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Sime Darby mulling


ways to unlock
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division

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KUALA LUMPUR: Loss-making


UK-based retailer Tesco Stores (M)
Sdn Bhd, which operates hypermarkets in Malaysia, is retrenching
around 600 employees, as part of its
transformation and restructuring
exercise, according to an industry
source.
In March, Tesco Stores saw 130
of its employees at its headquarters leave after opting for a voluntary separation scheme. This time,
those who will be asked to go are
at the store level. It is unclear if the
600 staff involved include the first
batch of 130.
It was recently revealed that Tesco Stores has 10,000 staff, of which
500 are located at its head office.
A spokesman for Tesco Stores,
when contacted, told The Edge Financial Daily that the exercise involves its store management restructuring. The spokesman added
that Tesco Stores was unable to divulge the number of employees that
it will be letting go as the retailer is
still in the process of job matching
its employees to new roles.
We have today (yesterday)
briefed our management teams

One of its initiatives is


to transform six of its
existing stores into
the Next Generation
Stores concept.

on changes we are making to our


store management structures. In
order to respond to our customers
ever-changing needs, we are simplifying structures in our larger stores.
This will involve replacing the
existing store management structures with a simpler and more agile one. The structures have been
designed to make sure we have
clearer lines of responsibility in
crucial areas that influence customer satisfaction like service, quality
and availability bringing our
colleagues closer to customers.
The stronger management
structure within our stores will
enable the store teams to lead in
the right way and in the right areas. Our aim is to keep the number
of colleagues leaving the business
to a minimum. We are committed

to doing what we can to ensure as


many affected colleagues [as possible] are offered new roles within
the business.
Tesco Stores is the third-largest
hypermarket operator in Malaysia, with 55 stores. It is scheduled
to open its 56th store tomorrow
in Bandar Puteri Bangi, Selangor.
After enjoying seven years of
profitability, Tesco Stores plunged
into losses in the financial year
ended Feb 28, 2015 (FY15), with
a net loss of RM289.02 million, on
the back of RM4.52 billion in revenue. It also posted losses in FY16.
Tesco Stores chief executive officer Paul Ritchie recently said the
Malaysian business is undergoing
a three-year transformation, which
was already showing favourable
results.
One of its initiatives is to transform six of its existing stores into
the Next Generation Stores concept,
which focuses on rationalising the
size of its stores and malls to improve customer experience.
Tesco Stores is a 70:30 joint venture between Tesco Holdings BV
and Sime Darby Allied Products
Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary
of Sime Darby Bhd.

Foreign partner for Proton by 1H17


SHAH ALAM: Proton Holdings
Bhd is expected to identify its foreign strategic partner by the first
half of next year.
I am made to understand that
by the first half of next year, Proton
will be able to identify its strategic partner ... this is certainly a
huge effort and a lot of discussions
must be done, International Trade
and Industry Minister Datuk Seri
Mustapa Mohamed told reporters
after launching the second generation Persona here yesterday.
Mustapa said the government
would not get involved with the
decisions made by Proton to
choose a foreign company as its
strategic partner.
Previously, several renowned
foreign automotive companies
were reported to have shown interest in becoming Protons strategic partner, and the government
would leave it to the company to
make its own choice to restore its
performance.
The new Persona is Protons
first model equipped with an ecodrive mode indicator.
Its chairman, Datuk Seri Syed
Faisal Albar Syed Ali Rethza Albar,
said the eco-drive assist delivered
fuel savings of up to 5.6 litres per
100km when the indicator mode
lights up.
Powered by a 1.6 litre variable

Celebrities Nur Fazura Sharifuddin (left) and Zul Arin giving the thumbs up to
Protons second generation Persona after it was launched by Mustapa at the Setia
Alam Convention Centre, Setia Alam yesterday. Photo by Bernama

valve timing engine, the new Persona emphasises the characteristics of active and passive safety
features, which earned five-star
ratings from the New Car Assessment Programme for Southeast
Asia, he told reporters after the
launch.
The new Persona comes in
three variants standard with
manual or automatic transmis-

sion; executive; and premium.


Prices start from RM43,570 in
Peninsular Malaysia, and from
RM48,350 in Sabah and Sarawak.
Proton chief executive officer
Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali said
the company is targeting sales of
between 3,000 and 4,000 units
a month with the new Persona,
which is now open for booking
and test drive. Bernama

Pzer bets
US$14b it
knows better
than market
BY RO B E RT C Y R A N

NEW YORK: Pfizer seems to


know something others dont
about Medivation. Its betting
US$14 billion (RM56.28 billion) on the biotech, a 120%
premium to the undisturbed
market value. Its a good fit and
Medivations cancer blockbuster is a rare gem. But a heated
auction and back-of-the-envelope math hint that the buyer
is overpaying.
Big drug companies are always on the lookout for new
drugs to sell. Among the most
appealing are cancer therapies
with fat margins. The concentrated market means few salespeople are needed, and drugs
with a proven benefit over rival treatments can command
sky-high prices. Medivations
Xtandi for prostate cancer costs
well over US$100,000 per year.
Worldwide sales of Xtandi were US$595 million in the
second quarter. Even this gem
has flaws, however. Pfizer will
have to share rights to the drug
with Japanese company Astellas Pharma. Medivation currently receives half of US profits and a royalty from overseas
sales.
Despite these limitations,
Pfizer is paying more than 11
times Medivations estimated sales for 2017. The market
values Pfizer at 4.5 times its
revenue. There are big caveats
to this comparison, but at the
very least it suggests that Pfizer
expects sales to grow sharply in future years. Yet Xtandis
US sales are levelling off, with
growth running at an 11% annual rate in the second quarter. Extending treatment with
the drug and expanding into
new cancers may boost growth
again, but that remains to be
proven.
Redemption might come
from Medivations potential
drug for breast and other cancers. The companys management recently said the new
category of cancer treatment
concerned could produce
sales of US$30 billion a year,
with its drug capturing a big
chunk. That sounds like part
of the companys sales pitch,
though. Medivation paid just
US$410 million for it a year ago,
with a promise of up to another US$160 million as approvals are achieved. Analysts are
mostly projecting annual sales
of around US$300 million from
this drug.
Pfizer may believe in a far
more lucrative outcome. But
it also had to outbid multiple
savvy rivals including Astellas,
Medivations natural partner,
and Sanofi. The most probable
explanation for the heady price
is that Pfizer has once again
paid more than it should have
done. Reuters

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Switch to higher value


products FMM

IOI Corp slips back


into red in 4Q,
with RM59m
net loss or 0.94
sen a share
BY S UPR IYA S UR E N D R A N

Msia must move away from lower-end manufacturing, dependence on low-skilled workers
BY A H MA D NAQ I B I DRIS

KUALA LUMPUR: Pointing out that


Malaysia is still lagging behind compared to top export nations, the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers
(FMM) has called on manufacturers
to go for higher value products in order to further grow the sector.
FMM chairman Tan Sri Saw Choo
Boon said manufacturers must move
away from lower-end manufacturing,
which requires extensive use of lowskilled workers.
We need to move away from the
simple assembly type of manufacturing, where we need a lot of lowskilled workers, and a reduction in
our dependency on foreign workers
is something we must aim for.
However, this has to be implemented over a period of time. A total ban on foreign workers would be
damaging to Malaysias economy, as
we are quite dependent on foreign
workers, he said at a press conference yesterday.
Saw explained that the government should emphasise more research and development (R&D)
activities, as well as automation of
manufacturing processes in order
to evolve the nations manufacturing sector.
The government can help
through providing an environment
for R&D, by giving grants for R&D
to assist in innovation. If we move
to higher-end manufacturing, we
will need skilled workers, and the
government should help by ensuring that skilled workers are available, he said.
Meanwhile, he said FMM has
been pushing for an extension for the
reinvestment allowance beyond the
three-year assessment announced

FMM - MIER business conditions index values


Indicators

2H2014

Business conditions
Local sales
Export sales
Production volume
Capacity utilisation
Capital investment
Number of employees
Cost of production

Current (Compared to 6 months ago)


1H2015
2H2015
1H2016

94
88
98
101
101
106
106
154

86
77
102
95
93
108
104
162

83
72
95
88
90
104
91
154

1H2015

90
80
99
93
94
110
106
154

107
100
116
118
116
115
117
164

Looking Forward (Next 6 months)


2H2015
1H2016
2H2016

95
87
107
104
107
111
103
156

94
84
106
104
100
107
106
157

107
99
112
114
111
108
111
150

Source:FMM and MIER

in Budget 2016, from 2016 to 2018,


to encourage further automation by
companies.
Saw said currently the state of
automation in the manufacturing
sector is still insufficient, especially
as foreign labour is comparatively
cheaper.
At the moment, the government
has given reinvestment allowance
for companies that invest in automation, but its only up to a certain
company size. We have asked for
it to be extended to all companies,
and beyond the three-year assessment period.
But its not just money driving
this automation journey, its also
about support given to the industry, in terms of skilled workers and
education, he said.
Besides that, he also advocated for
the setting-up of a centralised oversight body for the export segment.
All the processes involved in exporting are controlled by many different agencies and departments,
so theres no centralised control or
body overseeing the entire chain of
processes.
Some countries have a centralised body which oversees

everything, whereas in Malaysia we


have the port authority, the transport
ministry, as well as the Royal Malaysian Customs. There are too many
government departments involved,
so it can be very complicated. We
are not doing so well comparatively with the top exporting, he said,
adding that this increases the time
and costs needed to export goods.
Saw spoke to the media during
a briefing by FMM and the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research
(MIER), announcing the findings
of the FMMMIER Business Conditions Survey for the first half of
2016 (1H16).
According to the survey, the
general business conditions index
showed an uptick of seven points
to 90 for 1H16, from 86 and 83 in
1H15 and 2H15 respectively, while
the index for the expected business
conditions stood at 107.
While the index has improved
since last year, Saw noted that it is
still below the 100-point mark, indicating some cautiousness on behalf
of manufacturers amid the uncertain
global environment.
In summary, the first half of the
year has performed better than the

second half of last year. Going forward, generally there is a positive


outlook for 2H16, he said.
He said the positive outlook for the
latter half of the year will be mainly
supported by the weakened ringgit
and also the continuous efforts by
government agencies such as Malaysia External Trade Development
Corp (Matrade) to boost global trade.
Having said that, we need to be
cautious because the global economy is still facing challenges. The US,
the largest economy in the world,
expanded by just about 1.2% in
2Q16, while the eurozones growth
dropped from 2.2% in 1Q16 to 1.2%
in 2Q16. China also showed slower
growth, while Japan is stagnant,
said Saw.
In terms of sales, the local sales
index rose to 80 for 1H16, from 77
and 72 in 1H15 and 2H15 respectively, while the export sales index
rose to 99 points from 95 points in
2H15. However, the index declined
year-on-year, from 102 in 1H15.
Going forward, manufacturers
anticipate better local and export
sales, as the indices stood at 99 points
and 112 points respectively, higher
than the figures recorded for 1H16.

MSM 2Q net profit plunges 70%


BY A H MA D NAQ I B I DRIS

KUALA LUMPUR: The surge in raw


sugar prices, coupled with the weak
ringgit, has hit hard on MSM Malaysia Holdings Bhds (MSM) net profit
for the second quarter ended June
30 (2QFY16).
The sugar refiners net profit
shrunk 70% to RM23.68 million, or
3.37 sen per share for 2QFY16 the
lowest since its listing on Bursa Malaysia in June 2011, compared with
RM79.13 million or 11.26 sen in the
previous corresponding quarter.
Its quarterly revenue grew 8% to
RM633.86 million from RM588.32
million a year earlier.
The global sugar industry is impacted by the skyrocketing raw sugar
prices. Thus far, we have adopted a
cautious approach on these external
factors. Our key priority is to pursue

MSMs earnings
80,000

Net profit (000)

70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
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2Q

3Q
FY15

4Q

1Q
2Q
FY16

our growth plan and remain firm


to achieve the targets set forth for
this year, said MSMs president and
group chief executive officer Mohamad Amri Sahari in a statement.
Earlier this month, MSM announced that the price of refined

sugar was set to rise by up to 30%


for industrial buyers, amid rising
global raw sugar prices and the
weakening of the ringgit against
the US dollar.
According to reports, the price
for industrial buyers with approved
permits increased from RM1,900
per tonne to between RM2,400 and
RM2,500 effective Aug 1.
Meanwhile, the increase in revenue was due to better sales of refined sugar for the local and export
markets.
For the first half of its financial
year (1HFY16), net profit contracted 45% to RM83.02 million, from
RM150.16 million in 1HFY15, while
revenue climbed 8% to RM1.19 billion, from RM1.1 billion.
The groups sugar segment reported pre-tax profit of RM111.22 million
for the cumulative period, up 15%

compared with RM96.52 million in


the previous year.
Meanwhile, the rubber and palm
oil business registered a wider pretax loss of RM3.57 million, compared
with RM261,000 previously.
Going forward, MSM said it expects to sustain its satisfactory performance, barring the volatility of
commodity prices.
I am confident that the aggressive plans constituted in our strategic
road map will safeguard our target
revenue, profit and value.
These strategies are set to motion
via price adjustment concerning the
industrial buyer, strategic hedging
mechanism to achieve the best average raw sugar price and prudent cost
management initiatives, particularly on the Johor refinery project and
effective management of our capital
expenditure, said Amri.

KUALA LUMPUR: IOI Corp Bhd


slipped back into the red for its
fourth quarter ended June 30, 2016
(4QFY16) with a net loss of RM59
million or 0.94 sen a share, compared to a net profit of RM112.7
million or 1.78 sen per share a year
earlier. The group reported a net loss
of RM719 million for 1QFY16, but
posted a profit in 2Q and 3Q.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia,
IOI Corp said the 4QFY16 loss was
due to lower contribution from the
resource-based manufacturing segment. The segment suffered a loss
of RM58.5 million compared to a
profit of RM99.1 million in 4QFY15,
mainly due to a fair value loss on
derivative financial instruments of
RM121.9 million, which are primarily trade-related foreign exchange
(forex) forward contracts.
The segment also saw lower margins derived from the oleochemicals
sub-segment as a result of high palm
kernel raw material cost and partly due to lower contribution from
specialty oils and fats sub-segment
arising from the groups roundtable
on sustainable palm oil (RSPO) certification suspension.
IOI Corps revenue for 4QFY16 fell
3.9% to RM2.82 billion, from RM2.93
billion a year earlier. For the full financial year (FY16), IOI Corp reported a more than 12-fold increase in net
profit to RM629.7 million, compared
with RM51.9 million for FY15, due to
a lower net foreign currency translation loss on foreign currency-denominated borrowings and higher
contribution from resource-based
manufacturing segments.
Revenue was 1.7% higher at
RM11.74 billion compared with
RM11.54 billion for FY15.
On prospects, IOI Corp said that
with the recent rebound in crude
palm oil price and the expected
increase in palm production over
the next few months, the plantation
segment is expected to perform
satisfactorily.
As for the resource-based manufacturing segment, we expect the
operating conditions for the oleochemicals sub-segment to remain
challenging due to the current high
palm kernel prices. However, the
group will strive for operational excellence and cost efficiency to sustain its
oleochemicals business performance.
For our specialty oils and fats
sub-segment, with the recent lifting of
suspension on our RSPO certification,
the groups priority is to work towards
regaining some of the business in Europe and the US that was lost during
the suspension period, it said.
IOI Corp added that the volatility of the US dollar-ringgit exchange
rate will continue to affect the noncash flow forex translation gain or
loss, arising mainly from its medium- to long-dated US dollar-denominated borrowings as well as
the fair value gain or loss on derivative financial instruments. IOI Corp
shares closed down one sen (0.23%)
to RM4.43 yesterday, with a market
capitalisation of RM27.86 billion.

4 HOME BUSINESS

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Sime Darby mulling


ways to unlock value
of motor division
Current weak market sentiment making IPO difficult
BY KAMARUL ANWAR

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Bhd


is still looking for ways to unlock the
value of its motor division. However,
the current weak market sentiment
is making an initial public offering
(IPO) difficult.
Meanwhile, the conglomerate yesterday announced its proposed share placement to raise up
to RM2.38 billion or RM7.51 per
share to local and foreign investors.
On the sidelines of the conglomerates latest quarterly earnings
presentation, president and chief
executive Tan Sri Mohd Bakke Salleh
said the problem with listing Sime
Darby Motors Sdn Bhd right now
is that the company would not get
a valuation that is greater than the
sum of its parts.
During the press briefing, Mohd
Bakke said its a work in progress
when asked about updates on Sime
Darby Motors IPO. We are still
working on it. So I cant say much,
he said.
Media reports then said Sime
Darby had engaged with investment
banks with the intention to float the
automotive company by the middle of last year, before postponing
it indefinitely.
Sime Darby made a net profit of
RM1.14 billion in the fourth quarter
ended June 30, 2016, up 13.4% from
the year prior thanks to recognition of a special tax incentive from

Sime Darby Motors'


pre-tax earnings
800
700

(RM mil)

FYE June 30

702.1 711.4
634.5

600
500

473.6

502.5

400
300
200
100
0

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016*


*unaudited
Source: Sime Darby

Indonesia. Revenue, however, fell


by 8.8% to RM11.73 billion.
For the full financial year ended
June 30, 2016 (FY16), Sime Darbys net profit of RM2.41 billion or
38.43 sen a share was little changed
from FY15s RM2.43 billion or 39.57
sen a share. Revenue for the year
inched up by 0.5% to RM43.96
billion.
On its auto division, although its
car sales volume fell by 9% to 83,060
units because of the softer consumer
sentiment in Malaysia, the divisions
pre-tax profit in fact improved by
6.1%, as super luxury car sales segment picked up in China, Singapore,
Thailand and Vietnam.

With higher pre-tax profit of


RM502.5 million, Sime Darby Motors became the third-largest contributor to the groups pre-tax profit
in FY16.
In FY17, Sime Darby sees the
opportunity to capitalise on this
segment further with launches of
new BMW models and Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition, said group
chief financial officer Datuk Tong
Poh Keow.
We are also expecting a turnaround in the Malaysian businesses,
and we hope the new BMW models
launches will be able to compete
with Mercedes-Benz, which has
seen strong sales here recently,
she said.
She noted that Sime Darby is
seeing the potential of expanding
the capacity of Inokoms assembly
in Kulim, Kedah, to cater for the
Asean market.
Tong told reporters that Sime
Darbys proposed 5% share placement, which is expected to be completed by end-2016, is mainly to
consolidate its financials while at
the same time to fund its growth
in FY17.
The group will use half of the
placement proceeds to continue
deleveraging after the purchase of
New Britain Palm Oil Ltd. It anticipated its net gearing would fall to
0.29 times after the exercise, from
end-Junes 0.35 times, while 40% is
allocated for capital expenditure.

AirAsia X reports
third consecutive
profitable quarter
BY C H E S T E R TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia X Bhd


(AAX), the long-haul arm of lowcost carrier AirAsia Group, reported a net profit of RM1.02 million
for the second quarter ended June
30, 2016 (2QFY16), against a net
loss of RM132.94 million a year ago,
thanks to higher revenue and lower
fuel costs.
In its quarterly financial report to
Bursa Malaysia, AAX said its revenue
grew 35.2% to RM883.16 million
in 2QFY16 from RM653.03 million
last year.
This is the third consecutive quarter that AAX has reported a net profit
since 4QFY15, after the group suffered more than two financial years
of net losses since FY13.
Consequently, the groups accumulated losses as at 2QFY16 were
reduced to RM678.52 million, from
RM859.03 million as at 4QFY15.
Cumulatively, AAX booked a net
profit of RM180.51 million for the first
half ended June 30, 2016 (1HFY16),
against a net loss of RM258.86 million in the previous corresponding
period, while revenue grew 29.78%
to RM1.85 billion from RM1.43 billion in 1HFY15.
Based on the current forward
booking trend, AAX said the number of passengers to be carried in
3QFY16 remains encouraging, while
forward loads and average fares are
also better than the previous year.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the company expects its
prospects to remain positive, the
group said.
In a statement, AirAsia X group
chief executive officer Datuk
Kamarudin Meranun said AAX
had managed to overcome all
odds and record our first second-quarter profit since inception, as it continued to see im-

Kamarudin: In 2QFY16, Australia


contributed the highest growth to
Malaysia AAXs operations. Photo by
Kenny Yap

provement across all segments.


In 2QFY16, Australia contributed
the highest growth to Malaysia AAXs
operations. Revenue from Australia
increased 56% year-on-year (y-o-y)
on the back of higher passenger traffic, while average base fare improved
15% y-o-y, he said.
He noted revenue from China
also continued to improve and grew
47% y-o-y while load factor improved 11 percentage points y-o-y
to 82% and average base fare rose by
53% y-o-y and believes this trend
will remain.
He added that AAX took delivery
of two aircraft, both under operating
lease for its Malaysian operation,
bringing its total fleet to 30 as at August 2016. There will be no more
deliveries until 2018.
AAX closed one sen or 2.13%
lower at 46 sen yesterday, giving it
a market capitalisation of RM1.91
billion, after 127.06 million shares
were exchanged, making it the most
actively-traded stock across the local bourse.

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MISC bags US$230m contract


from Chevron Thailand

Carlsbergs 2Q net prot surges 62% to RM51.36m


BY BI LLY TO H

BY SU PRI YA SURENDR AN

KUALA LUMPUR: MISC Bhd has


won a US$230 million (RM927.5
million) contract from Chevron Offshore (Thailand) Ltd for the lease
and operation of a floating storage
and offloading (FSO) vessel.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia
yesterday, MISC said the vessel is
part of Chevrons FSO Benchamas
2 Project in the Gulf of Thailand.
The contract was awarded to
MISCs wholly-owned subsidiary
MISC Offshore Floating Terminals
(L) Ltd, which is principally involved in the FSO business.
MISC said the contract is for a
duration of 10 years with Chevron
having the right to make up to five
extensions of one year each.

It was secured through a competitive bidding and will be MISCs


maiden foray into Thailands offshore oil and gas market, it said.
The scope of work under the
contract includes engineering,
procurement, construction, installation, commissioning, lease
and operations of the FSO Benchamas 2 Project, which is expected
to commence operations by the
second quarter of 2018.
MISC said the contract is not expected to have any material impact
on its earnings per share, gearing
and net assets per share for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2016.
MISC shares rose one sen yesterday to RM7.53, giving the group
a market capitalisation of RM33.61
billion.

KUALA LUMPUR: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhds net profit for


the second quarter ended June
30, 2016 (2QFY16) surged by 62%
to RM51.36 million from RM31.71
million in the previous corresponding quarter, partly because last year
saw a one-time RM12.5 million
impairment in relation to the divestment of Luen Heng F&B Sdn
Bhd (LHFB).
After adjusting for the LHFB divestment, its quarterly operating
profit grew 16.3%, due to robust
efficiency initiatives.
Quarterly revenue, however,
contracted 1.62% to RM395.83
million from RM402.33 million in
2QFY15. But after adjusting for the
LHFB divestment, revenue grew

6.3%, according to its bourse announcement.


It declared an interim dividend of
five sen per share, payable on Oct 7.
In the first six months ended June
30, 2016 (1HFY16), its net profit
grew 44.8% to RM114.30 million,
from RM78.94 million in 1HFY15,
mainly due to higher revenue and
effective cost management.
Cumulative revenue edged up
by 2.4% to RM851.55 million, from
RM831.78 million in 1HFY15. Excluding the LHFB divestment, revenue gew 10.3%.
Both the Malaysian and Singapore operations continued to deliver organic growth in revenue. The
nationwide roll-out of Carlsberg
Smooth Draught, successful activation of the Carlsberg Euro 2016
campaign and local production of

Somersby Apple Cider, have contributed positively to the bottom


line, said the groups managing
director Lars Lehmann, who took
over on July 1.
The brewers strong beer and
stout sales took a hit from the new
excise duties structure. To ensure
these products remain affordable,
it adjusted the alcohol strength of
Carlsberg Special Brew to 6.5%,
Royal Stout to 6.8% and SKOL
Super to 7.8%, while keeping taste
profile unchanged.
The aggressive excise tax increase on March 1 has dampened
our outlook for the year. However,
we will continue to strengthen
the efficiency of our Malaysian
and Singapore operations, and
reinvesting in our key brands,
Lehmann added.

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Tiong Nams major


shareholders bid for WEC
Makes unconditional mandatory takeover offer at 65 sen per share
BY SA NGEETHA AM ARTHALINGAM

KUALA LUMPUR: Tiong Nam Holding Bhds major shareholders, TNTT


Realty Sdn Bhd and Ong Yoong
Nyok, are making an unconditional
mandatory takeover offer for Wong
Engineering Corp Bhd (WEC) at 65
sen per share.
The takeover offer was launched
after TNTT Realty, together with
Ong and parties acting in concert,
collectively acquired a 53.56% equity stake in WEC, the Penang-based
original equipment manufacturer of
high-precision metal stamped parts.

The share purchase sparked


speculation of a possible asset injection by Ong. Assets to be injected into WEC could be a property
development business.
In an announcement to Bursa
Malaysia, WEC said TNTT and Yong
Loy Huat had acquired 39.4 million
shares or a 43.07% stake in WEC for
RM25.6 million or 65 sen per share,
through a direct business transaction.
Yong is the brother-in-law of
Ong. Following the shares purchase, TNTTs shareholding in WEC
increased to 30.05%, while the collective shareholdings of Ong, TNTT

and persons acting in concert with


TNTT namely Yong; his sister,
Yong Kwee Lian; and his spouse,
Low Ah Lin bumped up to to
53.56% in WEC.
The share purchase triggered the
mandatory takeover offer to buy
out remaining shares in WEC that
are not already owned by TNTT
and the parties acting in concert.
Ong, 63, previously held 4.92%
stake in WEC , through TNTT, held
30.05%.
Ong controls 82.6% in TNTT,
which owns a 24.6% stake in public-listed Tiong Nam. His wife, Kwee

Lian, owns a 17.4% stake in TNTT.


TNTT intended to maintain the
listing status of WEC on the Main
Market, said WEC, and added that
the offer was open for acceptance
for 21 days from the posting date.
Meanwhile, WEC said the board
would deliberate on the offer and
make an announcement in due
course.
WECs share price, which was
suspended for an hour from 2.30pm
yesterday, pending announcement
of the takeover offer, settled 4.5 sen
or 6.43% lower at 65.5 sen at market
close, valuing it at RM59.96 million.

S P Setia cuts FY16 sales target to RM3.5b


BY SU PRI YA SU RENDRAN

KUALA LUMPUR: Three months


after expressing confidence that its
RM4 billion property sales target
for the current year is achievable,
S P Setia Bhd yesterday lowered
the figure to RM3.5 billion.
Its president and chief executive
officer Datuk Khor Chap Jen cited
global uncertainty, especially in the
aftermath of Brexit, and continued
weak sentiment in the Malaysian
property market for the downward
revision.
Khor told the media after the
groups annual general meeting
on May 18 that the group was confident of achieving RM4 billion in
sales for the year ending Dec 31,
2016 (FY16) by being selective of
projects it chooses to pursue.
However, in a statement yester-

day to announce S P Setias second-quarter results, Khor mentioned the lower sales target.
In view of the challenging environment ahead, the group is cautiously optimistic and remains resilient with its diversified range of
new launches, ranging from affordable to upmarket, and landed
to apartments in the second half of
the financial year, he said.
Khor said the groups prospects
remain positive with total unbilled
sales of RM8.2 billion, anchored by
29 ongoing projects and effective
remaining land bank of 3,805 acres
(1,540ha) with a gross development
value (GDV) of RM71.5 billion as
at June 30.
S P Setia said that for the seven-month period ended July 31,
the group achieved sales of RM1.35
billion. The figure for the first half

ended June 30, 2016 (1HFY16) was


RM1.11 billion.
The sales secured were largely
from the central region with RM856
million, southern, northern and
eastern regions combined with
RM140 million and international regions with RM109 million,
it said.
The sales secured in the Klang
Valley, the group said, were mainly
in line with its sales target compared to weaker sentiment in Johor,
Penang and Sabah.
It is noteworthy to mention that
amid the current challenging market, S P Setias sales performed satisfactorily with an admirable 100%
take-up rate of the RM272 million
GDV landed properties launched
in Setia Eco Templer in Selayang
in May 2016, said Khor.
The Setia EcoHill 2 in Semeny-

ih achieved an encouraging 72%


take-up rate for its Everna cluster semi-detached homes during
the recent launch in June 2016,
he said.
This indicates that underlying
demand for quality properties in
strategic locations with good infrastructure, secure and self-sustained
townships is still there, he added.
S P Setia reported a net profit of
RM125.78 million for the second
quarter ended June 30, 2016, on the
back of a revenue of RM1.01 billion.
For 1HFY16, the group reported
a net profit of RM249.17 million on
revenue of RM1.92 billion.
The group did not provide comparison figures as it changed its financial year end from Oct 31 to Dec
31, and stated its financial statements for the 14-month period
ended Dec 31, 2015.

Locally-assembled SUVs to boost


Mercedes-Benz Malaysia sales
PEKAN: Mercedes-Benz Malaysia
Sdn Bhd, which sees a pickup in
interest in the sport utility vehicle
(SUV) segment, has launched its
locally-assembled premium SUV,
the GLC 250 4MATIC.
Mercedes-Benz Malaysia
vice-president (sales and marketing for passenger cars) Mark
Raine said the model has received
overwhelming response from the
public and has exceeded the completly built-up (CBU) units sales
of 541 units, though he declined to
specify the order quantum thus far.
We see demand in the SUV segment increasing, he said at a media
conference in conjunction with the
launch of the locally-assembled
GLC 250 4MATIC yesterday.
Raine, who is hoping to see the
company further grow its market
share in this segment with the in-

troduction of locally-assembled
SUVs, expects to deliver the first
locally-assembled GLC unit to its
customer this month.
In January this year, the premium German carmaker unveiled its
luxury SUV range GLC, GLE and
GLE Coupe in the CBU form,
and achieved a total sales of 700
units since then. The locally-assembled GLC 250 4MATIC is tentatively
priced at RM325,888 (on-the-road,
without insurance). In comparison,
the CBU units selling price starts
from RM328,888.
Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz
Malaysia, a joint venture between
Daimler AG and Cycle & Carriage Bintang Bhd, didnt rule
out the possibility of rolling out
more locally-assembled units at
its Pekan plant, which sits on a
339,000 sq m tract.

(From left) Raine, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia vice-president (production plant) Ingbert


Grombach and Weidner at the launch of the locally-assembled GLC 250 4MATIC in
Pekan yesterday.

Aside from GLCs, the plant also


assembles the C-Class, E-Class and
S-Class models.
According to Mercedes-Benz
Malaysia president and chief executive officer Claus Weidner, the
Pekan plant has three production
lines and each line can produce
up to 400 cars per month.

Weidner said the company invested a total of RM280 million in


the plant to date. Annual vehicle
production, meanwhile, more
than tripled to 7,710 units from
2,000 units in 2005. In the first
half of 2016, the carmaker sold
6,017 cars, up 17% compared to
the same period last year.

IJM Plantations
eyes better
FY17 on
possible
windfall gains
BY TA N S IE W MUN G

KUALA LUMPUR: IJM Plantations


Bhd, which posted its worst-ever
profit for the financial year ended
March 31, 2016 (FY16) since FY03, is
expecting a better FY17, supported by
a mild recovery in palm oil prices and
higher fresh fruit bunch (FFB), which
may bring some windfall gains.
The groups chief executive officer and managing director Joseph Tek Choon Yee expects the
groups FFB to recover marginally to
more than 900,000 tonnes in FY17.
Impacted by El Nino, the groups
FFB in Malaysia fell 18% to 481,000
tonnes in FY16 from 589,000 tonnes
in FY15. FFB in Indonesia, however, improved 35% to 367,000 tonnes
from 273,000 tonnes.
Tek said FFB in Malaysia should
recover about 6% to more than
500,000 tonnes, while FFB in Indonesia should rise about 60,000 tonnes
to cross over the 400,000-tonne
mark. Lower palm oil production
as there may be some lagged El
Nino effect impacting production
while major countries like India and China replenish stocks for
their upcoming cultural festivities,
should continue to lend support to
fundamental palm oil prices.
Weve seen the upside of palm
oil prices firming up. If the trend
continues, it will be more positive
to the group, Tek said, adding that
there would be potential for windfall gains if palm oil prices were to
cross over to between RM2,600 and
RM2,800. Its cost of palm oil ranged
between RM1,400 and RM1,600 per
tonne. The commodity is now trading
around RM2,580 per tonne, according to Bloomberg data.
IJM Plantations slipped into the
red in the fourth-quarter ended
March 31, 2016 (4QFY16), with a net
loss of RM16.48 million, compared
with a net profit of RM10.08 million
in 4QFY15, mainly due to lower FFB
production and palm oil prices.
The quarterly losses also dragged
its FY16 net profit down 73.2% yearon-year to RM24.2 million, its worst
yearly performance since FY03.
Tek said the groups financial
performance was dragged by commodity prices over the last few
years. Indonesias palm oil levy of
US$50 per tonne, implemented
since July 16, 2015, also affected
the groups performance in FY16.
We are not making losses; it is
only that we are not making the
profit that wed like to make. If commodity prices stay at RM2,300 to
RM2,400, we will make the same
profit [as last year], Tek added.
Meanwhile, the group plans to
spend RM160 million in FY17 and
FY18 to upgrade its facilities, finish
replanting and to set up its mill.
The groups chief financial officer
Puru Kumaran said the group will
spend RM10 million in FY17 to upgrade its facilities in Malaysia, and
RM150 million over the next two
years to finish the planting and setting up of its third mill in Indonesia.

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Dutch Ladys 2Q
earnings down
24.7% as revenue
weakens
BY B I L LY TOH

KUALA LUMPUR: Dutch Lady


Milk Industries Bhds net
profit for the second quarter
ended June 30, 2016 (2QFY16)
fell 24.7% to RM36.71 million
from RM48.78 million in the
corresponding period a year
ago, driven by lower revenue
and the cost of a system upgrade.
The groups revenue for
the quarter under review declined 11.4% to RM246.69
million, as compared with
the RM278.29 million it
achieved in 2QFY15, mainly because the quarter last
year was stronger with the
relaunch of the Dutch Lady
children formula milk, its
bourse filing yesterday noted.
For the first half of the financial year ended June 30,
2016 (1HFY16), the groups
net profit grew by 7.3%
to RM70.60 million from
RM65.80 million in 1HFY15,
driven by higher revenue and
lower dairy raw material prices, though these were partly
offset by a loss in revaluation
of derivatives.
Cumulative revenue for the
period grew 4.5% to RM496.47
million from RM475.18 million in 1HFY15.
Dutch Lady said the overall
domestic market is expected to remain weak with poor
consumer confidence.
Despite the ongoing challenges, the company has initiated continuous marketing campaigns leveraging the
strength of the Dutch Lady
brand to protect and expand
its market share with quality
and nutritious product offerings, it said.
At market close, Dutch Ladys share price settled 0.8%
lower at RM59.52, with a market capitalisation of RM3.81
billion.

