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TUESDAY AUGUST 8, 2017 ISSUE 2467/2017

FINANCIAL
DAILY
www.theedgemarkets.com
MAKE
BETTER
DECISIONS Additional obligations loom
over 1MDB 3 H O M E B U S I N E S S
4 HOME BUSINESS

Mah to meet EU
delegates again
over palm oil
resolution
4 HOME BUSINESS

DBS undertakes
LOCATION
to vote for Hwang
Capitals capital
reduction exercise BLAMED
4 HOME BUSINESS

BNM international
FOR UNSOLD
reserves up 0.3%
to US$99.4b as at LOW-COST
July 31
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looks beyond financing and shift in
Chinese buyers for demand for poor uptake.
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Foreign buying on
Bursa halved to
RM151.2m last week
MIDF
23 L I VE I T !

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Buffett nears US$100b cash milestone
BMW thats best Berkshire tally hits record as big buys prove elusive
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MACC to summon key witnesses in FIC Kuching hotel probe
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian the investigation paper on FIC legations that the hotel was bought Moving towards ending
Anti-Corruption Commission the hotel purchase in Sarawak as at an inflated price, resulting in mandatory death penalty
(MACC) will be summoning key it only involves documents and millions of losses for FIC. for drug trackers
witnesses to assist in its probe into witnesses in the country ... We will The probe into the hotels pur- KUALA LUMPUR: The Malay-
Felda Investment Corps (FIC) [provide] updates [on] who will be chase reportedly began as the an- sian government has agreed
purchase of a posh hotel in Kuch- called ... it starts today (yesterday) ti-graft body was investigating to scrap the mandatory death
ing, Sarawak, according to a New and will continue until the end of FICs purchase of a four-star hotel penalty for drug traffickers, a
Grab makes Straits Times report on its website the week, he told the publication. in Kensington, London, between minister said yesterday, in a
yesterday. On Saturday, a former special 2013 and 2015. move cautiously welcomed by
it big Citing MACC chief commis- officer to a former Felda chair- A number of arrests have been rights groups. Parliament must
sioner, Datuk Zulkifli Ahmad, the man had his remand extended made in MACCs ongoing inves- still approve the decision, taken
report said the questioning pro- for another three days to assist in tigations on the two hotel deals. by the cabinet, to allow judges
cess, which begun yesterday, will MACCs investigation into FICs The anti-graft body also made a to impose sentences other than
continue till the end of the week. purchase of the hotel in 2014. number of visits to the FICs office capital punishment on drug
We are currently completing The investigation is based on al- over the last two weeks. smugglers, but it is expected
to do so. Datuk Seri Azalina
Othman Said, a minister in the
Prime Ministers Department,

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HOME BUSINESS 3

Location blamed for


unsold low-cost homes
Industry players also cite financing and shift in demand for poor uptake
BY A H MA D NAQ I B I DRIS offer better developments, such as these units, due to their inability itor the local property market, to Our project in Paka, for example,
Rumawip and Rumah Selangorku to meet the credit requirements. better coordinate the supply of saw oversubscription of about 10
KUALA LUMPUR: Industry players projects which are in high demand According to Syarikat Peru- low-cost and affordable housing. times, he said.
say the perceived slow demand in because they fit into the require- mahan Negara Bhd (SPNB) a While the issues pertaining to Abd Hamid said there is no
low-cost housing units is mainly ments of the rakyat, Ho told The government agency under the su- the housing segment should fall shortage in demand for SPNBs
due to difficulty in securing financ- Edge Financial Daily. pervision of the finance ministry under the purview of a single en- units, especially as applications
ing, unsuitable location of pro- The government had previously tasked with developing affordable tity, he pointed out that land is can now be done online, adding
jects as well as a shift in demand required that low-cost units make homes generally about 20% to still a state matter. that the empty units under its pro-
towards better quality projects. up at least 30% of development 30% of low-income buyers who At the end of the day, land is grammes will be filled once the
In July, Real Estate and Housing projects, but this has since been have been shortlisted for these a state matter and I am sure that respective state governments have
Developers Association president adjusted to include both low-cost low-cost units end up not being different states would have differ- shortlisted new candidates.
Datuk Seri FD Iskandar Mohamed and affordable ranges of homes. able to secure a loan. ent priorities. He emphasised the importance
Mansor said there were more than The policy has been fine-tuned Sulaiman said a potential solu- So maybe each state govern- of location for these types of pro-
100,000 unsold low-cost units in as they have divided the require- tion for this could be through ment could have its own imple- jects, pointing out that the Paka
Selangor, adding that an in-depth ments into [those for] low-cost having more rent-to-own (RTO) menting agency, but coordinated project is located close to Petro-
study is needed to address this and affordable units, said Rahim schemes, adding that he expects by a central body on the federal liam Nasional Bhds Terengganu
issue. & Co director Sulaiman Akhmady. more of such schemes to come up government level, he said. Gas Terminal.
Mah Sing Group Bhd chief ex- This is good, as at least the in the future. SPNB director Datuk Abd Ha- For the Klang Valley region, he
ecutive officer Datuk Ho Hon Sang property segment does not put The government has already mid Abu Bakar said the agencys said low-cost housing projects are
said the lack of demand for low- out as many low-cost units in the started with the RTO schemes un- recent low-cost projects have seen better suited for the suburban ar-
cost units could be due to a mis- market, because the demand is der PR1MA (1Malaysia Peoples good reception from buyers, point- eas that have convenient access
match in location and type of prod- actually stronger for medium-cost Housing Programme) and this is ing out the oversubscription of to infrastructure and amenities.
uct, adding that the government units or the affordable housing probably going to be the future the 229 units under the Rumah There are some projects that
should review its requirements for segment, he added. trend, he said. Idaman Rakyat project in Paka, are located north of the Klang Val-
low-cost houses. However, further efforts are re- Sulaiman also echoed the sug- Terengganu. ley, such as in Bukit Beruntung,
We feel that it is timely for the quired in addressing the issue with gestion by Second Finance Minis- We have consistently seen which did not sell well due to the
government to review the require- low-cost housing, said Sulaiman, ter Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani oversubscription in our projects, lack of infrastructure and ameni-
ments for low-cost houses to allow as the low-income group is facing of the establishment of a single as the locations of our projects ties such as public transport and
property developers to explore and difficulties in securing loans for government-related entity to mon- suit the needs of the purchasers. schools, he said.

Additional obligations loom over 1MDB


BY B EN SHA NE L I M second payment is due on Dec 31. payment was supposed to be for
1MDB claims it has enough funds 1MDB to extinguish IPICs call op-
KUALA LUMPUR: At noon today, to meet these obligations as well as its tions on 1MDBs energy assets.
1Malaysia Development Bhds other debts, via its asset rationalisa- Conversely, 1MDB claims that
(1MDB) five-business-day grace tion plan. Namely, the monetisation the payments were made to an
period to pay Abu Dhabis Inter- of its fund units held under Brazen IPIC subsidiary Aabar Invest-
national Petroleum Investment Co Sky (reportedly US$940 million) and ments PJS Ltd (BVI). IPIC claims
PJSC (IPIC) a total of US$628.75 1MDB Global Investment Ltd (esti- the British Virgin Islands-regis-
million (RM2.69 billion) will expire. mated US$1.5 billion). tered company was never a sub-
It is a deadline that 1MDB is 1MDBs statement last week im- sidiary.
likely to miss. In turn, IPIC is ex- plied that the money for payment is On top of that, IPIC also ad-
pected to impose punitive meas- available, but cannot be deployed vanced US$1.2 billion to 1MDB in
ures against the strategic invest- yet due to regulatory and compli- 2015. The money was for 1MDB to
ment fund additional interest ance issues. settle a US$975 million term loan
charges for the delay. Last week, Prime Minister Datuk from Deutsche Bank as well as an
However, the tardy payment Seri Najib Razak told Parliament estimated US$200 million for in-
alone should not scuttle the US$1.2 that the missed payment was due terest payments on the Goldman
billion settlement agreement be- to a technical matter. He also said Sachs-issued bonds as well.
tween the two state-owned funds; that the late payment is not expect- As part of the settlement agree-
as long as 1MDB is able to make ed to impair investor confidence in ment, the finance ministry (MoF)
the payment within a reasonable Malaysia. has to undertake a guarantee for
time frame. Nonetheless, the market will be all of 1MDBs future interest and
Thus far, 1MDB has indicated closely monitoring IPICs response principal payments for the US$3.5
that it needs at least another month if these technical matters persist billion bonds. This is a highly at-
until the end of August to arrange beyond August. It will not only be tractive arrangement for IPIC, ab-
for the funds to make the said pay- from investors with interests in Ma- solving it of the heavy obligation.
ment. While it did not provide an laysia, but investors who hold part of Thus, IPIC is expected to keep
exact date, 1MDB said last week the US$3.5 billion bonds that were the settlement agreement intact for
that the payment would have to be issued by 1MDB and co-guaranteed now, and come to the negotiating
delayed till, August 2017, due to by IPIC. table with 1MDB to discuss exten-
additional regulatory approvals. These bonds, issued by Goldman sions. This could mean extensions
Under the settlement agree- Sachs in 2012, are at the very heart of that stretch beyond Aug 31, when
ment that 1MDB had with IPIC 1MDBs troubles with IPIC. the country will be celebrating 60
in April, 1MDB has to repay IPIC IPIC claims that it never received years of independence since 1957.
the owed US$1.2 billion over two the RM3.5 billion worth of payments Being the sole shareholder of
payments. The first payment of from 1MDB. The money was mostly 1MDB, MoF will have to step in to
US$602.725 million plus US$26.025 consideration for IPICs undertaking settle the outstanding sum if the
million in interest was due on July to co-guarantee the bond issuance. technical matters could not be
31 at midnight, New York time. The Approximately RM1 billion of the resolved soon enough.
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delegates again over Ire-Tex names VP Saharun Nizam


as new chief executive ocer
BY E MIR Z A IN UL of the group with a 10.03% stake.

palm oil resolution


Ire-Tex has been in the spotlight
KUALA LUMPUR: Corrugated since April this year due to a board-
packaging services provider Ire- room tussle between its current
Tex Corp Bhd has appointed Sa- directors and the largest share-
harun Nizam Saharan as its new holder, Elite Cosmo Group Ltd.
chief executive officer (CEO), ef- Elite Cosmo has repeatedly
fective yesterday. called for extraordinary general
According to a statement to meetings to remove several of Ire-
European team agrees points in resolution not wholly accurate Bursa Malaysia, Saharun Nizam Texs directors and appoint others
joined Ire-Tex in 1999 and resigned in their place.
in October 2016, before being re- On June 21, Ire-Texs current di-
BY A DEL A MEGA N W ILLY the mandate will be implemented. appointed as vice president (VP) rectors filed a lawsuit against Elite
Malaysias biodiesel programme in April 2017. Cosmo and 19 others, to seek for,
KUALA LUMPUR: Plantation In- calls for raising the minimum bio Last week, Ire-Tex saw Datuk among others, damages for conspir-
dustries and Commodities Minister content for biodiesel in the trans- Donald Lim Siang Chai, former acy to injure, breach of duty care
Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong said he port sector to 10%, or B10, and in deputy finance minister who is cur- towards the directors, and a decla-
will be having another meeting with the industrial sector to 7%, or B7. rently the chairman of property de- ration that the proposed resolution
European Union (EU) delegates, led The biodiesel mandate currently veloper Jiankun International Bhd, to remove the current directors was
by Ambassador Maria Castillo Fer- stands at a minimum bio content emerge as a substantial shareholder not in Ire-Texs best interest.
nandez, to iron out issues relating of 7% for the transportation sector.
to the EUs resolution on palm oil. There is as yet no mandated mini-
Mah said he met Fernandez, mum for industry.
who is also the head of the EU del-
egation to Malaysia, two weeks ago
Mah said there was still appre-
hension among stakeholders, es-
BNM international reserves up 0.3%
and she had agreed to meet with pecially car manufacturers and to US$99.4b as at July 31
him and the other EU ambassa- distributors, who have voiced their
dors sometime next month. The EU Mah: They will be having more discussions concern over warranty-related is- KUALA LUMPUR: The internation- Its International Monetary
Commission has also officially writ- on this issue until they nalise it as a sues as the blend that uses 10% al reserves of Bank Negara Malay- Fund reserves position remained
ten to him on the matter through legislation. Photo by Patrick Goh palm oil from the current 7% could sia (BNM) grew 0.3% to US$99.4 at US$800 million, while special
Fernandez, he said. cause severe engine damages. billion (RM427 billion) as at July drawing rights were at US$1.1 bil-
I will be meeting them (EU For the past few years and es- 31 this year, from US$99.1 billion lion. Gold also stayed at US$1.5
Commission and members of the enter the EU market. pecially this year, MPOB together on July 14. billion of the international re-
European Parliament) again. They [In terms of the EUs resolution with [various industry players] have The reserves position is suffi- serves, but other reserves assets
agreed that several points in the on the commodity], I totally agree conducted many tests and results cient to finance 7.9 months of re- slid to US$3 billion from US$3.3
resolution are not wholly accurate. on this part (sustainable certifica- have come out positive, showing tained imports and is 1.1 times the billion on July 14.
They will be having more dis- tion) this is why we are pushing that B10 biodiesel will not affect an short-term external debt, the central Total assets as at July 31 stood
cussions on this issue until they for the MSPO (Malaysian Sustaina- engines performance, Mah said. bank said in a statement yesterday. at RM453.85 billion, up from
finalise it as legislation, Mah told ble Palm Oil) certification, he said. He cited successful initiatives Foreign currency reserves RM453.82 billion on June 14, ac-
reporters at the first Palm Biodiesel The mandatory timeline for such as the expedition to Cameron comprised the biggest portion cording to BNMs data.
Conference yesterday. plantation industries already pos- Highlands at end-March 2016 in- of reserves at US$93 billion, up Currenc y in circulation
Malaysia is sending six law- sessing the Roundtable on Sustain- volving seven different diesel-pow- from US$92.4 billion on July 14. amounted to RM100.76 billion.
makers to Europe in September able Palm Oil certification is Dec ered vehicle brands and the B10
to meet and gain the support of the 31, 2018, whereas those without Trans Borneo Expedition in East
EU members of parliament as well certification have until June 30, Malaysia in early March this year
as to defend the palm oil industry. 2019. Smallholders, meanwhile, as those carried out to address con- Transocean shares hit limit-up
The resolution targeting palm oil are required to get their certifica- cerns and promote awareness of
by the European Parliament calls for tion done by Dec 31, 2019. higher blends of palm biodiesel BY S A MA N T H A H O from 9.24am until 9.34am. During
the EU to discontinue the usage of The implementation of the usage in the transportation sector. this period, orders can be matched
vegetable oils in biodiesel by 2020 MSPO scheme, which began on Reuters quoted the Malaysian KUALA LUMPUR: Transocean within 30%/30 sen up and down of
on the grounds that they were alleg- Jan 1, 2015, is presently on a vol- Biodiesel Association as saying Holdings Bhd shares hit limit up the reference price. The reference
edly produced in an unsustainable untary basis. that the countrys biodiesel pro- after the stock climbed as much as price is RM0.635 and the upper
manner leading to deforestation. Meanwhile, Mah said the pro- duction for this year was expected 30 sen or 47.2% to 93.5 sen follow- and lower limit is RM0.935 and
I dont have the exact figure posed implementation of the B10 to be little changed from last year, ing the upliftment of Bursa Ma- RM0.335 respectively.
on how much our palm oil exports biodiesel mandate which is be- less than forecast at the start of the laysias dynamic price threshold Transocean shares have been
would drop, but I know that 60% of ing scrutinised by the ministry, the year because of delays in meeting mechanism on Transocean shares climbing since July 19, when they
EUs palm oil imports are used for Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) the biofuel mandates. between 9.24am and 9.34am yes- were traidng at 61 sen.
biodiesel and renewable energy, and various industry stakeholders [Last year] saw half a million terday. At market close, Transocean
and this is a large sum, Mah said. is not a matter of if, but when. tonnes of biodiesel production. Bursa Malaysia announced this shares pared some gains to set-
Additionally, the minister point- It is not about whether it will be Unless we move to B10 or B7 this on its website yesterday about the tle at 88 sen, still up 24.5 sen or
ed out that the resolution also high- implemented, but it is a matter of year, I imagine it will be more or less trading of the logistics firm: Kind- 38.58%, making the counter Bursa
lighted the need for a single certi- timing. Lets not rush. We will imple- the same this year, UR Unnithan, ly be informed that dynamic price Malaysias second-largest gain-
fication that would warrant only ment once we are ready, Mah said the associations president, told threshold mechanism on stock er yesterday, after some 130,900
sustainably-produced palm oil to in response to a question on when the newswire. TOCEAN (7218) will be uplifted shares were traded.

DBS undertakes to vote for Hwang Capitals capital reduction


BY A DA M A ZI Z together hold a 27.66% stake in entitled shareholders RM260.68 65.25% stake in Hwang Capital. a mandatory takeover offer in the
Hwang Capital, according to a fil- million or RM2.94 per share. The proposed SCR follows a company.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hwang Capital ing issued to Bursa Malaysia on The SCR will be executed by voluntary takeover bid in May The first takeover exercise
(M) Bhd has received undertak- behalf of the company yesterday. the cancellation of 88.67 million 2016 by Hwang Enterprises and brought Hwang Capitals share
ings from two shareholders DBS The SCR proposal will be tabled shares, representing a 34.75% stake Alex Hwang for the Hwang Capital price up to RM2.64. Its last ad-
Vickers Securities Pte Ltd and DBS to shareholders at an upcoming in Hwang Capital held by the mi- shares they did not own at RM2.65 justed closing price was RM2.61
Bank Ltd to support its proposed extraordinary general meeting. nority shareholders. apiece. on Sept 22 last year after
selective capital reduction and re- Under the proposal, Hwang Hwang Enterprises and Hwang They received valid acceptanc- which the counter was suspended
payment (SCR) exercise aimed at Capitals largest shareholder Capital non-executive chairman es of 85.98 million shares or 33.7% from trading as its public share-
taking the company private. Hwang Enterprises Sdn Bhd and and controlling shareholder Alex equity interest in Hwang Capi- holding spread had dropped to
DBS Vickers and DBS Bank persons acting in concert will pay Hwang Lip Teik holds the other tal, which was enough to trigger under 10%.
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Country Garden seeks more


diverse buyers for Forest City
It looks beyond the Chinese due to Beijings crackdown on capital outflows E&O
shareholders
BY MEL I SSA CHEOK in the Philippines, Indonesia, Viet- provide sales numbers for this year. world by volume, will be able to
nam, Thailand, Taiwan and Dubai Built on four artificial islands in Jo- produce materials for up to one approve STP2
SINGAPORE: Country Garden Hold-
ings Co said its looking to attract
between August and October, and
plans to invest an additional RM5
hor, near the causeway that connects
Singapore to Malaysia, the project
million square metres of built-up
area. In three to five years, these
land sale
customers from countries such as billion this year in Forest City. upon completion will house approx- facilities will cater to other external
Thailand and Vietnam as some Chi- This year, in the first half (1H), imately 700,000 people. projects beyond Forest City, Yu said. BY N E ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F
nese buyers, hit by capital controls, we did see a slowdown. I would The company currently has 15 Forest City was first marketed
have pulled back from the US$100 be lying if I said there was no im- sales galleries across Malaysia and in China with thousands of buyers KUALA LUMPUR: Eastern & Ori-
billion (RM428 billion) Forest City pact from everything but thats will add five more by end-August paying deposits for apartments that ental Bhd (E&O) shareholders
project in southern Malaysia. really why weve diversified our to promote residential apartment cost double the rate per square me- have approved the disposal of a
Chinas escalating crackdown on customer base, Country Garden unit sales. Country Garden expects tre paid by Malaysian homebuyers. 1.445 million-sq ft plot in the Seri
capital outflows this year has spooked Pacificview Sdn Bhd chief strategy to see diversification in its buyer However, since the Chinese gov- Tanjung Pinang phase 2 (STP2)
buyers seeking to invest in properties officer Yu Runze said in an inter- base pickup from 1H next year, ernment tightened capital controls, project for RM766 million. The
abroad, with some reconsidering view. Currently, there is no plan said Yu from Pacificview, a Country some buyers have stopped making land sold by its subsidiary
past purchases and others holding to slow down or stop the project. Garden unit in Malaysia. installment payments in fear of be- Tanjung Pinang Development
off on new purchases. Developers Country Gardens Forest City The developer has also opened ing held liable under Chinas foreign Sdn Bhd (TPD) to Kumpulan
that expanded into Malaysias Johor development, featuring thousands the first of six planned pre-fabri- exchange rules. The company has Wang Persaraaan (Diperbadan-
state to tap rising demand from Asias of residential apartments, has seen cation facilities to manufacture since ceased marketing Forest City kan) (KWAP) covers 20% of
biggest economy are now trying to less than 60 buyers asking to can- ready-to-assemble concrete struc- at its sales offices in China and no the net development land in
attract more non-Chinese buyers. cel their bookings out of the total tures such as staircases, beams and longer organises tours to the Johor phase 2A (STP2A) of the recla-
Country Garden said it expects to 16,000 units sold last year, according columns. According to the firm, project for potential Chinese buy- mation project on the northeast
open galleries targeting customers to the company, which declined to the first facility, the largest in the ers. Bloomberg coast of Penang island where
TPD has been granted the con-
cession rights to develop and do
reclamation works. STP2A, the
Malaysia
Smelting returns
Firms remain optimistic about 760-acre (307.56ha) projects
first phase, has a total gross area
of about 250 acres.
to black in 2Q 2H17 business prospects RAM E&O managing director Kok
Tuck Cheong (pic) said the go-
ahead from shareholders in an
BY A NETTE A PPA DUR AY extraordinary general meeting
BY AHM AD NAQI B I DRI S Within the corporate segment, 4.5% and 5.6% for 4Q16 and 1Q17 yesterday is a milestone towards
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia the agriculture and mining sec- respectively. realising the groups partnership
Smelting Corp Bhds second KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rating Ser- tor recorded the highest and most However, the agency said pres- with KWAP to develop STP2A. A
financial quarter ended June vices Bhd said firms remain optimis- improved index reading of 57.6, sures on profitability remain a con- special-purpose vehicle, Persada
30, 2017 (2QFY17) saw its return tic about business prospects for the largely driven by positive hiring cern for all the firms that took part Mentari Sdn Bhd (PMSB), has
to the black with a net profit of years third-quarter to fourth-quarter and business expansion intentions, in the survey, noting issues such as been formed for this reason and
RM9 million, compared to a loss period 2017 (3Q17) to 4Q17, accord- consistent with the recovery trend rising production costs and slug- will be owned by TPD and KWAP
of RM10.3 million in the same ing to the third successive positive in the oil palm sector. gish demand. on an 80% and 20% basis respec-
period last year, due to better sentiment reading of its survey-based On the other hand, the trans- That said, we highlight the pre- tively, he said in a statement.
contributions from its associ- RAM Business Confidence Index. portation and storage sector was vious negative profitability senti- Kok said the shareholders
ates and joint ventures (JVs). In a statement yesterday, the the least bullish at 53, in view of a ment among SMEs has rebounded approval reinforces the manage-
The share of results of asso- agency said the small and medium sluggish order book in some key sec- for this period, as firms generally ments direction and belief that
ciates and JVs recorded a net enterprise (SME) sentiment rose to tors, notably O&G (oil and gas) and expect to chart a higher turnover STP2A will be a major earnings
share of profit of RM300,000 a reading of 54 from 52.1 registered related support services, said RAM. in 2H17 (the second half of 2017). driver for E&O over the next dec-
in the quarter under review, in the survey for 2Q to 3Q. Corpo- For SMEs, the business services Going forward, corporates ex- ade. The sale of the land will en-
compared to a net share of loss rate sentiment stayed positive at sector was the most positive with a pect a build-up in inventory, which able the group to unlock the val-
of RM30.9 million in 2QFY16, 55.3, though slightly lower than the reading of 56.4 while the retail sec- will compel firms to price their ue of our investment in STP2A,
according to its Bursa Malaysia 55.8 recorded previously. tor scored the lowest at 51.6, due to products competitively, and a high- realise [the] capital appreciation
filing yesterday. It said export-oriented business- a weak outlook on retail spending. er production cost to exert pressure of the land and partially monetise
However, quarterly revenue es registered higher index values RAM said businesses indicated on margins. our investment in STP2A. [More]
fell 22.3% to RM307.9 million when compared with domestic-ori- a higher likelihood of undertak- RAM said the retail sector was importantly, it allows the group
from RM396.3 million a year ented firms, amid seven consecu- ing business expansion, increasing the most cautious about its pros- to further reinvest in the devel-
ago, mainly due to lower tin tive months of double-digit export hiring and greater capacity utili- pects for 2H17, amid prudent con- opment of STP2A.
metal volume sold. growth between December 2016 sation, in tandem with improved sumer spending on discretionary The proceeds from the land
Yet, cumulative six-month and June 2017. momentum in economic growth of items. disposal will be used to meet the
net profit is up 47.7% at RM21.6 funding requirements for STP2A
million compared with RM14.7 reclamation and infrastructure
million last year, though rev- works. E&O said reclamation
enue was down 11.2% to PIE Industrial 2Q net prot up 74.5% on higher revenue works for STP2A continue to gain
RM714.5 million from RM804.7 momentum since commencing
million. BY W ONG EE LI N activities, raw wire and cable prod- revenue growth for the rest of in early 2016, with completion
Market conditions are ex- ucts as well as trading activities, it this year. due within the second half of
pected to remain challeng- KUALA LUMPUR: PIE Industrial Bhd said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia However, it said a drastic fluctu- 2018, barring any unforeseen
ing as the currency markets posted a 74.5% rise in net profit for yesterday. ation of the ringgit against the US circumstances. We are targeting
and tin prices continue to re- the second quarter ended June 30, For the cumulative six months dollar, and shortages of labour as well a first launch of STP2A in 2019,
main volatile, said the groups 2017 (2QFY17) to RM10.7 million (1HFY17), net profit jumped 170.6% as electronic components will con- marking a significant new chap-
chief executive officer Datuk from RM6.13 million a year ago, due y-o-y to RM22.29 million from tinue to be the main factors affecting ter in the E&O groups vision of
Dr Patrick Yong in a separate to higher revenue, lower operating RM8.24 million, as revenue grew the groups revenue and earnings. creating an exemplar integrated
statement. expenses and reversal of slow mov- 32.2% to RM337.94 million from The group will continue to development one that takes
We are looking forward to ing inventory. RM255.61 million. strengthen its vertical integration pride in what has been achieved
completing the technological Revenue grew 29.6% year-on-year Going forward, with increasing of manufacturing capability and in Seri Tanjung Pinang phase 1
upgrade of our smelting fur- (y-o-y) to RM176.07 million from orders from existing customers maintain sufficient manufacturing that serves as a ready bench-
nace which will improve our RM135.89 million, mainly thanks to and on-going new projects with capacity to cater to outsourcing or- mark for innovation and stand-
cost efficiencies over the long higher demand from existing cus- potential customers, PIE Industri- ders from new and existing custom- ards to be elevated in [phase 2],
term, he added. tomers for electronics manufacturing al said the group foresees steady ers, it added. said Kok.
6 HOME BUSINESS T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Foreign buying on NEWS IN BRIEF

Cabotage policy exemption


means cheaper goods
Bursa halved to KUALA LUMPUR: The cabotage
policy exemption for cargo ship-
ping activities from ports in the
He was responding to a sup-
plementary question from Datuk
Rozman Isli (BN-Labuan).

RM151.2m last week


peninsula to Sabah, Sarawak Ab Aziz said a working com-
and Labuan Federal Territory is mittee comprising federal gov-
expected to lower the prices of ernment and Sabah and Sarawak
goods in East Malaysia. state government representatives
Transport Deputy Minister was set up to assess the effec-
Datuk Ab Aziz Kaprawi said the tiveness of the cabotage policy
exemption, effective June 1, was exemption, with the findings to
requested by leaders of the two be used in determining the di-
states. rection of the policy.
YTD inflow tally is nearing RM11b mark MIDF We are confident that the The government has also al-
Pan-Borneo Highway once com- located RM1.2 billion to upgrade
pleted will also reduce the cost the port in Sepanggar, Sabah to
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign inves- Weekly net ow of foreign funds into formed the FBM KLCI with a 1.09% of goods in Sabah and Sarawak, accommodate an expected in-
tors continued to buy Malaysian Malaysian equities since January 2016 gain in the week. alongside the cabotage policy ex- crease in cargo, he said.
equities last week, despite the sell- (RM mil)
Globally, the majority of equity emption and development in Sa- The cabotage policy exemp-
off seen in some regional peers, 2,000 markets remained rangebound for bah and Sarawak, he said during tion was announced by Prime
notably South Korea and Thailand, 1,500 the third week running. the question and answer session Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak
according to MIDF Amanah In- 1,000 The bolstered optimism from at the Dewan Rakyat yesterday. in May. Bernama
vestment Bank Bhd. 500 Apples impressive earnings
In a note yesterday, its research 0
pushed the Dow [Jones Indus-
team said foreign investors ac- trial Average] to extend gains for THE EDGE FILE PHOTO
-500
quired RM151.2 million net in the nine days straight. Despite some
-1,000
open market excluding off-mar- profit-taking activity after the ral-
ket deals which was half the -1,500 ly in technology stocks, the Dow
Jan 1, 2016
Jan 22
Feb 12
March 4
March 25
April 15
May 6
May 27
June 17
July 8
July 29
Aug 19
Sept 9
Sept 30
Oct 21
Nov 11
Dec 2
Dec 23
Jan 13, 2017
Feb 3
Feb 24
March 17
April 7
April 28
May 19
June 9
June 30
July 21

amount recorded in the prior week. and S&P 500 still gained 1.2% and
There was a bit of unease as 0.19% on a weekly basis respec-
international investors were sell- tively, it noted.
Source: Bursa Malaysia preliminary statistics
ing at the start of the week. None- In Asia, global funds continued
theless, the outflow was reversed to retreat from equities here last
by purchases from Tuesday (last vibrant, it said, with the average week, it said. Based on provision-
Tuesday) to Thursday (last Thurs- daily trade value (ADTV) rising al aggregate data from the seven
day), said MIDF. 11% from RM819 million in the Asian exchanges that we track,
Foreign buying peaked last prior week to RM895 million, but investors classified as foreign
Wednesday, it noted, following still hovering under the RM1 billion offloaded US$1.41 billion (RM6.03
optimism on Wall Street, boosted level for the fifth week running. billion), the highest attrition so far
by Apples impressive third-quar- Retail participation was pretty this year, it said. Padini registers Cambodian
ter earnings. active. Retail ADTV increased by a South Korea was hit the hardest,
For the month of July, cumula- substantial 37% from just RM648 with foreigners offloading US$733.1 unit for trading
tive foreign net purchases amount- million to above RM800 million for million net, the second-largest at-
ed to RM420.9 million net, the the first time in six weeks, it said. trition for the year, it noted. BY W O N G E E L IN 30, 2018, said Padini in a bourse
second-lowest monthly inflow CIMB stocks were the bene- In emerging Southeast Asian filing yesterday.
for the year. With seven consecu- ficiary of the highest net money markets, it said, the selling was not KUALA LUMPUR: Padini Hold- None of the directors, ma-
tive months of foreign buying, the inflow of RM9.27 million, it said, across the board, as investors tar- ings Bhd has completed the reg- jor shareholders of the compa-
cumulative year-to-date (YTD) though its share price underper- geted selected markets. Foreign istration of wholly-owned Padini ny and/or persons connected to
inflow is nearing the RM11 bil- formed the benchmark index with investors in Thailand remained (Cambodia) Co Ltd in Cambodia them have any interest, either di-
lion mark at RM10.8 billion net, a 0.3% loss for the week, indicating net sellers for the third week. The for 20 million riels (RM20,709). rect or indirect, in the registration
said MIDF. a buy-on-weakness stance among quantum of attrition gradually in- Padini said Padini Cambodia, a of Padini Cambodia, said Padini.
The YTD tally so far has also some investors. creased week by week as foreign private limited company incorpo- Padini shares have been on an
offset approximately one-third of In contrast, British American funds continued to invest large- rated in Cambodia on July 14, in- upward trajectory since February
the cumulative outflow from 2014 Tobacco (M) Bhd saw the largest ly in short-term debt securities tends to be involved in the trading this year, when they were trading
to 2016, it said. net money outflow of RM14.56 as they bet on the bahts further of apparel, shoes and accessories. at around RM2.38 on Feb 2.
Participation-wise, foreign was million, while its shares outper- appreciation, it added. The registration of Padini The stock settled 18 sen or
Cambodia is not expected to have 4.74% higher at RM3.98, giving it
any material impact on the com- a market capitalisation of RM2.58
panys earnings and net assets for billion. Year to date, it has grown

Malaysias trade to grow the financial year ending June about 57%.

10% to 20% this year JAG on traders radar as copper


prices strengthen
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysias trade Also present was Branding As- some extend is subject to the global
is likely to grow at a strong dou- sociation of Malaysia president economic trend. What you can do BY B IL LY TO H the support level for JAG shares
ble-digit growth of between 10% Datuk Eric Chong. is to be more aggressive in making was at 13 sen to 14 sen while re-
and 20% in 2017. The current outlook for the glob- sure that the country can ride the KUALA LUMPUR: JAG Bhd rose as sistance was seen at between 16
Malaysia External Trade Devel- al economy is positive as major stride. much as one sen or 6.9% to become sen and 18 sen.
opment Corp (Matrade) chief ex- international economic bodies What we are trying to do really Bursa Malaysias 5th most-active JAG shares rose with copper
ecutive officer Dr Mohd Shahreen have projected positive recovery is looking beyond our economic stock as China copper prices prices on the Shanghai Futures
Zainooreen Madros said the growth in global trade. area and expand the pie as much strengthened near a four-year high. Exchange. Reuters reported that
would mainly be driven by sus- Recently, the International Mon- as we could, Mohd Shahreen said. JAG extracts copper from elec- Shanghai copper came within a
tained demand in electrical and etary Fund has maintained its glob- Themed Sailing in Unchar- tronic components which it recy- whisker of its highest in four years
electronics, palm oil and petrole- al growth forecast at 3.5% as it is tered Waters Opportunities cles. The company subsequently yesterday after a rally in steel un-
um sectors. optimistic about current global and Threats in This Ever Changing sells the metal on the open market. leashed short-covering across met-
Overall, what we have seen is developments in particular global World, the one-day conference was On Bursa Malaysia, JAG shares als, before prices quickly retraced
that the numbers for the first six trade activities. launched by International Trade rose to an intraday high of 15.5 sen, in line with a stronger US dollar.
months have been very good. All Meanwhile, Malaysias total and Industry Minister Datuk Seri before settling at 15 sen at market Shanghai Futures Exchange
reports indicate that the next six trade rose by 22% to RM859.17 bil- Mustapa Mohamed. close, still up half sen or 3.45%. It copper surged more than 1% to
months will also see follow-through lion in the first half of 2017 (1H17) The BEC was co-organised by saw 36.47 million shares traded. top out at 51,060 yuan (about
momentum, he told reporters at from RM704 billion recorded in Matrade and the Branding Asso- Hong Leong Investment Bank RM32,555) a tonne, just shy of Feb-
the Brand Entrepreneurs Confer- 1H16. ciation of Malaysia, supported by Bhd head of retail research Loui ruarys 51,200-yuan high, a breach
ence 2017 (BEC) for small and me- Hopefully, next year we will the international trade and industry Low told theedgemarkets.com that of which would take prices back to
dium entrepreneurs here yesterday. continue with the trend, which to ministry. Bernama based on technical indicators, levels last seen in April 2013.
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PALETTE MULTIMEDIA BHD (+ve)


HOME BUSINESS
SHARES in Palette Multimedia Bhd (funda- from Trade House Atlantis Ltd to provide a
mental: 0.95/3, valuation: 0.00/3) settled half hardware platform for US$450,000 (RM1.92
sen or 6.67% higher at eight sen yesterday,
for a market capitalisation of RM27.2 million.
There were some 30.7 million shares trad-
million).
It said the hardware platform is to be de-
livered by Jan 15, 2018 and expects the con-
ECERDC inks RM9.9b
ed, compared with its 200-day average vol-
ume of 1.7 million shares.
The broadband solutions provider yes-
tract to contribute positively to its net assets
and earnings per share for the financial year
ending May 31, 2018. The stock is trading at
worth of deals with
terday announced it had bagged a contract

PALETTE MULTIMEDIA BHD


2.13 times its book value.
Valuation score* 0.00
14 investors
Fundamental score** 0.95
TTM P/E (x) - KUALA LUMPUR: The East Coast Economic Six local companies were also involved in
TTM PEG (x) - Region Development Council (ECERDC), yesterdays exchange of documents. They
P/NAV (x) 2.13 which oversees the development of the East are among the 165 projects which have
Coast Economic Region (ECER), has signed been facilitated through the benefits re-
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
deals with 14 foreign and domestic inves- ceived from ECERDCs incentives or TER-
Market capitalisation (mil) 23.96 tors involving investments worth RM9.9 AJU@ECERs Facilitation Fund, or both, he
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 319.53 billion, according to Bernama. said, adding that these investments worth
Beta 0.70 ECERDC chief executive officer Datuk RM15.6 billion constituted 15% of the total
12-month price range 0.05-0.09 Seri Jebasingam Issace John said the in- approved investments in ECER.
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation vestments are in key sectors such as man- More than 18,000 new employment op-
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength ufacturing, tourism, bio-economy and portunities are expected to be created from
& protability real estate. the total bumiputera investments, he said.
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have This brings the total committed private Domestic direct investment formed the
investments since 2008 to RM109.15 billion, core of investment in the region, account-
he said in a statement after exchanging doc- ing for 52% of total investments in ECER,
PLB ENGINEERING BHD (-ve) uments with the investors here yesterday. with a large portion comprising small and
Jebasingam said with the new invest- medium enterprises.
SHARES in PLB Engineering Bhd (funda- cial year 2017 (1HFY17), PLB Engineerings ments, the economic corridor is nearing Going forward, Jebasingam said ECER
mental: 0.15/3, valuation: 1.4/3), which trig- net profit fell 20.4% to RM2.55 million from its target of attracting RM110 billion invest- would continue to strengthen its integra-
gered our momentum algorithm yesterday, RM3.21 million in 1HFY16, on losses gen- ments by 2020. tion and connectivity with the Asia-Pacif-
closed 25 sen or 12.76% higher at RM2.21. erated from the waste segregation project. Of the new deals, Reuters reported that ic region through the implementation of
Some 540,700 shares changed hands, Revenue grew 18.5% to RM99.15 million the biggest is a RM5.1 billion petroleum high-impact public infrastructure projects
compared with its 200-day average volume from RM83.65 million, mainly contributed refinery complex that Hong Kongs Ne- like the Kuantan Port expansion, East Coast
of 11,517 shares. by ongoing construction and property de- wOcean Energy Holdings Ltd is planning Expressway (Phase 3) and the East Coast
The construction and property companys velopment projects. with Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn Bhd Rail Line (ECRL). These strategic projects
net profit rose 64.4% in its second quarter Going forward, the group said it will con- and ECERDC. This [refinery] will further are expected to spur greater investments in
ended Feb 28, 2017 to RM3.05 million from tinue to focus on its major business segments, strengthen the throughputs that will go the region once fully completed, and result
RM1.86 million a year earlier, due to recog- namely the construction and property de- through Kuantan Port, which has easy access in increased GDP growth, as well as greater
nition of a tax credit totalling RM929,000. velopment divisions. to China, South Korea, Japan, Australia and job and entrepreneurial opportunities for
Revenue declined 4.9% to RM47.33 million The stock has a trailing 12-month Asean, Jebasingam was quoted as saying. the locals, he said.
from RM49.79 million. price-earnings ratio of 57.59 times and is Kuantan Port Consortium is jointly The Kuantan Port expansion, which
For the cumulative six months of finan- trading at 1.26 times its book value. owned by IJM Corp Bhd and Hong Kongs is expected to be ready next year, would
Beibu Gulf Holding (Hong Kong) Co Ltd strengthen the ports position as the Gate-
PLB ENGINEERING BHD Valuation score* 1.40 on a 60:40 equity holdings basis, the news way to Asia-Pacific and contribute to the
Fundamental score** 0.15 agency said. The Malaysian goverment has growth of the port and maritime indus-
TTM P/E (x) 57.59 a special rights share in the consortium. tries, he said.
TTM PEG (x) 1.64 Meanwhile, Bernama quoted Je- More significantly, the 600km ECRL,
P/NAV (x) 1.26 basingam as saying that the new invest- which will form the backbone of infrastruc-
ments are expected to create additional ture for transportation, would further ensure
TTM Dividend yield (%) 0.51
entrepreneurial opportunities and over balanced and integrated socio-economic
Market capitalisation (mil) 161.03 4,000 jobs for the people in ECER, he said. transformation even [of] the smaller towns
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 82.16 ECERs transformation, the news wire across the region. This game changer will
Beta 0.54 wrote, had impacted the livelihoods of the connect two major ports in Peninsular Ma-
12-month price range 1.15-1.96 residents positively, with the creation of over laysia Port Klang and Kuantan Port
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation 140,000 jobs and 26,000 entrepreneurial and the improved connectivity is expected
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength opportunities across urban and rural areas to contribute an additional 1% to 1.5% of
& protability of the region. GDP to ECER, he said.
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have Importantly, ECERs investment growth As the region gears towards a new era
over the last 10 years has contributed signif- of development, the ECERDC would be
icantly to the overall gross domestic product reviewing current incentives and policies
(GDP) of the region, which has increased by to attract greater private investments and
REXIT BHD (-ve) RM9.7 billion, equivalent to 1.8% of the 3.9% deliver continuing transformation for the
GDP growth since 2007, said Jebasingam. well-being of the people, he added.
SHARES in Rexit Bhd (fundamental: 1.95/3, last year, as it recorded higher other income.
valuation: 1.1/3) closed 1.5 sen or 1.61% higher Quarterly revenue, however, fell 2.7% lower
at 94.5 sen yesterday, giving it a market capi- to RM5.1 million, from RM5.3 million a year
talisation of RM173.3 million.
Some 5.22 million shares were traded,
ago. Its cumulative nine-month net profit was
up 4.8% to RM5.3 million from RM5.1 million Cagamas issues RM410m bonds
compared with its 200-day average volume a year ago, while revenue improved 6.4% to
of 523,264 shares. RM14.9 million from RM14 million last year. BY TAN XU E Y I NG officer Datuk Chung Chee Leong said in
Its net profit for its third quarter ended The stock has a trailing 12-month price-earn- the statement.
March 31, 2017 grew by 4.7% to RM1.8 mil- ings ratio of 23.40 times and is trading at 5.22 KUALA LUMPUR: Cagamas Bhd is issuing He also said foreign investors contin-
lion from RM1.7 million in the same period times its book value. RM410 million worth of conventional and ued participation in the issuances signify
Islamic bonds to raise funds, which will their confidence and acceptance of the
REXIT BHD Valuation score* 1.10 be used to fund its purchase of mortgage local ringgit-denominated issuances, and
Fundamental score** 1.95 loans and Islamic house financing from of Cagamas papers in particular.
TTM P/E (x) 23.40 the financial system. We are also pleased that the companys
TTM PEG (x) 57.06 In a press release yesterday, Cagamas proactive engagements with foreign inves-
P/NAV (x) 5.22 said its one-year RM410 million scheme tors and continuous initiatives to promote
comprises RM180 million worth of con- secondary market trading of Cagamas pa-
TTM Dividend yield (%) 3.23
ventional medium term notes (MTN) and pers have been successful, Chung added.
Market capitalisation (mil) 166.16 RM230 million Islamic MTN. According to Cagamas, renewed interest
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 178.66 Overwhelming response received from among foreign fixed income investors was
Beta 1.43 investors for the issuance has enabled the due to Bank Negara Malaysias measures
12-month price range 0.49-0.94 company to obtain a very competitive to improve liquidity and trading activity in
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation pricing with subscriptions received from both the foreign exchange and bond mar-
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength various market segments including for- kets as well as to strengthen the financial
& protability eign investors, Cagamas chief executive markets infrastructure.
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have
8 P R O P E RT Y T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

