.946

34.922 107.7305

177.621

2,088

178.931

97.928

350,115

1,782

2,728

226.325

1,250

97.096

100 SWEDISH KRONOR

16.340

10.512

11.649

11.435

8.918

15.333

15.695

15.702

15.255

47.0600

77.590

912.079

78.162

42.778

152,941

778.585

1,192

98.866

546.212

42.415

43.683

4.010

2.580

2.859

2.806

2.189

3.763

3.852

3.854

3.744

11.5495

19.042

223.843

19.183

10.499

37,535

191.081

292.452

24.264

134.052

10.409

10.721

24.542

18.084

11.635

12.892

12.656

9.870

16.970

17.371

17.379

16.884

52.0850

85.875 1,009.470

86.508

47.346

169,272

861.721

1,319

109.422

604.536

46.944

48.347

110.678

100 HK$

HK

0.938

1.019

100 THAI BAHT

THAI

0.848

0.902

100 PHILIPPINE PESO

SAUDI SWEDEN

0.546

0.919

100 QATAR RIYAL

QATAR

1.088

1.403

100 NORWEGIAN KRONER

PHIL

0.700

1.429

100 JAPAN YEN

JAPAN NORWAY

1.108

US $

100 CHINESE RMB

INDIA

0.713

SWISS FR

100 BANGLADH TAKA

INA

228.922

22.174
450.972

Note: Run your nger down the left-hand side until you reach the country of origin you plan to exchange. Then move your nger until that line intersects with the vertical column of the currency you wish to buy. The gure is how much you will get. The above rates are subject to change and provided by Thompson Reuters.

Markets 3 1

TU E SDAY AU G U S T 9 , 2 016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY

FUTURES . MONEY MARKET . COMMODITIES

Money market

Index futures
Index points
1980

US Dollar

Long Rolls - KLCI futures

FKLI
Open Interest

1,668.50 90000

Klibor

USD Index

Index points

-4.00

18.00

(+9.00)

102.00

(+1.00)

Implied interest rate (%)


96.355

4.5

(+0.161)

94.25

1790

68000

4.75

1600

46000

-8.50

86.50

1410

24000

-21.75

78.75

1220

2000

-35.00

3.41

(Unch)
3.5

2.5

Jan 4, 2010

71.00

Jan 4, 2010

Aug 8, 2016

FBM KLCI futures higher in


tandem with cash market

Aug 8, 2016

FBM KLCI futures


INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT

LAST

CHANGE

VOLUME

OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contract on Bursa FBMKLCI 1,672.68 8.64 130.3M
1,668.50
9.00
6,293 40,688
557
Malaysia Derivatives ended higher in tandem AUG 16
SEPT 16
1,664.00
9.00
209
890
18
with the firmer underlying cash market.
DEC 16
1,653.00
9.00
34
232
-7
At close, August 2016, September 2016 MAR 16
1,643.50
7.00
14
38
7
and December 2016 were nine points higher TOTAL
6,550 41,848
575
at 1668.5, 1,664 and 1,653 respectively; while
BID
OFFER
CLOSE
March 2017 gained seven points to 1,643.5. FUTURES ROLL OVER
-4.0
-4.5
-4.0
Turnover rose to 6,550 lots from 6,414 lots AUG/SEP
last Friday and open interest increased to 41,848 FUTURES FAIR VALUE
DAYS TO EXPIRY
KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE
contracts from 41,111 contracts previously. CONTRACT
16
23
3.14
0.97
2.17
The benchmark FBM KLCI was 8.64 points AUG
SEPT 16
54
7.56
1.84
5.72
higher at 1,672.68.
ROLLS FAIR
3.55
Southeast Asian stocks rose yesterday,
with Thailand outperforming other markets
in the region, after strong US jobs data raised
the possibility of a rate hike by the US Federal
Reserve this year.
referendum to accept a new military-backed
Thailands stock market index rose to its constitution that would pave the way for an
highest since April 2015 after Thais voted in a election next year. Agencies