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Pricing pressures
easing Hartalega

BY B IL LY TO H

As glove makers slow pace of expansion


BY ALEX TO H

KUALA LUMPUR: Hartalega Holdings Bhd, the worlds largest synthetic rubber glove maker, expects
its profitability to improve going
forward as it believes competitive
pricing pressures in the industry
have retreated from its peak, as
glove makers slow their pace of
expansion, in accordance with
market demand.
Its confidence also stemmed
from a recent cost management
initiative it has undertaken.
In the past four months, we have
looked into our cost structure and
trimmed down costs in four key areas, namely raw materials, labour,
energy and chemicals. For instance,
we have cut our workforce by 600
and reviewed our production line
design to reduce wastage and improve energy efficiency, said managing director Kuan Mun Leong
at the companys annual general
meeting (AGM) yesterday.
Although we cannot quantify the
impact to our bottom line, we believe
the cost savings will be substantial
and expect our financials to improve
in the coming quarters. Further, the
market perception that there is excessive oversuppply in the sector
is unfounded our orders for the
coming months are full and we are
in fact working very hard to deliver
our orders, he added.
Kuan was expecting Hartalegas
RM2.2 billion Next Generation Integrated Glove Manufacturing Complex (NGC) to continue being its key
driver to reinforce its pole position
in the nitrile gloves segment.
As at today, we have spent
RM1.3 billion on NGC and will

(From left) Hartalega Holdings Bhd executive director (ED) Kuan Mun Keng,
executive chairman Kuan Kam Hon, Kuan, ED Dr Danaraj Nadarajah at the press
conference following the groups 10th AGM.

spend the RM900 million in the


coming years. For the financial
year ending March 31, 2017 (FY17)
we are allocating RM400 million
in capital expenditures on NGC.
In addition, we have rescheduled our Phase 2 expansion plan in
accordance to the market condition with our plants 3 and 4 starting operations in only October this
year. In our earlier plan, these two
plants were scheduled to commence production at the beginning of FY17, he said.
Demand for examination
gloves has been growing at 8%
to 8.5% per annum in the last 15
years, he said. The nitrile glove
segment, notably, is growing at
the expense of the natural rubber
glove segment, he added.
With growing demand for nitrile gloves in the long term and
the ongoing capacity expansion at

NGC, we are confident Hartalega


will continue to deliver growth in
the years ahead, he concluded.
At the AGM, the groups proposed
final dividend of 2 sen per share was
approved by shareholders, bringing
Hartalegas total dividend payout
for FY16 to 8 sen per share. The final dividend will go ex on Sept 15
and will be paid on Sept 28.
With an annual capacity of 19
billion gloves, Hartalega is the
worlds largest synthetic glove
maker with manufacturing plants
in Bestari Jaya and Sepang, Selangor. The company has a dividend
policy of distributing a minimum
45% of its annual net profit to its
shareholders since FY12.
Hartalegas shares closed 1 sen or
0.2% lower at RM4.29 yesterday, with
a market capitalisation of RM7.02
billion. Year to date, the counter
has shed 27.8%.

Banking systems growth to be flat for the remainder of 2016 Citibank


BY CHESTER TAY

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian


banking systems growth rate would
likely remain flat for the remainder
of the year, according to Citibank
Bhd (Citi) chief executive officer
(CEO) Lee Lung Nien.
The banking outlook will be flat
at where we are today [by year end].
It will not be easy, and it has not
been easy since the beginning of
the year. This is not just happening
in the banking industry, but the
entire business marketplace, he
said yesterday.
Lee was speaking to reporters
after the launch of the banks voice
verification system for its consumer
banking customers yesterday.
According to statistics from Bank
Negara Malaysia, the entire banking systems loans grew by 5.59% to

Lower revenue
sends Media
Chineses
1Q earnings
tumbling

RM1.47 trillion as at June 30, from


RM1.39 trillion at end-June last year.
Meanwhile, Citibanks new voice
verification initiative can cut identity
verification time for its customers
by more than 66% to 15 seconds,
from 45 seconds now, in an average
phone banking session, said Lee.
Dubbed Voice Biometrics, Lee
said Citi is the first financial service
firm in Malaysia to implement the
new security feature, which is capable of identifying Citis customers
through their voiceprint, which is
unique to each individual.
Citis clients in Malaysia, which
number about one million currently, can opt to enrol for the service
by recording their voices, which
the bank will store as voiceprints
to match up with subsequent
calls. Each voiceprint is said to
be uniquely tagged and cannot be

reverse-engineered once stored.


Lee said it took up to 18 months
for Citi to develop the technology infrastructure for the new voice
authentication system, and obtain
regulatory approvals.
The bank, which derives 55% of
its revenue in Malaysia from the consumer banking segment, is targeting
to record 1,000 voiceprints per day.
Citi Asia Pacific CEO Francisco
Aristeguieta, who also attended the
launch, said the bank is mindful of
the rapid adoption of mobile and
other digital channels that have been
transforming the banking landscape.
We have responded to this by
accelerating our investments in
Lee says it took up to 18 months for Citi
to develop the technology infrastructure
for the new voice authentication system.
Photo by Sam Fong

our digital capabilities, such as the


launch of Voice Biometrics, he said.
Citi implemented its Voice Biometrics authentication first in
Taiwan this year, followed by Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and
now Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR: Lower revenue


caused Media Chinese International Ltds (MCIL) net profit to tumble 43.2% to RM20.25 million in the
first quarter ended June 30, 2016
(1QFY17), from RM35.64 million in
the corresponding period a year ago.
The groups quarterly revenue
came in 17.2% lower at RM333.75
million, as compared with RM403.05
million it registered in 1QFY16, its
bourse filing yesterday showed.
The earnings decline was, however, partly mitigated by falling
newsprint costs, savings from rigid cost controls, and improved operating efficiencies, it said.
Segmentally, its publishing and
printing segment, as well as its tour
segment, reported turnover declines
of 15.3% and 22.5%, respectively.
The groups publishing and printing operations in Malaysia were adversely impacted by persistent weak
consumer and business sentiment,
low oil prices and the depreciation of
the Malaysian ringgit, it said.
It added that the declining retail
environment, in particular for luxury
high-end products, has continued to
affect the performance of its publishing and printing operations in Hong
Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China.
Adding to this, the segments
revenue was impacted by the decline in advertising expenditures
on properties as Hong Kongs property market has become less active
amid concerns about an uncertain
economic outlook, it said.
As for its North American operations, ongoing local economic slowdown as well as the impact
of the weakening Canadian dollar
(CAD) against the US dollar caused a
15.3% decline in turnover to US$4.47
million from US$5.27 million in the
corresponding quarter last year.
Consequently, the segments loss
more than doubled to US$290,000
(RM1.16 million) from US$128,000.
On outlook for the rest of the year,
MCIL group chief executive officer
Francis Tiong said the board expects
the difficult advertising business
environment to continue in the remaining quarters of 2016/2017, in
light of persistently weak consumer
and business sentiment.
Increasing safety and security
concerns across the globe will also
continue to weigh on the groups
travel business, he said.
Although newsprint prices are
expected to remain stable, we will
stay cautious as the groups overall
performance could be adversely
impacted by any further depreciation of the ringgit and CAD against
the US dollar, he said.
MCIL will strive to reinforce its
cost-control efforts to achieve operational efficiencies and to diversify its
revenue stream to achieve synergistic
benefits through business expansion
into multiple platforms, Tiong added.
At market close, MCILs share price
slipped 0.7% to 74.5 sen, giving it a
market capitalisation of RM1.26 billion.

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BATU KAWAN BHD (-ve)


SHARES in Batu Kawan Bhd (fundamental:
1.1/3, valuation: 2.4/3) gained eight sen or
0.44% to RM18.08 with 35,000 shares traded
yesterday.
The current market price values the group
at RM7.33 billion.
This is the first time Batu Kawan is being
featured in Stocks with Momentum. The stock
was trading in the range of RM16.44 to RM18.36
in the past 52 weeks.
The groups third-quarter net profit grew
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share, from RM131.6 million or 32.28 sen per


share a year ago, due to better performance of
its plantation and manufacturing segments.
Revenue for the quarter ended June 30, 2016
(3QFY16) expanded 11% to RM4.04 billion,
from RM3.6 billion in 3QFY15, it announced
to Bursa Malaysia in a filing yesterday.
Meanwhile, for the nine months ended June
30, 2016 (9MFY16), Batu Kawans net profit
soared 70.6% to RM630.4 million or 155.33 sen
per share, from RM369.5 million or 90.59 sen
per share in 9MFY15.

Trudeau: Petronas LNG


project reviewed under
robust process
BY C HO NG J I N H UN

BATU KAWAN BHD

Valuation score*
2.40
1.10
Fundamental score**
9.78
TTM P/E (x)
0.16
TTM PEG (x)
1.27
P/NAV (x)
2.78
TTM Dividend yield (%)
7,327.44
Market capitalisation (mil)
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 405.29
0.23
Beta
15.97-18.18
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

STAR MEDIA GROUP BHD (+ve)


SHARES in Star Media Group Bhd (fundamental: 2/3, valuation: 1.4/3) rose three sen or
1.16% to RM2.62 with 863,600 shares traded,
valuing the group at RM1.93 billion.
The last time Star Media was featured in
Stocks with Momentum was March 2 last
year. Year to date, its share price has appreciated by 16.44% from RM2.25 on Dec 31.
Star Media saw a 31.2% growth in net
profit to RM43.68 million for the second
quarter ended June 30, 2016 (2QFY16) from
RM33.29 million a year ago. The groups
STAR MEDIA GROUP BHD

earnings growth was mainly driven by higher


contribution from its 52%-owned Cityneon
Holdings Ltd plus a gain on deregistration of
a subsidiary company. Quarterly earnings per
share grew to 5.92 sen in 2QFY16 from 4.51
sen in the previous corresponding quarter.
In its quarterly report to Bursa Malaysia,
Star Media said due to higher performance
by VHE, the groups event and exhibition
segments profit increased to RM20.06 million for the quarter under review, from just
RM5.17 million a year ago.
Valuation score*
1.40
2.00
Fundamental score**
15.68
TTM P/E (x)
98.36
TTM PEG (x)
1.76
P/NAV (x)
6.95
TTM Dividend yield (%)
1,933.46
Market capitalisation (mil)
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 737.96
0.33
Beta
2.14-2.68
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

KUALA LUMPUR: Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the government
needed to look at the whole range of opportunities and challenges when evaluating Petroliam Nasional Bhds (Petronas)
Pacific NorthWest liquefied natural gas
(LNG) project in Canada.
Bloomberg, in a report yesterday, quoted Trudeau as saying the Canadian government emphasised on cleaner and renewable energy sources. Petronas planned
Pacific NorthWest LNG project is on Lelu
Island, British Columbia.
Trudeau said: We continue to be engaged with a robust process that weve put
in place and look forward to having more
to say at the end of the process.

Canada [is] looking to cleaner and more


renewable sources of energy. In terms of
emissions, coal is worse than oil, which is
worse than LNG. We certainly need to make
sure we are looking at the whole range of
opportunities and challenges, Trudeau told
reporters during a cabinet retreat in Sudbury.
He said this ahead of the Pacific NorthWest LNG projects decision deadline in
October.
Earlier, Petronas said it needed to conduct a total review of its LNG project in
Canada once it received the Canadian
Environmental Assessment Agencys final
report on the project.
News reports, quoting Petronas statement, reported that the Pacific NorthWest
LNG project needed coherent support
from stakeholders to succeed.

Malaysia to fully implement


pin and pay system by July 1, 2017
MIRI: The signature verification card payment transaction for cardholders will be
gradually abolished to make way for the
implementation of the pin and pay system
on July 1, 2017.
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) Payment
System Policy Department director Tan
Nyat Chuan said before the full implementation, cardholders would be given
six months, beginning January until June
2017, to familiarise themselves with the
new system.
The pin and pay system uses a pin-enabled card that allows a cardholder to make
a purchase by keying in a six-digit pin, with
no signature required.
It is an enhanced payment method and
will make an already safe payment system
even more secure. The targeted completion of the infrastructure roll-out and card
replacement is expected by Dec 31, he
told reporters after the national e-payment

roadshow 2016 here yesterday.


In addition to the pin and pay system,
he said, cardholders would be able to pay
through the tap-and-go system beginning Jan 1, 2018.
He said 44.3 million cardholders would
be able to enjoy the facility, once the new
system becomes operational.
Cardholders can pay by tap-and-go
for low-value transactions, he said.
On the e-payment, he said, from January to June, cheques usage declined
10% due to the rising usage of Interbank
Giro (IBG) and Instant Interbank Fund
Transfer (IBFT).
IBG and IBFT transactions showed
an increased growth of 18% and 94%, respectively, he said.
The roadshow was jointly organised by
BNM, Association of Banks in Malaysia and
the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia. Bernama

WONG ENGINEERING CORP BHD (-ve)


SHARES in Wong Engineering Corp Bhd (fundamental: 1.15/3, valuation: 0.3/3) triggered
our momentum algorithm yesterday as its
share price gained 4.5 sen or 6.43% to 65.5
sen with 1.77 million shares changing hands.
At the current price, Wong Engineering has
a market capitalisation of RM59.96 million.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday,
Wong Engineering announced that Tiong
Nam Holding Bhds major shareholders,
TNTT Realty Sdn Bhd and Ong Yoong Nyok,
WONG ENGINEERING CORP BHD

had made an unconditional mandatory takeover offer to the company at 65 sen per share.
The takeover offer was launched after
TNTT Realty, together with Ong and parties
acting in concert, had collectively acquired
a 53.56% equity stake in Wong Engineering.
The share purchase triggered the mandatory
takeover offer to buy out remaining shares
in Wong Engineering that are not already
owned by TNTT Realty and the parties acting in concert.
Valuation score*
0.30
1.15
Fundamental score**
TTM P/E (x)
TTM PEG (x)
1.19
P/NAV (x)
TTM Dividend yield (%)
59.96
Market capitalisation (mil)
91.54
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil
0.86
Beta
0.50-0.70
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

Tanah Makmurs 2Q earnings


crimped as revenue weakens
BY S ANG E E THA A MA RT H A L IN G A M

KUALA LUMPUR: Tanah Makmur Bhds net


profit slid 9% to RM12.05 million in its second quarter ended June 30, 2016 (2QFY16)
from RM13.2 milion in the same period
last year, due to lower contribution from
its plantation and property development
segments.
Revenue dropped 12.5% to RM88.7
million in 2QFY16 from RM101.4 million a year ago, its bourse filing yesterday showed.
Revenue from the plantation segment
decreased by 26.5% following lower fresh
fruit bunch (FFB) production and lower
FFB processed, despite higher average
selling prices of crude palm oil (CPO) and
palm kernel (PK) compared with 2QFY15.
Profit before tax (PBT) for the segment,
however, grew 17.2% to RM7.95 million

due to higher average CPO and PK price


per tonne by RM403 and RM853, respectively, and decrease in spending for upkeep and cultivation by RM1.78 million to
RM5.97 million, compared with last year.
As for the property development segment, Tanah Makmur said it recorded a
turnover of RM46.58 million or 5.7% more
due to higher sales of affordable homes
and trading/engineering support activities.
However, PBT slid 22.6% to RM12.84
million from 2QFY15 because more of the
affordable homes it sold had lower margin,
coupled with lower margin contribution from
its trading/engineering support activities.
Meanwhile, its mineral extraction activity
(bauxite as part of property development
segment) contributed lower revenue and
profit in 2QFY16 compared with 2QFY15
as sales were only dependent on remaining inventory.

1 2 P R O P E RT Y

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

British house buyers


dance with the devil

Chinas state
construction
giants to merge
BY DAV ID S TA N WAY

The music is still playing for UKs manic housing market


BY C H RI S B RYA NT

LONDON: What will it take to halt


the UK housing market? Maybe not
the Brexit vote.
British builder Persimmon became the latest to challenge the
Brexit is bearish for building thesis yesterday when it said home
reservation rates are 17% higher
since July 1 compared to the same
period a year ago. Customer site
visits are buoyant too.
To outsiders, this property obsession seems a kind of collective
madness. Yes, British house prices
are expected to fall 1% next year,
according to economists at Countrywide, but they believe theyll
restart the upward march in 2018.
Brits appetite for houses at inflated prices (see chart House Party)
brings to mind former Citigroup
boss Chuck Princes infamous 2007
assertion that as long as the music
is playing [in terms of liquidity],
youve got to get up and dance.
Wavering prospective home buyers are enticed by ultra-cheap mortgages, bolstered by the Bank of England cutting rates after the Brexit
vote. So, buying is still often cheaper than renting. And while falling
interest rates raise big questions
about company pension promises,
buying a home at least gives you
somewhere to live in retirement.
Persimmon chief executive officer Jeff Fairburn told Bloomberg
Television that people are still very
keen to buy and the lenders are
keen to lend.
Brits arent mad, theyre just
trapped: prisoners of a system that
conspires to keep prices high and
houses in short supply. They know
their government will do almost

Economists at
Countrywide believe
British house prices
are expected to fall
1% next year but will
restart the upward
march in 2018.
anything to prevent house prices
collapsing. Buyers can already obtain loans from the government to
help get on the housing ladder, a
policy that will further inflate prices for those lucky enough to own
property already. There are reports
that Theresa Mays government
is preparing a fresh multibillion
pound housing stimulus albeit

one that should support more development.


After the vote to leave the European Union, Persimmon shares
sank 39%, in line with other house
builders. But it now trades at just
a 12% discount to the price on the
eve of the referendum. Even that
seems overdone, given the political will to prop up the sector. As
Bloomberg noted during the depth
of the sell-off, Persimmon doesnt
build houses in London (expected
to suffer bigger price declines) and
its customers are first-time buyers
with modest budgets, not wealthy
bankers who might flee the capital
for Frankfurt or Dublin. And the
rest of the country looks far saner
in terms of affordability.
Meanwhile, the UKs laborious
planning laws mean supply wont

overtake demand any time soon.


Like its peers, Persimmon is sitting
on plenty of cash to take advantage
if more land is freed up for development or to return to shareholders.
Of course, it would be wrong
not to look at the longer term. The
pounds devaluation, the UKs gaping current account deficit and relentlessly awful productivity say
nothing good about the prospects
for the economy. If Brexit leads to
investment cuts, then jobs will go
too. For now, though, British buyers will be compelled to continue
their dance with the property market devil. Bloomberg
This column does not necessarily
reflect the opinion of Bloomberg
LP and its owners.

5.98

128.98

SHANGHAI: China National Building Materials Group Corp (CNBM)


will take over smaller rival China
National Materials Corp (Sinoma),
after an agreement between the two
companies was approved by the government, the countrys state assets
regulator said.
The deal is part of an ambitious
plan by China, under President Xi
Jinpings leadership, to revamp its
lumbering and debt-ridden state
sector, with the goal of creating
globally-competitive multinationals through mergers, asset swaps
and sweeping management reforms.
According to a notice by the Stateowned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (Sasac) on
Monday, the CNBM deal was given
the go-ahead by the state council,
Chinas cabinet.
Chinas state firms made profits of
1.13 trillion yuan (RM683.36 billion)
in the first half of the year, down 8.5%
on the year, with total liabilities up
17.8% to 83.55 trillion yuan, according to its finance ministry.
Amid concerns about plunging
profits, soaring debt and chronic inefficiency, Chinas reform programme
is aimed at eliminating duplication,
waste and cut-throat competition
between firms with near-identical
business structures.
CNBM, already the countrys biggest construction materials producer,
will be renamed the China Construction Materials Group. Sinomas listed
vehicle, China National Materials Co
Ltd , will become a subsidiary of the
new merged entity, Sinoma said in
a statement to the Hong Kong stock
exchange.
The new group will have total assets of more than 500 billion yuan,
Chinas Securities Times newspaper
reported yesterday.
Sasac is currently responsible for
104 enterprises in sectors ranging
from energy to telecommunications.
The number is down from 111 at the
start of the year and it could eventually fall to just 40, according to state
media reports. Reuters

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WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Market still on bullish trend


BY B ENN Y L EE

he market extended
its bullish momentum
as expected on higher
commodities prices.
However, the market
pulled back for profit-taking towards the end of last
week and erased most gains. Last
Friday, the FBM KLCI increased
0.2% in a week to 1,687.68 points
after pulling back from a high of
1,700.71 points, a resistance level
that we expected the index to test
last week.
Trading volume increased significantly last week, compared to
the previous week. The average
daily trading volume last week
was 2.9 billion shares, compared
with 2.2 billion shares two weeks
ago. The average daily trading
value, however, increased from
RM1.9 billion to RM2.1 billion.
This indicates, once again, that
lower-capped stocks dominated
the market.
Foreign institutions continued
to accumulate on a firm ringgit.
Net buying from foreign institutions on Bursa Malaysia was
RM398 million (last Monday to
Thursday), while net selling from
local institutions was RM426 million. The ringgit was firm last week
at RM4.01 against the US dollar.
On the FBM KLCI, decliners
outpaced gainers 17 to 11. Top
gainers for the week were SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd (+6%
in a week to RM1.59), Tenaga Nasional Bhd (+1.9% to RM14.80)

Daily FBM KLCI chart as at August 19, 2016.

and Sime Darby Bhd (+1.9% to


RM8.14). Top decliners were
Westports Holdings Bhd (-4.2%
to RM4.31), Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd (-3.7% to RM2.86) and
MISC Bhd (-3.1% to RM7.50).
Asian markets ended mixed.
Chinas Shanghai Stock Exchange
Composite Index increased 1.9%
in a week to 3,108.73 points last
Friday. Japans Nikkei 225 index
fell 2.2% in a week to 16,545.82
points, after pulling back from its
two-month high two weeks ago.
Hong Kongs Hang Seng Index
rose 0.7% in a week to 22,937.22

points, the highest in nine months.


Singapores Straits Times Index
increased 0.8% to 2,844.22 points.
Markets in the US and Europe
pulled back for a correction, after
the US Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to its historical high two
weeks ago. The Dow shed 0.1% in
a week to 18,552.57 points. Markets in Europe declined as well.
Londons FTSE 100 Index fell 0.8%
in a week to 6,858.95 points. Germanys DAX Index declined 1.6%
to 10,544.36 points, after climbing
to its highest level to date, two
weeks ago.

Nestles positives priced in


Nestle (M) Bhd
(Aug 23, RM78.92)
Downgrade to market perform
with an unchanged target price
(TP) of RM82.10: Nestle (M)
Bhds first-half financial year 2016
(1HFY16) net profit of RM409.5
million, is up 31.3% year-on-year
(y-o-y), matching 59.6% of our
full-year forecast and 64% of the
consensus estimate. We consider
the results as broadly within our
expectations, but above the streets
as, historically, 1H accounted for
55.6% of full-year earnings based
on the past five years average. We
think the strong margin may not
be sustainable, moving forward,
due to the recent uptick in commodities prices.
It declared a first interim dividend per share of 70 sen (versus
1HFY15s 65 sen), which is within
expectations. Y-o-y, 1HFY16 revenue grew by 5.4% to RM2.6 billion,
thanks to healthy growth in both
domestic and export markets. Domestic demand was supported by
effective marketing campaigns and
innovative new product launches. 1HFY16 gross profit jumped
11.1% to RM1 billion, driven by

favourable raw material prices


and greater operating efficiency,
which expanded its gross margin
by 2.1 percentage points (ppts)
to 41.1%.
A moderate increase in operating expenses (up 1.3%) and lower
effective tax rate of 18.1% (versus
1HFY15s 22.8%) catapulted net
profit by 31.3% to RM409.5 million. Quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q),
second-quarter of FY16 (2QFY16)
revenue declined by 5.8% to RM1.2
billion on seasonality, in line with
the groups planning and selling
cycle. However, 2QFY16 gross
profit margin expanded by 2.9ppts
to 42.6%, which mitigated softer
sales and pushed gross profit higher by 1.1% to RM527.1 million.
Meanwhile, a swing in marketing expenses between quarters
inflated operating expenses by
25.3% and, in turn, dragged down
operating profit by 19% to RM230.7
million. A drop in 2QFY16 net
profit of 14.4% to RM188.8 million
was relatively milder, thanks to a
lower effective tax rate of 15.7%,
compared with 20% in 1QFY16.
While we think margin expansion on both y-o-y and q-o-q bases

was impressive, Nestle may find


difficulties in further improving
margins from the high base, considering the price uptrend for key
commodities, including milk powder, coffee and sugar. Direct cost
pass-through is less likely in view
of weak consumer sentiment, but
an improvement in production
efficiency might be the more relevant option to mitigate the impact.
Thus, we remain confident in
the groups ability to achieve our
targeted earnings growth, thanks
to its strong brand names and effective cost management.
We made no changes to our
earnings forecasts. Our TP is
based on an unchanged 27.1
times estimated FY17 earnings
per share, in line with +0.5 standard deviation over the five-year
mean. Its share price has reacted positively to the encouraging
results, with a year-to-date gain
of 7.6%, which has narrowed the
upside potential from our TP to
a mere 4.2%. We do not foresee
favourable raw material prices or other catalysts to improve
earnings margins and absolute
earnings from the high base to

ate resistance level of 1,700 points.


However, the index pulled back on
profit-taking as the market waited
for further cues. Technically, the
index is bullish above the shortand long-term 30- and 200-day
moving averages. In addition, the
FBM KLCI has climbed above the
Ichimoku Cloud.
Bullish market sentiment
weakened last week, as the market took profits after a two-week
rally. Momentum indicators like
the Relative Strength Index and
oscillator are declining, but still
above their mid-levels. Furthermore, the moving average convergence-divergence indicator
is still above its moving average,
and the index is staying near the
top band of the Bollinger Bands
indicator.
The FBM KLCI shall remain
bullish as long as the index stays
in the uptrend channel. The support level of the bullish trend is
currently at 1,665 points, which is
where the 30- and 200-day moving
averages are currently at. Therefore, expect the index to continue
The US dollar continued to trending upwards towards 1,730
weaken against major curren- points as long as it stays above
cies. The US dollar index futures 1,665 points.
declined from 95.7 points the
week before to 94.5 points last
Friday. Commodity-exchange gold Benny Lee is chief market strategist
increased 0.5% to US$1,339.90 for Jupiter Securities Sdn Bhd. Ju(RM5,386.40) per ounce. Crude oil piter Securities is a participating
(Brent) jumped 8.3% in a week to broker in Bursa Malaysia. He can
US$50.88 per barrel. The price rose be contacted at bennylee.kl@gmail.
15% in two weeks. Crude palm oil com. The views expressed in the aron Bursa increased 3.5% in a week ticle are the opinions of the writer
to RM2,580 per tonne.
and should not be construed as inThe FBM KLCI climbed to its vestment advice. Please exercise your
highest level in nearly four months own judgement or seek professional
last week and tested the immedi- advice for your investment decisions.

Nestle (M) Bhd


FYE DEC (RM MIL)

Turnover
Ebit
PBT
Net profit (NP)
Consensus (NP)
Core EPS (sen)
Core EPS growth (%)
NDPS (sen)
BVPS (RM)
Core PER
P/BV (x)
Net gearing (x)
Net dividend yield (%)

2015A

2016E

2017E

4,838.0
760.2
727.7
590.7
251.9
7.3
260.0
3.02
31.3
26.1
0.47
3.3

5,200.9
871.6
843.1
687.1
639.5
293.0
16.3
275.4
3.20
26.9
24.6
0.37
3.5

5,427.3
904.4
877.7
710.9
683.0
303.2
3.5
285.0
3.38
26.0
23.3
0.27
3.6

Source: Kenanga Research

Nestle may nd
diculties in
further improving
margins,
considering the
price uptrend for
key commodities,
including milk
powder, coee
and sugar.

prompt an earnings upgrade.


At this juncture, we believe
the positives have been priced
in and the stock is fairly valued.
The risk-to-reward ratio is less

appealing as the dividend yield


is unattractive at below 4%. As
such, we downgrade our rating
to market perform. Kenanga
Investment Bank, Aug 23

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WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Alliances NIM
expected to be
compressed ahead
Alliance Financial Group Bhd
(Aug 23, RM4)
Maintain hold with an unchanged
fair value (FV) of RM4: We maintain our hold rating on Alliance
Financial Group Bhd (AFG) with
an unchanged FV of RM4 a share.
This is based on a return on equity of 10.7% for financial year 2017
forecast (FY17F), leading to an unchanged price-to-book value (P/
BV) of 1.2 times. AFG reported a net
profit of RM132 million (+2% quarter-on-quarter [q-o-q]; +8.6% yearon-year [y-o-y] in the first quarter of
FY17 [1QFY17]), which was within
expectations, accounting for 24.7%
and 24.3% of ours and the consensus full-year net earnings estimates
respectively for FY17F.
Loan growth moderated to +3%
y-o-y due to its focus on growing higher risk-adjusted return (RAR) loans as
well as due to corporate loan repayments. Net interest margin (NIM)
improved 10 basis points (bps) q-o-q
to 2.22% in 1QFY17 (4QFY16 NIM:
2.12%). This was contributed by a
decline in cost of funds of eight basis points q-o-q to 2.77% from the
redemption of its subordinated medium-term notes and more efficient
funding mix with run-offs of expensive fixed deposits. Meanwhile, the
groups loan yield also rose by eight
basis points q-o-q to 5.27%, contributed by its focus on higher RAR loans
and better risk-based pricing for loans.
We expect its NIM to ease in
2QFY17 due to the reduction in
the overnight policy rate (OPR) by
25bps. The reduction in OPR will
reduce its lending rates for its floating rate loans immediately, while

Alliance Financial Group Bhd


FYE MARCH (RM MIL)

Total income
Core net profit
FD core EPS (sen)
FD core EPS growth (%)
Consensus net profit
DPS (sen)
BV/share (RM)
PER (x)
Dividend yield (%)
P/BV (x)
ROE (%)

2016

2017F

2018F

2019F

1,424.1
521.9
33.7
(1.3)
16.0
3.13
12.0
4.0
1.3
11.2

1,468.9
535.4
34.6
2.6
540.7
18.0
3.35
11.7
4.5
1.2
10.7

1,556.4
565.8
36.6
5.7
566.6
19.0
3.61
11.1
4.7
1.1
10.5

1,655.9
599.9
38.8
6.0
607.2
20.0
3.82
10.4
5.0
1.1
10.4

Source: AmInvestment Bank Bhd

there will be a lagged impact from


the adjustment of deposit rates. This
will offset the positive impact on its
asset yield from the improvement
of its loan mix towards higher RAR
loans. Client-based fee income rose
by 16% y-o-y, underpinned by higher
wealth management income (+10.6%
y-o-y), stronger foreign-exchange
sales (+19.4% y-o-y) and higher trade
fees (+23.1% y-o-y) and banking services fees (+13.2% y-o-y).
Operating expenditure was lower by 6.4% q-o-q. This, coupled with
higher revenue, led to an improved
cost-to-income ratio of 46.5% in
1QFY17 compared with 51.2% in
4QFY16. Absolute gross impaired
loans balance declined by 7.6% q-o-q
in 1QFY17. Contributing to this was
the reclassification of impaired to
performing loans. Net new incremental non-performing loans or impaired loans were lower in 1QFY17.
Restructured and rescheduled (R&R)
loans in 1QFY17 declined by RM11.3

Star Medias print and digital segments


impact aggregate earnings
Star Media Group Bhd
(Aug 23, RM2.62)
Maintain sell with a lower target price (TP) of RM1.53: Star
Media Group Bhds normalised
second quarter of financial year
2016 (2QFY16) earnings came in at
RM22.9 million after excluding: i)
a one-off gain on deregistration of
a subsidiary amounting to RM21.1
million; and ii) a foreign-exchange
loss of RM300,000.
The results translate into an
earnings reduction of 33% yearon-year (y-o-y). This was mainly
attributable to lower contribution
from the print, digital and broadcasting segments. However, the
reduction in earnings was partially
buffered by higher earnings from
Cityneon Holdings Ltd.
The weaker 2QFY16 normalised
earnings led to lower first half of
FY16 (1HFY16) normalised earnings of RM38.3 million, a reduction
of 36.5% y-o-y. All in, Star Media
Groups 1HFY16 normalised earnings came in severely below our
and the consensus expectations,
accounting for 36.1% and 33.3% of
FY16 full-year earnings estimates
respectively.
We further reduced our revenue contribution assumptions,
mainly from the print and digital segments, in tandem with the
weaker financial performance.
Consequently, our FY16 and FY17
earnings estimates have been further reduced by 14.2% and 9.8%

million q-o-q. This led to total R&R


loans of RM121.4 million (0.3%
of total loans). Annualised credit
costs were 18.8bps in 1QFY17. This
is within our credit cost assumption
of 25bps for FY17F. No dividend has
been declared for 1QFY17.
AFGs NIM is expected to be compressed ahead with a lower asset
yield from the adjustment in lending Star Media Group Bhd
rates downward post-OPR reduction.
Further OPR cuts could see further FYE DEC (RM MIL)
reduction in asset yield, negating Revenue
the positive impact from its focus Ebit
on high-RAR loans. With lower rePre-tax profit
coveries and potential upticks in
impaired loans due to a slower eco- Net profit after MI
nomic environment, we continue to Normalised net profit
expect higher provisions in FY17 than after MI
in FY16. We project FY17 earnings Normalised EPS (sen)
growth to be modest at +2.6% y-o-y. Normalised EPS growth (%)
With the stock trading at 1.2 times P/ PER (x)
BV to our FY17 BV per share, close Dividend (sen)
to the average P/BV for the sector, Dividend yield (%)
we maintain our hold rating.
Source: Company, MIDFR
AmInvestment Bank, Aug 23

However, the reduction


in earnings was
partially buered by
higher earnings from
Cityneon.
respectively. To recap, we previously reduced our FY16 and FY17
earnings estimates by 23.1% and
21.2% respectively.
Following our downward earnings revision, we derived a lower
TP of RM1.53 (previously RM1.69).
This is premised on FY17 earnings
per share of 13.9 sen against a forward price-earnings ratio (PER) of
11 times, which is one standard
deviation below the companys
average rolling monthly PER over
five years.
Heavy reliance on the print and
digital segments continue to impact the groups aggregate earnings. Moving forward, we do not
see any catalysts in the near future
to boost the groups local contribution as consumer sentiments
remain weak. All factors considered, we maintain our sell recommendation. We opine that its
share price may encounter selling pressure in view of the dismal quarterly results as well as
the less-than-sanguine outlook
in the immediate term. MIDF
Research, Aug 23

2014

2015

2016F

2017F

1,013.7
156.8
153.4
111.4

1,019.0
173.2
170.1
133.0

985.2
120.1
116.8
90.8

1,022.4
135.5
132.2
102.7

140.5
19.0
-1.9
12.6
18
6.9

131.2
17.8
-6.6
13.4
18
6.9

90.8
12.3
-30.8
19.4
16
6.2

102.7
13.9
13.1
17.2
16
6.2

Press Metals 2QFY16 core net profit above estimates


Press Metal Bhd
FYE DEC (RM MIL)

2014

2015

2016F

2017F

2018F

4,091

4,407

6,163

6,601

6,571

Reported net profit

215

136

537

602

622

Recurring net profit

291

274

442

602

622

Recurring net profit


growth (%)

146.1

(5.8)

61.2

36.2

3.3

Recurring EPS (RM)

0.36

0.23

0.34

0.46

0.47

DPS (RM)

0.11

0.08

0.10

0.14

0.14

Total turnover

Recurring PER (x)

11.8

18.7

12.6

9.3

9.0

P/B (x)

2.50

2.85

2.37

2.01

1.74

P/CF (x)

8.34

5.37

9.63

3.98

4.56

2.6

1.8

2.4

3.2

3.3

Dividend yield (%)


EV/Ebitda (x)

6.6

12.0

8.5

6.5

5.9

ROAE (%)

13.7

7.1

25.0

23.5

20.8

Net debt to equity (%)

91.5

130.7

103.8

57.1

27.1

35.6

46.9

46.1

Our vs consensus
EPS (adjusted) (%)
Source: Company data, RHB

Press Metal Bhd


(Aug 23, RM4.25)
Maintain buy with a higher target
price (TP) of RM6.29: We expect
Press Metal Bhds third quarter of
financial year 2016 (3QFY16) earnings to significantly improve quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q). Its phase
3 smelter in Samalaju was fully
commissioned in late-May 2016.
Phase 2 of its Samalaju smelter also
returned to normal operations in
November 2015 after six months of
repairs undertaken after a fire incident. Apart from that, the London
Metal Exchange (LME) aluminium
cash price also seems to be forming a new support level around
US$1,650 (RM6,633) a tonne.
The premium, which is a surcharge consumers must pay on top
of the LME price, has also normalised at around US$100 per tonne.
The uptick in all-in aluminium

prices again supports our view of


improving fundamentals in the aluminium market, which suggests
that prices have bottomed.
Press Metal announced its
2QFY16 financials last week. Although earnings were lifted by a oneoff insurance claim of RM36 million
(net of minority interests), core net
profit of RM107.9 million was still
above ours and way above the consensus estimates, up 104.5%/36.1%
q-o-q/year-on-year, mainly attributed to: i) increased output from
part commissioning of its phase III
smelter; ii) a higher all-in aluminium price average at US$1,666 from
US$1,614 in 1Q; and iii) cost savings
derived from new smelters from the
sharing of common infrastructure.
After accounting for greater cost
savings from its phase III smelter,
we raise our FY16 to FY18 earnings
estimates by 10.7% to 12.7% respec-

tively. Key risks include: a) further


downward pressure on aluminium
prices that may hurt its profitability;
and b) unexpected power supply
interruptions at its smelting plant
that damage machinery and disrupt its operations.
We continue to like Press Metal as it runs successful aluminium
smelters in the first quartile of the
global production cost curve. Its
robust free cash flow generation
also will see its debt level declining
fast. Aside from an upward earnings
revision, we lower our weighted
average cost of capital assumption
following Bank Negara Malaysias
move to cut the overnight policy
rate to 3%. As such, we also lift our
TP, derived from a 10% discount to
our fully diluted discounted cash
flow valuation, to RM6.29 (from
RM5.17). We maintain buy.
RHB Research Institute, Aug 23

18 H O M E

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Education blueprint in
line with global agenda

IN BRIEF
Man held over oensive
statement against
Johor Sultan

Evident in its system and student aspirations, says Khairil


KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian
Education Blueprint 2013-2025
(MEB) is in tandem with the global education agenda, says Education
deputy director-general Datuk Seri
Khairil Awang.
He said this was evident in MEBs
two main features, namely the system aspirations and student aspirations, which would support the
implementation of the Sustainable
Development Goals 4 (Education
2030).
The MEBs system aspirations include access, quality, equity, unity
and efficiency; while the student
aspirations (literacy and numeracy, thinking skills, leadership skills
and bilingual proficiency) are also
the aspirations of Education 2030.

