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ON EDGE T V Najib: I have full confidence in Ahmad Zahid IN BRIEF


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DOSH targets 20,000
SHAH ALAM: Prime Minister Datuk that the Umno leadership is strong, TVET trainees by 2020
Seri Najib Razak yesterday stated that trust me. I have full confidence in JOHOR BARU: The department
attempts by a former leader to drive my deputy. No need to dwell on of occupational safety and health
a wedge between him and Deputy this (whether he has confidence in (DOSH) targets 20,000 trainees
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Ahmad Zahid). There are more im- in the Technical and Vocation-
Zahid Hamidi would not work as he portant things to do, he said when al Education Training (TVET)
has full confidence in his deputy. opening Shah Alam Umno divisions field will be exposed to basic
They have been through both the delegates conference here yesterday. Occupational Safety and Health
good and bad times since 1986, said Former prime minister Tun Dr (OSH) issues by 2020. As such,
Najib, referring to the time he was Mahathir Mohamad last week stat- DOSH director-general Datuk
culture, youth and sports minister ed that about two years ago Ahmad Mohtar Musri said the OSH@
before Ahmad Zahid joined him as Zahid came to see him about top- TVET programme was organised
his political secretary. pling Najib. with the aim to expose the train-
Besides that, Najib, who is also Ahmad Zahid, who is also Umno ees to workplace accidents and
Umno president, said he once vice president but carrying out the risks before they actually entered
helped Ahmad Zahid defend his duties of deputy president, denied into employment as underlined
Najib: The Umno leadership is strong, Umno Youth head post for the Ba- this and instead said Mahathir was in the Occupational Safety and
trust me. Photo by Bernama gan Datoh Umno division . the one behind the plot and that he Health Master Plan 2020. So far,
That is why I want to say to you has evidence to the effect. Bernama over 4,000 TVET trainees have
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Asean overcomes
Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
of Industrial Training centres
in Johor, Kedah and Perak, he
told reporters here yesterday.
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statement impasse
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Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville, been the most divisive issue for Aseans deadlock over the state- Bernama
Aminullah Abdul Karim, the Association of South East Asian of its defence capabilities on artifi- ment highlights Chinas growing
Noorain Duasa, Tun Mohd Zaan BNM carnival ends with
Mohd Zaabah Nations (Asean), with Chinas in- cial islands in disputed waters. influence on the grouping at a time
fluence looming large over its ac- China is sensitive to even a of uncertainty over the new US ad- impactful results
EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION tivities. Some countries are wary veiled reference by Asean to its sev- ministrations security priorities and KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Fi-
Manager Katherine Tan about the possible repercussions of en reclaimed reefs, three of which whether it will try to keep Chinas nancial Carnival 2017, organised
Senior Coordinator Maryani Hassan
defying Beijing by taking a strong- have runways, missile batteries, maritime activities in check. by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM),
CORPORATE er stand. radars and, according to some ex- Several Asean diplomats said that ended successfully yesterday
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June exports below consensus but

Media Primas analysts remain upbeat


BY S A MA N T H A H O
Malaysia Nikkei PMI

Primeworks sells
KUALA LUMPUR: The 10% vs export growth
growth in Malaysias June exports Export growth y-o-y (%)
to RM73.07 billion was below the 35
Malaysia Nikkei PMI
51
consensus estimate of an 18.3% rise
and represents the slowest expan-

content to Netflix
30 50
sion in six months. 25
However, most economists are 49
unfazed by the smaller year-on- 20
48
year (y-o-y) growth, citing the holi- 15
day-shortened month as a reason. 47
They expected exports to pick up 10
in July. 5 46
The lull in June is temporary,
It aims for international sales to make up 20% of revenue by 2020 and we expect a rebound in trade 0 45

June
July
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
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Apr
May
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in July as economic activity picks
up after the festive period, CIMB 2016 2017
BY JOYC E GOH works Distribution distributed Research economist Michelle Chia Sources: Bloomberg, Department of
Statistics Malaysia
over 42 titles to iflix which include said in a note last Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Media Prima Primeworks will popular hits from television dra- Scheduled plant shutdowns
Bhds Primeworks Studios Sdn have ve of its mas to blockbuster movies. for maintenance repairs in June
Bhd has found a new channel to In its annual report 2016, Me- was another reason why the slow- ing partner, had also moderated to
promote its locally-produced con-
Malay and Chinese dia Prima stated that Primeworks er growth was not seen as a major its slowest in three months at 10%
tent to an international audience. titles rolled out also secured sales to JaiKon TV, cause for concern, said AllianceDBS y-o-y, according to MIDF Research.
Primeworks recently start- when Netix makes an OTT service operating in Cam- Researchs economic team. The figures appear to be reflec-
ed supplying content to global bodia, in its list of regional cus- Junes export growth was well tive of the fall in the PMI for Asean
streaming network Netflix that
them available tomers selling 17 titles in various below the 32.5% y-o-y expansion to 49.3 points in June, an indication
will be aired on the latters plat- on its service genres including travel, dramas seen in May, although this was un- that manufacturing conditions were
form soon, according to sources. starting today. and animation. surprising considering the histor- contracting, said United Overseas
Primeworks is the content pro- For the financial year 2016 ical trend of exports surging in the Bank (M) Bhd economist Julia Goh.
duction arm of the public-listed (FY16), the content-creation busi- month before the Hari Raya Aid- We continue to expect moder-
Media Prima, while Netflix is an ness segment reported a net profit ilfitri celebrations, said Izzuddin ating export growth going into the
over-the-top (OTT) content pro- of RM10.4 million compared with Yussof, economist at Affin Hwang second half of 2017 amid ebbing
vider that streams on-demand 2020 from the current single-digit RM14.1 million a year earlier. Investment Bank Bhd. momentum in Asias manufacturing
TV shows and movies instantly percentage contribution. Revenue The content-creation busi- CIMB Research cited falling activity, the current electronics cy-
in over 190 countries. from the content-creation business ness was one of five profitable commodity prices and lower export cle ending with [the] rollout of [its]
Primeworks will have five of stood at RM20.5 million in the fi- segments for Media Primas volumes as causing a moderation next wave of smartphones later this
its Malay and Chinese titles rolled nancial year ended Dec 31, 2016. first quarter ended March 31, in commodity export growth, while year, and lower commodity prices,
out when Netflix makes them Primeworks annually produc- 2017 (1QFY17) while three oth- estate workers returning home for she said in a note last Friday.
available on its service starting es more than 6,000 hours of con- er segments were loss-making. the Hari Raya break had dampened The electrical and electronics
Aug 7 (today), said a source fa- tent annually for television, cinema The content-creation division palm oil production. (E&E) sector, which had largely
miliar with the matter. and digital platforms here as well as generated RM1.4 million profit What is worth noting is the sig- supported Junes export figure, is ex-
The feature films and drama abroad. It has been producing con- compared with M3.2 million a nificant decline in manufactured pected to maintain as the main driv-
series that will be rolled out on tent for television since 1984 and year earlier. goods, which grew 7.4% y-o-y in er of exports growth, AllianceDBS
the global streaming service in- feature films since 1994. It added For 1QFY17, Media Prima reg- June compared with the 32.8% said. In June, Malaysias E&E exports
clude Sejoli: Misi Cantas Cinta, digital platforms into its portfolio istered a net loss of RM38.5 mil- growth recorded in May. grew 15.7% to contribute RM3.7
KL Zombi, Rembat, Hati Perem- in 2011. lion compared with a net profit This may be seen to reflect the billion, while liquefied natural gas
puan and Chinese drama series Some of its original content under of RM17.2 million a year earlier. recent downtrend in the Nikkei exports saw a seven-year high surge
Persona, the source told The Edge Primeworks belt include Anugerah For the content-creation busi- Malaysia Manufacturing Purchas- of 97.3% mostly due to strong de-
Financial Daily. Juara Lagu, Majalah 3, Nona, Jalan ness, Media Prima revealed in the ing Managers' Index (PMI), which mand from Japan. Meanwhile, the
It is not known how much rev- Jalan Cari Makan, Mentor and Je- financial result announcement that came in at 46.9 points for June, its 3.7% import growth had slowed
enue Primeworks could fetch jak Rasul, while box-office content the division will be exploring po- lowest in five years. AllianceDBS compared with the 30.4% growth
from the supply of locally-pro- include Ada Apa Dengan Cinta 2, tential new IPs (Internet Protocols) said the figure indicated headwinds recorded in May. The figure had
duced content to Netflix. How- BoBoiboy: The Movie, and Upin & for animation and co-production for the manufacturing sector in up- been lifted by intermediate and
ever, sources said the company Ipin Jeng, Jeng, Jeng! with external broadcasters while coming months. capital imports, while consumer
aims for international sales to In 2016, Primeworks through expanding the current content Meanwhile, the growth of ex- imports shrank due to lower im-
make up 20% of its revenue by its distribution division, Prime- sales in overseas markets. ports to Asean, which collectively ports of semi-durables, particu-
makes up Malaysias largest trad- larly apparel.