Commodities

Aug 8, 2016

US dollar adds to gains vs


yen after jobs data
The US dollar built on gains following last
Fridays bumper US jobs numbers yesterday,
gaining more than 0.5% against the yen
ahead of a week of data likely to feed the
debate on the chances of a rise in US interest
rates this year.
In early trade in Europe, the US dollar was
up 0.1% against the basket of currencies used
to measure its broader strength. It firmed
0.6% to 102.34 and was flat at US$1.1088
per euro, having gained to US$1.1046 last
Friday, its strongest in more than a week.
Dealers cited an interview with US Federal
Reserve (Fed) policymaker Jerome Powell in
the Financial Times, conducted before last
Fridays data, as quelling any speculation the
Fed could raise rates as soon as September,
seen in any case as only a 15% chance.
Reuters

1.5
Oct 1, 2000

CPO vs Soyoil
Open Interest

4200

200000

CPO RM/tonne

Soyoil US$/Ibs

Klibor
MONTH

6400

Gold

US$/bbl

US$/troy oz

0.7300

155.00

CHANGE

96.54
96.59
96.59
96.59
96.59
96.54
96.50
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45
96.45

VOLUME

OPEN
INTEREST

1980

42.40

3450

152500

5075

(RM0.3092/tonne) 0.5475

121.25

2700

105000

3750

0.3650

87.50

1340

57500

2425

0.1825

53.75

1020

1950

2,440

Jan 6, 2008

SETTLEMENT
PRICE

AUG6
SEP6
OCT6
DEC6
MAR7
JUN7
SEP7
DEC7
MAR8
JUN8
SEP8
DEC8
MAR9
JUN9
SEP9
DEC9
MAR0
JUN0
SEP0
DEC0
MAR1
JUN1
TOTAL

Crude Oil

2,751

1200

Aug 8, 2016

CPO prices react to various factors including soyoil prices, weather conditions and stockpiles. Open interest shows either increasing or decreasing market participation.

CPO & Open Interest


CPO RM/tonne

Oct 2, 2006

(+0.60)

10000

Aug 8, 2016

Palm rises on tighter supplies,


tracking firmer rival oils

1100

(+33)

Jan 6, 2008

Aug 8, 2016

0.0000

CPO futures
CONTRACT

AUG-16
SEP-16
OCT-16
NOV-16
DEC-16

LAST

2,571
2,463
2,440
2,428
2,427

CHANGE

66
33
33
32
36

VOLUME

86
2,214
19,062
10,380
3,809

OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST

2,299
20,660
72,105
51,919
16,333

1,329.50

(-7.80)

2,440

(+33)