HK housing burden IN BRIEF

Warburg Pincus-backed
ESR in talks to buy
Sabana REIT

grows even heavier SINGAPORE: Warburg Pin-


cus-backed e-Shang Redwood
(ESR) is in advanced talks to
buy struggling Sabana Shari-
ah Compliant Industrial REIT,
sources familiar with the pro-
cess said, in a likely first con-
Mortgage payment-to-income ratio rose to 54.2% in June data solidation step in Singapores
US$3.5 billion (RM15 billion)
mid-cap industrial trust sec-
BY SHAWN A K WAN tor. ESR, an Asian logistics
developer, has been conduct-
HONG KONG: Living in the ing due diligence on Sabana
worlds most expensive property REIT and is set to complete
market means having to set aside its talks in a few months, said
more than half your income as the sources. They, however,
mortgage payments. Hong Kongs said ESR has not yet agreed on
mortgage payment-to-income terms of the deal. Reuters
ratio rose to 54.2% in June, the
highest since 1998, figures from UK house price growth
Centaline Property Agency show. weakest in more than
The low affordability is the re- four years
sult of a steep rise in home pric- LONDON: British house pric-
es, which have kept soaring de- es rose at their slowest pace
spite efforts by the citys leaders in more than four years in the
to impose restrictions to cool the three months to July as house-
market. holds felt the pinch of infla-
A gauge of existing home pric- tion which was rising faster
es, Centaline Propertys Cen- than wages, mortgage lender
ta-City Leading Index, broke pre- Halifax said yesterday. Average
vious records last Friday to reach house prices in the period were
160.3. The index has climbed 11% 2.1% higher than a year earlier,
this year and has surged more slowing from a 2.6% increase in
than 50% in the past five years. lower now than they were two As the US Federal Reserve fol- ity chief executive officer Norman Junes figures and down from a
Debt-to-income ratios have decades ago, with average mort- lows on its path of increasing in- Chan has urged potential home- growth of more than 8% in July
surged in Hong Kong despite the gage rates that are less than half terest rates and Hong Kong follows buyers to consider the impact on last year, Halifax said. Econ-
fact that borrowing costs are far the level of 1998. suit, Hong Kong Monetary Author- mortgage payments. Bloomberg omists in a Reuters poll had
expected a 2% rise. Reuters
WeWork to invest
London home rents fall again after decade of growth halted US$500m to expand in
SEA, South Korea
HONG KONG: New York-based
REUTERS start-up WeWork yesterday
BY D ONA L GRI FFIN HomeLet, the UKs largest ref- introduction of a new stamp duty said it will invest US$500 mil-
erence-checking and rental-in- sales tax in April last year, boost- lion (RM2.14 billion) in South-
LONDON: The cost of renting a surance company. Rents across ing supply and leading to greater east Asia and South Korea in
home in London fell for the fourth the UK gained 1.1% overall, led competition for tenants. its latest effort to tap growing
month in a row, continuing the by increases in Northern Ireland While the pace of decline in demand for shared office space
first period of decline since 2009 and Scotland. London has slowed, the capitals in Asia. The firm, which pro-
as Britains exit from the Europe- Londons housing market is rental market still looks trans- vides workspace for users as
an Union rattles the UK capitals weakening as uncertainty sur- formed compared with this time varied as freelancers, entre-
real estate market. rounding Brexit adds to afforda- last year, when rents were rising preneurs and corporations,
The average monthly rent paid bility issues and new taxes, and at a rate of 6.6%, HomeLet said. said it will buy Singaporean
for new lettings in greater London the capital is now acting as a Home prices in the capital are peer Spacemob for an undis-
in July was 1,564 (RM8,746.83), brake on the overall UK mar- rising at the slowest annual pace closed amount, and that it will
a 0.6% decline from a year earli- ket, HomeLet said. Landlords in five years, data from research- retain Spacemobs manage-
er, according to a statement from rushed to buy homes before the er Acadata show. Bloomberg ment team. Reuters
TU E SDAY AU G U S T 8 , 2 017 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S C A L L 9

Engtex sees growth Land purchases to ensure strong


margins for Matrix Concepts
Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd The purchase price of RM57 mil-

from nationwide
(Aug 7, RM2.73) lion implies a payment of RM9.90
Maintain buy rating and a target per sq ft which is a bargain valuation
price (TP) of RM3: Matrix Concepts in our view, taking into considera-
Holdings Bhd announced the pro- tion the daunting task of negotiat-
posed acquisition of 21 parcels of ing with the respective small-parcel

piping projects
132 acres (53.4ha) of agricultural owners. This acquisition also makes
land in Port Dickson for RM57 mil- up 8% of the estimated potential
lion from individual landowners. GDV, which should ensure strong
We understand that the land par- margins for Matrix Concepts for its
cels are located next to its existing affordable housing products.
Bandar Sri Sendayan township. We maintain our buy rating
Matrix Concepts currently has and TP of RM3, based on a 30%
an estimated 1,750 acres (708.2ha) discount to our fully diluted revised
Engtex Group Bhd Engtexs order book of earnings from the property di- of land bank worth RM9 billion in net asset value of RM4.27. Matrix
(Aug 7, RM1.26) vision are expected to be flat un- gross development value (GDV), Concepts is currently trading at a
Initiate coverage with a buy call currently stands at til the launches of new property mainly concentrated within its vast bargain 7.5 times financial year
and a target price (TP) of RM1.60: RM175 million to be projects. On the hospitality side, Bandar Sri Sendayan township. 2018 forecast (FY18F) price-earn-
Engtex Group Bhd is the largest delivered in three to start-up costs of a third new ho- The proposed acquisition is ex- ings ratio despite strong earnings
distributor of non-oil and gas tel would weigh on the divisions pected to contribute an addition- visibility and a decent dividend
pipes, valves and fittings (PVF), four months. earnings. However, we are not al RM700 million to GDV, further yield of about 5% for this town-
plumbing materials, building and overly concerned as property and extending the vibrancy of Bandar ship developer. AllianceDBS Re-
construction materials, general hospitality contribute only 3.7% Sri Sendayan. search, Aug 7
hardware products and steel-re- of first quarter of financial year
lated products. With over 30 years ment plant project, Engtex has 2017 (1QFY17) revenue. The lion Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd
of experience, Engtex has a wide secured RM127 million worth of share of the groups earnings is
distribution network around the piping contracts from Phases 1 and contributed by the manufacturing FYE MARCH (RM MIL) 2017A 2018F 2019F 2020F
country. 2 and is looking to bid for more and wholesale and distribution Revenue 780 1,035 1,070 1,032
During the same period, Engtex jobs from Phases 3 and 4. arms that mainly cater for sec- Ebitda 277 316 324 310
also established itself as a domi- The Selangor government an- tors such as water and sewerage, Pre-tax profit 261 293 301 285
nant pipe manufacturer catering nounced its plan to build two water infrastructure and construction.
Net profit 188 211 217 205
to the water and sewerage sectors. treatment plants with a combined Overall, we expect FY17 and FY18
Engtex also ventured into produc- cost of RM800 million to be com- net profit to grow 5.3% and 18.7% on Net profit (pre ex) 188 211 217 205
tion of wire mesh to cater for the pleted by the end of the year and the back of revenue growth of 2.2% Net profit growth (pre ex) (%) (28.1) 12.5 2.5 (5.1)
construction and infrastructure 2019 respectively. and 7.9% respectively. EPS (sen) 32.8 36.3 37.3 35.3
sectors and is currently among the Apart from the new piping pro- Engtex has 133 million warrants EPS pre ex (sen) 32.8 36.3 37.3 35.3
top three wire mesh manufactur- jects, there is also the potential which will expire in October. Con- EPS growth pre ex (%) (29) 11 3 (5)
ers in Malaysia. for pipe replacement in line with version of the warrants could raise Diluted EPS (sen) 32.8 36.3 37.3 35.3
Being a leading integrated pipe- the governments target to reduce RM110 million to reduce borrow-
line systems provider and sup- non-revenue water to 25% by 2020 ings, expand production and fund Net DPS (sen) 13.7 14.2 14.5 13.8
plier, Engtex is a beneficiary of by replacing burst pipes. upcoming property development. BV per share ( sen) 179 199 222 243
nationwide piping projects from Engtexs order book currently We are initiating coverage of PER (x) 8.3 7.5 7.4 7.8
both the public and private sectors. stands at RM175 million to be de- Engtex with a buy call and a TP PER pre ex (x) 8.3 7.5 7.4 7.8
Earnings growth would come from livered in three to four months. The of RM1.60 based on FY18 forecast P/CF (x) 26.5 20.1 7.9 6.3
water and sewerage projects on company is bidding for another earnings per share with a forward EV/Ebitda (x) 6.2 5.8 5.5 5.5
the back of the ongoing expendi- RM340 million worth of jobs from price-earnings ratio of 10.2 times, Net dividend yield (%) 5.0 5.2 5.3 5.0
ture on infrastructure undertaken all around the country as well as based on the industry peer aver-
P/BV (x) 1.5 1.4 1.2 1.1
by the federal government under the Asean region. age. This translates into a potential
the 11th Malaysia Plan and state With the Amanja serviced upside of 26% against its current Net debt/equity (x) 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1
governments. apartments to be fully complet- share price. JF Apex Securities ROAE (%) 19.7 19.3 17.7 15.2
Under the Langat 2 water treat- ed later this year, contributions Research, Aug 7 Sources: Company, AllianceDBS, Bloomberg Finance LP

Malakoff s new agreement expected to improve earnings


Malakoff Corp Bhd Malakoff Corp Bhd
(Aug 7, RM1.04)
Maintain neutral call and a tar- FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015A 2016A 2017F 2018F 2019F CAGR (%)
get price (TP) of RM1.29: Malak- Revenue 5,302.0 6,098.4 6,056.9 5,866.2 5,803.1 2.3
off Corp Bhd announced that its Pre-tax profit 701.2 637.5 449.2 399.2 501.8 -8.0
90%-owned unit, Tanjung Bin Pow-
er Sdn Bhd, had entered into an Net profit 452.4 355.5 263.5 228.0 300.8 -9.7
agreement with IHI Corp Japan, EPS (sen) 9.0 7.1 5.3 4.6 6.0 -9.7
ISHI Power Sdn Bhd, IHI Power PER (x) 11.2 14.2 19.2 22.2 16.8
Systems (M) Sdn Bhd (IPSM), Su- DPS (sen) 7.0 7.0 7.0 4.6 6.0
mitomo Corp, Zelan Holdings (M) Dividend yield (%) 6.9 6.9 6.9 4.5 6.0
Sdn Bhd and Sumi-Power Malay- * lower FY18F-19F numbers due to lower SEV tariffs and expiry of PDP in February 2019
sia Sdn Bhd to resolve and settle Sources: Company, PublicInvest Research estimates
the disputes related to the previ-
ous operational issues at the Tan-
jung Bin Power Plant, according ditions. IHI is the manufacturer arbitration proceedings, based on
to the terms and condition of the and supplier of the equipment, the agreed terms and conditions,
agreement. parts and components of boilers which are yet to be disclosed.
Although it did not disclose and the boiler system at Tanjung Although this will be a one-off
the terms and conditions, and Malako has entered into an agreement with several companies to settle the disputes Bin Power. ISHI and IPSM provide gain in FY17F, we see this piece
the amount to be settled, we are related to the Tanjung Bin Power Plant, according to the agreement. services for the boilers and mills of news as positive for Malakoff
positive on this new development at the plant. Meanwhile, Sumito- as this will cushion the earnings
as it should help to improve its fi- mo, Zelan and Sumi-Power are the pressure from the unexpected low-
nancial year 2017 forecast (FY17F) earnings in the forthcoming sec- November 2016. The total claimed EPCC (engineering, procurement, er capacity payment from Tanjung
earnings. However, we maintain ond-quarter results owing to re- amount was estimated at around construction and commissioning) Bin Energy in the second quarter
our neutral call and discount- cent operational challenges. RM785 million as at November contractors of the power plant. of FY17, as well as lower contribu-
ed cash flow-based TP of RM1.29. To recap, Tanjung Bin Pow- 2016. This was due to 22 differ- Tanjung Bin Power will: i) enter tion from Segari Energy Ventures
While the potential upside to our er was seeking damaged claims ent boiler tube failure incidents into a consent judgement in the lit- in the second half of FY17. Pending
TP is still attractive, we believe from a few parties through a lit- at the Tanjung Bin Power Plant igation action on a strictly without further details of the agreement,
near-term sentiments may remain igation action in December 2015 and the inability of the plant to admission of liability basis; and we maintain our forecasts for now.
weak due to lower-than-expected and arbitration proceedings in meet certain required output con- ii) withdraw and discontinue the PublicInvest Research, Aug 7
10 B R O K E R S C A L L T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

SLP Resources sees Rohas growth prospects driven by


regional markets
Rohas Tecnic Bhd lines and substations. To a lesser

higher demand
(Aug 7, RM1.15) extent, the roll-out of 4G/LTE net-
Recommend trading buy with works in the country should also
a target price of RM1.41: Tak- complement Rohas telecoms tow-
en private in 2008, Rohas Tecnic er business. Although its RM150
Bhd made a comeback to the local million order book for the tower

for packaging
bourse via a reverse takeover of fabrication business appears un-
Tecnic Group Bhd in March this exciting at first glance, the contract
year. While Rohas core business has short delivery schedules and
of fabricating power and telecom- tends to be more stable and recur-
munications towers will provide a ring in nature thus providing it
baseline revenue stream, forward with a baseline revenue stream.
growth will be driven by engineer- Going forward, growth will be
ing, procurement, construction, driven by Rohas foray into the
SLP Resources Bhd SLP Resources Bhd and commissioning (EPCC) works regional markets via EPCC works.
(Aug 7, RM2.34) in Laos in addition to the proposed Already, it has secured RM300
Downgrade to hold with a lower FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017E 2018E 2019E acquisition of HG Power Trans- million worth of EPCC contract in
target price (TP) of RM2.62: SLP Revenue 172.4 168.7 181.1 199.2 217.4 mission Sdn Bhd (HGPT). Com- Laos, which will commence in the
Resources Bhds revenue for the Ebitda 37.6 35.1 28.0 34.6 42.4 bined, Rohas enlarged order book second half of 2017 (2H17) with a
second quarter of financial year Pre-tax profit 34.8 29.3 24.3 30.6 38.2
would balloon to RM850 million timeline of two years. At the same
2017 (2QFY17) increased by 2.5% and more importantly, the HGPT time, Rohas proposed acquisition
Net profit 27.2 25.4 21.1 26.6 33.2
year-on-year (y-o-y), but net profit acquisition opens up new avenues of HGPT will provide it a foothold
decreased by 23.9% y-o-y, due to EPS (sen) 11.0 10.3 8.0 10.1 12.6 to ride on the infrastructure boom in high-growth markets such as
higher raw material cost. SLP Re- PER (x) 21.9 23.4 30.1 23.9 19.2 in untapped Asian markets. Indonesia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka,
sources earnings missed both our Core net profit 26.1 27.3 21.1 26.6 33.2 As at the first quarter of finan- and the Philippines given HGPTs
and consensus estimates. It record- Core EPS (sen) 10.5 11.1 8.0 10.1 12.6 cial year 2017 (1QFY17), Rohas long-standing track records. Be-
ed a net profit of RM9.7 million for Core EPS growth (%) 114.6 4.8 -27.6 25.7 24.8 had an outstanding order book yond the next two financial years,
the first half of financial year 2017, Core PER (x) 22.8 21.8 30.1 23.9 19.2
of RM450 million, which will we also believe that Rohas 49%
which made up 34% of our full-year last until FY19. It comprised of investment in the Lawe Sikap 7mw
Net DPS (sen) 2.5 4.5 3.5 4.4 5.5
estimates and 26.5% of consensus RM150 million in fabrication of mini hydro will provide yet another
estimates. We downgrade to hold, Dividend yield (%) 1.0 1.9 1.5 1.8 2.3 steel towers for the power and tel- stream of recurring income whilst
and reduce our TP from RM2.87 to EV/Ebitda (x) 11.9 16.1 20.1 16.3 13.0 ecommunications industries and also serving as a stepping stone to
RM2.62, based on a 26 times FY18 Chg in EPS (%) -34.3 -23.0 0.0 RM300 million in its EPCC project more water-related concessions
price-earnings ratio, for an upside Affin/Consensus (x) 0.6 0.6 - in Laos. Additionally, Rohas has in the region.
potential of 8.6%. Sources: Company, Affin Hwang forecasts, Bloomberg
announced that it is acquiring a We project a core net profit
Despite recording a higher rev- 75% ownership stake in HGPT growth of 9.6%/53.8% for FY17/
enue of RM43.2 million in 2QFY17, for RM91.7 million, which would FY18, backed by: i) steady 5%/7.1%
compared with RM42.2 million in taxes, depreciation and amortisa- 2QFY17: RM16.1 million). SLP Re- provide an instant boost of RM400 revenue growth from its power
2QFY16, SLP Resources net profit tion margin of 14.5% versus 17.3% sources faced fierce competition million to its existing order book transmission and telecoms tow-
decreased significantly by 23.9% in 2QFY16. from other plastic manufacturers consisting of EPCC contracts. er fabrication business; ii) exe-
y-o-y. The higher revenue was at- SLP Resources revenue and in Thailand and Vietnam, which Given Rohas about 85% do- cution of the Laos EPCC project
tributed to higher domestic sales of net profit decreased by 6% quar- resulted in lower sales from Japan. mestic market share in power from 2H17; and iii) imputing the
flexible plastic packaging products ter-on-quarter (q-o-q) and 9.6% Higher raw material cost neg- transmission towers, it is well po- contribution from the HGPT ac-
in line with higher demand for food q-o-q respectively. Compared with atively impacted SLP Resources sitioned to benefit from the coun- quisition from FY18, which would
packaging products from domestic the previous quarter, the decline in bottom line. As we expect oil price trys growing power generation more than make up for the thin-
customers. Nonetheless, the price revenue was mainly due to lower to trend higher in the coming quar- and transmission development ner earnings before interest and
of resin, a derivative of oil, has in- sales volume from export markets, ters, we decrease our earnings esti- plans, including the development tax margins of 16.8%/11.3% (from
creased in tandem with higher oil particularly from Japan. Revenue mates by 34%/23% for FY17/FY18. of new and existing power plants 19.2% in FY16) resulting from the
price. This resulted in the lower from Japan decreased by 13.3% Affin Hwang Investment Bank under the 11th Malaysia Plan as lower-margin EPCC works.
2QFY17 earnings before interest, q-o-q (1QFY17: RM18.6 million, Research, Aug 7 well as new 500kW transmission Kenanga Research, Aug 7

Positive global semiconductor sales growth seen


Technology sector year 2017 sales forecast of US$377.8 global sales. China is also the main
Maintain positive: Worldwide billion. To recall, the healthy in- Monthly global semiconductor sales export destination of Malaysian
sales of semiconductors in June crease was partly driven by lower semiconductor products.
2017 grew strongly by +23.7% year- volume order in 1H16, which was 34 (US$ bil) Moving forward, we expect the
on-year (y-o-y) to US$32.6 billion caused by elevated inventory lev- 32 sales growth momentum emanat-
(RM139.53 billion). Such pace of els as well as strong dollar in some ing from China to remain robust
sales growth was last seen in Sep- regions. 30 in the foreseeable term. In the im-
tember 2010 when sales increased The Semiconductor Industry mediate term, we expect the global
28
by +25% y-o-y. This also marked the Association commented that con- semiconductor sales to continue to
highest-ever sales recorded for the ditions are favourable for contin- 26 record positive sales growth on a
month of June. Inclusive of this, the ued market growth in the months y-o-y basis. Our view is reinforced
global semiconductor sales have ahead. Historically, positive June 24 by June sales figure, which remained
been growing on a y-o-y basis for the month-on-month (m-o-m) growth 22
encouraging.
past 11 months since August 2016. in 2016 and 2014 led to a very Apart from the smart devices
Notably, global semiconductor sales strong 2H. On the contrary, neg- segment, we also expect healthier
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grew at a faster pace of more than ative June m-o-m growth in 2015, demand for the automotive, stor-
+20% y-o-y for the past three con- 2012 and 2011 led to a stagnant 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 age and healthcare markets. The
secutive months since April. All 2H. Taking cue from June sales, automotive market will be driv-
markets posted strong double-digit which grew by +2% m-o-m, we Sources: SIA, MIDF Research en by the continuous efforts to in-
growth on a y-o-y basis of at least expect that monthly semiconduc- crease the average semiconductor
+18% y-o-y. The American market tor sales should increase steadily content per vehicle. Demand from
was particularly robust, growing throughout the third quarter of this market is also less susceptible
by +33.4% y-o-y to US$6.6 billion. 2017 before tapering off towards sented an increase of +33.4% y-o-y y-o-y to US$12.6 billion. to seasonality factors, thus provid-
This was followed by the Chinese the end of the year. Premised on compared with June 2016 billings In recent years, the China gov- ing a steadier stream of revenue.
market at +25.5% y-o-y. this, we do not discount the pos- of US$1.7 billion. Inclusive of this, ernment has been supporting the Meanwhile, higher demand for the
Cumulatively, global semicon- sibility that there could be further billings have been growing on a Chinese domestic semiconductor storage market would be supported
ductor sales in the first half of 2017 upward revision for full-year 2017 y-o-y basis for the past 14 months industry with tremendous capi- by the cloud computing and data
(1H17) amounted to US$187.9 bil- sales projections. since May 2016, with the excep- tal budgets. This has led to China centre industries.
lion, an increase of +20.8% y-o-y. The North America-based tion of September 2016, when a gradually playing a pivotal role in All factors considered, we main-
This was within the World Semi- manufacturers of semiconduc- slight contraction of -0.1% y-o-y upholding the demand of semicon- tain our positive stance for the
conductor Trade Statisticss expec- tor equipment recorded billings of was recorded. Cumulatively, 1H17 ductor products. At present, sales technology sector. MIDF Re-
tations, accounting for 49.7% of full- US$2.3 billion in June. This repre- billings surged by more than +50% from China account for one-third of search, Aug 7
TU E SDAY AU G U S T 8 , 2 017 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
H O M E 11

Petros officially formed, Adnan


Yaakobs suit
against Utusan
says Sarawak CM settled out
of court
KUALA LUMPUR: Th e defama-
Board members of the wholly-owned state O&G company have also been appointed tion suit filed by Pahang Menteri
Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob
against Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd
KUCHING: Sarawaks whol- an appreciation dinner organised formed Development Bank of Sar- increase scholarships and loans to over an article Hebat Sangatkah
ly-owned oil and gas (O&G) com- by his office at a leading hotel here awak (DBOS) had been appointed Sarawak students who are eligible to Adnan has been resolved in an
pany, Petros, has been officially on Sunday night. and that the bank would start its be admitted to local as well as foreign out-of-court settlement.
formed, Chief Minister Datuk Amar The chief minister, who was ac- operations soon. universities for postgraduate studies. High Court Judge Datuk Nik
Abang Johari Abang Openg an- companied by his wife, Datin Amar He added all the board mem- A state research council under Hasmat Nik Mohamad recorded
nounced here on Sunday night. Jumaani Tuanku Bujang, however, bers of DBOS are professionals and the chairmanship of the minister of the consent judgement in cham-
He said that all the board mem- did not reveal the names of the board non-politicians under the chair- education, science and technolog- bers in the presence of Adnan
bers of the company, who are Sar- members, or chairman or chief exec- manship of Tan Sri Mohamad Mor- ical research will be set up to over- and Utusan Group editor-in-chief
awakian professionals with wide utive officer (CEO) of the company. shidi Abdul Ghani, who is also the see all future research efforts and Datuk Abdul Aziz Ishak, who rep-
experience in the O&G industry, The formation of Petros is an state secretary. how they can benefit the state, he resented Utusan Melayu.
had been appointed. He added unprecedented step taken by the On another note, he told the au- said, adding that he had personally The case had been fixed for
that none of them are politicians. state government to enable Sar- dience that steps are also being tak- instructed that research be carried hearing for four days from yes-
Tonight, I want to tell you that awak to actively participate in the en to strengthen the states human out in collaboration with Swin- terday, but both parties agreed
we have officially formed our oil extraction of oil and gas in the state capacity by giving Sarawakians the burne University on prototyping an to settle the matter through me-
company, Petros, he said, to the ap- while still pursuing its request for a opportunities to pursue postgrad- oil palm fruit harvesting machine. diation, and the process began
plause of the crowd, when address- 20% royalty from Petronas. uate studies locally and overseas. The reception was held to coin- last Friday.
ing state ministers, staff members Without naming the candidate, He said the Sarawak Foundation, cide with Abang Joharis 67th birth- The mediation process was at-
of his ministries and office during he also said the CEO of the newly of which he is the chairman, would day that fell on Aug 4. Bernama tended by lawyers Manjeet Singh
Dhillon and Americk Singh Sid-
hu, who represented Adnan, and
lawyers Datuk M Reza Hassan
Govt proposes to and Azhar Arman Ali, for Utusan
Melayu.
upgrade muftis Based on the consent judge-
ment which was distributed to the
post to state media, Utusan Melayu agreed to
exco level publish a statement to clarify the
publication of the article Hebat
Sangatkah Adnan on page two
KUALA LUMPUR: The gov- of the Utusan Malaysia newspa-
ernment has proposed for the per today.
post of mufti to be upgraded to
the state executive councillor High Court Judge
(exco) level to enable muftis
to give their views and opin- Datuk Nik Hasmat Nik
ions on Islamic issues in exco Mohamad recorded the
meetings, so that they could be consent judgement in
channelled to the government.
Minister in the Prime Min- chambers.
isters Department Datuk Seri
Jamil Khir Baharom said the
views and opinions of all 14
muftis in the country could It also agreed to arrange an in-
be consolidated and adopted terview with Adnan within a week
to help the government real- from yesterdays judgement on his
ise the national development success in helming the Pahang
transformation agenda based government for four terms and
on Islamic law. his aspirations for Pahang.
For example, for the gam- GRAND ENTRANCE ... Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (third from left) was The contents of the interview
bling issue, it was the consen- accompanied by an elephant in ceremonial style as he arrived to declare open the Tanah Merah divisional Umno Wanita, Youth and will be published in the Utusan
sus of these 14 religious schol- Puteri conference yesterday. Photo by Bernama Malaysia newspaper after the in-
ars that Muslims are prohibited terview and after obtaining the
from gambling even in licensed plaintiff s consent, it said.
premises. On Feb 13, the Federal Court
The syariah courts have the ordered Adnans suit to be remit-
jurisdiction to punish the Mus-
lims offenders, he told Dewan Landmark ruling quashes need to ted to the High Court for trial as
evidence had yet to be established
Rakyat yesterday.
Jamil Khir said this in his
reply to a supplementary ques-
file defence before graft trial starts in the High Court on whether the
lawsuit was brought by Adnan in
his personal or official capacity.
tion from Datuk Fauzi Abdul The Federal Court made the
Rahman (PKR-Indera Mah- KUALA LUMPUR: The Court of The ruling follows an appeal purposes during a state planning decision after allowing Adnans
kota) on the willingness of the Appeal has ruled that a provision by Guan Eng and businesswom- committee meeting on July 18, 2014. appeal to reverse the decision of
government to hold an assem- in the Malaysian Anti-Corruption an Phang Li Koon to declare the Guan Eng is alleged to have used the appellate court on March 1
bly for the ulama to coordi- Commission (MACC) Act 2009, section in question ultra vires of his position to obtain gratification last year in striking out his civil
nate dakwah activities in the which requires the accused to file Articles 5(1) and 8 of the Federal by purchasing his house from Phang suit against the publisher of the
country. a defence before the trial starts, is Constitution, news sites reported. at RM2.8 million, which was be- Malay newspaper.
He also said that the govern- unconstitutional. Guan Eng and Phang were charged low the propertys market value of The Court of Appeal held that
ment, from time to time, had The appellate court had set aside with corruption over the purchase RM4.27 million on July 28, 2015. Adnan, as Pahang menteri besar
also provided a platform for the High Courts order for Penang of his house last year. Phang was charged under Sec- and an elected representative, did
knowledge enhancement by or- Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to file Guan Eng was charged with us- tion 109 of the Penal Code for abet- not have the legal standing to sue
ganising periodic programmes his defence before the trial, his lead ing his public office or position to ting Guan Eng on July 28 last year Utusan Melayu for defamation in
involving ulama, intellectuals counsel Gobind Singh Deo said. obtain gratification for himself and in regard to his purchase of the his official capacity over the arti-
and religious non-governmen- [The] Court of Appeal rules his wife, Betty Chew, by approving house in Pinhorn Road from her, cle published by the newspaper
tal organisations in the coun- Section 62 of the MACC Act 2009 an application by Phangs compa- in which Guan Eng had allegedly company.
try, such as the Assembly of unconstitutional, Gobind said in ny, Magnificent Emblem, to con- committed an offence under Sec- Adnan filed the suit on Nov 9,
Ulama-Umara. Bernama a Facebook post. vert agricultural land for residential tion 165 of the Penal Code. 2014. Bernama
12 H O M E T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Over 500,000 scammed in 19 months


Check with Bank Negara and SSM before making any kind of investment Bukit Aman
KUALA LUMPUR: For the past 19 investment, to check with Bank Ne- million. He said the police had re- in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Kedah believed to be active in several states,
months, more than 500,000 people gara [Malaysia] and the Companies ceived 114 reports on this scam and and Johor, and also included the including Johor, Melaka and Negeri
have become victims of scams involv- Commission of Malaysia (SSM) first had opened 20 investigation papers. illegal moneylending syndicates Sembilan, and used forceful collec-
ing illegal investments in the country. before putting in any money, he told In a separate development, masterminds and runners. tion methods such as splashing paint
Bukit Aman Commercial Crimes a press conference here yesterday. Thaiveegan said police busted four Thaiveegan said the syndicates and making threats when victims
Investigation Department (JSJK) Thaiveegan said the latest ar- moneylending or Ah Long (loan members were between the ages were late in making payments.
deputy Datuk A Thaiveegan said rests of three people last Tuesday shark) syndicates after arresting 29 of 18 and 48 years, and the arrests Among the items seized in the
the victims were conned by syn- included two members of a family individuals including two women in were made after the police received raids were 68 mobile phones of var-
dicates which offered high returns. believed to be involved in a scam four states in operations conducted about 30 reports involving loans ious makes, 51 ATM cards, laptops,
We have often advised the pub- in Pahang and Kelantan involving from July 30 to last Thursday. amounting to RM575,950. bank books, 153 cheques and 13
lic to be cautious about any kind of foreign exchange totalling RM39.60 He said the arrests were made He said the four syndicates were cars, he added. Bernama

Kassim Ahmad freed of religious


charges after prosecutor drops case
PUTRAJAYA: The Syariah High the civil High Court seeking a
Court has acquitted and dis- declaration, among others, that
charged former social and polit- the Federal Territories Islamic
ical activist, Dr Kassim Ahmad, Religious Department (Jawi)
of charges of insulting Islam and had acted beyond the powers
defying the Islamic religious provided under state Islamic
authorities. laws and the federal constitu-
Syariah judge Azzeman Omar tion when it arrested and pros-
made the decision yesterday ecuted him.
after the prosecution withdrew The High Court dismissed
the charges against Kassim in the judicial review, but the ap-
compliance with the ruling of pellate court overturned the
the Court of Appeal and the decision. The appellate court
Federal Court that the arrest ruled that Kassims arrest on
and prosecution against Kass- March 26, 2014 at his house in
im were invalid. The court also Taman Kulim Perdana, Kulim,
ordered bail of RM6,000 to be Kedah was illegal as it was not
returned to the bailor. in accordance with the Kedah
In the judgment, Azzeman Syariah Enactment.
said the syariah prosecutor It also ruled that Kassim, be-
had jurisdiction to withdraw ing a Kedah resident, was not
the charges as it was not the obligated to a Federal Territo-
exclusive power of the chief sya- ries fatwa (Islamic ruling) as
riah prosecutor. he was not arrested in a federal
On March 27, 2014, Kassim, territory.
84, had claimed trial to three On March 7 this year, the
charges of insulting Islam and Federal Court dismissed an
defying Islamic authorities at the application for leave to appeal
Putrajaya Syariah High Court. brought by the government
CORAL SEEDING FEAT ... Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar of Johor joining 42 scuba divers from various agencies to He subsequently filed a ju- against the Court of Appeals
plant 1,200 coral seeds on an underwater vinyl frame during a coral reef regeneration programme in Pulau Tinggi, Johor, yesterday. dicial review application at decision. Bernama
The event is touted by the Malaysia Book of Records as the largest coral restoration project in the country. Photo by Bernama

Khairy: Employers are becoming


Constant effort key to success more condent of TVET graduates
PUTRAJAYA: Employers are be- Sports Skills Training Institute

in digital economy, says Jailani coming more confident of Tech-


nical and Vocational Education
and Training (TVET) graduates
(ILKBS) here yesterday.
Khairy said ILKBS graduates
marketability rate has improved
skills since the programme was as 93% of them had secured jobs
KUALA LUMPUR: A continuous note address at the Asian Strategy In 2014, global trade in goods introduced in 2013, according within six months upon gradu-
and collective effort by Malaysias and Leadership Institutes Digital reached US$18.9 trillion, while to Youth and Sports Minister ation last year compared with
digital economy stakeholders will Economy and E-Commerce Con- trade in services recorded US$4.9 Khairy Jamaluddin. 83% in 2013. However, he said
ensure the National Transforma- ference here recently. trillion. There are more than seven He said this was proven by several learning aspects need-
tion Programmes success, bolster- According to Jailani, the gov- billion mobile subscriptions, 2.3 TVET graduates starting salary ed improvements to enhance
ing Malaysias aspiration to not be ernment, through the Digital billion people using smartphones which had increased by 10% to graduates soft skills, especially
left behind in the digitised realm. Malaysia programme initiatives, and about 3.2 billion connected between RM1,800 and RM2,000 in communication and usage of
Communications and Multime- aims to move the digital agenda to the Internet today. as compared to that in 2013. the English language, to meet
dia Deputy Minister Datuk Jailani forward in four key policy areas, There will be different chal- Some TVET graduates are re- industry demands.
Johari said the worldwide digital foundational to the digital econ- lenges as the population gets more ceiving up to RM2,600, especial- As such, he said ILKBS
economy has been growing at an omys growth. connected in the next decade. We ly those working with interna- would implement a 20:50 pro-
impressive 10% annually and more The areas are Internet open- need a digital governance model tional companies. gramme, in which 50% of the
than triple the rate of the overall ness high on policy agendas, dig- to promote digital capacity build- This shows employers are skill courses, especially for front-
global gross domestic product ital trust to be strengthened and ing among administrators and becoming more confident with line services, will use English as
growth. global connectivity reaching an regulators. TVET products and I hope this the medium of instruction by
Meeting the digital econo- unprecedented scale, with jobs He said insights from the in- trend will continue to create a 2020. The medium of instruc-
mys challenges requires collab- and skills being radically trans- dustry and communities at large, high-income and high-tech- tion now is [in] Malay.Not that
oration among stakeholders, cit- formed, he said. amid the government driving the nology economy which does we want to sideline the nation-
izens, firms and the government Jailani said the digital revolu- digital economy agenda through not depend solely on academic al language, but this is vital for
towards developing new econo- tion had accelerated the global the National Blue Ocean Strategy, qualifications, he told report- them (graduates), especially if
my-wide approaches and policies, production of goods and services, would provide the needed syner- ers after attending a convoca- they want to work with interna-
he said when delivering his key- particularly digital trade. gy. Bernama tion ceremony at the Youth and tional companies. Bernama
14 C O M M E N T T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Has Chinas rise topped out?


The spread of its global economic influence is slowing sharply
BY MI C H A EL SCHUM AN is relentless and inevitable. A recent June, the yuan chalked up only a icy is holding it back. The yuan a one out, and overseas investment
survey by the Pew Research Center 2% share, according to Swift, slip- sideshow in currency markets be- would have fallen by about a third.
showed that while more of those ping behind the Canadian dollar. cause the state cannot stop fussing The root cause of Chinas global
polled still see the US as the worlds The situation is not very different with its value. In May, the central stall is this continued inability to
leading economy, China is quickly in Chinas capital markets. While the bank actually reversed its stated let markets be markets. Meddling

T
he fall from grace of Chi- narrowing the gap. Chinese Pres- government has cracked open its policy to liberalise the yuans trad- in the allocation of finance has en-
nas Anbang Insurance ident Xi Jinping has been feeding stock and bond markets to foreign ing and imposed more control. sured that much-needed capital
Group Co Ltd contin- that positive image by presenting investors, they still prefer buying Investors have not forgotten the gets gobbled up by the politically
ues to get steeper. Not his country as a champion of glo- Chinese shares listed in Hong Kong heavy hand Beijing employed to try connected, not the competitive.
long ago, the mysteri- balisation, trade and economic or New York to those in Shanghai or to quell a stock market collapse in Then the government tries to rectify
ous firm was chasing progress. Shenzhen. For instance, domestical- 2015, leaving them wary of expos- the damage with more government.
one foreign deal after another, be- Statistics tell a different story. ly traded A-shares in a China equi- ing themselves to Chinese shares. In an effort to rejuvenate exports,
coming a symbol of Chinas global The common perception is that ties fund managed by Zurich-based Nowhere is the disconnect be- China has unleashed a subsidy-rich
economic ambitions. Now it appears China is swamping the world with GAM account for less than 10% of tween Chinas global ambitions industrial programme to upgrade
the government may be pressuring exports of everything from mobile its holdings. and actual policy greater than with its manufacturing called Made in
Anbang to divest those prized for- phones to steel to sneakers. In fact, In part, China is simply running the governments interference in China 2025. To help companies
eign assets. If that proves to be the the entire Chinese export machine into the difficult transition every overseas direct investment. For a expand around the region, the gov-
case, China will have given foreign is sputtering. Between 2006 and country faces when losing its low- while, officials were encouraging ernment has cooked up the One
businessmen yet another reason to 2011, Chinas total merchandise cost advantage. Facing stiff compe- big companies to shop abroad, re- Belt and One Road Initiative, an
be wary of working with Chinese exports nearly doubled, power- tition from countries like India and sulting in a surge of deal-making infrastructure-building scheme that
companies: the uncertainty of an ing the country through the Great Vietnam, where wages are lower, by firms like Anbang. That led to a looks to many like a boondoggle.
erratic, intrusive state meddling in Recession. Since then, they have China is losing ground in apparel debt-crazed buying binge. Having The fact is that Chinese compa-
private financial affairs. increased less than 11%, according and textile exports to the US. Mean- created the problem, the govern- nies will face enough trouble trans-
But the Anbang case is also part to World Trade Organization data. while, the Chinese economy is not ment then stepped in to fix it, forming into global players with
of something bigger, and for Chi- The same trend holds for Chi- replacing these traditional exports by suddenly changing course and the brands, technology, financial
nas economic future, scarier. In nas currency. In late 2014, the yuan with new, high-value ones quick- clamping down on foreign deals. savvy and management expertise
just about every category, Chinas broke into the top five most-used ly enough. For example, in 2016, According to the American Enter- to battle it out with the worlds best
rise into a global economic super- currencies for global payments, China exported 708,000 passenger prise Institute, Chinas offshore without bureaucrats intruding.
power has stalled. And the Chinese reaching an almost 2.2% share. Chi- and commercial vehicles, a sharp investment still grew by 9% in the Anbang may or may not be an over-
government sits at the heart of the na seemed well on the way to achiev- deterioration from the more than first half of 2017, but only because leveraged neophyte that bit off more
problem. ing its long-stated goal of turning the 910,000 shipped abroad in 2014. of one giant deal state-owned than it could chew. The point is that
Most people around the world yuan into a true rival to the dollar. Rather than boosting Chinas China National Chemical Corps ac- China would be better served letting
still seem to believe Chinas ascent But that progress has reversed. In global expansion, government pol- quisition of Syngenta AG. Take that the market decide. Bloomberg

Asean Economic Community a solid pathway to prosperity


BY THA M SI EW YEAN 2018 to bring their intra-regional ing in these countries, with Vietnam Popular Cambodian coffee chain More gains from the AEC can be
tariffs to 0%. a leading recipient due to its betterBrown Coffee has revolutionised cof- expected if Asean can successfully
Tariff reduction has increased the infrastructure and large domestic fee culture in a country that has yet overcome its implementation chal-
regions attractiveness for foreign market. In February this year, Japans
to have an outlet from the other- lenges and close the gap between
direct investment (FDI), which is Panasonic broke ground for a new wise-ubiquitous Starbucks chain. It aspired goals and actions taken.
GEOPOLITICS may have been what one of the primary goals of the AEC. 3,000 sq m factory in Binh Duong in has reaped the benefits when tariffs
brought Asean together 50 years While earlier waves of FDI were southern Vietnam to produce wiring on imported coffee beans from Thai- Entry restrictions
ago, but it will be economics that primarily driven by market forces, devices and circuit breakers for the land which hovered at around Domestic regulations that control
defines its future. Nothing will drive the reduction in intra-regional tar- country and the rest of Asean. 20% to 25% in 2015 was reduced the supply of service providers in
the vision of regional cooperation iffs has encouraged multinationals Home-grown enterprises from to a maximum of 5% and will gain each member country continue to
forward more than the Asean Eco- to reconfigure their production member countries have taken ad- even more when this tariff is further restrict the entry of both domestic
nomic Community (AEC). networks in Asean. vantage of the growing Asean market brought down to zero by 2018. and foreign service providers. Har-
By promoting regional growth Global automobile producers to expand regionally. CIMB, United Moving goods across borders monising regulations and remov-
through enhanced trade and in- such as Toyota have utilised in- Overseas Bank, OCBC Bank and is being progressively improved ing regulatory barriers are vital for
vestment opportunities for its 10 tra-regional tariff reduction to or- Maybank have made aggressive ex- by ongoing efforts to simplify in- promoting trade in services.
member countries, the AEC has set ganise and divide their production pansions outside their home coun- ternational trade procedures and Improving the physical connec-
Asean on the path of shared pros- of parts and components across tries into other Asean member states.processes. There is also increas- tivity through infrastructure and
perity, creating a future where each Asean, based on the member states Singapores Super Group has ing transparency on the rules and info-structure development is also
countrys economic resilience will respective competitive advantages. established manufacturing facil- regulations governing cross border equally important to smoothen the
depend on its closest neighbours. Of its 53 overseas manufacturing ities in five Asean member coun- trade. The Asean Trade Repository movement of goods and services.
Although not all of the initia- companies, a total of 11 are located tries. Black Canyon from Thailand, was established in 2016 to provide Likewise, the aspired goal of a free
tives set out by the AEC agenda across Asean, namely Indonesia, Ma- Jollibee from the Philippines and online, free information in English movement of skilled labour requires
were implemented by 2015, when laysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Secret Recipe from Malaysia are on cross-border processes and pro- Asean to overcome the remaining ob-
Asean was declared an integrated Vietnam. Other global automobile other examples of home-grown cedures, including customs, in each stacles in the intra-regional mobility
community, the region has benefit- producers have also followed suit. firms that have expanded to other member country. This contributes of skilled labour, such as constitution-
ed greatly from the initiatives that Asean member countries. towards lowering the costs of trading al restrictions as well as complex and
have been implemented since that Increase in FDI Low-cost carriers such as Malay- across borders, thereby facilitating opaque employment visa require-
watershed moment. The increase in FDI provided more sias AirAsia, the Philippines Cebu trade among member countries. ments and procedures.
jobs in host economies and improved Pacific and Indonesias Lion Air In recognition of the importance Asean must therefore make good
Intra-regional taris their labour productivity, thereby will be able to increase the num- of external markets for Asean, the its outstanding promises in order for
Notably, intra-regional tariffs have contributing to economic growth. ber of international flights from AEC is also globally connected the region to realise its full potential
been abolished for 99.2% of the Although it would appear that their home countries to the region with several non-member coun- as an economic community of sub-
tariff lines of the six older mem- the AEC has given more benefits to because of the removal of restric- tries such as China, Japan, Korea, stance and significance by 2025. This
ber countries namely Brunei, the advanced Asean economies, the tions on capacity and competition Australia-New Zealand and India, will require individual member states
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, CLMV countries have not been left with the progressive opening up of through bilateral free trade agree- to invest political capital to implement
Singapore and Thailand since far behind. Labour-intensive FDI is Aseans aviation market under the ments (FTAs) between Asean and the necessary economic reforms so
2010. Aseans newer members already shifting steadily to the CLMV open-skies agreement. these non-member countries. as to reap the bountiful harvest that
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and economies because of their relatively These five FTAs are the building the AEC promises. TODAY.online
Vietnam (CLMV) which are at lower wages compared with the de- SMEs gain from lower tari blocks for a Regional Comprehen-
a more modest level of develop- veloped Asean economies. Small and medium enterprises sive Economic Partnership Agree-
ment, were given concessions un- Japanese outbound investment, (SMEs) also stand to gain from the ment (RCEP), which is currently Dr Tham Siew Yean is senior fellow
der the minus X formula of up to in particular, is reportedly increas- lower tariff as a result of the AEC. being negotiated. at Iseas-Yusof Ishak Institute.
TU E SDAY AU G U S T 8 , 2 017 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D B U S I N E S S 15