Steel manufacturers to challenge safeguard duty in court


BY K H AI RI E H I SYA M A L I MAN It is learnt that the proceedings each for the subsequent two years. last April when asked about the ad- additional duties would increase
involve SWAM and Miti. The Malay- To recap, Miti had imposed the justment plan. their procurement costs, hurting
KUALA LUMPUR: The Steel Wire sian Steel Association (MSA), whose two duties after concluding two par- The MSA petitioners are Ann Joo profit margins.
Association of Malaysia (SWAM) petitions last year initiated the safe- allel safeguard investigations, which Steel Bhd, Southern Steel Bhd, Ma- For rebar, the objecting players
has obtained leave to pursue a court guard investigations that culminated it initiated following safeguard peti- laysia Steel Works (KL) Bhd as well had included the Master Builders
challenge against safeguard duties in the safeguard duties, had applied tions by the MSA in June 2016. as Lion Industries Corp Bhds sub- Association Malaysia and the Malay
imposed by the international trade to be part of the proceedings. During the three-year period of sidiaries Amsteel Mills Sdn Bhd and Contractors Association Malaysia.
and industry ministry (Miti) on im- Rebar is mainly used for construc- safeguard duties, the petitioners Antara Steel Mills Sdn Bhd. Meanwhile, SWAM whose
ported steel wire rods (SWR) and tion activities in Malaysia whereas would have to implement the indi- They had claimed that the domes- members include public-listed
deformed bar in coils (DBIC). SWR and DBIC are used by down- vidual adjustment plans submitted tic producers of rebar, SWR and DBIC manufacturers such as Chin Well
Granted by the Kuala Lumpur stream steel manufacturers many alongside their petitions. While plans were substantially hurt by surging Holdings Bhd, Engtex Group Bhd,
High Court last week, the leave paves of whom are SWAM members to vary, the steel mills had generally imports between Oct 1, 2012, and Leader Steel Holdings Bhd and YKGI
the way for the association to seek a produce steel wire mesh, fending aimed to boost efficiency and pro- Sept 30, 2015, which caused them to Holdings Bhd had raised concerns
court order to quash the safeguard and fasteners such as nuts, bolts ductivity by improving processes lose market share, downsize work- over the safeguard petition for SWR
duty, people familiar with the matter and nails. and investing in plant upgrades and force and scale back operations. and DBIC.
told The Edge Financial Daily. The duties for SWR and DBIC be- modifications, among others. Collectively, the participating During the investigations, the
The judicial review is only for the gin at 13.9% for the year up to April During the implementation steel mills account for 73.4% of lo- government assessed the issues and
safeguard duties for SWR and DBIC, 14, 2018, then 12.9% and 11.9% re- phase, the government reserves the cal rebar output and 100% of local concerns submitted by all interest-
which was announced on April 13. spectively for the subsequent two right to review and make changes to SWR and DBIC production. ed parties in accordance with the
The proceedings do not involve safe- years. Meanwhile for rebar, imports the safeguard measures after taking The petitions were strongly ob- Safeguards Act 2006 and Safeguards
guard duties on imported steel con- are slapped with a 13.42% import into consideration various circum- jected to by various steel industry Regulations 2007, said Miti when
crete reinforcing bar (rebar) which duty for 12 months up to April 13, stances such as the adjustment plan, players who use the three steel prod- announcing the imposition of the
was also announced on the same day. 2018, followed by 12.27% and 11.1% Miti told The Edge Malaysia weekly ucts as raw materials because the safeguard duties in April.
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 5