Oct 26 hearing
of application
by Najib, Rosmah
KUALA LUMPUR: The High
Court has set Oct 26 to hear
an application by Prime
Minister Datuk Seri Najib
Razak and his wife, Datin
Seri Rosmah Mansor, for a
stay of proceedings of their
suit against PKR vice-president Mohd Rafizi Ramli and
another, over the issue of oil
subsidy.
Deputy registrar Nurul Ain
Hamzah set the date in chambers yesterday in the presence
of lawyer Nik Alia Nik Hanafi,
representing Najib and Rosmah, while Mohd Rafizi was
represented by lawyer Ng Siau
Sun.
Another defendant, Media Rakyat portal owner Chan
Chee Kong, was represented
by lawyer Joanne Leong.
Leong, when met by reporters, said the prime minister
and his wife had applied to
stay proceedings of the suit
pending the disposal of their
appeal against a High Court
decision in the Court of Appeal on Nov 28, 2015.
Najib and Rosmah are appealing against High Court
Judge Datuk Noraini Abdul
Rahmans decision on April
15, 2015 in dismissing their
application to remove several paragraphs in the defence statement by the two
defendants.
They had applied to remove
the defence of fair comment
by the two defendants on the
grounds that the words uttered
were a statement of facts and not
of a fair comment. Bernama

Malaysia believes that in ensuring effective delivery of Education


2030, the global agenda should not
be isolated or implemented in parallel with the national education
planning and monitoring evaluation system.
The MEB 2013-2025 provides the
framework for improving the performance in the education sector. The
MEB was implemented three years
ahead of Education 2030, [and] we
found that the MEB is very much in
line with the targets of Education
2030, Khairil said in his keynote address at the Education 2030 launch
and symposium here yesterday.
Education Minister Datuk Seri
Mahdzir Khalid was due to launch
the Education 2030 in Malaysia yes-

terday evening, Bernama reported.


Education 2030 is on the main
agenda of education at global level
which must be achieved in the next
15 years, that is, in the year 2030.
The Education 2030 main objective is to ensure inclusive and
equitable quality education and
promote life-long learning opportunities for all.
Speaking on the challenges to ensure Malaysias education system is
on par with international standards,
Khairil said these include continuous efforts to provide education for
hard-to-reach children such as the
special education needs children,
the indigenous and other minority groups.
He highlighted that about 1%

of the population was identified as


having special education needs, in
comparison to the estimated 10% of
the global estimated average.
This shows an underestimation
of the special education needs children in this country. Efforts to scale
up early detection and improve collaboration with the health ministry
to ensure inclusive programmes at
various level of education are currently in progress, he said.
Some 220 participants attended the one-day event, including
senior education ministry officers,
UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization representatives,
academicians, professionals and
non-governmental organisations.
Bernama

Australia looking to
collaborate with Sarawak
KUCHING: The Australian government is keen to work closely
with Malaysia, in particular the
Sarawak government, in various
fields to further strengthen cooperation and ties between Australia
and the state.
Australian High Commissioner
to Malaysia Rod Smith said Australia
and Malaysia enjoyed a strong foundation in relations and cooperation.
Nevertheless, the two countries
could further strengthen cooperation in many fields, he told a press
conference here yesterday, in conjunction with his two-day working
visit to Sarawak, his second to the
state since his appointment as high
commissioner.
During his visit here, Smith
made courtesy calls to Sarawak

Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul


Taib Mahmud, Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem and
three Sarawak deputy chief ministers, Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah
Embas, Datuk Amar Abang Johari
Tun Openg and Tan Sri Dr James
Jemut Masing.
The high commissioner said the
Australian and Sarawak governments were looking into areas in the
agriculture sector to work together.
He said as Australia had expertise in the agriculture and food industries, it would be able to assist
Sarawak in that field, including in
the small and medium industries.
Besides that, Smith said the Australian business community had
also explored other investment opportunities in Sarawak, including

the oil and gas industry, healthcare, food industries, tourism and
education.
In the field of education, he noted a strong connection between
Sarawak and Australia, with many
Sarawakians benefiting from the Colombo Plan scholarship in the past.
He said the establishment of two
Australian universities Swinburne University in Kuching and
Curtin University in Miri saw
4,000 students in each university.
Smith said this year 24,000 Malaysian students are studying in
Australia, and 270 Australians in
Malaysia.
In the tourism industry, about
500,000 Australians visited Malaysia
last year, while 300,000 Malaysians
visited Australia. Bernama

New MACC chief sworn in before King


KUALA LUMPUR: New chief commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)
Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad took his
oath of office before Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim
Muadzam Shah at Istana Negara
here yesterday.
He was recently appointed to
the post effective from Aug 1, until
July 31, 2021.
Dzulkifli, previously the National Revenue Recovery Enforcement
Team director, Attorney-Generals
Chambers, replaced Tan Sri Abu
Kassim Mohamed.
Low Seng Kuan and deputy minisPresent at the swearing-in cer- ter Datuk Razali Ibrahim.
emony were Minister in the Prime
Dzulkifli, 48, who has wide exMinisters Department Datuk Paul perience in handling commercial

JOHOR BARU: A man was detained in Penang on Monday


for allegedly making offensive
remarks against the Sultan of
Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan
Iskandar. Johor police chief
Datuk Wan Ahmad Najmuddin
Mohd said the man, aged 34,
was arrested at an apartment
in Jalan Bandar Bayan Baru in
Bayan Lepas at about 5.05pm.
He said the man was arrested
following a report lodged on
Monday in connection with an
offensive statement against the
Sultan which was sent through
the WhatsApp application. Following the arrest, police seized
two handphones a Leagoo
Elite and a Nokia believed
to be used by the suspect to
send the offensive statement,
he added. Bernama

Sabah aims to draw


Eastern Russian tourists
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is eyeing Eastern Russian tourists in an
effort to boost the states tourism
industry, Chief Minister Datuk
Seri Musa Aman said. He said
the state government would be
intensifying its efforts to attract
tourists from Russian cities such
as Vladivostok, Sakhalin and
Khabarovsk, as well as other
new markets. The year 2016
has been a challenging year for
the tourism industry in Sabah
following a number of unfortunate incidents that befell the
state. In view of the current state
of affairs, the state government
will continue its efforts to restore
the confidence of international
tourists travelling to Sabah, he
said yesterday. Bernama

Mahdzir: Clean toilet


drive to involve all
LANGKAWI: A culture of jointly maintaining the cleanliness
of school toilets will be sowed
among teachers, parents and
students as a national agenda
from next year, said Education
Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir
Khalid. For a start, he said, the
ministry would not provide
any incentive, but it was left to
schools to carry it out on a voluntary basis. The cleanliness drive
will be a national agenda, but
it wont be inculcated through
punishment. We want them to
do it voluntarily to make the
practice a culture. Bernama

Clean up food handling


in schools, says Perak MB

Dzulkii signing
the oath of
oce before the
King yesterday.
Photo by
Bernama

crime and money laundering cases,


graduated in law from the International Islamic University, Malaysia.
Bernama

IPOH: The health ministry and


education ministry have been
urged to take immediate measures to prevent food poisoning
in schools in Perak following the
spate of such cases of late. Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry
Abdul Kadir said the health ministry was responsible with regard
to selecting the food operators
and handlers, whether at the
school canteens or the school
hostels dining hall. He said the
health ministry, meanwhile, had
to set the food preparation and
quality standards which must be
adhered to. Bernama

20 H O M E

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

PDRM prioritise technology


in law enforcement
Drones to aid surveillance over larger areas and reduce costs Zulkifli
GEORGE TOWN: The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) have made
technology application a priority
in order to maximise manpower
usage in monitoring and curbing crime.
Bukit Aman director of management Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah
said technological systems and
equipment such a closed-circuit
television (CCTV) cameras and
drones did not require the services
of many police personnel.
This year, we will be using

drones to enable surveillance over


larger areas and at the same time,
reduce costs ... also theres no necessity for our policemen to do
round-the-clock patrols, he said.
He was speaking at a dinner
function and launch of the 2016
Football Championship for the
Inspector-General of Police Cup,
here, on Monday night.
Zulkifli said according to
statistics, PDRM currently had
130,000 personnel including officers, and the number would be

increased over the next few years


to 150,000, as agreed by the government.
Interpols ratio standard for
the number of police to population is 1:250 and we have not
reached that yet, he said.
On another matter, Zulkifli said in future, PDRM aim to
bring back glory in sports to the
law enforcement agency by setting up centres of excellence for
sports at selected police training
centres nationwide.

He said priority would also be


given to those individuals who excelled in sports at school and university levels for recruitment as
police constables and inspectors.
In fact, we have recently recruited about 100 such individuals into the force, he said.
He added that currently, 33
police personnel were representing the country in sports at international level while about 1,000
were actively involved in sports.
Bernama

Court orders forfeiture of RM8m cigarettes


KLANG: The Sessions Court here
ordered nearly 80 million cigarette sticks of various brands,
worth about RM8 million, belonging to Singapore-based cigarette importer ACL Group Pte Ltd,
forfeited to the Royal Malaysian
Customs Department.
Judge Suzana Hussin made the
order yesterday after company
director, Ong Hin Lee, on behalf
of the company, pleaded guilty

Police to request
Interpols help in
Namewee video
clip probe
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang
police will ask Bukit Aman to
request for assistance from
Interpol in locating the three
men who sang with Namewee
in a video clip which allegedly
insulted Islam.
Penang police chief Datuk
Abdul Ghafar Rajab said based
on information obtained from
Namewee, whose real name is
Wee Meng Chee, 33, the three
men are Taiwanese singers residing in Taiwan.
Investigation is ongoing
and we will get assistance from
Interpol to find the three men
to record their statements.
So far, police have recorded statements from seven people, he told reporters after a
dinner and opening of a football championship to vie for
the Inspector-General of Police Trophy by Bukit Aman
director of management Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah on
Monday night.
Abdul Ghafar said the police
would also hold a meeting with
the Penang Islamic Religious
Department (JAIPP) to discuss
the issue. Bernama

to a charge of failing to declare


the consignment.
She also imposed the maximum fine of RM1,000 for the offence on the company.
Ong, a Singaporean, paid the
fine. He was unrepresented.
ACL Group was charged with
failing to declare the cigarette
consignment, which was in eight
containers, by not filling form
F2 No 1 within one month of its

arrival at the free zone in the inspection area of the Klang Container Terminal, North Port, Port
Klang, on Feb 17.
The company, which has
been in operation since 2005,
was charged with contravening
Regulation 21(1)(a) of the Free
Zones Regulation and was fined
in accordance with Regulation 33,
which provides a maximum fine
of RM1,000, or imprisonment for

up to six months, or both, upon


conviction.
Regulation 33 also provides
for forfeiture of goods to the Customs Department in accordance
with Section 39 of the Free Zones
Act 1990.
The prosecution was conducted by officers from the customs
department, Muhammad Sobirin
Mohd Seman and Abdul Rasyiddi
Ab Drahman. Bernama

Climate change demands stronger political will


KUALA LUMPUR: Climate change
demands stronger political will
to implement decisions made
on greenhouse emissions, says
the recipient of the 2016 Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and
Policy on Antarctica, Professor
Robert DeConto.
DeConto, a professor at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, US, said the decisions made,
although critical to fight climate
change, were not based entirely
on individual judgment.
Be proactive about being engaged in local politics and national
politics to make sure we actually
dont go down this path of continuing to pollute the atmosphere with
greenhouse gases, because thats
a dangerous path for us to take,
he told reporters after the award
presentation ceremony.
The prize was presented to
DeConto by the chair of the Tinker-Muse Prize selection Committee, Peter Barrett, and Tinker
Foundation president, Renate
Rennie, at the 34th Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Biennial Meetings and
Open Science Conference at the
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday.
The conference, themed Antarctica in the Global Earth System: From The Poles to The Tropics, is being held from Saturday

DeConto, winner of the 2016 Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and Policy on Antarctica,
delivering his speech during the award presentation and lecture at the Kuala Lumpur
Convention Centre yesterday.

until Aug 30, with more than 900


participants from 40 countries.
DeConto was awarded the
Tinker-Muse Prize for 15 years of
work on past and future Antarctic climate and for his research
integrating geological data with
modelling, to reveal likely consequences of future sea level rise
from ice sheet melt.
Its a very important global
issue and would, potentially, be
a problem in the future with in-

crease in greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. So, we


are concerned about the future of
Antarctica because if it melts, it will
have an impact on coastal cities
and low-lying nations, he said.
DeConto was worried about the
warm ocean waters and the continuous uploading of greenhouse
gases to the atmosphere that could
lead to sufficient warmth in the air
above the ice sheet, to start to melt
it from the top down. Bernama

Governments
appeal against
Bersih 3 rally
damage
dismissed
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal has dismissed the governments appeal in a civil suit it
filed against the Bersih steering committee over damage to
public property incurred in the
Bersih 3 rally in 2012.
In a unanimous decision, a
three-man bench, chaired by
Justice Datuk Rohana Yusuf, upheld the High Courts decision,
which rejected the governments
suit for claim of damages.
She said the court did not
find any provision in the Peaceful Assembly Act (PAA) 2012
that clearly stipulated the governments right to claim.
She said Section 6(2) of that
Act did not create a statutory
duty, which if violated, would
necessarily create a right of
civil action by the government.
We also find Section 3 of the
Government Proceedings Act,
read together with Section 39 of
the same Act, does not entitle the
government to sue for negligence
or for a claim of damages under
common law, she said.
Rohana said even if there
was a right of claim in common
law for negligence in that case,
the court did not have reason
to intervene in the High Court
judges finding that the government had failed to prove
its case of negligence against
the respondents based on evidence before him.
The learned trial judge was
in a better advantage than us,
having had the benefit of hearing evidence in arriving at his
conclusion, she added.
The government sued Bersih
2.0 steering committee, including
its former Bersih co-chairman,
Datuk S Ambiga, and 14 other
fellow committee members. Justices Datuk Varghese George
Varughese and Datuk Mary
Lim Thiam Suan were the other
judges presiding on the panel.
In its civil suit, filed on
May 15, 2012, the government
claimed that the Bersih 3.0 rally
on April 28, 2012 had caused
damage to public property and
sought special compensation
of RM110,543.27 as costs to repair damaged police vehicles.
The Court of Appeal panel
yesterday allowed the governments appeal, partly in respect
of the counterclaim brought
by former steering committee
member, Wong Ching Huat.
The Court of Appeal reduced
the amount of damages from
RM21,000 to RM15,000 awarded to Wong by the High Court.
It allowed damages for pain
and suffering and aggravated damages but set aside the
High Court decision to award
RM6,000 to Wong for unlawful
arrest and detention.
Outside the court, Ambiga
said the Court of Appeal held
that under the PAA, the government could not sue for the
damages, adding that it was a
landmark decision. Bernama

COMMENT 21

W E D N E SDAY AU G U S T 24 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY

The Chinese (smartphones) are coming


The nostalgic may decry Chinas rise, but have to accept that US smartphone industry has passed its zenith
the brand, the company is likely
to bring the same business model that emaciated profits in the
Chinese smartphone market,
namely direct online sales, social media-focused marketing and
razor-thin margins.
That model has proven so compelling that Lenovo (which now
owns Motorolas smartphone
business) and Huawei have both
incorporated it into their own
strategies, while Oppo and Vivo
are key beneficiaries. With ever
fewer differences between Android models, this price fight portends declining share for Apple
and Samsung.
This means that Chinese expansion will result in the US starting
to look a lot like every other market in the world. Whereas Apple
and Samsung hold a combined
59% of the US market, according
to Counterpoint Research, they
have just a 33% share worldwide.
Global slots three through seven
are all Chinese.
So while the nostalgic may decry the rise of China, they still need
to face the fact that the US smartphone industry has passed its zenith. Bloomberg

BY TI M C U L PA N

n the next five years, a majority of US consumers


will have bought a Chinese-brand smartphone.
Such a prospect may raise
the hackles of purported
American patriots and presidential candidates, but its reality.
Outside of Apple and Samsung,
Chinese brands rule the global
smartphone market. LG gets a
hand in from time to time, Blackberry isnt dead yet, and Nokia
keeps bouncing from one identity
crisis to another but the trend
is irreversible.
Yet ask any consumer in the US
to name a smartphone that isnt
Apple, or at the very least one that
isnt Apple or Korean. Theres only
one way for Chinese brands to go
from here. Thats why their pending dominance is a fact, not just
speculation or fear mongering
(see chart Global Showdown).
Just as television makers Zenith,
Motorola and RCA were eventually
replaced by Japanese names like
Sony, Sharp and Panasonic, so too
will Chinese brands overtake the
US market.
The latest entrant looks set to
be Xiaomi. The richly valued upstart appears ready to dip its toes
in one of the worlds most important electronics markets. While

China is larger by volume, the US


is lucrative because average device
prices are much higher.
In an interview with Bloomberg
Television last Friday, Xiaomis
vice president and international
frontman Hugo Barra said a US
move is inevitable. We will lead
with social media, with the channels that allow us to get in touch
with the young generation that are
enthusiastic about new technology. We are definitely going there.
Xiaomis entry into the US has

been in doubt on concern that


the Chinese company, which has
been widely criticised as a wholesale copycat of Apple and others,
would immediately face intellectual property lawsuits.
However, Xiaomis purchase
this summer of around 1,500 patents from Microsoft seems to have
quelled those worries and given the Beijing start-up the courage to move directly onto Apples
home turf.
The Chinese company wont

be short of compatriots. ZTE, the


worlds number six smartphone
brand, is fourth in the US, while
TCL-Alcatel holds fifth spot. And
then theres Huawei, now the
worlds number three, which will
start selling its latest device under
the Honor brand later this week.
With solid technology, financial
muscle and global aspirations,
expect to see more of Huawei in
the US in years to come.
This column does not necessarily
Whats significant about a reflect the opinion of Bloomberg
Xiaomi move is that along with LP and its owners.

The politics of negative interest rates


BY YA NI S VA ROU FA KIS

OBJECTS of desire come at a cost.


Only bad things, like toxic waste,
have a negative price, the equivalent of a fee payable to anyone willing to make them disappear. Does
this mean that negative interest
rates embody a new perspective on
money that it has gone bad?
In market economies, money is
the measure of the value of goods
and services. And the interest rate is
the price of that metric of money itself. When the price is zero, it
makes no difference whether money is kept under a mattress or lent,
because there is no cost to holding
or borrowing cash.
But how can the price of money
which, after all, makes the world
go round, or, as Karl Marx put it,
transforms all my incapacities into
their contrary be zero? And how
can it possibly ever become negative, as it now is in much of the global
economy, with the worlds moneyed
people bribing governments to
borrow from them more than US$5.5
trillion (RM22.11 trillion)?
The answer can only be of a type
that economists loathe: philosophical, political, and thus irreducible
to neat positivist explanation. In

other words, the answer must concern the essence of money.


In a farmers market, sellers
with many unsold potatoes start
dropping the price until a level is
reached (possibly very low, but still
positive) at which all of the potatoes
are bought. In contrast, since the
2008 global financial crisis, every
time the price of money has been
reduced, demand for it falls and
excess savings rise. Clearly, money is not like potatoes or any other
well-defined thing.
To understand how money can
be our societies supreme good
while fetching a negative price,
it helps to start with the realisation that, unlike potatoes, money
has no intrinsic private value. Its
utility comes from what its holder
can make others do. Money, to recall Lenins definition of politics, is
about who does what to whom.
Imagine you are an entrepreneur with money in the bank, or
have a bank eager to lend large
sums to invest in your business.
You spend sleepless nights wondering whether you should invest
in a new product that is, whether
you should exploit your access to
money to cause an array of others
to work on your behalf. In our current Great Deflation, what worries
you most is your customers future
purchasing power and sentiment.

Will they be able and willing to buy


your new product at high enough
prices and quantities?
Suppose that, sleep-deprived,
you then switch on the radio or
TV only to hear that US Federal
Reserve (Fed) chair Janet Yellen
and European Central Bank (ECB)
president Mario Draghi are considering reducing interest rates
further. Will you rejoice at the prospect that your financing costs will
fall? Will you be motivated to invest your own money now that it
earns lower (perhaps even negative) interest?
No and no. Your reaction is most
likely to be one of alarm: If Janet
and Mario are considering another
interest-rate cut, they must have
good reason to believe that demand
will remain low! So you abandon
your investment plan. Better to
borrow money at almost no cost,
you think, and buy back a few more
of my companys shares, boost their
price, earn more on the stock exchange, and bank the profits for the
rainy days that are coming.
And so it is that the price of money falls, even as the supply of it burgeons. Central bankers who never
predicted the Great Deflation are
now busily trying to find a way out
with economic and econometric
models that could never explain
it, let alone point to solutions. Un-

willing to question the political


dogma that central banks must
be apolitical, they refuse to think
of money as more than a thing.
And so they continue the search
for a technocratic fix to a problem
crying out for a philosophically
astute political solution.
Its a futile quest. Once the price
of money (interest rates) hit zero,
central banks tried buying mountains of public and private debt
from commercial banks to give
them an incentive to lend freely. The ECB went so far as to pay
banks to lend to business while, at
the same time, punishing them for
not lending (via negative interest
rates for excess reserves).
But bankers and businesses,
viewing these measures as desperate responses to self-fulfilling deflationary expectations, went on an
investment strike, while using the
central-bank money to inflate the
prices of their own assets (stocks,
art, real estate, and so forth). This
did nothing to defeat the Great Deflation. It only made the rich richer,
an outcome that somehow reinforced central bankers belief in
central bank independence.
Not all central bankers, thankfully, are incapable of responding
creatively to the Great Deflation.
Andy Haldane, chief economist
at the Bank of England, has cou-

rageously suggested that all money should become digital, which


would permit real-time negative
interest rates to be imposed on
all of us, thus forcing everyone
to spend at once. John Williams,
president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco, recently argued
that the Great Deflation could be
beaten only by targeting the price
level and nominal national income
simultaneously a New Deal-like
approach featuring joint action by
the Fed and the government.
What separates these central
bankers from the herd is their readiness to jettison the myth of independent monetary policy, to accept
that money is the most political
of commodities, to challenge the
sanctity of cash, and to concede that
defeating the Great Deflation requires a progressive policy agenda.
Simone Weil once said: If you
want to know what a man is really like, take notice of how he acts
when he loses money. Likewise,
if we want to know what our societies are really like, we must take
notice of how they react to negative
interest rates. Project Syndicate
Yanis Varoufakis, a former finance
minister of Greece, is professor of economics at the University of Athens.

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What the Rio Games


does not measure
Success not correlated with what people use to judge countries
BY MA RK WHI T EHOUSE

NEW YORK: People often see a


countrys Olympic success as a
measure of its overall greatness. A
quick and unscientific look at the
results in Rio de Janeiro, though,
suggests that it might reflect little
more than a commitment to do
well at the Olympics.
Let us start by defining success. The number of medals alone
does not work, because first place
should count more than second
and bigger countries will naturally
win more. So, I will assign points
for each medal (three for gold,
two for silver, one for bronze)
and then adjust the total for the
countrys population. Through
this looking glass, countries such
as Jamaica, Australia, Great Britain and Kazakhstan all do better
than the US. The chart shows the
ranking for countries that earned
at least 10 points.
Now, lets see if this measure
bears any relation to other indicators of a countrys prowess.
Consider wealth, expressed as
gross domestic product (GDP)
per person. A simple statistical
analysis, known as a regression,
finds that GDP per capita explains
basically none of the variation in
countries performance at Rio.
This can be expressed visually
in a scatter plot. If the relationship were strong and positive,
the points would roughly form
a diagonal line, rising from left
to right.
Pretty much the same goes for
happiness as measured by the
World Happiness Report, which
combines various survey results
to come up with a score for how
happy a countrys people are.
So much for that. How about

regression finds that they explain


about 7% of performance at Rio.
Still, thats not much.
In short, success at the Rio
Olympics is not correlated with
much of anything that people
use to judge countries. Rather,
as the social scientist Danyel
Reiche has asserted, it probably
has a lot more to do with how
countries choose to allocate resources. Some take a laissez-faire
approach. Others focus on the
competition as a matter of national pride, and so devote a lot
more money and effort to identifying and training athletes, and to
gaining an advantage in specific
sports. The persistently strong
performance of the nations of
the former Soviet Union offers a
testament to how effective such
investments can be even if
people are not well-off as a whole.
That may not be very satisfying
for the nationalists in the grandstands. Its certainly no reason,
though, to be any less impressed
by what individual athletes do.
Bloomberg View
the quality of a countrys government? The World Bank produces measures that look at various
aspects of governance, including

corruption, violence, political


stability and accountability. Taken together, they do a bit better
than wealth and happiness: The

This column does not necessarily


reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and
its owners.

Squash deserves to be in the Olympics


BY MATHEW SCOTT

HONG KONG: The worlds top


squash players on Monday issued
an impassioned plea for entry into
the Olympic family after they were
forced to once again watch from
the sidelines as the Games unfolded in Rio de Janeiro.
Squash really should be there
it has so much to offer, said
Datuk Nicol David, the eight-time
world champion and widely acknowledged as the greatest player
the womens game has ever seen.
Weve given it our all in our
campaigns [to get in the Olympics],
but just not got there, continued
the Malaysian world No 4.
Thats all you can do try
your best but it doesnt make

not being there any easier to take.


It has been tough. But we have
great athletes, and its a great
sport.
The 32-year-old David has this
week returned to chase her 11th
straight title at the Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong
Kong Squash Open, adding her
considerable lustre to a field that
boasts the worlds top 10 womens players, along with nine of
the top-10 men.
Among them will be world No 1
Mohamed El Shorbagy. The Egyptian also said that watching the
action in Rio from his couch had
been tough.
But as much as I feel that it is
a loss for us, I feel it is a loss for
the Olympics as well, he said.

Its a great sport and it deserves


to be there.
Those sentiments were shared
by the womens world No 1, Nour
El Sherbini, the 20-year-old Egyptian sensation who is plotting to
end Nicols dominance of the Hong
Kong event.
Its annoying only being able
to watch other athletes compete,
said El Sherbini. Squash is one of
the most exciting and challenging
sports there is and we deserve to be
in the Olympics. When youre not
in [the Olympics] you just watch
and wonder what it must be like.
The World Squash Federation
(WSF) has now applied three times
to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for acceptance into
the Games all to no avail, despite

the fact an estimated 20 million


people play the game, globally.
The WSF last applied when
sports was being decided for the
next Olympics in Tokyo in 2020
but squash missed out as the
IOC picked baseball/softball, karate, skateboarding, sports climbing
and surfing.
That move, announced in September last year, had left squash
heartbroken, according to WSF
president Narayana Ramachandran, who vowed to not give up
the fight. Squash will now set its
sights on winning inclusion for the
Moscow Olympics in 2024.
The worlds top-ranked players
both kick-off their campaigns yesterday at the Hong Kong Squash
Centre. South China Morning Post

Swimmer
Lochte losing all
sponsors after
robbery lie
BY E B E N N OV Y- W IL L IA MS
& S T E PH A N IE W O N G

NEW YORK: Ryan Lochte is


losing all his endorsements
after he admitted to making
up a story about being robbed
at gunpoint while at the 2016
Olympics.
Speedo USA and Japanese
mattress maker Airweave said
on Monday that they were ending their partnership with the
embattled US swimmer. Ralph
Lauren also said it would not
renew his contract.
A subsidiary of UK-based
Pentland Brands Ltd, Speedo
announced it would donate a
US$50,000 (RM201,000) portion of Lochtes pay to a charity
that works with poor children
in Brazil. Lochte, 32, had been
with the company for over a
decade. Speedo also sponsors
USA Swimming.
We cannot condone behaviour that is counter to the
values this brand has long
stood for, Speedo said in a
statement. We appreciate his
many achievements and hope
he moves forward and learns
from this experience.
Lochte, who has said he aspires to be a fashion designer,
was one of the most visible
spokesmen for Ralph Lauren during the lead-up to the
games. The company, which
designs the outfits worn by US
athletes during the opening
and closing ceremonies, said
on Monday that the endorsement was specifically for the
2016 Olympics and would not
be renewed.
The swimmer originally
said that he and three Team
USA teammates were pulled
over in a cab and robbed at
gunpoint by men posing as
Brazilian police. Officials later revealed that the early Saturday-morning incident was
quite different: Lochte and
some of his teammates vandalised a gas station, urinated
on the premises, then paid for
the damages when confronted
by armed guards.
He apologised for his behaviour and for exaggerating
parts of the story. He also said
he was drunk when he originally recounted the experience
on NBC.
Lochte had about US$1 million in endorsements at the
time of the incident, ESPN reported citing unnamed industry experts. Airweave, another
Team USA sponsor which originally stood by Lochte, said on
Monday that it would end the
partnership. Lochtes fourth
and final endorser, Gentle Hair
Removal, also announced it
was ending its partnership,
according to ESPN.
Lochte won a relay gold in
Rio, his 12th Olympic medal.
Bloomberg

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Enduring images of Rio 2016


01. South Korean gymnast Lee Eun-Ju
(right) and North Koreas Hong
Un-Jong after their competition
during the womens qualication
for the artistic gymnastics at the
Olympic Arena on Aug 7. Lee, who
found herself in the international
spotlight after taking a sele with a
North Korean competitor, said she
was surprised by the extraordinary
response to such a simple act. A
snapshot of Lee and Hong posing for
a sele on Lees phone swiftly went
viral on Twitter, with many hailing the
image as a perfect illustration of the
Olympic spirit.
01

02
02. The US Michael Phelps (left) kissing
his son Boomer next to his partner
Nicole Johnson (right) after he won
the mens 200m buttery nal at the
Olympic Aquatics Stadium on Aug 9.
Swimming great Phelps regained his
cherished 200m buttery Olympic
crown, dominating a grudge match
with Chad le Clos in which the 2012
champion from South Africa was
relegated to fth place.
03. Egypts Islam El Shehaby (right)
refusing to shake hands with Israels
Or Sasson or make the customary
post-bout bow after their mens
+100kg judo contest match, in which
he was defeated by the latter, at
the Barra Olympic Park on Aug 12.
The snub reverberated beyond the
bounds of Rio, with the International
Olympic Committee saying the
Egyptian Olympic Committee strongly
condemned El Shehabys action and
that he was given a strong reprimand.

A WORLD AWAY ... Onlookers watching reworks explode over the Maracan stadium, from a terrace in the Mangueira favela, during the opening ceremony of the Rio
2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on Aug 5. The opening ceremony was low on technology and high on invention thanks to the economic constraints faced by the recession-hit
nation. But the festivities seemed a world away from those watching the reworks from a terrace in the Mangueira favela, a slum where some of the nations poorest live less than a
kilometre from the iconic stadium. Photos by AFP

03

05

04. The US Abbey DAgostino (right)


embracing New Zealands Nikki
Hamblin after they completed the
womens 5,000m Round 1 during
the athletics event at the Olympic
Stadium on Aug 16. The two helped
each other cross the nishing line
after an accidental mid-race collision.
DAgostino suered an ankle injury in
the collision, but Hamblin deliberately
hung back in the eld to oer
encouragement as the two women
completed the race together.

05. French pole vault star Renaud


Lavillenie being reduced to tears on
the medal podium as a hostile crowd
showered him with boos for a second
time during the athletics event at
the Olympic Stadium on Aug 16.
Lavillenie had lashed out at fans who
subjected him to deafening booing
and catcalls during his dramatic duel
04
with Brazilian Thiago Braz da Silva
which the home favourite won.
06. (From left) Jamaicas Yohan Blake,
Asafa Powell, Usain Bolt and Nickel
Ashmeade celebrating after they won
the mens 4x100m relay nal during
the athletics event at the Olympic
Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Aug 19.
Bolt danced for joy with his Jamaican
relay teammates after anchoring the
squad to a 4x100m victory that sealed
his Olympic triple-triple his third
straight sweep of the 100m, 200m
and 4x100m golds. Bolt departed the
Games with nine gold medals, level
with Carl Lewis and Paavo Nurmi for
most Olympic golds among track and
06
eld athletes.

24

live it!

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

Personal
ASSISTANT

Cinque Terre, on the northwest


coast of Italy, attracted 2.5 million
tourists last year. Photo by AFP

COMPI L ED BY S HALINI YEAP

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

SINGER-SONGWRITER Rozella is this months


Malaysia Originals performer. Catch the performance of the Borneo-born artiste, who
uses music to tell stories that are close to
her heart. Malaysia Originals falls on the
last Wednesday of the month and provides a
platform for independent local musicians to
showcase their original music. The show starts
at 8pm at Timbre @ The Row, 60, 62 and 64
Jalan Doraisamy, Kuala Lumpur and admission is free with purchase of one drink. Visit
www.timbregroup.asia for more information.

PARADISE
UNDER THREAT

Italys tourist jewel,


Cinque Terre, feels the
strain of fame
BE serenaded by the soulful voice of artiste
and vocal coach Amy Yeoh as she returns
tonight for a gig with Hiran (keys), Marcus
Leong (guitar), Ken Chung (bass) and John
Thomas (drums). Make your way to No Black
Tie at 17 Jalan Mesui, O Jalan Nagasari, Kuala Lumpur for the 9pm show. Cover charge
is RM53. Call (03) 2142 3737 or visit www.
noblacktie.com.my for reservations.

CUSTOMISE your very own set lunch at Senja, Saujana Resort Kuala Lumpur. Pick one
starter, main and dessert for a quick and
satisfying meal, served within the hour. The
Senja business lunch set is priced at RM68
per person and is available daily between
noon and 2pm. Make your way to Saujana
Resort, Jalan Lapangan Terbang SAAS, Petaling Jaya for this delicious meal. Visit www.
shr.my/the-club-saujana-resort or call (03)
7806 7000 for reservations.

iking the coastal path that


links the medieval fishing
villages of Italys Cinque
Terre on its northwest coast
is a stop-start affair these
days.
Nestled between azure expanses of sea
and dry stone terraced mountains that
cascade into the Mediterranean, the rocky
way is barely a foot wide in places.
And as visitors arrive in ever greater
numbers to see why this corner of the
Riviera features on so many travel bucket
lists, pedestrian traffic jams made the going slow on a sweltering August morning.
But Chinese student Hardy Yang has no
complaints on the crowded path between
Monterosso and Vernazza, two of the five
villages that make up Cinque Terre.
Words fail me, it is so amazing, the
18-year-old told AFP as he and his family, from Yunnan province, took a breather. Are there too many people? No. You
know, in China, everywhere you go there
are so many people. (For us) there are few
people here.
A surge in the number of Chinese visitors is only one of the reasons that Cinque
Terre, a Unesco world heritage site that is
home to some 5,000 people, attracted 2.5
million tourists last year.
And with instability and security concerns placing countries like Tunisia and
Turkey off limits for many holiday operators, the total is set to be 20% higher in
2016, according to Vittorio Alessandro,

president of the Cinque Terre National Park.