Ten years after


credit crisis,
Sprint resumes IN BRIEF

Le Maire: Paris to be EUs


main nancial centre
investors found
chasing yields
lower
T-Mobile merger talks PARIS: Finance Minister Bru-
no Le Maire said Paris will
beat Frankfurt to become the
European Unions (EU) main
financial centre after Britain
leaves, even as he acknowl-
BY MA RK GI L B ERT edged that the French capital
& MA RCU S A SHWO RTH Sources say Son is exploring ways against competition in US is playing catch-up. We will
take the difficult decisions;
LONDON: Ten years ago this we will lower French taxes; we
week, BNP Paribas suspend- BY ALEX SHER M AN munications Inc expired at end-Ju- if they get the T-Mobile deal done, will make our country more
ed redemptions from three & SCOTT M ORITZ ly, according to the people, who thats probably enough for a while, attractive, Le Maire said in
hedge funds and effectively asked not to be identified because Dan Baker, an analyst at Morning- a television interview in his
ushered in the credit crisis. NEW YORK: Sprint Corp has re- the information is private. star Investment Management Asia office in eastern Paris, over-
The intervening decade has sumed preliminary talks about a The discussions show that Son, Ltd in Hong Kong, said by phone looking the River Seine. We
seen central banks pump tril- potential merger with T-Mobile US who leads Sprints largest sharehold- yesterday. The benefit is clearly that will win the race. Since the
lions of dollars, euros, pounds Inc, people with knowledge of the er SoftBank Group Corp, is pursuing the competition reduces they get UK voted last year to aban-
and yen into financial mar- matter said, as billionaire Masayoshi all options for industry consolida- a business that has enough scale to don the EU, France has been
kets in an effort to keep the Son explores ways to build scale for tion as he continues to weigh a po- compete with other big players. fighting with Germany and
global economy afloat. As a a carrier facing increasing compe- tential offer for Charter. SoftBank has Shares in SoftBank rose 2.4% Ireland to grab a part of the
consequence, investors have tition in the US wireless market. been considering making a formal to 9,023 (RM348.70) in Tokyo. financial industry that plans
found themselves chasing The two wireless operators re- takeover bid for the cable company Deutsche Telekom AG, the Ger- to relocate out of London.
yields lower. started discussions after Sprints and combining it with Sprint, people man parent of T-Mobile, advanced Bloomberg
Spreads on high-yield debt exclusive negotiating period with familiar with the matter said earlier. 0.7% to 15.86 (RM80.14) at 9.32am
denominated in euros have Comcast Corp and Charter Com- From SoftBanks perspective, in Frankfurt. Bloomberg Paddy Power Betfair
just marched below what in- CEO said to step down
vestors charge the US govern- DUBLIN: Gambling firm Paddy
ment to borrow for a decade. Power Betfair chief executive
And while this may seem like
comparing apples and pears,
both are effectively measures
French govts 10b asset sale to take years officer (CEO) Breon Corcoran
announced plans to step down
yesterday, 18 months since
of appetite for risk and boy, completing the merger of Irish
are investors taking a risk. BY GERALDINE AM I E L at his Paris office. That wouldnt The decision on which assets bookmaker Paddy Power with
The 10-year Treasury yield & FR ANCOIS DE BE AU P U Y [be] reasonable. to sell will be influenced by mar- British online betting exchange
is still the global benchmark He said the first deals are likely ket conditions and the companies operator Betfair. The companys
for borrowing costs, and re- PARIS: Finance Minister Bruno Le to be done in September. situation, Le Maire said, declining share price was down 7.4% at
mains the closest thing the Maire said the French governments Le Maire said last month he plans to name the firms he is looking at. 73.39 (RM410.28) in London
world has to a risk-free rate. 10 billion (RM50.53 billion) divest- to sell off government holdings to It is not the states role to get trading by 0750 GMT, extend-
The euro high-yield spread, ment programme will take years to help finance innovation, as part of dividends from a certain number ing losses since the start of the
meantime, measures how execute, and he is working on iden- a push to upgrade French industry. of companies in which the state has year to 16%. Corcoran will be
willing corporate bond inves- tifying which assets will be sold. He cited areas such as battery tech- no strategic interest, he said. We replaced by Peter Jackson, a
tors are to chase ever dimin- It wouldnt be in one go; we nology, artificial intelligence and want these transactions to benefit non-executive director of Pad-
ishing yield premiums in the wouldnt do the whole thing over 15 transportation where public invest- the general interest and the state. dy Power Betfair and CEO of
common currency. Moreover, days, Le Maire said in an interview ment can help accelerate progress. Bloomberg the UK arm of global payment
the last time the two measures business Worldpay Group since
crossed for any length of time, March, the company said in a
it didnt end so well. statement. Reuters
The European Central Bank
(ECB) forum in Sintra, Portu- Largest Qatar bank said
gal in June saw the worlds weighing funding options
leading central bankers send DUBAI/LONDON: Qatar Na-
out what some interpreted as tional Bank QPSC (QNB) is
a coordinated message on the considering options to raise
forthcoming end of stimulus. financing, people familiar with
The Kansas Federal Reserve the matter said, as an ongoing
economic symposium at Jack- stand-off with its Gulf neigh-
son Hole on Aug 24 to Aug 26 bours threatens to weaken li-
will lay out a framework for quidity in the gas-rich country.
key upcoming central bank The Middle Easts largest lend-
meetings. er by assets held early discus-
Central banks are poised sions with international banks
to start unwinding at least about the possibility of a pri-
some of the unprecedent- vate placement, bond sale or
ed emergency measures the loan in the fourth quarter, said
credit crisis prompted them the people, asking not to be
to introduce. The ECB is ex- identified as the information
pected to address slowing its is private. Final decisions ha-
various quantitative easing vent been made and the bank
programmes when it next may decide against a deal, the
gathers on Sept 7. The Fed people said. Bloomberg
meets on Sept 19 and Sept 20
and will discuss tapering its Big Oils dream of billions of barrels hidden o Norway fading German June industrial
static holdings by reducing output unexpectedly falls
reinvestment of coupons and BY M IKAEL HOLTE R Aarebrot, a professor of political Wildlife Fund. The islands also FRANKFURT: German indus-
maturing bonds. science at the University of Bergen. host mainland Europes biggest trial production unexpectedly
Slow and gradual withdraw- OSLO: Norways oil industry has Backed by unions and business, seabird colony. Opponents of oil slipped in June as manufactur-
al is the message, but the di- been salivating for years over the Norways Labor and the Conserva- exploration argue that a spill could ing and construction caused a
rection of travel is changing Arctic Lofoten Islands, which could tives have long favoured steps that cause catastrophic harm, and that temporary blip in the growth
after almost a decade of un- hold billions of barrels of crude. It could open up the area for explo- Norway will run afoul of the Paris spurt of Europes largest econ-
precedented stimulus. Risk will likely have to keep dreaming. ration. But so far, they have had to climate agreement if it expands omy. Output, adjusted for sea-
spreads ought to reflect that The general election next month compromise with smaller parties exploration more. sonal swings and inflation, fell
changing environment. They is unlikely to lift a deadlock thats determined to keep Lofoten oil-free. Oil companies led by state-con- 1.1% in June after rising 1.2%
dont which should give cen- keeping a ban on drilling off the The waters off the rugged ar- trolled Statoil ASA say gaining ac- in May, the economy ministry
tral banks a reason to be ever so archipelago as more and more Nor- chipelago are home to the worlds cess is key to maintain production in Berlin said yesterday. Thats
gentle in unhooking the worlds wegians are turning their backs on biggest cold-water coral reef and of oil and gas, which is forecast to the first drop in six months in
financial system from life sup- the industry that helped make the a breeding area for 70% of all fish fall again from 2025, after already the typically volatile measure,
port. Bloomberg country one of the worlds richest. caught in the Norwegian and Bar- dropping 12% since a 2004 peak. which compares forecasts for a
Its a dead issue, said Frank ents seas, according to the World Bloomberg 0.2% gain. Bloomberg
16 FO CU S T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY T UE

Hubs for the future W


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Which are the new hubs for Singapore that will stand a chance in a disruptive future? tun
SAMUEL ISAAC CHUA ma
STORI ES BY MI C HELLE TEO Singapore is always going to be about trade pre
in goods and services, [but the types of] goods 475

P
hotographers know that their pic- and services will evolve as the world evolves, 1Q
tures of Singapores city skyline says CIMB economist Song Seng Wun. To Sw
have to be updated every few years. me, its about where we can capitalise on our we
Skyscrapers are added, particu- current strengths. 300
larly in the financial district, and These developments are not immune to
in recent years, new landmarks disruption and competition, particularly from the
have emerged. neighbouring countries competing on price. na,
Those shiny towers are just one visible part A big chunk of Chinas hefty investments in its day
of the deliberate, long-term planning under- Belt and Road Initiative, for instance, is going ben
taken by the city state. And while Singapore has towards developing ports and other infrastruc- no
thrived on those plans over the past five dec- ture in the region that will rival Singapores. est
ades to become one of the worlds wealthiest Yet, it is not going to be that easy to knock lio
countries, it now faces significant headwinds Singapore out of the game, say various industry ing
amid rapidly shifting economic realities observers. You cant just announce a hub and of t
both at home and externally. say everyones welcome, observes Andrew bil
As globalisation and disruption intensify, Herdman, director general of the Association 90%
Singapore remains highly vulnerable given of Asia Pacific Airlines. Its basically an aspi- ati
the size, openness and service-led nature of ration. It will work only if other providers see fle
its economy, write CLSA analysts in an in- the opportunity and share the same view. los
vestment strategy report on Singapore. A significant characteristic of a hub is the pri
For a time, Singapores economy leveraged forming of an ecosystem, which observers un
on the countrys beginnings as a trading port say is difficult to displace. Our transport hub,
getting a lift from offshore and marine (O&M) growth in the digital and knowledge-based develop a new digital and knowledge-based for instance, thrives on strong links between sur
engineering, oil and petrochemical refining, economy of today and tomorrow? How can economy. Another key area of economic industry and finance, forged over decades. ed
and electronics manufacturing. Even today, the the country leverage what it has built? Are activity is transport specifically shipping The start-up cluster at one-north is next to a giv
manufacturing sector is still a major contrib- there, in turn, opportunities for companies and aviation which has been an erstwhile business park housing biomedical sciences, do
utor to GDP. But its share has been declining: and their shareholders? strength. Works are underway at the western infocommunications technology and media Sun
Last year, manufacturing contributed 19.6% of In the following articles, we highlight three and eastern ends of the island as Singapore companies, and close to educational and re- dig
GDP, down from 21.1% in 2008 and 28.2% in areas of activity or hubs that could spur doubles its sea port and airport facilities, re- search facilities. ou
2004. The second-largest contributor to GDP, continued growth for Singapore in the dec- spectively, and pushes them to higher stand- Is there room for more hubs [in the re-
wholesale retail and trade, has also been on ades ahead. One of these is a cluster of pur- ards of service and efficiency. gion]? Probably, if they get their act together,
the wane accounting for 14.2% of GDP last pose-built spaces for start-ups, JTC LaunchPad Another area of growth that leverages on Song says. This is where Singapores premium
year compared with 20.4% in 2011.
Singapore corporates have been caught
flat-footed as old-economy industries have
@ one-north, by the state industrial developer.
Officially opened in 2015, the 6.5ha site has
open work spaces and meeting rooms and
existing competencies is wealth management.
Singapore is well placed to benefit from rising
affluence in the region. And there has been
comes in... Political stability, policy planning
and implementation are assumed. When Sin-
gapore plans something, you know it will be
T
been disintermediated, CLSA says. Even is set to house about 800 start-ups and in- a shift in influence, as the local banks take carried through. If something doesnt work,
blue-chip companies, notably in the O&M cubators from a range of industries by year- over the private banking businesses of foreign they will try to fix it in the shortest possible TH
sector and telecoms, have come under earn- end. No country in Asia is further ahead in lenders. Analysts have noted that the three lo- time, because their survival depends on de- rise
ings pressures amid competition and indus- its pursuit to become an innovation centre, cal banks are the largest in Southeast Asia in livering. mu
try shake-ups. CLSA notes. At the same time, the investment terms of assets, which gives them resources Singapore will never be the cheapest place beh
On the other hand, business services con- firm believes the government, with some S$35 to expand further. to do business, Song admits. But you must ter
tribution to GDP is steadily ticking up, as are billion (RM109.91 billion) in support through As Singapores appeal as a place to conduct be able to say: Its not the cheapest place to Ter
financial and insurance services. What are 2020, will not only help old-economy indus- business grows, the country is getting an edge do business, but I must go there. The Edge wil
the sectors that would sustain Singapores tries evolve to remain competitive, but also as a hub for international dispute settlement. Singapore cap
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Start-ups: Ecosystem fosters growth, future-building thr

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WHEN the founders of last-mile delivery blocks that feature venture capitalists and terplan ensures start-ups can benefit from There are literally thousands of women tot
service Park N Parcel began operations, successful entrepreneurs. Cheong has met, the talent pool, technologies and industry and men based in Singapore doing scientific ty-
they settled at Block 71, Ayer Rajah Cres- among others, Indonesia online marketplace networks from the institutes of higher learn- work that could have a positive impact on
cent. Painted blue and white, the former Tokopedias co-founder William Tanuwijaya ing, research institutes and leading compa- the world, Leonard adds. Our challenge con
flatted factory and its surrounding buildings and gaming hardware company Razers CEO nies located in one-north and its vicinity, is not We need more scientific research, Sha
have been converted into working spaces Tan Min-Liang. Khoo says. but How do we turn some of this incredi- to b
for start-ups. Such links will help Singapore not only ble work into products and companies that Fro
The eight blocks are now home to a com- become a hub for start-ups, but also build its solve big-world problems? han
munity of 4,300 people and house some 800 There are literally own future. Its not possible to make any Indeed, there could be still some way to Sha
budding companies such as Park N Parcel, thousands of women and place a start-up hub, says Steve Leonard, go. Singapore must transition from simply wa
in a diverse range of industries. Officially men based in Singapore founding CEO of SGInnovate, the govern- providing support and infrastructure for sam
known as the JTC LaunchPad @ one-north, ment entity connecting entrepreneurs with start-ups, to focusing on developing exits, dol
the start-up complex has been replicated doing scientic work that research, industry and financing. cultivating domestic listings, pushing for ing
farther west in Jurong to focus on advanced could have a positive impact Singapore has key parts that combine to commercialisation and helping businesses Asi
manufacturing and engineering and even on the world Leonard create just such a hub, Leonard says. These move to the next level to become blue-chip Ini
overseas, in Jakarta and San Francisco. include talented and ambitious people who companies, CLSA notes in the report. This to
There are also about 50 incubators here, possess a range of technical and business is the only true way to validate the ecosys- tra
including Trendlines Medical, Trendlines skills, scientific research with real-world tem and grow the economy.
Groups first medical technology incubator The ecosystem at the LaunchPad, with applications, corporate and private inves- A critical factor in this transition is hav- as
outside of its home in Israel. According to its community of motivated entrepreneurs, tors willing to take risks, and the mindset ing the right talent in the country. As many fro
JTC, the LaunchPad start-ups raised close to also fosters collaboration. Park N Parcel has that anything is possible. others have observed, the education system, Ne
S$130 million in disclosed funding in 2016, since teamed up with local online market- There have been doubts that Singapore, while high-quality, is not quite turning out ram
including Series A and B rounds. place Carousell, which also started out at with its tiny market, allows companies graduates with the right skills and mind- to c
For Park N Parcel, the low-cost space, LaunchPad. enough traction to make it big. But, as in- sets, as CLSA put it. There have been calls gro
funding and networking opportunities at LaunchPad was designed with precise- vestment firm CLSA notes in a report, local to relax immigration policies to allow busi- tain
the LaunchPad helped the company get off ly the objective to develop a synergistic start-ups can leverage strong government nesses to hire the people they need. It may Wh
to a good start. Its where we get to meet ecosystem, says Khoo Wee Lin, director of support and the start-up eco-system, which be a quick fix for now, but it could give the
the big boys, says co-founder Erik Cheong, infocomms media and start-up cluster at will provide the foundation for the emer- economy the boost it needs for the next leg tem
highlighting the weekly events held at the industrial developer JTC Corp. JTCs mas- gence of new-economy industries. of growth. The Edge Singapore era
T U E SDAY AU G U S T 8 , 2017 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
FO CU S 17

Wealth management: Cashing in on Asias affluence


RISING incomes in Asia, and the transfer is billed as a purely online platform targeted That followed its acquisition in November
of some US$2.1 trillion (RM8.99 trillion) Rising afuence to provide at middle-income retail investors, the theory 2016 of Barclays private banking business
in wealth to the next generation of heirs tailwind for demand for being that income sources for regular folk in Singapore and Hong Kong. OCBC has also
millennials are presenting both oppor- wealth management would be far more transparent. announced plans to acquire the Singapore
tunities and challenges for private banks. Greg Gibb, CEO of Lufax, says Singapore and Hong Kong private wealth operations
On July 28, UBS reported that its wealth ASEAN5 GDP per capita (US$ 000) was chosen for Lu International because of National Australia Bank.
management business in Asia-Pacific saw Indonesia (LHS) Singapore (RHS) of how the regulator has made financial Wealth management fees at OCBC now
ade pre-tax earnings in 1H2017 rise 41% y-o-y to Malaysia (LHS) Thailand (LHS) technology a priority, and made it easy account for nearly a third of the groups
Philippines (LHS)
ods 475 million Swiss franc (RM2.09 billion). In 20 90 for an operation such as Lu International total fee income, compared with a quarter
es, 1Q2017, invested assets rose to 311 billion to set up. Singapore uses function-based at the end of last year. For 1QFY2017, the
To Swiss franc, up 6.5% y-o-y the first time a 80 regulation. They can look at a new busi- amount of fees rose 50% y-o-y, and boosted
15
our wealth manager has reportedly crossed the ness model, then pick out very quickly the the groups bottom line by 14%.
70
300 billion Swiss franc mark in the region. 10
existing parts of the framework that you At DBS, ranked the sixth-largest pri-
e to In its 2016 Billionaire Insights report, 60 can use, Gibb explains. We put down on vate bank in Asia in terms of assets under
om the Swiss bank notes that Asia, led by Chi- paper, when we were talking to the differ- management, the wealth management
5
ce. na, is creating one billionaire every three 50 ent countries, that the objective everyone unit contributes 15% to 20% of the banks
n its days. Many of these nouveaux riches are had to agree to was a 100% online oper- total income, according to BMI Research.
ing benefiting from fast growth in the tech- 0 40 ation. In the entire process, if it requires Last October, DBS took over the wealth
2015
2016E
2017F
2018F
2019F
2020F
2021F
2022F
2023F
2024F
2025F
2026F
uc- nology, consumer and retail, and real us to do a face-to-face with a customer, management and retail banking business
es. estate sectors. Still, the bank notes, bil- we dont want to do it. So, the regulators of ANZ Bank.
ock lionaire wealth is often short-lived, ow- Sources: National Sources/BMI had to agree that was the principle. And UOB, 14th on the list, has seen its wealth
stry ing to business risk and dilution. In fact, Singapore said, well do it. management business more than double
and of the fortunes that have fallen below the Meanwhile, the three major local banks since 2010. For 1HFY2017, the segment re-
ew billion-dollar mark in the past 20 years, vestment options for people who are not have also seen their wealth management corded a 37.5% increase in its contribution
ion 90% did so in the first and second gener- high-net-worth individuals. We see a lot of business grow. Analysts have noted that to the banks fee and commission income,
pi- ations. In China, especially, fortunes are inherent demand from the middle-income wealth management fee income has con- to S$262 million.
see fleeting. Forty of the countrys tycoons group, he says. Theres an affluent middle tributed strongly to earnings at United Over- According to BMI Research, the wealth
. lost billionaire status in [2016] as asset class that is open to the idea of investing, seas Bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp management business is likely to contin-
the price volatility and government scrutiny but right now, the only access they have is (OCBC) and DBS Group Holdings, some- ue to drive growth at the three banks, as
ers undermined wealth. to the stock market. So, allowing access, what cushioning the impact of challenges strong economic growth in Southeast Asia,
ub, At the same time, banks are under pres- thats the critical thing. they are facing in other business segments, along with its rising middle class, leads to
een sure to comply with stricter controls relat- Indeed, last month, Chinese insurance gi- both externally and domestically. increased demand for wealth management
des. ed to anti-money laundering regulations, ant Ping An Insurance (Group) Co launched OCBC, for one, has made a major push products. In particular, the creation and
oa given the spate of recent scandals. What its wealth management business, Lu Inter- into the wealth management sector. As BMI implementation of the [Asean Econom-
ces, does this mean for wealth managers? Ajay national, in Singapore. Lu International is a Research notes, its private banking unit, Bank ic Community] offers an opportunity for
dia Sunder, Frost & Sullivan vice-president for subsidiary of Lufax Holdings, a peer-to-peer of Singapore, is ranked by Asian Private Bank- Singapore to present itself as the wealth
re- digital transformation in Asia-Pacific, points lender and online wealth management plat- er as seventh among Asias largest private management hub for the region. The
out that there is a growing number of in- form in China that is controlled by Ping An. It banks in terms of assets under management. Edge Singapore
re-
er,
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in-
be
Transport: Efficient networks to meet competition and demand
ork,
ble THE steel skeleton of Changis latest icon Singapore is already primed to become a
de- rises slowly in the east. The Jewel, with its hub for the bunkering and trading of liquefied
multi-storey shops and gardens, will be a natural gas (LNG), touted as the fuel of the
ace behemoth set against the airports current future. There is an LNG terminal on Jurong
ust terminals. It is a precursor to the sprawling Island, and a cluster of international LNG
e to Terminal 5 complex being developed, which trading houses have already set up shop here.
dge will more than double the airports existing Ultimately, Singapores location at the
capacity. Preparations are also underway for crossroads of Asia and Europe should con-
a third runway. Changi Airports planners tinue to serve it well. Changi is still the busi-
are estimating that, by the mid-2020s, 135 est airport in Southeast Asia and 17th in the
million people will be travelling into and world, ahead of Bangkoks Suvarnabhumi
through Singapore. and Incheon in South Korea. For 1H2017,
In the west, the new mega-terminal at Changi Airport saw passenger traffic rise
Tuas is slowly taking shape. To be developed 5.7% y-o-y to 30.4 million. The airport op-
in four phases over 30 years, it will have a erator says this was supported by more trav-
men total handling capacity of 65 million twen- ellers from Asia, particularly from India. In
ific ty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). 2016, Changi handled 58.7 million passen-
on Singapore is already one of the busiest ger movements, a 5.9% increase from the
nge container ports in the world, vying with year before and faster than the 2.5% growth
ch, Shanghai and Shenzhen. But growth seems seen in 2015.
di- to be much slower than at the Chinese ports. And, the countrys reputation for compe-
hat From January to June, port operator PSA tency would set it apart from the competi-
handled 16 million TEUs, up 6.5% y-o-y. Artists impression of Jewel Changi Airport, part of the expansion at the airport that will more than double its tion. The port at Shanghai, for one, is beset
y to Shanghais throughput in the same period passenger-handling capacity. Photo by Jewel Changi Airport Development with congestion and delays. Says Pradeep,
ply was 19.6 million TEUs, up 9.6% y-o-y. At the Singapore will always be ahead of the curve
for same time, Beijing is committing billions of in terms of the efficiency it brings into the
its, dollars to port and rail infrastructure link- lines. What makes a hub is a network, and major engine makers Rolls-Royce and Pratt system.
for ing its mainland to key cities from Africa to efficient systems that can handle the volume & Whitney, business jet charterer Jet Avia- Herdman says, The good news is that
ses Asia part of its expansive Belt and Road of operations. In the case of an airport for tion, local engineering firm ST Aerospace the market grows. But its always going to be
hip Initiative. Most recently, China promised example, the network is built by airlines and and other smaller companies. The planners competitive. The source of growth is evolv-
This to revive Melakas fortunes as a maritime a successful hub often works with one car- objective is to create an ecosystem of avia- ing, and its not that predictable. My favour-
ys- trading hub to rival the port of Singapore. rier that calls it home. Its the airlines that tion services, which creates opportunities ite example is in Hong Kong, when they did
Meanwhile, Changis expansion comes think about which traffic to go for, how to for networking and business collaborations the planning for [Chek Lap Kok] airport. If
av- as the growth in visitor arrivals is slowing attract it, how to price it accordingly, Herd- and in turn enhances competition. you dust off those long-term planning doc-
any from its double-digit pace a decade ago. man says. You need airlines to be hungry It is a similar case in shipping, notes uments, mainland China didnt feature in
em, Neighbouring metropolises have also been for business. Pradeep Rajan, S&P Global Platts senior the top 10 markets.
out ramping up capacity at their airports, either To strengthen its position as an aviation managing editor, Asia Pacific shipping and As Herdman sees it, it is the challengers
nd- to cope with demand or capture more of the hub, Singapore has invested in a dedicat- freight. Just having a port does nothing that reveal the success of a particular hub.
alls growth in the region. Can Singapore main- ed zone for supporting aviation services. for you. You need to have proper shipping You understand the power of the hub not by
usi- tain its status as a regional transport hub? The 320ha Seletar Aerospace Park houses management companies... an entire talented someone who runs the hub telling you how
may What actually makes a hub? maintenance, repair and overhaul com- workforce to manage it. You need financial great it is. Its when you talk to a competitor
the The word gets bandied about like a to- panies, manufacturers of aircraft engines institutions to support it. Lots of key players and they say, Yeah, were in the shadow
leg tem, says Andrew Herdman, director gen- and components, and other training and have huge operations here, he says. Singa- of this hub; there must be an opportunity
eral of the Association of Asia Pacific Air- research facilities. Notable tenants include pore has the entire ecosystem built. here. The Edge Singapore
18 W O R L D B U S I N E S S T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Australias Commonwealth IN BRIEF

Bitcoin soars to
record as buyers look

Bank to fight laundering claims beyond miners split


HONG KONG: Bitcoin extend-
ed gains to a record, ignoring a
split in the cryptocurrency over
its future. The digital exchange
rate jumped as much as 16%
from last Friday to an unprece-
It is facing civil action for allegedly breaching the laws 53,700 times dented US$3,292.41 (RM14,092),
even after bitcoins division last
week. The debate has revolved
SYDNEY: Australias biggest bank legedly breaching the laws 53,700 announcement tomorrow. the agency claimed. around how to upgrade its un-
yesterday admitted mistakes were times, particularly in relation to its The bank is accused of failing to While each breach could attract derlying technology, with a group
made but vowed to defend claims cash deposit machines. deliver to Austrac on time 53,506 A$18 million (RM60.99 million) of developers backing a solution
it breached money laundering and Its chief executive officer (CEO) reports for cash transactions of in fines, potentially running into called SegWit2x against miners
terrorism financing laws, which Ian Narev, who is facing calls to A$10,000 or more at the machines the billions of dollars, Narev said some of whom have created
could result in massive fines. resign, admitted mistakes were between November 2012 and Sep- a single coding error was likely re- an offshoot called Bitcoin Cash
The Commonwealth Bank, Aus- made and said he was focused on tember 2015, with a total value of sponsible for many of them. who want to increase the size of
tralias biggest company by market dealing with the issue. A$624.7 million. I understand 53,000 sounds like data blocks more drastically. The
capitalisation, was taken to court last We take it extremely seriously, It also failed to report suspi- a big number. One very important miner-orchestrated hard fork has
week by the countrys financial in- right up to the board level and I cious transactions on time, or at all, piece of context is that the vast ma- had limited traction and will not
telligence agency Austrac, accused as CEO am spending a lot of time that totalled A$77 million, and did jority related to one software cod- impact the price or future devel-
of serious and systemic non-com- on this at the moment, he told not monitor customers or manage ing error in 2012 that we picked up opment of bitcoin, said Aurelien
pliance with the legislation. the Australian Broadcasting Corp the risk even after becoming aware in 2015, fixed within a month and Menant, chief executive officer of
It is facing civil action for al- ahead of the banks annual results of suspected money laundering, rectified, he said. AFP Gatecoin Ltd, a cryptocurrency
exchange in Hong Kong, referring
to the split. Bloomberg

Toshiba may gain auditor sign-off Tesla planning


US$1.5b bond oering
to support Model 3
MICHIGAN: Tesla Inc is about
BY THOMA S WI L SON bourse this month, a loss of its sta- In particular, PwC has queried Jiji news agency said, without cit- to make its debut in the prima-
tus as a listed company would fur- whether Toshiba should have rec- ing sources. ry corporate bond market, as
TOKYO: Toshiba Corp may gain a ther complicate its ability to raise ognised multibillion-dollar losses Toshiba has entered into dis- Elon Musk bolsters his com-
partial endorsement from its audi- money, particularly for the invest- at US nuclear arm Westinghouse cussions with the auditor, seeking panys balance sheet amid an
tor for its annual financial results ment-intensive chip business that earlier than last December, sources to gain an opinion with qualifica- audacious bet on a more af-
after disagreements over account- it is trying to sell. familiar with the matter have said. tions, Jiji added. fordable electric car. The auto-
ing for the much of the year, Japa- Since taking over as Toshibas PwC is now looking at issuing The Nikkan Kogyo business daily maker plans to offer US$1.5 bil-
nese media reported a step that auditor in June last year, Pricewa- an opinion with qualifications reported that PwC could also issue lion (RM6.42 billion) in senior
would lessen, but not remove, the terhouseCoopers Aarata (PwC) has given where only minor prob- a stronger opinion without quali- unsecured notes due in 2025,
risk of a delisting. yet to endorse the firms financial lems exist by a bourse-imposed fications, which is given where no according to a statement. Tesla
For Toshiba, which was demoted results which have suffered nu- deadline on Thursday, but it could problems are found in a companys said it intends to use the pro-
to the second section of the Tokyo merous delays. also still issue an adverse opinion, accounts. Reuters ceeds to support the Model 3,
its cheapest model yet, and for
general corporate purposes. It
would be the companys first
Prosecutors seek sale of non-convertible bonds,
according to data compiled by
12 years jail for Bloomberg. Bloomberg
Samsung heir Indonesia economy
grows less than expected
BY HWA N G SU NGHEE JAKARTA: Indonesias economy
expanded slower than econo-
SEOUL: South Korean prose- mists had estimated in the sec-
cutors yesterday demanded the ond quarter of 2017 as public
heir to the Samsung empire be spending fell. Gross domestic
jailed for 12 years over his role product rose 5.01% from a year
in the corruption scandal that earlier, according to data re-
brought down the countrys leased by the statistics bureau
last president, Park Geun-hye. in Jakarta yesterday; economists
At the final hearing in the trial had predicted a growth of 5.08%.
of Lee Jae-yong, the vice-chair- President Joko Widodo has un-
man of Samsung Electronics, dertaken a major infrastruc-
prosecutors called him the ul- ture programme to bolster the
timate beneficiary of crimes economy. But a budget deficit
committed in the scandal. approaching the 3% legal limit
If the judges convict him and has forced the state to curb ex-
agree with the sentence recom- penditures. Bloomberg
mendation, it will be among the
harshest penalties ever passed From worst to best A shipbuilders fortunes Japans SoftBank says
on a top executive of a chaebol. 1Q prot jumps 50.1%
Lee and four other executives SINGAPORE: A recovery in demand Straits Times Index, which is heading be willing to look past near-term TOKYO: Japans SoftBank Group
of Samsung are accused of brib- for new bulk carriers has helped towards its best showing in five years earnings weakness if Yangzijiang Corp yesterday reported a 50.1%
ing Parks powerful confidante Singapores worst-performing stock with a 15% advance. The bulk-ship- can win more contracts, particu- rise in first-quarter (1Q) operat-
with millions of dollars to win in 2016 become its best this year. ping industry is in the midst of a re- larly since the sectors performance ing profit, after the company in-
presidential favours and ease a Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Hold- covery and scrapping of older vessels tends to be driven by the outlook for cluded Vision Fund, the worlds
controversial 2015 merger deal. ings Ltd, which specialises in dry- is creating demand for new ones, the shipping industry, said Corrine largest private equity fund, as a
They sought a 12-year sen- bulk carriers, has rallied 83% in underpinning Yangzijiang. Png, chief executive officer of Crucial new reportable segment and
tence for Lee, who is also 2017 to lead the benchmark Straits Earnings are still expected to Perspective, a research firm focused booked a valuation gain. The
charged with embezzlement Times Index. The Chinese ship- be under pressure for the next few on Asian transport equities. Internet and telecoms giant said
and hiding assets overseas building firm has made a come- years as the rebound in orders has Bigger rivals such as Sembcorp profit for the quarter through
among other offences, 10-year back after it won 13 contracts worth been limited amid an oversupply Marine Ltd and Keppel Corp, which June increased to 479.2 billion
terms for three of his co-ac- US$318 million in the first quarter, of vessels since the financial crisis. focus on oil rigs, have seen their (RM18.53 billion). SoftBank has
cused, and seven years for the about 40% of its US$823 million Yangzijiangs profit growth is expect- earnings weighed down as crude not released a forecast for the
last of the defendants in the trial. worth of orders it won last year. ed to slow for a third consecutive plunged more than 50% since mid- current business year ending
Lee denied any wrongdo- Its share-price gain this year is year in 2017, according to estimates 2014, with an oversupply in the March, saying there are too many
ing. AFP more than five times that of the from eight analysts. Investors may market. Bloomberg uncertain factors. Reuters
20 WORLD T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

North Korea defiant after IN BRIEF

Attack on UN oce
in Colombia injures

new sanctions, rejects talks


police ocer
BOGOTA: A police officer was
injured on Sunday in an attack
on a United Nations (UN) mis-
sion monitoring the disarming
of FARC rebels in Colombia as
part of the groups peace deal
with the government, author-
It also threatens to make the US pay the price for its crime ities said. Assailants attacked
the location where the FARC re-
bel group had a weapons stash
BY DAVE CL A RK The sanctions are a violent viola- for a security forum with top dip- pared to talk would be to stop these in the southwestern town of
tion of our sovereignty, Pyongyang lomats from the US, China, Russia missile launches, he said. Caloto, in Cauca department,
MANILA: North Korea yesterday said in a statement carried by its and other Asia-Pacific nations. Tillerson held out the prospect according to police, who said
angrily insisted tough new UN official Korea Central News Agency. US Secretary of State Rex Till- of US envoys at some point sitting a splinter group of the Marxist
sanctions would not stop it from We will not put our self-defen- erson yesterday ruled out a quick down with Pyongyangs isolated rebels or the smaller National
developing its nuclear arsenal, and sive nuclear deterrent on the nego- return to dialogue with North Ko- regime and avoiding war, although Liberation Army (ELN) could
warned it would not negotiate while tiating table while it faces threats rea, saying the new sanctions show he refused to say how long North have been behind the violence.
being threatened by the US. from Washington, it said, and will the world had run out of patience Korea might have to refrain from However, Cauca police general
The message of defiance is the never take a single step back from with Pyongyangs nuclear weapons testing more long-range missiles. Edgar Rodriguez said the ELN is
first major response to the US-draft- strengthening our nuclear might. ambitions. The sanctions are in response to blame. The ELN is currently
ed sanctions that the UN Security North Korea also threatened to Speaking to reporters at the fo- to North Korea conducting its first the only group fighting the Co-
Council unanimously approved make the US pay the price for its rum, Tillerson said Washington two intercontinental ballistic mis- lombian government, though it
over the weekend that could cost crime ... thousands of times. would only consider talks if Pyong- sile tests last month that its leader is seeking to negotiate its own
North Korea US$1 billion (RM4.28 The statement came as North yang halted its ballistic missile pro- Kim Jong-un boasted about show- peace deal. AFP
billion) a year while restricting cru- Koreas Foreign Minister Ri Yong- gramme. The best signal that North ing he could strike any part of the
cial economic links with China. Ho was in Manila, the Philippines, Korea could send that they are pre- US. AFP Italian remen started
res to receive bonuses
ROME: Fifteen firefighters
have been arrested in Sicily
Night swim
leaves Aussie
Google employees anti-diversity on suspicion of having start-
ed fires to receive bonus pay-
ments, police on the Italian
teen bloody and
bewildered
memo prompts company rebuke island said yesterday. The fire-
men are alleged to have faked
distress calls as part of the plan
to receive payments of around
BY SAM FORG I O NE in part due to biological causes and a culture in which those with alter- 10 (RM50) per hour by the
SYDNEY: An Australian teenager that these differences may explain native views, including different state for working in emergen-
emerged from a night-time dip NEW YORK: Google executives over why we dont see equal representa- political views, feel safe sharing cy situations. A number of the
in the ocean with blood stream- the weekend rushed to denounce tion of women in tech and leader- their opinions, Brown wrote. 15 volunteer firemen arrested,
ing from his feet and ankles in a an engineers memo that ascribed ship, he wrote. But that discourse needs to all from Ragusa province, are
gruesome mystery that doctors gender inequality in the technology The memo stoked the heated work alongside the principles of suspected of arson. The local
have struggled to explain. industry to biological differences, debate over treatment of women in equal employment found in our fire service authorities had no-
Sam Kanizay waded waist- a view that sparked outrage at the the male-dominated Silicon Valley Code of Conduct, policies and an- ticed an abnormal number
deep into the waters at Brighton Internet giant and inflamed ten- that has boiled for months follow- ti-discrimination laws, she added. of interventions by the team
Beach in suburban Melbourne sions over sexual harassment and ing sexual harassment scandals at Google engineering vice-pres- and launched an investiga-
on Saturday, standing still for discrimination in Silicon Valley. Uber Technologies Inc and several ident Aristotle Balogh also wrote tion. AFP
about 30 minutes. Upon coming The unnamed engineer assert- venture capital firms. an internal post criticising the em-
out from the sea, he was bleeding ed, in the 3,000-word document Googles recently hired vice-pres- ployees memo, saying stereotyp- PAPs Halimah Yacob
profusely from the calves down. circulated within the company last ident of diversity, integrity and gov- ing and harmful assumptions to run for president
The cold water numbed my week, Googles left bias has created ernance, Danielle Brown, sent a could not be allowed to play any SINGAPORE: The Straits Times
legs. I felt what I thought were a politically correct monoculture memo in response to the furore, say- part in the companys culture. A has reported that Madam Hal-
pins and needles but maybe it which prevents honest discussions ing the engineers essay advanced Google spokesman told Reuters imah Yacob has resigned as
wasnt just pins and needles, about the issue. incorrect assumptions about gender. the statements from Brown and Speaker of Parliament and
the 16-year-old told 3AW radio Distribution of preferences and Part of building an open, inclu- Balogh are official responses from member of parliament (MP)
yesterday. abilities of men and women differ sive environment means fostering Google. Reuters for Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC to
Washing the blood off his legs stand in next months presiden-
in the shower did little to stem tial election. She submitted her
the flow from what his family letter of resignation to Prime
believes was an attack by sea lice. Minister Lee Hsien Loong yes-
It sort of looked like hun- terday, informing him of her
dreds of little pin holes or pin- A plastic toy rake is seen decision to step down as MP
sized bites distributed all over among clumps of palm oil and leave the Peoples Action
my ankle and the top of my after it washed up onto a beach Party (PAP), where she was a
foot, he said. in Hong Kong yesterday. Ten central executive committee
Rushed to hospital, Kanizay beaches, usually packed on member and chaired the PAP
said doctors could not explain a hot weekend, were closed Seniors Group.
what had caused the injury. on Sunday due to a palm oil
We had a few people guess- spillage from a ship collision
Floods, landslides kill
ing it was sea lice, but no one in mainland Chinese waters.
26 in Vietnam
really had any idea. Photo by AFP HANOI: Floods and landslides
His father went as far as caused by torrential rains have
scooping some of the tiny crit- killed 26 people and left 15
ters from the ocean and posting missing in Vietnams moun-
a film online of them devouring tainous north, authorities said
small chunks of meat. Hong Kong cleans up greasy beaches after palm oil spill yesterday. Since early August,
Some reports cited experts flash floods have caused wide-
pointing instead to stingrays BY ELAINE Y U clumps of the oil on Sunday, with blighting its shores. spread destruction in Dien
or jellyfish as the suspected 11 beaches still closed to swimmers At Pui O beach, on Lantau Is- Bien, Yen Bai, Son La, Cao Bang
culprits. HONG KONG: A clean-up opera- yesterday at the height of a summer land, cleaners raked through the and Lai Chau provinces, the
However, Jeff Weir, from the tion was under way in Hong Kong heatwave. There are still lumps of the famous black sand yesterday, re- Hanoi-based disaster control
Dolphin Research Institute, said yesterday after a massive palm oil solidified oil on the beaches and the trieving lumps of palm oil mixed office said in a statement. Ac-
the injury was likely caused by spillage from a ship collision in seawater in some areas is greasy. with trash from plastic water bot- cording to witnesses in Yen Bai,
opportunistic amphipods, a tiny mainland Chinese waters clogged Hong Kong comprises more tles to childrens toys. Though a floods tore through villages last
crustacean that latches onto de- some of its most popular beaches. than 200 islands with glittering red flag is still up and the beach is Thursday night, carrying with
caying plant or animal matter to Some coastal parts were coated bays, but there are increasing con- officially closed, some people still them large boulders from the
help break it down. AFP with rancid-smelling sticky white cerns about pollution and rubbish ventured into the waters. AFP mountains. AFP
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F E AT U R E 2 1

Top market with a few top stocks


Rallies in a handful of stocks are dominating indices which can be worrying
BY KA NA NI SH I ZAWA ing of the market in a bull market,
said Richard Harris, Hong Kong-

A
mong the worlds based chief executive officer of Port
biggest stock mar- Shelter Investment Management.
kets, there have not It very often means that eventu-
been any better in- ally people are going to run out of
vestments this year things to buy.
than Hong Kongs Harris said that as well as the
Hang Seng Index. Hang Seng Index being swept up
But under the surface of that in a global trend for narrower ral-
26% surge, gains are getting more lies, the buying habits of Chinese
concentrated and that means mainland investors are having an
for some shares, volatility is on the impact.
rise. Take one of the Hang Sengs Mainland investors have pur-
heaviest weighted stocks, Tencent chased a net 246 billion yuan
Holdings Ltd. It is the best per- (RM158.53 billion) of Hong Kong
former this year with a 69% surge, stocks through Shanghai and Shen-
accounting for around a quarter of zhen trading links this year. Among
the indexs gain, according to data the most actively traded in recent
compiled by Bloomberg. And its 30- months include Tencent, Ping An,
day volatility has jumped 51%, as China Life Insurance Co and HSBC
price swings across the index grow Holdings Plc.
ever more muted. Crowd-following quants are also
Market watchers said mainland part of the story, according to Eric
Chinese investors are causing the Liu, head of research at Vanda Se-
phenomenon, favouring Hong ent been able to follow, said Victor Hang Seng Index climbed 0.5% Inc and Facebook Inc are domi- curities Ltd. Systematic investors are
Kongs biggest shares as they fun- Au, chief operating officer at Delta yesterday, while Tencent shares nating indices, and whether this targeting Tencent and some Chinese
nel cash into the city through ex- Asia Securities Ltd. The rallys re- jumped 3% after Morgan Stanley is something to worry about has bank stocks and they tend to raise
change links. While that creates liance on just a few stocks means raised its target price. been hotly contested. volatility on a subindex or a compa-
opportunities and pitfalls for an external shock would give the The advance has been narrow Cliff Asness at AQR Capital Man- ny level, while suppressing it on an
stock pickers, some strategists see market a good excuse to have a just seven of the indexs 49 stocks, agement has argued that four or overall index level, he said. It would
the lack of breadth as a risk for pas- big correction, he said. Investors including Tencent, Ping An Insur- five stocks always shoulder a dis- not be unusual for there to be nar-
sive money too, in that it is a sign are too complacent to the current ance (Group) Co and AIA Group Ltd proportionate amount of upside row market leadership, increasing
of a fragile rally. situation. accounted for almost 70% of the nothing to get excited about. volatility in those stocks as a fore-
There are certain funds com- The Hang Seng Indexs ascent in advance through last Friday. Their Howard Marks, the co-chairman runner that maybe the markets are
ing down from China and they are 2017 marks a departure from years 30-day price swings have jumped of Oaktree Capital Group LLC, has getting a bit high and need to come
buying into well-known stocks from of underperformance versus global 25% on average this year, while the listed addiction to FAANG-foment- back to some sort of reality, Port
their point of view, like Tencent or equities, with the Hong Kong meas- HSI Volatility Index holds near a ed gains among a handful of vul- Shelter Investment Managements
Ping An (Insurance (Group) Co). ure delivering more than twice the decade low. nerabilities that could spell the end Harris said. I would expect some
The Hang Seng Index has moved S&P 500 Indexs gain amid signs of A similar pattern is happening of what is now the second-longest sort of pullback in the third quarter.
quite considerably upwards, but a stabilising Chinese economy and in the US, where rallies in giant bull market ever. It is usually not a Maybe sell in August, buy back in
then the second or third liners hav- brighter earnings prospects. The technology companies like Apple good sign for there to be a narrow- November. Bloomberg

Shunned from bond market, Virgin Islands faces crisis


BY ROB I N RESPAU T of St Croix, St Thomas and St John. almost one-third since 2008. At times lands, officials increasingly relied on agencies overreacted.
We have a government that we this year the government was operat- borrowed money to fund govern- The US Virgin Islands is trapped
FOR a glimpse at the precarious cannot afford, and now all of it is ing with just two days cash on hand. ment operations. Debt loads for both in a circle of hock that is making it
financial health of this Caribbean converging, said Holland Redfield, At the Juan F Luis Hospital and territories have grown to staggering tough to manoeuvre. The govern-
island, visit its public hospital. a former six-term US Virgin Islands Medical Center, plumbing trou- proportions, now surpassing 50% of ment and its two public hospitals,
Pipes underneath the emergen- senator who hosts a radio talk show bles are just the beginning. Doctors their respective gross domestic prod- for example, owe a combined US$28
cy room collapsed in May, causing about politics in the territory. We have stopped performing some vital ucts. That is higher than anywhere million to the territorys water and
waste water to back up through the are getting to the point where we procedures, including implanting in the nation and sharply above the power authority, known as Wapa.
drains. Now workers and visitors, may have a potential meltdown. pacemakers and heart defibrillators, state median of 2.2%, Moodys In- In turn, Wapa owes about US$44
and even patients, use portable toi- Rating agencies have downgrad- because the facility cannot pay sup- vestors Service found. million to two former fuel vendors.
lets set up on the sidewalk. The hos- ed the islands credit ratings deep pliers for the devices, officials said. There was an idea that because Then theres the US$3.4 billion of un-
pital does not have the cash for new into junk territory. The government Before Puerto Rico imploded un- of the lockbox structure and the fact funded liabilities for public pensions
plumbing. proposes to slash public spending der US$70 billion in debt and US$50 that the territories did not have a and retiree healthcare. The pension
For years the US Virgin Islands by 10%. And it has threatened to billion of unfunded pension liabili- path to bankruptcy, they had to pay fund is 19.6% funded and projected
funded essential public services with auction homes and businesses of ties, few in Washington noticed trou- you, said Curtis Erickson, San Fran- to run out of money by 2023.
help from Wall Street. Investors lined property-tax deadbeats. bles brewing in the other inhabited cisco-based managing director of Pensioners can wait months be-
up to purchase its triple tax-exempt Governor Kenneth Mapp is quick US territories of American Samoa, Preston Hollow Capital, a municipal fore their annuities start, because the
bonds, a form of debt free from mu- to reassure bondholders that they Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands specialty finance company. government is behind on its contri-
nicipal, state and federal taxes. Now get first crack at one of the territorys and the US Virgin Islands. Residents That all changed in 2016 when butions. Territory officials cannot
the borrowing window has slammed largest funding sources: rum taxes. of these places are US citizens, but Congress passed legislation known say how they will close a projected
shut. Trouble in neighbouring Puer- The money pays debt service before they cannot vote in presidential elec- as Promesa giving Puerto Rico its US$100 million budget shortfall for
to Rico, which recently filed for a heading to government coffers, a tions and their Washington delegates first access to debt restructuring. this fiscal year. That is on top of an
form of bankruptcy, has investors protection called a lockbox. The US are non-voting figureheads. Despite The move sparked a ferocious battle accumulated net deficit of US$4.4
worried that the US Virgin Islands Virgin Islands has never been late on high poverty rates and joblessness, among creditors to see who would billion, according to government
might be next. a payment, much less defaulted on a the territories receive just a fraction shoulder the largest losses. Inves- financial records.
With just over 100,000 inhabitants, bond or loan agreement, Mapp said. of the federal funding allocated to tors quickly surmised the US Vir- Back at Juan F Luis Hospital, of-
the protectorate now owes north But how these islands will recover US states for entitlements such as gin Islands might pursue the same ficials hope to move the emergency
of US$2 billion (RM8.56 billion) to from years of budget deficits and a Medicare and Medicaid. strategy. In December, S&P Global room into the cardiac wing so repairs
bondholders and creditors. That is severe liquidity crisis remains to be To bridge the gap, some have Ratings downgraded the territory by can begin on the collapsed pipes.
the biggest per capita debt load of seen. The territory lost its single-larg- turned to the bond market. Bond a stunning seven notches to B from The government has pledged US$3
any US territory or state more than est private employer five years ago issues typically fund infrastructure BBB+, putting it well below invest- million for the job, but Tim Lessing,
US$19,000 for every man, woman when a refinery shut down. Gross and capital projects. But in the case ment grade. The US Virgin Islands is the facilitys chief financial officer,
and child across the island chain domestic product has declined by of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Is- adamant that S&P and other rating wonders if he will see it. Reuters
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

Personal
ASSISTANT
COMPI L ED BY HANNAH M ER ICAN

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

Italian architect Sottsass surrounded by some of his designs at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Sottsass is recognised as a major gure in architecture
and design. Photos by Bloomberg

TRY out Garretts Matcha CaramelCrisp pop-


corn available for a limited time only. Spe-
cially developed by the Garrett team, the
matcha powder boasts strong, bright green
tea avour to complement the CaramelCrisp.
Quality matcha powder is then infused into
INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER SOTTSASS
handcrafted batches of the CaramelCrisp
every day for added complexity of avours.
The Matcha CaramelCrisp, at RM18, is availa-
ble until August 13 at Garrett Popcorn shops
COLOURED THE 1980S IN PASTEL
nationwide.