Better corporate earnings


seen in second quarter
But can the companies 2Q profits keep pace with the stock markets rally?
BY B I L LY TOH 4.3% q-o-q, Yap said in a report
Can 2Q earnings catch up with share price rally? dated July 17.
KUALA LUMPUR: The road to MIDF Research analyst Tay
recovery was the theme during Last Price (R1) Price Earnings Ratio (P/E) (L1) Average 5-year PE Yow Ken also expects AirAsia to
the earnings reporting season 1,900 20 post better results in 2Q17 based
for the first quarter of this year on its preliminary operating sta-
1,850
(1Q17). As the 2Q17 earnings 19 tistics.
season gets underway, investors 1,800 The operating statistics
are moving on to the next theme 18 showed demand was slight-
1,750
that of sustainable revenue ly higher than expected, even
1,700 17
and earnings growth. though second quarter is tradi-
All eyes will be on whether the 1,650
16
tionally a weak quarter, he said.
companies can repeat their per- 1,600
On the industry outlook, Tay is
formances seen in 1Q17. 15 positive about both AirAsia and
Malaysias stock market has 1,550 Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd
regained some ground, with the 1,500 14 in 2H17, pointing to more sport-
FBM KLCI and FBM Small Cap July 16, 2012 August 4, 2017 ing events as well as the easing
Index earning a total return of of visa applications, which would
9.9% and 18.3% respectively so far lead to higher tourist arrival in
this year. But will the companies Mercury Securities Sdn Bhd head ed next, with potential beneficiaries seen in 1Q17, said Hong Leong the country.
2Q17 earnings keep pace with the of research Edmund Tham said the including Gamuda Bhd, IJM Corp Investment Bank Research analyst
rally in the local equity market? market has become more cautious Bhd, Sunway Construction Group Khairul Azizi Kairudin. Media
According to JF Apex Secu- as reflected in its trading volume. Bhd and Kimlun Corp Bhd. He pointed out that due to the The outlook for the media indus-
rities Bhd head of research Lee If you look at the trading volume, YTD, the Kuala Lumpur Con- Hari Raya festive holidays, which try, meanwhile, remains chal-
Chung Cheng, companies are it has gone down quite significantly. struction Index has outperformed resulted in June being a shorter lenging.
likely to report better earnings At one time, the average daily trad- the benchmark FBM KLCI Index month, leading to lower loan ap- Although we see improve-
in 2Q17 compared with the year- ing volume was consistently above with a total return of 19.8%. plications, there could be a mod- ments in the macro environment,
ago period in line with the better three billion shares. Right now, its eration in bank earnings growth in we have yet to see a substan-
outlook for the year on the back only about one billion shares, Tham Semiconductor 2Q17 compared with 1Q17. tial recovery in the media sec-
of improved economic activity. told The Edge Financial Daily. MIDF Research analyst Martin Foo On the outlook for the bank- tor, largely because companies
However, well have to wait The average daily trading vol- Chuan Loong is optimistic about ing sector, we maintain our neu- still remain cautious and adopt
for [Malaysian company] earn- ume on Bursa Malaysia stood at semiconductor companies finan- tral stance due to modest growth a wait-and-see approach to adex
ings to catch up with the stock 2.8 billion shares in 1H17 but it cial performance for 2Q17. outlook for earnings, loan and de- (advertising expenditure) spend-
market valuation. The market has since tapered off. Last Friday, This is supported by the latest ex- posit growth. The modest earnings ing, a media analyst who de-
wont be cheap, Lee told The trading volume totalled 1.42 billion port data which showed Malaysias growth will result in lower ROE clined to be named said.
Edge Financial Daily over the shares worth RM1.47 billion. exports rising 10% year-on-year to (return on equity) and the lower In addition, media compa-
telephone. Meanwhile, Tham expects both RM73.1 billion in June, as the coun- expected return, he said. nies also face the gradual but
In a report dated Aug 2, upside and downside earnings sur- try sold more electrical and elec- Maybank IB Research also has a long-term structural shift in con-
Maybank Investment Bank Re- prises in this reporting season rath- tronics besides palm oil products. neutral call on the sector but ex- sumer preference towards most-
search (Maybank IB Research) er than things being good or bad Take a look at the events that pects loan growth to pick up pace ly free online content. Although
said data points to the country for a specific industry. will unfold in this quarter, with Ap- in 2H17. media and telecommunications
sustaining its growth momentum Below are the expectations and ple expected to launch the latest The pickup in non-household players are trying to adapt and
of 1Q17, where gross domestic views of analysts for the 2Q17 earn- iPhone and Samsung a new Note, loan growth is encouraging, and we change by digitalising their busi-
product (GDP) growth was 5.6%. ings season in some of the sectors: and this is just the big players we look forward to ongoing expansion ness models, its not easy to mon-
Our economics team fore- are talking about. In order for these in this segment if our industry loan etise digital content in this infor-
casts 5.1% real GDP growth in Construction stocks to be ready, production is growth estimate of 5.4% for 2017 is mation-exploding era.
2017, while the official 2017 real According to Public Investment required in 2Q17. to be achieved, against annualised In Malaysian Newsprint In-
GDP growth forecast of 4.3% to Bank Bhd research analyst Tan Thus, production volume would loan growth of 3.5% to date, said dustries Sdn Bhds (MNI) case,
4.8% could be raised soon, poten- Siang Hing, most of the construc- be ramped up which should lead to Maybank IB Research banking an- its [liquidation] was mainly be-
tially together with the release of tion companies under its coverage better earnings [for semiconductor alyst Desmond Chng in his report cause of the cheap imports that
2Q17 GDP on Aug 18, it added. will continue to see good earnings. companies], said Foo. dated Aug 2. rendered the local manufacturing
Still, going into 2H17, They (earnings) will still be He also pointed to the improved firm with higher production costs
Maybank IB Research remains good. The earnings visibility of global sales data, which should Aviation uncompetitive, he said.
cautiously constructive on Ma- most of them is still good. Given bode well for 2Q17. CIMB Equities Research regional Last week, Hong Leong Indus-
laysian equities, with a slightly the higher order book seen, tech- On how a stronger ringgit would transport analyst Raymond Yap is tries Bhd and Media Prima Bhd
neutral bias after 1H17s gains. nically, the earnings will also be affect exporters such as the semi- confident that AirAsia Bhds 2Q17 announced that MNI had initiat-
For Malaysian equities, the higher, he said. conductor players, Foo said most results will outperform that of 1Q17. ed creditors voluntary winding
key positives are the domestic While Tan conceded that the of the players in this space have a We believe the higher domes- up proceedings amid declining
macros which should remain valuations of construction stocks natural hedge to the currency. tic market share will help improve newsprint demand and three
positive throughout 2017 while are not cheap, he said their share Usually, only about 50% of the 2Q17 and 2H17 (second half of straight years of losses.
market/corporate earnings prices tend to move in tandem with cost is in US dollars. I dont think 2017) yields, helping reverse the Kenanga Research analyst
growth looks set to resume. That news flow. the impact from foreign exchange yield pressures in Malaysia felt dur- Cheow Ming Liang also shared
said, we stay mindful of the pre- If there is news flow to support, fluctuations will be significant, ing 1Q17, he said. the same sentiment in his report
vailing external policy and ge- the share prices will be able to sus- he added. We believe load factors rose dated July 20.
opolitical headwinds, amid an tain, he said, pointing to the light Nevertheless, Foo agrees that from 88% in 1Q17 to an all-time He said while the countrys
extended period of market calm rail vehicle work package valued at the valuations of semiconductor high of 90% in 2Q17. AirAsias 1Q17 2017 adex sentiment is set to
and low volatility for most of 2017 RM1.56 billion that was awarded stocks are currently on the high results disappointed the market be supported by several major
year to date (YTD). to the consortium of CRRC Zhu- side, noting that the share prices due to the RM140 million to RM150 events such as the Asean@50:
Volatility, as measured by the zhou Locomotive Co Ltd, Siemens have run ahead of earnings season. million one-off moving cost but Golden Celebration Campaign,
Chicago Board Options Exchange Ltd China and Tegap Dinamik Sdn we think this is unlikely to recur 29th Southeast Asian Games,
Volatility Index, has continued Bhd recently. Banking/Finance in 2Q17. ninth Asean Para Games, and a
to stay at low levels. Volatility In a report dated Aug 3, Maybank The banking sector is expected to Macro factors are also sup- potential 14th General Election,
has also retreated in the other IB Research construction analyst post muted earnings, with 2Q17 portive of stronger earnings as the these feel-good factors are like-
asset classes with the exception Adrian Wong said there are expec- results expected to be marginally US dollar weakened 2.6% quar- ly to be offset by a weak ringgit
of crude oil, it said. tations of major civil packages (via- higher from a year ago but would ter-on-quarter (q-o-q) to an average against the US dollar and the ris-
While optimism abounds, ducts and guideways) to be award- not reflect the strong earnings of RM4.33 while jet fuel prices fell ing cost of doing business.
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Refiners on a high
Rebound in Brent did not put a lid on share price rally in Petron, Hengyuan
BY A DA M A ZI Z oil refinery in Malaysia. ballooned 175% to RM279.49 mil-
For refiners, the drop on crude Hengyuan Rening Company Bhd Petron Malaysia Rening lion from RM101.65 million, citing
KUALA LUMPUR: Last week, the oil prices are good. Low crude pric- & Marketing Bhd higher average product prices as
Profit (RM000)
Brent crude oil price rebounded es will help to widen their profit 300,000
Profit (RM000) the main fuel to the strong earn-
to over US$50 (RM214) per barrel margin. 250,000
120,000 ings growth. Revenue expanded
for the first time in two months, To some extent, low prices will 200,000 100,000 nearly 57% to RM2.93 billion, from
partly thanks to a drawdown in also increase sales volume for retail- 150,000
RM1.87 billion in 1QFY16. However,
80,000
the US crude inventories, coupled ers, namely petrol stations, whose 100,000 dividend-wise, analysts do not see
with the threat of sanctions against margins are fixed through the au- 50,000
60,000 the two refiners as dividend stocks.
Opec member Venezuela. tomated pricing mechanism set by 0 40,000 Hengyuan, for one, has not de-
Interestingly, the news did not the government. -50,000 20,000
clared any dividend since 2013.
put a lid on the share price rally in Hong Leong Investment Bank -100,000 However, Petron has a five-year av-
Petron Malaysia Refining & Market- research analyst Aaron Tan said 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 0 erage annual yield of 3.75%, with an
FY2016 FY2017 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q
ing Bhd and Hengyuan Refining Co that despite the rebound on Brent FY2016 FY2017 average dividend of 14 sen per share
Bhd as higher crude prices mean crudes, prices have remained rela- between June 2013 and June 2017.
more costly feedstocks for them. tively low it is still halfway down From a refiners perspective, any
Instead, the two stocks climbed from the high at US$100 per barrel upside on earnings will still be tied
further last week. back in 2013. to oil price movement Petron and
Petrons shares surged to an We have to admit that we are Hengyuan Rening Petron Malaysia Rening Hengyuan rebounded in FY15 after
all-time high of RM9.76 last Fri- currently at a low oil price period, Company Bhd & Marketing Bhd two consecutive loss-making years
day, while Hengyuan soared to a so margins for refiners are still at Vol (mil) RM Vol (mil) RM in FY13 and FY14, when their mar-
42-month high of RM7.97. Both a good level, Tan told The Edge 10 9 4 10 gins was dragged by Brent crude
counters were in the top five gain- Financial Daily. RM7.97 RM9.76 prices at US$100 per barrel.
ers of Bursa Malaysia last Friday. Tan added that even as low oil 8 Hengyuan has not indicated any
7 3 8
Year to date, Hengyuans, which prices benefit downstream compa- interesting prospects for growth
was slammed by Bursa on unu- nies, oil and gas players in general 6 apart from cost management and
sual market activity two weeks put a higher importance on price 5 2 6 operating efficiency. Meanwhile,
ago, share price has gained an im- stability, as it makes it easier to 4
Petron said in its FY16 annual re-
pressive 293%, in the same period, work out the operating cost without port that it is picking up the pace
Petron has gone up 135%. being concerned about volatility in 3 1 4 on its service station network ex-
2
The two counters may yet see selling price and market sentiment. pansion. Being the third-largest
a limit to its seven-month rally A rebound may be seen as a sig- retailer in Malaysia, it can further
simply because they are trading nal that [the] oil price is still stable 0 1 0 2 benefit from improving consumer
at single-digit price-earnings ra- compared with the past two years, Aug 4, 2016 Aug 4, 2017 Aug 4, 2016 Aug 4, 2017 sentiment as well.
tio (PER). Based on last Fridays despite some movement between Market expectation has it that
closing, Hengyuan and Petron are March and August this year, he the crude prices to average between
currently trading at 4.66 times and added. During both 4Q financial year lion from RM16.61 million in the US$50 and US$60 per barrel for the
eight times respectively trailing Another analyst puts similar 2016 (4QFY16) and 1QFY17, Petron same quarter last year, on improved rest of 2017. As it is, Opec is ada-
12-month PER. weight on stable crude prices. Malaysias net profit grew over five- margins and sales volume, com- mant not to let it slide any lower.
In Malaysia, Petron is an oil [Refiners] Profit has improved fold year-on-year (y-o-y). Similarly, bined with higher operating effi- But as downward pressure persists
refiner with 11 terminals and 580 in fourth quarter (4Q) last year and Hengyuans net profit more than ciencies. Revenue stood at RM2.56 from global oversupply, investors
gas stations, while Hengyuan, for- in the 1Q of this year as well, even doubled y-o-y in the same period. billion, up 39.76% from RM1.66 can be on the lookout of the two
merly known as Shell Refining Co when prices were higher than in In 1QFY17, Petrons net profit billion a year ago. counters, at least until the end of
Bhd, operates the second-largest the first half of 2016, he said. jumped 553.3% to RM108.54 mil- Hengyuans net profit in 1QFY17 the year, perhaps.