Other iconic Italian settings, like Venice,
Florence and the celebrity hangout of Capri,
are feeling similar strains, triggering debate
about the possibility of capping access.
The relationship between visitors and
residents is in danger of becoming a conflictual one, Venice mayor Luigi Brugnaro
recently warned.
Brugnaro is spearheading a campaign
for local authorities responsible for the
most saturated sites to be given special
powers to limit access a measure Italys centre-left government is considering.
Alessandro made waves earlier this year
when he unveiled plans to monitor the numbers of people entering the 43 sq km of the
Cinque Terre. Ticket prices to access the
coastal paths were raised to 7.50 (RM34.26)
per day and visitors are now made to pay
higher rail ticket prices than locals.
The initiative sparked headlines about
the spectre of quotas leading to tourists being turned away at road barriers or denied
access to the trains that ferry the hordes to
quayside lunches of spaghetti alle vongole
(spaghetti with clams).
To date, nobody has been turned away.
Alessandro says the objective is only to reduce the numbers at peak times to more
manageable levels.
We dont have gates, we dont have
barriers, the park is open, the stations are
open, Alessandro told AFP TV. But this is
a small and fragile territory and, yes, influxes have to be rationalised. This landscape
can only be preserved by people living in
it, otherwise it becomes nothing more than
a cinema set.
Efforts so far have been focused on expanding train services to spread the flow of
arriving and departing visitors more evenly.
Train operator TrenItalia kicks back

some of its increased revenue to the National Park, which uses it to maintain the walking paths and the terraces which shaped
the regions celebrated landscape.
Alessandro says the system is working
well with this years increased numbers
generating fewer incidents of painfully
log-jammed village streets or dangerous
overcrowding on train station platforms.
But, he says, challenges remain, particularly in dealing with cruise ship crowds. Its
like organising a party at your house with
no idea of how many people are going to
turn up, he said.
Sustainable tourism is something that
benefits the area, the host and the visitor.
But a tourism that is so quick and frantic
leaves nothing to the territory.
Chiara Gasparini, a native of the region
who guides walking groups, says most locals have benefited from the Cinque Terres
fame, highlighting how the new interest
from Asia had helped extend the season
into the traditionally quiet months of January and February.
Obviously it depends who you talk to,
she said. But there are many people who
work in tourism and it is thanks to tourism
that people have the opportunity to stay
and work in their homeland.
French visitor Camilla Leconte has seen
the region transformed in the 30 years she
has been visiting.
For good or bad? I really dont know.
I said to someone in Vernazza, There are
really a lot of people here, and she replied:
There are never enough.
I suppose charging for the hiking paths
is a way also of limiting numbers because
the price is not insignificant. But limiting
things by money also raises questions. Does
that mean those who can afford can come;
those who cant, cant? AFP

Markets 2 5

W E D N E SDAY AU G U S T 24 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia

YEAR
HIGH

Sectorial Movement
INDICES

CLOSE

+/-

%CHG

INDICES

CLOSE

+/-

%CHG
-0.72

KLSE COMPOSITE

1,683.07

-8.00

-0.47

TECHNOLOGY

22.00

-0.16

KLSE INDUSTRIAL

3,145.49

-37.17

-1.17

FTSE BURSA 100

11,525.75

-49.08

13,630.54

-37.35

-0.27

-0.42

CONSUMER PRODUCT

606.11

-2.58

-0.42

FTSE BURSA MID 70

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT

142.49

-0.50

-0.35

FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP

15,281.68

-52.21

-0.34

CONSTRUCTION

286.81

-0.38

-0.13

FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING

15,869.58

-50.79

-0.32

TRADE & SERVICES

228.94

-1.59

-0.69

FTSE BURSA EMAS

11,816.67

-49.75

-0.42

14,497.59

-1.11

-0.01

FTSE BUR MSIA ACE

5,434.43

-100.38

-1.81

KLSE FINANCIAL
KLSE PROPERTY

1,188.99

-4.42

-0.37

FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH

12,443.75

-64.24

-0.51

KLSE PLANTATION

7,846.08

-12.78

-0.16

FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH

13,953.58

-86.07

-0.61

470.13

Unch

Unch

FTSE/ASEAN 40

9,548.02

-22.67

-0.24

KLSE MINING

Bursa Malaysia Main Market


YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.824 0.533 0.755
4.300 3.350 4.260
15.020 5.327 14.340
0.360 0.210 0.230
6.320 4.052 6.190
1.640 0.890 1.000
5.299 3.044 3.900
61.652 39.875 50.940
0.080 0.035 0.035
0.793 0.550 0.565
1.870 0.880 1.720
0.660 0.427 0.520
0.400 0.230

15.200 10.731 15.100


0.639 0.550 0.555
2.674 1.970 2.100
1.970 0.493 1.220
3.290 1.670 2.700
0.075 0.025 0.040
2.417 1.820 1.880
1.710 1.010 1.690
0.175 0.065 0.090
0.075 0.040 0.060
0.965 0.765

65.980 43.275 61.000


0.165 0.065 0.085
0.265 0.065 0.065
0.240 0.165 0.210
0.460 0.190 0.245
2.556 1.651

0.325 0.210 0.225


0.940 0.640 0.770
27.000 16.547 24.500
0.940 0.475 0.725
1.078 0.990 1.020
1.207 0.376 0.810
0.966 0.553 0.755
1.640 0.735 0.985
2.738 2.054 2.550
1.200 0.940

0.090 0.010

18.740 11.735 18.700


9.800 4.329 9.470
1.196 0.860 0.905
0.515 0.370 0.395
5.280 2.900 4.280
1.416 1.049 1.240
0.590 0.340 0.530
2.378 1.760 2.000
1.420 0.777 1.150
0.930 0.510 0.550
3.160 2.130 2.480
3.965 2.280 3.310
0.205 0.025

0.910 0.560 0.750


2.540 1.742

1.180 0.920

0.110 0.035 0.065


8.100 4.950 5.150
10.100 3.400 10.000
0.335 0.250 0.285
3.410 1.960 3.190
0.885 0.700 0.740
1.854 1.330 1.390
4.585 2.405 3.990
0.110 0.020 0.035
1.670 1.141 1.570
1.040 0.810 0.920
1.244 1.050

5.120 4.423

0.105 0.025

1.626 1.084 1.340


81.800 69.091 80.300
3.350 2.125 2.990
0.200 0.080 0.105
0.370 0.220 0.315
1.079 0.614 0.865
0.753 0.360 0.375
0.060 0.040 0.050
2.550 1.810 1.880
7.520 6.333 7.140
2.950 1.212 2.800
39.920 19.941 38.100
1.180 0.587 1.060
0.390 0.200 0.315
0.885 0.300

1.120 0.700 0.745


0.229 0.123 0.155
0.580 0.402 0.495
2.043 1.373 1.590
16.784 14.079 16.080
0.614 0.458

2.077 1.348 1.390


0.749 0.680 0.690
2.896 1.897 2.070
4.650 3.751 4.410
1.650 1.340

1.438 1.060 1.080


0.500 0.270 0.290
1.250 0.550 1.160
1.430 0.550 0.595
0.120 0.055 0.065
2.450 0.890 2.100
1.234 0.704 0.985
0.055 0.035 0.050
0.405 0.130 0.285
2.750 1.671 2.600
1.505 0.723

0.745 0.375 0.555


0.450 0.280 0.350
2.935 1.860 2.000
1.430 0.346 1.330
1.702 1.031 1.190
1.610 1.184

0.560 0.435 0.500


0.510 0.214 0.470
8.624 4.880 5.980
2.332 1.468

1.008 0.436

0.088 0.035 0.040


0.540 0.390 0.435
0.607 0.120 0.170
2.450 1.404 2.400
1.230 0.190 1.160
1.370 0.787 1.150
2.829 2.130 2.170
1.638 1.316 1.410
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
1.460 0.888 1.370
0.160 0.090 0.095
0.590 0.470

0.320 0.260

1.000 0.650 0.830


2.450 1.795

* Volume Weighted Average Price

DAY
LOW
0.750
4.000
14.040
0.230
6.170
0.960
3.850
50.080
0.035
0.555
1.710
0.505

14.940
0.550
2.030
1.220
2.680
0.035
1.850
1.670
0.085
0.050

59.300
0.085
0.065
0.200
0.245

0.220
0.770
24.300
0.705
1.000
0.800
0.755
0.950
2.500

18.600
9.260
0.895
0.390
4.200
1.220
0.525
1.970
1.110
0.530
2.380
3.290

0.740

0.065
5.090
9.800
0.285
3.120
0.730
1.370
3.970
0.030
1.530
0.920

1.250
78.920
2.960
0.100
0.300
0.850
0.360
0.050
1.820
7.020
2.670
38.000
1.030
0.315

0.740
0.150
0.495
1.570
15.900

1.380
0.685
2.050
4.400

1.060
0.285
1.150
0.590
0.065
2.060
0.975
0.045
0.285
2.550

0.545
0.350
1.910
1.300
1.170

0.500
0.450
5.850

0.035
0.410
0.160
2.350
1.140
1.150
2.130
1.400
1.320
0.095

0.820

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
9148

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
ADVPKG

CLOSING
(RM)
0.755
4.260
14.040
0.230
6.190
1.000
3.900
50.200
0.035
0.560
1.720
0.505
0.320
14.980
0.550
2.050
1.220
2.700
0.035
1.860
1.690
0.090
0.055
0.835
59.520
0.085
0.065
0.205
0.245
2.030
0.220
0.770
24.440
0.725
1.020
0.800
0.755
0.950
2.500
1.020
0.045
18.620
9.260
0.900
0.390
4.200
1.240
0.525
1.990
1.150
0.540
2.390
3.310
0.070
0.740
2.120
1.040
0.065
5.150
10.000
0.285
3.170
0.740
1.390
3.970
0.035
1.540
0.920
1.090
5.000
0.035
1.290
78.920
2.990
0.100
0.305
0.865
0.365
0.050
1.820
7.100
2.680
38.000
1.030
0.315
0.440
0.745
0.150
0.495
1.570
16.060
0.520
1.380
0.690
2.060
4.400
1.520
1.060
0.290
1.160
0.595
0.065
2.100
0.980
0.050
0.285
2.550
1.310
0.545
0.350
1.920
1.320
1.180
1.310
0.500
0.460
5.900
2.070
0.925
0.035
0.435
0.160
2.360
1.160
1.150
2.140
1.400
1.320
0.095
0.505
0.280
0.820
2.270

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

-0.005
72.7
UNCH
91.6
-0.300
27.1
-0.010
12.5
0.030
7.8
0.050
18.9
0.020
28.1
-0.180
129.8
-0.005
7.1
0.005
315.2
0.010
60
-0.015
148.2

-0.220
34.3
UNCH
33.8
-0.090
271.4
UNCH
10
UNCH
61
-0.010
175
UNCH
55.5
0.010
31
UNCH
828
UNCH 17553.6

-0.480
29.7
UNCH
690
UNCH
172.7
UNCH
142.4
-0.005
264

UNCH
300.7
UNCH
12
-0.060
284.8
-0.005
31
0.020
3
-0.015
17.2
UNCH
13.1
-0.030
366.4
-0.150
17

0.080
17.2
-0.230
29.1
-0.005
159.9
UNCH
851
-0.080
47.8
0.010
172.1
UNCH
40
0.060
78
UNCH
37.2
-0.010
36.2
-0.060
888.3
0.010
130.4

UNCH
288

-0.005
367.8
0.010
23.1
-0.100
26.5
-0.010
191
-0.020
189
0.005
160
0.030
5.9
-0.010
39.5
0.005 1161.2
-0.010
365.1
-0.010
1.8

-0.010
5.7
0.160
149.1
0.020
27.3
-0.005
2036
UNCH 4896.4
0.015
150.2
-0.010 2032.5
UNCH
500
UNCH
229.7
-0.050
84.7
-0.070 1606.3
-0.100
1.3
-0.010
112
UNCH
6.5

UNCH
7.5
UNCH
137.5
UNCH
12.9
-0.010
58.9
UNCH
704.7

-0.010
112.5
0.005
133.3
UNCH
612.2
-0.020
56.5

-0.010
93.9
UNCH
261.4
-0.020
35
-0.005
1261
UNCH
374.7
UNCH
92.3
-0.005
308.9
UNCH
211
-0.005
58
-0.040
143.2

-0.010
446.6
UNCH
1
0.010
25.3
0.010 2053.5
0.040
287.7

0.020
12.1
-0.005
56
-0.040 1167.1

UNCH 2265.2
0.005
42
-0.010 1174.7
-0.060
149.5
UNCH
949.8
-0.010
10
-0.030
76.1
-0.010
30.3
UNCH
UNCH

-0.010

1358.8
52

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

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

0.750 13.55
4.212 12.91
14.222 20.93
0.230

6.179 16.63
0.979

3.885
9.72
50.485 21.23
0.035

0.560 17.95
1.712 13.52
0.513
7.83

9.44
15.034 19.77
0.550 12.33
2.065 12.49
1.220
6.53
2.687 14.75
0.039

1.854 13.06
1.683 14.47
0.090
1.58
0.055

14.30
60.337 24.13
0.085 170.00
0.065

0.200

0.245
6.41
43.94
0.223 30.99
0.770 160.42
24.414 22.82
0.708

1.008 37.36
0.801
9.89
0.755 10.11
0.961
9.63
2.511 14.24

18.622 21.17
9.327 12.91
0.897
8.98
0.391 18.84
4.230 16.79
1.238 19.47
0.525 21.60
1.988
8.36
1.126
8.84
0.545
7.37
2.419 35.04
3.297 21.58

0.744 14.71
10.50
24.24
0.065

5.113
6.49
9.930 152.67
0.285 10.40
3.148
8.41
0.732
7.68
1.373 15.53
3.976
7.87
0.030

1.542 16.68
0.920 296.7
21.63
13.33

1.282

79.535 26.88
2.977
9.44
0.102 55.56
0.307 33.15
0.861 16.63
0.368

0.050

1.841 17.15
7.068 15.48
2.697 14.91
38.023 15.73
1.043 35.89
0.315
8.10

0.740

0.152 20.00
0.495 51.56
1.578
7.53
16.049 17.88
15.71
1.383
7.26
0.686 15.54
2.060 14.23
4.400 28.57

1.067 19.06
0.287

1.153 32.86
0.594

0.065

2.083
7.12
0.977 13.88
0.050 55.56
0.285

2.570 13.06
23.73
0.548
9.25
0.350

1.912

1.311
8.12
1.180 12.84
19.85
0.500 34.01
0.458 24.34
5.894

9.31
11.20
0.035 38.89
0.434

0.164
1.20
2.361 12.00
1.155

1.150 10.25
2.151 10.31
1.405 14.49

3.31
2.70
2.40

4.85
0.50
4.10
5.10

3.36

1.98

4.81
2.73
3.90
1.64

3.97
7.10

2.99
1.68

3.20

2.56

1.47
1.25
9.27

0.80
3.92

2.95
3.46
5.00
2.56
1.19
3.23

5.03
3.48

0.70
0.76

3.30

2.33

4.73

2.88
2.02

3.25

4.59
5.20

1.03
3.10
3.68

1.64
0.92

2.34
2.54
3.73
3.66
2.43

2.02
2.55
1.56
2.40
1.72
3.26
5.34
0.97

1.89

4.76
5.10

1.96
0.76

2.08
2.27
2.97
5.73
2.00

3.39
4.35
3.24

11.44
1.48

3.48
3.04
4.29

134.3
499.0
853.6
11.5
495.2
79.1
749.2
14,333.6
17.5
451.5
298.9
40.4
63.0
4,615.0
173.4
571.9
51.4
437.4
23.4
425.6
203.6
111.8
49.8
111.9
3,809.3
50.0
20.3
34.4
23.5
143.6
53.5
34.2
8,964.1
44.3
255.0
68.6
186.8
456.2
1,526.6
464.5
21.1
5,625.1
3,036.4
270.0
318.8
363.9
992.0
39.3
175.2
157.8
44.3
2,395.7
892.5
4.8
74.0
84.9
137.8
17.3
500.6
605.8
47.8
570.6
138.0
180.8
646.0
14.0
847.4
50.1
66.3
3,514.9
21.2
298.7
18,506.7
224.7
30.3
72.7
971.6
83.4
33.1
436.8
4,404.8
1,763.2
2,308.3
124.4
22.1
26.4
412.2
116.0
203.1
356.1
19,039.1
52.0
244.0
112.1
626.6
5,491.3
93.7
296.2
34.8
139.2
77.5
31.7
105.0
235.5
98.7
18.8
415.4
191.1
333.6
28.0
1,290.2
440.3
354.0
53.4
69.3
107.5
6,892.9
164.7
148.0
94.3
31.6
77.6
443.8
159.5
184.0
288.2
644.0

1.06

5.29

519.6
25.1
74.3
61.2
125.3
46.5

1.338
0.095

0.824

22.34

18.79
49.10
15.43

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

0.180 0.100 0.180


0.150
0.480 0.325

0.555 0.260 0.480


0.475
1.141 0.524 0.880
0.860
0.445 0.110

0.940 0.630 0.820


0.810
0.460 0.325 0.350
0.345
1.880 0.620 1.730
1.650
0.360 0.120 0.230
0.220
1.465 0.963

4.311 3.500 3.530


3.510
0.905 0.382 0.795
0.775
0.820 0.543 0.760
0.720
0.700 0.490

1.660 0.510

2.480 1.410 1.620


1.580
0.795 0.285 0.520
0.495
0.140 0.090

1.236 0.956 1.020


1.010
3.100 2.210

1.960 0.926 1.620


1.570
0.450 0.285 0.325
0.320
0.310 0.175 0.250
0.250
0.420 0.180 0.280
0.270
5.110 1.977 3.380
3.360
0.153 0.025 0.035
0.030
2.315 1.553 2.030
2.020
1.071 0.823 0.895
0.835
1.709 1.180 1.680
1.670
2.560 1.380

1.500 1.140

2.284 1.234 1.490


1.450
1.605 1.304

1.000 0.640 0.930


0.910
0.075 0.040 0.060
0.050
5.389 3.170 3.780
3.770
0.360 0.130 0.300
0.300
2.253 1.420 1.490
1.470
0.990 0.200 0.770
0.765
1.000 0.605 0.715
0.705
1.530 0.829 1.480
1.410
0.070 0.005

0.974 0.609 0.850


0.850
0.440 0.295

2.374 1.605 2.100


2.100
0.445 0.250 0.365
0.360
0.280 0.170 0.280
0.270
0.635 0.250 0.390
0.375
0.475 0.382

0.850 0.480 0.500


0.485
1.328 1.090 1.140
1.120
1.450 0.775 1.400
1.340
0.700 0.243 0.620
0.600
1.260 0.406 0.895
0.875
1.420 0.970 1.030
1.030
0.960 0.190 0.885
0.845
0.759 0.540

1.683 0.885 0.910


0.885
1.552 0.597 0.880
0.860
1.176 0.918 1.100
1.100
3.022 2.141 2.320
2.260
0.835 0.347 0.655
0.630
2.348 1.977 2.310
2.300
3.090 1.360 1.720
1.550
1.570 1.370 1.400
1.400
2.970 0.800 1.600
1.530
0.075 0.040 0.045
0.045
0.675 0.180 0.675
0.625
0.130 0.075

0.565 0.285 0.335


0.335
0.312 0.173 0.225
0.225
0.135 0.070 0.115
0.115
1.080 0.780 0.850
0.840
0.750 0.320 0.455
0.435
6.095 3.792 4.400
4.280
3.500 2.640 3.060
3.050
1.775 1.101 1.200
1.180
0.985 0.706 0.900
0.885
0.525 0.180 0.275
0.270
0.775 0.130 0.195
0.190
1.768 0.918

0.970 0.519 0.925


0.890
0.400 0.280

0.070 0.020 0.030


0.030
3.496 2.852 3.300
3.290
0.130 0.050 0.060
0.055
0.960 0.760 0.800
0.780
2.190 1.371 2.080
2.080
0.360 0.220

0.120 0.045 0.075


0.075
0.170 0.135 0.150
0.150
0.280 0.060

1.320 0.920 1.060


1.050
2.775 1.186 2.330
2.300
1.810 1.050 1.290
1.270
0.230 0.145 0.180
0.175
1.290 0.353 0.825
0.815
0.985 0.430

3.418 2.850 2.960


2.930
2.516 1.529

0.145 0.070 0.080


0.075
1.815 1.249 1.520
1.510
0.580 0.390 0.425
0.415
2.703 0.937

0.775 0.335 0.385


0.380
9.402 5.839 6.340
6.240
0.600 0.390

5.671 4.235 4.900


4.860
0.472 0.321 0.385
0.385
0.560 0.320

9.598 7.322 8.110


8.020
0.665 0.384 0.610
0.600
0.784 0.509 0.570
0.560
0.518 0.407 0.480
0.475
0.170 0.110 0.125
0.120
0.075 0.015 0.020
0.015
0.110 0.040 0.060
0.050
0.475 0.220 0.385
0.345
0.470 0.110 0.440
0.415
0.095 0.060 0.070
0.065
3.921 3.056 3.500
3.430
0.770 0.340 0.705
0.655
0.776 0.495 0.585
0.580
0.590 0.360 0.480
0.420
1.040 0.652 1.030
1.010
1.080 0.740 0.765
0.755
0.430 0.175 0.400
0.385
0.657 0.490

1.571 1.038

2.030 1.595

1.340 0.720 0.910


0.900
0.110 0.060 0.090
0.085
0.784 0.431 0.650
0.630
3.130 2.090 3.080
3.050
2.564 1.025 1.850
1.810
0.600 0.210 0.515
0.495
0.200 0.050 0.080
0.080
0.645 0.100 0.345
0.320
0.705 0.454 0.575
0.575
1.380 0.647 1.290
1.240
1.260 0.890 0.945
0.945
0.095 0.050 0.075
0.075
7.432 5.042 6.690
6.620
1.960 1.540 1.860
1.820
0.735 0.421 0.730
0.710
6.247 3.800 6.040
6.030
0.170 0.090 0.110
0.105
23.160 19.827 22.240 22.060
6.982 2.655 4.390
4.240
2.731 1.830 1.900
1.860
1.660 0.759 1.580
1.550
4.440 1.362 4.300
4.230
0.650 0.430 0.500
0.495
0.460 0.280

1.170 0.670 1.000


0.980
0.380 0.300 0.305
0.305
0.604 0.386 0.570
0.560
1.260 0.446 1.190
1.170
0.180 0.085 0.090
0.090
1.640 1.300

0.950 0.690 0.740


0.740
6.330 5.520

0.520 0.224 0.475


0.460
0.941 0.635 0.785
0.755
4.200 3.154 3.920
3.920

CODE
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
5134

COUNTER
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
SAB

CLOSING
(RM)
0.165
0.400
0.480
0.870
0.120
0.810
0.350
1.660
0.220
1.030
3.510
0.790
0.740
0.520
1.000
1.620
0.520
0.115
1.020
2.300
1.600
0.325
0.250
0.275
3.360
0.030
2.030
0.840
1.670
1.620
1.140
1.450
1.480
0.930
0.055
3.770
0.300
1.470
0.765
0.705
1.470
0.005
0.850
0.385
2.100
0.365
0.275
0.390
0.410
0.485
1.120
1.350
0.605
0.880
1.030
0.855
0.565
0.905
0.880
1.100
2.270
0.635
2.310
1.560
1.400
1.560
0.045
0.625
0.095
0.335
0.225
0.115
0.840
0.455
4.290
3.060
1.180
0.885
0.275
0.195
1.050
0.905
0.320
0.030
3.300
0.055
0.800
2.080
0.235
0.075
0.150
0.080
1.060
2.310
1.280
0.180
0.825
0.495
2.930
1.800
0.080
1.510
0.420
1.250
0.380
6.240
0.400
4.870
0.385
0.355
8.080
0.610
0.560
0.480
0.125
0.020
0.055
0.350
0.415
0.070
3.440
0.660
0.585
0.420
1.030
0.765
0.390
0.490
1.180
1.730
0.905
0.090
0.635
3.080
1.820
0.500
0.080
0.330
0.575
1.280
0.945
0.075
6.660
1.860
0.710
6.030
0.105
22.200
4.280
1.870
1.550
4.250
0.500
0.300
1.000
0.305
0.560
1.170
0.090
1.330
0.740
5.750
0.475
0.760
3.920

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

0.015 23818.6

UNCH
25.7
0.010 1086.2

-0.035
57.2
0.005
67
-0.070 1724.9
-0.005
923.4

-0.010
12.4
-0.005
578.3
-0.020
451

0.030
1.1
0.030
17.2

UNCH
181

0.020
84.4
-0.005
384.6
-0.015
67.9
0.005
883.1
-0.010
24.2
UNCH 4577.1
UNCH
95
-0.060
599.3
-0.010
669

-0.050
183

0.020
64.6
0.005
806.9
-0.010
406.1
UNCH
1.2
-0.010
78.2
-0.005
597.5
-0.005 1201.5
0.030 2674.8

UNCH
10

0.010
12.2
UNCH
177.4
0.005 5343.3
UNCH
264.7

-0.010
115
UNCH
66.5
UNCH 7507.7
0.005 1270.3
-0.010
584.5
UNCH
38
-0.020 2540.7

0.005 4959.2
-0.010
14
-0.010
14
-0.050
170.9
-0.020
293.2
-0.020
9.6
-0.150 6140.8
UNCH
7
0.020
52.4
UNCH 2124.5
-0.030 2229.6

-0.020
18
UNCH
114
-0.005
160
0.010
725.3
UNCH
9.4
-0.010 3276.4
0.010
11
-0.010
848.9
-0.015
41.5
UNCH 2064.8
-0.005
2026

-0.020
721

UNCH
137
UNCH
689.4
UNCH 2732.5
0.020
10.4
UNCH
2

-0.005
420
UNCH
260

UNCH
7.2
-0.020
218.1
0.010
536.5
0.005
552
-0.015
43

-0.030
29

0.005
163
UNCH
65.1
-0.010 14715.4

UNCH
65
-0.080
109.9

-0.010
7.4
UNCH
17

-0.070
17.7
UNCH
800
-0.005
255.5
UNCH
221.1
0.005
51.6
0.005
306.7
-0.005
977.4
-0.040 5135.2
-0.025
146.4
0.005
330
UNCH
10.7
-0.050 6141.9
0.010
10
-0.060
64
UNCH
39
-0.015
14.2
-0.010 1384.8

0.005
392.6
0.005
810
0.010
383.2
-0.010
14.5
-0.060
58
-0.015
1422
0.010
14.9
-0.010
933.7
-0.005
53.3
0.040
451.1
-0.020
15
UNCH
408.1
-0.020 5628.9
0.040
52.3
-0.010 1340.3
0.020
2.1
UNCH
956.8
0.020 1508.8
-0.110
146.2
-0.010
84.9
-0.040
37.4
-0.020 1587.5
0.005
12.3

0.015
303
UNCH
20.4
-0.010
168
-0.030
99
UNCH
303

-0.040
1.5

UNCH
287.4
-0.025
209.1
-0.010
1.5

0.168

0.477
0.869

0.812
0.345
1.677
0.223

3.518
0.784
0.742

1.584
0.496

1.012

1.597
0.322
0.250
0.273
3.369
0.034
2.030
0.846
1.680

1.465

0.919
0.054
3.772
0.300
1.480
0.767
0.710
1.452

0.850

2.100
0.360
0.274
0.377

0.489
1.128
1.366
0.607
0.885
1.030
0.861

0.899
0.869
1.100
2.284
0.639
2.307
1.593
1.400
1.549
0.045
0.657

0.335
0.225
0.115
0.842
0.435
4.296
3.051
1.185
0.888
0.275
0.192

0.904

0.030
3.300
0.058
0.781
2.080

0.075
0.150

1.050
2.310
1.276
0.177
0.819

2.939

0.076
1.514
0.417

0.382
6.298

4.885
0.385

8.070
0.605
0.564
0.476
0.120
0.019
0.053
0.360
0.421
0.067
3.432
0.678
0.583
0.434
1.017
0.757
0.392

0.906
0.085
0.637
3.072
1.828
0.504
0.080
0.327
0.575
1.270
0.945
0.075
6.667
1.843
0.719
6.032
0.105
22.195
4.296
1.878
1.562
4.268
0.495

0.991
0.305
0.565
1.177
0.090

0.740

0.471
0.766
3.920

17.02

16.20

59.12

137.3
13.20
6.56
9.05

9.35

17.89
28.68
12.02

8.29
1.07
12.67
12.28
13.56
5.05

7.22
33.11

21.11

8.84
6.30
32.05
7.28

14.78

25.93
12.76

13.91

7.09
4.25

8.24

7.67
12.59
19.43
5.94
12.43
10.88
5.08
933.3
10.51

16.67

28.57

28.04
20.79
6.35
11.72

12.84
15.96
29.09

32.45

20.23

12.93

28.19
12.10
22.30
28.13
8.76
19.41
10.93
11.14

32.81
12.23
24.05
19.15

22.97
33.77

34.68
9.62
9.26
11.94

10.78

10.52

12.29

11.96

9.54
8.59
4.08

10.65
11.16
17.30
4.07

9.91
9.68
11.55

20.30

8.28
11.21

27.97
6.85
19.10
14.35
18.10

11.28
7.74
67.78
8.74
21.20
23.08
14.12
18.00

15.08
11.06
21.57

1.72

6.17

1.81

6.31
5.56
2.85
2.64

1.47

2.50

1.19

2.96
4.46
1.80

5.41
2.70
1.88

1.19

2.72

5.44

7.06

2.64

3.57
1.48
5.12

1.77
1.10
0.57
2.27
6.61
1.65
6.49
9.62
10.71

3.33

4.17

1.86

2.33
5.08
1.09

3.33
1.66

0.91

1.68

2.00

2.83
1.73
0.78
2.22
1.21

0.68
3.33

2.65

2.40

1.92

2.05
2.08

3.22
3.28
7.14
3.13

4.36
0.98
1.71

2.91

2.04
5.08
3.47

1.65

3.48
3.91
2.65

2.55

4.23
6.30

2.70
4.67
1.28
2.58
2.12

3.57
0.85

5.26
3.95
1.28

MKT CAP
(MIL)
44.2
72.0
63.3
265.0
7.0
108.8
76.6
867.7
65.8
116.3
707.6
94.8
202.8
36.8
61.1
402.5
25.0
31.8
526.3
138.1
300.3
53.4
24.5
34.5
645.6
40.9
1,092.6
384.4
200.4
72.5
46.7
434.3
162.7
42.6
24.3
4,050.4
13.6
781.5
107.1
393.9
558.6
0.5
85.0
28.9
573.8
38.1
49.6
104.8
5.1
107.7
184.8
2,609.9
106.2
186.2
169.1
146.4
93.8
766.0
195.4
93.7
502.6
62.2
566.6
161.0
261.2
124.8
242.2
69.1
93.1
45.1
75.1
60.7
233.4
48.2
7,040.3
169.6
554.8
177.3
354.4
265.5
42.6
252.2
25.6
33.7
1,581.0
49.9
88.4
166.4
31.3
70.6
67.4
13.9
134.4
215.5
1,246.4
85.6
81.7
30.7
1,301.4
280.1
83.9
389.3
905.6
85.1
47.4
3,990.3
22.6
1,760.4
37.0
53.2
6,865.5
151.6
201.6
148.8
40.2
26.3
76.6
251.3
53.1
121.2
143.0
161.4
32.0
17.7
94.8
34.0
88.4
34.3
47.4
207.6
190.1
62.6
139.5
308.0
555.2
141.8
4.4
105.6
111.7
203.7
71.1
71.0
53,280.0
349.7
92.1
598.8
58.8
43,927.8
1,155.6
718.2
124.0
5,564.3
65.7
48.0
109.9
102.8
102.5
173.2
58.9
77.1
31.1
502.9
65.2
174.3
536.8

26 Markets

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

WE

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

7.980 4.219
1.205 0.753
1.800 1.088
3.629 2.860
0.990 0.660
6.737 6.100
0.475 0.280
0.320 0.180
1.350 0.526
0.350 0.200
0.770 0.280
6.350 2.600
0.673 0.353
0.710 0.480
1.480 1.120
3.100 1.211
0.818 0.587
1.170 0.690
0.425 0.200
2.240 1.420
2.504 1.276
2.309 1.173
3.501 1.879
4.730 2.571
0.545 0.226
0.830 0.310
15.100 13.114
14.940 14.940
0.190 0.080
0.455 0.215
2.210 0.700
1.720 0.750
0.495 0.220
4.570 1.644
2.553 1.270
0.800 0.600
2.322 1.239
2.066 1.581
6.940 4.260
0.695 0.510
0.270 0.140
1.660 1.191
6.860 3.421
1.460 0.681
1.700 0.610
1.633 1.130
1.253 0.635
0.400 0.275
2.150 1.377
2.823 1.801
0.710 0.490
0.600 0.405
2.345 2.007
1.506 0.869
1.391 0.830
1.080 0.790
0.350 0.160
0.800 0.455
CONSTRUCTION
0.560 0.260
0.155 0.100
0.752 0.490
0.738 0.511
0.650 0.425
0.490 0.330
1.044 0.825
1.054 0.805
1.818 1.513
1.610 0.737
1.740 0.835
0.625 0.330
2.800 1.100
4.939 3.620
1.200 0.780
1.140 0.750
1.240 1.240
1.290 1.290
2.115 1.582
3.566 2.786
0.804 0.533
0.672 0.480
1.280 0.715
0.380 0.195
2.487 1.150
1.050 0.740
1.898 1.017
1.540 1.090
0.985 0.660
0.450 0.245
1.470 0.983
0.665 0.325
0.350 0.190
1.520 0.850
2.465 1.464
0.569 0.330
1.422 1.150
1.783 1.324
0.165 0.110
3.780 2.839
0.912 0.450
1.720 0.954
0.475 0.300
0.513 0.259
2.400 0.845
0.728 0.438
1.737 1.069
0.865 0.550
0.300 0.145
TRADING SERVICES
0.495 0.150
0.507 0.240
3.000 2.434
0.245 0.135
3.300 0.751
6.871 4.160
0.545 0.290
0.190 0.075
9.880 8.700
2.780 1.518
0.345 0.040
1.145 0.641
0.150 0.105
3.010 2.351
5.200 4.056
0.910 0.280
6.392 5.071
0.350 0.207
1.060 0.640
0.570 0.335
0.375 0.185
7.067 6.238
1.690 1.065
2.440 1.664
0.440 0.335
2.599 1.230
0.855 0.610
0.480 0.350
3.380 2.779
0.215 0.119
1.170 0.555
2.778 1.822
0.880 0.355
2.140 1.039
3.872 2.355
0.930 0.697
0.508 0.332
0.600 0.385
0.105 0.060
0.910 0.650
0.055 0.035
2.190 1.356
1.130 0.790
0.120 0.065
1.950 0.985
1.353 0.870
0.835 0.525
1.668 1.413
4.740 3.438
1.684 0.998
0.380 0.230
1.356 0.732
0.365 0.210
0.295 0.195
3.980 2.718
0.366 0.178

6.930
0.950
1.300
2.930
0.710
6.250
0.315
0.190
0.880

3.100
0.490

1.190
2.320
0.600
0.965

2.030
2.190
3.640
0.475
0.360

0.360
1.140

4.400
1.730

1.700
2.000
4.350
0.570
0.200
1.650
4.390
1.440
1.090
1.450
0.850
0.365
1.580
2.080
0.695
0.540
2.090
1.100
1.080
0.820
0.340
0.480

6.800
0.950
1.290
2.870
0.705
6.130
0.295
0.185
0.870

3.080
0.475

1.170
2.200
0.600
0.920

2.020
2.130
3.580
0.465
0.350

0.360
1.130

4.350
1.710

1.680
2.000
4.310
0.570
0.180
1.620
4.190
1.420
1.010
1.420
0.850
0.365
1.560
2.050
0.650
0.520
2.090
1.070
1.070
0.815
0.330
0.475

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

0.140
0.655
0.670
0.430
0.390
0.875
0.910

1.490
1.700
0.540
2.690
4.880
1.050
0.855

1.780
3.420
0.715

1.060
0.220
2.280
0.920
1.870

0.760

1.420
0.630
0.270
1.160
2.230
0.400
1.230
1.570
0.125
3.600
0.465
1.630
0.345
0.455
1.760
0.460
1.620
0.595
0.205