1660

-155
-855
-1,002
-501
161

Malaysian palm oil futures rose yesterday as


traders reported tight physical supplies for
the month of August and the market tracked
CPO/SOYOIL
firmer rival vegetable oils on the Chicago CPO FUTURES
INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER FUTURES BASIS (USD)
and Dalian exchanges.
CURRENT
-77.66
AUG/SEP
108
Benchmark palm oil futures for October AUG/OCT
3 MONTHS AVERAGE
-85.03
131
delivery on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives AUG/NOV
6 MONTHS AVERAGE
-77.65
143
gained 1.4% or RM33 to RM2,440 per tonne SEP/OCT
23
at the close of trade. Palm oil snapped five SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES)
MAY16
JUNE16
JUL16
sessions of gains last Friday to record its SHIPMENT DAYS
1 - 10TH DAYS
404/391
362/368
394/388
sharpest fall in two weeks.
575/563
555/566
571/561
People are talking about tightness in 1- 15TH DAYS
DAYS
792/786
711/717
820/818
the market ... There is some demand from 11 -- 20TH
25TH DAYS
982/965
881/873 1,014/1,005
China and India coming in. The Mid-Autumn FULL MONTH
1,252/1,233
1,111/1,130
/
festival is coming in a month, said a trader. MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD
MAR16
APR16
MAY16
JUN16
US soybean and Dalian are also up. Last
1,220
1,301
1,364
1,533
Friday the market came down on profit- PRODUCTION
EXPORT
1,334
1,165
1,282
1,132
taking, so now it is back up.
STOCKS
1,885
1,800
1,645
1,776
China, the worlds second largest palm oil
MPOB Palm oil physical
consumer, will celebrate the Mid-Autumn
AUG2016
SEP2016
OCT2016
festival in mid-September this year, leading (IN RM/TON)
DELD
2,509
2,480
2,460
to higher consumption of the tropical oil. CPO
PK EX-MILL
2,645
2,650
2,630
Cargo surveyor data had showed that CPKO DELD
5,473
5,407
5,357
palm oil exports from Malaysia rose 12% RBD P.OIL FOB
2,630
2,589
2,508
to 15% for the full month of July from June, RBD P.OLEIN FOB
2,650
2,618
2,549
2,589
2,549
2,468
boosted by demand from Europe and China. RBD P.STEARIN FOB
A Reuters survey forecast that Malaysias MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE)
GRADE A
GRADE B
GRADE C
July exports will rise nearly 14% month-on- REGION
OER (RM/TON)
OER(RM/TON)
OER (RM/TON)
month, while inventories see a 3.1% gain to NORTH
20.00% 570
19.00% 546
18.00% 522
1.83 million tonnes.
SOUTH
20.00% 577
19.00% 553
18.00% 528
20.00% 577
19.00% 553
18.00% 528
Official government data on stock levels CENTRAL
and exports from the Malaysia Palm Oil Board EAST COAST 20.00% 570 19.00% 545 18.00% 521
22.00% 552
21.00% 530
20.00% 508
are scheduled for release tomorrow. Reuters SABAH
SARAWAK
22.00% 560
21.00% 538
20.00% 515

20.00
Apr 10, 2007

700
Aug 8, 2016

Oil price rises on fresh


calls for production freeze
Oil received a boost yesterday from reports
of renewed talks by some Organization
of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
(Opec) members to restrain output, but
analysts warned the bearish fundamentals
that brought prices to four-month lows in
previous week still lurked in the background.
International benchmark Brent futures
were trading at US$44.86 per barrel, up 59
US cents or 1.13% from their last close. US
West Texas Intermediate crude futures were
at US$42.40 per barrel, up 60 US cents or
1.32%.
The rise came on the back of fresh calls
by some members of the Opec to freeze
production levels in a bid to rein in output
that has consistently outpaced demand.
Qatars energy minister also said yesterday
that the oil market is on a path to rebalancing.
Reuters

Centrifuged Latex

Aug 31, 2008

Commodities
AGRICULTURE

UNIT

EXCHANGE

RM/TON
SEN/KG
USC/BSH
USC/BSH
USC/BSH
USC/IBS
US$/TON
USC/IBS
USC/IBS
USC/IBS

MDEX
MRB
CBOT
CBOT
CBOT
CME
NYBOT
NYBOT
NYBOT
NYC

2,440
522.00
326.00
1,017.00
421.00
115.53
2,987
147.70
21.17
76.13

US$/TON
USC/IBS
US$/TROY OZ
US$/TROY OZ
US$/TROY OZ
USC/TROY OZ
RMB/TON
RMB/TON

KLTM
CMX
CMX
NYMEX
NYMEX
CMX
SHF
SHF

18,350
270
2.1740 0.0140
1,329.50
-7.80
1,149.60
-1.90
691.80
-6.00
19.70
-0.12
12,385
260
17,535
180