Jadi Imaging e-commerce to alter cartridge perception


BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR has brewed between producers of material for cartridges, has recently
compatible and remanufactured expanded to offer the whole cartridge
KUALA LUMPUR: Toner manufac- cartridge producers within the af- package as well, which Liew Kit says
turer Jadi Imaging Holdings Bhd is termarket industry. Liew Kit: The will allow the group to increase its
well aware that the imaging indus- As a result, the OEM cartridges website shall downstream services online.
try is a sunset one, yet it still sees are also feeling the pinch from the be the groups The launch of Jaditoner.com will
plenty of growth potential in the growth of compatible cartridges as main competitive also complement the groups acqui-
aftermarket cartridge segment [the] general public worldwide be- advantage moving sitions of Jadi Imaging Solutions
that it specialises in. comes more receptive to the latter, forward, as most of (UK) Ltd and a new warehouse in
However, there is one stumbling said Liew Kit who is also the son its rivals still rely Zhuhai, China, made in 2016, said
block it needs to overcome, which of the groups chief executive officer on conventional Liew Kit. He hopes for the compa-
is public perception of the after- Liew Kim Siong told The Edge sales. Photo by Chu ny to be able to fulfil orders faster
market industry, in order to tap Financial Daily recently. Juck Seng through better control of its supply
the potential. Liew Kit said compatible car- chain worldwide.
The aftermarket cartridge is tridges are gaining market share Liew Kit added that the website
simply a substitute for original worldwide as compared to the re- shall be the groups main competi-
equipment manufacturer (OEM) manufactured cartridges due to tive advantage moving forward, as
cartridges, whereby toner cartridg- lower cost and improving quality. most of its rivals still rely on con-
es are made of new parts by third- As such, Jadi wants to ride on people tend to [equate] compatible groups image as a trusted com- ventional sales.
party manufacturers. It compris- this new wave. It has even start- cartridges [as being] counterfeit patible cartridge manufacturer, Moving forward, he is confident
es two types of cartridges, called ed producing its own-made toner which is a wrong perception, he said Liew Kit. that by fulfilling faster orders, it
compatible and remanufactured powder within compatible car- explained. Many players try to keep their would help to boost sales for the
cartridges. tridges, making it one of a few toner The best way to curb this per- information confidential, on price financial year ending March 31,
Jadi Imagings newly appoint- manufacturers in the world and the ception is to be transparent about or product information. We are the 2018 (FY18), though it would take
ed executive director Liew Kit ex- only one in Malaysia, said Liew Kit. product information shared online, first company to do this in the af- time to materialise.
plained that its no secret that OEM Yet there is still a negative pub- suggested Liew Kit. termarket imaging industry, said The highly competitive operating
cartridge companies such as Hewl- lic perception of this alternative The group launched a new Liew Kit. environment has certainly eaten
ett-Packard, Canon and Samsung product, Liew Kit noted. e-commerce platform last month, The website will offer Jadis existing into Jadis profitability. The com-
generally dominate a larger mar- In Malaysia, you have a lot of hoping to reach out to smaller products under its brand name of Ja- panys earnings have been volatile
ket share worldwide. Though in cases of counterfeit products that customer groups and build brand ditoner. The group, which previously in the past few years.
recent times, tough competition have been raided by the police. So awareness in order to enhance the only sold toner powder as the raw CON T I N U ES ON PAGE 8
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Will Chinas deleveraging


hit Malaysia?
Observers hopeful that Beijing will be mindful of the domino effect its decisions will have
BY SA M A N THA H O for now, private companies that
Chinas debt breakdown are deemed to be lacking syner-
KUALA LUMPUR: As Chinas de- gies with Chinas overall expansion
leveraging efforts continue to raise strategy could see further curbs on
concerns that a global slowdown, their overseas expansions, SERCs
Malaysias growing exposure to the Lee said.
Asian giant makes one wonder just These investments may be put
how the local economy stands to on hold if [the Chinese government]
be affected. considers the capital outflows too
It appears that, so far, Chinese big and unnecessary, he added.
authorities have been clamping China has, for example, been
down largely on its privately owned taking measures to cool its proper-
entities, requesting that these com- ty market, noted RHB Asset Man-
panies sell their foreign assets and agement chief investment officer,
bring the proceeds back home. This Mohd Fauzi Mohd Tahir.
reportedly saw property and en- Speaking to reporters after the
tertainment conglomerate Dailan asset management arms market in-
Wanda Group scrap its bid for the sight forum last week, Mohd Fauzi
US$10 billion (RM43 billion) Ban- concurred that this had translat-
dar Malaysia development project. ed into a slight slowdown in de-
However, what may be of a big- mand for properties in Malaysia
ger concern is the debt carried by built by Chinese developers, such
Chinese state-owned enterprises Sources: CEIC, Macquarie Research, June 2016
as Country Garden Holdings Co
(SOEs) to fund their expansions. Ltds US$100 billion (RM428 bil-
According to a report by Bloomb- lion) Forest City in Iskandar Ma-
erg, SOE debt makes up the bulk of priorities, but most market watch- make budget constraints binding actively courting Chinas SOEs for laysia, Johor.
non-financial corporate debt, which ers are hopeful that the worlds on SOEs, Xu said at a conference its infrastructure projects, including In April, it was reported that
currently stands at US$17 trillion or second-largest economy will de- on Chinas banking and financial the RM55 billion East Coast Rail Link Country Garden assured main-
some 59% of total outstanding debt leverage prudently and be mindful sector last week. for which it signed a memorandum land investors that it would refund
of nearly US$29 trillion. of the domino effect its decisions And while the Chinese are good of understanding with China Com- them following Beijings crackdown
Second Finance Minister Da- will have. at making small things big, they are munications Construction Company on capital outflows.
tuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani has We are not convinced that the not good at making big things small. (CCCC), the republics largest con- According to a report by No-
said that Malaysias risks are con- rhetoric regarding deleveraging How do you consolidate such large struction outfit. Most recently, the mura last week, it is possible that
tained as long as the government will translate into an actual fall in SOEs? he said. light rail vehicle work package for Chinas highly indebted corporate
continues to deal with these SOEs. debt, said Christian de Guzman, The unlikelihood of the Chinese light rail transit 3 has been awarded sector would refrain from investing
However, whether or not that will vice-president and senior analyst state rushing to curb the spending to a consortium led by CRRC Zhu- overseas until its deleveraging is
still apply when the time comes of sovereign risk at Moodys Inves- of its SOEs has led most experts to zhou Locomotive Co Ltd. complete.
for China to trim its debts remains tor Services. conclude that it would not pull back Also worth mentioning is that But while China has been crack-
to be seen. As such, we think that China can from the multibillion dollar invest- out of the nine bids for the Bandar ing down on the foreign assets of
If you look at Chinas credit sustain [a] relatively healthy growth ments it has promised to pump into Malaysia project, seven have come some of its biggest privately owned
tightening, a lot of it will have to of over 6% over the next few years, its Belt and Road Initiative. from Chinese state-controlled com- enterprises, it also saw the launch of
be done with SOEs because that which should be supportive of de- If investments are sanctioned panies, with the remaining two from 52 state-owned investment firms in
is where a significant portion of mand for Malaysias exports, inward by the [Chinese] state, they will Japanese developers. Putrajaya, in 21 of its provinces last week, which
its debt lies, said Socio-Economic flows of Chinese investment, and probably be given some leeway an announcement last month, said will be investing state funds at the
Research Centre (SERC) executive commodity prices in general, he when it comes to tightening, said the bids are valued between US$7 provincial and city levels, Reuters
director Lee Heng Guie. told The Edge Financial Daily in an Dr Yeah Kim Leng, economics pro- billion and US$10.5 billion. reported.
[That means that] these firms email response. fessor at the Sunway University Separately, Chinese SOEs are Beijing, however, has given an
are likely to be much more care- In any case, a reform of SOEs Business School. also participating in the develop- assurance that it will take steps
ful with their assessments of new appears to be a distant goal with Where Yeah expects to see tight- ment of ports and industrial parks to keep the deleveraging process
investments going forward, even no distinct solution yet, since Chi- ening in China instead is on the sup- in Melaka and Kuantan, and the smooth and orderly, the wire ser-
though they will probably uphold na has no clear-cut way of credibly ply side of raw materials such as coal, Four Seasons Hotel and the Tun vice quoted the Peoples Bank of
existing commitments, Lee told disciplining its elder sons, Deloitte steel and cement, and zombie com- Razak Exchange (TRX) Signature China assistant governor Zhang
The Edge Financial Daily. China chief economist Stephen Xu panies that have been supported by Tower here. Xiaohui as saying.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has Sitao said. the Chinese governments earlier Although existing govern- But whether or not China can
said that the lowering SOE debt The question to ask is whether willingness to provide cheap credit. ment-backed commitments and fulfil its promises remains to be
should be made the priority of or not the Chinese government can Meanwhile, Malaysia has been projects may remain unaffected seen.