0.140
0.645
0.650
0.425
0.385
0.860
0.885

1.430
1.670
0.535
2.630
4.840
1.010
0.845

1.750
3.350
0.710

1.010
0.220
2.250
0.910
1.850

0.750

1.380
0.620
0.260
1.130
2.180
0.390
1.230
1.550
0.125
3.600
0.455
1.610
0.335
0.440
1.730
0.455
1.590
0.595
0.195

0.480
0.260
2.930
0.220
3.230
6.310
0.295
0.190
8.800
2.320
0.055
0.780
0.120
2.980

0.865
5.780
0.310
0.690
0.420
0.210

1.670
2.250
0.345
1.500
0.650
0.390
3.350
0.185
0.900
2.250

3.200
0.900
0.470
0.410
0.080
0.750
0.045
2.170
1.100
0.080
1.060
1.110
0.800
1.540
4.600
1.450
0.235
0.810
0.270
0.235
3.500
0.255

0.450
0.245
2.910
0.210
3.160
6.210
0.290
0.180
8.700
2.300
0.055
0.760
0.115
2.910

0.850
5.610
0.285
0.680
0.410
0.200

1.660
2.230
0.335
1.460
0.630
0.380
3.300
0.180
0.880
2.220

3.180
0.880
0.460
0.400
0.075
0.750
0.040
2.100
1.080
0.075
1.020
1.100
0.780
1.520
4.480
1.420
0.230
0.800
0.270
0.225
3.490
0.250

* Volume Weighted Average Price

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

YEAR
HIGH

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

6.800
0.950
1.290
2.890
0.705
6.220
0.315
0.185
0.880
0.220
0.315
3.090
0.490
0.610
1.170
2.320
0.600
0.950
0.300
1.520
2.090
2.020
2.160
3.630
0.470
0.355
14.900
14.940
0.110
0.360
1.130
1.200
0.340
4.360
1.710
0.680
1.690
2.000
4.310
0.570
0.180
1.650
4.300
1.440
1.070
1.430
0.850
0.365
1.560
2.080
0.655
0.540
2.090
1.070
1.070
0.820
0.340
0.480

-0.110
0.010
-0.010
UNCH
-0.010
0.050
0.020
-0.005
UNCH

UNCH
0.010

-0.010
0.110
-0.050
-0.090

-0.010
-0.030
0.010
-0.010
-0.010

-0.010
-0.010

UNCH
-0.020

-0.020
0.020
-0.060
UNCH
UNCH
0.030
0.010
-0.010
0.040
-0.020
UNCH
UNCH
-0.020
0.020
-0.045
-0.025
0.020
-0.030
-0.020
-0.015
0.005
0.015

87
2.4
160.7
328.7
2.8
99.1
47.1
52
143

42.5
101

1822.8
433.3
0.1
2116.4

50.7
2077.3
341
1109.8
112.5

8
23

219.6
58.7

92.9
7
1979
0.1
341.6
764.6
470.9
60
449
2239.1
821.5
5
35
56.7
1773.7
45.1
2
975.3
34.1
75.8
787.7
30.1

6.848
0.950
1.295
2.905
0.708
6.184
0.295
0.188
0.872

3.094
0.480

1.178
2.265
0.600
0.947

2.027
2.153
3.615
0.470
0.356

0.360
1.134

4.361
1.715

1.694
2.000
4.329
0.570
0.190
1.642
4.244
1.435
1.076
1.431
0.850
0.365
1.570
2.057
0.665
0.526
2.090
1.081
1.077
0.820
0.335
0.477

10.09
10.39
10.45
17.84

11.96

51.46

2.53
10.63

15.70
20.83

8.96
9.63
12.07
9.29
3.47

23.46

6.67

9.77
5.18
27.42
10.83
40.82
13.50
41.30
21.43
13.23
20.34
12.74

27.08

7.61
18.71

21.86
21.50
8.46
17.09
15.71

2.20
6.32
4.65
3.57

2.01

3.41

6.35

2.45

2.99
1.29
4.17

3.83
2.72
1.85
3.44

6.71
7.36

2.06
9.18

4.98
5.00
2.78
1.75

6.39
2.79
2.08

3.85
3.53

1.92
4.42

4.78
2.33
1.56
2.44

856.0
69.1
409.0
381.5
51.9
2,861.2
27.6
63.3
207.0
110.0
25.2
927.0
91.9
24.4
1,370.5
573.8
26.9
398.4
27.0
317.7
250.8
161.6
1,469.1
1,614.8
230.2
63.9
1,842.0
5.0
17.1
23.1
45.3
48.5
52.0
459.0
247.5
60.6
277.5
254.9
5,407.9
61.0
41.2
732.1
624.4
115.2
125.6
1,681.7
658.7
30.8
208.0
689.9
60.1
21.6
501.6
515.0
359.4
131.2
118.4
49.4

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

0.395
0.140
0.645
0.660
0.425
0.385
0.870
0.900
1.650
1.480
1.690
0.535
2.640
4.870
1.030
0.850
1.240
1.290
1.750
3.400
0.710
0.550
1.040
0.220
2.280
0.920
1.850
1.540
0.750
0.290
1.390
0.620
0.270
1.140
2.230
0.395
1.230
1.550
0.125
3.600
0.460
1.630
0.335
0.445
1.760
0.460
1.590
0.595
0.200

UNCH
-0.020
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
UNCH

0.020
UNCH
UNCH
-0.010
-0.020
-0.030
-0.010

UNCH
0.010
-0.005

0.030
-0.005
0.010
UNCH
-0.010

-0.010

-0.020
-0.010
0.010
UNCH
0.030
UNCH
0.070
-0.010
0.005
UNCH
-0.005
0.020
-0.010
-0.010
UNCH
-0.005
-0.030
UNCH
-0.005

412
395.3
171
1241.4
276.7
90
80.1

3007.4
718.5
318.7
1913.1
3155.6
1245.2
217

255.9
3472.6
2512

1746.6
30
1467.5
234.1
395.7

1288.8
42
61.1
130.9
319
617.8
5
311.6
40
21.5
208.5
570.2
935.3
355.5
123.6
20.1
1023.6
32
3064.9

74.53
0.140 466.67
0.649 13.14
0.661
7.64
0.426 22.97
0.389 25.84
0.874 17.23
0.891 17.96

7.41
1.452 12.29
1.687 50.00
0.538 21.15
2.656
6.29
4.872 18.69
1.031

0.850
4.26

1.757 14.16
3.399 15.26
0.715 13.52

1.038 12.21
0.220 733.33
2.263
6.87
0.915 34.20
1.860
9.65

0.752
4.64
17.37
1.401
9.17
0.627
5.11
0.264

1.133 25.68
2.181 12.29
0.393 17.40
1.230 48.81
1.557
8.18
0.125 11.79
3.600 24.16
0.457

1.621 17.30
0.337
9.18
0.447
1.42
1.749
4.82
0.455 16.25
1.601 10.03
0.595

0.199

3.10
6.06
0.71
5.19
3.45
4.44
1.82
2.36
1.18
2.34
1.89
2.46

2.02
1.16
15.09
2.06
1.41

1.75

3.14

2.33

3.60

2.24
2.53
4.07
5.81

5.28
1.09
2.45

1.46

1.93
1.89

19.2
40.9
311.9
200.5
345.0
93.5
300.6
159.2
153.0
791.8
1,445.7
194.1
682.8
11,783.1
402.6
297.4
8.5
23.3
1,019.7
12,244.8
369.2
94.0
455.9
41.4
1,155.9
922.5
574.0
210.2
90.0
19.4
930.5
55.6
62.5
629.8
1,075.1
258.3
112.3
526.8
39.6
588.7
356.0
2,107.4
107.3
213.8
119.1
80.2
2,000.1
70.9
169.0

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
1368
0064

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
EDGENTA
EFFICEN

0.460
0.250
2.930
0.215
3.220
6.270
0.290
0.190
8.700
2.320
0.055
0.765
0.115
2.910
5.080
0.855
5.660
0.290
0.680
0.410
0.200
6.600
1.670
2.240
0.340
1.460
0.650
0.390
3.320
0.185
0.880
2.230
0.395
1.600
3.180
0.890
0.470
0.410
0.080
0.750
0.045
2.100
1.100
0.075
1.030
1.110
0.790
1.530
4.600
1.420
0.230
0.810
0.270
0.235
3.500
0.255

-0.010
0.005
-0.010
0.005
0.030
-0.060
-0.005
0.015
-0.100
0.020
UNCH
-0.015
UNCH
-0.060

0.005
-0.120
-0.010
UNCH
-0.010
-0.010

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

-0.020
-0.010
0.040
-0.015
UNCH
UNCH
0.005
-0.060
UNCH
UNCH
0.010
0.020
-0.010
-0.010
0.100
-0.020
UNCH
0.005
-0.010
UNCH
-0.080
UNCH

127056
1026.2
1046.8
928.4
14431.3
3032.6
1098.6
19984.2
26.1
5
7304.3
16661.8
1043.5
378.2

4637.7
12911.4
263
343
190
171.3

449.9
1899.5
12711.5
2229.2
49.4
5
663.8
36161.8
111
353.3

80.2
531.3
107.8
5.1
26.3
217.8
676.8
192.2
2380.2
2006
984.6
122.1
8480.7
945.6
16.3
1680
77
2410.1
71
328
401.8
213.5

0.467

0.255

2.930 36.49
0.215 18.86
3.198
7.08
6.299

0.292 11.89
0.188

8.759 34.80
2.304
9.84
0.055

0.767

0.120

2.922 23.45
28.11
0.859 15.89
5.675 21.03
0.299 13.36
0.684 111.48
0.416

0.204

22.96
1.670

2.241 12.91
0.340

1.475 25.75
0.647

0.388

3.325 14.52
0.180 16.97
0.889

2.236

48.48
3.198
6.06
0.886 11.42
0.465 33.57
0.400

0.075

0.750
5.61
0.043 34.62
2.122 10.61
1.092

0.075

1.036
8.11
1.105 13.31
0.790 20.90
1.528 26.84
4.556 20.21
1.432 30.34
0.231

0.802
7.16
0.270

0.229

3.500 16.32
0.251
3.94

40.00
1.37

1.24
1.36

3.45
1.29

1.07
2.17
4.53
5.29

3.53
3.45
2.94

3.33

4.20
2.94
3.77

4.97

6.09

1.25
1.57
4.49
1.60
1.39
3.75
4.00

2.38

3.40
4.28

1.44
2.07
2.11

2.78

4.29

1,908.1
102.5
4,113.7
34.4
8,961.2
10,403.1
268.1
45.5
1,430.2
139.3
26.3
4,487.7
76.4
15,146.6
1,288.5
224.2
50,520.5
110.3
561.0
171.8
42.9
3,036.0
517.8
2,570.3
1,674.0
552.3
3,250.2
91.7
4,485.4
560.3
207.9
4,520.2
92.4
348.3
320.4
340.5
60.0
69.2
57.6
91.8
96.0
531.2
163.9
139.0
903.4
444.0
789.5
8,079.9
725.2
1,917.0
56.5
408.2
16.2
73.2
2,910.7
180.8

0.953
1.567
1.380
0.802
0.552
1.484
0.270
0.260
2.740
1.800
4.587
9.850
2.720
0.480
3.210
0.070
0.410
7.850
1.412
3.235
0.015
0.455
6.759
0.890
1.250
1.969
0.285
0.435
0.395
1.990
0.353
1.670
4.370
1.394
0.650
0.275
0.460
0.350
0.735
1.881
2.620
1.800
0.165
6.774
1.000
2.940
1.450
1.520
0.775
0.950
2.243
1.340
9.050
2.420
0.524
0.090
0.205
0.333
2.380
0.930
0.115
0.937
0.860
2.070
0.145
2.750
0.485
0.661
1.181
1.384
0.135
1.381
1.570
0.390
0.220
1.762
25.957
0.250
6.676
0.250
0.390
3.950
3.259
2.980
1.150
0.200
0.450
0.683
0.899
0.650
0.145
2.429
0.220
0.310
1.310
1.376
1.700
8.808
0.930
2.290
1.530
2.700
3.000
0.175
2.608
0.420
1.616
2.063
14.840
1.850
0.440
0.260
6.961
0.975
1.740
0.550
2.858
1.091
2.989
1.440
1.333
0.700
2.360
0.815
2.938
0.545
4.590
1.300
0.065
3.080
1.170
1.720
FINANCE
15.180
2.414
4.296
10.903
10.614
4.997
1.873
4.180
9.430
4.964
0.500
1.298
13.760
10.100
16.300
2.660
0.868
0.940
0.165
0.690
16.200
1.000
2.980
8.886
1.355
3.570
1.650
1.422
19.900
1.210
6.280
0.675

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

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

0.790 0.850
0.850
1.047 1.360
1.280
0.970 1.340
1.320
0.481 0.585
0.575
0.400 0.425
0.425
1.140 1.190
1.190
0.125 0.150
0.150
0.110 0.200
0.175
1.929 2.720
2.670
0.815 1.550
1.520
3.718 4.370
4.280
6.477 8.140
8.050
1.013 2.530
2.430
0.380 0.405
0.400
1.773 3.150
3.140
0.060

0.240 0.265
0.260
4.935 7.760
7.720
0.880 1.040
1.010
2.665 3.160
3.150
0.005 0.010
0.005
0.250 0.330
0.320
5.295 6.690
6.630
0.683 0.885
0.850
0.890 0.920
0.900
1.462 1.580
1.570
0.205 0.240
0.230
0.315

0.200

1.638 1.960
1.940
0.226 0.320
0.315
1.250 1.350
1.280
3.885 4.350
4.310
0.923 1.080
1.070
0.355 0.530
0.525
0.135 0.160
0.150
0.232 0.440
0.430
0.215 0.310
0.295
0.495 0.550
0.495
1.107 1.710
1.690
2.190 2.370
2.340
1.151 1.670
1.630
0.127 0.160
0.150
5.312 6.320
6.230
0.510 0.770
0.750
1.914 2.500
2.440
0.710

0.962 1.450
1.420
0.468 0.750
0.740
0.570

1.608 2.140
2.050
0.875 1.020
1.010
6.789 7.570
7.460
1.462 2.370
2.280
0.320 0.340
0.335
0.060 0.080
0.075
0.150 0.160
0.155
0.220 0.230
0.225
1.241 2.070
2.020
0.560

0.065 0.085
0.085
0.651 0.710
0.710
0.583 0.810
0.800
1.207 1.900
1.750
0.085 0.090
0.090
1.646 1.910
1.840
0.378 0.465
0.455
0.433 0.550
0.550
0.738 0.785
0.770
0.879 1.070
1.060
0.055 0.090
0.085
0.825 1.120
1.110
1.460

0.205 0.215
0.205
0.135 0.160
0.160
1.267 1.520
1.450
19.641 23.440 23.300
0.030

5.461 5.600
5.600
0.135 0.150
0.145
0.205 0.225
0.225
2.040 3.380
3.260
1.559 2.150
2.080
2.150

0.790 0.955
0.950
0.100 0.185
0.180
0.340 0.360
0.360
0.528 0.630
0.615
0.598 0.855
0.825
0.400

0.090 0.120
0.120
1.548 2.090
2.030
0.135 0.150
0.145
0.190 0.195
0.195
0.968

1.150 1.170
1.160
1.293 1.510
1.490
6.485 8.160
7.700
0.700

1.290 1.590
1.540
1.270 1.360
1.330
2.206 2.630
2.610
2.280

0.095 0.100
0.095
1.820 2.010
1.970
0.300

1.159 1.460
1.410
1.400 1.510
1.500
10.050 14.820 14.760
1.229 1.650
1.600
0.275 0.315
0.310
0.060 0.195
0.180
5.792 6.820
6.780
0.460 0.950
0.930
0.882 1.690
1.650
0.330

2.540

0.810 0.820
0.820
2.314

0.860 0.945
0.920
1.080 1.110
1.090
0.455 0.500
0.480
1.560 1.800
1.800
0.375 0.630
0.630
2.080 2.100
2.100
0.410 0.420
0.420
3.501 4.350
4.300
0.916 1.050
1.030
0.025 0.045
0.045
2.295 3.040
3.030
0.435 1.110
1.090
1.378 1.710
1.680
10.535
2.074
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
16.523
0.690
4.560
0.490

15.180
2.170
4.020
10.380

4.480
1.680
4.010
8.890
4.710
0.385
1.220
13.180

16.120
2.620
0.660

0.135
0.490
15.960
0.890

8.000
0.865
2.990
1.400
1.300
19.820
1.080
5.000
0.505

14.900
2.150
3.970
10.280

4.400
1.640
3.980
8.860
4.650
0.380
1.210
13.060

15.940
2.620
0.650

0.130
0.475
15.920
0.875

7.980
0.840
2.950
1.380
1.290
19.600
1.040
4.980
0.500

CODE

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
9296
1066
4898

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

4.12
3.08
0.56
4.27
1.41
4.20

3.22
0.65
1.66
0.43
1.99
1.48
4.76

3.23
2.45
4.76

0.45
2.94
3.33
2.23

4.59
1.59
1.56
1.64
3.70

1.16

4.14
5.53
3.29
4.52
3.17
1.32
2.87

4.83
6.05

3.70

4.32
1.60
1.79

0.59

1.41
0.75
3.23

4.30
3.80

3.54

1.79
1.30

1.18
2.57

4.46
4.07

3.57
1.79

2.70

3.25
3.57

3.94

4.25
11.11
1.53
3.21
1.08
0.85
1.95
6.87
2.55

3.52

5.48
3.00
1.96
9.38

3.14
0.15
3.01

1.44
6.10
2.28
1.07
3.21

2.10

3.10

3.03
1.43

0.66

5.62

197.9
169.0
404.4
310.0
204.2
212.0
158.0
25.5
3,492.5
2,116.4
25,414.8
30,225.2
754.0
95.6
636.9
5.2
41.6
19,245.2
408.4
215.7
61.5
376.7
54,987.2
151.3
65.2
219.8
36.4
72.3
36.5
544.3
70.0
127.5
4,570.5
538.9
78.3
64.4
239.3
54.5
121.6
463.5
3,378.7
8,350.0
163.4
47,314.7
755.0
953.3
105.6
1,608.3
1,257.0
28.4
827.9
1,632.0
33,612.4
7,216.8
54.5
60.7
469.2
770.1
4,856.5
36.7
73.4
73.0
701.5
861.6
92.1
442.3
130.2
339.1
853.2
351.1
78.2
360.4
1,198.8
252.1
31.3
1,104.6
23,187.2
2.8
1,452.5
98.7
11.3
1,761.4
1,016.4
230.0
843.9
244.1
309.1
416.8
114.2
79.9
27.2
721.6
278.0
456.6
55.4
875.3
1,850.1
49,351.2
37.7
9,467.6
220.8
1,935.0
143.4
386.6
573.5
384.0
1,765.9
300.0
83,638.3
198.6
120.2
213.0
25,591.5
1,620.2
698.4
17.6
178.1
88.6
107.0
2,021.5
140.1
55.4
523.7
83.2
141.1
18.8
14,731.2
189.0
27.4
3,322.1
174.8
18,241.8

3.96
3.70
3.63
0.63
0.76
3.48
2.98
3.04
3.95
2.99

5.58
3.05
0.84
2.36
3.82
1.52
8.51

2.08
4.71
6.82
3.05
6.75
3.43

8.06
2.93
3.33
2.40
1.10

2,160.0
4,196.8
6,192.4
1,774.8
904.8
13,443.3
358.8
6,370.6
4,756.7
40,938.4
108.9
279.7
28,527.2
2,493.7
18,498.0
668.5
457.6
124.6
81.0
351.2
5,285.2
257.6
597.0
80,070.6
4,900.0
634.9
986.7
317.3
76,866.3
361.2
20,050.2
856.0

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

0.850
1.300
1.330
0.585
0.425
1.190
0.150
0.200
2.720
1.530
4.280
8.060
2.510
0.405
3.150
0.065
0.260
7.730
1.020
3.150
0.005
0.320
6.680
0.850
0.900
1.570
0.240
0.365
0.290
1.960
0.315
1.280
4.310
1.080
0.530
0.160
0.430
0.300
0.525
1.690
2.350
1.670
0.155
6.300
0.755
2.440
1.150
1.450
0.745
0.675
2.060
1.020
7.530
2.370
0.335
0.080
0.160
0.225
2.020
0.610
0.085
0.710
0.805
1.860
0.090
1.890
0.465
0.550
0.780
1.060
0.090
1.120
1.540
0.205
0.160
1.480
23.340
0.055
5.600
0.150
0.225
3.280
2.100
2.300
0.950
0.185
0.360
0.615
0.840
0.430
0.120
2.030
0.145
0.195
1.060
1.170
1.500
7.800
0.930
1.580
1.330
2.620
2.350
0.100
1.990
0.320
1.460
1.500
14.820
1.600
0.315
0.190
6.810
0.935
1.660
0.430
2.600
0.820
2.630
0.935
1.090
0.500
1.800
0.630
2.100
0.420
4.320
1.050
0.045
3.040
1.090
1.690

0.005
100
0.180 1069.6
-0.030
556.2
UNCH
221.9
0.005
37
UNCH
7.7
-0.005
789.7
UNCH
35
0.020 1503.2
UNCH
188.7
-0.090 2256.6
-0.090 1718.4
0.080 2432.2
0.005
101.5
0.010
111

UNCH
62.3
-0.050 1369.8
0.010
359.1
UNCH
2
UNCH 2512.3
-0.005 1458.6
UNCH 5349.3
-0.020
74
-0.070
11
-0.010
48.7
-0.005
43

-0.010
178.2
-0.015
63.9
-0.030
10
-0.040
264.8
0.010
124.2
-0.005
98.2
UNCH
1060
-0.015 1365.8
0.010
246
-0.035
598.4
-0.010
117.5
-0.050 1522.7
0.040 6528.8
-0.005
665.6
0.030 2914.6
-0.005
454.2
-0.040
479.4

0.010
228
-0.005
66

-0.090 1289.4
-0.010 1223.8
0.010
935.6
0.090 1427.4
UNCH
67
UNCH
10638
UNCH
153
UNCH 1059.7
-0.020 4682.5

UNCH 2403.3
UNCH
20
UNCH
756.2
0.100 1536.7
UNCH
10.5
-0.020
924.9
0.005
95.6
UNCH
314
UNCH
656.5
-0.010
20
UNCH 4056.2
0.020
71.5

-0.015 5231.1
-0.005
75.1
0.030 2903.1
-0.060
302.6

UNCH
1
UNCH
102
UNCH
5
-0.040 1551.5
UNCH
111.8

-0.005
168.6
0.005
10144
UNCH
15
UNCH
292.9
0.020
373.7

UNCH
266
UNCH
538.5
UNCH
607.9
-0.005
514.6

UNCH
365
UNCH 1058.3
-0.340 13890.3

-0.020 15097.6
-0.010
26.2
0.030
863.6

UNCH
962
0.010
354.1

0.040 1263.5
-0.010
6.1
0.020 7407.9
UNCH
40.1
0.005
303.3
UNCH 12621.5
UNCH 8735.1
-0.005
569.3
-0.010
814.8

-0.010
10

-0.025 4177.8
0.010
14
0.025
6.2
-0.010
77.8
-0.020
50
-0.090
0.9
UNCH
1
-0.030 1040.3
UNCH
201
UNCH
699.8
0.010
467.4
UNCH 1139.1
-0.010
4215

0.850
9.76
1.307 10.40
1.326
9.55
0.577
5.37
0.425 22.61
1.190
9.89
0.150

0.191

2.704 30.56
1.522 61.69
4.315 22.91
8.102 33.33
2.507 13.69
0.402

3.143 16.88

0.261
7.28
7.729 17.76
1.024
7.37
3.155 14.44
0.005

0.321

6.672 55.02
0.862

0.908

1.571
8.32
0.233

1.947
9.54
0.316

1.319

4.347 32.83
1.078
3.98
0.526
4.39
0.155 400.00
0.436 64.18
0.300 27.52
0.517

1.698
9.26
2.353 19.98
1.656
3.41
0.155
8.86
6.299 24.97
0.756

2.478 14.17

1.440 13.29
0.744
3.27
20.15
2.081
6.35
1.013

7.531 10.66
2.299 28.49
0.339
6.04
0.080 10.96
0.160

0.225
3.85
2.042 42.00

0.085 44.74
0.710 13.79
0.805 14.30
1.836 15.83
0.090
4.50
1.869 23.83
0.459 13.72
0.550
9.17
0.778

1.063
8.37
0.088

1.119
9.48

0.210

0.160

1.486 14.08
23.368 32.57

1.20
5.600 20.90
0.145

0.225

3.305 27.94
2.101 62.50

3.67
0.953 13.51
0.182 10.57
0.360

0.624

0.839 27.63
113.16
0.120

2.055 17.41
0.147 96.67
0.195

4.91
1.168 43.01
1.500 32.89
7.841 21.58
33.57
1.571

1.330 38.11
2.619 15.89
17.34
0.099 17.24
1.991
4.38
266.6
1.426 20.68
1.510
9.83
14.801 13.01
1.613

0.313

0.187

6.802 28.59
0.937 92.57
1.666
7.72
82.69
28.29
0.820 15.71

6.35
0.931

1.099 14.36
0.484

1.800 28.57
0.630

2.100

0.420 17.43
4.318 24.81
1.037 12.04
0.045

3.038 13.49
1.098 227.08
1.693 19.23

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
RCECAP
RHBBANK
TA

15.000
2.160
4.000
10.280
10.200
4.460
1.680
4.010
8.870
4.690
0.380
1.210
13.160
10.100
16.120
2.620
0.660
0.940
0.130
0.480
15.920
0.880
2.950
8.000
0.845
2.980
1.380
1.290
19.800
1.050
5.000
0.500

-0.140
74.2
0.010
533.1
-0.040
1061
0.020
55.5

0.040 2833.6
UNCH
11
UNCH
172.6
0.010
301.4
-0.010 7319.5
-0.005
20
UNCH
90.1
UNCH
149.9

UNCH
75.2
UNCH
41.1
UNCH
173.5

UNCH
462
-0.010
505.5
-0.040
23.2
UNCH
367.9

0.010 3555.4
-0.005 11079.9
0.050
98.3
-0.030
85.2
UNCH
22
UNCH 5465.2
-0.040 2846.8
UNCH 2216.2
-0.005
494.8

15.073
2.160
3.992
10.304

4.457
1.644
4.006
8.863
4.678
0.382
1.210
13.159

16.039
2.620
0.655

0.130
0.482
15.927
0.880

7.992
0.850
2.963
1.387
1.292
19.761
1.057
5.000
0.500

74.63
9.27
11.46
5.53

10.43
20.36
11.37
23.61
12.92
9.74
9.37
12.27
30.31
12.47
18.28
5.95

26.82
11.59
10.95
19.07
11.69
16.80

17.60
10.90
14.77
7.11
8.61

4
1
PROP
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
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
6
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
0
MINI
1
PLAN
0
18
9
1
0
8
0
7
2
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
8
0
10
1
0
0
* Volu

Markets 2 7

WE D N E SDAY AU G U S T 24 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET . ACE MARKET

AP
IL)
7.9
9.0
4.4
0.0
4.2
2.0
8.0
5.5
2.5
6.4
4.8
5.2
4.0
5.6
6.9
5.2
1.6
5.2
8.4
5.7
1.5
6.7
7.2
1.3
5.2
9.8
6.4
2.3
6.5
4.3
0.0
7.5
0.5
8.9
8.3
4.4
9.3
4.5
1.6
3.5
8.7
0.0
3.4
4.7
5.0
3.3
5.6
8.3
7.0
8.4
7.9
2.0
2.4
6.8
4.5
0.7
9.2
0.1
6.5
6.7
3.4
3.0
1.5
1.6
2.1
2.3
0.2
9.1
3.2
1.1
8.2
0.4
8.8
2.1
1.3
4.6
7.2
2.8
2.5
8.7
1.3
1.4
6.4
0.0
3.9
4.1
9.1
6.8
4.2
9.9
7.2
1.6
8.0
6.6
5.4
5.3
0.1
1.2
7.7
7.6
0.8
5.0
3.4
6.6
3.5
4.0
5.9
0.0
8.3
8.6
0.2
3.0
1.5
0.2
8.4
7.6
8.1
8.6
7.0
1.5
0.1
5.4
3.7
3.2
1.1
8.8
1.2
9.0
7.4
2.1
4.8
1.8
0.0
6.8
2.4
4.8
4.8
3.3
8.8
0.6
6.7
8.4
8.9
9.7
7.2
3.7
8.0
8.5
7.6
4.6
1.0
1.2
5.2
7.6
7.0
0.6
0.0
4.9
6.7
7.3
6.3
1.2
0.2
6.0

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

4.440 3.654
1.720 1.063
PROPERTIES
0.990 0.693
1.200 0.760
0.495 0.354
0.235 0.155
0.630 0.415
0.615 0.440
0.909 0.735
1.250 0.900
2.058 1.412
1.672 1.245
2.360 1.939
1.080 0.430
1.860 1.380
0.335 0.210
1.670 1.170
0.900 0.590
2.286 1.681
0.920 0.655
0.563 0.428
0.898 0.697
0.460 0.332
0.665 0.400
1.459 1.005
0.600 0.400
1.888 1.556
0.620 0.442
1.313 0.940
2.710 2.213
2.520 1.735
0.500 0.315
1.140 0.745
0.245 0.180
0.070 0.040
1.056 0.824
1.720 1.080
0.460 0.330
1.548 1.219
1.640 1.151
0.290 0.220
1.116 0.805
1.660 1.240
0.799 0.570
2.580 1.958
1.380 1.061
0.615 0.495
1.070 0.555
0.356 0.251
2.980 1.842
0.457 0.286
0.255 0.140
1.482 0.775
1.300 0.660
0.390 0.265
2.740 1.760
3.216 2.446
1.688 1.473
1.719 1.290
0.585 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
3.150 2.677
0.185 0.130
0.976 0.726
5.482 4.111
3.300 2.626
0.945 0.810
3.240 2.836
0.845 0.670
0.295 0.225
6.985 5.903
0.070 0.045
1.580 1.088
0.180 0.065
0.580 0.195
0.090 0.045
1.800 1.350
1.149 0.774
1.344 0.740
2.490 1.569
1.338 1.030
1.440 0.880
1.974 1.412
0.750 0.580
MINING
1.330 1.140
PLANTATIONS
0.367 0.230
18.197 16.414
9.478 7.782
1.570 1.086
0.813 0.620
8.330 7.336
0.550 0.380
7.880 6.777
2.390 1.151
11.516 8.462
0.687 0.514
1.580 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
3.535 2.107
0.645 0.345
1.580 1.160
1.750 1.500
0.979 0.770
2.788 1.922
4.466 3.720
0.350 0.190
1.220 0.800
0.675 0.470
4.080 3.442
3.300 2.653
0.825 0.450
4.967 3.490
2.062 1.654
0.793 0.499
1.480 1.060
1.750 1.170
2.177 1.712
6.124 5.207
27.900 23.977
HOTELS
0.675 0.497
1.160 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 0.200
6.696 2.750
0.690 0.510
3.912 2.259
0.170 0.100
0.851 0.542
8.200 3.355
0.250 0.065
10.480 5.934
1.400 0.845
0.480 0.365
0.595 0.410

4.310
1.660

4.250
1.530

6139
5230

0.920
1.020
0.450
0.170

0.550

1.150
1.520
1.360
2.150
0.730
1.680
0.265
1.340
0.700

0.870
0.505
0.800
0.390
0.425
1.230

1.840
0.610

2.680
2.510
0.410
0.955
0.220
0.055

1.140
0.440

1.610
0.255
1.040
1.640
0.625
2.510
1.170
0.500
0.850
0.305
2.970
0.320
0.160
1.340
0.700
0.275
1.810
2.940
1.570
1.450
0.585
1.310
1.700
0.260
1.050
0.695
0.910
0.425
3.150
0.145
0.800

3.250
0.820
3.020
0.700
0.245
6.210
0.045
1.500
0.070
0.220
0.050
1.570
1.040
1.140
2.400
1.100
0.940
1.910
0.590

0.905
1.000
0.450
0.165

0.540

1.150
1.520
1.360
2.150
0.700
1.670
0.265
1.320
0.700

0.780
0.505
0.800
0.390
0.415
1.210

1.820
0.590

2.640
2.430
0.405
0.950
0.215
0.055

1.130
0.430

1.600
0.245
1.000
1.620
0.605
2.490
1.130
0.500
0.835
0.305
2.890
0.320
0.160
1.280
0.680
0.270
1.810
2.890
1.560
1.430
0.530
1.310
1.700
0.260
1.040
0.685
0.910
0.425
3.150
0.145
0.780

3.240
0.820
2.970
0.700
0.245
6.190
0.045
1.490
0.070
0.215
0.045
1.570
1.020
1.070
2.370
1.090
0.940
1.890
0.590

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

2186

KUCHAI

18.080

1.570
0.730

0.450
7.880
2.350
10.640
0.545
1.480
0.815
2.450
3.300
0.720

4.490
23.660

3.290
0.575

1.550
0.855

3.910
0.235

0.525
3.800

0.580
3.830
1.780
0.670
1.130
1.700
1.970
5.760
27.500

18.000

1.540
0.700

0.440
7.570
2.250
10.480
0.520
1.480
0.810
2.450
3.250
0.710

4.400
23.420

3.260
0.555

1.550
0.855

3.910
0.220

0.505
3.660

0.580
3.730
1.780
0.660
1.100
1.700
1.940
5.750
27.400

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

0.240
18.080
8.500
1.550
0.700
7.720
0.440
7.880
2.290
10.560
0.525
1.480
0.810
2.450
3.300
0.720
0.630
4.430
23.500
3.170
3.260
0.555
1.290
1.550
0.855
2.290
3.910
0.235
0.960
0.505
3.800
3.080
0.580
3.750
1.780
0.660
1.130
1.700
1.940
5.750
27.500

0.530
0.855
0.265
5.390

0.530
0.830
0.260
5.390

5592
1643
1287
5517

GCE
LANDMRK
PMHLDG
SHANG

0.530
0.830
0.260
5.390

UNCH
-0.020
-0.005
-0.010

3
87.8
37
100

0.530
0.833
0.261
5.390

0.650
0.235
0.125
0.355
0.150
0.160
0.255
1.500
1.680
1.880
0.875
0.255
0.210
2.920
0.565
3.090

0.590
8.000
0.130
7.720

0.390
0.505

0.650
0.220
0.125
0.335
0.150
0.155
0.240
1.500
1.610
1.810
0.830
0.245
0.205
2.880
0.555
3.050

0.580
7.850
0.125
7.680

0.380
0.505

7031
5195
0051
7204
8338
0029
4456
5162
0065
0090
0021
0082
0056
7022
5028
0166
9393
5161
9334
0143
3867
5011
0083
9008

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

0.650
0.225
0.125
0.340
0.150
0.160
0.250
1.500
1.630
1.850
0.830
0.250
0.210
2.910
0.560
3.070
0.150
0.590
7.950
0.130
7.700
1.190
0.380
0.505

-0.040
-0.015
UNCH
-0.010
-0.005
UNCH
0.005
UNCH
0.020
-0.020
-0.030
-0.005
UNCH
0.030
UNCH
-0.010

UNCH
0.110
0.005
UNCH

-0.005
-0.005

13
2792
272.7
2333.7
75
2675.6
45990
3.5
1239.9
24.6
956.1
1577.8
69
765.7
68.4
1644.9

3342.3
174.1
202.6
13.5

335.8
20

0.650
0.227
0.125
0.340
0.150
0.159
0.248
1.500
1.656
1.860
0.852
0.250
0.206
2.908
0.561
3.064