The architect and manufacturing companies eager to ap-


propriate his avant-garde imprimatur.
designer is a major The result, unveiled at the famous Sa-
lone de Mobile, was a collection of 57
figure in his own pieces from a colourful, primary-coloured
couch to a bookshelf made from lami-
industry nate-covered particle board. These objects
were not intended for mass consumption;
they were considered luxury items. They
WATCH Dunkirk, now showing in cinemas. are still for sale. After walking through the
Set in 1940, Germany advanced into France BY JAMES TARMY Met Breuers galleries, visitors can buy
trapping the Allied troops on the beaches Memphis furniture from the gift shop

R
of Dunkirk. Under air and ground cover, arely has one person defined downstairs, or go online, where one of
British and French forces are on a mission an epoch as completely as Sottsass Carlton bookshelves is on sale
to evacuate people along the beaches using the architect and designer for 13,145 (RM66,208). 01
every serviceable naval and civilian vessel Ettore Sottsass did in the late The response to the Milan exposition
as the enemy closes in. Directed by Christo- 1980s and early 1990s. The was immediate: Sottsass and the rest of
pher Nolan, the lm stars Tom Hardy, Mark eras totems Cosby sweat- the group were lauded for mixing pop
Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy ers, swatch watches, neon rollerblades culture and high design, and this will
and Fionn Whitehead. Visit www.cinema.com. can be traced directly to objects his not come as news to anyone who had
my for screening times and ticket bookings. design collective, the Memphis Group, spent the early 1990s wearing bright pas-
unveiled at a Milan furniture fair in 1981. tels their aesthetic soon permeated in
This summer, the Metropolitan Mu- every corner of the globe. Clothing com-
seum of Art in New York is taking on the pany Esprit, for instance, commissioned
task of not only reviving Sottsass repu- Sottsass to design its geometric, wildly
tation, but also introducing the world to colourful showrooms.
his lesser-known early work. At the mu- Sottsass own work is so varied that de-
seums Breuer building, the exhibition lineating it from the crowd can be difficult.
Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical (until Oct Everyone other than a true Sottsass schol-
8) takes visitors on a tour of the chairs, ar will be forced to peer at wall labels to
computers and sculptures that defined identify what is what perhaps too much
the designers world. interrogation for a casual visitor. Still, the
By the 1970s, Sottsass had experiment- show is ultimately a series of pushes and
ed with virtually every medium. He made pulls, an exhibition in true dialogue with 02
CHECK out the exhibition Arts of Jomon at wooden furniture, including a magnifi- the art it showcases. It befits Sottsass ca-
Isetan The Japan Store today. The exhibition cent Jenga-like assemblage of shelves and reer a string of experiments, a sequence
focuses on a collective of artists inspired by drawers, Tower Cabinet from 1962 to 1963, of trials and errors that culminated in a
the Jomon period in Japan which saw the prominently displayed at the exhibition. global influence. Bloomberg
creative arts ourish alongside nature. The That whimsical, almost impossible piece
exhibition reconstructs the spirit and designs of furniture is contrasted with a side chair
from the period giving it a contemporary art from 1972s Synthesis 45 Office Furni-
perspective. The exhibition was rst shown ture System. Olivetti manufactured the
in New York in 2013 and has made its way aluminum chair, with its cheerful yellow 01. The Olivetti Valentine
around the world. Entry fee is RM15. Arts base and drab brown fabric, for corporate portable typewriter, designed
of Jomon is on until Aug 13 at Isetan The offices around the world. by Sottsass.
Japan Store, Lot 10, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Only in the final room of the show that
Kuala Lumpur. For more information, visit visitors encounter his Memphis Group 02. An oce chair designed by
www.cube1kl.com. designs, the exhibitions most exciting Sottsass for Olivetti.
objects. By the time he co-founded Mem-
phis in 1981 the name is partially an 02. A Carlton room divider or
homage to Bob Dylans song Stuck Inside bookshelf from 1981 designed
of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again by Sottsass.
Sottsass was a major figure in his own
industry, and the group had backing from 03
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

CARS BY HANNAH ELLIOTT

Heres a superpowerful BMW thats best enjoyed from the back seat
The BMW M760i is a handsome sedan with
a mammoth V12 engine.
BMW introduced it this summer, with a
starting price of US$156,495 (RM669,799),
as a way to attract buyers who prefer be-
ing driven in an executive-style lounge,
and the ones who enjoy driving a sports
car of their own.
BMW makes another big sedan you
might put in this category, the Alpina B7.
That one is the US$138,800 V8 that BMW
builds with its engineering partner, Alpina.
Its thrilling to drive. But if I had to choose
between the two, Id opt for the M760i
the big engine and athletic handling, fresh
new colourways, and a back seat to die for
give it the overall edge.
V12 value does exist
BMW has dropped a whopping 601-horse-
power twin-turbo throbbing heart into
the front of this 7-Series good enough
for zero-to-60 miles per hour (mph) (97
kilometres per hour) in 3.6 seconds and a
top speed of 155mph. That engine comes BMW gave the M760i a 601-hp twin-turbo V12 engine with a top speed of 155mph. Photos by Bloomberg
from the same line as those used at sister
company Rolls-Royce, and the familial rear seat and footrest, an executive lounge-
relationship is abundantly clear. style centre console in the rear, a removable
I should say here that this M760i is not seven-inch tablet in addition to two large
an M7. No such thing exists, technically TV screens, and lounge armrests and seat-
speaking. Rather, M Sport cars such as ing that are heated and cooled yes, even
this M760i are the highest-level trim ver- in the rear. (Power-hungry drivers at the
sions of the regular, non-M series vehicles. front of the car should take note: That iDrive
Actual M cars think M3 or M5 are controller in the rear controls everything
engineered and produced separately by in the car, too, as I found out when the
BMWs motor-sport division. Those have music began to take an unexpected turn
major differences in their chassis, perfor- away from my beloved hip-hop jams one
mance, and components from non-M cars, afternoon heading out to Queens.)
and theyre considerably more expensive. Everything about this car feels like a re-
M Sport vehicles such as this have cosmetic ward. If you were blindfolded, you could
upgrades and some adjustments in such tell that its plush just by touching things
things as the suspension, splitters, and ex- inside: The nappa leather is thick and soft
haust but do not command the full BMW (get the viola merino leather option in
motor-sport architecture. The BMW M760i has extensive parking cameras, including one that gives a 360-degree helicopter view smoke white for US$4,000), the wood trim
Even so, I might choose the M760i from the top. is fine-grained and solid, the aluminium is
over the segment-dominant Mercedes- brushed to the same calibre as the brace-
Benz S Class. I say this based on money let of a Submariner Rolex. What especially
savings alone. While the S65 AMG costs When you get behind the wheel, you feel all lounged in the back playing with the impressed me is that the slats in the kid-
US$226,900, the M760i costs US$70,000 as though youre driving something much entertainment screens, massaging reclin- ney grill on the M760i are actual steel, not
less; its also two inches (5cm) shorter smaller, but the M760i is just as potent as ing lounge chairs, 16-speaker Bowers & something that feels like plastic, as many
than the S65 and feels much sleeker from any sport sedan. Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound system, of the others in the BMW fleet do. Once
behind the wheel and in the back seat and interior automatic-dimming mood you have this level of craftsmanship on
than that small distance would suggest. See you in the back lights as if it were their own personal spa your town car, everything else feels cheap.
And despite that impressive engine size Really, though, the back of the M760i is day. Rude. BMW badly wants to usurp the S Class
and four additional cylinders, the M760i where Id live, should this car be mine. I I dont blame them. Who would say no here in creating a large sedan that performs
drives smaller than both the Alpina B7 and drove a handful of friends in it up to Bear to a seriously panoramic sky lounge roof like Jason Statham in a suit. If it hasnt
the S, touching the ground more lightly Mountain, out on Long Island, around (US$900 extra) and multicoloured mood done it with the M760i, it has come close,
and skirting corners more nimbly with its some upstate lakes, and all through Brook- lighting adjustable at the level of an infra- and, in the meantime, we all have certain-
eight-speed, all-wheel drive than its spec- lyn for a week recently. It was lonely. No- red sauna? The US$5,750 Rear Executive ly benefited from this goal. Ambition is a
ifications would indicate on paper alone. body wanted to sit up front with me. They Lounge Seating package includes a power heck of a drug. Bloomberg

The US$5,750 Rear Executive Lounge Seating package includes a power rear seat and footrest, an
You can choose to individualise your car with BMW Individual paint, steering wheel, door sills, and executive lounge-style centre console in the rear, a removable seven-inch tablet in addition to two large
badging, plus merino leather upholstery, a matching Alcantara headliner, and chrome exterior designs. TV screens, and lounge armrests and seating that are heated and cooled yes, even in the rear.
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Stroud wins Barracuda Champ


IN BRIEF

Under Armours plan to


revive sales could hit snags
BENGALURU: Under Armour
Inc, which became a sensation
riding the athleisure trend a few
He beats Werenski and Owen in a three-man play-off years ago, laid out a strategy last
week to stanch a steep decline in
sales growth but the companys
LOS ANGELES: American Chris weeks and went back to an old than counting the total number round of the event. He carded an progress could hit roadblocks.
Stroud won the PGA Tours Bar- one. of strokes taken, as in stroke play, eagle, nine birdies and three bo- The company admitted that its
racuda Championship on Sunday, The putts started going in, and Stableford scoring involves scor- geys in his 18 holes on Sunday. days of astronomical growth
beating Richy Werenski and Greg that was the only difference this ing points based on the number Owen entered the final round were behind them and said it
Owen in a three-man play-off. week. of strokes taken at each hole. The with a five-point lead, but he was would cut jobs and close stores,
Stroud posted an eagle on the Stroud, Werenski and Englands format awards eight points for an eliminated on the first extra hole underscoring its struggles in a
final hole of regulation to get into Owen finished with 44 points af- albatross, five for eagle, two for after making par while both We- fast-changing and fiercely com-
the play-off and record his first win ter regulation of the event at the birdie, zero for par, and subtracts renski and Stroud made birdies. petitive US sportswear market.
in 289 PGA Tour events. Montreaux Golf and Country Club a point for a bogey and three for Werenski was eliminated at the Under Armours troubles are
To finally get one is unbelieva- in Reno, Nevada. double bogey or worse. second extra hole after he made partly tied to the fading athlei-
ble, Stroud said. Ive putted with The tournament used the Mod- Stroud scored a tourna- a par as Stroud scored another sure trend casual clothing
15 different putters in the last two ified Stableford system. Rather ment-best 20 points in the final birdie. AFP designed for both exercise and
everyday wear. But there are big-
ger problems afoot. Reuters

Red-hot Keys takes Aussie Olympic legend


Betty Cuthbert dies
SYDNEY: Australian Olympic

Stanford title icon Betty Cuthbert, the only


athlete to ever win gold in the
100m, 200m, and 400m, has died
aged 79 after a long battle with
LOS ANGELES: Madison Keys so it didnt come as a surprise multiple sclerosis, officials said
looked to be in US Open form early she played her best tennis in the yesterday. Cuthbert shot to fame
on Sunday at the WTA Tours Stan- final. as a little-known 18-year-old at
ford tournament, beating Ameri- It was the first career WTA meet- the 1956 Melbourne Olympics,
can compatriot CoCo Vandewe- ing between Keys and Vandewe- winning the 100m, 200m and
ghe 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 for her third ghe but they are no strangers off 4x100m relay, earning her the
career title. the court. The two Fed Cup team- nickname Golden Girl by local
The 22-year-old Keys was mates shared a long embrace at media. During her career, she
pleased with the win after battling the net after Keys closed out the set nine world records, four of
injuries this year which caused her win with back-to-back forehand them in 1958, and remains the
to miss the first two months of the winners. only athlete, male or female, to
season following wrist surgery. win Olympic gold in the 100m,
It hasnt been the easiest last Im really, 200m and 400m. AFP
couple of months, but this means
a lot to me, said Keys, who earned
really happy that Real ready to go without
her first win of 2017. this is kind of Ronaldo against United
Keys also said the victory will the start of SKOPJE (Macedonia): Cristiano
give her confidence going into Ronaldo has finally returned
the US Open, the last Grand Slam
my US Open to training with Real Madrid
of the year which begins in three Series but the defending European
weeks in New York. champions are set to be without
It finally feels like Im on the the Portuguese superstar in to-
right track and feeling good about Thanks for a great week CoCo, days Uefa Super Cup clash with
my tennis again. It feels amazing said Keys. HEADS-UP ... A man practising yboarding near the village of Olenevka, Crimea Manchester United in Skopje.
to have a title at home and on Keys hit two aces, had three on Saturday. The International Festival of Extreme Sports Extreme Crimea ended on Ronaldos summer has been
hard courts. double faults and won 76% of her Saturday has quickly become the Crimean peninsulas annual epicentre of extreme sports overshadowed by accusations
Im really, really happy that first-serve points in the one hour, and Russia in its entirety. Extreme Crimea this year was held in the format of a three-week of tax evasion in Spain, which
this is kind of the start of my US 28 minute match. marathon of dance, street directions and water sports. The rst week was dedicated to led to him being charged in a
Open Series. Vandeweghe, 24, also served dance styles and took the baton from the festival of a breakdance Yalta Summer Jam. The court near Madrid last week,
The world No 21 Keys reached brilliantly, hammering six aces second week was lled with street sports parkour, skate park, workout, and everything while he was handed an ex-
the final by eliminating reign- and winning 73% of her first-serve connected to it. The third week was combined water sports boats, kayaks, windsurng tended summer break by his
ing Wimbledon champion Gar- points. She reached the final with- and beach games. Photo by Reuters club after playing for Portugal at
bine Muguruza in straight sets, out dropping a set. AFP the Confederations Cup. AFP

Autistic golfer dreams of Green Jacket


BY PA RK C H A N- KYONG the clubs, and following five other person had just said. My a special education system in the I think he was born as a golf-
failed attempts, he secured pro- heart sank one day when I said, US, where he started playing ice er, he said.
ANSEONG (South Korea): Golf is fessional status at a Korea PGA Good night Seungmin, and he hockey as a sports therapy. When they started working to-
among the most solitary of sports, trial in May one of the few au- replied Good night Seungmin, in- Six years later, he turned to gether, teaching him was harder
its players engaged in a constant tistic people to do so anywhere stead of Good night mother, she golf, which he had been practising than instructing 20 normal ath-
struggle with themselves as they in the world. said of the phenomenon known during summer vacations. letes at the same time, Kim said.
compete against the implacable His next goal is a tour card at as echolalia. Autistic golfers are not com- As he has trouble communicat-
opponent of par. the Korea PGA qualifying school He tends to show attachments pletely unprecedented. Moe Nor- ing, I had to teach him with actions
But for autistic newly qualified in November. to certain objects another com- man, who won 55 Canadian Tour and poses, not by words, showing
professional Simon Seungmin I love golf, said Lee, who has mon symptom most notably and other Canadian events from him every right pose and proper
Lee, it is a way to escape from difficulty speaking and whose a Patrick the Starfish character the 1950s to the 1970s, is believed muscle movement and fixing his
his enclosed self and engage with mother helped him communicate doll he was given when the fam- to have suffered from the disorder. own by touching him, he said.
the world. throughout the interview. ily went to the Universal Studios A metronomically reliable hitter Etiquette was another chal-
The 20-year-old South Korean, I want to win the Masters, theme park in Orlando, Florida of the ball, he has been described lenge, with Lee not understanding
who grew up in the US, has been he added. 10 years ago. as a supernaturally gifted yet why he should stay quiet when
medically assessed as having the Lee started showing symptoms Asked by his mother who he cruelly misunderstood athlete. other players were teeing off.
communication skills of a child in his early childhood in the US would rescue first from a sinking Lee is cognitively impaired, but But once he learned the ropes,
half his age and the sociali- where his father, a South Korean ship, her or the doll, Lee grimaced has a remarkable rote memory he never looked back.
sation abilities of a 10-month- diplomat, was stationed. and groaned, unable to make up and his motor skills appear to be All I worry now is he is prac-
old baby. He started avoiding eye con- his mind. highly developed, according to his tising too hard, said the coach.
But six years after taking up tact and replying with what the At age eight, he was placed in golf coach Kim Jong-pil. AFP
TU E SDAY AU G U S T 8 , 2017 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
Markets 2 5
BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE COUNTER CLOSING
(RM)
+/
(RM)
VOL
(000)
VWAP*
(RM)
PE#
(X)
DY
(%)
MKT CAP
(MIL)
1.023 0.561 0.770 0.735 7609 AJIYA 0.740 -0.025 1267.5 0.751 10.69 2.70 225.4
Sectorial Movement 0.160 0.065 0.115 0.115 9954 AKNIGHT 0.115 0.025 50 0.115 6.7
2.099 0.651 1.740 1.690 2674 ALCOM 1.700 -0.020 677.7 1.712 19.36 12.06 228.4
INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG 1.070 0.315 0.745 0.690 4758 ANCOM 0.700 -0.040 3147.7 0.711 8.78 153.3
3.550 1.269 3.050 3.020 6556 ANNJOO 3.050 0.020 208 3.031 6.49 2.95 1,622.0
KLSE COMPOSITE 1,777.91 3.38 0.19 TECHNOLOGY 37.70 -0.26 -0.68 0.551 0.095 0.105 0.100 9342 ANZO 0.100 -0.005 4662.1 0.100 80.3
KLSE INDUSTRIAL 3,277.97 12.64 0.39 FTSE BURSA 100 12,282.09 13.90 0.11 1.100 0.825 1.030 1.030 5568 APB 1.030 UNCH 25.1 1.030 12.89 6.31 116.3
CONSUMER PRODUCT 628.70 0.81 0.13 FTSE BURSA MID 70 14,938.11 -18.64 -0.12 4.147 3.220 3.850 3.800 5015 APM 3.800 UNCH 31.6 3.829 14.93 3.95 766.1
1.240 0.735 1.080 1.050 7214 ARANK 1.080 0.010 245.5 1.065 7.31 2.78 129.6
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT 156.40 0.45 0.29 FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP 17,140.37 -75.79 -0.44 1.290 0.671 1.160 1.130 7162 ASTINO 1.140 -0.020 1162.5 1.136 8.24 0.88 312.5
CONSTRUCTION 334.98 -0.01 Unch FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING 19,017.18 -84.85 -0.44 1.480 0.384 1.080 1.050 7099 ATTA 1.070 0.030 1736.3 1.064 4.19 7.30 122.6
TRADE & SERVICES 231.00 -0.03 -0.01 FTSE BURSA EMAS 12,629.54 9.67 0.08 1.110 0.270 7181 ATURMJU 0.295 18.0
2.550 1.452 8133 BHIC 2.200 5.49 1.36 546.6
KLSE FINANCIAL 16,839.57 16.71 0.10 FTSE BUR MSIA ACE 6,526.12 -50.29 -0.76 0.570 0.390 0.425 0.410 7005 BIG 0.410 -0.010 18 0.413 19.7
KLSE PROPERTY 1,250.89 0.37 0.03 FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH 12,753.73 9.72 0.08 0.580 0.095 0.530 0.510 7187 BKOON 0.510 -0.015 3609.7 0.519 141.1
KLSE PLANTATION 7,872.68 21.90 0.28 FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH 13,982.06 10.78 0.08 1.110 0.755 0.900 0.890 168 BOILERM 0.890 -0.010 100.7 0.893 19.91 1.69 459.2
2.425 1.610 1.610 1.610 6297 BOXPAK 1.610 UNCH 8 1.610 193.3
KLSE MINING 506.61 Unch Unch FTSE/ASEAN 40 10,377.89 -31.65 -0.30 1.600 1.293 1.380 1.370 5100 BPPLAS 1.370 -0.010 46 1.376 16.37 5.84 257.1
0.400 0.300 0.325 0.310 9938 BRIGHT 0.320 0.005 311.5 0.321 52.6
0.675 0.210 0.570 0.555 7221 BSLCORP 0.555 -0.005 760.1 0.560 7.39 54.4
0.365 0.210 0.250 0.245 7188 BTM 0.245 -0.010 25.8 0.246 55.68 30.7
3.785 3.182 3.400 3.350 5105 CANONE 3.390 -0.010 120.7 3.371 7.20 1.18 651.4
0.035 0.005 5229 CAP 0.010 13.6

Bursa Malaysia Main Market 2.168 1.883 2.020


1.810 0.782 1.550
1.800 1.450
2.000
1.520

7076
2879
8435
CBIP
CCM
CEPCO
2.010
1.550
1.750
UNCH
-0.010

247.6
660.9

2.009
1.532

9.03
57.84

2.99
3.23

1,081.9
709.3
78.4
1.210 1.020 8044 CFM 1.210 49.6
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP 1.930 1.376 1.910 1.900 5007 CHINWEL 1.900 UNCH 95.7 1.902 9.91 4.21 569.1
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) 2.400 1.344 2.010 1.960 5797 CHOOBEE 2.010 0.050 160.4 1.983 6.55 2.99 220.9
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 1.150 0.700 8052 CICB 1.110 28.24 55.5
0.795 0.495 0.515 0.515 7120 ACOSTEC 0.515 UNCH 10 0.515 643.75 4.85 91.6 0.075 0.050 0.055 0.050 7018 CME 0.050 UNCH 110 0.051 24.3
4.887 3.595 7090 AHEALTH 4.730 15.72 2.43 554.1 4.628 3.476 4.000 3.850 2852 CMSB 3.970 -0.030 516.6 3.959 22.34 1.59 4,265.3
26.200 12.677 26.200 25.980 2658 AJI 26.200 0.220 98.2 26.082 8.50 1.60 1,592.9 0.540 0.200 7986 CNASIA 0.400 0.79 18.2
0.380 0.210 7051 AMTEK 0.305 15.2 1.559 1.241 1.330 1.290 5071 COASTAL 1.290 -0.030 398.5 1.303 14.73 1.55 685.8
6.007 4.970 5.100 5.100 6432 APOLLO 5.100 UNCH 0.5 5.100 22.87 4.90 408.0 1.150 0.665 0.855 0.840 7195 COMCORP 0.850 -0.010 228.1 0.847 8.01 119.0
1.110 0.800 7722 ASIABRN 0.940 74.4 0.985 0.625 0.970 0.950 2127 COMFORT 0.950 -0.010 4522.4 0.956 10.92 530.9
3.951 3.140 3.290 3.280 7129 ASIAFLE 3.290 UNCH 14 3.286 11.31 4.86 640.8 2.156 1.255 1.720 1.690 5094 CSCSTEL 1.720 -0.010 43.5 1.705 9.23 5.81 653.6
49.788 39.606 44.880 44.380 4162 BAT 44.660 UNCH 169.4 44.665 16.69 4.81 12,751.8 0.015 0.005 22 CYBERT 0.005 0.5
0.120 0.035 0.080 0.075 7243 BIOOSMO 0.080 UNCH 539 0.077 63.6 0.829 0.680 0.685 0.680 7157 CYL 0.680 -0.005 5.6 0.685 53.97 5.88 68.0
0.740 0.540 0.565 0.555 9288 BONIA 0.560 0.010 261.1 0.562 16.09 2.23 451.5 0.405 0.280 5082 CYMAO 0.315 23.6
0.992 0.483 0.950 0.900 7174 CAB 0.915 -0.045 2440.1 0.923 12.10 0.35 558.7 2.380 1.692 2.200 2.180 8125 DAIBOCI 2.200 0.020 40.8 2.195 30.22 2.00 721.4
0.540 0.460 0.475 0.460 7154 CAELY 0.475 UNCH 93.2 0.465 6.99 2.11 38.0 1.510 0.315 1.240 1.230 8176 DENKO 1.230 0.010 102.7 1.232 128.5
0.340 0.260 7128 CAMRES 0.285 28.79 3.51 56.1 0.330 0.220 0.290 0.285 7114 DNONCE 0.285 UNCH 184.1 0.286 51.9
15.200 13.107 14.920 14.800 2836 CARLSBG 14.820 -0.080 9.6 14.829 21.64 4.86 4,531.2 0.435 0.270 0.275 0.270 5835 DOLMITE 0.270 -0.005 86 0.272 122.73 73.8
1.028 0.519 1.000 0.970 7035 CCK 0.970 -0.005 1526.7 0.985 12.90 2.06 305.9 0.430 0.250 5835PA DOLMITE-PA 0.270 3.1
2.388 1.867 2.040 2.020 7148 CCMDBIO 2.040 UNCH 117.1 2.036 19.92 3.19 569.1 0.520 0.155 0.260 0.235 5265 DOLPHIN 0.245 0.005 9331.7 0.249 54.4
2.700 2.250 2.330 2.320 2828 CIHLDG 2.330 -0.020 5 2.326 15.50 2.15 377.5 1.310 1.046 1.260 1.250 7169 DOMINAN 1.260 UNCH 81.1 1.250 9.06 3.97 208.0
0.050 0.020 0.030 0.025 5188 CNOUHUA 0.025 -0.005 235 0.029 16.7 1.860 0.920 1.680 1.660 1619 DRBHCOM 1.680 0.030 1310.4 1.672 0.60 3,247.8
3.200 1.745 3.080 3.030 7205 COCOLND 3.030 -0.040 246.6 3.052 15.43 5.12 693.3 1.606 0.540 1.410 1.360 7233 DUFU 1.380 0.010 1212.6 1.389 8.33 3.26 242.1
1.960 1.462 1.830 1.820 7202 CSCENIC 1.820 UNCH 27.5 1.826 17.15 6.04 219.3 0.985 0.795 0.805 0.800 8907 EG 0.800 UNCH 466.3 0.802 7.47 169.3
0.095 0.055 0.060 0.055 5214 CSL 0.060 0.005 635.1 0.055 7.59 74.6 1.100 0.860 9016 EKSONS 0.950 156.0
0.810 0.660 0.670 0.660 9423 CWG 0.670 -0.010 84 0.668 3.71 5.22 56.4 0.927 0.510 0.805 0.750 7217 EMETALL 0.785 0.045 7528.3 0.785 18.00 3.18 134.4
0.060 0.025 0.030 0.025 7179 DBE 0.025 -0.005 461.7 0.027 83.33 34.5 0.885 0.500 7773 EPMB 0.600 1.67 99.6
1.000 0.740 7119 DEGEM 0.940 11.26 2.66 126.0 0.443 0.367 0.390 0.385 190 ESAFE 0.385 UNCH 193.8 0.386 11.81 92.6
62.204 52.364 59.300 58.060 3026 DLADY 59.280 0.080 3.9 59.044 25.79 1.69 3,793.9 1.115 0.719 0.855 0.830 5101 EVERGRN 0.835 -0.005 9003.6 0.838 11.22 2.40 706.8
0.115 0.070 0.085 0.080 7198 DPS 0.080 -0.005 289 0.084 800.0 47.0 0.912 0.580 0.600 0.585 7249 EWEIN 0.600 UNCH 283.6 0.593 13.54 0.83 181.0
0.105 0.020 0.080 0.075 7182 EKA 0.080 0.005 2090 0.079 25.0 1.380 1.011 1.270 1.250 2984 FACBIND 1.250 -0.020 16 1.259 11.14 2.00 106.5
0.360 0.140 0.240 0.235 9091 EMICO 0.240 UNCH 91 0.239 14.29 23.0 3.020 2.270 2.890 2.850 7229 FAVCO 2.890 0.010 167.8 2.863 8.40 5.19 639.9
1.967 1.372 1.460 1.430 7149 ENGKAH 1.460 -0.060 6 1.445 42.57 4.11 103.3 0.800 0.495 0.615 0.600 149 FIBON 0.605 0.010 126 0.606 13.78 2.07 59.3
0.270 0.195 0.195 0.195 7208 EURO 0.195 UNCH 189.7 0.195 25.32 47.4 2.410 2.020 2.380 2.360 3107 FIMACOR 2.370 0.010 226.7 2.369 15.16 5.27 581.3
0.800 0.630 7094 EUROSP 0.760 35.19 33.8 1.870 1.368 1.870 1.840 5197 FLBHD 1.850 0.020 1170.6 1.853 8.63 8.11 190.9
26.000 21.887 24.740 24.380 3689 F&N 24.680 -0.060 79.9 24.661 25.59 2.33 9,052.1 1.420 1.330 1.340 1.340 3611 GBH 1.340 UNCH 2.3 1.340 152.27 250.0
1.205 0.815 2755 FCW 1.000 82.64 1.50 250.0 2.470 1.450 2.190 2.140 7197 GESHEN 2.160 UNCH 178.4 2.159 10.16 172.8
0.870 0.620 0.695 0.675 8605 FFHB 0.675 0.005 146.9 0.686 11.34 1.78 73.6 0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 5220 GLOTEC 0.055 UNCH 3856.5 0.056 296.0
1.220 0.693 1.180 1.150 9172 FPI 1.150 -0.020 583.1 1.163 13.13 5.22 284.5 0.735 0.220 0.240 0.230 7192 GOODWAY 0.240 -0.005 80 0.236 26.5
2.070 0.900 1.870 1.720 7184 G3 1.720 -0.070 3 1.820 236.5 0.135 0.085 0.095 0.090 7096 GPA 0.095 -0.005 310.1 0.095 11.73 93.1
1.670 0.858 1.670 1.630 5102 GCB 1.640 0.030 1813.2 1.648 22.65 0.91 787.5 0.425 0.255 0.295 0.295 5649 GPHAROS 0.295 -0.005 14 0.295 39.7
2.999 2.334 2.720 2.700 5606 GOLDIS 2.710 -0.070 8 2.709 7.95 0.74 1,656.9 0.245 0.195 136 GREENYB 0.200 38.46 3.00 66.7
0.110 0.030 5187 HBGLOB 0.050 23.4 0.145 0.085 0.105 0.105 7077 GSB 0.105 UNCH 100 0.105 55.4
19.100 15.038 18.140 18.000 3255 HEIM 18.100 0.100 23.8 18.039 20.09 6.35 5,468.0 1.050 0.749 0.950 0.935 3247 GUH 0.940 0.005 100.2 0.943 13.30 3.72 261.2
10.600 8.426 10.100 10.000 3301 HLIND 10.080 0.040 122.5 10.049 11.22 3.47 3,305.3 1.180 0.235 0.850 0.810 5151 HALEX 0.825 -0.025 348.7 0.829 87.5
1.019 0.831 0.970 0.970 5160 HOMERIZ 0.970 UNCH 105 0.970 10.21 2.06 291.0 7.400 4.035 7.260 7.090 5168 HARTA 7.170 0.040 617.6 7.182 41.61 1.12 11,795.3
0.405 0.240 0.335 0.330 7213 HOVID 0.330 UNCH 1137.6 0.332 24.09 3.03 270.9 1.320 0.935 0.980 0.945 7105 HCK 0.945 -0.025 274.1 0.953 429.55 398.0
1.280 1.113 1.210 1.200 5024 HUPSENG 1.210 UNCH 79.2 1.208 20.44 3.31 968.0 8.480 1.990 8.480 8.000 4324 HENGYUAN 8.310 0.340 4341.3 8.281 4.86 2,493.0
0.630 0.450 0.475 0.475 8478 HWATAI 0.475 0.005 10 0.475 169.64 35.5 1.780 0.983 1.760 1.730 5095 HEVEA 1.750 0.020 3073.3 1.752 9.86 4.06 947.6
4.880 1.865 4.820 4.660 5107 IQGROUP 4.800 -0.030 344.6 4.705 14.73 2.29 422.5 1.200 0.825 0.980 0.970 3298 HEXZA 0.970 -0.005 130.9 0.975 7.05 4.64 194.4
1.570 0.982 1.570 1.510 7152 JAYCORP 1.520 0.010 638.9 1.539 9.27 3.29 208.6 0.410 0.260 0.400 0.370 5072 HIAPTEK 0.390 0.015 18575.7 0.388 13.13 0.77 510.8
0.740 0.505 8931 JERASIA 0.580 8.24 47.6 0.560 0.180 0.420 0.410 5199 HIBISCS 0.410 0.005 12115.2 0.414 4.69 592.0
2.618 1.470 1.560 1.470 5247 KAREX 1.480 -0.070 4123.1 1.502 39.89 1.35 1,483.5 1.276 0.840 7033 HIGHTEC 1.020 6.91 3.43 41.4
5.070 3.153 4.850 4.830 7216 KAWAN 4.830 -0.020 19.5 4.843 35.10 0.52 1,302.4 1.226 0.697 1.090 1.050 8443 HIL 1.050 UNCH 44.9 1.069 17.83 1.43 292.6
0.260 0.040 8303 KFM 0.150 10.2 0.405 0.270 5165 HOKHENG 0.350 35.35 28.0
0.920 0.716 0.765 0.750 6203 KHEESAN 0.765 0.010 16 0.753 16.38 1.31 79.6 0.055 0.020 0.035 0.035 2739 HUAAN 0.035 UNCH 53.5 0.035 39.3
2.700 1.990 7062 KHIND 2.260 11.21 4.42 90.5 3.385 2.130 2.230 2.220 5000 HUMEIND 2.220 0.010 26.8 2.223 41.65 0.90 1,063.6
2.210 0.995 2.000 1.980 2 KOTRA 1.990 UNCH 27 1.990 19.78 1.01 265.5 0.075 0.045 0.050 0.045 9601 HWGB 0.050 0.005 427.3 0.046 49.9
0.140 0.050 0.075 0.075 5172 KSTAR 0.075 UNCH 10 0.075 22.0 0.890 0.720 0.750 0.735 9687 IDEALUBB 0.735 -0.065 7 0.739 5.38 81.2
6.000 4.509 5.250 5.190 7006 LATITUD 5.220 -0.010 42.3 5.229 6.82 2.30 507.4 2.070 1.690 1.890 1.870 7222 IMASPRO 1.880 -0.010 68 1.878 18.93 1.86 150.4
0.950 0.785 0.915 0.905 9385 LAYHONG 0.915 UNCH 631.7 0.914 30.40 0.55 557.0 0.300 0.160 0.180 0.165 7183 IRETEX 0.180 0.015 412 0.168 24.9
0.377 0.261 0.320 0.320 8079 LEESK 0.320 0.005 46.9 0.320 11.35 3.13 53.7 0.085 0.055 0.055 0.055 7223 JADI 0.055 -0.005 1081 0.055 51.8
3.450 2.729 3.450 3.360 7089 LIIHEN 3.440 0.070 1216.8 3.417 8.34 4.65 619.2 0.175 0.135 0.140 0.140 8648 JASKITA 0.140 UNCH 770 0.140 7.14 62.9
0.820 0.710 0.755 0.745 7126 LONBISC 0.750 UNCH 80.5 0.750 9.68 139.9 0.110 0.030 2747 JAVA 0.035 6.1
1.890 1.212 1.600 1.600 7085 LTKM 1.600 0.050 11 1.600 17.32 1.88 208.2 1.120 0.892 1.090 1.090 7043 JMR 1.090 UNCH 0.1 1.090 167.69 2.75 138.2
7.920 3.722 7.570 7.440 7087 MAGNI 7.500 -0.100 384.2 7.488 10.16 1.87 1,220.5 1.729 0.825 1.510 1.470 7167 JOHOTIN 1.480 -0.030 283 1.487 7.34 1.78 411.6
0.045 0.010 0.020 0.015 5189 MAXWELL 0.015 UNCH 485 0.015 6.0 1.460 1.064 1.130 1.110 4383 JTIASA 1.110 -0.020 367.7 1.117 14.18 1.17 1,080.8
1.266 0.974 1.020 1.020 5886 MBG 1.020 -0.020 4.8 1.020 23.78 2.94 62.0 0.310 0.160 0.280 0.270 54 KARYON 0.270 -0.005 3121.7 0.271 25.47 128.4
2.500 1.285 2.470 2.370 3662 MFLOUR 2.430 0.060 559.4 2.434 15.18 2.67 1,337.2 0.870 0.680 0.810 0.785 7199 KEINHIN 0.810 0.065 126.8 0.799 11.38 1.85 80.2
0.980 0.800 7935 MILUX 0.840 45.7 0.515 0.335 0.350 0.335 6211 KIALIM 0.335 -0.025 31.9 0.345 20.7
5.005 3.950 4.000 4.000 5202 MSM 4.000 UNCH 0.4 4.000 104.99 3.50 2,811.9 3.009 2.733 2.940 2.940 3522 KIANJOO 2.940 -0.010 29 2.940 9.66 1.36 1,305.9
0.035 0.030 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 21.2 2.363 1.511 1.940 1.910 5371 KIMHIN 1.940 0.010 55.5 1.923 8.39 3.09 301.9
1.826 1.184 1.440 1.380 3921 MWE 1.430 -0.020 88.1 1.413 2.48 1.40 331.1 0.085 0.025 0.045 0.040 5060 KINSTEL 0.040 UNCH 292 0.041 42.0
85.200 72.962 84.200 83.780 4707 NESTLE 84.000 0.200 82.4 84.008 30.45 3.21 19,698.0 1.590 1.070 1.090 1.070 9466 KKB 1.080 0.010 37 1.078 3.70 278.4
4.880 2.866 3.750 3.670 7060 NHFATT 3.730 0.030 35.4 3.691 10.86 2.95 280.3 0.455 0.235 0.240 0.235 7164 KNM 0.235 -0.005 3730.5 0.235 506.7
0.130 0.070 0.090 0.085 7139 NICE 0.090 UNCH 13 0.085 25.71 30.0 1.129 0.751 0.900 0.900 6971 KOBAY 0.900 -0.020 10.2 0.900 14.52 91.9
0.315 0.240 0.245 0.240 7215 NIHSIN 0.240 -0.005 148.7 0.244 57.2 0.367 0.240 0.250 0.245 7017 KOMARK 0.250 -0.005 78.6 0.250 31.2
0.905 0.775 0.780 0.775 5066 NTPM 0.775 -0.005 108.4 0.779 17.61 3.10 870.5 7.360 5.565 7.260 7.130 7153 KOSSAN 7.150 0.030 1419.9 7.150 28.16 1.54 4,572.2
0.690 0.345 0.575 0.560 7071 OCR 0.565 UNCH 69.2 0.566 145.3 1.110 0.345 0.980 0.950 7130 KPOWER 0.980 UNCH 655 0.975 55.2
0.250 0.045 0.115 0.105 7071PA OCR-PA 0.110 -0.005 6904.7 0.112 70.9 5.118 4.606 5.100 5.000 3476 KSENG 5.000 -0.040 24.5 5.009 12.83 2.00 1,807.4
2.389 1.353 1.600 1.600 7107 OFI 1.600 -0.010 6 1.600 21.05 2.50 384.0 0.580 0.346 0.545 0.535 5192 KSSC 0.535 -0.010 237.3 0.538 9.69 2.80 51.4
7.300 6.315 6.700 6.610 4006 ORIENT 6.690 0.050 47.9 6.624 15.01 2.99 4,150.4 0.775 0.295 0.650 0.640 8362 KYM 0.645 UNCH 229.6 0.641 24.71 96.7
4.030 2.222 4.030 3.790 7052 PADINI 3.980 0.180 1810.8 3.959 16.86 2.51 2,618.5 8.400 5.060 5.770 5.720 3794 LAFMSIA 5.750 -0.010 402.2 5.751 727.85 3.48 4,885.7
37.709 30.120 37.080 37.020 3719 PANAMY 37.020 -0.060 6.2 37.021 17.71 3.16 2,248.8 0.940 0.549 0.760 0.750 9326 LBALUM 0.755 -0.005 362.1 0.756 10.44 2.65 187.6
0.774 0.510 0.540 0.540 5022 PAOS 0.540 -0.030 3 0.540 52.43 3.02 97.8 0.614 0.448 0.520 0.510 5092 LCTH 0.510 -0.010 130.1 0.515 12.94 4.90 183.6
0.650 0.300 0.440 0.435 9407 PARAGON 0.435 -0.045 5 0.438 19.33 30.5 6.530 4.140 4.450 4.340 5284 LCTITAN 4.340 -0.090 8415.4 4.388 6.73 10,015.8
0.660 0.310 0.500 0.475 6068 PCCS 0.500 0.025 19 0.489 30.0 0.844 0.422 0.770 0.750 5232 LEONFB 0.750 -0.010 1476 0.759 6.48 2.00 232.5
1.060 0.710 0.870 0.845 5231 PELIKAN 0.870 -0.010 22 0.852 177.55 481.4 0.440 0.100 0.280 0.275 8745 LEWEKO 0.275 -0.005 272.2 0.275 88.5
0.235 0.145 0.185 0.185 4081 PMCORP 0.185 -0.005 24.3 0.185 10.28 143.1 0.080 0.020 0.040 0.035 2887 LIONDIV 0.040 0.005 897.4 0.039 55.7
0.515 0.441 0.500 0.495 5080 POHKONG 0.500 0.005 67 0.499 11.36 2.00 205.2 1.280 0.275 1.150 1.120 4235 LIONIND 1.140 0.010 2281.3 1.135 818.4
2.060 1.451 2.060 2.000 7088 POHUAT 2.030 0.040 1890.3 2.032 7.56 3.94 460.7 0.665 0.290 0.630 0.595 9881 LSTEEL 0.600 UNCH 3279.9 0.613 8.67 76.8
17.300 15.159 16.940 16.880 4065 PPB 16.940 0.020 411.8 16.909 17.36 1.48 20,082.4 0.160 0.050 0.120 0.115 5068 LUSTER 0.115 UNCH 8091.8 0.120 227.2
0.720 0.499 0.620 0.620 7190 PPG 0.620 -0.005 50.9 0.620 11.92 2.23 62.0 3.875 3.336 9199 LYSAGHT 3.730 9.89 1.88 155.1
1.659 1.240 1.270 1.250 8966 PRLEXUS 1.260 -0.020 212.2 1.258 8.85 2.38 226.8 1.280 0.560 1.070 1.030 5098 MASTEEL 1.070 0.020 989.9 1.054 8.49 262.5
1.170 0.636 1.140 1.080 7134 PWF 1.080 -0.030 862.9 1.114 18.15 2.52 180.8 0.855 0.475 0.650 0.640 7029 MASTER 0.640 -0.010 69 0.643 11.19 1.56 35.0
2.705 1.840 2.200 2.190 7237 PWROOT 2.190 UNCH 36.2 2.191 15.42 5.25 722.4 1.170 0.911 1.080 1.050 5152 MBL 1.080 0.010 9.2 1.052 7.83 3.70 99.4
5.000 4.143 4.990 4.980 7084 QL 4.990 0.010 88.4 4.984 31.76 0.85 6,227.7 0.870 0.618 0.815 0.780 7004 MCEHLDG 0.815 0.005 23.4 0.789 21.39 1.84 36.2
2.360 1.457 2.350 2.330 9946 REX 2.350 0.030 73.2 2.341 104.91 0.85 144.9 0.660 0.285 0.290 0.285 3778 MELEWAR 0.290 0.005 531.4 0.289 65.4
1.890 1.060 1.500 1.470 183 SALUTE 1.480 -0.020 77.3 1.481 22.70 1.62 574.2 0.789 0.478 0.665 0.665 5223 MENTIGA 0.665 0.005 16 0.665 9.42 1.50 46.6
1.609 1.000 1.340 1.310 5252 SASBADI 1.330 0.020 122.4 1.328 22.62 1.69 371.6 1.426 1.062 1.300 1.300 8192 MERCURY 1.300 0.030 6.1 1.300 13.76 9.23 52.2
0.465 0.275 0.465 0.450 5157 SAUDEE 0.455 0.005 1124.3 0.457 505.5 54.6 1.837 1.596 6149 METROD 1.710 17.57 3.51 205.2
1.430 1.000 7180 SERNKOU 1.390 166.8 1.068 0.333 0.920 0.910 5001 MIECO 0.920 -0.005 1139.2 0.917 6.20 4.35 483.0
0.845 0.580 0.690 0.645 7165 SGB 0.660 0.005 26 0.669 112.9 0.150 0.075 0.140 0.135 7219 MINETEC 0.135 UNCH 1341 0.136 98.8
0.270 0.060 0.240 0.235 7165PA SGB-PA 0.235 -0.005 126 0.235 105.1 0.740 0.515 0.525 0.525 5576 MINHO 0.525 0.005 6 0.525 9.04 115.3
2.065 1.480 1.540 1.500 7412 SHH 1.540 0.030 47 1.505 14.58 6.49 77.0 4.403 2.707 4.120 4.120 5916 MSC 4.120 0.020 1 4.120 15.37 1.94 412.0
1.070 0.800 0.890 0.875 7246 SIGN 0.875 -0.025 366.1 0.886 4.86 5.71 210.3 2.011 1.373 1.490 1.470 3883 MUDA 1.470 -0.020 106.5 1.477 17.33 2.04 448.4
0.915 0.194 0.690 0.680 8532 SINOTOP 0.680 -0.005 99.4 0.682 50.37 268.5 1.200 0.445 0.775 0.750 5087 MYCRON 0.775 UNCH 218.3 0.763 6.05 219.7
0.865 0.610 0.680 0.610 9776 SMCAP 0.615 UNCH 107.6 0.616 32.20 37.6 0.240 0.035 7002 NAKA 0.110 6.1
0.385 0.200 0.330 0.320 7943 SNC 0.330 UNCH 51 0.330 44.00 21.8 0.385 0.150 0.155 0.150 5025 NWP 0.155 -0.005 926.1 0.155 56.0
2.548 2.155 2.320 2.310 7103 SPRITZER 2.320 UNCH 10 2.316 16.85 2.50 423.6 1.190 0.535 1.010 0.990 4944 NYLEX 0.995 -0.005 1404.3 0.998 9.51 2.01 193.4
1.500 1.020 1.080 1.080 7186 SWSCAP 1.080 UNCH 15 1.080 166.15 0.93 157.5 1.940 1.125 1.840 1.830 7140 OKA 1.840 UNCH 129.2 1.835 10.34 2.99 300.4
0.669 0.480 0.490 0.480 7082 SYF 0.485 0.005 496.8 0.486 7.77 2.06 300.3 1.340 0.865 1.230 1.210 5065 ORNA 1.210 -0.020 175.6 1.216 9.74 2.48 91.1
0.505 0.280 7211 TAFI 0.420 33.6 0.085 0.055 0.060 0.060 7225 PA 0.060 UNCH 50 0.060 56.8
1.979 1.651 1.690 1.670 4405 TCHONG 1.670 -0.010 39 1.679 1.20 1,122.2 7.800 6.338 7.080 7.000 5183 PCHEM 7.030 0.020 2211.3 7.025 15.51 2.70 56,240
1.402 0.505 0.565 0.550 7200 TEKSENG 0.555 UNCH 610.6 0.556 10.30 3.60 193.2 2.020 1.454 1.540 1.500 5271 PECCA 1.520 UNCH 58.8 1.522 19.14 2.63 285.8
1.250 0.865 7252 TEOSENG 0.885 17.39 1.69 265.5 0.801 0.605 0.700 0.650 9997 PENSONI 0.690 0.040 1407.5 0.679 14.08 4.35 89.5
1.510 1.239 1.340 1.330 9369 TGL 1.330 -0.170 4.8 1.336 17.78 5.64 54.2 7.901 5.649 6.280 6.000 5436 PERSTIM 6.040 -0.250 128.4 6.051 10.88 6.62 599.8
0.620 0.400 0.600 0.590 7230 TOMEI 0.590 UNCH 20.2 0.590 14.57 81.8 21.925 17.949 18.880 18.760 6033 PETGAS 18.860 0.160 186.2 18.85 21.27 3.34 37,318.9
0.560 0.390 7176 TPC 0.405 43.55 94.7 9.900 3.416 9.900 9.700 3042 PETRONM 9.710 -0.050 388.7 9.773 7.96 2.27 2,621.7
6.461 4.089 5.690 5.590 4588 UMW 5.690 0.090 149.5 5.607 3.51 6,647.6 2.476 1.595 2.270 2.230 7095 PIE 2.260 -0.010 163 2.255 19.04 1.06 867.9
2.480 1.934 2.410 2.390 7757 UPA 2.390 -0.020 4.2 2.404 5.71 3.35 190.2 2.580 1.277 2.200 2.180 7172 PMBTECH 2.180 0.040 23.5 2.193 15.82 1.83 174.4
1.668 0.677 1.480 1.400 7203 WANGZNG 1.470 0.020 173.5 1.411 12.79 2.72 235.2 2.977 2.530 2.870 2.830 8869 PMETAL 2.860 0.020 2329 2.849 19.56 1.77 10,678.3
0.325 0.080 0.260 0.250 5156 XDL 0.255 0.010 624.6 0.253 28.65 171.8 0.575 0.450 0.500 0.500 6637 PNEPCB 0.500 -0.005 12.5 0.500 13.19 65.7
0.615 0.360 0.585 0.570 7121 XIANLNG 0.585 0.015 116.5 0.578 42.5 0.995 0.270 0.470 0.445 8117 POLY 0.455 0.010 188.5 0.458 2.30 72.8
0.185 0.020 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 26.7 1.670 0.920 1.580 1.520 8273 PPHB 1.520 -0.040 87.6 1.538 9.36 167.0
2.822 2.175 2.430 2.400 5584 YEELEE 2.400 -0.010 94 2.418 11.49 1.88 459.3 0.365 0.250 9458 PREMIER 0.275 229.1 92.7
1.560 1.034 1.480 1.450 5159 YOCB 1.450 -0.010 71.2 1.457 9.97 2.76 232.0 1.370 0.501 1.290 1.260 9873 PRESTAR 1.260 -0.010 408.5 1.266 7.41 2.38 255.3
3.190 1.744 3.190 3.130 7178 YSPSAH 3.130 0.030 815.4 3.149 13.39 2.24 427.7 1.110 0.635 1.040 1.020 7168 PRG 1.030 UNCH 85 1.031 85.83 0.49 308.0
1.957 1.160 1.700 1.670 5131 ZHULIAN 1.670 -0.030 92.6 1.689 14.41 3.59 768.2 0.330 0.085 0.235 0.220 7123 PWORTH 0.225 -0.005 8659.9 0.226 86.54 209.4
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 1.380 1.070 1.070 1.070 7544 QUALITY 1.070 -0.070 2 1.070 62.0
1.420 0.922 1.360 1.330 12 3A 1.350 -0.010 1059 1.342 15.61 1.07 664.2 0.800 0.510 7498 RALCO 0.700 29.4
0.210 0.085 0.135 0.135 7086 ABLEGRP 0.135 UNCH 136.3 0.135 35.6 5.840 5.310 7765 RAPID 5.650 773.9 604.0
0.400 0.200 0.355 0.310 7131 ACME 0.355 0.045 49.8 0.344 77.6 0.745 0.400 0.410 0.400 5256 REACH 0.405 UNCH 1008.1 0.403 17.92 444.0
0.900 0.630 0.700 0.655 7191 ADVENTA 0.700 0.030 30.4 0.656 3500 107.0 0.655 0.390 0.545 0.530 7232 RESINTC 0.530 -0.010 248.7 0.535 8.04 2.26 72.7
2.694 2.045 2.200 2.200 9148 ADVPKG 2.200 UNCH 2.2 2.200 18.29 5.45 45.1 1.250 0.595 1.200 1.150 9741 ROHAS 1.150 -0.050 178.7 1.178 459.8
0.220 0.135 0.180 0.175 7146 AEM 0.175 UNCH 616.8 0.175 52.4 0.834 0.716 0.790 0.780 7803 RUBEREX 0.790 0.005 400 0.790 8.80 1.58 199.2
0.500 0.365 0.420 0.400 5198 AFUJIYA 0.420 UNCH 22 0.402 23.33 75.6 5.250 3.693 4.840 4.810 5134 SAB 4.840 0.020 19.2 4.819 13.62 1.03 662.8
0.635 0.405 0.435 0.425 2682 AISB 0.425 -0.025 17.2 0.432 12.65 61.4 8.490 4.773 8.180 8.050 9822 SAM 8.140 0.080 55.5 8.117 22.34 1.26 1,024.9
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
26 Markets T UESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY T UE