LIGHT CRUDE OIL


US$/BBL
HEATING OIL
USC/GAL
NATURAL GAS
US$/MMBTU
BRENT CRUDE
US$/BBL
GAS OIL
US$/TON

NYMEX
NYMEX
NYMEX
ICE
ICE

42.40
0.60
1.3596 0.0198
2.776 -0.033
44.86
0.59
384.75
12.25

CRUDE PALM OIL


RUBBER
CORN
SOYBEANS
WHEAT
LIVE CATTLE
COCOA
COFFEE
SUGAR
COTTON

33
6.50
1.75
13.25
5.00
0.75
30
1.55
0.46
-0.84

METAL & PRECIOUS METALS


TIN
COPPER
GOLD
PLATINUM
PALLADIUM
SILVER
ALUMINIUM
ZINC

ENERGY

Sen/Kg

1100

1700

900

1325

445.00

950

(-4.00)

500

522.00
(+6.50)

575

300
Jan 7, 2007

LAST PRICE CHANGE

Rubber - Msia SMR 20

Sen/Kg

700

Aug 8, 2016

200

Aug 8, 2016

Jan 7, 2007

Aug 8, 2016

Markets

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T UESDAY AU G U ST 9, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

F U T U R E S . M O N E Y M A R K E T . C O M M O D I T I E S PA G E 3 1

YOUR DAILY FINANCIAL MARKET S ROUNDUP

I N S I D E R M OV E S . T R A D I N G T H E M E S . E V E N T S . FO R E X PA G E 3 0
G L O BA L M A R K E T S PA G E 2 9
M A I N M A R K E T . A C E M A R K E T L I ST I N G PA G E 2 5

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KLCI 1,672.68

FBM ACE 5,484.28

8.64

FTSTI 2,870.78

64.10

42.61 NIKKEI 16,650.57

396.12 HANG SENG 22,494.76

Reason and judgment are the qualities of a leader.


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STOCK

1,672.68

Index point

1673
1672
1671
1670
1669
1668
1667
1666
1665
1664
1663

(+8.64)

KL Composite Index

1,668.50

(+9.00)

KLCI futures

8:45 9:30

10:30

11:30

12:45

14:30

15:30

16:30 17:15

Daily FBM KLCI


Moving average - 20-day

KL Composite Index
1950.0

MBSB
UEMS-C28
HUBLINE
UEMS-C29
DBE
JTIASA-CI
MRCB-C7
MRCB-WA
DRBHCOMC16
UEMS
SUPERMX-C10
RA
AMEDIA
RSENA-WA
MYEG-CX
GPACKET

VOLUME
('000)

CHANGE
(%)

CHANGE
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

HIGH
(RM)

LOW
(RM)

199,155
127,933
106,145
83,112
76,391
48,911
31,232
29,246
25,371
24,667
24,494
22,101
22,431
20,710
20,135
19,556

8.88
81.82
0.00
33.33
0.00
66.67
25.00
3.85
50.00
1.80
50.00
100.00
6.45
-7.14
14.29
0.00

0.075
0.045
0.000
0.010
0.000
0.010
0.025
0.005
0.010
0.020
0.010
0.005
0.010
-0.005
0.010
0.000

0.920
0.100
0.005
0.040
0.050
0.025
0.125
0.135
0.030
1.130
0.030
0.010
0.165
0.065
0.080
0.255

0.930
0.125
0.010
0.055
0.060
0.030
0.140
0.145
0.045
1.200
0.035
0.015
0.170
0.080
0.085
0.270

0.850
0.060
0.005
0.035
0.045
0.015
0.105
0.130
0.015
1.100
0.020
0.005
0.155
0.065
0.075
0.255

Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
last 5 trading days. The table captures the build-up of interest in these companies and is thus a gauge of
market expectations for these counters.