0.586
7.955
0.128
7.705

0.381
0.505

* Volume Weighted Average Price

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

TAKAFUL
TUNEPRO

4.300
1.600

0.030
-0.060

225.9
8656.6

4.296
1.603

21.55
16.02

3.34
3.13

3,526.8
1,202.8

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

0.905
1.020
0.450
0.165
0.445
0.545
0.785
1.150
1.520
1.360
2.150
0.715
1.680
0.265
1.340
0.700
2.020
0.810
0.505
0.800
0.390
0.415
1.230
0.425
1.830
0.590
1.030
2.650
2.440
0.405
0.950
0.215
0.055
0.930
1.130
0.435
1.350
1.610
0.245
1.010
1.630
0.610
2.490
1.170
0.500
0.835
0.305
2.900
0.320
0.160
1.290
0.690
0.275
1.810
2.890
1.560
1.430
0.540
1.310
1.700
0.260
1.040
0.695
0.910
0.425
3.150
0.145
0.800
4.700
3.250
0.820
3.020
0.700
0.245
6.210
0.045
1.490
0.070
0.220
0.050
1.570
1.040
1.080
2.390
1.100
0.940
1.900
0.590

-0.015
UNCH
-0.005
UNCH

-0.005

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

0.030
-0.010
-0.010
UNCH
UNCH
UNCH

0.010
-0.015

-0.030
UNCH
-0.005
UNCH
UNCH
UNCH

UNCH
0.010

UNCH
-0.005
0.030
-0.020
-0.010
-0.020
UNCH
-0.005
UNCH
0.005
-0.050
UNCH
-0.010
-0.010
0.010
UNCH
-0.010
-0.060
-0.020
0.010
-0.025
UNCH
UNCH
-0.010
-0.010
0.010
-0.020
-0.005
0.010
-0.005
0.005

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

371.9
6.5
9.3
262.1

56

16.9
9
5
17
176.4
164.2
559.9
645.3
0.7

146.5
12
222.2
30.5
934
25.1

120
1891.8

62.9
1631.5
474
360.4
103
3121

282.9
3747.6

744.6
11.9
1006.6
1718.1
885.7
215.2
1.5
175.6
38.5
52.6
393.7
585.7
1
4795.8
39
20
9
9.5
336.1
249.8
2636.4
12
3
10
154.5
110.6
2
10
12.2
88.3
77

1109
22.4
708.9
20
728.6
3.5
163.4
112.1
53.7
26
263.4
5.7
138.5
7324.3
1800.4
25
0.3
22.6
65

0.910 19.85
1.009 16.80
0.450

0.166
2.22

6.01
0.547 16.87
50.97
1.150

1.520 26.16
1.360
7.84
2.150 17.08
0.710

1.673 56.38
0.265 11.57
1.329 37.43
0.700

31.37
0.801 36.65
0.505
4.02
0.800
7.16
0.390
8.53
0.418
4.87
1.214
4.15

1.830
4.64
0.598 11.52
11.69
2.655 17.25
2.463
8.65
0.408 17.09
0.952 296.88
0.216
7.65
0.055

7.16
1.133
4.84
0.432
4.97

8.19
1.603 10.71
0.253

1.020
2.25
1.631 11.34
0.612
7.91
2.501 11.05
1.138 11.91
0.500

0.846 16.47
0.305
6.93
2.925
7.47
0.320 13.01
0.160

1.315 22.95
0.688
5.49
0.273 343.75
1.810 24.33
2.921 13.35
1.561
3.27
1.439
9.44
0.567

1.310 10.51
1.700
4.25
0.260
9.15
1.040 945.45
0.686 12.15
0.910
9.00
0.425

3.150
9.58
0.145

0.784 12.56

3.26
3.250 10.68
0.820 15.05
3.006
7.74
0.700 14.99
0.245

6.207 22.90
0.045

1.494
6.65
0.070

0.218 17.05
0.045

1.570
7.75
1.030
7.96
1.097 23.63
2.388
8.25
1.099 38.87
0.940 12.13
1.900 50.94
0.590 24.48

3.31
1.47
4.44
1.82

1.27

3.29
5.15
2.33

1.19

1.49

3.96
5.31
5.13
1.20
1.63

7.10
2.20
3.40
3.77
3.28

1.40

3.23
6.19
4.60
3.70
2.17

7.92
3.99
4.92
6.08
1.71

7.02
2.41
9.38

1.94

1.93
2.77
3.21
5.77

5.34
2.65

2.88
0.66
2.75

6.35

2.50
2.55
6.67

3.64
2.86
1.35
1.61

6.04

2.87
6.73
1.48
6.28
2.73
9.31

547.4
372.4
131.4
163.8
183.6
112.7
873.7
317.1
426.3
136.0
456.2
221.2
2,120.7
203.0
3,168.1
195.1
275.1
103.7
70.9
582.3
146.5
188.7
861.6
17.0
483.1
586.3
511.3
3,616.7
10,793.6
198.5
699.9
163.0
317.7
178.3
1,168.0
478.6
102.5
986.9
88.6
336.2
3,927.4
273.5
1,407.6
1,561.7
246.3
223.0
78.4
1,216.4
386.3
46.0
2,683.5
38.9
210.1
452.5
418.7
2,188.5
604.8
111.2
692.8
648.6
90.0
145.2
163.2
387.8
94.1
762.7
30.4
391.3
1,615.0
9,157.2
655.0
6,213.0
217.0
1,303.8
464.8
189.9
635.5
23.4
82.9
69.5
575.7
1,505.4
4,900.4
3,901.6
535.7
187.4
838.7
498.2

1.160

0.080
35

UNCH
990.1
-0.015
269

-0.010
402.1
0.020
12.2
UNCH 13882.7
-0.020
933.7
-0.005
92.2
-0.030
1
UNCH
40
UNCH
2
0.040
822.1
0.020
70

-0.010 1691.5
-0.040
619.3

-0.040
44
-0.005 2805.3

-0.050
5
0.005
43

-0.040
3
0.015
38

-0.020
558.2
UNCH
11.3

-0.010
1
-0.040
649.5
-0.020
33.4
-0.005
699.5
-0.020
361.5
UNCH
12
-0.010
27.4
UNCH
28.2
UNCH
11.4

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

0.73

143.5

18.031
9.84
227.88
1.555 21.77
0.721 27.34
31.56
0.446 89.80
7.857 16.78
2.303

10.558 50.00
0.528
1.79
1.480 202.74
0.811

2.450 21.40
3.299 120.00
0.715

14.65
4.439 30.49
23.572 17.83
39.77
3.274 14.20
0.567

1.550

0.855 68.95

6.71
3.910 52.20
0.224

0.510

3.783 43.28
35.86
0.580

3.776 15.29
1.780 37.87
0.665 13.07
1.118 20.70
1.700 14.36
1.951

5.753 20.17
27.490 18.62

1.50
2.77
0.24
7.74
2.14
2.07

3.17
1.75
0.52
1.90
2.70
9.88
3.27
1.52
1.63

1.81
1.91
0.32
3.99

1.75
0.44
1.53

1.58
0.65

1.33
4.21
1.82
1.77
8.82
1.03
2.78
1.45

158.4
7,882.0
794.8
2,480.0
222.9
705.3
372.3
1,114.2
8,354.3
8,361.2
117.0
265.4
150.2
1,960.0
2,905.9
302.9
301.2
28,625.8
25,086.4
200.3
1,016.5
1,092.0
402.1
116.3
168.0
274.8
274.5
35.2
313.6
716.3
246.4
204.3
66.7
1,657.3
498.4
993.6
998.8
676.9
2,610.1
1,203.0
5,723.7

19.28

3.77

2.60

104.4
399.1
241.5
2,371.6

65.00

29.31

12.56
10.24
47.38
10.68
47.43

12.50
17.65
60.87
19.21

8.42
10.32

9.28

33.93

3.84
4.00
1.84
3.92

2.38
3.78
3.57
2.31

11.44
0.38

2.99

32.0
112.9
54.4
336.0
63.2
81.4
425.2
270.0
337.0
335.1
543.4
172.6
101.5
820.3
56.7
2,937.9
15.4
1,224.9
342.0
108.5
1,616.1
71.9
102.8
215.9

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

0.335 0.210 0.270


0.270
1.230 0.560 1.210
1.120
0.475 0.235 0.345
0.345
0.110 0.035 0.085
0.080
2.728 1.551 2.640
2.520
4.000 2.654 3.910
3.850
0.801 0.615 0.640
0.635
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
5.648 4.252 5.010
4.990
5.970 4.290 5.880
5.820
1.950 0.985 1.220
1.190
0.575 0.335 0.405
0.395
8.030 5.408 7.900
7.840
1.600 1.380 1.480
1.460
CLOSED-END FUNDS
2.380 2.100 2.330
2.300
EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
1.120 1.035 1.120
1.115
1.770 1.550 1.705
1.705
1.425 1.015 1.275
1.275
1.785 1.580 1.760
1.760
1.010 0.900 0.990
0.990
1.015 0.850

1.175 0.990

1.075 0.940 1.030


1.030
REITS
1.030 0.868 1.010
1.010
1.650 1.243 1.650
1.650
1.112 0.881 1.040
1.040
0.810 0.672 0.800
0.785
0.965 0.730 0.965
0.950
1.090 0.938 1.090
1.090
1.820 1.438 1.790
1.740
1.610 1.167 1.570
1.550
1.650 1.297 1.600
1.580
1.687 1.169 1.650
1.610
7.787 6.638 7.600
7.550
1.339 0.919 1.240
1.220
1.880 1.310 1.770
1.740
1.790 1.376 1.790
1.770
1.250 1.045 1.240
1.240
1.800 1.349

1.160 0.911 1.130


1.120
SPAC
0.705 0.660 0.675
0.670
0.695 0.595 0.685
0.685
0.475 0.425 0.460
0.460

CODE

COUNTER

CLOSING
(RM)

+/
(RM)

VOL
(000)

VWAP*
(RM)

PE#
(X)

DY
(%)

MKT CAP
(MIL)

0041
7160
9075
0118
5005
0097
0008

PANPAGE
PENTA
THETA
TRIVE
UNISEM
VITROX
WILLOW

0.270
1.130
0.345
0.085
2.540
3.890
0.635

UNCH
-0.080
0.025
UNCH
-0.090
0.040
-0.005

392
3449.4
5
7133.3
1160.5
151.5
5.4

0.270
1.148
0.345
0.085
2.586
3.885
0.639

41.54
9.35
6.71

10.77
16.50
9.23

3.54
0.51
3.15

65.2
165.6
37.0
102.7
1,863.9
911.3
157.5

6947
6645
6807
5078
5031
6742

DIGI
LITRAK
PUNCAK
SILKHLD
TIMECOM
YTLPOWR

5.000
5.820
1.190
0.395
7.890
1.480

-0.010
-0.050
-0.010
-0.010
0.050
0.010

5500.6
138.7
659.4
541.5
1100.2
634.5

5.001
5.845
1.196
0.400
7.900
1.473

24.32
17.39

10.12
12.54

4.10
4.30

0.85
6.76

38,875.0
3,053.8
534.6
277.1
4,562.7
11,990.4

5108

ICAP

2.300

UNCH

10.1

2.300

15.07

322.0

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

ABFMY1
CIMBA40
CIMBC50
FBMKLCI-EA
METFAPA
METFSID
MYETFDJ
MYETFID

1.115
1.705
1.275
1.760
0.990
0.922
1.100
1.030

UNCH
0.025
UNCH
-0.010
UNCH

0.010

5.1
1.7
4
11
2

1.120
1.705
1.275
1.760
0.990

1.030

5.09
3.85

1.42

2.33
2.15
3.06

2,024.2
2.3
15.7
2.9
18.8
48.9
307.0
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

1.010
1.650
1.040
0.785
0.950
1.090
1.750
1.550
1.580
1.650
7.600
1.220
1.750
1.790
1.240
1.760
1.120

UNCH
UNCH
0.010
-0.020
-0.015
0.010
-0.040
-0.010
-0.030
0.010
0.070
UNCH
UNCH
UNCH
UNCH

-0.020

19.6
55.4
103.7
455.5
74
1
163.3
5726.1
28
1194.1
1170.5
407.7
1785
2760.2
14

1285.6

1.010
7.88
1.650 17.10
1.040 40.78
0.791
7.87
0.954
8.91
1.090 11.71
1.753 18.72
1.553 17.07
1.588 216.44
1.644 22.30
7.591 12.10
1.222 11.65
1.748 18.64
1.778 16.27
1.240 12.55

6.77
1.123 26.54

6.44
4.68
3.08
6.50
6.92
5.28
4.74
5.28
6.65
4.93
4.63
7.00
4.74
5.13
5.59
6.20
7.04

101.0
1,201.6
603.2
538.8
544.6
132.8
1,934.1
3,143.9
633.0
5,755.7
13,720.5
806.9
5,289.4
5,269.6
347.8
744.3
1,483.3

CLIQ
REACH
SONA

0.670
0.685
0.460

-0.005
UNCH
UNCH

1728.8
1114.5
213

0.672
0.685
0.460

422.7
875.3
648.9

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 0.385
0.320 0.095 0.295
0.386 0.225 0.230
0.070 0.035 0.040
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
0.338 0.172 0.230
0.095 0.045 0.050
0.610 0.315 0.325
0.251 0.080 0.090
0.655 0.275 0.535
0.880 0.335 0.340
0.125 0.070 0.080
0.220 0.110 0.170
0.145 0.085 0.095
0.180 0.120 0.150
0.150 0.050 0.055
0.500 0.293 0.360
0.195 0.105 0.145
0.190 0.080 0.085
0.055 0.040 0.045
0.155 0.085 0.120
0.210 0.120 0.140
0.240 0.110 0.130
0.263 0.166 0.190
TECHNOLOGY
0.260 0.100 0.230
0.615 0.270 0.275
0.195 0.100 0.140
0.760 0.200 0.200
0.015 0.005

1.310 0.710 1.130


0.075 0.040 0.040
0.090 0.020 0.035
0.150 0.060 0.080
0.355 0.190 0.240
0.095 0.045

3.150 1.010 1.060


0.055 0.030 0.035
0.125 0.080 0.090
0.150 0.050 0.055
1.051 0.452 0.540
0.150 0.035 0.050
0.275 0.130 0.195
0.854 0.523 0.585
1.460 0.360 1.420
0.340 0.180 0.205
0.080 0.040 0.055
0.255 0.100 0.205
0.325 0.080 0.105
0.265 0.050 0.235
0.970 0.470

1.880 0.805 1.480


0.588 0.281 0.465
0.135 0.060 0.090
0.075 0.055 0.055
0.759 0.450 0.660
0.295 0.175 0.240
0.300 0.180 0.190
0.195 0.075 0.095
1.058 0.599 0.830
0.060 0.025 0.025
0.095 0.045 0.055
0.155 0.085 0.110
0.872 0.520 0.575
0.420 0.270 0.360
0.730 0.170 0.265
0.110 0.035 0.060
0.305 0.150 0.170
0.140 0.060 0.065
0.728 0.361 0.520
0.090 0.010

0.507 0.270 0.275


0.160 0.055 0.055
0.370 0.160 0.205
0.130 0.065 0.075
0.298 0.173 0.245
0.180 0.080 0.110
0.265 0.140 0.190
0.165 0.100 0.155
0.225 0.140 0.210
0.370 0.075 0.305
0.135 0.065 0.095
0.295 0.025

0.195 0.105 0.110


0.570 0.470 0.545
TRADING SERVICES
0.300 0.150

0.130 0.095

0.070 0.035 0.045


0.390 0.191 0.370
0.270 0.180

0.665 0.550 0.610


0.760 0.300

0.475 0.260 0.305


0.250 0.155

0.600 0.350 0.400


0.240 0.140 0.195
0.245 0.135 0.180
0.330 0.250

0.303 0.168 0.235


0.020 0.005 0.010
0.370 0.140 0.185
0.730 0.350 0.410
0.745 0.480 0.540
2.244 1.659 1.850
0.255 0.165 0.245
0.500 0.325

0.055 0.030 0.035


1.490 0.446 1.150
0.195 0.100

0.705 0.110 0.150


FINANCE
0.530 0.390 0.415

DAY
LOW

CODE

COUNTER

0.370
0.285
0.225
0.040

0179
0170
0148
0095

BIOHLDG
KANGER
SUNZEN
XINGHE

0.375
0.290
0.225
0.040

0.010 11732.7
Unch 1298.2
-0.005
118
Unch 1121.1

0.377
0.290
0.229
0.040

25.51
16.67

1.62

2.04
2.50

187.5
231.6
107.8
93.9

0.225
0.050
0.315
0.090
0.510
0.335
0.080
0.170
0.095
0.145
0.055
0.350
0.145
0.080
0.045
0.120
0.140
0.125
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

0.230
0.050
0.315
0.090
0.525
0.335
0.080
0.170
0.095
0.150
0.055
0.350
0.145
0.080
0.045
0.120
0.140
0.130
0.190

0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
-0.005
0.005
Unch
-0.015
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.005
Unch

0.228
0.050
0.318
0.090
0.519
0.338
0.080
0.170
0.095
0.149
0.055
0.354
0.145
0.080
0.045
0.120
0.140
0.125
0.190

9.91

26.47
7.56
15.00
50.76

10.20
12.18
7.77

10.00

12.67

2.61

0.95

0.99

5.26

2.00

3.33

2.63

69.7
21.7
152.2
21.9
107.9
103.4
26.7
23.1
108.7
36.3
15.3
78.1
21.8
68.7
39.6
29.2
77.8
28.0
32.5

0.230
0.270
0.135
0.200

1.110
0.040
0.030
0.075
0.235

1.050
0.030
0.090
0.050
0.525
0.050
0.175
0.560
1.340
0.200
0.050
0.200
0.090
0.225

1.460
0.455
0.090
0.055
0.630
0.235
0.185
0.090
0.815
0.025
0.050
0.105
0.570
0.340
0.240
0.060
0.165
0.065
0.520

0.270
0.055
0.190
0.070
0.240
0.100
0.180
0.155
0.200
0.295
0.090

0.110
0.540

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

0.230
0.270
0.140
0.200
0.010
1.120
0.040
0.030
0.075
0.240
0.055
1.050
0.035
0.090
0.055
0.525
0.050
0.175
0.560
1.420
0.200
0.050
0.200
0.095
0.225
0.500
1.470
0.455
0.090
0.055
0.640
0.240
0.185
0.095
0.820
0.025
0.050
0.105
0.570
0.350
0.255
0.060
0.165
0.065
0.520
0.010
0.270
0.055
0.190
0.075
0.240
0.110
0.180
0.155
0.210
0.295
0.090
0.025
0.110
0.540

-0.005
30
Unch 1555.6
0.005
806
-0.020
1

Unch
214.4
Unch
460
-0.005
180
-0.005
733.2
Unch
106

-0.010
68.1
Unch
1523
Unch
141.1
0.005
325.7
-0.010 4424.6
-0.005
264
-0.020 65960.1
-0.030
17.7
0.080
603.6
-0.005 1974.9
-0.005 1469.3
-0.005
652
-0.010 41876.4
-0.010 2555.2

0.010
58
-0.015
456.3
Unch
0.4
Unch
1480
-0.020 2268.5
0.005
109.9
-0.005
380.5
0.005
204.5
-0.010
28
-0.005
40
Unch 7282.1
0.005 6094.7
-0.005
107
0.005 4020.6
0.015
953
Unch
257.6
-0.005
912.9
-0.005
171
Unch
25

-0.010
183
-0.005
79
-0.015
632
-0.005 4278.6
Unch
402.8
0.010
70
-0.010 2040.4
Unch
116
Unch
62.8
-0.005 20331.1
-0.005
553

Unch
100
-0.010
683.8

0.230 34.33
0.273 75.00
0.139

0.200

1.127

0.040

0.033 27.27
0.075

0.240 19.83

1.054
8.37
0.032 23.33
0.090

0.051

0.529 36.97
0.050

0.183

0.578 40.58
1.403 23.51
0.200 10.81
0.050

0.204
8.51
0.098

0.227

22.42
1.468 163.33
0.460 14.77
0.090

0.055

0.639 12.40
0.240

0.185

0.090 95.00
0.817 36.61
0.025

0.050
3.94
0.105 105.00
0.572 12.36
0.349 19.89
0.255

0.060 19.35
0.165 36.67
0.065 50.00
0.520 13.23

0.274

0.055

0.197

0.073

0.244 11.76
0.107

0.182 46.15
0.155 193.75
0.204

0.296 20.34
0.090

0.110

0.544 20.93

1.90

1.79

2.50

2.42

3.13

2.44

3.51
2.51

1.21

3.85

2.79

1.11

7.41

147.3
118.5
39.4
23.3
8.1
490.3
19.6
40.7
111.8
218.0
42.7
36.9
10.1
23.7
27.2
319.4
20.9
393.3
70.6
175.7
94.5
37.0
47.4
56.2
44.3
47.1
246.0
139.2
16.8
52.5
104.3
22.7
131.4
22.0
390.6
31.3
94.2
71.7
91.9
104.3
33.9
19.2
92.1
70.4
98.5
2.0
54.0
30.5
54.2
26.0
73.0
13.3
57.1
64.0
23.2
763.3
30.0
12.8
21.3
729.0

0.040
0.350

0.595

0.300

0.395
0.180
0.180

0.235
0.005
0.185
0.380
0.540
1.850
0.240

0.035
1.140

0.145

0122
0048
0150
0011
0157
0185
0147
0180
0167
0081
0153
0177
0006
0171
0110
0080
0032
0173
0158
0161
0137
0140
0089
0145
0165

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

0.205
0.095
0.045
0.360
0.225
0.600
0.580
0.300
0.170
0.395
0.180
0.180
0.280
0.235
0.005
0.185
0.390
0.540
1.850
0.240
0.500
0.035
1.150
0.125
0.145

Unch
-0.015

-0.005

-0.010

-0.010
0.005
Unch

Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.025
-0.010
Unch
-0.005

-0.005
-0.010

Unch

492
256

2520.2

835.1

141.2
21
121

79.3
149.4
118.5
294.6
9
3
401.6

82.6
231

7442.5

75.93

0.040

0.359 16.44

0.603 15.11
28.57
0.303 35.71
13.49
0.396 17.03
0.181

0.180 66.67

0.235 13.51
0.005

0.185

0.394

0.540 21.18
1.850 12.28
0.241 72.73

0.035

1.143 24.78
113.64
0.149 12.39

3.50
4.44

1.67

2.98

0.51

2.70
3.54

0.65

54.5
45.0
42.9
90.7
37.1
191.4
80.3
153.1
30.4
75.0
44.1
58.4
13.6
48.6
4.8
26.5
295.4
72.7
79.1
98.9
123.8
34.6
196.4
25.6
86.2

0.410

0053

OSKVI

0.415

Unch

1.4

0.413 230.56

4.82

82.0

444.5
220
2589.3
5.5
1093.1
235
360
150
14056
990.9
100
602.1
109.4
1513.9
226.7
701.7
50
306.4
52

28 Markets

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

WE

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

0.130
0.160
0.150
0.340
0.170
0.120
0.150
0.150
0.670
0.835
0.485
0.460
0.460
0.275
0.425
0.280
0.255
0.085
0.040
0.105
0.100
0.125
0.035
0.100
0.050
0.135
0.080
0.085
0.155
0.135
0.035
0.175
0.050
0.125
0.075
0.130
0.150
0.380
0.195
0.210
0.425
0.195
0.195
0.050
0.105
0.160
0.065
0.145
0.120
0.135
0.225
1.330
0.505
0.150
0.170
0.190
0.165
0.160
0.045
0.080
0.120
0.055
0.155
0.370
0.030
0.095
0.040
0.450
0.225
0.105
0.095
0.110
0.255
0.065
0.105
0.110
0.430
0.145
0.365
0.305
0.155
0.115
0.105
0.175
0.260
0.090
0.200
0.500
0.105
0.190
0.240
1.480
0.815
0.840
0.330
0.625
0.860
0.230
0.285
0.150
0.190
0.135
0.200
0.090
0.155
0.045
0.120
0.160
0.155
0.215
0.210
0.130
0.335
0.115
0.120
0.675
0.230
0.360
0.535
0.600
0.415
0.335
0.230
0.255
0.185
0.520
0.255
1.310
0.120
0.280
3.200
0.220
0.220
0.190
0.465

0.055
0.075
0.090
0.035
0.050
0.090
0.005
0.060
0.085
0.185
0.110
0.125
0.190
0.130
0.230
0.130
0.230
0.055
0.010
0.040
0.040
0.050
0.030
0.005
0.010
0.055
0.045
0.050
0.110
0.010
0.015
0.095
0.025
0.015
0.045
0.030
0.040
0.150
0.095
0.080
0.225
0.090
0.145
0.045
0.020
0.095
0.035
0.060
0.065
0.060
0.080
0.410
0.255
0.025
0.050
0.135
0.115
0.040
0.005
0.020
0.005
0.005
0.005
0.125
0.010
0.035
0.030
0.255
0.005
0.030
0.045
0.065
0.100
0.015
0.030
0.005
0.020
0.020
0.030
0.065
0.110
0.015
0.045
0.130
0.110
0.020
0.080
0.340
0.035
0.090
0.115
0.250
0.390
0.180
0.045
0.300
0.220
0.060
0.085
0.090
0.055
0.035
0.070
0.020
0.075
0.025
0.070
0.055
0.020
0.065
0.070
0.075
0.270
0.085
0.100
0.060
0.030
0.060
0.170
0.145
0.165
0.170
0.125
0.190
0.090
0.150
0.110
0.805
0.010
0.085
1.500
0.070
0.050
0.100
0.265

0.130
0.150
0.140
0.300
0.135
0.095
0.020
0.115
0.650
0.830
0.465
0.435
0.440
0.255
0.400
0.270
0.235
0.070
0.030
0.055
0.070
0.095
0.030
0.010
0.015
0.085
0.055
0.060
0.120
0.030
0.025
0.140
0.035
0.020
0.045
0.030
0.105
0.290
0.125
0.135
0.315
0.105
0.145
0.045
0.020
0.120
0.050
0.125
0.110
0.080
0.140
1.120
0.360
0.050
0.075
0.180
0.130
0.045
0.015
0.040
0.010
0.010
0.015
0.365
0.010
0.035
0.030
0.325
0.010
0.040
0.080
0.095
0.110
0.035
0.050
0.015
0.415
0.140
0.345
0.295
0.145
0.020
0.060
0.165
0.205
0.040
0.125
0.385
0.035
0.105
0.130
1.230
0.560
0.740
0.205
0.495
0.245
0.165
0.170
0.090
0.125
0.055
0.130
0.025
0.095
0.035
0.105
0.060
0.030
0.080
0.090
0.085
0.280
0.095
0.100
0.320
0.210
0.350
0.515
0.575
0.405
0.315
0.220
0.240
0.105
0.180
0.110
1.280
0.095
0.240
2.750
0.070
0.050
0.100
0.290

0.105
0.130
0.115
0.275
0.135
0.090
0.020
0.110
0.635
0.825
0.440
0.420
0.425
0.240
0.380
0.255
0.230
0.065
0.025
0.055
0.060
0.090
0.030
0.005
0.010
0.080
0.050
0.060
0.115
0.030
0.020
0.140
0.030
0.015
0.045
0.030
0.085
0.285
0.125
0.135
0.305
0.100
0.145
0.045
0.020
0.120
0.050
0.115
0.100
0.075
0.135
1.120
0.355
0.045
0.065
0.170
0.130
0.045
0.010
0.040
0.010
0.010
0.005
0.345
0.010
0.035
0.030
0.320
0.005
0.040
0.075
0.090
0.110
0.030
0.050
0.005
0.365
0.125
0.310
0.265
0.130
0.020
0.055
0.150
0.200
0.040
0.115
0.380
0.035
0.100
0.125
1.160
0.545
0.700
0.165
0.465
0.245
0.160
0.155
0.090
0.115
0.055
0.120
0.025
0.095
0.035
0.105
0.055
0.025
0.075
0.085
0.085
0.275
0.095
0.100
0.305
0.210
0.315
0.475
0.545
0.385
0.285
0.195
0.225
0.100
0.180
0.110
1.260
0.075
0.230
2.750
0.070
0.050
0.100
0.265

5238CU
5238CV
5238CW
5238WA
0018WA
6599CG
5185CT
7315WB
509927
509930
509933
509934
509935
509936
509937
509938
509940
1015CW
0159WA
9342WA
9342WB
0119WA
7007WB
521011
521014
521015
521016
521017
521018
5210C9
0150WA
0105WA
7070WB
6888C5
6888C6
6888C7
6888C8
7078WA
4162CF
7241WA
5258WA
6998WA
5248CO
3395C2
3395CZ
3395WB
7187WA
7036WB
7036WC
9938WB
7188WB
7174WA
7076WA
5195WA
5195WB
102312
2852CR
0102WA
5214WA
0051WA
5141CT
5141CV
5141CW
7212WA
0152WA
7277C6
7277C9
7277WA
6947C9
0029WA
4456WD
7114WA
5265WA
7198WA
7198WB
161916
161919
161920
161921
161922
161923
5216CG
5216CO
5216CP
3417WB
0154WB
3557WC
8206WA
1368CD
1368CG
0107WA
0065WA
8907WC
8877WB
7149WA
5056WA
7249WA
7047WB
9776WB
65042
65048
65050
65054
65056
65060
65062
65070
65045
65059
65061
65067
65081
65087
65089
65091
8605WB
522210
522211
522212
522213
522214
522215
522216
522217
9318WB
7210WA
539826
5398WE
5209CT
5226WA
2291WA
318228
318229
318231
318232

WARRANTS
AAX-CU
AAX-CV
AAX-CW
AAX-WA
ACCSOFT-WA
AEON-CG
AFFIN-CT
AHB-WB
AIRASIAC27
AIRASIAC30
AIRASIAC33
AIRASIAC34
AIRASIAC35
AIRASIAC36
AIRASIAC37
AIRASIAC38
AIRASIAC40
AMBANK-CW
AMEDIA-WA
ANZO-WA
ANZO-WB
APPASIA-WA
ARK-WB
ARMADA-C11
ARMADA-C14
ARMADA-C15
ARMADA-C16
ARMADA-C17
ARMADA-C18
ARMADA-C9
ASIABIO-WA
ASIAPLY-WA
ASUPREM-WB
AXIATA-C5
AXIATA-C6
AXIATA-C7
AXIATA-C8
AZRB-WA
BAT-CF
BHS-WA
BIMB-WA
BINTAI-WA
BJAUTO-CO
BJCORP-C2
BJCORP-CZ
BJCORP-WB
BKOON-WA
BORNOIL-WB
BORNOIL-WC
BRIGHT-WB
BTM-WB
CAB-WA
CBIP-WA
CENSOF-WA
CENSOF-WB
CIMB-C12
CMSB-CR
CONNECT-WA
CSL-WA
CUSCAPI-WA
DAYANG-CT
DAYANG-CV
DAYANG-CW
DESTINI-WA
DGB-WA
DIALOG-C6
DIALOG-C9
DIALOG-WA
DIGI-C9
DIGISTA-WA
DNEX-WD
DNONCE-WA
DOLPHIN-WA
DPS-WA
DPS-WB
DRBHCOMC16
DRBHCOMC19
DRBHCOMC20
DRBHCOMC21
DRBHCOMC22
DRBHCOMC23
DSONIC-CG
DSONIC-CO
DSONIC-CP
E&O-WB
EAH-WB
ECOFIRS-WC
ECOWLD-WA
EDGENTA-CD
EDGENTA-CG
EDUSPEC-WA
EFORCE-WA
EG-WC
EKOVEST-WB
ENGKAH-WA
ENGTEX-WA
EWEIN-WA
FAJAR-WB
FARMBES-WB
FBMKLCI-C42
FBMKLCI-C48
FBMKLCI-C50
FBMKLCI-C54
FBMKLCI-C56
FBMKLCI-C60
FBMKLCI-C62
FBMKLCI-C70
FBMKLCI-H45
FBMKLCI-H59
FBMKLCI-H61
FBMKLCI-H67
FBMKLCI-H81
FBMKLCI-H87
FBMKLCI-H89
FBMKLCI-H91
FFHB-WB
FGV-C10
FGV-C11
FGV-C12
FGV-C13
FGV-C14
FGV-C15
FGV-C16
FGV-C17
FITTERS-WB
FREIGHT-WA
GAMUDA-C26
GAMUDA-WE
GASMSIA-CT
GBGAQRS-WA
GENP-WA
GENTINGC28
GENTINGC29
GENTINGC31
GENTINGC32

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.120
0.145
0.135
0.285
0.135
0.090
0.020
0.115
0.645
0.830
0.465
0.425
0.430
0.245
0.390
0.260
0.230
0.065
0.030
0.055
0.070
0.095
0.030
0.010
0.010
0.080
0.055
0.060
0.115
0.030
0.025
0.140
0.035
0.015
0.045
0.030
0.085
0.285
0.125
0.135
0.310
0.100
0.145
0.045
0.020
0.120
0.050
0.115
0.105
0.080
0.140
1.120
0.360
0.050
0.075
0.175
0.130
0.045
0.010
0.040
0.010
0.010
0.010
0.350
0.010
0.035
0.030
0.325
0.005
0.040
0.080
0.095
0.110
0.035
0.050
0.005
0.385
0.135
0.325
0.285
0.135
0.020
0.055
0.150
0.200
0.040
0.115
0.385
0.035
0.100
0.125
1.160
0.550
0.740
0.205
0.465
0.245
0.160
0.170
0.090
0.120
0.055
0.120
0.025
0.095
0.035
0.105
0.060
0.025
0.080
0.090
0.085
0.280
0.095
0.100
0.320
0.210
0.315
0.480
0.545
0.385
0.295
0.205
0.225
0.100
0.180
0.110
1.280
0.080
0.230
2.750
0.070
0.050
0.100
0.265

0.010
0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.025
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
0.010
0.005
0.015
-0.005
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
Unch
0.010
0.005
Unch
0.010
0.005
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.015
0.005
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.010
-0.005
-0.050
-0.005
-0.015
Unch
Unch
-0.005
-0.020
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
-0.005
0.005
-0.010
Unch
0.005
-0.010
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
0.010
0.005
-0.015
0.010
0.005
0.005
Unch
0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.015
-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.040
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.025
Unch
-0.010
0.005
-0.060
-0.015
-0.020
-0.005
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
-0.005
-0.075
Unch
0.010
0.010
0.005
0.010
0.005
-0.010
Unch
0.005
-0.005
-0.015
-0.010
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
-0.030
-0.045
Unch
0.010
-0.015
-0.040
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.015

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
71596.5
37355.4
15082.7
41110.7
10
370
1140.2
65
44
120
1088.4
1924
622
1923
3422.6
4478.3
657
1378.1
2201.1
100
52.1
80.2
0.5
2602
522
1254.1
9999.2
759
349.4
150
2835
285
400
3677.7
200
50
410
166.7
50
220
350.2
387
10
330
1082
10
280
406
52709.1
127
110
16
35.6
34.2
1862.6
493
224.3
40.3
900
285.5
120
1800
10247.6
4815.1
959.9
50
70
525
500
455.7
11380.9
219.8
50
110.1
29
2300.4
10166.4
7134.5
6223.4
7559.1
5731.8
125
425
1862.8
68.8
801.6
163.1
56.2
50
196.5
173
1263.6
67.5
49.1
20.6
1623
49.5
14.2
14
1
2074.8
25
516.2
20
30
28
40
7
686.6
378.6
61
200
1020
170
15
110
257
146.6
2371.5
424
120
8962.6
11269
123.5
34
6
2.3
2227.5
20.3
1156.1
3
405
100
200.8
550