Jadi Imaging remains focused on brand awareness


F ROM PAG E 6 Jadi changed its financial year to higher production cost due to kg, way below the market average. The group is confident that with the
For FY17, the company dipped end from Dec 31 to March 31. As lower productivity. Jadi prices it at US$6 or US$7, website, it would be able to increase
into the red. It posted a net loss of such, the prior financial periods He also added that the group had which is considered reasonably revenue contributions from its over-
RM17.19 million compared to a net comparatives are for a 15 months faced challenges with customer de- priced. seas subsidiaries.
profit of RM6.74 million the year be- period from Jan 1 2015 to March mand for cheaper pricing, and that We are still biding on the con- On whether it intends to diversify
fore. Revenue was lower at RM79.95 31, 2016. steep competition on pricing from solidation of the industry as a whole into new businesses given the highly
million against RM96.67 million in For the fourth quarter end- its China counterparts had affect- where we hope that with it, the price competitive cartridge market, Liew
FY16. Loss per share stood at 1.92 ed March 31, 2017 (4QFY17), the ed them. strategy would stabilise and we can Kit said the group does not discount
sen for FY17 against earnings per group made a net loss of RM15.76 There are many Chinese players, get a healthier margin moving for- the thought, hinting that the group
share of 0.64 sen. million. The group made a revenue some of which are state-owned and ward, said Liew. may even consider expanding into
Nonetheless, the bulk of the loss of RM17.48 million. There were no are not necessarily profit driven and Jadis Chinese subsidiary current- a non-imaging industry. Before any
amounted to RM11 million was the comparative figures as the group had can be aggressive in their pricing strat- ly contributes 21% of the companys concrete diversification plan takes
result of impairment of fixed assets, changed its financial year. egy, said Liew Kit, adding that toner total revenue, while the UK contrib- off, Jadi for the time being remains
namely the underutilised plants and Liew Kit acknowledged the steep products in China are estimated to be utes 7% and Malaysia remains the focused on increasing brand and
equipment. loss made in 4QFY17, attributing it priced at US$3 (RM12.84) or US$4 per largest contributor, generating 72%. industry awareness.
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COMFORT GLOVES BHD (+ve)