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
0.979 0.826 0.960 0.950 7811 SAPIND 0.960 UNCH 7 0.957 11.35 6.25 69.9 1.508 1.102 1.260 1.250 5056 ENGTEX 1.260 -0.010 272.8 1.251 6.22 0.79 457.4 1
1.325 0.984 1.070 1.050 5170 SCABLE 1.050 -0.020 56 1.057 17.16 2.86 332.9 0.624 0.370 0.530 0.520 6939 FIAMMA 0.520 -0.010 259.9 0.524 10.59 2.88 275.6 0
3.450 2.049 3.210 3.100 7247 SCGM 3.110 -0.090 168 3.115 18.11 1.93 602.1 0.440 0.380 0.400 0.395 9318 FITTERS 0.400 UNCH 260 0.395 1.50 192.2 0
0.740 0.520 9237 SCIB 0.550 30.39 44.5 1.468 1.084 1.250 1.220 7210 FREIGHT 1.250 0.020 14 1.241 10.76 4.00 232.7 0
8.928 5.880 8.610 8.580 4731 SCIENTX 8.600 -0.010 207.1 8.593 18.85 1.86 4,158.6 0.425 0.135 0.425 0.275 128 FRONTKN 0.330 -0.080 178809 0.363 13.10 347.6 0
0.345 0.250 0.310 0.285 7239 SCNWOLF 0.310 0.020 33 0.296 27.1 0.290 0.150 0.205 0.195 9377 FSBM 0.205 0.010 32 0.196 29.0 1
0.525 0.135 7366 SCOMIEN 0.255 87.2 3.096 2.244 2.990 2.970 5209 GASMSIA 2.980 UNCH 767.2 2.981 22.84 4.32 3,826.3 1
1.660 0.660 1.370 1.310 7073 SEACERA 1.370 0.060 2440.7 1.340 72.87 2.19 337.1 0.820 0.615 0.675 0.665 78 GDEX 0.670 0.005 1746.4 0.671 95.71 0.37 3,736.1 1
0.230 0.140 0.155 0.155 5145 SEALINK 0.155 -0.005 100 0.155 77.5 6.302 4.138 6.080 6.030 4715 GENM 6.050 UNCH 3020.5 6.058 11.25 1.52 35,925.2 1
0.765 0.250 0.615 0.600 5163 SEB 0.615 UNCH 35 0.609 49.2 10.000 7.449 9.790 9.700 3182 GENTING 9.760 0.010 1651.9 9.762 13.87 0.61 37,242.5 2
1.170 0.388 1.170 1.020 5181 SIGGAS 1.170 0.180 13312 1.099 48.55 1.03 219.4 4.520 1.740 4.520 4.370 3204 GKENT 4.400 0.020 1939.4 4.447 15.78 2.27 1,652.3 1
1.040 0.550 7115 SKBSHUT 0.750 11.18 30.0 0.555 0.300 0.430 0.415 7676 GUNUNG 0.425 -0.015 321.1 0.423 100.4 2
1.450 1.121 1.420 1.370 7155 SKPRES 1.400 0.020 4882.3 1.399 15.68 2.96 1,750.3 4.390 1.873 4.150 4.110 7668 HAIO 4.130 -0.010 117.1 4.132 22.53 2.58 1,233.4 0
2.923 1.949 2.390 2.340 7248 SLP 2.340 -0.070 339.8 2.368 22.76 1.76 618.1 0.335 0.200 0.240 0.235 7253 HANDAL 0.240 UNCH 175.6 0.238 38.4 1
0.700 0.585 7132 SMISCOR 0.625 4.00 28.0 9.350 7.192 9.120 9.060 3034 HAPSENG 9.110 0.010 54.7 9.098 21.36 3.84 22,681.0 0
1.780 0.889 1.750 1.680 5665 SSTEEL 1.740 0.060 1030.5 1.714 1.72 746.6 1.053 0.670 0.695 0.685 2062 HARBOUR 0.685 -0.025 15.3 0.685 8.24 2.92 274.3 3
0.325 0.065 0.250 0.240 7143 STONE 0.250 -0.010 132.6 0.240 22.5 4.077 2.834 4.000 3.950 5008 HARISON 3.980 0.050 3.3 3.955 12.88 6.28 272.6 1
1.550 1.340 1.360 1.340 6904 SUBUR 1.340 -0.020 191 1.348 280.1 0.150 0.050 0.060 0.055 7013 HUBLINE 0.060 UNCH 4343.1 0.060 66.3 1
4.320 1.535 3.560 3.500 7207 SUCCESS 3.500 -0.100 35 3.508 10.80 1.43 429.4 0.480 0.220 0.230 0.230 5255 ICON 0.230 -0.005 534.3 0.230 270.8 0
2.650 1.764 2.600 2.560 7235 SUPERLN 2.570 -0.020 165.5 2.577 17.20 1.07 411.2 6.696 5.512 6.000 5.900 5225 IHH 5.930 -0.070 1160.2 5.940 57.63 0.51 48,857.6 0
2.324 1.852 1.920 1.890 7106 SUPERMX 1.890 -0.010 888.8 1.900 21.55 1.32 1,285.5 0.920 0.710 0.745 0.745 5614 ILB 0.745 -0.025 1.1 0.745 57.31 3.36 145.3 0
4.210 3.317 3.640 3.600 5012 TAANN 3.620 -0.020 41.7 3.619 10.55 3.34 1,610.3 1.000 0.725 5673 IPMUDA 0.725 4.14 52.5 0
0.520 0.350 0.425 0.405 4022 TADMAX 0.405 UNCH 2927 0.417 218.1 2.166 1.325 1.830 1.810 58 JCBNEXT 1.810 0.030 40.1 1.818 28.46 1.10 253.4 1
0.415 0.235 0.290 0.275 5149 TAS 0.290 0.005 90 0.279 52.2 0.310 0.230 0.275 0.265 8923 JIANKUN 0.270 -0.005 26.9 0.275 45.0 0
14.658 12.135 13.260 13.260 4448 TASEK 13.260 0.260 2 13.260 109.50 9.05 1,639.2 0.390 0.295 0.355 0.355 8672 KAMDAR 0.355 UNCH 32 0.355 70.3 1
0.290 0.095 0.190 0.180 5178 TATGIAP 0.185 UNCH 221 0.185 28.7 0.330 0.180 0.195 0.195 5079 KBES 0.195 UNCH 15 0.195 24.6 0
1.330 0.290 1.330 1.260 7097 TAWIN 1.320 0.070 3314.3 1.298 17.51 84.9 1.960 1.690 1.870 1.850 6491 KFIMA 1.860 -0.010 41.5 1.858 17.29 4.84 525.0 1
2.920 1.020 1.670 1.670 7439 TECGUAN 1.670 -0.020 11 1.670 9.56 67.0 0.739 0.236 0.660 0.650 151 KGB 0.650 -0.010 490 0.652 13.57 1.54 149.4 2
4.803 3.817 4.210 4.170 7034 TGUAN 4.200 -0.050 57 4.198 8.29 2.86 556.4 1.680 1.020 5035 KNUSFOR 1.150 1.74 114.6 2
2.166 1.507 1.740 1.710 7374 TIENWAH 1.740 0.020 41.1 1.719 4.39 6.90 251.9 4.290 3.803 4.220 4.190 5878 KPJ 4.190 -0.030 83.5 4.204 30.23 1.67 4,475.5 0
0.800 0.560 0.625 0.625 7854 TIMWELL 0.625 -0.005 1 0.625 55.7 1.678 0.993 1.310 1.310 5843 KPS 1.310 UNCH 175.4 1.310 1091 4.77 653.7 3
1.080 0.595 1.020 1.010 7285 TOMYPAK 1.020 UNCH 573 1.011 17.00 3.14 427.4 0.590 0.485 0.535 0.535 9121 KPSCB 0.535 UNCH 5 0.535 10.92 79.1 0
3.780 1.731 3.780 3.580 5010 TONGHER 3.730 0.130 498.9 3.715 11.11 8.04 587.2 0.225 0.115 0.145 0.140 4847 KTB 0.145 UNCH 126.5 0.144 58.4 0
5.878 4.087 5.750 5.660 7113 TOPGLOV 5.660 -0.090 466.5 5.688 23.69 2.56 7,109.8 0.628 0.299 0.560 0.525 6874 KUB 0.545 0.020 12367 0.547 12.17 1.83 303.3 0
0.850 0.495 0.730 0.730 7173 TOYOINK 0.730 -0.020 5 0.730 78.1 0.380 0.240 0.260 0.250 7170 LFECORP 0.250 -0.010 222.8 0.255 26.60 45.4 1
0.230 0.145 0.215 0.190 4359 TURIYA 0.215 0.020 12.1 0.202 49.2 0.650 0.420 8486 LIONFIB 0.500 115.8 0
1.980 1.490 1.980 1.940 7100 UCHITEC 1.950 0.010 721.9 1.957 14.46 6.67 867.9 2.260 1.367 2.120 2.110 5143 LUXCHEM 2.110 UNCH 183.3 2.111 12.67 3.32 591.1 1
6.311 3.310 4.010 3.960 7133 ULICORP 3.990 -0.110 10.1 3.993 20.75 3.01 579.3 2.421 1.670 1.710 1.680 3859 MAGNUM 1.690 UNCH 763.8 1.696 15.88 7.69 2,429.8 2
1.425 1.150 7227 UMSNGB 1.270 9.20 2.36 101.6 1.700 1.010 1.100 1.040 5264 MALAKOF 1.040 0.020 30569.9 1.062 14.04 6.73 5,200.0 0
1.680 0.870 0.905 0.880 4995 VERSATL 0.885 -0.015 529.6 0.888 1475 103.8 0.179 0.140 0.145 0.140 3514 MARCO 0.145 UNCH 924.1 0.142 8.73 3.45 152.9 1
2.210 1.277 2.180 2.150 6963 VS 2.180 0.010 2509.6 2.167 19.68 2.22 2,624.4 6.549 5.415 5.790 5.750 6012 MAXIS 5.790 0.030 7204 5.784 20.89 3.45 45,222.9 1
1.010 0.750 0.990 0.980 5142 WASEONG 0.990 0.005 260 0.985 0.51 767.1 0.955 0.680 0.705 0.695 5077 MAYBULK 0.695 0.005 187 0.697 695.0 1
0.485 0.345 0.425 0.425 7226 WATTA 0.425 -0.010 129.7 0.425 35.9 2.636 2.054 2.200 2.200 5983 MBMR 2.200 UNCH 9.1 2.200 12.81 2.73 860.0 2
2.170 1.471 2.030 2.010 7111 WEIDA 2.020 -0.030 245.3 2.019 14.13 1.49 269.3 1.369 0.795 0.815 0.800 4502 MEDIA 0.805 0.005 294.2 0.809 9.94 892.9 1
2.349 1.741 2.190 2.160 7231 WELLCAL 2.180 0.030 85.1 2.173 21.31 4.22 723.7 0.729 0.495 0.540 0.535 5090 MEDIAC 0.540 0.005 187 0.538 13.60 5.69 911.1 1
0.525 0.229 0.435 0.415 6378 WMG 0.415 -0.020 163.2 0.430 176.9 1.070 0.550 0.850 0.850 7234 MESB 0.850 -0.040 1 0.850 35.7 0
0.845 0.600 0.720 0.710 7050 WONG 0.715 0.005 253.2 0.715 130.0 65.6 4.000 1.818 3.810 3.790 3069 MFCB 3.800 -0.030 82.3 3.796 9.95 1.32 1,527.8 1
0.700 0.475 7025 WOODLAN 0.550 14.55 22.0 1.160 0.680 0.700 0.680 5186 MHB 0.695 -0.005 361.5 0.697 1,112.0 0
2.084 1.836 1.970 1.960 5009 WTHORSE 1.970 -0.010 2 1.968 30.88 5.08 472.8 7.827 6.785 7.520 7.370 3816 MISC 7.500 0.100 1056.5 7.488 12.46 3.60 33,478.4 2
1.145 0.845 0.875 0.845 4243 WTK 0.860 0.010 176.1 0.850 85.15 2.33 414.0 2.606 2.114 2.400 2.350 2194 MMCCORP 2.350 UNCH 83 2.356 12.94 1.70 7,155.9 0
1.380 0.953 1.100 1.090 7245 WZSATU 1.090 -0.020 158.7 1.097 12.47 1.83 380.3 0.395 0.205 0.320 0.315 59 MMODE 0.315 UNCH 233.2 0.315 1.90 51.3 0
0.865 0.745 0.800 0.775 5048 YILAI 0.800 0.020 258.3 0.779 37.04 128.0 0.100 0.045 0.050 0.045 43 MTRONIC 0.045 -0.005 190 0.047 42.7 1
0.400 0.190 0.210 0.200 7020 YKGI 0.210 0.005 223.2 0.209 73.2 0.280 0.115 0.165 0.160 3891 MUIIND 0.160 -0.005 921.1 0.165 469.2 1
0.700 0.380 0.510 0.500 7014 YLI 0.500 -0.010 16 0.504 9.82 1.00 51.5 3.050 1.950 2.440 2.380 3905 MULPHA 2.410 -0.050 38 2.397 25.13 770.3 0
CONSTRUCTION 2.370 1.385 2.140 2.090 138 MYEG 2.100 -0.030 4525.7 2.103 39.03 0.65 7,573.2 1
1.200 0.735 0.990 0.960 5281 ADVCON 0.970 -0.015 3626.1 0.978 13.60 390.0 0.910 0.305 0.805 0.800 9806 NATWIDE 0.805 0.005 96.3 0.804 96.8 3
0.750 0.280 7007 ARK 0.475 23.1 0.140 0.070 0.075 0.070 4464 NICORP 0.070 UNCH 781 0.071 5.93 61.4 1
1.200 0.600 1.100 1.100 7078 AZRB 1.100 UNCH 104.7 1.100 18.30 1.82 584.7 0.828 0.631 0.740 0.730 5533 OCB 0.730 -0.010 18 0.734 13.15 1.37 75.1 1
0.793 0.581 0.650 0.645 6173 BDB 0.650 0.005 20 0.648 6.18 6.92 197.5 0.985 0.750 0.910 0.900 172 OCK 0.905 0.005 450.8 0.903 27.76 0.66 788.7 0
0.625 0.351 0.425 0.415 5190 BENALEC 0.420 UNCH 694 0.423 23.73 1.67 341.0 3.460 1.614 2.780 2.720 5201 OLDTOWN 2.740 -0.020 295.2 2.743 20.36 2.74 1,269.3 1
0.510 0.345 0.360 0.345 5932 BPURI 0.345 -0.015 874.1 0.351 98.57 92.2 0.210 0.070 0.120 0.115 3018 OLYMPIA 0.120 0.005 541.2 0.119 25.00 122.8 0
1.070 0.790 0.945 0.885 8761 BREM 0.900 -0.025 1144.6 0.915 65.69 1.67 310.9 2.540 1.260 1.320 1.260 5260 OWG 1.270 0.010 798.1 1.277 46.52 308.5 1
1.180 0.840 1.080 1.040 8591 CRESBLD 1.040 -0.040 382 1.055 10.57 3.85 184.0 0.510 0.390 0.415 0.410 8419 PANSAR 0.415 0.005 28 0.410 23.71 2.41 116.2 0
2.086 1.437 1.800 1.800 7528 DKLS 1.800 UNCH 50 1.800 3.33 1.67 166.9 0.680 0.432 0.660 0.645 5125 PANTECH 0.655 -0.005 2007.9 0.651 13.62 2.63 486.4 1
2.800 1.397 2.800 2.720 5253 ECONBHD 2.770 0.050 1115.4 2.776 18.89 1.62 1,482.0 0.885 0.550 0.555 0.550 5657 PARKSON 0.555 UNCH 126.2 0.552 607.1 0
1.520 0.985 1.120 1.100 8877 EKOVEST 1.110 UNCH 5706.8 1.110 10.43 1.08 2,374.5 1.310 0.999 1.290 1.280 5041 PBA 1.280 -0.010 121.6 1.281 6.34 3.13 424.0 2
1.010 0.482 0.960 0.940 7047 FAJAR 0.945 -0.010 961.4 0.949 13.42 2.65 347.6 0.110 0.045 0.045 0.045 6254 PDZ 0.045 UNCH 6629.5 0.045 39.1 0
1.370 0.885 1.280 1.250 9261 GADANG 1.260 0.020 4139.7 1.261 9.45 2.22 828.6 1.250 0.867 5133 PENERGY 1.040 1.92 334.6 1
5.459 4.541 5.420 5.390 5398 GAMUDA 5.400 -0.010 1478 5.409 20.08 2.22 13,234.0 1.550 1.540 7108 PERDANA 1.540 1,198.8 5
1.610 0.815 1.590 1.580 5226 GBGAQRS 1.580 -0.010 120.9 1.585 17.61 679.3 0.235 0.040 0.050 0.045 47 PERISAI 0.045 -0.005 637 0.048 56.7 4
0.920 0.710 0.740 0.735 5169 HOHUP 0.740 UNCH 118.8 0.739 4.44 277.4 0.290 0.115 0.215 0.200 7080 PERMAJU 0.205 -0.005 360 0.206 40.2 1
1.846 1.510 1.530 1.520 6238 HSL 1.520 UNCH 53.7 1.528 16.24 1.58 885.7 1.770 1.413 1.690 1.580 5219 PESTECH 1.670 0.070 792.8 1.642 22.81 1,274.8 4
3.557 2.998 3.460 3.420 3336 IJM 3.440 0.020 3711.2 3.441 18.95 2.18 12,477.6 25.245 22.325 23.900 23.720 5681 PETDAG 23.800 UNCH 60.7 23.797 25.01 3.03 23,644.2 1
0.760 0.565 0.685 0.685 5268 IKHMAS 0.685 UNCH 201.9 0.685 69.19 0.73 356.2 0.250 0.030 7027 PETONE 0.055 8.33 2.8 0
0.360 0.290 0.300 0.295 192 INTA 0.300 UNCH 2829.9 0.296 0.25 160.6 5.577 4.340 4.380 4.340 7081 PHARMA 4.340 -0.040 105.4 4.360 24.37 3.69 1,125.7 7
0.710 0.500 8834 IREKA 0.615 22.95 105.1 0.189 0.118 0.155 0.150 7201 PICORP 0.150 -0.005 785 0.150 4.07 98.7 0
1.790 0.920 1.480 1.450 4723 JAKS 1.470 -0.010 1097 1.467 89.09 708.9 0.420 0.225 7163 PJBUMI 0.265 21.7 1
0.500 0.210 0.285 0.280 9083 JETSON 0.280 -0.005 629 0.282 57.9 5.780 2.789 5.420 5.280 4634 POS 5.370 0.070 1558.9 5.389 41.66 1.99 4,203.5 0
3.790 2.030 3.660 3.590 7161 KERJAYA 3.600 UNCH 311.6 3.637 15.80 1.53 2,017.1 2.530 1.870 1.910 1.870 5204 PRESBHD 1.890 -0.030 572.3 1.885 101.07 1.59 914.8 0
2.380 1.715 2.350 2.350 5171 KIMLUN 2.350 -0.030 3 2.350 9.04 2.77 729.5 2.500 1.530 1.620 1.530 8346 PRKCORP 1.620 UNCH 15 1.554 162.0 0
1.540 1.010 9628 LEBTECH 1.500 156.25 204.7 0.320 0.155 0.315 0.310 186 PTRANS 0.310 UNCH 2044.4 0.310 13.08 1.45 354.3 1
1.240 0.684 0.800 0.800 5129 MELATI 0.800 -0.005 17.3 0.800 6.51 2.19 96.0 0.932 0.820 0.830 0.820 5272 RANHILL 0.820 UNCH 80.7 0.824 8.42 9.51 728.4 1
0.575 0.240 0.440 0.425 5006 MERGE 0.425 -0.015 186.9 0.431 16.87 28.5 0.360 0.165 0.285 0.280 37 RGB 0.280 -0.005 3699.5 0.281 14.66 2.14 374.7 1
1.417 1.109 1.360 1.350 9571 MITRA 1.350 UNCH 259.5 1.351 7.03 3.70 922.4 0.385 0.305 8885 RPB 0.325 279.0 2
1.340 0.610 1.260 1.240 7595 MLGLOBAL 1.250 UNCH 129 1.251 41.81 493.2 0.687 0.450 0.485 0.450 8567 SALCON 0.450 -0.040 8189.2 0.462 4.20 305.0 1
0.440 0.250 5924 MTDACPI 0.325 75.3 1.147 0.358 0.865 0.850 5147 SAMCHEM 0.850 -0.015 423.4 0.858 14.07 3.82 231.2 0
1.670 0.725 1.190 1.110 5085 MUDAJYA 1.110 -0.090 955 1.143 613.2 0.315 0.110 0.250 0.245 9113 SANBUMI 0.245 -0.010 193 0.248 55.5 1
2.990 2.090 2.840 2.800 5703 MUHIBAH 2.820 0.050 1454.7 2.822 12.16 1.95 1,359.6 2.399 1.920 2.090 2.050 99 SCICOM 2.060 -0.030 97.9 2.071 15.45 4.37 732.2 1
0.724 0.356 0.635 0.625 8311 PESONA 0.625 -0.005 130.5 0.630 20.63 3.20 417.0 0.215 0.090 0.110 0.110 7158 SCOMI 0.110 UNCH 230.6 0.110 210.9 1
2.210 1.132 2.210 1.970 7055 PLB 2.210 0.250 540.7 2.080 64.81 0.45 201.7 0.270 0.105 0.110 0.105 7045 SCOMIES 0.110 -0.005 300 0.110 257.6 0
1.273 0.924 1.030 1.020 5070 PRTASCO 1.020 -0.020 1284.6 1.022 13.32 5.88 433.2 1.160 0.972 7053 SEEHUP 1.010 7.13 52.8 MININ
0.215 0.095 0.150 0.140 7145 PSIPTEK 0.145 -0.005 1814.7 0.144 15.43 50.6 0.769 0.559 0.690 0.680 9792 SEG 0.690 0.010 205.4 0.686 33.17 5.07 872.3 1
4.270 3.125 4.100 4.050 9598 PTARAS 4.100 0.050 10.8 4.072 17.56 4.88 676.4 1.911 1.120 1.420 1.370 5250 SEM 1.410 -0.010 912.3 1.391 36.72 1.63 1,739.1 PLAN
1.390 0.405 1.120 1.080 5205 SENDAI 1.090 -0.030 3314.6 1.096 0.46 843.7 2.100 1.324 1.530 1.480 5218 SENERGY 1.480 -0.030 2945.5 1.501 69.81 0.68 8,868.4 0
2.200 1.533 2.200 2.110 5263 SUNCON 2.180 0.060 1682.2 2.181 21.82 2.29 2,818.5 2.267 1.488 1.940 1.910 5279 SERBADK 1.920 0.020 7052.2 1.929 2.01 2,563.2 19
0.415 0.285 0.295 0.285 9717 SYCAL 0.285 -0.010 496 0.290 15.83 91.3 9.700 7.261 9.400 9.380 4197 SIME 9.390 -0.010 2406.1 9.386 20.03 2.88 63,859.9 8
0.805 0.364 0.805 0.750 5054 TRC 0.750 -0.040 6216.5 0.786 9.32 2.53 360.4 0.917 0.650 0.650 0.650 9431 SJC 0.650 -0.020 17.8 0.650 43.62 1.54 26.3 1
2.320 1.500 1.710 1.690 5622 TRIPLC 1.690 -0.030 35.6 1.694 10.76 115.9 1.380 1.200 1.240 1.220 5242 SOLID 1.240 UNCH 33.6 1.225 41.89 1.05 207.5 0
0.825 0.430 0.680 0.670 5042 TSRCAP 0.670 -0.020 53.9 0.677 10.20 116.9 2.540 2.140 2.260 2.250 6084 STAR 2.250 -0.010 208.6 2.251 16.42 8.00 1,661.8 8
0.145 0.110 0.115 0.115 7070 VIZIONE 0.115 UNCH 845 0.115 104.5 100.6 3.090 2.262 9865 SUIWAH 2.810 16.84 1.25 171.4 0
1.680 0.890 1.390 1.370 3565 WCEHB 1.380 -0.010 335.7 1.377 36.32 1,383.8 0.105 0.045 0.055 0.050 1201 SUMATEC 0.050 UNCH 11668.1 0.050 193.3 9
2.467 1.496 1.940 1.850 9679 WCT 1.870 -0.020 1783.3 1.903 25.41 1.59 2,643.1 4.400 2.756 4.360 4.290 5211 SUNWAY 4.300 -0.040 3092.4 4.304 14.86 2.07 8,976.9 2
0.670 0.535 0.540 0.535 7028 ZECON 0.535 UNCH 87 0.539 1.24 63.7 2.257 1.846 2.200 2.130 6521 SURIA 2.180 0.090 321.7 2.167 9.85 3.21 628.2 11
0.205 0.100 0.135 0.130 2283 ZELAN 0.130 UNCH 1695.1 0.133 109.8 0.345 0.235 0.260 0.250 5173 SYSCORP 0.260 -0.010 94 0.254 288.8 312.0 0
TRADING SERVICES 0.490 0.285 0.425 0.395 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.415 -0.015 4059.8 0.406 16.94 158.3 1
0.550 0.350 0.390 0.380 5238 AAX 0.380 UNCH 20390.9 0.385 38.78 1,576.3 1.747 1.327 1.480 1.460 8524 TALIWRK 1.470 -0.010 56.1 1.469 25.48 5.44 1,777.9 0
0.260 0.135 0.150 0.145 5166 AEGB 0.150 0.005 844.7 0.149 61.5 2.667 1.419 2.530 2.480 5140 TASCO 2.480 -0.040 16.7 2.501 16.18 1.81 496.0 2
2.960 2.082 2.200 2.110 6599 AEON 2.120 UNCH 96.2 2.147 40.38 1.42 2,976.5 14.560 12.832 14.200 14.140 5347 TENAGA 14.180 0.020 6062.7 14.173 11.54 2.75 80,244.8 3
0.435 0.160 0.305 0.290 7315 AHB 0.295 UNCH 2275.2 0.294 84.29 47.2 1.573 1.140 1.150 1.140 8702 TEXCHEM 1.140 -0.010 19 1.146 28.50 17.54 141.5 0
3.468 2.086 3.330 3.290 5099 AIRASIA 3.300 0.010 7678.5 3.315 5.45 3.64 11,028.5 0.210 0.050 0.055 0.050 7206 THHEAVY 0.050 -0.005 328 0.052 56.1 1
9.389 5.872 8.750 8.660 5014 AIRPORT 8.690 -0.040 591.6 8.720 125.40 1.27 14,418.4 6.698 5.690 6.410 6.380 4863 TM 6.400 UNCH 830.3 6.391 35.34 3.36 24,050.8 4
0.370 0.110 0.135 0.125 5115 ALAM 0.130 UNCH 468.3 0.132 120.2 0.990 0.760 0.780 0.760 101 TMCLIFE 0.760 -0.020 1776.2 0.767 63.33 0.16 1,319.5 25
0.270 0.070 0.090 0.080 159 AMEDIA 0.085 -0.005 797.2 0.084 20.4 1.870 1.470 1.710 1.690 8397 TNLOGIS 1.690 -0.010 272 1.697 8.62 2.96 758.7 3
8.632 7.200 7.220 7.200 6351 AMWAY 7.200 -0.020 5 7.203 25.70 2.78 1,183.6 1.060 0.380 0.935 0.720 7218 TOCEAN 0.880 0.245 130.9 0.898 55.00 36.1 4
2.378 2.133 2.200 2.180 7083 ANALABS 2.200 0.030 116 2.190 11.04 1.48 132.1 1.000 0.750 0.790 0.780 5167 TURBO 0.780 0.010 6.6 0.785 21.49 6.41 84.2 0
0.085 0.025 0.045 0.045 5194 APFT 0.045 0.005 2311.5 0.045 24.7 2.892 2.400 7137 UMS 2.700 15.38 2.22 109.9 1
0.840 0.500 0.700 0.685 5210 ARMADA 0.685 -0.010 3600.8 0.691 1.20 4,018.4 1.040 0.285 0.305 0.285 5243 UMWOG 0.285 -0.005 23943 0.292 616.2 1
0.220 0.100 0.160 0.150 1481 ASB 0.155 -0.005 1723.7 0.155 19.62 1.61 104.9 1.294 0.978 1.070 1.070 7091 UNIMECH 1.070 UNCH 2 1.070 15.64 2.80 140.4 0
2.869 2.466 2.660 2.600 6399 ASTRO 2.630 -0.020 2148.7 2.632 22.12 4.37 13,701.0 0.730 0.365 0.425 0.425 5754 UTUSAN 0.425 UNCH 5 0.425 47.1 2
4.959 4.000 4.390 4.300 7048 ATLAN 4.380 0.080 18 4.324 22.10 3.65 1,111.0 1.980 1.300 1.460 1.420 7250 UZMA 1.450 0.030 215.4 1.450 17.39 464.0 4
1.180 0.715 1.150 1.130 7579 AWC 1.140 -0.010 393.3 1.140 13.40 1.32 304.5 1.080 0.600 1.080 0.965 7240 VOIR 0.985 -0.075 1308.5 1.005 703.5 143.0 0
5.898 4.085 4.840 4.790 6888 AXIATA 4.830 0.040 13120.7 4.823 113.9 1.66 43,461.0 2.157 1.663 2.000 2.000 5016 WARISAN 2.000 0.010 0.5 2.000 2.00 134.4 1
0.653 0.225 0.590 0.560 5021 AYS 0.570 0.010 4406.5 0.574 7.79 4.39 216.8 0.580 0.410 7692 WIDETEC 0.580 26.48 26.0 0
0.740 0.555 0.565 0.555 7251 BARAKAH 0.560 -0.010 640 0.561 53.33 462.3 4.426 3.542 3.680 3.640 5246 WPRTS 3.680 0.020 215.3 3.661 21.06 3.55 12,548.8 4
2.293 1.843 1.960 1.940 5248 BAUTO 1.950 UNCH 366.5 1.950 18.79 5.97 2,251.3 1.448 0.816 1.150 1.140 5267 XINHWA 1.140 -0.010 95 1.143 24.00 0.88 246.2 3
0.495 0.365 0.385 0.370 7241 BHS 0.385 UNCH 292.3 0.378 176.5 0.075 0.020 0.050 0.045 7122 YFG 0.050 0.005 280 0.049 30.5 0
0.280 0.170 0.200 0.195 6998 BINTAI 0.200 UNCH 230.9 0.196 57.9 3.679 2.794 3.600 3.560 7293 YINSON 3.580 -0.020 368.7 3.581 16.67 0.56 3,912.2 3
6.567 5.863 6.070 6.050 5032 BIPORT 6.050 -0.010 5.6 6.056 17.36 3.97 2,783.0 1.715 1.400 1.430 1.410 4677 YTL 1.420 UNCH 2795.2 1.421 17.77 6.69 15,493.0 1
2.610 1.428 2.530 2.530 5275 BISON 2.530 -0.070 1 2.530 39.72 0.79 784.5 FINANCE 0
0.410 0.306 0.335 0.325 3395 BJCORP 0.325 UNCH 7330.7 0.327 12.17 1,600.2 13.980 13.040 13.400 13.040 5139 AEONCR 13.120 -0.300 129.5 13.214 10.72 3.20 2,833.9 1
1.956 1.208 1.410 1.380 5196 BJFOOD 1.400 0.010 431.6 1.399 46.51 533.1 2.949 2.018 2.560 2.550 5185 AFFIN 2.550 -0.010 129.3 2.554 8.71 2.94 4,954.5 1
0.700 0.425 4219 BJLAND 0.430 7.78 2,150.1 4.400 3.446 3.900 3.880 2488 AFG 3.900 0.010 252.6 3.893 11.61 4.10 6,037.6 6
0.470 0.205 6025 BJMEDIA 0.325 76.4 15.600 9.492 14.400 14.000 1163 ALLIANZ 14.300 0.260 74.5 14.155 8.01 0.63 2,495.1 28
3.258 2.280 2.340 2.310 1562 BJTOTO 2.340 0.010 891.9 2.325 13.07 5.98 3,161.4 15.100 9.511 1163PA ALLIANZ-PA 15.100 0.72 1,311.8 HOTE
0.135 0.092 0.105 0.100 7036 BORNOIL 0.100 -0.005 18018.6 0.100 10.87 454.6 5.551 3.754 4.950 4.870 1015 AMBANK 4.930 0.060 810.3 4.923 11.19 3.57 14,859.9 0
0.945 0.515 0.525 0.515 9474 BRAHIMS 0.515 -0.010 189.4 0.518 121.7 1.934 1.263 5088 APEX 1.570 23.57 3.18 335.3 1
2.789 2.510 2.700 2.670 2771 BSTEAD 2.700 -0.010 139.7 2.696 14.41 5.56 5,472.9 4.610 3.782 4.420 4.390 5258 BIMB 4.410 0.040 292.4 4.407 12.25 2.95 7,222.4 0
0.395 0.280 0.290 0.290 5257 CARIMIN 0.290 -0.010 30 0.290 67.8 11.140 8.057 10.600 10.500 1818 BURSA 10.540 -0.040 519.7 10.548 26.85 3.51 5,665.3 5
1.990 1.300 5245 CARING 1.650 27.36 0.91 359.2 6.870 4.129 6.710 6.620 1023 CIMB 6.680 0.060 8299 6.680 14.92 2.99 60,468.1 TECH
3.397 2.130 2.270 2.220 2925 CCB 2.250 -0.030 13.4 2.240 11.81 2.22 226.7 0.705 0.320 0.530 0.530 2143 ECM 0.530 -0.020 15.2 0.530 22.55 151.9 0
1.440 0.835 1.280 1.240 7117 CENTURY 1.260 -0.010 298.1 1.254 23.55 2.78 494.7 1.260 1.102 1.200 1.190 5228 ELKDESA 1.200 UNCH 210.5 1.194 11.29 5.60 353.2 0
0.470 0.400 7209 CHEETAH 0.400 1.88 51.0 16.300 12.501 16.000 15.720 5819 HLBANK 15.720 -0.280 117.1 15.855 14.49 2.61 34,076.5 0
1.490 0.827 1.360 1.340 5273 CHINHIN 1.340 -0.010 1065.5 1.348 15.47 2.61 714.1 10.100 7.327 5274 HLCAP 9.980 31.65 1.20 2,464.0 0
0.675 0.383 0.605 0.600 7016 CHUAN 0.605 0.005 170.6 0.601 8.32 2.98 102.0 17.735 13.892 17.120 16.960 1082 HLFG 17.000 0.100 26.9 16.998 11.85 2.24 19,507.8 0
0.100 0.065 0.070 0.070 5104 CNI 0.070 -0.005 268.1 0.070 4.29 50.4 2.610 2.521 6688 HWANG 2.610 20.03 1.15 666.0 0
1.240 0.650 0.840 0.830 5136 COMPLET 0.830 -0.020 54.4 0.834 10.64 102.7 1.140 0.627 1.060 1.020 3379 INSAS 1.030 -0.020 2584.9 1.031 3.74 0.97 714.1 1
0.045 0.025 0.035 0.030 5037 COMPUGT 0.035 0.005 50909.7 0.030 74.7 0.970 0.887 3379PA INSAS-PA 0.960 6.25 127.3 1
2.820 1.907 2.490 2.460 5184 CYPARK 2.490 0.020 90.3 2.479 12.76 2.09 649.7 0.395 0.120 0.355 0.315 3441 JOHAN 0.330 -0.010 15385 0.343 205.6 2
0.880 0.510 0.565 0.510 5276 DANCO 0.510 -0.055 1870.7 0.535 10.92 2.94 152.0 0.690 0.415 0.530 0.525 6483 KENANGA 0.525 -0.005 123 0.525 33.02 4.29 379.3 1
0.105 0.050 0.075 0.070 91 DAYA 0.075 UNCH 565 0.070 143.2 19.302 15.157 17.940 17.840 8621 LPI 17.940 0.080 93.9 17.86 20.00 4.57 5,955.8 0
1.290 0.730 1.020 1.000 5141 DAYANG 1.010 0.010 246.6 1.004 23.06 974.5 0.917 0.814 0.825 0.820 1198 MAA 0.820 UNCH 31.8 0.821 10.98 224.3 0
1.126 0.790 0.800 0.790 5132 DELEUM 0.800 0.010 23.4 0.790 14.63 4.38 320.2 3.210 2.625 3.200 3.200 1058 MANULFE 3.200 UNCH 35 3.200 12.71 3.28 647.6 6
0.895 0.600 0.645 0.640 7212 DESTINI 0.640 -0.010 298.7 0.642 19.16 739.3 9.770 7.250 9.770 9.640 1155 MAYBANK 9.700 0.050 11192.7 9.694 13.92 5.36 102,424 0
1.970 1.426 1.940 1.920 7277 DIALOG 1.940 0.010 6396.8 1.922 29.94 1.24 10,944.8 1.380 0.743 1.260 1.230 1171 MBSB 1.230 -0.010 4166.5 1.240 20.74 2.44 7,287.0 2
6.537 4.312 5908 DKSH 5.000 16.01 1.90 788.3 2.840 1.628 2.520 2.490 6459 MNRB 2.490 -0.010 257.7 2.499 10.80 795.8 0
0.690 0.201 0.565 0.515 4456 DNEX 0.520 -0.040 43715 0.536 3.63 0.96 911.0 1.830 1.160 1.490 1.450 5237 MPHBCAP 1.480 UNCH 138.7 1.458 16.37 1,058.2 0
1.591 1.092 1.170 1.130 5216 DSONIC 1.170 UNCH 649.4 1.154 25.22 3.42 1,579.5 1.309 1.185 1.260 1.260 6009 P&O 1.260 UNCH 50 1.260 19.66 7.70 309.9 16
0.295 0.175 0.180 0.175 2097 EASTLND 0.180 0.005 232.4 0.175 44.2 20.680 18.682 20.680 20.340 1295 PBBANK 20.660 0.180 3327.5 20.57 15.05 2.86 80,205.0 0
0.920 0.385 0.415 0.395 5259 EATECH 0.400 UNCH 651.7 0.408 5.63 201.6 1.920 0.715 1.710 1.680 9296 RCECAP 1.680 -0.020 187.7 1.691 7.03 1.79 595.7 14
0.370 0.200 0.235 0.235 5036 EDARAN 0.235 UNCH 78 0.235 14.1 5.550 4.473 5.030 4.970 1066 RHBBANK 5.000 0.020 333 4.992 12.34 2.40 20,050.2 1
0.290 0.165 0.205 0.195 7471 EDEN 0.200 0.005 1144.4 0.200 62.3 0.708 0.422 0.620 0.610 4898 TA 0.615 0.015 1123.3 0.617 3.81 2.76 1,052.8 1
3.589 2.280 2.520 2.500 1368 EDGENTA 2.520 -0.010 181.6 2.512 24.14 2.78 2,095.7 4.250 3.800 4.030 4.000 6139 TAKAFUL 4.000 -0.040 26.5 4.013 17.67 3.92 3,292.6 0
0.590 0.220 0.365 0.355 64 EFFICEN 0.355 -0.005 1408.6 0.358 251.7 1.629 1.050 1.070 1.050 5230 TUNEPRO 1.050 -0.010 2404.8 1.057 11.39 4.95 789.3 0
1.000 0.776 0.900 0.890 5081 EIG 0.900 0.010 70 0.897 15.79 2.50 213.5 PROPERTIES 4
2.087 1.074 1.830 1.800 5208 EITA 1.830 0.030 20 1.809 8.78 2.19 237.9 0.888 0.740 0.845 0.840 1007 AMPROP 0.845 0.005 261.2 0.844 37.72 3.55 513.4 0
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IL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
7.4 1.850 0.990 1.420 1.420 5959 A&M 1.420 UNCH 55.1 1.420 31.14 518.4 0.215 0.080 0.110 0.105 118 TRIVE 0.105 -0.005 335.8 0.110 47.73 140.3
5.6 0.448 0.345 0.415 0.410 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.415 0.005 22 0.414 4.82 120.6 4.250 2.206 4.250 3.940 5005 UNISEM 4.030 -0.050 1335.7 4.118 17.14 2.73 2,957.3
2.2 0.230 0.145 0.160 0.155 4057 ASIAPAC 0.160 0.005 33.2 0.155 17.39 160.8 4.790 1.727 4.500 4.350 97 VITROX 4.380 -0.070 526.5 4.439 30.25 0.74 2,059.0
2.7 0.550 0.420 0.460 0.445 6602 BCB 0.460 0.015 90 0.457 9.35 189.8 1.750 0.621 1.650 1.580 8 WILLOW 1.580 -0.060 249.3 1.595 18.61 1.27 391.8
7.6 0.665 0.440 0.490 0.450 9814 BERTAM 0.490 0.035 259 0.485 2.04 101.3 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
9.0 1.400 0.710 1.210 1.190 3239 BJASSET 1.210 0.010 125.1 1.204 1,438.5 5.139 4.630 4.810 4.740 6947 DIGI 4.800 -0.010 4485.4 4.772 24.14 4.10 37,320.0
6.3 1.500 1.030 1.240 1.240 5738 CHHB 1.240 0.050 0.8 1.240 341.9 6.150 5.431 5.900 5.850 6645 LITRAK 5.860 UNCH 516 5.860 13.92 4.27 3,087.3
6.1 1.740 1.430 1.550 1.540 6718 CRESNDO 1.550 -0.010 125.7 1.550 6.35 3.23 434.7 0.372 0.221 0.305 0.300 5078 M&G 0.300 0.005 528.8 0.303 16.67 210.5
5.2 1.720 1.235 1.660 1.650 5049 CVIEW 1.650 UNCH 24 1.659 5.52 9.09 165.0 1.270 0.830 0.840 0.830 6807 PUNCAK 0.830 -0.005 811.4 0.835 372.9
2.5 2.390 2.073 2.260 2.250 5355 DAIMAN 2.250 -0.010 14 2.250 17.25 2.22 477.4 9.890 7.125 9.720 9.610 5031 TIMECOM 9.700 UNCH 1022.6 9.699 13.24 2.05 5,640.1
2.3 1.040 0.500 0.550 0.535 3484 DBHD 0.540 -0.010 96.7 0.540 167.1 1.539 1.304 1.440 1.420 6742 YTLPOWR 1.430 UNCH 404.9 1.430 12.71 6.99 11,644.6
0.4 2.130 1.400 1.630 1.600 3417 E&O 1.600 -0.020 892.6 1.620 23.22 1.88 2,122.7 CLOSED-END FUNDS
3.4 0.325 0.250 0.290 0.280 3557 ECOFIRS 0.290 UNCH 2488.3 0.286 27.36 232.9 2.690 2.260 2.600 2.600 5108 ICAP 2.600 UNCH 28.2 2.600 5200 364.0
8.4 1.720 1.260 1.570 1.550 8206 ECOWLD 1.560 UNCH 1347.1 1.560 18.51 4,593.2 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
1.0 0.920 0.570 0.745 0.725 6076 ENCORP 0.745 -0.005 5.8 0.728 5.70 207.6 1.130 1.070 1.130 1.130 0800EA ABFMY1 1.130 0.001 10 1.130 5.03 1,492.1
4.3 3.180 1.850 2.900 2.800 8613 ENRA 2.900 -0.050 275.5 2.896 32.81 1.03 395.0 1.960 1.680 1.930 1.930 0822EA CIMBA40 1.930 0.005 7.1 1.930 3.83 2.6
2.6 1.240 0.730 1.100 1.090 6815 EUPE 1.100 -0.010 32.9 1.096 140.8 1.590 1.200 0823EA CIMBC50 1.590 15.5
6.3 1.360 1.000 1.080 1.060 5283 EWINT 1.060 -0.020 912.7 1.063 2,544.0 1.865 1.700 1.830 1.830 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.830 -0.010 2.7 1.830 1.80 3.1
0.8 0.617 0.468 0.540 0.525 6041 FARLIM 0.540 0.010 60.7 0.529 6.16 3.70 75.8 1.070 0.971 0826EA METFAPA 1.070 20.3
7.6 0.787 0.610 0.685 0.670 5020 GLOMAC 0.680 UNCH 27.1 0.676 4.44 5.15 494.9 0.952 0.905 0825EA METFSID 0.923 2.54 48.9
5.3 0.523 0.367 0.440 0.430 9962 GMUTUAL 0.440 UNCH 31 0.432 8.30 4.55 165.3 1.115 1.045 1.075 1.065 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.070 -0.030 28 1.067 2.08 297.4
2.5 0.470 0.290 0.370 0.360 1147 GOB 0.360 -0.010 193 0.366 20.57 1.39 163.7 1.110 1.010 1.085 1.070 0824EA MYETFID 1.070 -0.010 825.1 1.072 1.42 54.4
3.4 1.450 1.110 1.170 1.150 1503 GUOCO 1.170 UNCH 51 1.157 3.80 1.71 819.5 REITS
5.0 0.570 0.370 0.570 0.460 7010 HOOVER 0.555 0.125 1033 0.529 22.2 1.073 0.935 0.955 0.940 4952 AHP 0.945 0.005 117.3 0.949 44.58 4.44 207.9
0.3 1.407 0.815 0.860 0.835 5062 HUAYANG 0.835 -0.005 295.1 0.844 7.58 4.79 293.9 1.659 1.415 1.520 1.520 5116 ALAQAR 1.520 -0.030 120 1.520 17.82 5.07 1,106.9
4.6 0.648 0.498 0.585 0.570 4251 IBHD 0.570 -0.010 964.8 0.578 8.10 3.30 574.4 1.050 0.945 1.010 1.010 5269 ALSREIT 1.010 0.010 0.3 1.010 12.02 5.94 585.8
5.0 1.050 0.755 5084 IBRACO 0.895 19.89 3.91 444.3 0.828 0.725 0.735 0.730 5120 AMFIRST 0.730 0.005 117 0.731 22.53 5.56 501.1
9.4 2.990 2.359 2.840 2.810 1597 IGB 2.830 0.020 81 2.823 10.45 3.53 3,862.4 0.980 0.858 5127 ARREIT 0.950 13.81 6.06 544.6
4.6 2.379 1.850 2.170 2.070 5249 IOIPG 2.070 -0.050 2222 2.130 10.02 3.59 11,397.7 1.190 0.995 1.170 1.160 5130 ATRIUM 1.170 UNCH 38 1.167 23.31 5.81 142.5
5.5 0.620 0.380 0.395 0.390 5175 IVORY 0.395 UNCH 52 0.393 21.01 193.6 1.694 1.497 1.650 1.630 5106 AXREIT 1.650 UNCH 7.4 1.640 17.15 5.13 1,823.5
3.7 3.290 0.785 1.320 1.280 1589 IWCITY 1.290 -0.020 3586.2 1.295 1,080.2 1.664 1.422 1.490 1.470 5180 CMMT 1.490 0.020 243.1 1.483 19.87 5.62 3,031.6
9.1 0.169 0.095 0.100 0.100 6769 JKGLAND 0.100 -0.005 805 0.100 14.71 2.30 227.5 1.581 1.230 1.260 1.250 5121 HEKTAR 1.260 0.010 443.6 1.254 12.27 7.92 581.6
8.4 0.085 0.040 0.055 0.055 3115 KBUNAI 0.055 UNCH 1360 0.055 16.67 317.7 1.790 1.448 1.750 1.740 5227 IGBREIT 1.750 UNCH 281 1.749 21.77 4.96 6,131.0
3.3 0.974 0.798 7323 KEN 0.900 5.46 2.78 172.5 1.029 0.900 0.950 0.945 5280 KIPREIT 0.945 UNCH 502.8 0.945 22.39 3.09 477.5
5.4 1.330 0.995 1.240 1.220 5038 KSL 1.230 0.010 1330.8 1.228 3.88 1,276.1 8.100 7.147 7.850 7.810 5235SS KLCC 7.850 0.040 27.8 7.825 16.11 4.54 14,171.9
5.8 0.312 0.210 0.230 0.225 3174 L&G 0.230 0.010 2413.7 0.225 8.98 6.91 673.7 1.350 1.148 1.310 1.290 5123 MQREIT 1.310 0.010 145.2 1.308 15.63 9.69 1,399.1
1.1 1.295 1.051 1.160 1.150 8494 LBICAP 1.160 0.010 20 1.155 4.01 9.05 93.5 1.910 1.588 1.750 1.740 5212 PAVREIT 1.740 -0.010 190.9 1.747 17.37 4.62 5,265.7
9.8 2.078 1.489 1.990 1.960 5789 LBS 1.990 0.020 367.1 1.975 12.95 2.01 1,346.7 1.780 1.549 1.720 1.700 5176 SUNREIT 1.720 0.010 695 1.712 15.41 5.26 5,065.5
0.0 0.460 0.235 0.415 0.400 3573 LIENHOE 0.405 -0.015 443.3 0.407 146.5 1.220 1.132 1.210 1.210 5111 TWRREIT 1.210 -0.010 110 1.210 16.81 5.73 339.4
2.9 1.690 0.926 1.500 1.490 7617 MAGNA 1.500 -0.020 28 1.494 2.03 4.00 502.4 1.796 1.561 1.680 1.670 5110 UOAREIT 1.670 -0.010 27 1.671 15.74 5.65 706.2
2.9 1.700 1.340 1.590 1.560 8583 MAHSING 1.570 UNCH 1656.7 1.567 11.82 4.14 3,783.0 1.230 1.018 1.210 1.200 5109 YTLREIT 1.210 0.010 250 1.201 5.78 2,062.3
5.0 1.940 0.551 1.040 0.995 6181 MALTON 0.995 -0.035 3698.4 1.009 12.56 2.51 525.2 SPAC
0.0 2.828 2.280 2.760 2.710 5236 MATRIX 2.730 0.020 1476.5 2.735 8.38 5.04 1,591.1 0.720 0.670 5234 CLIQ 0.720 454.3
2.9 1.880 1.000 1.560 1.560 7189 MBWORLD 1.560 UNCH 2 1.560 7.75 245.5 0.480 0.460 5241 SONA 0.475 670.1
1.1 1.200 0.750 0.940 0.905 5182 MCT 0.930 0.030 30.1 0.938 21.28 1,241.3
5.7 0.525 0.415 0.430 0.420 5040 MEDAINC 0.430 UNCH 244.5 0.427 211.8
7.8 1.020 0.680 0.860 0.850 1694 MENANG 0.860 0.005 69.4 0.856 7.18 229.7
2.0
8.4
5.9
0.605 0.250
2.614 2.200
0.495
2.230
0.460
2.210
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6114
MJPERAK
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0.470
2.220
-0.005
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1862.6
125.6
0.479 111.90
2.218 5.41
4.55
3.05
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1,245.2 Ace Market
0.360 0.270 0.275 0.275 8893 MKLAND 0.275 -0.005 165 0.275 19.93 332.0 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
1.3 0.215 0.085 0.155 0.135 6548 MPCORP 0.150 0.015 670 0.148 43.1
2.7
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
1.761 1.125 1.190 1.170 1651 MRCB 1.170 UNCH 3448.6 1.181 8.80 2.35 2,565.3
9.2 1.080 0.610 9539 MUH 0.610 34.4 CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.3 0.365 0.230 0.280 0.270 3913 MUIPROP 0.280 UNCH 121.5 0.275 20.29 213.9 0.285 0.195 0.250 0.235 179 BIOHLDG 0.250 0.010 14954 0.248 21.37 201.6
3.2 1.900 1.220 1.240 1.220 5073 NAIM 1.230 UNCH 75.6 1.229 307.5 0.310 0.200 0.220 0.210 170 KANGER 0.215 Unch 173.7 0.213 25.00 171.7
6.8 3.080 2.260 2.290 2.260 5827 OIB 2.260 -0.140 2 2.274 10.83 3.54 327.4 0.450 0.200 0.380 0.365 148 SUNZEN 0.365 Unch 1103.2 0.372 130.36 175.9
1.4 1.710 1.346 1.600 1.580 5053 OSK 1.600 0.020 222.8 1.590 9.56 4.69 2,244.6 0.045 0.025 0.040 0.040 95 XINGHE 0.040 Unch 1335 0.040 3.81 93.9
5.1 1.880 1.251 1.880 1.860 1724 PARAMON 1.870 0.020 397.5 1.867 10.72 4.55 793.4 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
8.7 0.695 0.415 0.610 0.600 6912 PASDEC 0.605 -0.005 63 0.605 173.0 0.245 0.137 0.180 0.170 105 ASIAPLY 0.170 -0.010 822.5 0.174 18.68 2.94 56.7
9.3 1.820 1.540 1.650 1.620 5075 PLENITU 1.620 -0.030 8 1.639 13.32 2.78 618.1 0.095 0.030 0.040 0.040 72 AT 0.040 Unch 9883 0.040 43.3
2.8 0.365 0.225 0.340 0.330 2208 PTGTIN 0.330 UNCH 169 0.330 114.2 0.445 0.245 0.415 0.405 163 CAREPLS 0.405 Unch 3526.7 0.410 72.32 0.74 195.7
8.5 1.270 0.900 1.070 1.010 4596 SAPRES 1.050 -0.010 26.6 1.047 1.40 2.86 146.6 0.330 0.080 0.225 0.205 102 CONNECT 0.205 -0.015 882.9 0.218 82.00 65.9
6.2 0.820 0.665 0.685 0.680 5207 SBCCORP 0.680 -0.005 114.6 0.681 159.7 0.598 0.360 0.375 0.360 100 ESCERAM 0.365 Unch 850.5 0.368 11.77 1.64 75.0
6.4 1.160 0.785 1.130 1.120 2224 SDRED 1.120 -0.010 34 1.121 8.33 2.23 477.3 0.370 0.215 0.245 0.225 175 HHGROUP 0.240 0.015 1291.7 0.235 342.8 74.1
7.1 0.580 0.370 0.515 0.500 4286 SEAL 0.500 UNCH 147 0.507 37.04 121.5 0.145 0.065 0.110 0.110 160 HHHCORP 0.110 -0.005 665 0.110 22.45 36.7
4.0 2.962 2.761 2.830 2.820 6017 SHL 2.830 -0.020 19.1 2.827 8.33 7.07 685.2 0.555 0.160 0.535 0.505 162 IJACOBS 0.510 -0.020 3416.9 0.522 38.06 69.2
9.1 0.305 0.135 0.230 0.220 4375 SMI 0.220 -0.010 56.3 0.222 1.63 46.2 0.165 0.090 0.155 0.145 24 JAG 0.150 0.005 36472 0.150 27.27 189.9
4.6 1.000 0.690 0.820 0.805 5213 SNTORIA 0.815 -0.005 38.7 0.813 11.90 2.45 406.8 0.250 0.125 0.210 0.205 25 LNGRES 0.205 Unch 1066.7 0.207 22.04 49.6
8.8 5.190 4.211 4.880 4.870 1783 SPB 4.880 0.010 82.9 4.878 10.96 2.46 1,676.8 0.150 0.040 0.055 0.050 70 MQTECH 0.055 0.005 1456 0.054 22.8
6.7 4.311 2.833 3.430 3.260 8664 SPSETIA 3.330 0.060 353.2 3.318 4.86 6.01 9,944.0 0.860 0.331 0.730 0.700 49 OCNCASH 0.725 0.020 2019.6 0.718 14.65 0.97 161.7
0.2 1.590 0.815 1.460 1.440 3743 SUNSURIA 1.450 0.010 124.1 1.446 20.54 1,158.3 0.610 0.130 0.340 0.300 38 PTB 0.320 -0.020 1548.1 0.322 72.73 48.1
4.8 4.400 2.756 4.360 4.290 5211 SUNWAY 4.300 -0.040 3092.4 4.304 14.86 2.07 8,976.9 0.105 0.055 0.060 0.055 133 SANICHI 0.060 0.005 23976.6 0.060 51.5
4.2 1.070 0.625 0.915 0.905 1538 SYMLIFE 0.905 -0.010 139.3 0.908 8.02 3.31 280.6 0.060 0.025 0.035 0.030 109 SCBUILD 0.030 Unch 936.3 0.031 26.5
2.8 0.395 0.215 0.355 0.340 5158 TAGB 0.340 0.005 11143 0.347 8.17 1.18 1,809.4 0.220 0.110 0.190 0.180 1 SCOMNET 0.180 -0.005 1154.5 0.185 14.40 2.22 43.7
5.7 7.600 6.085 2305 TAHPS 7.280 28.2 0.69 544.9 0.289 0.132 0.235 0.230 28 SCOPE 0.235 Unch 45 0.231 28.66 2.13 131.7
8.7 0.060 0.035 0.055 0.050 2259 TALAMT 0.055 UNCH 4072 0.050 232.1 0.290 0.115 0.175 0.175 55 SERSOL 0.175 Unch 385 0.175 37.7
1.7 1.471 1.266 1.300 1.290 5191 TAMBUN 1.290 -0.010 452 1.292 4.89 7.75 558.9 0.955 0.178 0.810 0.755 84 TECFAST 0.785 0.025 10528.4 0.786 35.52 0.64 134.3
3.5 0.140 0.055 0.100 0.095 2429 TANCO 0.095 -0.005 135 0.097 62.9 TECHNOLOGY
4.8 0.315 0.170 0.235 0.235 7889 THRIVEN 0.235 -0.005 15 0.235 88.5 0.995 0.160 0.705 0.660 18 ACCSOFT 0.660 -0.005 31.7 0.670 549.6
2.0 0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 7079 TIGER 0.060 UNCH 2778.7 0.055 88.3 0.750 0.160 0.735 0.630 181 AEMULUS 0.645 -0.070 15605.9 0.693 169.74 283.1
4.3 1.930 1.450 1.580 1.560 5239 TITIJYA 1.580 UNCH 49.5 1.564 8.18 0.32 647.8 0.455 0.120 0.360 0.350 119 APPASIA 0.355 -0.005 134 0.355 103.9
8.4 1.044 0.937 0.955 0.950 5401 TROP 0.955 UNCH 137.5 0.952 10.69 2.59 1,399.8 0.450 0.150 0.170 0.160 68 ASDION 0.165 -0.015 587.8 0.165 19.2
4.7 1.360 0.995 1.190 1.150 5148 UEMS 1.170 0.020 2131.2 1.173 27.53 1.37 5,308.8 1.160 0.730 0.830 0.810 98 BAHVEST 0.820 -0.005 679.1 0.825 492.0
9.0 2.680 2.096 2.620 2.570 5200 UOADEV 2.600 UNCH 193.6 2.602 6.61 5.77 4,509.0 0.770 0.620 0.650 0.635 191 CABNET 0.640 -0.010 915.2 0.640 10.49 83.2
5.0 1.890 0.935 1.810 1.800 2976 WINGTM 1.800 UNCH 984 1.801 58.44 1.67 877.2 0.065 0.030 0.050 0.045 152 DGB 0.045 -0.005 350.1 0.045 450.00 24.2
1.2 0.525 0.229 0.435 0.415 6378 WMG 0.415 -0.020 163.2 0.430 176.9 0.075 0.020 0.030 0.030 131 DGSB 0.030 Unch 150 0.030 42.86 40.7
5.5 1.279 0.866 7003 Y&G 0.955 11.40 190.4 0.120 0.050 0.090 0.085 154 EAH 0.085 Unch 10091.9 0.085 35.42 126.7
2.2 1.840 1.380 1.400 1.390 3158 YNHPROP 1.400 UNCH 186 1.396 18.18 740.6 0.260 0.125 0.150 0.140 107 EDUSPEC 0.145 -0.005 1935.5 0.145 25.44 135.3
0.9 1.610 1.060 1.400 1.350 7066 YONGTAI 1.370 0.020 1838.7 1.375 21.24 596.9 0.295 0.050 0.250 0.240 116 FOCUS 0.250 Unch 703.2 0.249 194.3
7.6 0.670 0.550 0.585 0.580 2577 YTLLAND 0.580 0.005 19.2 0.580 14.29 489.7 1.160 0.815 0.960 0.920 104 GENETEC 0.935 -0.045 13.1 0.928 33.2
2.8 MINING 0.759 0.431 0.645 0.620 39 GFM 0.620 -0.005 2590 0.633 25.31 2.34 265.4
2.3 1.290 1.150 2186 KUCHAI 1.250 0.68 154.7 0.090 0.030 0.075 0.070 45 GNB 0.075 Unch 15.2 0.070 21.7
9.1 PLANTATIONS 0.185 0.070 0.175 0.170 74 GOCEAN 0.170 -0.005 857.1 0.170 283.33 44.8
8.4 0.285 0.195 0.205 0.200 7054 AASIA 0.200 -0.005 24.5 0.201 200.00 132.0 0.100 0.040 0.060 0.055 174 IDMENSN 0.060 Unch 325 0.059 120.00 29.7
3.2 19.575 17.198 19.160 19.000 1899 BKAWAN 19.100 -0.060 109.1 19.136 10.99 2.88 8,326.7 0.577 0.227 0.405 0.385 23 IFCAMSC 0.390 -0.005 4856.3 0.396 32.50 1.28 237.2
9.9 8.639 8.380 5069 BLDPLNT 8.500 41.48 0.47 794.8 0.100 0.060 0.070 0.065 94 INIX 0.065 Unch 943.8 0.065 24.07 16.5
6.3 1.697 1.320 1.670 1.660 5254 BPLANT 1.660 0.010 435.2 1.661 11.60 8.43 2,656.0 0.240 0.100 0.170 0.165 10 IRIS 0.165 -0.005 3899 0.170 407.9
7.5 0.953 0.624 0.850 0.825 8982 CEPAT 0.845 UNCH 121.1 0.840 9.40 1.78 269.1 2.290 0.450 2.090 1.890 146 JFTECH 1.900 -0.140 2082.5 1.921 56.55 0.53 239.4
1.8 8.350 7.455 7.950 7.950 1929 CHINTEK 7.950 UNCH 5 7.950 40.92 2.39 726.3 3.280 0.594 3.280 3.100 127 JHM 3.180 0.100 2015.3 3.213 30.93 786.9
1.4 0.545 0.385 0.450 0.435 3948 DUTALND 0.445 0.010 504.1 0.443 376.5 0.270 0.130 0.200 0.195 111 K1 0.195 -0.005 2254.7 0.197 101.2
3.3 9.100 7.205 5029 FAREAST 8.950 9.26 3.35 1,265.4 0.115 0.025 0.035 0.030 36 KGROUP 0.030 Unch 3476 0.030 51.3
6.9 2.506 1.412 1.610 1.570 5222 FGV 1.590 -0.010 5245.6 1.582 56.58 0.63 5,800.6 0.935 0.200 0.935 0.860 176 KRONO 0.880 0.030 31201.5 0.902 22.06 237.9
8.2 11.679 10.104 10.720 10.660 2291 GENP 10.680 -0.060 4.5 10.688 20.08 0.94 8,579.8 0.190 0.045 0.080 0.075 17 M3TECH 0.080 -0.005 2901.2 0.080 46.9
2.0 0.675 0.500 0.605 0.600 7382 GLBHD 0.600 0.010 131 0.600 133.7 0.340 0.205 0.340 0.310 75 MEXTER 0.320 Unch 6372.9 0.328 71.3
8.3 1.532 1.105 1.300 1.300 2135 GOPENG 1.300 UNCH 29 1.300 42.76 3.08 233.1 0.590 0.420 155 MGRC 0.455 103.4 47.1
7.9 0.895 0.750 7501 HARNLEN 0.760 141.0 1.570 0.870 0.920 0.900 126 MICROLN 0.920 Unch 53 0.917 200.0 154.0
6.0 2.650 2.300 2.620 2.590 5138 HSPLANT 2.590 -0.010 9 2.601 14.62 4.25 2,072.0 0.595 0.306 0.500 0.480 112 MIKROMB 0.485 Unch 2897.4 0.490 19.64 1.63 208.8
4.8 3.616 2.932 3.090 3.060 2216 IJMPLNT 3.090 0.040 6.5 3.076 23.66 2.27 2,721.0 0.465 0.065 0.155 0.145 85 MLAB 0.150 Unch 6826.5 0.150 29.1
1.5 0.734 0.651 0.675 0.660 2607 INCKEN 0.665 -0.005 271.8 0.666 1.68 279.8 0.200 0.160 0.190 0.180 34 MMAG 0.185 Unch 2253.5 0.182 50.8
6.1 1.475 0.614 1.070 1.070 6262 INNO 1.070 UNCH 1.9 1.070 13.48 1.87 512.4 1.870 0.503 1.870 1.750 113 MMSV 1.780 -0.010 2146.2 1.808 20.72 1.12 290.1
0.8 4.810 4.140 4.510 4.450 1961 IOICORP 4.510 0.050 679.5 4.496 97.41 2.00 28,340.2 0.245 0.060 0.065 0.065 103 MNC 0.065 Unch 207 0.065 20.97 28.3
9.5 25.137 22.501 24.980 24.760 2445 KLK 24.800 0.040 249 24.787 20.65 2.02 26,474.1 0.310 0.145 0.280 0.255 156 MPAY 0.265 -0.010 30620.2 0.270 188.3
8.7 3.500 3.070 2453 KLUANG 3.200 71.59 0.31 202.2 0.735 0.130 0.450 0.395 92 MTOUCHE 0.400 -0.040 16330.5 0.419 363.64 50.9
6.1 4.060 3.079 4.000 3.960 5027 KMLOONG 3.980 -0.020 8 3.980 14.92 3.77 1,241.0 0.874 0.625 0.735 0.730 108 N2N 0.735 -0.005 15 0.732 28.05 2.72 350.4
4.2 0.695 0.491 0.545 0.540 1996 KRETAM 0.540 -0.005 131 0.543 30.86 1.85 1,256.9 0.110 0.015 0.045 0.040 20 NETX 0.045 Unch 2216.9 0.044 56.3
9.9 1.750 1.220 6572 KWANTAS 1.420 8.90 442.6 0.065 0.035 0.040 0.035 96 NEXGRAM 0.040 Unch 1542.5 0.036 75.3
6.2 1.550 1.240 4936 MALPAC 1.360 130.7 102.0 0.115 0.070 0.080 0.075 26 NOVAMSC 0.080 0.005 619.1 0.075 54.7
0.4 0.963 0.777 0.855 0.855 5026 MHC 0.855 UNCH 10 0.855 12.01 1.75 168.0 0.685 0.555 0.595 0.590 35 OPCOM 0.590 -0.010 80.8 0.591 13.26 95.1
7.1 2.388 1.700 5047 NPC 1.850 7.09 0.54 222.0 0.414 0.316 0.355 0.350 40 OPENSYS 0.350 Unch 956 0.354 17.24 2.86 104.3
4.0 4.239 3.735 4.050 4.050 2038 NSOP 4.050 -0.030 2.9 4.050 32.79 1.48 284.3 0.380 0.125 0.145 0.140 79 ORION 0.145 0.005 7529.3 0.140 86.8
3.0 0.315 0.190 0.230 0.230 1902 PINEPAC 0.230 UNCH 48 0.230 34.5 0.090 0.045 0.090 0.075 5 PALETTE 0.080 0.005 30696.5 0.084 25.6
4.4 1.380 0.920 1.100 1.100 9695 PLS 1.100 UNCH 8 1.100 359.4 0.230 0.135 0.180 0.175 123 PRIVA 0.175 -0.005 1560.2 0.176 1.14 97.7
6.0 0.550 0.430 0.440 0.435 5113 RSAWIT 0.440 -0.005 207.1 0.437 624.1 0.175 0.055 0.115 0.100 7 PUC 0.110 -0.010 17782.3 0.107 44.00 136.2
8.8 4.100 3.346 2542 RVIEW 3.660 17.66 1.64 237.4 0.980 0.482 0.980 0.930 106 REXIT 0.945 0.015 5230.5 0.964 23.80 4.23 178.9
6.2 3.180 2.900 2569 SBAGAN 3.000 0.67 199.0 0.375 0.218 0.360 0.340 178 SEDANIA 0.345 Unch 6094.2 0.350 2.90 77.9
0.5 0.720 0.505 4316 SHCHAN 0.610 18.21 73.2 0.190 0.055 0.130 0.120 60 SKH 0.120 Unch 3635 0.125 42.86 66.5
2.2 3.965 3.247 3.610 3.560 5126 SOP 3.580 0.020 29.6 3.591 10.32 1.40 2,043.4 0.300 0.155 0.185 0.180 117 SMRT 0.180 Unch 247 0.181 64.9
3.0 1.900 1.560 1.610 1.580 5135 SWKPLNT 1.590 -0.040 38.3 1.591 12.30 445.2 0.440 0.100 0.210 0.200 169 SMTRACK 0.210 Unch 544.2 0.203 18.2
0.730 0.535 0.550 0.540 2054 TDM 0.540 -0.005 376 0.544 19.71 0.93 895.3 0.355 0.232 0.320 0.315 93 SOLUTN 0.315 -0.005 1479.8 0.316 12.40 3.17 96.5
3.9 1.207 0.998 1.140 1.110 5112 THPLANT 1.140 0.030 331.4 1.131 6.09 5.26 1,007.6 0.360 0.080 0.215 0.195 129 SRIDGE 0.200 0.005 5677.6 0.204 24.2
4.5 1.977 1.560 1.730 1.710 9059 TSH 1.710 0.010 349.5 1.720 62.18 1.17 2,362.9 0.470 0.155 0.455 0.415 50 SYSTECH 0.425 0.015 32650.8 0.437 50.00 0.71 134.9
7.6 6.450 5.330 6.450 6.380 2593 UMCCA 6.420 0.020 32.5 6.404 15.89 3.12 1,343.8 0.190 0.140 0.150 0.140 132 TDEX 0.140 Unch 1566.4 0.144 116.67 57.8
5.1 28.700 25.323 28.200 28.200 2089 UTDPLT 28.200 UNCH 0.1 28.200 15.23 1.42 5,869.4 1.300 0.189 1.240 1.150 120 VIS 1.170 -0.010 1946.4 1.201 18.51 0.43 129.5
1.8 HOTELS 0.244 0.115 0.140 0.135 69 VIVOCOM 0.140 Unch 22597.4 0.136 12.50 454.1
9.9 0.628 0.483 0.520 0.520 5592 GCE 0.520 UNCH 30 0.520 3.85 102.4 0.145 0.065 0.100 0.100 66 VSOLAR 0.100 Unch 61.1 0.100 37.4
5.3 1.000 0.680 0.835 0.820 1643 LANDMRK 0.835 UNCH 151 0.829 441.6 0.070 0.020 141 WINTONI 0.035 18.0
2.4 0.265 0.115 0.135 0.130 1287 PMHLDG 0.135 -0.005 5623.1 0.135 125.4 0.275 0.080 0.205 0.195 86 YGL 0.200 Unch 1728.4 0.202 46.5
5.3 5.295 4.860 4.980 4.950 5517 SHANG 4.980 -0.010 203.5 4.961 27.48 2.81 2,191.2 TRADING SERVICES
8.1 TECHNOLOGY 0.400 0.150 0.270 0.235 122 AIM 0.270 0.015 60 0.253 71.8
1.9 0.715 0.585 7031 AMTEL 0.630 57.27 31.0 0.165 0.060 0.110 0.105 48 ANCOMLB 0.110 0.005 192.5 0.110 52.1
3.2 0.420 0.180 0.320 0.310 5195 CENSOF 0.310 -0.010 2104.5 0.313 10.84 155.5 0.240 0.120 0.135 0.130 150 ASIABIO 0.130 -0.005 667 0.131 33.33 58.5
6.5 0.400 0.105 0.280 0.270 51 CUSCAPI 0.270 -0.005 1289.4 0.273 129.4 0.275 0.155 0.190 0.185 187 BCMALL 0.185 -0.010 3697.6 0.190 23.42 77.9
4.0 0.729 0.283 0.660 0.625 7204 D&O 0.625 -0.015 15245.9 0.647 42.23 623.8 0.404 0.302 11 BTECH 0.320 18.60 4.78 80.6
7.8 0.710 0.110 0.430 0.415 8338 DATAPRP 0.420 0.005 3511.8 0.421 177.0 0.320 0.170 157 FOCUSP 0.220 36.3
6.0 0.235 0.150 0.165 0.160 29 DIGISTA 0.160 -0.005 576.6 0.161 10.39 95.9 1.009 0.386 1.000 0.955 185 HSSEB 0.955 -0.035 5573.9 0.977 19.22 0.66 304.7
4.1 1.578 1.304 1.430 1.430 5162 ECS 1.430 -0.020 18 1.430 8.62 4.20 257.4 0.900 0.520 147 INNITY 0.730 62.39 101.0
7.3 1.230 0.539 1.190 1.160 65 EFORCE 1.170 -0.020 477.6 1.179 87.31 1.07 484.1 0.345 0.235 0.245 0.245 180 KTC 0.245 Unch 165 0.245 34.51 125.0
5.6 2.950 1.077 2.800 2.760 90 ELSOFT 2.770 -0.030 326.7 2.790 21.19 1.44 759.4 0.350 0.130 0.270 0.265 167 MCLEAN 0.265 -0.005 73 0.266 22.84 47.4
9.3 1.870 0.790 1.620 1.570 21 GHLSYS 1.590 0.010 2770.6 1.598 54.27 0.31 1,048.5 0.440 0.260 0.260 0.260 81 MEGASUN 0.260 -0.015 0.1 0.260 11.26 57.0
5.8 0.455 0.210 0.380 0.360 82 GPACKET 0.365 0.010 13570.5 0.369 5.39 276.9 0.280 0.165 0.210 0.210 153 OVERSEA 0.210 0.005 0.1 0.210 100.00 51.7
4.3 0.260 0.175 0.240 0.230 56 GRANFLO 0.240 UNCH 210.3 0.233 2.08 115.9 0.200 0.115 0.165 0.160 177 PASUKGB 0.160 -0.005 1736.3 0.160 129.9
7.6 6.350 2.636 6.190 6.060 7022 GTRONIC 6.100 -0.040 338.9 6.117 63.15 0.66 1,737.2 0.380 0.230 6 PINEAPP 0.300 187.5 14.6
424 0.980 0.510 0.870 0.855 5028 HTPADU 0.860 -0.015 181.6 0.861 10.15 5.81 87.1 0.375 0.201 0.355 0.345 171 PLABS 0.350 Unch 1501.9 0.349 20.11 2.00 75.2
7.0 2.580 1.980 2.550 2.500 166 INARI 2.510 -0.030 4951.8 2.512 23.95 2.49 5,019.1 0.015 0.005 110 RA 0.005 2.63 4.8
5.8 0.435 0.075 0.215 0.205 9393 ITRONIC 0.210 0.005 377 0.208 21.6 0.615 0.280 0.425 0.405 32 REDTONE 0.405 -0.020 290.3 0.417 306.8
8.2 0.688 0.453 0.605 0.585 5161 JCY 0.605 0.010 5732.2 0.597 88.97 8.26 1,256.5 1.080 0.298 0.960 0.920 173 REV 0.935 0.005 3247.1 0.939 8.41 125.9
9.9 16.216 6.298 15.120 14.920 9334 KESM 15.000 -0.120 89.5 15.004 16.69 0.43 645.2 0.726 0.477 158 SCC 0.600 13.79 5.05 84.7
5.0 0.180 0.060 0.135 0.125 143 KEYASIC 0.130 -0.005 4702.2 0.129 115.7 0.275 0.160 0.195 0.190 161 SCH 0.190 -0.005 1478.7 0.193 105.56 4.47 78.3
5.7 14.280 7.086 14.140 13.780 3867 MPI 14.020 0.200 84.2 14.014 15.08 1.93 2,942.6 0.230 0.100 0.165 0.155 140 STERPRO 0.160 -0.005 7187.1 0.160 44.7
0.2 1.420 0.975 1.380 1.360 5011 MSNIAGA 1.360 -0.050 8 1.373 20.54 82.1 0.205 0.103 0.205 0.195 80 STRAITS 0.200 0.005 4031.8 0.199 76.92 73.6
2.8 1.327 0.343 1.210 1.180 83 NOTION 1.180 -0.040 507.7 1.198 30.81 2.12 390.1 1.360 0.955 1.280 1.270 89 TEXCYCL 1.270 -0.030 28 1.274 13.55 0.39 216.9
2.6 0.605 0.430 0.485 0.455 9008 OMESTI 0.485 0.015 144.3 0.465 208.9 0.230 0.100 0.225 0.205 145 TFP 0.205 -0.020 1851.3 0.215 42.0
9.3 0.375 0.260 0.300 0.285 41 PANPAGE 0.285 UNCH 288.2 0.289 75.7 0.165 0.095 0.105 0.105 165 XOX 0.105 Unch 3415.5 0.105 89.4
4.450 0.980 4.300 4.190 7160 PENTA 4.200 -0.080 322.6 4.232 19.58 615.6 FINANCE
3.4 0.610 0.250 0.385 0.375 9075 THETA 0.375 UNCH 50.3 0.377 40.2 0.810 0.386 0.705 0.695 53 OSKVI 0.695 0.005 112.5 0.701 4.91 2.88 137.3
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE WARRANTS CLOSE
(RM)
+/-
(RM)
VOL PARENT
(000)
EXE
PRICE PRICE
PRM
(%)
EXPIRY
DATE
Ch
0.055 0.025 0.035 0.030 7096WA GPA-WA 0.035 Unch 91.6 0.095 0.100 42.11 03/06/2025 str
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.195 0.145 0.145 0.145 7022CK GTRONIC-CK 0.145 -0.010 60 6.100 6.000 12.62 08/01/2018

YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY
0.275
0.745
0.095
0.310
0.165 0.165
0.705 0.655
7676WB
4324CA
GUNUNG-WB
HENGYUAN-CA
0.165
0.675
-0.005
Unch 8804.6
30 0.425 0.400
8.310 6.000
32.94
37.18
02/10/2020
22/02/2018
SH
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 1.520 0.830 1.510 1.480 5095WB HEVEA-WB 1.490 0.010 87.9 1.750 0.250 -0.57 28/02/2020 acr
0.165
0.320
0.035
0.160
0.040
0.210
0.035
0.205
5238C7
5238WA
AAX-C7
AAX-WA
0.040
0.205
Unch
-0.005
415
2588.7
0.380
0.380
0.430
0.460
23.68
75.00
31/10/2017
08/06/2020
0.220
0.530
0.075
0.265
0.185 0.165
0.320 0.315
5072WB
5169WA
HIAPTEK-WB
HOHUP-WA
0.175
0.320
0.010 17423.5
Unch 120.1
0.390 0.500
0.740 0.600
73.08
24.32
23/06/2021
21/12/2018
los
0.120 0.035 0.080 0.075 7146WA AEM-WA 0.075 Unch 559.1 0.175 0.250 85.71 17/12/2019 0.390 0.270 0.315 0.310 5160WA HOMERIZ-WA 0.315 Unch 53.7 0.970 0.920 27.32 09/07/2020 con
0.165 0.005 0.010 0.010 6599CH AEON-CH 0.010 0.005 93.4 2.120 2.520 20.05 18/09/2017 0.230 0.115 0.165 0.160 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.160 Unch 203.1 0.330 0.180 3.03 05/06/2018
0.140 0.125 0.140 0.140 6599CK AEON-CK 0.140 0.015 500 2.120 2.250 19.34 22/02/2018 0.050 0.010 0.015 0.010 7013WA HUBLINE-WA 0.015 0.005 600.5 0.060 3.200 5,258 04/11/2019
0.465 0.110 0.365 0.335 5139CB AEONCR-CB 0.335 -0.040 329 13.120 11.000 0.86 16/10/2017 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.020 9601WD HWGB-WD 0.025 Unch 80.1 0.050 0.080 110.0 15/03/2021 to
0.330 0.050 0.205 0.190 7315WB AHB-WB 0.190 -0.010 840.9 0.295 0.200 32.20 28/08/2019 0.055
0.195
0.015
0.055
0.030 0.030
0.090 0.090
0174WA
3336C5
IDMENSN-WA
IJM-C5
0.030
0.090
Unch
Unch
210.7
90
0.060 0.100
3.440 3.500
116.6
5.67
14/07/2020
29/12/2017
Co
0.330 0.070 0.260 0.250 509947 AIRASIAC47 0.250 Unch 1114.5 3.300 2.600 1.52 31/10/2017
0.190 0.075 0.095 0.090 509948 AIRASIAC48 0.090 Unch 40 3.300 3.000 0.45 16/08/2017 0.250 0.075 0.235 0.220 0166C2 INARI-C2 0.220 -0.010 1325 2.510 2.150 3.19 08/12/2017
0.235 0.110 0.145 0.135 509952 AIRASIAC52 0.135 Unch 2260 3.300 3.200 9.24 31/10/2017 1.800 1.300 1.720 1.690 0166WB INARI-WB 1.690 -0.010 202.4 2.510 0.800 -0.80 17/02/2020 inv
0.045 0.015 0.025 0.025 0094WA INIX-WA 0.025 Unch 210 0.065 0.100 92.31 16/11/2020
0.200
0.180
0.090
0.060
0.145
0.090
0.140
0.085
509953
509954
AIRASIAC53
AIRASIAC54
0.145
0.085
0.010
-0.005
111
9105.9
3.300
3.300
3.200
3.600
10.15
16.05
02/02/2018
31/10/2017 0.545 0.160 0.465 0.450 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.455 -0.010 6384.4 1.030 1.000 41.26 25/02/2020 Ch
0.210 0.135 0.170 0.170 509956 AIRASIAC56 0.170 0.005 600 3.300 2.900 9.52 29/12/2017 0.180 0.060 0.065 0.065 196113 IOICORP-C13 0.065 0.005 30.5 4.510 4.400 1.88 31/10/2017 this
0.180
0.420
0.145
0.160
0.180
0.300
0.180
0.290
509957
7609WA
AIRASIAC57
AJIYA-WA
0.180
0.290
Unch
-0.010 1689.6
54 3.300
0.740
3.200
0.920
13.33
63.51
08/01/2018
28/08/2021
0.070
0.070
0.020
0.020
0.045 0.040
0.060 0.055
7183WA
0024WA
IRETEX-WA
JAG-WA
0.045
0.060
Unch
0.005
152.9
11283
0.180 0.800
0.150 0.100
369.44
6.67
10/06/2019
14/08/2019 res
0.610 0.085 0.325 0.310 1015CX AMBANK-CX 0.325 0.020 275.5 4.930 4.150 0.66 29/09/2017 0.120 0.035 0.040 0.035 5161C2 JCY-C2 0.040 Unch 11720 0.605 0.635 11.57 16/10/2017 opt
0.045
0.315
0.005
0.140
0.005
0.145
0.005
0.145
0159WA
6556CC
AMEDIA-WA
ANNJOO-CC
0.005
0.145
-0.005
Unch 151.5
70 0.085
3.050
1.100
2.800
1,200
8.44
02/01/2018
31/10/2017
0.170
0.830
0.045
0.205
0.080 0.080
0.630 0.620
9083WB
7167WA
JETSON-WB
JOHOTIN-WA
0.080
0.620
Unch
-0.015
100
75.6
0.280 0.750
1.480 0.850
196.43
-0.68
06/02/2019
21/11/2017
spa
0.270 0.115 0.120 0.120 6556CD ANNJOO-CD 0.120 Unch 145 3.050 3.000 12.13 08/12/2017 0.150 0.060 0.060 0.060 4383CO JTIASA-CO 0.060 Unch 120 1.110 1.200 18.92 08/01/2018
0.135
0.265
0.110
0.045
0.110
0.055
0.110
0.055
6556CE
9342WB
ANNJOO-CE
ANZO-WB
0.110
0.055
-0.010
-0.005
100
100
3.050
0.100
3.100
0.250
17.87
205.0
02/02/2018
25/08/2023
0.225
0.105
0.110
0.030
0.140 0.135
0.035 0.030
0170WA
5247C1
KANGER-WA
KAREX-C1
0.140
0.030
Unch
-0.010 1830.2
33 0.215 0.100
1.480 1.950
11.63
37.84
13/04/2020
28/12/2017
hig
0.335 0.090 0.245 0.245 0119WA APPASIA-WA 0.245 Unch 95 0.355 0.130 5.63 23/12/2024 0.115 0.105 0.115 0.105 5247C4 KAREX-C4 0.105 Unch 185 1.480 1.550 15.37 30/04/2018 at
0.255 0.100 0.125 0.120 521024 ARMADA-C24 0.120 Unch 437 0.685 0.600 5.11 30/11/2017 0.115
0.070
0.005
0.005
0.005 0.005
0.005 0.005
5247CW
5247CX
KAREX-CW
KAREX-CX
0.005
0.005
Unch
Unch
385
100
1.480 2.100
1.480 2.300
42.91
56.59
29/09/2017
30/11/2017
qua
0.100 0.065 0.065 0.065 521028 ARMADA-C28 0.065 Unch 553 0.685 0.750 19.93 30/01/2018
0.350 0.070 0.070 0.070 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.070 -0.005 275 0.165 0.500 245.4 24/03/2019 0.200 0.015 0.020 0.015 5247CZ KAREX-CZ 0.020 -0.015 430.1 1.480 2.200 51.35 02/02/2018 the
0.110 0.045 0.055 0.055 0150WA ASIABIO-WA 0.055 -0.005 173.2 0.130 0.300 173.08 19/04/2024 0.035
0.155
0.010
0.070
0.020 0.020
0.135 0.130
3115WC
7161CB
KBUNAI-WC
KERJAYA-CB
0.020
0.135
Unch
0.005
3895
1489.9
0.055 0.131
3.600 3.350
174.55
9.93
20/10/2023
30/11/2017
pos
0.155 0.055 0.090 0.085 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.085 -0.005 132.4 0.170 0.100 8.82 13/12/2020
0.090 0.040 0.050 0.050 6399C3 ASTRO-C3 0.050 -0.005 50 2.630 2.900 14.07 22/12/2017 0.200 0.120 0.175 0.175 7161CD KERJAYA-CD 0.175 Unch 5.5 3.600 3.400 11.46 25/01/2018
0.765 0.095 0.345 0.270 7099WB ATTA-WB 0.320 0.055 6349 1.070 1.000 23.36 09/05/2022 0.195 0.180 0.195 0.180 7161CE KERJAYA-CE 0.185 0.005 1872 3.600 3.600 15.42 22/02/2018 infl
0.810
0.035
0.225
0.010
0.325
0.020
0.275
0.015
7099WC
0072WA
ATTA-WC
AT-WA
0.315
0.020
0.065
Unch
198.3
579.9
1.070
0.040
1.000
0.090
22.90
175.00
18/11/2024
28/01/2019
0.490
0.030
0.065
0.010
0.400 0.385
0.015 0.010
0151WA
0036WB
KGB-WA
KGROUP-WB
0.390
0.015
-0.010
Unch
226.2
381.2
0.650 0.500
0.030 0.050
36.92
116.67
12/06/2019
01/05/2020 cou
0.040 0.020 0.025 0.025 0072WB AT-WB 0.025 0.005 0.1 0.040 0.030 37.50 17/10/2019 0.880 0.620 0.705 0.705 5171WA KIMLUN-WA 0.705 0.005 15 2.350 1.680 1.49 12/03/2024 out
0.260
0.730
0.070
0.210
0.120
0.585
0.115
0.580
688815
7078WA
AXIATA-C15
AZRB-WA
0.120
0.580
0.010
-0.010
15
185
4.830
1.100
4.650
0.700
3.73
16.36
31/10/2017
13/05/2024
0.155
0.150
0.120
0.070
0.140 0.140
0.080 0.070
5027CA
7164WB
KMLOONG-CA
KNM-WB
0.140
0.070
0.005
-0.010
10.7
180
3.980 3.700
0.235 1.000
3.52
355.32
16/10/2017
21/04/2020 wil
0.120 0.025 0.030 0.030 5248CR BAUTO-CR 0.030 0.005 60 1.950 2.100 10.77 29/12/2017 0.160 0.070 0.090 0.090 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.090 0.005 190.1 0.250 0.300 56.00 21/01/2020
0.170
0.450
0.100
0.260
0.110
0.340
0.105
0.335
7241WA
5258WA
BHS-WA
BIMB-WA
0.110
0.335
0.005
Unch
117.1
319.7
0.385
4.410
0.600
4.720
84.42
14.63
18/10/2020
04/12/2023
1.400
0.650
0.410
0.450
1.250 1.250
0.535 0.535
5878WB
9385WA
KPJ-WB
LAYHONG-WA
1.250
0.535
-0.030
-0.005
120
20
4.190 4.010
0.915 0.400
25.54
2.19
23/01/2019
13/10/2021
car
0.155 0.070 0.100 0.100 6998WA BINTAI-WA 0.100 0.005 80 0.200 0.200 50.00 15/06/2020 0.835 0.370 0.700 0.700 5789WB LBS-WB 0.700 -0.020 8.9 1.990 1.250 -2.01 04/10/2020 as
0.230
0.160
0.095
0.060
0.150
0.085
0.140
0.080
0179WA
3395WB
BIOHLDG-WA
BJCORP-WB
0.145
0.080
0.005
-0.005
6868.3
50.8
0.250
0.325
0.220
1.000
46.00
232.3
05/01/2022
22/04/2022
0.035
0.080
0.015
0.015
0.025 0.020
0.025 0.020
5284CA
5284CB
LCTITAN-CA
LCTITAN-CB
0.025
0.020
-0.005
-0.005
3434.4
7702.2
4.340 6.800
4.340 7.800
58.99
81.57
12/02/2018
12/02/2018
like
0.175 0.050 0.100 0.095 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.100 0.005 120 0.325 1.000 238.4 29/05/2026 0.265 0.040 0.045 0.040 5284CD LCTITAN-CD 0.040 -0.010 2428 4.340 6.500 52.53 30/01/2018 tigh
0.370 0.035 0.325 0.310 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.310 -0.015 2003.1 0.510 0.200 0.00 07/07/2023 0.465
0.120
0.100
0.015
0.130 0.115
0.030 0.025
5284CE
5284CF
LCTITAN-CE
LCTITAN-CF
0.115
0.025
-0.010
-0.005
1975.4
3410
4.340 5.500
4.340 6.280
34.68
48.73
30/01/2018
30/01/2018
cla
0.084 0.040 0.040 0.040 7036WB BORNOIL-WB 0.040 Unch 200 0.100 0.060 0.00 28/02/2018
0.081 0.040 0.045 0.040 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.045 Unch 2847.9 0.100 0.070 15.00 08/11/2025 0.095 0.020 0.035 0.035 5284CG LCTITAN-CG 0.035 Unch 100 4.340 6.500 54.61 30/04/2018 wh
0.065 0.045 0.045 0.045 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.045 Unch 1908.9 0.100 0.070 15.00 29/05/2027 0.250 0.150 0.185 0.185 7126WA LONBISC-WA 0.185 0.005 14 0.750 1.000 58.00 26/01/2020
0.120 0.060 0.060 0.060 9938WB BRIGHT-WB 0.060 Unch 80 0.320 0.820 175.0 12/01/2019 0.095 0.020 0.065 0.060 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.060 Unch 730 0.115 0.100 39.13 03/06/2022
0.435 0.060 0.305 0.295 181811 BURSA-C11 0.295 -0.005 1473.3 10.540 8.900 -1.57 30/11/2017 0.095
0.060
0.020
0.015
0.065 0.060
0.045 0.040
5068WB
0017WA
LUSTER-WB
M3TECH-WA
0.065
0.040
0.005
Unch
300
1180.1
0.115 0.100
0.080 0.100
43.48
75.00
26/05/2023
21/08/2019
S
0.315 0.095 0.125 0.125 181812 BURSA-C12 0.125 Unch 140 10.540 10.500 4.96 30/11/2017
0.150 0.090 0.130 0.125 181813 BURSA-C13 0.125 Unch 100 10.540 10.500 5.55 30/03/2018 0.750 0.275 0.615 0.605 7617WB MAGNA-WB 0.605 -0.010 131.9 1.500 0.900 0.33 04/09/2020
0.812 0.303 0.730 0.710 7174WA CAB-WA 0.710 -0.050 209.7 0.915 0.170 -3.83 08/02/2020 0.265 0.115 0.120 0.115 8583WB MAHSING-WB 0.115 -0.010 1057.2 1.570 1.440 -0.96 16/03/2018
0.160 0.020 0.025 0.020 7076CD CBIP-CD 0.025 -0.005 89.8 2.010 2.000 1.99 18/08/2017 0.170 0.085 0.135 0.125 8583WC MAHSING-WC 0.135 0.005 32.7 1.570 2.100 42.36 21/02/2020
0.470 0.290 0.375 0.335 7076WA CBIP-WA 0.375 Unch 12.2 2.010 2.400 38.06 06/11/2019 0.105 0.075 0.105 0.080 5264C1 MALAKOF-C1 0.090 0.015 7518 1.040 1.000 13.46 30/01/2018
0.220 0.045 0.135 0.130 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.130 -0.005 544.7 0.310 0.460 90.32 07/10/2019 0.150 0.075 0.150 0.085 5264C2 MALAKOF-C2 0.085 0.010 1093.7 1.040 1.050 9.13 30/04/2018
0.310 0.100 0.225 0.215 102321 CIMB-C21 0.225 0.010 274.3 6.680 6.200 4.60 31/10/2017 0.100 0.005 0.005 0.005 5264CT MALAKOF-CT 0.005 Unch 300 1.040 1.500 44.71 31/10/2017
0.335 0.150 0.285 0.275 102322 CIMB-C22 0.280 0.015 205 6.680 5.700 2.10 24/11/2017 0.100 0.010 0.020 0.020 5264CW MALAKOF-CW 0.020 0.010 800 1.040 1.200 19.23 29/09/2017
0.175 0.170 0.170 0.170 102323 CIMB-C23 0.170 Unch 25 6.680 6.500 11.30 02/02/2018 0.090 0.010 0.020 0.015 5264CX MALAKOF-CX 0.015 0.005 2356.1 1.040 1.300 27.16 16/10/2017
0.155 0.085 0.135 0.130 102324 CIMB-C24 0.130 0.005 430 6.680 7.000 12.57 28/12/2017 0.060 0.025 0.040 0.030 5264CZ MALAKOF-CZ 0.030 Unch 7328 1.040 1.300 29.33 22/12/2017
0.205 0.040 0.125 0.125 0102WA CONNECT-WA 0.125 0.010 185.2 0.205 0.100 9.76 17/09/2021 0.990 0.085 0.405 0.380 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.380 -0.025 2165.8 0.995 1.000 38.69 29/06/2018
0.205 0.035 0.130 0.125 0102WB CONNECT-WB 0.125 0.005 267.5 0.205 0.100 9.76 07/06/2021 0.630 0.350 0.495 0.475 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.475 -0.020 150 2.730 2.400 5.31 20/07/2020
0.250 0.025 0.145 0.140 0051WA CUSCAPI-WA 0.140 -0.005 642 0.270 0.270 51.85 24/04/2018 0.190 0.005 0.005 0.005 6012CW MAXIS-CW 0.005 -0.005 10 5.790 6.000 3.93 29/09/2017
0.470 0.305 0.320 0.305 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.315 -0.015 140 0.510 0.300 20.59 22/05/2022 0.160 0.020 0.025 0.025 6012CX MAXIS-CX 0.025 0.005 100 5.790 5.900 3.63 28/08/2017
0.035 0.005 0.010 0.010 7179WB DBE-WB 0.010 Unch 243 0.025 0.050 140.0 22/01/2022 0.230 0.140 0.190 0.180 115528 MAYBANKC28 0.180 -0.005 70 9.700 9.500 3.88 31/10/2017
0.030 0.005 0.010 0.010 0152WA DGB-WA 0.010 Unch 892.2 0.045 0.110 166.67 22/04/2018 0.230 0.115 0.190 0.190 115529 MAYBANKC29 0.190 0.005 50 9.700 9.000 1.60 16/10/2017
0.165 0.120 0.135 0.130 115530 MAYBANKC30 0.130 0.005 18.4 9.700 9.100 4.54 24/11/2017
M
0.105 0.060 0.075 0.065 727715 DIALOG-C15 0.075 0.005 601 1.940 1.850 6.96 31/10/2017
0.075 0.050 0.055 0.050 694720 DIGI-C20 0.055 -0.005 300 4.800 5.200 11.77 22/12/2017 0.190 0.120 0.160 0.145 115531 MAYBANKC31 0.150 0.005 1012.8 9.700 9.500 2.58 28/02/2018
0.165 0.050 0.080 0.075 0029WB DIGISTA-WB 0.075 -0.010 12 0.160 0.260 109.38 04/04/2023 0.230 0.095 0.140 0.100 1171C2 MBSB-C2 0.125 0.010 119.8 1.230 1.300 15.85 02/02/2018
0.370 0.045 0.275 0.245 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.250 -0.020 33772.5 0.520 0.500 44.23 30/07/2021 0.090 0.030 0.035 0.030 1171CY MBSB-CY 0.035 -0.005 3167.9 1.230 1.250 10.16 29/09/2017
0.140 0.060 0.090 0.085 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.090 Unch 265.1 0.285 0.250 19.30 25/11/2020 0.080 0.035 0.035 0.035 1171CZ MBSB-CZ 0.035 Unch 70 1.230 1.450 25.00 30/11/2017
0.145 0.055 0.070 0.065 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.065 Unch 274.6 0.245 0.800 253.06 29/03/2021 0.260 0.040 0.140 0.140 0167WB MCLEAN-WB 0.140 Unch 91.5 0.265 0.250 47.17 07/10/2020
0.340 0.180 0.300 0.290 7169WA DOMINAN-WA 0.300 -0.010 51.7 1.260 1.300 26.98 10/09/2020 0.085 0.025 0.040 0.040 5040WB MEDAINC-WB 0.040 -0.005 50 0.430 0.800 95.35 22/04/2022
0.070 0.035 0.045 0.045 7198WB DPS-WB 0.045 Unch 159.4 0.080 0.100 81.25 15/01/2025 0.065 0.025 0.045 0.040 5040WC MEDAINC-WC 0.045 Unch 80 0.430 0.800 96.51 24/08/2024
0.260
0.180
0.030
0.030
0.080
0.030
0.070
0.030
161926
161927
DRBHCOMC26
DRBHCOMC27
0.080
0.030
0.010
-0.010
1174.2
10
1.680
1.680
1.550
1.700
-0.60
4.76
30/08/2017
22/08/2017
0.365
0.230
0.140
0.095
0.215 0.215
0.230 0.200
1694WB
0075WA
MENANG-WB
MEXTER-WA
0.215
0.200
-0.005
-0.005
258.7
8718.2
0.860 1.000
0.320 0.130
41.28
3.13
09/07/2019
17/09/2018 Bu
0.180 0.060 0.080 0.080 161932 DRBHCOMC32 0.080 Unch 203 1.680 1.450 -0.36 30/08/2017 2.330 0.430 1.970 1.970 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.970 Unch 18 3.800 2.220 10.26 08/04/2020
0.195 0.060 0.100 0.095 161933 DRBHCOMC33 0.095 Unch 855.1 1.680 1.650 9.52 31/10/2017 0.050 0.020 0.040 0.040 7219WA MINETEC-WA 0.040 Unch 10 0.135 0.150 40.74 27/11/2019 Ma
0.125 0.080 0.090 0.085 161937 DRBHCOMC37 0.090 -0.005 250.1 1.680 1.850 20.83 30/03/2018 0.355 0.170 0.200 0.170 5576WC MINHO-WC 0.200 0.020 3.1 0.525 0.500 33.33 02/08/2021
0.050 0.040 0.040 0.040 161941 DRBHCOMC41 0.040 Unch 750 1.680 2.150 35.12 30/03/2018 0.220 0.035 0.040 0.035 381610 MISC-C10 0.040 -0.005 100 7.500 7.700 4.91 30/08/2017 Y
0.070 0.055 0.060 0.055 5216CY DSONIC-CY 0.060 -0.005 300 1.170 1.300 21.37 30/03/2018 0.125 0.030 0.030 0.030 3816C9 MISC-C9 0.030 Unch 24 7.500 7.500 2.40 18/08/2017 H
0.055 0.045 0.045 0.045 5216CZ DSONIC-CZ 0.045 -0.005 300 1.170 1.380 25.64 30/03/2018 0.625 0.365 0.510 0.505 9571WD MITRA-WD 0.510 Unch 78.4 1.350 1.090 18.52 23/08/2020 0.
0.225 0.030 0.030 0.030 3417C7 E&O-C7 0.030 Unch 20 1.600 1.850 19.38 30/11/2017 1.125 0.645 0.680 0.650 6114WB MKH-WB 0.680 Unch 104.2 2.220 1.550 0.45 29/12/2017 0.
0.320 0.120 0.180 0.180 3417WB E&O-WB 0.180 Unch 46.9 1.600 2.600 73.75 21/07/2019 0.115 0.020 0.050 0.045 0085WA MLAB-WA 0.050 Unch 382 0.150 0.100 0.00 24/04/2020 0.
0.065 0.020 0.035 0.035 0154WB EAH-WB 0.035 -0.010 35.9 0.085 0.120 82.35 24/02/2019 0.115 0.090 0.090 0.090 2194C6 MMCCORP-C6 0.090 Unch 47 2.350 2.450 11.91 30/04/2018 0.
0.065 0.025 0.035 0.035 0154WC EAH-WC 0.035 Unch 65 0.085 0.100 58.82 18/06/2019 0.055 0.020 0.030 0.030 0103WA MNC-WA 0.030 Unch 825 0.065 0.100 100.00 05/11/2021 0.
0.195 0.090 0.130 0.125 3557WC ECOFIRS-WC 0.130 -0.005 250.8 0.290 0.300 48.28 10/09/2019 0.070 0.020 0.025 0.025 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.025 Unch 20.1 0.055 0.100 127.27 21/11/2021 0.
0.150 0.080 0.145 0.140 5253CA ECONBHD-CA 0.140 0.010 932 2.770 2.500 5.42 30/11/2017 0.135 0.020 0.025 0.025 165115 MRCB-C15 0.025 Unch 585 1.170 1.800 57.05 24/11/2017 0.
0.190 0.095 0.105 0.105 8206CF ECOWLD-CF 0.105 0.005 50 1.560 1.600 12.66 02/02/2018 0.065 0.055 0.060 0.055 165121 MRCB-C21 0.055 Unch 498.3 1.170 1.400 26.71 30/04/2018 0.
0.170 0.080 0.095 0.090 8206CG ECOWLD-CG 0.095 0.005 210 1.560 1.500 8.33 30/11/2017 0.175 0.085 0.090 0.085 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.090 Unch 3918.3 1.170 2.300 104.27 14/09/2018 0.
0.175 0.070 0.085 0.085 8206CH ECOWLD-CH 0.085 0.005 200 1.560 1.600 10.74 08/12/2017 0.080 0.010 0.010 0.010 0092WA MTOUCHE-WA 0.010 -0.005 50 0.400 1.260 217.50 17/01/2018 0.
0.130 0.070 0.070 0.070 8206CI ECOWLD-CI 0.070 Unch 5.4 1.560 1.700 17.95 25/01/2018 0.220 0.030 0.110 0.105 0092WB MTOUCHE-WB 0.105 -0.005 1024.1 0.400 0.540 61.25 16/03/2020 0.
0.710 0.365 0.495 0.485 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.495 0.005 82 1.560 2.080 65.06 26/03/2022 0.370 0.105 0.230 0.220 5703CD MUHIBAH-CD 0.230 0.010 110 2.820 2.600 3.07 29/12/2017 0.
0.140 0.045 0.060 0.055 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.055 -0.005 418.3 0.145 0.180 62.07 24/12/2018 0.160 0.140 0.150 0.150 5703CE MUHIBAH-CE 0.150 -0.005 25 2.820 3.300 26.06 12/02/2018 0.
0.945 0.360 0.835 0.805 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.820 -0.015 195.1 1.170 0.340 -0.85 17/07/2019 0.190 0.075 0.100 0.085 13815 MYEG-C15 0.095 0.010 413 2.100 2.000 8.36 29/09/2017 0.
0.670 0.415 0.430 0.415 8907WC EG-WC 0.420 -0.005 94.7 0.800 0.500 15.00 03/11/2020 0.255 0.100 0.125 0.120 13816 MYEG-C16 0.120 -0.005 201.7 2.100 2.000 6.67 02/02/2018 0.
0.030 0.005 0.015 0.015 7182WA EKA-WA 0.015 Unch 100 0.080 0.200 168.75 22/01/2019 0.170 0.075 0.075 0.075 13817 MYEG-C17 0.075 -0.005 530 2.100 2.300 18.45 30/11/2017 0.
0.140 0.025 0.035 0.030 8877CA EKOVEST-CA 0.035 -0.005 725.2 1.110 1.600 48.87 08/12/2017 0.070 0.070 0.070 0.070 13821 MYEG-C21 0.070 Unch 15 2.100 2.280 21.90 30/03/2018 0.
0.090 0.045 0.055 0.055 8877CC EKOVEST-CC 0.055 Unch 448.8 1.110 1.300 29.50 28/12/2017 0.480 0.115 0.335 0.325 0138C8 MYEG-C8 0.330 -0.020 105 2.100 1.567 0.80 31/10/2017 0.
1.350 0.247 0.820 0.800 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.810 -0.010 935.9 1.110 0.480 16.22 25/06/2019 0.460 0.140 0.305 0.305 0138C9 MYEG-C9 0.305 0.005 20 2.100 1.600 0.40 16/08/2017 0.
0.630 0.310 0.420 0.410 5056WA ENGTEX-WA 0.410 -0.010 196 1.260 0.830 -1.59 25/10/2017 0.065 0.005 0.025 0.020 0020WB NETX-WB 0.025 Unch 945.1 0.045 0.050 66.67 08/06/2019 0.
0.120 0.050 0.050 0.050 5283CA EWINT-CA 0.050 -0.010 50 1.060 1.200 22.64 02/02/2018 0.030 0.015 0.020 0.020 0096WA NEXGRAM-WA 0.020 Unch 118 0.040 0.100 200.0 16/05/2022 0.
0.060 0.020 0.020 0.020 5283CE EWINT-CE 0.020 Unch 1666.8 1.060 1.350 32.08 30/11/2017 0.035 0.015 0.020 0.020 0096WC NEXGRAM-WC 0.020 Unch 2104.8 0.040 0.100 200.0 15/01/2024 0.
0.450 0.260 0.270 0.265 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.265 -0.005 466.9 1.060 1.450 61.79 02/04/2022 0.415 0.190 0.320 0.310 0172WA OCK-WA 0.310 Unch 971.9 0.905 0.710 12.71 15/12/2020 0.
0.570 0.100 0.515 0.500 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.500 -0.010 1103.1 0.945 0.700 26.98 24/09/2019 0.255 0.060 0.145 0.130 7071WC OCR-WC 0.135 -0.020 86 0.565 0.500 12.39 24/07/2021 0.
0.180 0.115 0.160 0.160 06501R FBMKLCI-C1R 0.160 0.020 10 1,777 1,670 0.23 29/09/2017 0.185 0.155 0.155 0.155 5201CA OLDTOWN-CA 0.155 -0.015 100 2.740 2.800 19.16 02/02/2018 0.
0.080 0.040 0.050 0.045 06501X FBMKLCI-C1X 0.050 0.010 75 1,777 1,765 1.24 30/11/2017 0.280 0.045 0.070 0.050 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.060 Unch 794.9 0.485 0.500 15.46 30/05/2018 0.
0.060 0.030 0.040 0.040 06503A FBMKLCI-C3A 0.040 0.010 30 1,777 1,785 1.97 29/12/2017 0.370 0.195 0.275 0.265 5053WC OSK-WC 0.275 0.005 86.1 1.600 1.800 29.69 22/07/2020 0.
0.160 0.045 0.045 0.045 06502Z FBMKLCI-H2Z 0.045 -0.005 45.7 1,777 1,765 1.05 30/11/2017 0.250 0.080 0.250 0.235 7052CI PADINI-CI 0.250 0.040 35 3.980 2.800 1.76 29/09/2017 0.
0.135 0.105 0.105 0.105 06504D FBMKLCI-H4D 0.105 -0.005 50 1,777 1,800 5.38 31/01/2018 0.310 0.155 0.310 0.290 7052CJ PADINI-CJ 0.310 0.040 29.7 3.980 3.150 2.51 30/11/2017 0.
0.135 0.020 0.020 0.020 522226 FGV-C26 0.020 -0.005 45 1.590 2.200 41.64 31/10/2017 0.310 0.180 0.310 0.310 7052CK PADINI-CK 0.310 0.070 15 3.980 3.200 3.77 28/02/2018 0.
0.085 0.010 0.015 0.015 522227 FGV-C27 0.015 -0.005 4006.8 1.590 2.450 56.45 16/10/2017 0.055 0.025 0.055 0.040 0005WA PALETTE-WA 0.050 0.015 39052.7 0.080 0.040 12.50 20/03/2018 0.
0.155 0.045 0.050 0.045 522228 FGV-C28 0.045 -0.005 370 1.590 2.050 36.01 02/02/2018 0.300 0.080 0.250 0.240 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.250 0.005 239.3 0.655 0.500 14.50 21/12/2020 0.
0.130 0.055 0.055 0.055 522229 FGV-C29 0.055 -0.005 10 1.590 2.100 40.72 08/01/2018 0.300 0.105 0.250 0.245 5125WB PANTECH-WB 0.245 -0.010 270 0.655 0.500 13.74 21/12/2021 0.
0.195 0.105 0.115 0.105 522230 FGV-C30 0.110 -0.005 6368.2 1.590 1.600 20.00 28/12/2017 0.270 0.145 0.155 0.155 5022WA PAOS-WA 0.155 -0.015 20 0.540 0.500 21.30 14/12/2021 0.
0.145 0.100 0.110 0.105 522231 FGV-C31 0.105 -0.005 521 1.590 1.630 19.03 30/03/2018 0.120 0.070 0.105 0.075 129513 PBBANK-C13 0.105 Unch 200 20.660 19.800 -0.10 16/08/2017 0.
0.150 0.110 0.110 0.110 522232 FGV-C32 0.110 -0.005 120 1.590 1.650 21.07 30/01/2018 0.100 0.035 0.055 0.040 129514 PBBANK-C14 0.055 0.010 936.9 20.660 21.000 3.78 29/09/2017 0.
0.100 0.075 0.075 0.075 522234 FGV-C34 0.075 -0.005 3 1.590 1.880 32.39 30/03/2018 0.135 0.100 0.130 0.105 129515 PBBANK-C15 0.130 Unch 182 20.660 20.300 1.40 30/04/2018 0.
0.090 0.075 0.075 0.075 522237 FGV-C37 0.075 -0.005 920 1.590 1.900 30.35 30/01/2018 0.240 0.015 0.030 0.025 518310 PCHEM-C10 0.030 0.005 29.1 7.030 7.100 2.49 18/08/2017 0.
0.130 0.065 0.085 0.085 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.085 Unch 26.6 0.400 1.000 171.25 12/10/2019 0.140 0.130 0.140 0.135 518311 PCHEM-C11 0.140 0.010 60 7.030 7.150 11.66 30/01/2018 0.
0.740 0.230 0.590 0.565 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.570 Unch 3955.5 0.570 1.060 185.96 29/11/2021 0.255 0.035 0.055 0.055 5183C9 PCHEM-C9 0.055 Unch 14 7.030 7.000 2.31 29/09/2017 0.
0.130 0.075 0.095 0.095 539836 GAMUDA-C36 0.095 0.005 250 5.400 5.350 6.11 08/12/2017 0.060 0.045 0.050 0.050 518301 PCHEM-MC01 0.050 Unch 100 7.030 7.800 15.22 14/12/2017 0.
1.480 1.140 1.400 1.380 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.390 Unch 547.2 5.400 4.050 0.74 06/03/2021 0.400 0.200 0.255 0.240 9997WB PENSONI-WB 0.255 0.015 1030.8 0.690 0.600 23.91 20/01/2024 0.
0.455 0.120 0.370 0.355 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.360 Unch 7157 1.580 1.300 5.06 20/07/2018 0.485 0.135 0.380 0.370 8311WC PESONA-WC 0.370 -0.015 111.6 0.625 0.250 -0.80 27/01/2020 0.
0.330 0.100 0.175 0.165 0078CD GDEX-CD 0.165 -0.005 168.6 0.670 0.600 8.02 31/10/2017 0.130 0.095 0.095 0.095 5681CS PETDAG-CS 0.095 -0.005 30 23.80 24.10 5.25 30/03/2018 0.
0.125 0.090 0.090 0.090 0078CF GDEX-CF 0.090 Unch 15 0.670 0.650 17.16 02/02/2018 0.315 0.085 0.295 0.280 3042CC PETRONM-CC 0.280 -0.005 3347.5 9.710 6.500 1.54 29/09/2017 0.
0.572 0.117 0.470 0.455 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.460 Unch 160 0.670 0.383 25.75 05/02/2020 0.460 0.210 0.430 0.375 3042CD PETRONM-CD 0.375 -0.055 10275.5 9.710 8.500 33.88 22/02/2018 0.
0.300 0.130 0.225 0.225 471524 GENM-C24 0.225 -0.005 3.1 6.050 5.500 3.93 29/12/2017 2.600 2.200 2.450 2.440 8869WC PMETAL-WC 2.450 0.010 82.5 2.860 0.390 -0.70 22/08/2019 0.
1.950 1.240 1.760 1.730 3182WA GENTING-WA 1.750 Unch 1024.8 9.760 7.960 -0.51 18/12/2018 1.050 0.640 1.020 0.975 7088WB POHUAT-WB 1.000 0.035 2689.3 2.030 1.000 -1.48 21/10/2020 0.
0.230 0.070 0.110 0.105 1147WA GOB-WA 0.105 -0.010 433.7 0.360 0.800 151.39 24/12/2019 0.135 0.105 0.135 0.125 463411 POS-C11 0.135 0.010 92 5.370 5.300 10.01 30/04/2018 0.
0.085 0.025 0.055 0.055 0074WA GOCEAN-WA 0.055 Unch 403.2 0.170 0.340 132.35 07/08/2019 0.455 0.110 0.350 0.335 4634C3 POS-C3 0.350 0.015 110 5.370 4.000 0.56 30/08/2017 0.
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China Stocks end higher on hopes for Still, most economists expect higher People are quite comfortable with the Carmakers had conservative earnings
025 strong July data funding costs resulting from the crackdown broader picture right now ... they are are outlooks in the beginning of this fiscal year,
018 will filter through into the broader economy betting on the resources sector because of so the fact that Toyota raised its forecast
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SHANGHAI: China stocks ended higher eventually, dragging down on growth. confidence in the macroeconomy, and also is boosting sentiment, said Hikaru Sato, a
020 across the board yesterday, shaking off early The tech-heavy start-up board index the action on reducing [excess] capacity, senior technical analyst at Daiwa Securities.
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losses, as investors bet upcoming data will ChiNext reflected strength in technology said Alex Wong, Hong Kong-based director The market has been happy with
020 continue to show strong economic growth. shares, gaining 0.7% for the day. of Ample Finance Group. quarterly Japanese corporate earnings
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The blue-chip CSI 300 Index rose 0.52% Healthcare shares were also strong, Citic Securities and Chalco are dual- so far, and positive sentiment will likely
021 to 3,726.88 points, while the Shanghai rising 0.6%. Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine listed in Hong Kong and Shanghai. last this week.
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Composite Index gained 0.53% to 3,279.46. Co, the largest constituent of the CSI 300 The US dollar, which briefly sank below
017 Analysts had attributed early losses to Health Care Index, rose 1.2%. Japan Nikkei rises on boost from 110 to a seven-week low previous week,
020 investors taking a wait-and-see approach to Hong Kong stocks posted modest gains Toyota, yen slide; Topix hits two-year finally pulled ahead after stronger-than-
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020 Chinese data scheduled to start rolling out yesterday, buoyed by strength in technology high expected jobs growth in July.
017 this week, starting with foreign exchange firms as well as Chinese resource and Last Friday, the closely watched US
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019 reserves data due late yesterday. But rising financial shares. TOKYO: Japans Nikkei Share Average rose jobs data showed US non-farm payrolls
017 optimism that growth will remain buoyant The Hang Seng index ended up 0.46% at yesterday, led by sharp gains for Toyota rose by a better-than-expected 209,000
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sparked buying in the afternoon. 27,690.36 points, while the China Enterprises Motor Corp after it raised its earnings jobs last month, and Junes employment
018 Expectations at the moment are relatively Index gained 0.47% to 11,054.41. outlook, while a weaker yen following gain was revised higher.
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high, said Cao Xuefeng, head of research Information technology firms were strong US jobs data underpinned overall In Asian trade, the US dollar was up
018 at Huaxi Securities in Chengdu. Second the top performers, with the sector index sentiment. 0.1% at 110.785 after rising as high as
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quarter (2Q) data were much better than what advancing 2.9%. Social media and gaming Toyota surged 2% after the worlds No 111.05 last Friday.
018 the market had expected, so there are now giant Tencent Holdings Ltd rose 3% to 2 automaker raised its full-year outlook Another big mover was Toshiba Corp,
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positive expectations for last weeks data. close at a record high of HK$320.60. last Friday thanks to favourable exchange which soared more than 5.9% after the
018 China will post trade data today and Expectations that China will report rates. Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun newspaper
018 inflation tomorrow. Bank lending numbers strong July economic data in coming weeks Another winner was construction reported yesterday that Toshibas auditors
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024 output, retail sales and investment readings Chinese financials as well as resources a near 21-year high after the company year ended March.
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020 will be released next Monday. and building materials firms. reported a 65.6% jump in its April to June Toshibas auditor, Pricewaterhouse
020 Analysts expect the data to show China Citic Securities was among the big net profit. Coopers Aarata, is expected to issue a
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carried solid momentum into the 3Q after winners, rising 1.5%, while the broader The Nikkei ended 0.52% higher to so-called unqualified opinion approving
020 a strong first half. That scenario would mainland financials index ended up 0.5%. 20,055.89. The broader Topix gained 0.5% to the firms accounts or a qualified opinion
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likely encourage authorities to maintain a Among resource stocks, shares in 1,639.27, the highest closing level since August indicating some minor problems with
018 tighter policy stance and continue with their Aluminum Corp of China (Chalco) surged 2015, though overall trade was thin, with only the books, to meet Thursdays deadline
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clampdown on riskier types of financing 6.3%, taking its gains in the last three 1.5 billion shares changing hands on the main imposed by the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
018 which has periodically rattled stock markets. months to more than 50%. board, the lowest level in two weeks. Reuters
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Shanghai Composite Hang Seng Nikkei 225 ASX 200
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018 4825 25625 21,056.93 17625
017 5150
017 3,279.46
017 3850 +17.38 22350 14450
(+0.53%) 20,055.89
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10,172.06 +103.56 5,773.558
018 (+0.52%) 4300 +52.975
020 2875 19075 27,690.36 11275 (+0.93%)
017 +127.68
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YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY
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018 Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives HIGH
1.160
LOW
0.300
HIGH
0.350
LOW
0.340 7200WA TEKSENG-WA
(RM)
0.350
(RM)
0.010
(000)
250.6
PRICE PRICE
0.555 0.250
(%)
8.11
DATE
29/01/2020
020
0.195 0.085 0.110 0.100 534735 TENAGA-C35 0.100 -0.005 437.1 14.180 13.800 1.55 30/11/2017
019 Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.490 0.250 0.270 0.250 7252WA TEOSENG-WA 0.260 0.010 44.4 0.885 1.350 81.92 29/01/2020
021
017 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.160 0.040 0.150 0.130 0145WA TFP-WA 0.135 -0.010 2397.1 0.205 0.100 14.63 15/02/2019
017 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 3.560 2.620 2.680 2.680 7034WA TGUAN-WA 2.680 -0.050 5 4.200 1.500 -0.48 09/10/2019
020 0.105 0.060 0.060 0.060 7889WB THRIVEN-WB 0.060 -0.005 37.5 0.235 0.640 197.87 05/10/2020
0.285 0.130 0.170 0.150 4634C8 POS-C8 0.165 0.010 150 5.370 5.100 7.26 31/10/2017
017 0.025 0.005 0.010 0.010 7079WB TIGER-WB 0.010 Unch 1000.6 0.060 0.170 200.00 23/12/2018
0.370 0.140 0.230 0.225 4634C9 POS-C9 0.230 0.020 130 5.370 4.900 10.52 16/10/2017
020 0.040 0.010 0.025 0.020 7079WC TIGER-WC 0.020 Unch 199.2 0.060 0.080 66.67 11/02/2021
0.710 0.198 0.635 0.630 7168WA PRG-WA 0.630 -0.005 71 1.030 0.375 -2.43 06/07/2019
018 0.315 0.125 0.170 0.160 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.160 -0.005 1459.6 0.760 0.750 19.74 21/06/2019
0.710 0.425 0.455 0.455 8966WA PRLEXUS-WA 0.455 -0.010 10 1.260 1.200 31.35 14/06/2021
021 0.810 0.510 0.695 0.685 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.695 0.020 85.5 1.690 1.000 0.30 26/12/2018
0.145 0.040 0.085 0.085 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.085 Unch 576 0.145 0.100 27.59 16/11/2019
021 0.485 0.109 0.460 0.435 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.455 0.020 431.1 1.020 0.930 35.78 21/06/2021
0.140 0.020 0.060 0.055 0007WA PUC-WA 0.060 Unch 2725.6 0.110 0.100 45.45 25/12/2024
017 0.185 0.050 0.110 0.095 711316 TOPGLOV-C16 0.095 -0.020 200 5.660 5.400 2.12 30/08/2017
0.145 0.015 0.055 0.045 0007WB PUC-WB 0.050 -0.005 5393 0.110 0.100 36.36 15/02/2019
018 0.200 0.035 0.160 0.160 711317 TOPGLOV-C17 0.160 Unch 80 5.660 5.200 4.59 29/12/2017
0.750 0.215 0.660 0.630 7134WA PWF-WA 0.630 -0.015 286.1 1.080 0.620 15.74 20/07/2021
018 0.200 0.040 0.050 0.045 7173WA TOYOINK-WA 0.050 Unch 242.8 0.730 1.500 112.33 20/04/2018
0.170 0.020 0.100 0.095 5256WA REACH-WA 0.095 Unch 3148.3 0.405 0.750 108.64 12/08/2022
018 0.365 0.200 0.210 0.200 7176WA TPC-WA 0.200 -0.015 62 0.405 0.200 -1.23 19/01/2021
0.110 0.035 0.035 0.035 1066C2 RHBBANK-C2 0.035 Unch 18 5.000 5.600 14.10 28/02/2018
020 0.425 0.110 0.290 0.280 5042WB TSRCAP-WB 0.280 -0.035 53 0.670 0.700 46.27 28/12/2020
0.090 0.060 0.065 0.060 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.060 Unch 530 0.455 0.500 23.08 01/12/2023
017 0.175 0.015 0.015 0.015 5230CN TUNEPRO-CN 0.015 Unch 250 1.050 1.500 45.00 30/11/2017
0.040 0.015 0.015 0.015 0133WC SANICHI-WC 0.015 Unch 52.5 0.060 0.210 275.00 24/09/2019
018 0.150 0.045 0.055 0.055 514841 UEMS-C41 0.055 0.005 296.3 1.170 1.140 6.84 31/10/2017
0.050 0.020 0.025 0.025 0133WD SANICHI-WD 0.025 Unch 310 0.060 0.100 108.33 21/07/2019
017 0.085 0.005 0.010 0.005 514842 UEMS-C42 0.010 Unch 994.2 1.170 1.400 21.37 29/09/2017
0.215 0.065 0.215 0.195 5157WA SAUDEE-WA 0.195 -0.005 2130.1 0.455 0.500 52.75 31/03/2021
018 0.100 0.020 0.030 0.030 514845 UEMS-C45 0.030 Unch 120 1.170 1.200 9.49 31/10/2017
0.025 0.005 0.010 0.010 0109WB SCBUILD-WB 0.010 -0.005 239.8 0.030 0.050 100.00 06/11/2019
017 0.060 0.060 0.060 0.060 514846 UEMS-C46 0.060 Unch 50 1.170 1.300 17.52 30/03/2018
0.185 0.055 0.100 0.095 0161WA SCH-WA 0.095 Unch 598 0.190 0.100 2.63 04/12/2021
018 0.150 0.105 0.120 0.120 514847 UEMS-C47 0.120 0.005 84.2 1.170 1.000 5.98 30/01/2018
0.190 0.055 0.125 0.125 0028WA SCOPE-WA 0.125 -0.005 49.9 0.235 0.150 17.02 17/07/2020
017 0.195 0.070 0.090 0.085 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.090 Unch 64.8 1.070 1.500 48.60 18/09/2018
0.785 0.160 0.615 0.580 7073WB SEACERA-WB 0.615 0.035 649.4 1.370 1.000 17.88 29/05/2019
017 0.305 0.085 0.305 0.290 5005CU UNISEM-CU 0.295 0.015 386 4.030 2.700 3.60 16/10/2017
0.170 0.010 0.035 0.035 5250CF SEM-CF 0.035 -0.010 424.6 1.410 1.550 14.89 28/11/2017
019 0.395 0.195 0.395 0.370 5005CV UNISEM-CV 0.380 0.040 190 4.030 3.100 5.21 30/11/2017
0.270 0.035 0.040 0.035 521838 SENERGYC38 0.040 -0.005 348 1.480 1.650 16.89 30/11/2017
022 0.210 0.085 0.210 0.165 5005CW UNISEM-CW 0.165 -0.015 398.9 4.030 3.450 4.03 31/10/2017
0.100 0.025 0.025 0.025 521845 SENERGYC45 0.025 Unch 100 1.480 2.000 38.51 28/02/2018
024 0.200 0.115 0.200 0.160 5005CX UNISEM-CX 0.170 -0.010 386.2 4.030 3.450 4.59 30/11/2017
0.110 0.070 0.070 0.070 521846 SENERGYC46 0.070 -0.010 50 1.480 1.700 25.74 30/01/2018
020 0.230 0.135 0.230 0.175 5005CY UNISEM-CY 0.195 -0.005 189 4.030 4.000 13.77 08/01/2018
0.170 0.120 0.130 0.130 5279CA SERBADK-CA 0.130 0.005 378.3 1.920 2.000 21.09 02/02/2018
021 0.164 0.025 0.055 0.050 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.050 Unch 9681.3 0.140 0.200 78.57 07/09/2018
0.205 0.055 0.190 0.185 7165WA SGB-WA 0.185 0.010 141.9 0.660 0.600 18.94 07/04/2021
018 0.180 0.050 0.080 0.075 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.080 Unch 507.8 0.140 0.100 28.57 22/01/2020
0.190 0.120 0.175 0.165 7155CE SKPRES-CE 0.170 0.015 120 1.400 1.200 3.93 25/01/2018
018 0.175 0.055 0.080 0.075 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.080 Unch 706.7 0.140 0.100 28.57 08/07/2020
0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 7155CF SKPRES-CF 0.110 Unch 20 1.400 1.400 15.71 08/01/2018
020 0.055 0.020 0.025 0.025 7070WB VIZIONE-WB 0.025 -0.005 5 0.115 0.160 60.87 20/06/2018
0.245 0.110 0.120 0.120 9776WB SMCAP-WB 0.120 0.010 20 0.615 1.000 82.11 13/07/2018
017 0.095 0.030 0.070 0.070 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.070 Unch 50 0.115 0.100 47.83 05/02/2022
0.405 0.135 0.260 0.205 5213WA SNTORIA-WA 0.260 0.045 45.3 0.815 0.600 5.52 15/04/2019
017 0.650 0.200 0.620 0.580 7240WA VOIR-WA 0.580 -0.065 229.2 0.985 0.500 9.64 31/03/2024
0.845 0.650 0.715 0.715 5242WA SOLID-WA 0.715 -0.060 2 1.240 0.500 -2.02 16/12/2020
018 0.235 0.155 0.220 0.215 6963CM VS-CM 0.220 Unch 450 2.180 1.800 2.75 30/11/2017
0.285 0.130 0.215 0.215 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.215 -0.005 289.8 0.315 0.200 31.75 04/07/2021
018 0.180 0.115 0.160 0.160 6963CN VS-CN 0.160 0.005 95 2.180 2.000 6.42 08/12/2017
0.210 0.050 0.055 0.055 8664CV SPSETIA-CV 0.055 Unch 10 3.330 3.400 8.71 31/10/2017
020 0.055 0.010 0.015 0.015 0066WA VSOLAR-WA 0.015 Unch 870.1 0.100 0.120 35.00 01/12/2017
0.400 0.080 0.120 0.095 8664CW SPSETIA-CW 0.105 0.010 251.8 3.330 3.400 6.83 29/12/2017
021 0.690 0.240 0.625 0.610 6963WA VS-WA 0.610 -0.010 3245 2.180 1.650 3.67 06/01/2019
0.200 0.020 0.030 0.030 8664CY SPSETIA-CY 0.030 0.005 50 3.330 3.900 18.92 08/12/2017
021 0.135 0.040 0.040 0.040 3565CA WCEHB-CA 0.040 Unch 750 1.380 1.650 25.36 30/11/2017
0.140 0.035 0.080 0.075 0129WA SRIDGE-WA 0.075 Unch 1209.7 0.200 0.180 27.50 24/02/2023
017 0.215 0.035 0.040 0.035 9679C1 WCT-C1 0.040 Unch 945 1.870 2.250 25.03 30/11/2017
0.125 0.020 0.065 0.055 0140WA STERPRO-WA 0.055 Unch 243.5 0.160 0.480 234.38 17/02/2021
017 0.170 0.030 0.035 0.030 9679C2 WCT-C2 0.030 -0.010 143 1.870 2.300 26.20 08/12/2017
0.065 0.015 0.025 0.025 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.025 Unch 39.2 0.050 0.320 590.00 03/03/2021
018 0.340 0.050 0.060 0.060 9679CZ WCT-CZ 0.060 Unch 99.3 1.870 2.000 11.76 31/10/2017
0.060 0.015 0.020 0.015 1201WB SUMATEC-WB 0.015 -0.005 974.9 0.050 0.175 280.00 13/11/2018
017 0.665 0.170 0.215 0.210 9679WD WCT-WD 0.210 -0.005 1254.3 1.870 1.710 2.67 11/12/2017
0.500 0.110 0.500 0.500 5263CH SUNCON-CH 0.500 0.040 8 2.180 1.700 0.92 30/08/2017
018 0.570 0.175 0.320 0.315 9679WE WCT-WE 0.320 0.005 858.4 1.870 2.080 28.34 27/08/2020
0.160 0.110 0.160 0.160 5263CJ SUNCON-CJ 0.160 0.015 62.5 2.180 1.840 2.75 31/10/2017
017 0.930 0.490 0.680 0.680 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.680 Unch 11.9 1.090 0.500 8.26 28/10/2024
0.125 0.100 0.125 0.125 5263CK SUNCON-CK 0.125 0.010 90 2.180 2.200 12.39 08/01/2018
017 0.220 0.020 0.145 0.140 5156WC XDL-WC 0.145 Unch 4.3 0.255 0.160 19.61 02/07/2018
0.505 0.145 0.420 0.400 3743WA SUNSURIA-WA 0.400 -0.005 202.3 1.450 1.500 31.03 22/07/2020
024 0.110 0.035 0.060 0.055 0165WA XOX-WA 0.055 Unch 610 0.105 0.200 142.86 10/02/2019
0.325 0.100 0.265 0.265 0148WA SUNZEN-WA 0.265 -0.025 11.4 0.365 0.100 0.00 14/04/2019
020 0.185 0.050 0.065 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.065 Unch 130 0.210 0.500 169.05 28/05/2020
0.235 0.060 0.180 0.175 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.175 Unch 546.5 0.365 0.250 16.44 25/02/2021
018 1.100 0.635 0.955 0.920 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.930 0.010 713.4 1.370 0.500 4.38 24/06/2020
0.155 0.050 0.055 0.050 710627 SUPERMX-C27 0.055 0.005 380 1.890 2.000 11.64 02/02/2018
017 0.075 0.035 0.035 0.035 467711 YTL-C11 0.035 Unch 499 1.420 1.600 17.61 30/01/2018
0.085 0.070 0.070 0.070 710629 SUPERMX-C29 0.070 -0.005 530 1.890 1.900 12.01 30/01/2018
018 0.100 0.030 0.040 0.035 4677C8 YTL-C8 0.040 Unch 63.1 1.420 1.500 8.45 29/12/2017
0.220 0.130 0.140 0.140 7082WB SYF-WB 0.140 Unch 118.8 0.485 0.700 73.20 11/11/2019
019 0.090 0.045 0.050 0.050 4677C9 YTL-C9 0.050 0.005 50 1.420 1.400 5.63 07/12/2017
0.365 0.125 0.235 0.225 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.235 0.005 26.5 0.905 1.100 47.51 11/11/2020
020 0.115 0.045 0.060 0.060 6742C1 YTLPOWR-C1 0.060 Unch 50 1.430 1.400 2.10 28/02/2018
0.165 0.040 0.070 0.065 5158CD TAGB-CD 0.065 0.005 1957 0.340 0.300 7.35 31/10/2017
018 0.450 0.320 0.335 0.330 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.330 Unch 157 1.430 1.140 2.80 11/06/2018
0.330 0.170 0.190 0.190 8524WB TALIWRK-WB 0.190 Unch 10 1.470 1.700 28.57 11/11/2018
017 0.125 0.040 0.055 0.050 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.050 Unch 1326 0.130 0.250 130.77 25/01/2019
0.130 0.060 0.075 0.075 0132WA TDEX-WA 0.075 -0.005 449.7 0.140 0.110 32.14 21/09/2018
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30 Markets T U ESDAY AU G U ST 8, 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Insider moves (Filings on Aug 4, 2017) Trading themes