0.460 0.490
0.460 0.390
0.460 0.420
0.460 0.460
0.230 0.100
2.930 3.000
2.160 2.400
0.215 0.200
3.220 1.280
3.220 2.000
3.220 2.100
3.220 2.000
3.220 2.000
3.220 2.850
3.220 2.450
3.220 2.650
3.220 3.300
4.460 4.700
0.190 1.100
0.220 0.250
0.220 0.250
0.140 0.130
0.395 1.000
0.765 1.000
0.765 0.950
0.765 0.800
0.765 0.800
0.765 0.850
0.765 0.680
0.765 0.980
0.045 0.100
0.230 0.100
0.140 0.200
5.660 6.500
5.660 6.300
5.660 6.200
5.660 5.850
0.645 0.700
50.200 50.000
0.410 0.600
4.010 4.720
0.200 0.200
2.240 2.272
0.340 0.380
0.340 0.370
0.340 1.000
0.115 0.200
0.185 0.100
0.185 0.100
0.325 0.820
0.275 0.200
1.720 0.550
2.030 2.400
0.225 0.460
0.225 0.460
4.690 4.500
3.770 3.600
0.090 0.100
0.090 1.150
0.125 0.270
1.030 1.580
1.030 1.780
1.030 1.500
0.790 0.400
0.040 0.110
1.530 1.480
1.530 1.650
1.530 1.190
5.000 5.100
0.160 0.130
0.250 0.500
0.275 0.250
0.485 0.800
0.085 0.540
0.085 0.100
1.350 1.400
1.350 1.000
1.350 1.100
1.350 0.950
1.350 1.000
1.350 1.300
1.420 1.580
1.420 1.550
1.420 1.350
1.680 2.600
0.075 0.120
0.265 0.300
1.340 2.080
3.500 3.680
3.500 3.230
0.240 0.180
1.630 0.680
0.880 0.500
1.690 1.350
2.030 3.500
1.330 0.830
0.880 0.610
0.535 0.700
0.725 1.000
1,683 1,730
1,683 1,600
1,683 1,650
1,683 1,595
1,683 1,710
1,683 1,650
1,683 1,700
1,683 1,630
1,683 1,538
1,683 1,650
1,683 1,710
1,683 1,700
1,683 1,670
1,683 1,710
1,683 1,660
1,683 1,640
0.800 0.500
2.290 1.550
2.290 1.700
2.290 1.350
2.290 1.500
2.290 1.600
2.290 1.900
2.290 1.950
2.290 2.200
0.425 1.000
1.190 0.970
4.870 4.500
4.870 4.050
2.720 2.500
1.030 1.300
10.560 7.750
8.060 7.800
8.060 9.300
4.280 8.300
8.060 8.300

PRM
(%)
32.61
16.30
20.65
61.96
2.17
11.60
12.04
46.51
-0.16
13.66
1.32
1.71
2.17
11.34
6.37
10.56
25.34
12.67
494.74
38.64
45.45
60.71
160.76
33.33
26.80
15.03
16.80
22.88
11.44
37.91
177.78
4.35
67.86
15.90
14.89
11.82
7.86
52.71
9.56
79.27
25.44
50.00
15.21
27.65
14.71
229.41
117.39
16.22
10.81
176.92
23.64
-2.91
35.96
126.67
137.78
10.87
12.73
61.11
1,189
148.00
57.28
76.21
48.06
-5.06
200.00
5.88
11.76
-0.98
2.25
6.25
132.00
25.45
87.63
576.47
76.47
4.44
2.59
6.48
6.48
5.74
23.30
16.90
18.84
18.31
66.67
113.33
56.60
83.96
11.14
3.71
27.08
12.88
19.32
23.67
82.51
-2.63
-2.84
60.75
61.38
7.07
0.06
0.32
-0.24
2.64
1.99
2.46
1.22
-5.41
-0.92
4.93
4.75
2.76
8.26
2.58
0.40
2.50
2.53
1.75
0.87
1.20
3.49
11.31
12.01
19.65
158.82
-3.36
-0.82
9.45
-2.21
48.54
-0.57
7.20
20.66
112.62
14.49

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

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

2.380
0.200
0.265
0.100
0.715
0.460
0.240
0.165
0.120
1.510
0.190
0.115
0.810
0.315
0.660
0.670
1.070
2.050
0.835
1.270
0.880
1.250
1.740
0.640
0.995
1.420
0.915
1.600
0.515
1.040
0.230
0.010
0.030
0.260
0.275
0.140
0.120
0.170
0.310
0.110
0.195
2.320
0.040
0.270
0.180
0.065
0.225
0.210
0.070
0.150
0.090
0.135
0.150
0.075
0.125
0.935
0.105
0.185
0.075
0.130
0.265
0.080
0.205
1.550
0.025
0.865
0.140
0.125
0.160
0.585
0.100
0.240
0.810
0.190
0.640
0.620
0.450
0.250
0.045
0.045
0.470
0.120
0.150
0.145
0.200
0.265
0.200
0.100
0.185
0.115
0.130
0.225
0.170
0.235
0.095
0.195
0.410
0.300
0.405
0.185
0.710
0.415
0.485
0.225
0.355
0.080
0.150
0.245
0.145
0.625
1.380
0.100
0.360
0.240
0.175
0.150
0.105
0.240
0.035
0.465
0.360
0.100
0.145
0.115
0.130
0.655
0.030
0.050
0.270
0.110
0.215
0.355
0.095
0.280
0.235
0.120
0.310
0.040
0.295
0.205

0.530
0.065
0.120
0.020
0.160
0.170
0.025
0.005
0.010
0.665
0.017
0.065
0.305
0.190
0.175
0.190
0.310
0.785
0.260
0.055
0.055
0.130
0.280
0.080
0.170
0.255
0.245
0.525
0.285
0.705
0.025
0.005
0.020
0.155
0.160
0.085
0.035
0.045
0.085
0.035
0.140
0.837
0.010
0.150
0.040
0.060
0.040
0.115
0.020
0.030
0.025
0.005
0.005
0.005
0.080
0.120
0.010
0.015
0.005
0.020
0.055
0.020
0.135
0.350
0.010
0.260
0.135
0.060
0.090
0.130
0.015
0.130
0.470
0.020
0.260
0.300
0.215
0.150
0.025
0.025
0.210
0.075
0.045
0.075
0.170
0.130
0.110
0.050
0.075
0.065
0.120
0.085
0.035
0.030
0.020
0.140
0.155
0.035
0.130
0.010
0.305
0.100
0.150
0.060
0.285
0.005
0.020
0.155
0.125
0.235
0.500
0.020
0.115
0.025
0.110
0.035
0.085
0.075
0.010
0.120
0.090
0.020
0.040
0.060
0.060
0.230
0.010
0.020
0.150
0.085
0.060
0.255
0.010
0.255
0.075
0.030
0.130
0.015
0.120
0.145

1.580
0.145
0.145
0.040
0.690
0.335
0.030
0.005
0.020
0.930
0.025
0.095
0.370
0.220
0.575
0.590
0.980
1.950
0.780
0.075
0.055
0.150
0.330
0.085
0.170
0.285
0.255
0.560
0.295
0.765
0.035
0.005
0.025
0.200
0.240
0.105
0.045
0.060
0.100
0.035
0.155
1.610
0.015
0.165
0.045
0.065
0.060
0.170
0.035
0.075
0.030
0.010
0.005
0.005
0.085
0.505
0.025
0.025
0.025
0.025
0.070
0.040
0.150
1.400
0.010
0.715
0.140
0.065
0.140
0.140
0.015
0.130
0.770
0.025
0.325
0.610
0.395
0.175
0.035
0.035
0.300
0.075
0.125
0.130
0.190
0.255
0.145
0.070
0.085
0.070
0.120
0.110
0.110
0.045
0.020
0.140
0.385
0.155
0.255
0.135
0.690
0.250
0.170
0.070
0.295
0.005
0.030
0.155
0.130
0.570
1.380
0.055
0.235
0.105
0.145
0.145
0.105
0.130
0.010
0.330
0.165
0.040
0.075
0.095
0.115
0.420
0.015
0.025
0.230
0.090
0.105
0.275
0.040
0.265
0.225
0.050
0.300
0.020
0.180
0.160

1.530
0.145
0.140
0.040
0.685
0.325
0.025
0.005
0.020
0.920
0.020
0.095
0.360
0.210
0.510
0.590
0.925
1.950
0.725
0.055
0.055
0.130
0.285
0.085
0.170
0.265
0.245
0.560
0.295
0.725
0.035
0.005
0.025
0.185
0.240
0.095
0.045
0.055
0.100
0.035
0.155
1.600
0.015
0.160
0.045
0.065
0.055
0.170
0.035
0.070
0.030
0.010
0.005
0.005
0.080
0.490
0.020
0.020
0.025
0.020
0.070
0.040
0.145
1.380
0.010
0.710
0.140
0.060
0.140
0.140
0.015
0.130
0.755
0.020
0.325
0.585
0.370
0.175
0.035
0.035
0.290
0.075
0.120
0.125
0.185
0.245
0.135
0.060
0.080
0.065
0.120
0.100
0.105
0.040
0.020
0.140
0.375
0.150
0.250
0.130
0.655
0.240
0.160
0.065
0.285
0.005
0.025
0.155
0.130
0.560
1.300
0.045
0.235
0.090
0.140
0.120
0.095
0.125
0.010
0.320
0.155
0.040
0.070
0.095
0.105
0.420
0.015
0.025
0.225
0.085
0.105
0.270
0.040
0.255
0.215
0.045
0.285
0.020
0.170
0.160

3182WA
70010
1147WA
0074WA
3034CN
2062WC
5168CQ
5168CR
5168CS
5095WB
5072WA
5072WB
5169WA
7213WB
65130
65136
65138
65144
65148
65139
65141
65143
65145
65147
65149
65151
65153
65157
65159
65163
6238CD
7013WA
9601WD
4251WA
9687WB
3336C1
3336CY
3336CZ
0166CK
0166CQ
0166CR
0166WB
0094WA
3379WB
196110
196112
1961C9
5249CK
7183WA
5175WA
0024WA
5161CU
5161CV
5161CW
5161CX
7167WA
4383CF
4383CH
4383CI
4383CJ
5247CK
5247CN
5247CQ
7161WA
0036WA
5171WA
2445CY
7164WA
7164WB
7017WB
7153CM
7153CP
5878WB
5038CF
8494WA
5789WA
5789WB
7126WA
5068WA
5068WB
7617WB
3859CX
8583C2
8583C3
8583C4
8583WB
8583WC
5264CM
5264CN
5264CO
5264CP
6181WB
6012CT
115519
115521
115522
5152WA
5983WA
1694WB
0075WA
3069WA
3662WB
5186CY
5186CZ
5576WC
3816C4
3816C5
3816C7
3816C8
9571WD
6114WB
0085WA
7595WA
2194C1
2194C2
1651C7
1651C8
1651WA
0092WA
0138CN
0138CT
0138CW
0138CX
0138CY
0138CZ
0108WA
0096WB
0096WC
0172WA
7071WC
9008WB
5053WC
0005WA
129511
1295C6
5183C6
9997WB
5146WA
8311WC
6033CN

WARRANTS
GENTING-WA
GLD-C10
GOB-WA
GOCEAN-WA
HAPSENG-CN
HARBOUR-WC
HARTA-CQ
HARTA-CR
HARTA-CS
HEVEA-WB
HIAPTEK-WA
HIAPTEK-WB
HOHUP-WA
HOVID-WB
HSI-C30
HSI-C36
HSI-C38
HSI-C44
HSI-C48
HSI-H39
HSI-H41
HSI-H43
HSI-H45
HSI-H47
HSI-H49
HSI-H51
HSI-H53
HSI-H57
HSI-H59
HSI-H63
HSL-CD
HUBLINE-WA
HWGB-WD
IBHD-WA
IDEALUBB-WB
IJM-C1
IJM-CY
IJM-CZ
INARI-CK
INARI-CQ
INARI-CR
INARI-WB
INIX-WA
INSAS-WB
IOICORP-C10
IOICORP-C12
IOICORP-C9
IOIPG-CK
IRETEX-WA
IVORY-WA
JAG-WA
JCY-CU
JCY-CV
JCY-CW
JCY-CX
JOHOTIN-WA
JTIASA-CF
JTIASA-CH
JTIASA-CI
JTIASA-CJ
KAREX-CK
KAREX-CN
KAREX-CQ
KERJAYA-WA
KGROUP-WA
KIMLUN-WA
KLK-CY
KNM-WA
KNM-WB
KOMARK-WB
KOSSAN-CM
KOSSAN-CP
KPJ-WB
KSL-CF
LBICAP-WA
LBS-WA
LBS-WB
LONBISC-WA
LUSTER-WA
LUSTER-WB
MAGNA-WB
MAGNUM-CX
MAHSING-C2
MAHSING-C3
MAHSING-C4
MAHSING-WB
MAHSING-WC
MALAKOF-CM
MALAKOF-CN
MALAKOF-CO
MALAKOF-CP
MALTON-WB
MAXIS-CT
MAYBANKC19
MAYBANKC21
MAYBANKC22
MBL-WA
MBMR-WA
MENANG-WB
MEXTER-WA
MFCB-WA
MFLOUR-WB
MHB-CY
MHB-CZ
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-C8
MRCB-WA
MTOUCHE-WA
MYEG-CN
MYEG-CT
MYEG-CW
MYEG-CX
MYEG-CY
MYEG-CZ
N2N-WA
NEXGRAM-WB
NEXGRAM-WC
OCK-WA
OCR-WC
OMESTI-WB
OSK-WC
PALETTE-WA
PBBANK-C11
PBBANK-C6
PCHEM-C6
PENSONI-WB
PERWAJA-WA
PESONA-WC
PETGAS-CN

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

1.540
0.145
0.145
0.040
0.690
0.325
0.030
0.005
0.020
0.920
0.020
0.095
0.360
0.210
0.565
0.590
0.980
1.950
0.775
0.055
0.055
0.130
0.285
0.085
0.170
0.265
0.245
0.560
0.295
0.725
0.035
0.005
0.025
0.185
0.240
0.105
0.045
0.060
0.100
0.035
0.155
1.600
0.015
0.165
0.045
0.065
0.055
0.170
0.035
0.075
0.030
0.010
0.005
0.005
0.085
0.500
0.025
0.020
0.025
0.025
0.070
0.040
0.145
1.380
0.010
0.710
0.140
0.065
0.140
0.140
0.015
0.130
0.755
0.020
0.325
0.585
0.395
0.175
0.035
0.035
0.300
0.075
0.125
0.125
0.190
0.255
0.145
0.065
0.080
0.070
0.120
0.110
0.110
0.045
0.020
0.140
0.380
0.150
0.250
0.130
0.690
0.250
0.160
0.065
0.285
0.005
0.030
0.155
0.130
0.565
1.320
0.050
0.235
0.100
0.140
0.125
0.095
0.130
0.010
0.320
0.160
0.040
0.075
0.095
0.105
0.420
0.015
0.025
0.225
0.090
0.105
0.270
0.040
0.265
0.215
0.045
0.285
0.020
0.175
0.160

-0.040
-0.010
Unch
-0.015
0.005
-0.010
0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.015
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
0.005
-0.010
Unch
0.040
0.020
-0.010
-0.010
-0.010
-0.025
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
-0.030
-0.010
-0.005
-0.060
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.015
Unch
0.015
0.005
0.005
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.010
Unch
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
0.005
-0.005
-0.020
-0.010
Unch
-0.005
0.005
0.005
-0.005
Unch
-0.010
-0.050
-0.035
-0.005
-0.005
-0.025
0.010
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
0.005
-0.020
Unch
0.010
0.010
-0.005
Unch
0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
Unch
0.005
0.005
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Unch
-0.010
0.005
-0.010
-0.005
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-0.010
-0.020
-0.010
-0.005
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Unch
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Unch
-0.010
-0.050
0.005
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Unch
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
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-0.020
-0.005
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Unch
-0.005
-0.005
0.005
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Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.020
0.005
-0.010
Unch
Unch
Unch

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
1434.3
20
133.5
5.7
100
96.5
50.7
50
20
388.3
978.2
350
54.9
250.2
14256.4
10
4702.5
5
114.9
2425.1
70
711
3533.6
200
20
196.5
20
10
20
270.3
4186.3
57
2217.1
363.2
5.1
475
89.5
1602
75
20
120
130.3
240
4
50
35
738.4
20
30
381.9
1911.5
550
610
325
3640
321
1791
400
3638.5
2080.1
180.7
25
31
56.2
750
71
30
393.6
224.1
11
30
70
85.1
1199.1
2.4
25.1
101.7
5
160
10
25
40
150
728
55
815.8
201.1
1202
389.5
1985.1
200
120.1
135
3520.5
50
20.5
83.2
367.5
551.5
1664.5
275.4
266
120
1160
336.1
80
591.3
60
156.5
316.3
374.1
875.1
21.7
1875.9
160
7647.2
655
6143.2
150
530
127.7
421.2
1576.6
47.6
62.5
10
289
12
895
200
7.6
5.9
50
205
75
232.5
857.6
50
336
2

8.060
514.05
0.415
0.090
7.730
1.020
4.290
4.290
4.290
1.180
0.275
0.275
0.850
0.390
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,932
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
11,933
1.750
0.005
0.055
0.590
0.800
3.400
3.400
3.400
3.070
3.070
3.070
3.070
0.050
0.660
4.430
4.430
4.430
2.440
0.235
0.405
0.095
0.590
0.590
0.590
0.590
2.310
1.280
1.280
1.280
1.280
2.390
2.390
2.390
2.280
0.050
1.850
23.499
0.420
0.420
0.380
6.240
6.240
4.310
1.130
1.350
1.610
1.610
0.740
0.070
0.070
1.010
2.350
1.630
1.630
1.630
1.630
1.630
1.670
1.670
1.670
1.670
0.610
6.300
8.000
8.000
8.000
1.030
2.440
0.835
0.225
2.060
1.540
1.020
1.020
0.635
7.530
7.530
7.530
7.530
1.390
2.900
0.090
0.620
2.370
2.370
1.290
1.290
1.290
0.095
2.020
2.020
2.020
2.020
2.020
2.020
0.820
0.050
0.050
0.805
0.365
0.505
1.560
0.060
19.799
19.799
6.660
0.710
0.105
0.395
22.200

7.960
462.98
0.800
0.340
5.000
1.560
4.780
6.100
6.000
0.250
0.690
0.500
0.600
0.180
22,400
23,200
21,800
19,800
23,000
20,600
18,600
20,000
21,400
18,000
19,400
20,800
19,000
21,800
19,600
22,400
2.000
0.160
0.180
1.410
1.000
3.450
3.500
3.700
2.704
3.500
2.800
1.600
0.100
1.000
5.000
4.800
4.700
2.100
0.800
0.750
0.100
0.790
0.950
0.920
0.600
2.280
2.000
1.600
1.700
1.500
2.300
3.053
2.200
0.880
0.100
1.680
24.10
0.980
1.000
0.300
9.000
6.600
4.010
1.400
1.000
1.000
1.250
1.000
0.100
0.100
0.900
2.500
1.450
1.500
1.500
1.440
2.100
1.600
1.600
1.700
1.700
1.000
6.300
8.600
9.000
8.150
0.800
3.200
1.000
0.130
2.220
2.060
0.900
1.000
0.500
9.500
8.600
7.800
7.500
1.090
1.890
0.100
0.500
2.100
2.100
1.220
1.350
2.300
0.890
1.225
1.775
2.350
1.900
2.150
2.000
0.320
0.260
0.100
0.710
0.500
0.500
1.800
0.040
20.000
18.000
6.900
0.600
1.000
0.250
21.200

PRM
(%)
17.87
0.22
127.71
322.22
0.39
84.80
17.72
43.01
43.59
-0.85
158.18
116.36
12.94
0.00
91.97
98.86
90.07
80.62
98.58
73.04
56.28
68.59
81.47
51.48
63.84
76.29
61.06
86.90
66.47
93.17
17.29
3,200
272.73
170.34
55.00
7.65
8.24
12.35
3.71
18.57
7.36
4.23
130.00
76.52
17.95
15.69
10.44
6.97
255.32
103.70
36.84
37.29
62.71
57.20
16.10
20.35
64.06
28.13
41.60
23.05
7.95
34.45
10.25
-0.88
120.00
29.19
11.49
148.81
171.43
15.79
47.60
15.56
10.56
25.66
-1.85
-1.55
2.17
58.78
92.86
92.86
18.81
12.77
-3.37
3.53
9.51
3.99
37.73
7.49
2.99
10.18
12.57
81.97
5.24
8.91
14.75
9.23
14.56
37.30
49.70
15.56
41.26
50.00
3.92
10.78
23.62
26.63
16.60
11.82
8.23
19.06
10.69
66.67
18.55
-2.95
6.33
13.95
23.06
88.37
847.37
0.25
3.71
25.25
8.17
19.13
17.20
-9.76
450.00
150.00
16.15
61.64
19.80
32.69
33.33
9.72
-0.40
6.98
24.65
871.43
7.59
4.14

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

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China Shanghai edge up as strength


in transport shares osets property
decline
SHANGHAI: China stocks rose slightly
yesterday, as transportation and raw
material shares were firm on the back
of Beijings plan to revive its struggling
northeast rust belt, offsetting falls in real
estate stocks.
The CSI 300 Index, which tracks
the largest listed companies trading in
Shanghai and Shenzhen, rose 0.15% to
3,341.83 points. The Shanghai Composite
Index also gained 0.16% to 3,089.71.
China has rolled out a plan to revive its
northeast rust belt over the next three years,
including 127 major investment projects.
The government has also unveiled detailed
plans to lower business costs in the next
several years to aid a slowing economy.
Transportation and raw material shares
rose. The healthcare sector wase also firm.
But the property sector fell 0.6%.
Gains for healthcare stocks came in
the wake of reports in the Chinese media
yesterday that president Xi Jinping spoke
about healthcare at a national conference
on the weekend.
Xiao Shijun, an analyst at Guodu Securities
in Beijing, said mainland indices are unlikely
to have sharp moves in the near term.
The overall tone of the market will
remain stable, Xiao said, predicting it will
remain calm ahead of the Group of Twenty

summit in Hangzhou in early September.


Chinas benchmark 10-year government
bond yields rebound marginally from
multiple-year lows, but still hover at a level
that is the lowest since January 2009.
Lower bond yields, while reflecting
easing expectations, also make those highdividend blue-chips a bit more attractive,
analysts said.
Hong Kong shares were roughly flat
yesterday as investors awaited clues on US
monetary policies from the coming annual
conference of the US Federal Reserve (Fed).
The Hang Seng Index was unchanged
at 22,998.93 points, while the China
Enterprises Index lost 0.2% to 9,586.99.
The Hong Kong markets upward
momentum appears to have lost some
steam over the past few sessions after the
main indexes hit nine-month highs.
Many investors still doubt the US will
lift rates anytime soon, so a hawkish tone
from Fed chair Janet Yellen would challenge
that assumption.
Almost all sectors in Hong Kong fell
yesterday, with information technology
and industrial shares leading the decline.
Energy shares also weakened on lower
oil prices.
Chinese investment managers, taking
advantage of a significant step to open up
investment flows in and out of China, are
aggressively marketing well-priced Hong
Kong shares to mainland investors through
stock connect schemes.

Shanghai Composite

Hang Seng
Index points
3,089.71

5800

+4.90
(+0.16%)

4825
3850

US Wall Street little changed as


biotechnology oset energy drop
NEW YORK: US stocks were little changed
on Monday as a drop in oil prices that
weighed on the energy sector was offset
with a strong showing by biotech stocks.
Oil prices settled down more than 3%,
after touching two-month highs last week,
on worries about burgeoning Chinese fuel
exports, more Iraqi and Nigerian crude
shipments and a rising US oil rig count.
The S&P Energy Index lost 0.9%, its
worst performance in two weeks, and was
the worst-performing of the 10 major S&P
groups.
As earnings season draws to a close,
investor focus will shift to US Federal
Reserve (Fed) chair Janet Yellens speech
on Friday at the annual central bankers
meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to
assess the odds of an interest rate hike
in coming months.
Its oil and then weve got Jackson Hole
hanging over us, and there is always some
surprise that comes out of Jackson Hole,
said Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at
BMO Private Bank in Chicago.
The case for a rate hike was bolstered
by Fed vice chairman Stanley Fischers
comments that the US economy was close
to hitting the Feds job and inflation targets.
Traders have priced in an 18% chance
of a rate hike for September, up from 12%
on Friday. That measure rose to about 50%

28900

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+1.02
(+0.00%)

Mar 1, 2010

Aug 23, 2016

DAY
LOW

CODE

0.600
0.435
0.440
3.240
1.110
0.280
0.175
0.205
0.295
0.200
0.490
0.540
0.095
0.090
0.035
0.295
0.010
0.070
0.150
0.115
0.138
0.035
0.150
0.530
0.550
0.160
0.465
0.200
0.095
0.090
0.150
0.275
0.110
0.110
0.165
0.175
0.205
0.130
0.875
0.255
0.155
1.550
0.145
0.230
0.110
0.105
0.235
0.155
0.110
0.270
0.060
0.165
0.120
0.105

0.330
0.105
0.185
0.705
0.615
0.020
0.040
0.110
0.145
0.125
0.160
0.405
0.055
0.025
0.015
0.235
0.005
0.020
0.010
0.065
0.019
0.025
0.060
0.105
0.085
0.070
0.270
0.025
0.050
0.045
0.070
0.010
0.025
0.030
0.115
0.120
0.125
0.010
0.505
0.050
0.100
0.620
0.035
0.065
0.050
0.040
0.105
0.130
0.110
0.005
0.010
0.005
0.010
0.065

0.375
0.405
0.405
3.090
0.735
0.260
0.145
0.205
0.270
0.180
0.455
0.445
0.060
0.030
0.025
0.260
0.005
0.025
0.020
0.075
0.025
0.030
0.080
0.255
0.290
0.080
0.300
0.085
0.050
0.065
0.070
0.040
0.080
0.065
0.150
0.165
0.180
0.015
0.530
0.080
0.145
1.360
0.120
0.120
0.055
0.045
0.130
0.135
0.110
0.015
0.020
0.005
0.015
0.070

0.375
0.395
0.395
3.040
0.725
0.220
0.120
0.200
0.255
0.170
0.435
0.440
0.060
0.030
0.020
0.250
0.005
0.025
0.010
0.070
0.025
0.030
0.075
0.250
0.270
0.080
0.300
0.035
0.050
0.045
0.070
0.035
0.065
0.060
0.145
0.165
0.170
0.010
0.505
0.075
0.140
1.270
0.120
0.105
0.055
0.045
0.130
0.135
0.110
0.015
0.015
0.005
0.010
0.065

1945WC
8869CO
8869CP
8869WC
7088WB
4634CV
4634CW
4634CX
4634CY
4634CZ
7168WA
8966WA
7145WA
0007WA
0007WB
7134WA
0110WA
5256WA
7232WA
5270WA
0133WC
0133WD
5157WA
7073WA
7073WB
0055WA
7246WA
4197C3
4197C4
4197C5
4197C6
521817
521825
521826
521827
521828
521829
7155CA
7155WA
0117WA
0093WA
7103WA
8664CU
7143WA
1201WA
1201WB
5263CC
5263CE
5263CF
710610
710613
710614
710615
710617

WARRANTS
PJDEV-WC
PMETAL-CO
PMETAL-CP
PMETAL-WC
POHUAT-WB
POS-CV
POS-CW
POS-CX
POS-CY
POS-CZ
PRG-WA
PRLEXUS-WA
PSIPTEK-WA
PUC-WA
PUC-WB
PWF-WA
RA-WA
REACH-WA
RESINTC-WA
RSENA-WA
SANICHI-WC
SANICHI-WD
SAUDEE-WA
SEACERA-WA
SEACERA-WB
SERSOL-WA
SIGN-WA
SIME-C3
SIME-C4
SIME-C5
SIME-C6
SKPETROC17
SKPETROC25
SKPETROC26
SKPETROC27
SKPETROC28
SKPETROC29
SKPRES-CA
SKPRES-WA
SMRT-WA
SOLUTN-WA
SPRITZER-WA
SPSETIA-CU
STONE-WA
SUMATEC-WA
SUMATEC-WB
SUNCON-CC
SUNCON-CE
SUNCON-CF
SUPERMX-C10
SUPERMX-C13
SUPERMX-C14
SUPERMX-C15
SUPERMX-C17

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.375
0.395
0.405
3.050
0.730
0.230
0.125
0.205
0.260
0.175
0.450
0.440
0.060
0.030
0.025
0.260
0.005
0.025
0.010
0.075
0.025
0.030
0.080
0.255
0.290
0.080
0.300
0.045
0.050
0.050
0.070
0.040
0.075
0.065
0.150
0.165
0.175
0.015
0.510
0.080
0.140
1.270
0.120
0.105
0.055
0.045
0.130
0.135
0.110
0.015
0.020
0.005
0.015
0.065

Unch
-0.005
Unch
-0.020
-0.010
-0.015
-0.010
0.025
0.005
0.005
-0.015
-0.015
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.005
Unch
-0.005
Unch
0.010
Unch
Unch
Unch
0.005
Unch
-0.005
-0.005
-0.035
-0.025
-0.015
-0.030
Unch
-0.010
-0.005
-0.005
Unch
-0.015
Unch
-0.025
Unch
Unch
-0.060
-0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.005
0.010
0.005
Unch
Unch
Unch
-0.055
Unch
-0.005

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
22
132
75
282.9
124
5004.4
5323.5
601.4
875
506
161.6
179.8
30
143.9
8.3
87
100
1275
11.6
3018.5
207
705
420.1
46
6.2
80
106.5
20013.5
20
4075.1
400
4949.1
6883.4
3407.4
937
108
2926.4
275.1
124.2
673.1
305.3
14.8
28
210
100
1220
114
110
20
210
133.4
30
1703.9
320

1.310
4.250
4.250
4.250
1.570
3.280
3.280
3.280
3.280
3.280
1.170
1.380
0.125
0.065
0.065
0.690
0.005
0.685
0.475
0.405
0.080
0.080
0.290
0.880
0.880
0.130
0.980
7.800
7.800
7.800
7.800
1.580
1.580
1.580
1.580
1.580
1.580
1.170
1.170
0.190
0.240
2.550
3.250
0.300
0.100
0.100
1.630
1.630
1.630
2.160
2.160
2.160
2.160
2.160

1.000
2.700
3.100
1.100
1.000
2.770
3.000
3.100
2.800
3.000
0.750
1.200
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.620
0.170
0.750
0.500
0.500
0.210
1.000
0.500
1.000
1.000
0.180
0.970
7.900
8.070
8.300
8.000
1.700
2.000
1.850
1.400
1.400
1.400
1.500
0.650
0.180
0.200
1.180
3.200
0.300
0.320
0.175
1.450
1.500
1.800
3.170
4.000
3.700
3.100
2.500

PRM
(%)
4.96
0.71
6.29
-2.35
10.19
-1.52
4.80
13.26
9.15
15.47
2.56
18.84
28.00
100.00
92.31
27.54
3,400
13.14
7.37
41.98
193.75
1,187
100.00
42.61
46.59
100.00
29.59
3.59
8.59
12.82
9.74
13.92
43.20
27.37
12.34
14.72
10.76
30.77
-0.85
36.84
41.67
-3.92
5.85
35.00
275.00
120.00
0.92
8.59
23.93
49.54
89.81
72.34
47.34
24.77

-23.15
(-0.12%)

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

2,960.37

-7.83
(-0.26%)

2,772.70

2445
1960

9500

Main Market & Ace Market Warrants


DAY
HIGH

18,529.42

11770

22,998.93

Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives


YEAR
LOW

10,403.79

Index points

3900

16310

Aug 23, 2016

YEAR
HIGH

Index points

25625 21,056.93

19075

Mar 1, 2010

Euro STOXX 50 Index

Dow Jones
Index points

3,087.842
2875

for December, from 46.2%, according to


the CME Groups FedWatch tool.
Biotech stocks received a boost from
Pfizers US$14 billion acquisition of cancer
drug maker Medivation. Medivations shares
jumped nearly 20% as the biggest boost
to the Nasdaq, and the Nasdaq biotech
index was up 2%, its best day since July
27.
Of the 479 companies in the S&P
500 that have reported earnings, 71%
have topped Wall Streets expectations,
according to Thomson Reuters data through
Monday morning. Earnings are currently
showing a decline of 2.3% for the quarter.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average
fell 23.15 points or 0.12% to 18,529.42;
the S&P 500 lost 1.23 points or 0.06%
to 2,182.64 and the Nasdaq Composite
added 6.23 points or 0.12% to 5,244.6.
Apple was off 0.8% as the biggest drag
on all three major indices.
Chipmaker Intersil jumped 19.8%
US$18.74 after a source told Reuters that
Japans Renesas was in the final stages
of negotiations to acquire the company for
about US$2.99 billion.
Advancing issues outnumbered
declining ones on the New York Stock
Exchange by a 1.01-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq,
a 1.19-to-1 ratio favoured advancers.
The S&P 500 posted 14 new 52-week
highs and no new lows; the Nasdaq
Composite recorded 102 new highs and
20 new lows. Reuters

Mar 1, 2010

Mar 1, 2010

Aug 22, 2016

YEAR
HIGH

YEAR
LOW

DAY
HIGH

DAY
LOW

CODE

0.160
0.180
0.430
0.385
0.345
0.275
0.080
0.560
0.115
0.810
3.490
0.315
0.765
0.460
0.080
0.075
0.160
0.225
0.470
0.170
0.060
0.250
0.380
0.115
0.125
0.055
0.130
0.320
0.085
0.120
0.110
0.060
0.150
0.165
0.250
0.130
0.240
0.285
0.320
0.175
0.150
0.125
0.075
0.130
0.165
0.080
0.515
0.165
0.290
0.280
0.100
0.870
0.085
0.135
0.215
0.120
0.450
0.190

0.090
0.115
0.060
0.045
0.140
0.155
0.010
0.170
0.100
0.360
0.600
0.105
0.300
0.305
0.010
0.015
0.035
0.070
0.065
0.025
0.005
0.150
0.020
0.055
0.030
0.025
0.015
0.135
0.010
0.005
0.035
0.020
0.075
0.090
0.085
0.080
0.011
0.022
0.085
0.020
0.010
0.010
0.030
0.105
0.105
0.015
0.195
0.055
0.100
0.130
0.045
0.497
0.040
0.025
0.110
0.005
0.300
0.075

0.120
0.130
0.070
0.050
0.185
0.170
0.030
0.240
0.115
0.395
3.440
0.295
0.675
0.445
0.020
0.015
0.045
0.070
0.070
0.070
0.020
0.190
0.105
0.075
0.085
0.035
0.040
0.145
0.015
0.030
0.040
0.025
0.085
0.115
0.090
0.085
0.190
0.210
0.240
0.060
0.035
0.020
0.060
0.120
0.155
0.045
0.380
0.070
0.180
0.185
0.045
0.570
0.060
0.125
0.195
0.005
0.340
0.125

0.115
0.130
0.070
0.045
0.180
0.170
0.025
0.220
0.115
0.390
3.400
0.285
0.660
0.435
0.015
0.015
0.040
0.070
0.065
0.065
0.020
0.150
0.105
0.065
0.065
0.025
0.035
0.145
0.010
0.015
0.035
0.020
0.080
0.105
0.090
0.080
0.180
0.200
0.220
0.055
0.035
0.020
0.060
0.120
0.150
0.045
0.375
0.065
0.180
0.180
0.045
0.550
0.055
0.110
0.195
0.005
0.335
0.115

710618
710619
7106C3
7106C4
7082WB
1538WB
5012CG
8524WB
534731
7252WA
7034WA
0101WB
8397WC
7285WA
7113C1
7113C2
7113C6
7113C7
7113CW
5054WA
0118WA
5042WB
514818
514827
514828
514829
4588CW
4588CY
5243C2
5243C3
5243C4
5243C5
5243C6
5243C7
7091WA
5005CO
0069WB
0069WC
7240WA
6963CA
6963CB
6963CC
6963CF
6963CG
6963CH
0066WA
6963WA
9679CX
9679WD
9679WE
5246CN
7245WA
0165WA
7020WB
4677C4
6742CS
6742WB
2283WA

WARRANTS
SUPERMX-C18
SUPERMX-C19
SUPERMX-C3
SUPERMX-C4
SYF-WB
SYMLIFE-WB
TAANN-CG
TALIWRK-WB
TENAGA-C31
TEOSENG-WA
TGUAN-WA
TMCLIFE-WB
TNLOGIS-WC
TOMYPAK-WA
TOPGLOV-C1
TOPGLOV-C2
TOPGLOV-C6
TOPGLOV-C7
TOPGLOV-CW
TRC-WA
TRIVE-WA
TSRCAP-WB
UEMS-C18
UEMS-C27
UEMS-C28
UEMS-C29
UMW-CW
UMW-CY
UMWOG-C2
UMWOG-C3
UMWOG-C4
UMWOG-C5
UMWOG-C6
UMWOG-C7
UNIMECH-WA
UNISEM-CO
VIVOCOM-WB
VIVOCOM-WC
VOIR-WA
VS-CA
VS-CB
VS-CC
VS-CF
VS-CG
VS-CH
VSOLAR-WA
VS-WA
WCT-CX
WCT-WD
WCT-WE
WPRTS-CN
WZSATU-WA
XOX-WA
YKGI-WB
YTL-C4
YTLPOWR-CS
YTLPOWR-WB
ZELAN-WA