HOME BUSINESS
SHARES in Comfort Gloves Bhd (funda- sen, although it is still far from its five-year
mental: 2.6/3, valuation: 1.2/3) triggered our high of RM1.06.
momentum algorithm for the first time this
month last Friday. Its share price gained 0.5
sen or 0.52% at 96 sen. A total of 13.09 mil-
Comfort Gloves returned to the black in
the first financial quarter ended April 30, 2017
with a net profit of RM10.15 million versus
Bright prospects for
lion shares were traded, compared with the
counters 200-day average trading volume of
2.08 million shares.
a net loss of RM9.44 million a year earlier.
The previous loss was due to a fire outbreak
incurred at a subsidiary in March last year,
medical device sector,
The Main Market-listed glove maker started
the year on a firm note, with its share price
gaining about 47% since the start of the year.
which cost the company RM12.8 million in
write-offs.
Comfort Gloves trades at 2.46 times its
but more talent needed
The stock has touched a one-year high of 98 net book value.
BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR being competed for among companies in
COMFORT GLOVES BHD Valuation score* 1.20 the industry.
Fundamental score** 2.60 KUALA LUMPUR: As the largest medical What new companies do when they
TTM P/E (x) 11.74 device market in Asean, Malaysia contin- first arrive [in Malaysia] is to take [talent]
TTM PEG (x) 0.03 ues to evolve as a hub for medical device from existing companies. Thats the eas-
P/NAV (x) 2.47 manufacturing, with over 250 companies ier way out and I dont think its the right
in the industry thus far. Yet while the in- thing to do. They do that at the expense of
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
dustry thrives, a shortage of skilled labour creating a problem for themselves later on
Market capitalisation (mil) 533.64 poses a growing problem. because when they increase the salaries it
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 558.79 Better awareness is therefore need- means they are inflating the salaries for no
Beta 0.72 ed to attract the right talent, according reason, said Joshi.
12-month price range 0.63-0.98 to the Association of Malaysian Medical Ammi anticipates 1,446 jobs to be creat-
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation Industries (Ammi). The association was ed by its members this year, adding on to its
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength established in 1989 and currently repre- current member workforce of over 31,000.
& protability sents 63 medical device firms, with two or Nonetheless, its a positive picture, said
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have three companies joining yearly. Joshi. Companies that have been here for
I think most people dont actually un- so long are not moving out, they keep re-
derstand healthcare as an industry, said investing. It shows that [Malaysia] is the
POH HUAT RESOURCES HOLDINGS BHD (-ve) Ammi chairman Hitendra Joshi. They
think that working in the medical device
place for them to be. We just need to keep
increasing the right talent pool, so there is
SHARES in Poh Huat Resources Holdings group in areas of strategic planning, business industry is about the study of biology and enough supply and companies can remain
Bhd (fundamental: 2.1/3, valuation: 2.4/3) development, new ventures, and investment. requires hiring biology graduates, he said. [equally] competitive, he said.
triggered our momentum algorithm last Fri- Poh Huats net profit in the second financial It doesnt. The industry by and large Last week, the association launched its
day for the first time since early this year. quarter ended April 30, 2017 (2QFY17) grew 2.7 employs engineers because we are man- annual Medical Device Industry Outlook
The stock closed four sen or 2.05% higher at times or 174% to RM10.6 million from RM3.88 ufacturers using machines, equipment, Report 2017, revealing that over 70% of its
RM1.99 with a volume of 1.53 million shares million a year earlier, on higher shipping vol- Joshi told The Edge Financial Daily. members expect to invest a total of RM1.4
traded, exceeding its 200-day average volume ume of furniture exported from its Vietnamese The awareness and understanding of billion in the country this year, reflecting
of 362,973 shares. and Malaysian operations. Revenue for the the industry is poor among the student strong investor confidence in the country.
In a statement to Bursa Malaysia, the fur- quarter grew 20% to RM127.65 million from population, said Joshi, who is the head The report also projects a 12% growth
niture maker has redesignated its managing RM106.46 million in 2QFY16. of government affairs and market access in Malaysias medical device exports this
director Tay Kim Huat as group chief executive At the current share price, Poh Huat is trad- for Asia-Pacific at B Braun Medical Indus- year to RM17.74 billion, from RM15.84 bil-
officer, effective June 14. Tay currently leads the ing at 1.6 times its book value. tries Sdn Bhd. lion last year. Over 90% of medical devices
If you ask a student if he wants to join manufactured in Malaysia are for exports,
POH HUAT RESOURCES HOLDINGS BHD Valuation score* 2.40 the medical device industry, he probably with medical gloves accounting for close to
Fundamental score** 2.10 wouldnt be too sure what youre talking 50% of the exports.
TTM P/E (x) 7.27 about, he added. Around 60% of Ammis members are
TTM PEG (x) 0.25 As such, Ammi wants to make it a expected to contribute to this total figure,
P/NAV (x) 1.57 priority to create more awareness, es- similar to the ratio of their RM9.7 billion
pecially among those in academia. Joshi contribution last year.
TTM Dividend yield (%) 3.08
said future graduates should know that At a media briefing last week, the Ma-
Market capitalisation (mil) 416.59 there is a stable career in the industry and laysian Investment Development Authority
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 213.64 that it even contributes to the purpose of (Mida) said for the first half of 2017 (1H17),
Beta 0.75 saving lives. fewer medical device projects were approved
12-month price range 1.46-1.97 The association has started reaching but the total investment value was higher.
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation out to universities and hosting career talks, Sixteen projects worth RM1.95 billion were
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength said Joshi, adding that it wants to see more approved, against 23 projects worth RM1.59
& protability universities implement the medical tech- billion in the 1H16.
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have nology curriculum. The tertiary institu- For the full year, Mida estimates the num-
tions, he said, should also train under- ber of approved projects for the industry to
graduates before they seek employment, match last years 41 projects worth RM2.9
TRC SYNERGY BHD (-ve) which would then save the companys
time and resources.
billion.
Moving forward, Ammi is confident about
SHARES in TRC Synergy Bhd (fundamental: tralia for A$9.66 million (RM32.74 million). We should see professors also being investor prospects for the industry.
1.4/3, valuation: 2/3) triggered our proprie- The proposed sale is expected to give it a net attached to industries, then theyll have a There is already a visible presence of
tary momentum algorithm last Friday. The gain on disposal of about RM4.4 million or real understanding of the industry when successful [medical device] companies in
stock went up three sen or 3.95% to close at one sen per share, TRC Synergy said. they [teach students], said Joshi. Malaysia. That itself would [further] attract
79 sen, with some 18.78 million shares trad- The proceeds from the disposal are expect- Increasing awareness is important for interest from other companies to come to
ed, exceeding its 200-day average volume of ed to be utilised for impending development Ammi as talent pool is the main resource this region, said Joshi.
2.12 million shares. activities by TRCA and/or to finance payments
Recently, TRC Synergy has announced that of bank borrowings, working capital, as well
its wholly-owned subsidiary TRC (Aust) Pty as land related expenses of TRCA.
Ltd (TRCA) is selling a plot of freehold land At the current share price, TRC Synergy is
measuring 3,621 sq m in Melbourne, Aus- trading at 0.95 times its book value.
(From left) Mida
TRC SYNERGY BHD Valuation score* 2.00 deputy chief executive
Fundamental score** 1.40 ocer (CEO) Datuk
TTM P/E (x) 8.97 N Rajendran, Joshi,
TTM PEG (x) 0.18 and Mida CEO Datuk
Azman Mahmud at
P/NAV (x) 0.93
the ocial launch of
TTM Dividend yield (%) 2.50 Ammis Medical Device
Market capitalisation (mil) 365.18 Industry Outlook
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 480.50 Report 2017 last
Beta 0.90 Wednesday. Photo by
12-month price range 0.37-0.76 Kenny Yap
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength
& protability
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have
1 2 P R O P E RT Y M ON DAY AU G U ST 7, 2 0 17 TH E EDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Battle lines redrawn IN BRIEF

MPK records RM14.448m


assessment arrears
KANGAR: The Kangar Munic-
ipal Council (MPK) recorded
Sydney casino war called off amid China crackdown RM14.448 million in property
assessment arrears owed by
homeowners and owners of
BY A N G U S WH I T L EY Bridge. Star, which loses its monopoly flows of Chinese tourists and a local table-game players. business premises until July 4.
in 2019, is pushing on with A$1 bil- population that loses more money The contribution to Crown and State housing and local govern-
SYDNEY: On the shores of Sydney lion of upgrades just a few hundred gambling per head than any country Star from overseas high-stakes gam- ment committee chairman Mat
Harbour, Crown Resorts Ltd and meters across the water. in the world. The risks are equally blers came into focus in October Hassan said MPK had allowed
Star Entertainment Group Ltd are Packer originally won support for apparent, as Crowns new site po- last year when Chinese authorities the property owners with high
creating the most opulent gambling the new casino in Barangaroo with a tentially draws customers from its arrested a group of Crown workers. arrears to make payments in in-
resorts Australia has ever seen, in a pledge to attract mega-rich Chinese Melbourne base, and Star faces com- Since the crackdown, Crown has stalments every month. MPK
A$3 billion (RM10.18 billion) battle of high rollers. But the crackdown on petition for the first time in Sydney. closed almost all its regional mar- also conducts mobile collections
rooftop pools, private gaming rooms promoting gambling in mainland They are both kind of targeting keting offices in Asia that funneled via trucks in residential areas due
and fine dining. China has moved the battle lines, the same customer, said Sudhir big-stakes players to Australia and to high assessment arrears, he
In the citys first casino war, bil- and now Crown looks set on a col- Kale, the Gold Coast, Australia-based sold out of a Macau casino venture. said in reply to a question from
lionaire James Packers Crown is lision course to compete with Star founder of GamePlan Consultants According to Citigroup Inc, Crowns Datuk Ismail Kasim (BN-Tam-
racing to build a A$2 billion six-star for less wealthy blackjack, poker and whos worked on projects for casino share of international high-roller bun Tulang) at the state assem-
hotel and casino by 2021 on prime baccarat players. operators including Crown. Ba- revenue in Australia has plummeted bly sitting. Bernama
real estate on the banks of a protect- The prize for Australias leading rangaroo is going to basically get from more than 70% in 2010 to 39%.
ed inlet west of the Sydney Harbour casino operators is clear: Record into the grind market of Star, the Bloomberg Macau land row rattles
casino bosses ahead
of 2020 licence talks
MACAU: The Macau govern-

UK homebuilders fall on scheme cancellation ment has seized more than 100
plots of land from developers
under a 2013 law it says is in-
tended to root out corruption
BY JACK SIDDERS & and better utilise land. For casi-
SH ARO N SMY TH no executives, the governments
uncompromising position in
LONDON: Britains biggest home- the land disputes is a flavour of
builders fell in London trading the uncompromising attitude
after Property Week reported that they expect to face when they
the government could cancel a negotiate to renew their gaming
programme that provides five-year licences, which start to expire
interest-free home loans. in 2020. Its really a warning
A spokesman for the Depart- sign that the government is not
ment for Communities and Local backing down for the casino
Government (DCLG) said by email concessions, said a senior ca-
that its incorrect to infer from a re- sino executive. Reuters
view of Help to Buy that the gov-
ernment is considering cancelling RAM assigns preliminary
it early. The DCLG is considering all rating to IGB REIT
options for the Help to Buy scheme KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rat-
when it runs out in 2021, as it said ing Services Bhd has assigned
in a policy document in February, a preliminary rating of AAA/
but it didnt tell Property Week that Stable to IGB REIT Capital Sdn
the scheme could be wound down Bhds proposed RM1.2 billion
or replaced before then, he said. first tranche medium-term note
The FTSE 350 Household (MTN). In a statement last Friday,
Goods & Home Construction RAM said this was the first MTN
Index fell as much as 2% after issuance under the issuers RM5
Property Week reported that a ping as much as 6.9% and Barratt Home values have surged Help to Buy programme in 2013, billion MTN programme. IGB
government review could lead Developments plc fell as much about 86% since 2009, pricing providing guarantees that allow REIT Capital was incorporated
to Help to Buy ending before the as 5.6%, the most since October. many young buyers out of the people to buy a home costing as by IGB Real Estate Investment
expiry date. Persimmon plc was Homebuilder shares rallied fol- market, according to Hometrack. much as 600,000 with a down Trust to facilitate its fundrais-
the worst-performing stock on the lowing the government response Rising costs prompted the UK payment of as little as 5%. ing exercise via the MTN pro-
benchmark FTSE 100 Index, drop- to the Property Week report. government to announce the Bloomberg gramme. Bernama
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S C A L L 13