1,672.68
(+8.64)

1667.5

FBM KLCI gains as Asian


stocks rise on US job report

1,661.72

1385.0

1102.5

820.0
Jan 2, 2008

Aug 8, 2016

900

600

300

Volume (mil)

FBM KLCI futures


CONTRACT

AUG 16
SEPT 16
DEC 16

SETTLEMENT

CHANGE

HIGH

LOW

1,668.50
1,664.00
1,653.00

9.00
9.00
9.00

1,669.50
1,665.00
1,653.00

1,663.00
1,659.00
1,646.00

KLCI
POINTS

CHANGE
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

VOLUME
('000)

1.50
1.45
1.12
1.05
0.84
0.82
0.52
0.39
0.39
0.38
0.26
0.19
0.00
-0.27
-0.33
-0.54
7.78
0.86
8.64

0.160
0.100
0.090
0.100
1.760
0.060
0.070
0.200
0.060
0.200
0.160
0.030
0.000
-0.090
-0.020
-0.050

14.580
4.520
6.240
7.700
51.960
6.590
7.650
16.380
19.640
15.400
23.340
8.300
1.420
7.660
7.980
4.400

8108.7
21164.2
1881.0
11631.4
144.5
4980.4
2455.3
319.8
2408.9
679.9
359.3
3247.7
5189.8
204.2
6602.6
7734.2

FBM KLCI sensitivity*


TENAGA NASIONALBERHAD
CIMB GROUP
MAXIS
SIME DARBY
BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO
IHH HEALTHCARE
MISC
PPB GROUP
PUBLIC BANK
HONG LEONG FINANCE
PETRONAS DAGANG
GENTING
SAPURA-KENCANA
KLCC PROPERTY REIT
MAYBANK
IOI CORPORATION
SUB-TOTAL
OTHERS
GRAND TOTAL

* How stock price changes affected the index on the previous trading day

6.79

KLCI FUTURES 1651.00

7.00

STI 2831.96

4.38

RM/USD 4.0490

CPO RM2441.00

26.00

OIL US$42.70

0.40

GOLD US$1355.10

1.90

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STRENGTH

Daily top 20 active stocks


MBSB
UEMS-C28
HUBLINE
DRBHCOMC20
UEMS-C29
DBE
THHEAVY
DNEX-WD
JTIASA-CI
BORNOIL
DNEX
VIVOCOM
DRBHCOMC21
PDZ
MRCB-C7
MRCB-WA
VIVOCOM-WB
DRBHCOMC16
UEMS
SUPERMX-C10

TURNOVER
(000)

CHANGE
(RM)

CHANGE
(%)

PRICE
(RM)

PE
RATIO

DIVIDEND
YIELD (%)

199,155.4
127,932.8
106,145.1
84,967.8
83,111.9
76,390.6
68,954.0
57,583.7
48,911.2
36,190.0
35,877.1
33,088.9
32,784.2
32,385.4
31,231.6
29,246.4
28,216.4
25,371.1
24,667.0
24,494.4

0.075
0.045
UNCH
0.040
0.010
UNCH
-0.020
-0.005
0.010
-0.005
-0.005
0.010
0.020
-0.015
0.025
0.005
0.005
0.010
0.020
0.010

8.88
81.82
UNCH
57.14
33.33
UNCH
-10.53
-6.25
66.67
-2.78
-2.27
3.57
14.81
-15.00
25.00
3.85
2.78
50.00
1.80
50.00

0.920
0.100
0.005
0.110
0.040
0.050
0.170
0.075
0.025
0.175
0.215
0.290
0.155
0.085
0.125
0.135
0.185
0.030
1.130
0.030

13.81

16.51
11.06
19.31

24.29

3.43
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4.36
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.44
0.00

Top gainers and losers (ranked by RM)


UP
BAT
KESM
CARLSBG
HLFG
PPB
TENAGA
PETDAG
MNRB
PETRONM
MSC
SUPERMX
HSI-C32

CLOSE

CHANGE
(RM)

51.960
6.690
15.000
15.400
16.380
14.580
23.340
2.810
3.660
2.920
2.280
1.040

1.760
0.310
0.260
0.200
0.200
0.160
0.160
0.160
0.140
0.140
0.140
0.125

0.010
0.020
0.100
0.025
0.025
0.110
0.015
0.030
0.165
0.030

100.00
100.00
81.82
66.67
66.67
57.14
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00