Insider Moves show what substantial shareholders are doing with their stakes, which could be a signal of their views on the companys outlook. Background checks for gun sales fall
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE Background checks related to firearm purchases suffered their deepest decline in over
APFT 20,000,000 GOH BOON SOO @ GOH YANG ENG 29,027,000 2/8 three years in July, suggesting a deep slump in sales despite price discounts aimed at
APFT (3,000,000) GOH BOON SOO @ GOH YANG ENG 3/8
ASIA FILE CORPORATION (15,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 43,883,000 2/8 improving customer demand following US President Donald Trumps election.
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
ASTRO MALAYSIA 725,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 320,766,300 1/8
AXIATA GROUP 1,796,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,455,262,590 28/7
AXIATA GROUP 2,470,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,457,732,590 27 & 31/7
AXIS REAL ESTATE 223,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 139,787,264 1/8
INVESTMENT TRUST
BIMB (100,000)EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 204,335,401 1/8
BOUSTEAD 409,700LEMBAGA TABUNG ANGKATAN TENTERA 1,224,792,518 28 & 31/7
BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO (M) (321,200)EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 15,152,802 1/8
BUMI ARMADA 1,000,000EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 332,282,780 1/8
CAHYA MATA SARAWAK (290,000)EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 128,870,427 31/7
CIMB GROUP 2,124,498KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 510,766,225 26 & 27/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
CIMB GROUP (12,790,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,156,429,623 26 & 27/7
CYPARK RESOURCES 472,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 24,798,600 26 - 28
31/7 & 1/8
DIGI.COM 1,870,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,057,082,294 31/7 & 1/8
EASTERN & ORIENTAL 1,000,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 91,341,629 1 & 2/8
EWEIN 50,100 HIJAUWASA 103,089,478 3/8
FRASER & NEAVE (21,800) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 33,220,500 2/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
FRASER & NEAVE 200,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 43,256,630 1/8
GAMUDA 143,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 282,173,105 1/8
GENTING PLANTATIONS (415,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 135,610,700 1/8
HAP SENG PLANTATIONS 96,200 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 55,610,300 1 & 2/8
IGB REAL ESTATE 312,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 230,426,213 1/8
INVESTMENT TRUST
IJM CORPORATION 2,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 535,955,958 1/8
IOI CORPORATION (198,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 587,455,873 1/8
KENANGA INVESTMENT BANK (88,000) DEUTSCHE BANK AG 57,347,601 2/8 Daily Chinas Dalian Commodity Exchange iron ore and Chinese port stocks
KSL 257,600 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 61,672,073 1 & 2/8
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG (4,700) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 164,543,788 1/8
KUMPULAN POWERNET (1,196,000) WOO WAI MUN 12,248,408 2 & 3/8
LINGKARAN TRANS KOTA 570,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 45,902,800 2/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
MALAYSIA AIRPORTS 3,637,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 168,531,992 1/8
MAXIS (7,356,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 799,044,821 1/8
MEDIA PRIMA 277,000 MORGAN STANLEY & CO. LLC. US 74,920,000 2/8
MSM MALAYSIA 8,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 47,573,400 1/8
NAIM INDAH CORPORATION (150,000) QUANTUM DISCOVERY 61,915,976 2/8
NESTLE (MALAYSIA) 20,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 19,174,000 1/8
PAVILION REAL ESTATE (50,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 152,835,403 1/8
INVESTMENT TRUST
POS MALAYSIA (175,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 65,261,736 31/7
PPB GROUP 271,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 112,144,425 1/8
PROTASCO 100,000 DATO SRI CHONG KET PEN 103,342,789 3/8
PUBLIC BANK 1,281,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 473,670,200 1/8
S P SETIA 153,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 193,471,383 1/8
SIME DARBY 3,083,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 691,841,731 1/8
SKP RESOURCES 668,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 66,590,500 1/8
SUNWAY (600,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 110,233,091 1/8
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE 839,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 390,226,000 1/8
INVESTMENT TRUST
T7 GLOBAL (1,510,100) LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 26,447,300 2/8
TELEKOM MALAYSIA 1,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 450,000,000 2/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
TELEKOM MALAYSIA (1,966,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 667,560,074 1/8
TENAGA NASIONAL 4,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 354,968,600 1 & 2/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
TENAGA NASIONAL (1,298,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 737,808,242 31/7 & 1/8
TH PLANTATIONS (58,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 59,907,040 26 & 27/7
TIGER SYNERGY (1,465,000) DATO TAN WEI LIAN 343,981,400 3/8
TOP GLOVE CORPORATION (916,318) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 104,642,428 31/7 & 1/8
UNITED PLANTATIONS (155,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 30,203,748 1/8
Stocks closest to year high Stocks closest to year low
VOIR (2,000,000) WONG KWAI WAH 1,100,000 4/8 STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME
WCT 268,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 112,307,629 1/8 (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000) (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000)
YINSON (184,300) LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 55,494,000 1/8 STRAITS 0.205 0.195 0.200 4031.8 ANNJOO-CE 0.110 0.110 0.110 100
YINSON 177,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 121,770,500 1/8 JHM 3.280 3.100 3.180 2015.3 MISC-C10 0.040 0.035 0.040 100
While every eort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an ocial record of shareholder GCB 1.670 1.630 1.640 1813.2 SUPERMX-C29 0.070 0.070 0.070 530
lings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the ocial lings led with
POHUAT 2.060 2.000 2.030 1890.3 MHB 0.700 0.680 0.695 361.5
Bursa Malaysia. Note: * denotes Ace Market
TAWIN 1.330 1.260 1.320 3314.3 AIRASIA-HC 0.035 0.035 0.035 96.7
YSPSAH 3.190 3.130 3.130 815.4 HSI-H2I 0.225 0.210 0.215 685.5
PETRONM 9.900 9.700 9.710 388.7 SALCON 0.485 0.450 0.450 8189.2
Local events to watch out for today TRC 0.805 0.750 0.750 6216.5 HSI-H2L 0.390 0.370 0.380 972
PLB 2.210 1.970 2.210 540.7 MBSB-CY 0.035 0.030 0.035 3167.9
AEON-CK 0.140 0.140 0.140 500 HSI-H2Q 0.780 0.780 0.780 30
National Chamber of Commerce and Kuala Lumpur from 8am to 6pm. VOIR 1.080 0.965 0.985 1308.5 KAREX-CZ 0.020 0.015 0.020 430.1
Industry of Malaysia (NCCIM) organises Adobe Experience Forum at Le Meridien UNISEM 4.250 3.940 4.030 1335.7 PUNCAK 0.840 0.830 0.830 811.4
NCCIM Economic Forum 2017 at Kuala Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Stesen Sentral 5, This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
Lumpur Convention Centre, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur from 9am to 6pm. could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that
prot-taking activities could set in later.
could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