CLOSE
(RM)

+/(RM)

0.115
0.130
0.070
0.050
0.185
0.170
0.025
0.240
0.115
0.390
3.440
0.290
0.665
0.435
0.015
0.015
0.040
0.070
0.065
0.065
0.020
0.150
0.105
0.070
0.065
0.025
0.035
0.145
0.015
0.020
0.035
0.020
0.080
0.115
0.090
0.080
0.185
0.200
0.220
0.060
0.035
0.020
0.060
0.120
0.150
0.045
0.375
0.070
0.180
0.185
0.045
0.550
0.060
0.110
0.195
0.005
0.340
0.120

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

Aug 22, 2016

VOL PARENT
EXE
(000)
PRICE PRICE
721.5
300
45
119
6
84.6
1496.1
150.2
0.7
12.6
79.9
2183.7
628.3
1420.9
1305
20
1885
110
332.5
60
100
15.1
400
2266.3
9448.4
2325.1
577.3
80
900
11862.4
17474.7
4713
595
476
125
100
10812.3
2793
13.3
1310
156.2
356.9
300
20
433
398.5
1585.3
435.9
7.9
117.9
285
26
3711.1
978.8
50
400
6.3
276.7

2.160 2.200
2.160 2.200
2.160 2.000
2.160 2.200
0.545 0.700
0.700 1.100
3.630 4.833
1.460 1.700
14.819 15.000
1.180 1.350
4.360 1.500
0.935 0.750
1.660 1.000
1.690 2.290
4.310 7.000
4.310 7.000
4.310 5.150
4.310 4.950
4.310 4.040
0.445 0.500
0.085 0.100
0.460 0.700
1.080 0.930
1.080 0.980
1.080 1.050
1.080 1.250
5.900 7.000
5.900 5.700
0.935 1.380
0.935 1.070
0.935 1.020
0.935 1.300
0.935 1.000
0.935 1.000
1.090 1.500
2.540 2.400
0.295 0.240
0.295 0.100
0.630 0.500
1.430 1.380
1.430 1.480
1.430 1.680
1.430 1.300
1.430 1.400
1.430 1.200
0.090 0.120
1.430 1.650
1.590 1.600
1.590 1.710
1.590 2.080
4.320 4.250
1.070 0.500
0.145 0.200
0.340 0.500
1.690 1.500
1.480 1.480
1.480 1.140
0.200 0.250

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

PRM
(%)
15.16
16.90
5.56
11.11
62.39
81.43
37.17
32.88
8.98
47.46
13.30
11.23
0.30
61.24
66.59
66.24
24.13
21.35
5.05
26.97
41.18
84.78
0.69
6.30
15.28
21.53
21.61
8.90
52.41
17.65
20.32
42.25
19.79
19.25
45.87
7.09
44.07
1.69
14.29
9.09
10.84
21.68
5.59
14.69
10.14
83.33
41.61
9.43
18.87
42.45
1.50
-1.87
79.31
79.41
0.30
0.51
0.00
85.00

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

30 Markets

WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 2 0 16 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Trading themes

Insider moves (Filings on Aug 22, 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)

AXIATA GROUP
BERJAYA AUTO
BUMI ARMADA
CAHYA MATA SARAWAK
CB INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT
CIMB GROUP
CIMB GROUP

(4,801,600)
500,000
(984,600)
500,000
(3,400,000)
(14,862,500)
34,159,200

DIALOG GROUP
GENTING PLANTATIONS
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED
HARTALEGA
HARTALEGA
IHH HEALTHCARE
INARI AMERTRON
IOI CORPORATION
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG
MALAYAN BANKING
MAXIS
MISC
MMC CORPORATION
PETRONAS CHEMICALS GROUP
PUBLIC BANK
S P SETIA
SAPURAKENCANA PETROLEUM
SOLID AUTOMOTIVE
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT TRUST
TDM
(DIPERBADANKAN)
TENAGA NASIONAL
TENAGA NASIONAL

(1,515,400)
408,200
(2,563,900)
351,700
1,513,000
281,900
1,000,000
(3,000,000)
(1,100,100)
(4,138,200)
981,300
(699,000)
152,740,400
904,100
(2,001,500)
(1,200,000)
(2,350,584)
910,000
(3,035,100)

TIGER SYNERGY
TOP GLOVE CORPORATION
UMW OIL & GAS CORPORATION
UNITED MALACCA
UOA DEVELOPMENT
YINSON
YTL CORPORATION

DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL
SHAREHOLDER

EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD


EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
DATUK LIM CHAI BENG
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
MITSUBISHI UFJ FINANCIAL GROUP, INC.
JAPAN
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
GEK POH ()
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
KUAN KAM HON @ KWAN KAM ONN
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
KER BOON KEE
EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

2,000,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN


(6,028,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(5,000,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
2,000,000 DATO TAN WEI LIAN
867,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,019,700) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
504,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
255,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,216,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD
(1,227,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD

SHARES HELD
AFTER CHANGE

TRANSACTION
DATE

1,342,778,066
127,647,320
361,633,400
124,530,727
164,324,720
1,393,308,336
709,959,683

16/8
17/8
17/8
16/8
19 & 22/8
12 & 15/8
9 - 12/8

647,137,004
101,764,400
1,453,264,022
120,831,500
866,927,608
689,005,100
83,014,427
390,382,573
117,626,888
1,537,839,305
632,161,012
293,518,511
152,740,400
702,075,050
469,539,110
161,676,363
870,613,116
9,067,836
354,355,300

17/8
17/8
15 - 19/8
17/8
18 & 19/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
16 & 17/8
15 & 16/8
10 & 12/8
16 & 17/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
18/8
16 & 17/8

141,222,500

11/8

837,341,082
382,504,500

16 & 17/8
16 & 17/8

396,499,900
110,864,546
123,088,100
13,817,300
95,411,300
108,071,900
677,075,347

19/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
17/8
16 & 17/8
17/8

Oman crude vs renery margins

Oman crude vs renery margins


Florida officials have identified a new area of Zika virus transmission through local
mosquitoes in a small area in Miami Beach, the second area in Miami-Dade country
where the Zika virus is spreading.

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


Sime Darby Propertys official launch of
Tournament Players Club (TPC) Kuala
Lumpur, the new brand identity of Kuala
Lumpur Golf & Country Club at Banquet
Hall, TPC Kuala Lumpur (formerly known
as Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club
[KLGCC]), Jalan 1/70D, Off Jalan Bukit
Kiara, Kuala Lumpur at 9am.
Symphony Lifes annual general meeting
(AGM) at Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur,
Glenmarie Ballroom A, Jalan Usahawan
U1/8, Seksyen U1, Shah Alam, Selangor
at 9.30am.
Global Oriental Bhds AGM at Putrajaya
Marriott Hotel, IOI Resort City, Sepang
Utara at 9.30am.
Fima Corp Bhd AGM at Bukit Kiara
Equestrian & Country Resort, Dewan
Berjaya, Kuala Lumpur at 9.30am.
RCE Capital Bhds AGM at Tropicana
Golf & Country Resort, Ballroom 1,
Jalan Kelab Tropicana, Tropicana Golf,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor at 10am.
Genetec Technology Bhds AGM at
Multi-Purpose Hall, 2nd Floor, Lot 5

Jalan P10/12, Kawasan Perusahaan Bangi,


Selangor at 10am.
Hua Yang Bhds AGM at Medan Selayang,
4th Floor, C-21 Jalan Medan Selayang 1,
Batu Caves, Selangor at 10.30am.
Asia Bioenergy Technologies Bhds AGM
at Menara Lien Hoe, Level 4, Persiaran
Tropicana, Tropicana Golf & Country
Resort, Jalan Kelab Tropicana, Tropicana
Golf, Petaling Jaya, Selangor at 11am.
Southern Acids (M) Bhds AGM at Setia City Stocks closest to year high
Convention Centre, Shah Alam, Selangor STOCK
HIGH
LOW
CLOSE
VOLUME
(RM)
(RM)
(RM)
('000)
at 11am.
POS-CX
0.205
0.200
0.205
601.4
Kumpulan Fima Bhds AGM at Bukit Kiara PASDEC
0.585
0.530
0.540
2636.4
Equestrian & Country Resort, Dewan DNONCE
0.280
0.270
0.275
5343.3
Berjaya, Kuala Lumpur at 3pm.
AAX-CU
0.130
0.105
0.120 71596.5
IJM Corporation Bhds AGM at Holiday GOODWAY
0.675
0.625
0.625
2229.6
0.105
0.095
0.095
655
Villa Hotel & Suites Subang, Victorian MRCB-C8
1.120
1.115
1.115
5.1
Ballroom, Level 1, Subang Jaya, Selangor ABFMY1
AEONCR
15.180 14.900 15.000
74.2
at 3pm.
FAREAST
7.880
7.570
7.880
12.2
Prasarana Malaysia Berhads LRT 3 KLK-CY
0.140
0.140
0.140
30
launching by Prime Minister, Datuk Seri IOICORP-C12
0.065
0.065
0.065
35
Najib Tun Razak at Stadium Melawati,
Shah Alam, Selangor at 4pm.
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.

Stocks closest to year low


STOCK

UMWOG-C4
EVERGRN
GENTINGC32
ARK-WB
HHGROUP
FBMKLCI-H45
DIALOG-C9
PERISAI
FBMKLCI-C42
TOPGLOV-CW
SUPERMX-C14
PETROCH-CG

HIGH
(RM)

LOW
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

VOLUME
('000)

0.040
0.910
0.290
0.030
0.340
0.060
0.030
0.215
0.090
0.070
0.005
0.095

0.035
0.885
0.265
0.030
0.335
0.055
0.030
0.205
0.090
0.065
0.005
0.095

0.035
0.905
0.265
0.030
0.335
0.060
0.030
0.205
0.090
0.065
0.005
0.095

17474.7
4959.2
550
0.5
235
7
70
5231.1
1
332.5
30
10

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

0.646
1.547

US

SWISS

BRIT CANADA BRUNEI SPORE

AUST

MSIA

CHINA

BANGLH

DENMK

UAE

0.989

0.989

0.958

2.9589

4.871

57.433

4.812

2.693

9,692

49.167

73.389

6.016

34.033

2.670

2.749

6.124

25.373

5.685

1.463

1.530

1.531

1.482

4.5769

7.534

88.839

7.443

4.166

14,991

76.052

113.520

9.306

52.644

4.130

4.252

9.472

39.247

8.794
7.753

STERLING

1.797

1.162

1.318

1.267

CANADA $

1.057

0.683

0.775

0.745

0.588

BRUNEI $

1.011

0.654

0.741

0.712

0.562

0.956

SINGAPORE $

1.011

0.653

0.741

0.712

0.562

0.956

1.000

AUSTRALIA $

1.044

0.675

0.765

0.736

0.581

0.987

1.032

1.033

MALAYSIA RM

0.338

0.218

0.248

0.238

0.188

0.320

0.334

0.334

0.324

20.531

13.273

15.056

14.468

11.422

19.421

20.308

20.315

19.670

60.7500

1.741

1.126

1.277

1.227

0.969

1.647

1.722

1.723

1.668

5.1519

8.481

100 DANISH KRONER

20.783

13.436

15.241

14.646

11.563

19.659

20.557

20.564

19.912

61.4960

101.23

100 UAE DIRHAM

37.133

24.006

27.230

26.168

20.659

35.125

36.729

36.742

35.576 109.8737

180.86

2,133

178.67

1000 INA RUPIAH

0.103

0.067

0.076

0.073

0.057

0.098

0.102

0.102

0.099

0.3053

0.503

5.926

0.496

0.278

100 INDIA RUPEE

2.034

1.315

1.491

1.433

1.132

1.924

2.012

2.012

1.949

6.0181

9.906

116.813

9.786

5.477

0.961

0.759

1.290

1.349

1.349

1.307

4.0350

6.642

78.320

6.561

3.672

13,217

67.048

100.079

8.205

46.411

3.641

3.749

8.351

34.600

0.789

1.342

1.404

1.404

1.360

4.1988

6.912

81.500

6.828

3.821

13,753

69.770

104.142

8.538

48.295

3.788

3.901

8.690

36.005

8.068

1.700

1.778

1.779

1.722

5.3185

8.755

103.233

8.649

4.841

17,421

88.375

131.914

10.814

61.174

4.799

4.941

11.007

45.606

10.219

1.046

1.046

1.013

3.1281

5.149

60.717

5.087

2.847

10,246

51.978

77.586

6.361

35.980

2.822

2.906

6.474

26.823

6.011

1.000

0.969

2.9915

4.924

58.066

4.865

2.723

9,799

49.708

74.198

6.083

34.408

2.699

2.779

6.191

25.652

5.748

0.968

2.9904

4.922

58.044

4.863

2.722

9,795

49.690

74.170

6.081

34.396

2.698

2.778

6.189

25.643

5.746

3.0884

5.084

59.946

5.022

2.811

10,116

51.319

76.601

6.280

35.523

2.787

2.869

6.392

26.483

5.934

1.0000

1.646

19.410

1.626

0.910

3,275

16.617

24.803

2.033

11.502

0.902

0.929

2.070

8.575

1.921

1,179

98.787

55.291

1,507

123.526

698.750

54.814

56.441

125.724

520.932

116.730

8.378

4.689

16,875

85.607

127.782

10.476

59.258

4.648

4.787

10.662

44.178

9.899

55.970

201,428

1,021.85

1,525

125.04

707.33

55.49

57.13

127.27

527.33

118.16

1,826

2,725

223.41

1,264

99.14

102.08

227.39

942.17

211.12

5.073

7.572

0.621

3.512

0.275

0.284

0.632

2.618

0.587

149.266

12.237

69.221

5.430

5.591

12.455

51.605

11.564

1,194

198,985 1,009.455

359,888
19,712

1.363

0.881

0.999

0.960

0.758

1.289

1.348

1.348

1.305

4.0318

6.637

78.258

6.556

3.669

13,206

66.995

16.621

10.745

12.188

11.713

9.247

15.722

16.440

16.446

15.924

49.1800

80.955

955

79.973

44.760

161,087

817.201

1,220

2.815

2.938

1.900

2.155

2.071

1.635

2.779

2.906

2.907

37.457

24.215

27.467

26.396

20.839

35.431

37.048

37.062

8.198

8.6941

14.311

168.754

14.138

7.913

28,477

144.466

215.638

17.678

35.886 110.8303

182.437

2,151

180.224

100.871

363,021

1,842

2,749

225.356

46.374

3.638

3.746

8.344

34.573

7.747

565.671

44.374

45.692

101.780

421.719

94.499

7.845
1,275

8.077

17.993

74.552

16.706

102.969

229.367

950.370

212.959

922.966

206.818

414.344

92.846

100 SAUDI RIYAL

36.376

23.517

26.675

25.635

20.238

34.409

35.980

35.993

34.851 107.6344

177.176

2,089

175.027

97.962

352,553

1,789

2,670

218.858

1,238

97.116

100 SWEDISH KRONOR

16.330

10.557

11.975

11.508

9.085

15.447

16.152

16.158

15.646

48.3200

79.539

937.901

78.574

43.978

158,271

802.911

1,198

98.251

555.779

43.598

44.893

3.941

2.548

2.890

2.777

2.193

3.728

3.898

3.900

3.776

11.6618

19.196

226.358

18.964

10.614

38,198

193.779

289.245

23.712

134.135

10.522

10.835

24.135

17.589

11.371

12.898

12.395

9.785

16.637

17.397

17.403

16.851

52.0430

85.667 1,010.165

84.628

47.366

170,465

864.775

1,291

105.821

598.601

46.957

48.352

107.705

100 HK$

HK

0.946

1.041

100 THAI BAHT

THAI

0.861

0.882

100 PHILIPPINE PESO

SAUDI SWEDEN

0.556

0.917

100 QATAR RIYAL

QATAR

1.090

1.364

100 NORWEGIAN KRONER

PHIL

0.705

1.419

100 JAPAN YEN

JAPAN NORWAY

1.134

US $

100 BANGLADH TAKA

INDIA

0.733

SWISS FR

100 CHINESE RMB

INA

222.753

22.408
446.269

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

W E D N E SDAY AU G U S T 24 , 2016 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY

FUTURES . MONEY MARKET . COMMODITIES

Money market

Index futures
Index points
1980

US Dollar

Long Rolls - KLCI futures

FKLI
Open Interest

1,680.00 90000

Klibor

USD Index

Index points

-3.50

18.00

(-13.00)

102.00

(+0.50)

Implied interest rate (%)


94.335

4.5

(-0.184)

94.25

1790

68000

4.75

1600

46000

-8.50

86.50

1410

24000

-21.75

78.75

1220

2000

-35.00

3.40

(Unch)
3.5

2.5

Jan 4, 2010

71.00

Jan 4, 2010

Aug 23, 2016

FBM KLCI futures closes lower


due to weaker cash market

Aug 23, 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 1,683.07 -8.00 75.1M
1,680.00 -13.00
5,286 45,224
192
Malaysia Derivatives closed yesterday lower AUG 16
SEPT 16
1,676.00 -12.50
1,330
5,490
156
weighed by the weaker cash market.
DEC 16
1,667.00 -10.50
38
288
3
August 2016 fell 13 points to 1,680; MAR 17
1,657.00 -12.00
3
53
1
September 2016 fell 12.5 points to 1,676 TOTAL
6,657 51,055
352
December 2016 declined 10.5 points to 1,667
FUTURES ROLL OVER
BID
OFFER
CLOSE
and March 2017 shed 12 points to 1,657.
-3.5
-4.0
-3.5
Turnover increased to 6,657 lots from AUG/SEP
Mondays 3,818 lots, while open interest rose FUTURES FAIR VALUE
DAYS TO EXPIRY
KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE
to 51,055 contracts from 43,826 contracts CONTRACT
16
8
1.02
0.97
0.05
previously. The benchmark FBM KLCI AUG
SEPT 16
39
5.51
1.84
3.67
finished eight points lower at 1,683.07.
ROLLS FAIR
3.63
Southeast Asian stock markets were
sluggish yesterday, ahead of a speech by US
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen on Friday
that could offer clues about a US interest rate
hike this year.
day. Consumer cyclicals led the losses, with
Indonesian shares closed down 0.2% Astra International Tbk PT falling 2.4%.
after falling as much as 1.4% earlier in the Agencies

Commodities

Aug 23, 2016

US dollar dips on Fed rate


hike doubts
The US dollar weakened across the board
yesterday, as investors shifted their focus
away from hawkish remarks on US interest
rates by US Federal Reserve (Fed) officials
and towards a speech on Friday by Fed chair
Janet Yellen.
The greenback was given a boost over the
weekend when vice chairman Stanley Fischer
said the Fed was getting close to its job and
inflation targets, prompting speculation that
a rate hike could come as soon as September.
But having hit a five-day high of 94.958
against a basket of currencies in an early
trade on Monday, the US dollar dipped 0.1%
to 94.335, taking it close to a two-month low
of 94.077 touched last week.
The US dollar briefly dipped below 100
in early trade before recovering to 100.165,
leaving it down 0.2% on the day. 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

96.60
96.60
96.60
96.60
96.60
96.55
96.51
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46
96.46

VOLUME

OPEN
INTEREST

1980

47.06

3450

152500

5075

(RM0.3423/tonne) 0.5475

121.25

2700

105000

3750

0.3650

87.50

1340

57500

2425

0.1825

53.75

1020

1950

2,577

Jan 6, 2008

SETTLEMENT
PRICE

SEP6
OCT6
NOV6
DEC6
MAR7
JUN7
SEP7
DEC7
MAR8
JUN8
SEP8
DEC8
MAR9
JUN9
SEP9
DEC9
MAR0
JUN0
SEP0
DEC0
MAR1
JUN1
TOTAL

Crude Oil

3,037

1200

Aug 23, 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

(-0.35)

10000

Aug 23, 2016

Palm oil sees third weekly


gain on tight supplies

(+34)

1100

Jan 6, 2008

0.0000

Aug 23, 2016

CPO futures
CONTRACT

SEP-16
OCT-16
NOV-16
DEC-16
JAN-17

LAST

2,836
2,666
2,577
2,541
2,532

CHANGE

16
31
34
34
31

VOLUME

199
2,076
20,558
4,861
5,777

OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST

6,524
26,552
64,985
26,825
30,786

1,338.80
(+1.20)

2,577

(+34)

1660

-946
-811
6
474
111

Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Friday


to post their third consecutive weekly gain,
boosted by tight supplies and expectations
CPO FUTURES
CPO/SOYOIL
of higher exports.
FUTURES BASIS (USD)
Benchmark palm oil futures for November INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER CURRENT
-110.67
SEP/OCT
170
on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives rose 0.1% to SEP/NOV
3 MONTHS AVERAGE
-89.79
259
RM2,577 per tonne at the close of trade, after SEP/DEC
6 MONTHS AVERAGE
-78.26
295
dropping more than 2% in the previous session. OCT/NOV
89
For the week, prices are up 2.1%, led by SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES)
MAY16
JUNE16
JUL16
gains yesterday when the market posted its SHIPMENT DAYS
404/391
362/368
394/388
biggest daily rise in more than 10 months. 1 - 10TH DAYS
575/563
555/566
571/561
Tight supplies and the anticipation of 1- 15TH DAYS
DAYS
792/786
711/717
820/818
good exports have driven gains, according 11 -- 20TH
25TH DAYS
982/965
881/873 1,014/1,005
to a trader from Kuala Lumpur.
FULL MONTH
1,252/1,233
1,111/1,130 1,283/1,273
Expectations of continued firm demand for MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD
APR16
MAY16
JUN16
JUL16
exports, together with lower-than-anticipated
1,301
1,364
1,533
1,586
output due to a crop-damaging El Nino this PRODUCTION
1,165
1,282
1,132
1,384
year that brings scorching heat and dry weather EXPORT
STOCKS
1,800
1,645
1,776
1,771
across Southeast Asia, helped push up palm
MPOB Palm oil physical
prices by close to 10% over the past two weeks.
AUG2016
SEP2016
OCT2016
The El Nino weather pattern typically (IN RM/TON)
DELD
2,790
2,800
2,740
hurts fruit yields across top palm producers CPO
PK EX-MILL
2,880
2,895
2,845
Indonesia and Malaysia, which account for CPKO DELD
6,134
6,035
6,002
nearly 90% of the global palm oil output.
RBD P.OIL FOB
2,964
2,935
2,822
Palm oil is expected to retest a resistance RBD P.OLEIN FOB
2,996
2,964
2,851
2,855
2,843
2,822
at RM2,651 per tonne, a break above which RBD P.STEARIN FOB
could lead to a gain to the next resistance MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE)
GRADE A
GRADE B
GRADE C
at RM2,761, said Wang Tao, a Reuters REGION
OER (RM/TON)
OER(RM/TON)
OER (RM/TON)
market analyst for commodities and energy NORTH
20.00% 651
19.00% 624
18.00% 596
technicals.
SOUTH
20.00% 660
19.00% 632
18.00% 604
20.00% 658
19.00% 630
18.00% 602
In related vegetable oils, the Chicago CENTRAL
Board of Trade soybean oil December EAST COAST 20.00% 654 19.00% 626 18.00% 598
SABAH
22.00% 634
21.00% 609
20.00% 584
contract fell 1.3%. Reuters
SARAWAK
22.00% 644
21.00% 618
20.00% 592

20.00
Apr 10, 2007

700
Aug 23, 2016

Oil slips as rising supply trumps


hopes for producer action
Oil fell below US$49 a barrel yesterday,
giving up part of Augusts strong rally, as
signs of rising supply outweighed hopes
that producing nations will agree steps to
support prices.
A Nigerian militant group, which has
claimed a wave of attacks on oil facilities, said
at the weekend it was ready for a ceasefire
and Iraq resumed pumping through a
northern pipeline halted earlier this year.
International Brent crude was down
42 US cents at US$48.74 a barrel. The
global benchmark rallied 20% between the
beginning of the month and Aug 19. US West
Texas Intermediate crude was down 35 US
cents at US$47.06.
On Monday we remain bearish on crude
oil, said Georgi Slavov, analyst at Marex
Spectron. Supply looks likely to increase
in the short term. 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

2,577
509.50
329.75
1,030.25
409.75
110.35
3,006
145.90
20.83
69.40

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

18,480
50
2.1390 -0.0065
1,338.80
1.20
1,114.30
6.10
697.60
3.60
18.99
0.13
12,350
-40
17,595
80

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

47.06
-0.35
1.4938 -0.0110
2.729
0.028
48.74
-0.42
431.25
-4.50

CRUDE PALM OIL


RUBBER
CORN
SOYBEANS
WHEAT
LIVE CATTLE
COCOA
COFFEE
SUGAR
COTTON

34
-5.50
-3.50
-5.00
-5.50
0.10
22
-0.50
-0.05
0.45

METAL & PRECIOUS METALS


TIN
COPPER
GOLD
PLATINUM
PALLADIUM
SILVER
ALUMINIUM
ZINC

ENERGY

Sen/Kg

1100

1700

900

1325

435.50

950

(-7.50)

500

509.50
(-5.50)

575

300
Jan 7, 2007

LAST PRICE CHANGE

Rubber - Msia SMR 20

Sen/Kg

700

Aug 23, 2016

200

Aug 23, 2016

Jan 7, 2007

Aug 23, 2016

Markets

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WEDN ESDAY AU G U ST 24, 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

RESEARCH: TAI TS [tai@bizedge.com; SUGUMARAN [sagu@bizedge.com]

KLCI 1,683.07

8.00 FBM ACE 5,434.43

FTSTI 2,850.43

100.38

9.24

NIKKEI 16,497.36

100.83

HANG SENG 22,998.93

STOCK

Index point

KLCI futures
KL Composite Index

1,683.07

(-8.00)

1,680.00

(-13.00)

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

AEM
SIME-C3
AMEDIA
AAX-CW
NIHSIN-WA
AEM-WA
FLBHD
NOVAMSC
HSI-C38
SIME-C5
MINETEC-WA
AIRASIAC37
KBUNAI
ASIABIO-WA
KRETAM
AMEDIA-WA

VOLUME
('000)

CHANGE
(%)

CHANGE
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

HIGH
(RM)

LOW
(RM)

23,819
20,014
19,984
15,083
11,674
6,595
6,141
6,095
4,703
4,075
3,550
3,423
3,121
2,835
2,805
2,201

10.00
-43.75
8.57
-3.57
-4.55
20.00
-8.77
5.00
0.00
-23.08
0.00
1.30
0.00
0.00
-0.89
20.00

0.015
-0.035
0.015
-0.005
-0.005
0.010
-0.150
0.005
0.000
-0.015
0.000
0.005
0.000
0.000
-0.005
0.005

0.165
0.045
0.190
0.135
0.105
0.060
1.560
0.105
0.980
0.050
0.035
0.390
0.055
0.025
0.555
0.030

0.180
0.085
0.190
0.140
0.115
0.070
1.720
0.110
0.980
0.065
0.035
0.400
0.055
0.025
0.575
0.030

0.150
0.035
0.180
0.115
0.105
0.050
1.550
0.105
0.925
0.045
0.030
0.380
0.055
0.020
0.555
0.025

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.

1,683.07
(-8.00)

1667.5

FBM KLCI falls on Sime Darby


losses, profit taking

1,674.51

1385.0

1102.5

820.0
Jan 2, 2008

Aug 23, 2016

900

600

300

Volume (mil)

FBM KLCI futures


CONTRACT

AUG 16
SEPT 16
DEC 16

SETTLEMENT

CHANGE

HIGH

LOW

1,680.00
1,676.00
1,667.00

-13.00
-12.50
-10.50

1,692.00
1,687.50
1,676.00

1,677.50
1,674.50
1,665.00

KLCI
POINTS

CHANGE
(RM)

CLOSE
(RM)

VOLUME
('000)

0.37
0.21
0.20
0.19
0.17
-0.13
-0.14
-0.17
-0.18
-0.20
-0.21
-0.26
-0.56
-0.88
-1.77
-3.55
-6.91
-1.09
-8.00

0.030
0.070
0.040
0.020
0.010
-0.010
-0.010
-0.030
-0.010
-0.020
-0.050
-0.020
-0.090
-0.090
-0.120
-0.340

6.300
7.600
4.460
14.820
8.000
5.000
4.690
4.320
1.690
1.580
7.730
6.660
8.060
4.280
5.660
7.800

2914.6
1170.5
2833.6
7407.9
3555.4
5500.6
7319.5
1040.3
4215.0
15097.6
1369.8
5628.9
1718.4
2256.6
12911.4
13890.3

FBM KLCI sensitivity*


MAXIS
KLCC PROPERTY REIT
AMMB HOLDINGS
TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD
MAYBANK
DIGI.COM
CIMB GROUP
WESTPORTS HOLDINGS
YTL CORPORATION
SAPURA-KENCANA
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED
PETRONAS CHEMICAL
GENTING
GENTING MALAYSIA
AXIATA GROUP
SIME DARBY
SUB-TOTAL
OTHERS
GRAND TOTAL

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

23.15

Daily top 20 active stocks

UNUSUAL MARKET ACTIVITIES

FBM KLCI & KLCI futures intraday

DOW JONES 18,529.42

Market movers

A healthy outside starts from the inside.


Robert Urich

1691.0
1689.7
1688.4
1687.1
1685.8
1684.5
1683.2
1681.9
1680.6
1679.3
1678.0

1.02

AAX
AAX-CU
IRIS
BORNOIL-WC
DNEX
M3TECH
AAX-WA
AAX-CV
BORNOIL
AEM
VIVOCOM
SIME-C3
AMEDIA
DBE
UMWOG-C4
ARMADA
SKPETRO
AAX-CW
KNM
AIRASIA

TURNOVER
(000)

CHANGE
(RM)

CHANGE
(%)

PRICE
(RM)

PE
RATIO

DIVIDEND
YIELD (%)

127,056.9
71,596.5
65,960.1
52,709.1
45,990.0
41,876.4
41,110.7
37,355.4
36,161.8
23,818.6
20,331.1
20,013.5
19,984.2
17,553.6
17,474.7
16,661.8
15,097.6
15,082.7
14,715.4
14,431.3

-0.010
0.010
-0.020
UNCH
0.005
-0.010
-0.005
0.005
UNCH
0.015
-0.005
-0.035
0.015
UNCH
-0.010
-0.015
-0.020
-0.005
-0.010
0.030

-2.13
9.09
-10.26
UNCH
2.04
-9.52
-1.72
3.57
UNCH
10.00
-1.67
-43.75
8.57
UNCH
-22.22
-1.92
-1.25
-3.57
-2.33
0.94

0.460
0.120
0.175
0.105
0.250
0.095
0.285
0.145
0.185
0.165
0.295
0.045
0.190
0.055
0.035
0.765
1.580
0.135
0.420
3.220

12.31

16.97

20.69

33.59
7.01

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.92
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.05
0.84
0.00
0.00
1.25

Top gainers and losers (ranked by RM)


UP
EITA
NESTLE
SLP
KESM
OLDTOWN
DKSH
MMCCORP
JHM
BKAWAN
GKENT
HEIM
KLCC

CLOSE

CHANGE
(RM)

1.300
78.920
2.320
7.950
1.860
4.600
2.370
1.420
18.080
2.510
18.620
7.600

0.180
0.160
0.110
0.110
0.100
0.100
0.090
0.080
0.080
0.080
0.080
0.070

DLADY
SIME
AJI
HLIND
CARLSBG
BAT
FLBHD
GOLDIS
AEONCR
AXIATA
PETRONM
SAM

0.030
0.030
0.060
0.065
0.035
0.105
0.070
0.075
0.040
0.080

20.00
20.00
20.00
18.18
16.67
16.67
16.67
15.38
14.29
14.29

FBMKLCI-H45
DAYANG-CT
JCY-CW
DIGI-C9
SIME-C3
UMWOG-C3
FBMKLCI-C42
KOSSAN-CM
AXIATA-C8
DGB-WA

DOWN
CLOSE

CHANGE
(RM)

59.520
7.800
14.040
9.260
14.980
50.200
1.560
2.500
15.000
5.660
4.280
6.800

-0.480
-0.340
-0.300
-0.230
-0.220
-0.180
-0.150
-0.150
-0.140
-0.120
-0.110
-0.110

0.060
0.010
0.005
0.005
0.045
0.020
0.090
0.015
0.085
0.010

-55.56
-50.00
-50.00
-50.00
-43.75
-42.86
-40.00
-40.00
-37.04
-33.33

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI fell eight points or 0.5% on


Sime Darby Bhd share losses and as investors took profit after
the indexs recent gains.
At 5pm yesterday, the FBM KLCI closed at 1,683.07 points
after falling to its intraday low at 1,680 points
Sime Darby shares fell 34 sen to RM7.80 with some 14 million
units traded. The stock fell after the diversified group said net
profit dropped to RM2.41 billion in financial year ended June
30, 2016 from RM2.43 billion a year earlier.
Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
Sime Darby also said it might raise about RM2.38 billion from
UP
CHANGE
DOWN
CHANGE
a planned placement of 316.35 million new shares at an indicative
CLOSE
(%)
CLOSE
(%)
RM7.51 each. The move is expected to expand the groups issued
DAYANG-CW
0.010
100.00
SUPERMX-C14
0.005
-91.67
share base, hence, anticipation of earnings per share dilution.
0.035
40.00
DRBHCOMC16
0.005 -75.00
Analysts said the FBM KLCI could be ripe for profit taking. DPS-WA
LIONCOR
0.020
33.33
FBMKLCI-H45
0.060 -55.56
JF Apex Securities Bhd research head Lee Chung Cheng said AMEDIA-WA
0.030
20.00
RA
0.005 -50.00
the indexs decline was mainly due to profit taking as well as HARTA-CQ
0.030
20.00
DAYANG-CT
0.010 -50.00
overnight losses in the US share markets.
AEM-WA
0.060
20.00
JCY-CW
0.005 -50.00
0.065
18.18
DIGI-C9
0.005 -50.00
It (FBM KLCI) is mostly on the downside today (yesterday) AMBANK-CW
0.035
16.67
SIME-C3
0.045 -43.75
due to profit taking. Going forward, I think the market will still PUC-LA
0.105
16.67
UMWOG-C3
0.020 -42.86
move sideways as there is no clear directions at the moment. IJM-C1
MAXWELL
0.035
16.67
FBMKLCI-C42
0.090 -40.00
The market still lacks the positive catalyst at this point of time, ANZO-WB
0.070
16.67
KOSSAN-CM
0.015 -40.00
Lee said.
EITA
1.300
16.07
AXIATA-C8
0.085 -37.04
Bursa Malaysia saw 1.84 billion shares worth RM1.74 billion
traded. Decliners outnumbered gainers at 579 against 263 Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
respectively.
UP
CHANGE
DOWN
CHANGE
Top gainer was EITA Resources Bhd while Dutch Lady Milk
CLOSE
(%)
CLOSE
(%)
Industries Bhd was the leading decliner. by Billy Toh
DAYANG-CW
0.010 100.00
SUPERMX-C14
0.005 -91.67
DPS-WA
0.035
40.00
DRBHCOMC16
0.005 -75.00
World equity indices
DOW JONES
S&P 500
NASDAQ 100
FTSE 100
AUSTRALIA
CHINA
HONG KONG
INDIA

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CLOSE

CHANGE

18,529.42
2,182.64
4,808.56
6,828.54
5,553.77
3,089.71
22,998.93
27,992.06

-23.15
-1.23
2.42
-30.41
38.72
4.90
1.02
6.52

INDONESIA
JAPAN
KOREA
PHILIPPINES
SINGAPORE
TAIWAN
THAILAND
VIETNAM

CLOSE

CHANGE

5,417.14
16,497.36
2,049.93
7,935.18
2,850.43
9,030.93
1,540.06
659.16

-10.04
-100.83
7.77
-46.03
9.24
49.12
0.82
1.48

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