DOWN
PANAMY
UTDPLT
F&N
BKAWAN
HSI-H63
VERSATL
SAM
HSI-H45
HSI-H57
KLCC
PIE
ORIENT

CLOSE

CHANGE
(RM)

36.040
26.540
24.040
17.800
0.930
1.100
7.500
0.450
0.725
7.660
2.370
6.590

-1.660
-0.660
-0.460
-0.200
-0.110
-0.100
-0.100
-0.095
-0.090
-0.090
-0.090
-0.080

0.005
0.015
0.010
0.020
0.010
0.025
0.080
0.030
0.015
0.175

-50.00
-50.00
-33.33
-33.33
-33.33
-28.57
-27.27
-25.00
-25.00
-23.91

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI rose 8.64 points or 0.5%


to 1,672.68 yesterday, tracking Asian stock market gains on
news the US added more jobs than expected last month.
Across Asia, Japans Nikkei 225 gained 2.44%, while Hong
Kongs Hang Seng Index rose 1.57%. The South Koreas Kospi
increased 0.65% at the close of trade.
Reuters reported that Asian stocks rose to one-year highs
and the Australian dollar climbed yesterday as investors
hunt for yield gathered momentum against the backdrop of Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
a recovering US economy and ultra-easy global monetary
UP
CHANGE
DOWN
CHANGE
policy conditions.
CLOSE
(%)
CLOSE
(%)
The US Department of Labor said July nonfarm payrolls
SUPERMX-C15
0.030
200.00
UMWOG-C5
0.020
-63.64
rose by 255,000 and revised the June increase upwards to
0.010 100.00
UMWOG-C1
0.015 -62.50
292,000. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast July RA
MAXWELL-WA
0.010 100.00
TESLA-C2
0.005 -50.00
payrolls would increase by 180,000.
PETDAG-CQ
0.010 100.00
OCR-WB
0.015 -50.00
Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd analyst Kenneth Leong told SUPERMX-C12
0.020 100.00
MTOUCHE-WA
0.010 -33.33
theedgemarkets.com that investors would continue to UEMS-C28
0.100
81.82
FBMKLCI-H57
0.020 -33.33
0.035
75.00
DSONIC-CJ
0.010 -33.33
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JTIASA-CI
0.025
66.67
KAREX-CO
0.025 -28.57
decision following the US employment numbers.
0.025
66.67
CHINA50-CJ
0.080 -27.27
The US employment report is a crucial indicator of the SUPERMX-C13
DRBHCOMC20
0.110
57.14
HSI-H33
0.030 -25.00
countrys economy, hence offering clues on the direction of STERPRO-WA
0.015
50.00
RESINTC-WA
0.015 -25.00
US interest rates.
DRBHCOMC16
0.030
50.00
HSI-H39
0.175 -23.91
Leong said investors had been following constructionsector news. He said investors could expect more news flow Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
from the sector as the award of Pan Borneo Highway and
UP
CHANGE
DOWN
CHANGE
Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Expressway contracts had
CLOSE
(%)
CLOSE
(%)
started in recent weeks. by Yimie Yong
SUPERMX-C15
0.030 200.00
UMWOG-C5
0.020 -63.64
MAXWELL-WA
0.010 100.00
UMWOG-C1
0.015 -62.50
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FTSE 100
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348.67

CLOSE

CHANGE

18,543.53
2,182.87
4,791.21
6,793.47
5,537.84
3,004.28
22,494.76
28,182.57

191.48
18.62
47.40
53.31
40.43
27.58
348.67
104.22

INDONESIA
JAPAN
KOREA
PHILIPPINES
SINGAPORE
TAIWAN
THAILAND
VIETNAM

CLOSE

CHANGE

5,458.98
16,650.57
2,031.12
7,993.58
2,870.78
9,150.26
1,542.26
629.46

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396.12
13.18
23.23
42.61
58.14
23.57
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