CIMB expected Minimal earnings impact on


Sunway from Sunway Clio disposal

to achieve
Sunway Bhd bring down the net gearing of Sun-
(Aug 4, RM4.34) way. The net gearing of Sunway is
Maintain neutral with an un- expected to climb above 0.54 times
changed target price (TP) of from 0.47 times in 2QFY17 follow-

better earnings
RM4.25: Sunway Bhd announced ing a slew of land acquisitions ear-
that it had entered into a sale and lier this year with a total purchase
purchase agreement to dispose of consideration of more than RM500
Sunway Clio to Sunway REIT for million. Sunway intends to utilise
RM340 million. Sunway had also RM275 million or 81% of the pro-
entered into a hotel-lease agree- ceeds from the disposal for repay-
ment with Sunway REIT to lease ment of borrowings. We estimate
back Sunway Clio for an initial the net gearing of Sunway to be
term of 10 years. The asset dis- contained at around 0.5 times post
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd CIMB Group Holdings Bhd posal is expected to complete in disposal of Sunway Clio.
(Aug 4, RM6.62) the fourth quarter of financial year Core earnings impact from the
Maintain buy with an unchanged FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017E 2018E 2019E 2017 (4QFY17). disposal is minimal. We estimate
target price (TP) of RM7.50. The Total income 15,394.7 15,916.0 16,342.8 16,974.4 17,636.4
Sunway Clio is located within the an interest cost savings of around
financial year 2017 (FY17) to FY18E township of Sunway City, in close RM13 million to be largely offset
PPOP 6,146.8 7,413.6 8,014.3 8,317.4 8,633.1
earnigns per share (EPS) remain proximity to Sunway Resort Ho- by the lease payment for Sunway
unchanged. We expect a progres- Pre-tax profit 3,914.0 4,884.1 6,258.8 6,401.0 6,734.9 tel & Spa. Sunway Clio is a 19-sto- Clio. Overall, we raised our net in-
sive improvement in CIMB Group Net profit 2,849.5 3,564.2 4,671.0 4,775.3 5,023.2 rey four-star rated hotel with 401 come forecast for financial year
Holdings Bhds net profits in the EPS (sen) 33.6 41.0 51.7 51.1 52.0 rooms. Sunway Clio also has 88,384 2018 (FY18) by 4.9% after taking
second quarter of FY17 (2QFY17) Core net profit 3,411.0 3,414.2 4,671.0 4,775.3 5,023.2 sq ft of retail space. Construction into account a disposal gain of
with no major downside surpris- Core EPS (sen) 40.2 39.3 51.7 51.1 52.0 of Sunway Clio was completed on RM29.4m. Nevertheless, our core
es. We believe that the group is Core EPS growth (%) 5.7 (2.4) 31.7 (1.2) 1.8
Feb 12, 2016 with an estimated total net income estimates remained
on track to achieve, at least, a 31% development cost at RM303.2 mil- unchanged as we treat fair value
Core PER (x) 16.4 16.8 12.8 12.9 12.7
year-on-year (y-o-y) rebound in lion. Sunway is expected to recog- gain as an one-off item.
FY17E net profit, as CIMB Niagas ROE (%) 7.3 8.3 10.0 9.6 9.6 nise a gain of RM29.4 million from We maintain neutral with our
asset quality stabilises while at the BVPS (RM) 4.81 5.11 5.24 5.37 5.49 the disposal. target price for Sunway at RM4.25,
group level, the focus remains on PBV (x) 1.37 1.29 1.26 1.23 1.20 We are positive on the disposal based on sum-of-parts valuation.
boosting operating income and Net DPS (sen) 14.0 20.0 22.9 24.3 25.0 as we think that it is timely to help MIDF Research, Aug 4
achieving the operating targets of Dividend yield (%) 2.1 3.1 3.5 3.7 3.8
CIR of less than 50% and a return Affin/Consensus (x) 1.0 0.94 0.9
on equity (ROE) of 15%. Other re- Sunway Bhd
Sources: Company, Affin Hwang estimates
rating catalysts include operational
synergies from the joint venture FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2014A 2015A 2016A 2017F 2018F
with China Galaxy and a revival of The managements guidance re- Reiterate buy on CIMB, with an Revenue 4,558.1 4,448.4 4,725.9 4,907.4 5,379.6
capital market activities. mained unchanged for FY17 loan unchanged 12-month TP of RM7.50, Core Ebit 609.8 546.6 726.9 653.7 687.7
CIMBs management has turned growth, targeting 7%, with the an- based on a target price-to-book val- Core PBT 810.1 788.7 820.5 821.0 871.9
more optimistic about this years ticipation of a stronger pipeline in ue of 1.4 times (underlying assump- Net income 734.0 732.4 585.9 555.6 633.0
net interest margin (NIM) guid- the second half of 2017 (2HFY17) tions: FY18E ROE of 9.6% and 8.3% Core net income 583.9 590.7 547.4 555.6 603.6
ance, with expectations that it will arising from capital expenditure in cost of equity). Overall, we remain
EPS (sen) 42.6 41.8 28.4 27.0 30.7
be flat, y-o-y (2016 NIM of 2.63%). the corporate sector (non-govern- optimistic about CIMBs prospects,
The revised guidance came on the ment-related) such as healthcare, as implied by our assumptions for Core EPS (sen) 33.9 33.7 26.6 27.0 29.3
back of CIMB Niagas stronger NIM education, utilities and logistics. FY17-19E: i) fund-based income Net DPS (sen) 11.00 38.00 12.14 12.40 13.47
in 2QFY17, a more robust corporate It remains cautious about the growth of 5-6% pa based on a loan Net dividend yield (%) 2.5 8.8 2.8 2.9 3.1
current account, savings account overall credit recovery in 2HFY17 growth of 6.3-7%; ii) steady NIM at Core PER 12.76 12.82 16.27 16.03 14.75
growth and mortgage-repricing of due to the high credit cost emanat- 2.63-2.66%; iii) a potential decline NTA/share (RM) 3.44 3.74 3.62 3.76 3.93
25 basis points (bps) on selective ing from CIMB Niagas small and of 29% y-o-y in FY17E impaired loan P/NTA 1.26 1.15 1.19 1.15 1.10
accounts. There are no changes to medium enterprises portfolio, some allowances (credit cost at 56bps).
Core ROE (%) 9.8 9.0 7.3 7.2 7.5
our assumptions for FY17 to FY19E specific corporate accounts and the Downside risks are further dete-
as we have already factored this into auto and credit card books in retail rioration in asset quality and NIM Core ROA (%) 4.5 3.7 2.9 2.9 3.1
our existing forecasts (upgraded banking. CIMB maintains a FY17E pressure. Affin Hwang Investment Net gearing (x) 0.30 0.50 0.45 0.44 0.46
since April). credit cost expectation of 60-65bps. Bank Research, Aug 4 Sources: Company, MIDF Research estimates