NZ EURO US SWISS BRIT CANADA BRUNEI SPORE AUST MSIA CHINA BANGLH DENMK UAE INA INDIA JAPAN NORWAY PHIL QATAR SAUDI SWEDEN THAI HK

NZ $ 0.624 0.736 0.716 0.564 0.934 1.003 1.003 0.931 3.1546 4.946 59.389 4.641 2.704 9,806 46.966 81.607 5.851 37.140 2.680 2.761 5.998 24.515 5.759
EURO 1.603 1.180 1.148 0.904 1.496 1.608 1.608 1.492 5.0563 7.927 95.190 7.439 4.334 15,718 75.278 130.802 9.377 59.529 4.295 4.425 9.615 39.294 9.231
US $ 1.358 0.847 0.972 0.766 1.268 1.363 1.363 1.264 4.2850 6.718 80.670 6.304 3.673 13,320 63.795 110.850 7.947 50.448 3.640 3.750 8.148 33.300 7.823
SWISS FR 1.397 0.871 1.028 0.788 1.304 1.401 1.402 1.300 4.4062 6.908 82.952 6.482 3.777 13,697 65.600 113.985 8.172 51.875 3.743 3.856 8.378 34.242 8.044
STERLING 1.773 1.106 1.305 1.269 1.655 1.778 1.779 1.650 5.5919 8.767 105.274 8.227 4.793 17,383 83.252 144.658 10.371 65.834 4.750 4.894 10.633 43.456 10.209
CANADA $ 1.071 0.668 0.789 0.767 0.604 1.075 1.075 0.997 3.3791 5.298 63.615 4.971 2.896 10,504 50.308 87.415 6.267 39.783 2.870 2.957 6.425 26.260 6.169
BRUNEI $ 0.997 0.622 0.734 0.714 0.562 0.931 1.000 0.928 3.1445 4.930 59.199 4.626 2.695 9,775 46.815 81.346 5.832 37.021 2.671 2.752 5.979 24.437 5.741
SINGAPORE $ 0.997 0.622 0.734 0.713 0.562 0.930 1.000 0.927 3.1436 4.929 59.182 4.625 2.695 9,772 46.802 81.322 5.830 37.010 2.670 2.751 5.978 24.430 5.739
AUSTRALIA $ 1.074 0.670 0.791 0.769 0.606 1.003 1.078 1.078 3.3894 5.314 63.809 4.986 2.905 10,536 50.462 87.681 6.286 39.904 2.879 2.966 6.445 26.340 6.188
MALAYSIA RM 0.317 0.198 0.233 0.227 0.179 0.296 0.318 0.318 0.295 1.0000 1.568 18.826 1.471 0.857 3,109 14.888 25.869 1.855 11.773 0.849 0.875 1.902 7.771 1.826
100 CHINESE RMB 20.219 12.614 14.885 14.476 11.406 18.875 20.284 20.289 18.818 63.7820 1,201 93.833 54.671 198,272 949.589 1,650 118.290 750.915 54.181 55.820 121.282 495.668 116.445
100 BANGLADH TAKA 1.684 1.051 1.240 1.206 0.950 1.572 1.689 1.690 1.567 5.3118 8.328 7.814 4.553 16,512 79.082 137.411 9.851 62.536 4.512 4.649 10.100 41.279 9.698
100 DANISH KRONER 21.548 13.443 15.863 15.427 12.156 20.116 21.617 21.623 20.055 67.9740 106.57 1,280 58.264 211,303 1,012.00 1,758 126.06 800.27 57.74 59.49 129.25 528.24 124.10
100 UAE DIRHAM 36.983 23.073 27.226 26.478 20.863 34.526 37.101 37.112 34.421 116.6653 182.91 2,196 171.63 362,664 1,737 3,018 216.37 1,374 99.10 102.10 221.84 906.64 212.99
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.008 0.007 0.006 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0322 0.050 0.606 0.047 0.028 0.479 0.832 0.060 0.379 0.027 0.028 0.061 0.250 0.059
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.129 1.328 1.568 1.524 1.201 1.988 2.136 2.137 1.982 6.7168 10.531 126.451 9.881 5.757 20,880 173.758 12.457 79.078 5.706 5.878 12.772 52.198 12.263
100 JAPAN YEN 1.225 0.765 0.902 0.877 0.691 1.144 1.229 1.230 1.140 3.8656 6.061 72.774 5.687 3.313 12,017 57.551 7.169 45.510 3.284 3.383 7.350 30.041 7.057
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 17.092 10.664 12.583 12.237 9.643 15.957 17.147 17.152 15.908 53.9200 84.538 1,015 79.324 46.218 167,615 802.763 1,395 634.809 45.804 47.189 102.529 419.027 98.440
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.693 1.680 1.982 1.928 1.519 2.514 2.701 2.702 2.506 8.4939 13.317 159.907 12.496 7.281 26,404 126.458 219.730 15.753 7.215 7.434 16.151 66.008 15.507
100 QATAR RIYAL 37.317 23.282 27.473 26.717 21.052 34.838 37.437 37.447 34.732 117.7198 184.566 2,216 173.184 100.904 365,942 1,753 3,045 218.323 1,386 103.025 223.844 914.833 214.918
100 SAUDI RIYAL 36.221 22.598 26.666 25.932 20.434 33.815 36.338 36.348 33.712 114.2636 179.147 2,151 168.099 97.941 355,198 1,701 2,956 211.913 1,345 97.064 217.272 887.974 208.608
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.671 10.401 12.273 11.935 9.405 15.563 16.724 16.729 15.516 52.5900 82.453 990.065 77.368 45.078 163,480 782.962 1,360 97.533 619.150 44.674 46.025 408.691 96.012
100 THAI BAHT 4.079 2.545 3.003 2.920 2.301 3.808 4.092 4.093 3.797 12.8679 20.175 242.252 18.931 11.030 40,001 191.578 332.882 23.865 151.496 10.931 11.262 24.468 23.493
100 HK$ 17.363 10.833 12.783 12.431 9.795 16.210 17.419 17.424 16.161 54.7744 85.878 1,031.188 80.581 46.950 170,271 815.484 1,417 101.585 644.867 46.529 47.937 104.154 425.667
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.
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FUTURES . MONEY MARKET . COMMODITIES

Index futures Money market


Long Rolls - KLCI futures US Dollar Klibor
FKLI
Index points Open Interest Index points USD Index Implied interest rate (%)
105.0
1980 90000 18.00 -0.50 93.418 4.5
1,781.00 (-0.50) (-0.124) 3.49
(+6.00) (Unch)
1785 4.75 96.5
68000
3.5

1590 46000 -8.50 88.0

2.5
1395 24000 -21.75 79.5

1200 2000 -35.00 71.0 1.5


Jan 4, 2010 Aug 7, 2017 Jan 4, 2010 Aug 7, 2017 Oct 2, 2006 Aug 7, 2017 Oct 1, 2000 Aug 7, 2017

FBM KLCI futures close firmer FBM KLCI futures US dollar slips after last Klibor
on persistent buying interest INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
Fridays gains; data eyed MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracton Bursa FBMKLCI 1,777.91 3.38 66.9M The US dollar edged lower yesterday, giving AUG7 96.54
SEP7 96.53
Malaysia Derivatives closed firmer yesterday AUG 17 1,781.00 6.00 3,371 29,590 112 back some of its gains from last Friday as OCT7 96.51
SEP 17 1,781.00 6.50 62 503 2
on persistent buying interest. investors consolidated bets before inflation DEC7 96.48
DEC 17 1,781.00 6.50 17 233 1
August 2017 rose six points to 1,781; MAR 18 1,778.00 5.50 2 9 3
data last week that may signal a turnaround MAR8 96.48
both September 2017 and December 2017 TOTAL 3,452 30,335 118 in the currencys weakness this year. JUN8 96.48
SEP8 96.48
increased 6.5 points each to 1,781; while Last Fridays strong employment data DEC8 96.48
March 2018 gained 5.5 points to 1,778. FUTURES ROLL OVER BID OFFER CLOSE helped the US dollar snap out of its funk MAR9 96.48
Turnover improved to 3,452 lots from AUG/SEP -0.5 -1.0 -0.5
which has seen it fall more than 8.5% so far JUN9 96.48
2,499 lots last Friday, while open interest FUTURES FAIR VALUE this year. SEP9 96.48
DEC9 96.48
widened to 30,335 contracts from 29,122 CONTRACT DAYS TO EXPIRY KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE Last Fridays strong US jobs data has MAR0 96.48
AUG 17 24 3.56 1.86 1.70
contracts. SEP 17 54 8.19 9.42 -1.23
given the US dollar bears something to think JUN0 96.48
The underlying benchmark FBMKLC ROLLS FAIR -2.92
about but we would have to see whether this SEP0 96.48
rose 3.38 points to 1,777.91. trend can be sustained before we see large DEC0 96.48
MAR1 96.48
Philippine shares rose for a third straight short US dollar position unwinding, said
JUN1 96.48
session yesterday and outperformed other Kathleen Brooks, research director at City SEP1 96.48
Southeast Asian markets, while Indonesian Index in London. DEC1 96.48
stocks reversed early gains to close lower Vietnam shares rose as much as 0.9% to The US dollar index against a basket of six MAR2 96.48
following disappointing gross domestic their highest since February 2008, on the back of major currencies was 0.1% lower at 93.418 JUN2 96.48
TOTAL 0 0
product data. gains in energy and material stocks. Agencies having climbed 0.75% last Friday. Reuters

Commodities 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 vs Soyoil Crude Oil Gold


CPO RM/tonne Open Interest CPO RM/tonne Soyoil US$/Ibs US$/bbl US$/troy oz
4200 200000 6400 0.700 155.00 1980

3450 152500 5075 0.3356 0.525 121.25 1660


(RM3,168/tonne) 1,257.80
(-2.40)
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50 1340
48.91
(-0.67)
1950 53.75 1020
2,573 57500 2425 0.175
(-35) 2,573
1200 10000 (-35) 20.00 700
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Aug 7, 2017 Apr 10, 2007 Aug 7, 2017 Aug 31, 2008 Aug 7, 2017
Jan 6, 2008 Aug 7, 2017

Palm oil falls to 2-week low CPO futures Oil slides from 9-week highs Commodities
AGRICULTURE
on rising output forecasts CONTRACT
AUG-17
LAST
2,585
CHANGE
-5
VOLUME
138
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
2,623 -370
as market looks to Opec CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,573 -35
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 635.50 14.00
SEP-17 2,574 -27 3,205 22,145 -1,927
Malaysian palm oil futures dipped yesterday OCT-17 2,573 -35 22,739 62,781 -1,644 Oil prices edged lower yesterday, sliding away CORN USC/BSH CBOT 370.25 3.75
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 949.25 0.00
evening, hitting a two-week low, on NOV-17 2,581 -35 7,651 43,012 1,773 from nine-week highs, as worries lingered
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 458.25 3.50
expectations that official production data DEC-17 2,591 -43 5,234 18,631 618 over high production from Opec and the US. LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 114.10 -0.73
due later this week will show rising output CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL Global benchmark Brent crude futures COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,055 34
in July. INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER FUTURES BASIS (USD) were down 69 US cents or 1.14% at US$51.73 COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 143.75 0.05
AUG/SEP 11 CURRENT -74.29
The benchmark palm oil contract AUG/OCT 12 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -96.51
a barrel. They traded as low as US$51.56 a SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 14.92 0.04
for October delivery on Bursa Malaysia AUG/NOV 4 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -90.50 barrel earlier in the day. COTTON USC/IBS NYC 70.41 0.36

Derivatives fell 1.3% or RM35 to RM2,573 SEP/OCT 1 US crude futures were down 67 US cents METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 20,600 -50
at the close of trade. SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) or 1.11% at US$48.91 per barrel, but up from COPPER USC/IBS CMX 2.8955 0.0030
It earlier dropped to an intraday low of SHIPMENT DAYS MAY17 JUN17 JUL17 the days low of US$48.78 a barrel. GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,257.80 -2.40
RM2,572, its lowest since July 25. 1 - 10TH DAYS 359/347 367/367 381/360 Both contracts stood more than US$1 PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 967.60 -1.40
The market was down as it was expecting 1 - 15TH DAYS 613/618 524/509 616/599
below the levels hit previous week, which PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 861.75 -7.35
higher production data for July, said a futures 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
853/847
1,007/1,007
710/721 818/797
996/986 1,044/1,017
marked their highest since late May, when SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.13 -0.13
trader from Kuala Lumpur. oil producers led by the Opec extended a ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 15,140 385
FULL MONTH 1,310/1,306 1,210/1,190 1,260/1,239
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 23,450 80
But now we are hearing production gains MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD deal to reduce output by 1.8 million barrels
in August will taper off, he added. MAR17 APR17 MAY17 JUN17 per day until the end of next March. ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 48.91 -0.67
Another trader said sentiment was PRODUCTION 1,464 1,548 1,655 1,514 Doubts have since swirled around the HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 1.6298 -0.0228
dampened by profit taking and position EXPORT STOCKS
1,554
1,266
1,283
1,600
1,506
1,558
1,379
1,527
effectiveness of the cuts, as Opec output NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 2.823 0.006
squaring in anticipation of higher production hit a 2017 high in July and its exports hit a BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 51.73 -0.69
MPOB Palm oil physical
and stocks. record. Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 480.25 -8.25
A Reuters poll of nine traders, planters (IN RM/TON) AUG17 SEP17 OCT17

and analysts forecast that Malaysian output CPO DELD 2,580.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE Centrifuged Latex Rubber - Msia SMR 20
PK EX-MILL 2,160.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE
in July will rise 11% to 1.68 million tonnes, CPKO DELD 4,477.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
leading to 6.5% rise in inventory levels to RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
1.63 million tonnes. RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE
518.50
Official data from industry regulator the RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 (+16.00) 1475
Malaysian Palm Oil Board is scheduled for MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) 635.50
(+14.00)
release on Thursday. REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
Palm oil production shows seasonal gains NORTH 20.00% 568 19.00% 543 18.00% 517
in the second half of the year, but industry SOUTH 20.00% 576 19.00% 550 18.00% 525
500 625
players still expect the lingering effects of CENTRAL 20.00% 569 19.00% 543 18.00% 518
300
a crop damaging El Nino to affect yield. EAST COAST 20.00% 572 19.00% 547 18.00% 522 200
SABAH 22.00% 554 21.00% 531 20.00% 508 Jan 7, 2007 Aug 7, 2017 Jan 7, 2007 Aug 7, 2017
Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 561 21.00% 537 20.00% 513
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UNUSUAL MARKET ACTIVITIES TURNOVER CHANGE CHANGE PRICE PE DIVIDEND
FBM KLCI & KLCI futures intraday (000) (RM) (%) (RM) RATIO YIELD (%)
STOCK VOLUME CHANGE CHANGE CLOSE HIGH LOW FRONTKN 178,809.1 -0.080 -19.51 0.330 16.27 0.00
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) COMPUGT 50,909.7 0.005 16.67 0.035 0.00
Index point
1784.0 FRONTKN 178,809 -19.51 -0.080 0.330 0.425 0.275 DNEX 43,715.8 -0.040 -7.14 0.520 3.91 0.89
1,781.00
1782.7 (+6.00) COMPUGT 50,910 16.67 0.005 0.035 0.035 0.030 PALETTE-WA 39,052.7 0.015 42.86 0.050 0.00
1781.4 PALETTE-WA 39,053 42.86 0.015 0.050 0.055 0.040 JAG 36,472.0 0.005 3.45 0.150 26.36 0.00
1780.1 PALETTE 30,697 6.67 0.005 0.080 0.090 0.075 DNEX-WD 33,772.5 -0.020 -7.41 0.250 0.00
KLCI futures 1,777.91 MALAKOF 30,570 1.96 0.020 1.040 1.100 1.040 SYSTECH 32,650.8 0.015 3.66 0.425 48.24 0.73
1778.8 (+3.38)
SANICHI 23,977 9.09 0.005 0.060 0.060 0.055 KRONO 31,201.5 0.030 3.53 0.880 21.30 0.00
1777.5
PUC 17,782 -8.33 -0.010 0.110 0.115 0.100 PALETTE 30,696.5 0.005 6.67 0.080 0.00
1776.2 KL Composite Index HIAPTEK-WB 17,424 6.06 0.010 0.175 0.185 0.165 MPAY 30,620.2 -0.010 -3.64 0.265 0.00
1774.9 D&O 15,246 -2.34 -0.015 0.625 0.660 0.625 MALAKOF 30,569.9 0.020 1.96 1.040 13.77 6.86
1773.6 BIOHLDG 14,954 4.17 0.010 0.250 0.250 0.235 SANICHI 23,976.6 0.005 9.09 0.060 0.00
1772.3 GPACKET 13,571 2.82 0.010 0.365 0.380 0.360 UMWOG 23,943.8 -0.005 -1.72 0.285 0.00
1771.0 SIGGAS 13,313 18.18 0.180 1.170 1.170 1.020 VIVOCOM 22,597.4 UNCH UNCH 0.140 12.50 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
AXIATA 13,121 0.84 0.040 4.830 4.840 4.790 AAX 20,390.9 UNCH UNCH 0.380 38.78 0.00
KUB 12,367 3.81 0.020 0.545 0.560 0.525 HIAPTEK 18,575.7 0.015 4.00 0.390 12.63 0.80
Daily FBM KLCI JAG-WA 11,283 9.09 0.005 0.060 0.060 0.055 BORNOIL 18,018.6 -0.005 -4.76 0.100 11.41 0.00
TAGB 11,144 1.49 0.005 0.340 0.355 0.340 PUC 17,782.3 -0.010 -8.33 0.110 48.00 0.00
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day HIAPTEK-WB 17,423.5 0.010 6.06 0.175 0.00
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 1,777.91 traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
MTOUCHE 16,330.5 -0.040 -9.09 0.400 400.00 0.00
(+3.38) 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. Top gainers and losers (ranked by RM)
1727.5
UP
1425.0
1,762.59
FBM KLCI up on heavyweights CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

lift despite no fresh catalyst HENGYUAN


ALLIANZ
8.310
14.300
0.340
0.260
AEONCR
HLBANK
13.120
15.720
-0.300
-0.280
1122.5 TASEK 13.260 0.260 PERSTIM 6.040 -0.250
PLB 2.210 0.250 TGL 1.330 -0.170
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI gained 0.19% as select TOCEAN 0.880 0.245 JFTECH 1.900 -0.140
820.0 heavyweight counters like Hengyuan Refining Co Ltd and AJI 26.200 0.220 OIB 2.260 -0.140
Jan 2, 2008 Aug 7, 2017 Allianz Malaysia Bhd lifted the benchmark index despite a MPI 14.020 0.200 A50CHIN-H3 0.120 -0.130
lack of fresh catalysts. NESTLE 84.000 0.200 KESM 15.000 -0.120
900
At 5pm, the FBM KLCI extended its gains from last Friday PBBANK 20.660 0.180 SP500-H9 0.335 -0.115
SIGGAS 1.170 0.180 ULICORP 3.990 -0.110
600
to close up 3.38 points at 1,777.91 points, after hitting its
PADINI 3.980 0.180 MAGNI 7.500 -0.100
intraday high of 1,778.48 earlier. PETGAS 18.860 0.160 SUCCESS 3.500 -0.100
300 Inter Pacific Securities research head Pong Teng Siew
said profit-taking persisted on Bursa Malaysia, amid mixed Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
market sentiment from last Friday such as the stronger-than-


Volume (mil) UP
expected US jobs data, and weaker technology counters in CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
the US.
FBM KLCI futures The breadth is actually negative. The gains by the MALAKOF-CW 0.020 100.00 UEMS-C46 0.060 -60.00

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


heavyweights [are] what helped moved FBM KLCI upwards, AEON-CH 0.010 100.00 A50CHIN-H3 0.120 -52.00
MALAKOF-CX 0.015 50.00 AMEDIA-WA 0.005 -50.00
AUG 17 1,781.00 6.00 1,783.00 1,775.50 Pong told theedgemarkets.com. HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 MAXIS-CW 0.005 -50.00
SEP 17 1,781.00 6.50 1,782.00 1,775.50 Across Bursa, losers led gainers by 496 to 341, while 398 PALETTE-WA 0.050 42.86 KAREX-CZ 0.020 -42.86
DEC 17 1,781.00 6.50 1,781.50 1,775.50
traded unchanged. Some 1.95 billion shares worth RM1.68 TOCEAN 0.880 38.58 MTOUCHE-WA 0.010 -33.33
billion were traded. FBMKLCI-C3A 0.040 33.33 SCBUILD-WB 0.010 -33.33
FBM KLCI sensitivity* Elsewhere, Japans Nikkei 225 rose 0.52%, while Hong HSI-H2C 0.020 33.33 KAREX-C4 0.105 -30.00

KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME Kongs Hang Seng Index was up 0.46%. Chinas Shanghai PADINI-CK 0.310 29.17 SKPRES-CF 0.110 -26.67
HOOVER 0.555 29.07 SP500-H9 0.335 -25.56
CIMB GROUP
POINTS
0.90
(RM)
0.060
(RM)
6.680
('000)
8299.0
Composite gained 0.53%, bolstered by bets for strong AKNIGHT 0.115 27.78 SUMATEC-WB 0.015 -25.00
MAYBANK 0.87 0.050 9.700 11192.7 economic data from the worlds second-largest economy ATTA-WC 0.315 26.00 DRBHCOMC27 0.030 -25.00
MISC 0.74 0.100 7.500 1056.5 this week, Reuters reported.
AXIATA GROUP 0.60 0.040 4.830 13120.7 MSCIs Broadest Index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
PETRONAS GAS 0.52 0.160 18.860 186.2 added 0.5% when trading commenced yesterday after the
IOI CORPORATION 0.52 0.050 4.510 679.5 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
MAXIS 0.39 0.030 5.790 7204.0
Dow Jones Industrial Average recorded its eighth consecutive CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
AMMB 0.30 0.060 4.930 810.3 record high last Friday, the news wire added. by Adam Aziz MALAKOF-CW 0.020 100.00 UEMS-C46 0.060 -60.00
PETRONAS CHEMICAL 0.26 0.020 7.030 2211.3
World equity indices AEON-CH 0.010 100.00 A50CHIN-H3 0.120 -52.00
HONG LEONG FINANCE 0.19 0.100 17.000 26.9 MALAKOF-CX 0.015 50.00 AMEDIA-WA 0.005 -50.00
TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD 0.19 0.020 14.180 6062.7 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 MAXIS-CW 0.005 -50.00
RHB BANK 0.13 0.020 5.000 333.0
DOW JONES 22,092.81 66.71 INDONESIA 5,749.29 -28.19 PALETTE-WA 0.050 42.86 KAREX-CZ 0.020 -42.86
DIGI.COM -0.13 -0.010 4.800 4485.4
S&P 500 2,476.83 4.67 JAPAN 20,055.89 103.56 FBMKLCI-C3A 0.040 33.33 MTOUCHE-WA 0.010 -33.33
PUBLIC BANK -0.64 -0.100 20.660 3327.5
NASDAQ 100 5,899.91 8.71 KOREA 2,398.75 3.30 HSI-H2C 0.020 33.33 SCBUILD-WB 0.010 -33.33
IHH HEALTHCARE -0.95 -0.070 5.930 1160.2
FTSE 100 7,511.71 36.94 PHILIPPINES 7,992.27 59.45 PADINI-CK 0.310 29.17 KAREX-C4 0.105 -30.00
HONG LEONG BANK -1.00 -0.280 15.720 117.1
AUSTRALIA 5,773.56 52.98 SINGAPORE 3,320.67 -5.85 ATTA-WC 0.315 26.00 SKPRES-CF 0.110 -26.67
SUB-TOTAL 2.88
CHINA 3,279.46 17.38 TAIWAN 10,579.38 72.82 AT-WB 0.025 25.00 SP500-H9 0.335 -25.56
OTHERS 0.50
HONG KONG 27,690.36 127.68 THAILAND 1,573.67 -4.59 FBMKLCI-C1X 0.050 25.00 SUMATEC-WB 0.015 -25.00
GRAND TOTAL 3.38
INDIA 32,273.67 -51.74 VIETNAM 792.98 4.30 MAXIS-CX 0.025 25.00 DRBHCOMC27 0.030 -25.00
* How stock price changes affected the index on the previous trading day

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