Steady sales seen to support Yee Lees aerosol can unit


Yee Lee Corp Bhd 13% from its last traded price. Yee Lee Corp Bhd
(Aug 4, RM2.41) We like Yee Lee for i) steady A compound
Initiate coverage on Yee Lee with growth in aerosol can manufac- FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015A 2016A 2017F 2018F 2019F CAGR (%)
an outperform call and a target turing; ii) trading strength F&B and
annual growth rate
Revenue 799.2 1,057.8 1,156.0 1,239.1 1,338.6 13.8
price (TP) of RM2.72: Yee Lee Corp household products distribution; of 9% seen to be Pre-tax profit 41.5 56.5 60.9 66.0 72.5 15.0
Bhd is synonymous with high qual- and iii) synergy of own brands with driven by both the Net profit 31.9 44.5 47.5 51.5 56.6 15.4
ity oil brands such as Helang and distributorship.
Vesawit, produced through operat- In the year up to May, the
groups manufacturing EPS (sen) 17.3 23.6 25.2 27.4 30.1 14.8
ing a palm oil refinery and palm oil monthly data for sales of pesticides and trading divisions. PER (x) 13.9 10.2 9.5 8.8 8.0
mill. Of note is its distributorship of and the paint industry has shown Dividend yield (%) 1.5 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9
more than 50 brands, mostly food an average year-on-year growth Debt to equity (x) 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1
and beverages (F&B) and house- of 6% and 25% respectively. We ROA (%) 3.8 4.8 5.0 5.1 5.3
hold products. It has been in the believe the consistent and steady ROE (%) 6.1 7.7 7.7 7.8 8.0
business for 49 years. sales will continue to support de- house this year. This will add anoth- NTA/Share (RM) 2.7 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.7
Yee Lee also manufactures pack- mand for the aerosol can segment. er 23,000-sq ft capacity to its exist-
aging materials, including aerosol Going forward, about RM13 million ing storage space of about 480,000 Price to NTA (x) 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7
cans and corrugated carton box- to RM14 million capital expenditure sq ft, which will enable Yee Lee to Sources: Company, PublicInvest Research estimates

es, and markets and distributes is allocated for Yee Lees aerosol store more products in supporting
fast-moving consumer products. can segment. Yee Lee is investing future growth. Currently, Yee Lee We derive our 12-month tar- valued at 16 times price earnings
Over the next three years, we are in new printing machine, which owns a distribution network of 16 get price of RM2.72 based on the (PE), but as Yee Lee is not market
looking at a compound annual should enable them to offer pre- distribution centres across major sum-of-parts valuation method. leader, it does not command such a
growth rate of 9%, driven by both mium-quality print to customers towns in Peninsular and East Ma- For Yee Lees manufacturing, we high valuation. Hence, the trading
the manufacturing and trading di- while reducing wastages and im- laysia, which supply for a customer have applied a price-earnings ra- segment is given a multiple of 10
visions. proving printing efficiency. base of about 33,000, ranging from tio of eight times to the segments times PE. As for its stake in Spritzer,
We initiate coverage on Yee Lee Yee Lee is shifting its Kota Baru large hypermarkets and supermar- financial year 2018 (FY18F) contri- we have ascribed a conservative
with an outperform call and a TP distribution centre from a rented kets to sundry shops and conven- butions, taking into consideration PE of 13 times. PublicInvest Re-
of RM2.72, implying an upside of warehouse to its own new ware- ience stores. its peers. Our coverage of DKSH is search, Aug 4
14 B R O K E R S C A L L M ON DAY AU G U ST 7, 2 0 17 TH E EDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Lower order Purchase of Sunway Clio a positive


for Sunway REIT

book recognition
Sunway Real Estate Invest- income on top of the guaranteed
ment Trust income will be retained by Sun-
(Aug 4, RM1.71) way REIT, further enhancing the
Maintain hold recommenda- attractiveness of the acquisition.
tion with an unchanged target After the expiry of the guar-
price of RM1.70: Sunway Real anteed rental period, rental con-

expected for MHB


Estate Investment Trust (Sunway tribution from the property will
REIT) has entered into sale and be based on the minimum rent
purchase agreements for the ac- (about RM8.23 million) or vari-
quisition of Sunway Clio property able rent (20% gross operating
for a total purchase consideration revenue plus 70% net operating
of RM340 million (subjected to profit), whichever is higher.
valuation adjustment) from Sun- In addition, the acquisition
way Bhd. will provide long-term income
Malaysia Marine and Heavy Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd The property comprises a contribution as the hotel lease
Engineering Holdings Bhd 19-storey, 401-room four-star has 10 years tenure with a re-
(Aug 4, 70 sen) FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016 2017F 2018F 2019F hotel (Sunway Clio Hotel), 88,000 newal option for another 10 years.
Maintain hold recommenda- Revenue 1,191.3 970.6 1,031.5 1,150.6 sq ft of three-storey retail lots Going forward, we believe the
tion with a lower fair value (FV) Core net profit 13.8 (48.7) (23.1) 16.3 (Sunway Pyramid West) and a performance of the hotel will im-
of 78 sen from RM1: The lower FD core EPS (sen) 0.9 (3.0) (1.4) 1.0
multistorey car park. prove as the hotel matures and
FV is achieved by increasing the The proposed acquisition of benefits from operating synergies
discount to Malaysia Marine and FD core EPS growth (%) (93.1) (452.9) (52.6) (170.5) the property is expected to be with Sunway REITs other proper-
Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhds Consensus net profit - 22.1 49.3 72.0 completed by the fourth quar- ties located within Sunway City.
(MHB) financial year 2017 forecast PER (x) 82.3 nm nm 69.8 ter of 2017. The acquisition will be fully
(FY17F) book value from 40% to EV/Ebitda (x) 5.4 59.7 26.0 15.2 We are positive on the news as funded by existing debt facili-
50%, given the groups losses and ROE (%) (5.2) (1.9) (0.9) 0.7 the vendor will provide a guar- ties, and its net gearing ratio will
potential impairment provisions Net gearing (%) nm nm 2.9 8.7 anteed rental income of RM20.23 increase from 34.7% to 37.9%.
towards year end. Sources: AmInvestment Bank, company report
million for a period of four years Based on our estimates, the
We are now projecting MHB to post acquisition, which translates acquisition is expected to in-
register a loss of RM49 million in into a net yield of about 5.95% crease our financial year 2018
FY17 and RM23 million in FY18, jects, together with ramping-up tion of RM36 million of change vis--vis its current yield of about earnings per unit and distribu-
versus earlier profit estimates due revenue recognition from its on- orders arising from the finalisation 5.3%. Sunway Clio Hotel is new tion per unit forecasts by about
to lower order book recognition going jobs. of completed projects involving the (1.5 years) and needs time to be 2%. Hong Leong Investment
and lower gross profit margins. MHBs yard utilisation is ex- Malikai tension leg platform, F12 mature. Moreover, any additional Bank Research, Aug 4
Likewise, MHBs FY19F earnings pected to remain below 50% until Kumang, Besar, Bergading and Ba-
have been cut by 16%. the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18), ronia structures. These change or-
The significant forecast revisions when the RM1 billion Bokor central ders and higher marine jobs drove Sunway Real Estate Investment Trust
stem from the groups first-half processing platform project, expect- a 9% q-o-q increase in revenue to
(1HFY17) core net loss of RM13 mil- ed to be completed in 2Q20, has RM257 million. FYE JUNE (RM MIL) 2016A 2017E 2018F 2019F
lion (excluding unrealised foreign reached the steel-cutting thresh- Given that the group does not Revenue 507.0 531.1 568.5 590.7
exchange losses of RM18 million) old. Hence, we expect the groups account for any profit contribution NPI 373.9 384.5 412.0 427.7
being worse than expectations, ver- 2HFY17 losses to widen. As the until its projects have reached the Net invest income 447.4 391.7 416.0 431.7
sus our earlier FY17F net profit of group has not secured any sub- 50% completion stage, the Bokor
Normalised PAT 323.7 266.8 287.9 300.9
RM25 million and the consensus stantial orders over the past three job, which accounts for 63% of
RM22 million. The group did not months, MHBs outstanding order MHBs outstanding order book, is EPU (sen) 8.9 9.1 9.8 10.2
declare any interim dividend as book has dropped by 24% quar- unlikely to significantly contrib- EPU growth (%) 8.2 1.7 7.9 4.5
expected due to the losses. ter-on-quarter (q-o-q) from RM2.1 ute to the groups weak FY17 and Norm PER (x) 19.2 18.9 17.5 16.7
Recall that on April 27, we fore- billion to RM1.6 billion 1.6 times FY18 earnings prospects. Hence, EV/ Ebitda (x) 20.5 20.3 19.2 18.6
warned that MHB is likely to regis- FY17F revenue. the stock currently trades at a fair DPU (sen) 9.2 9.1 9.8 10.3
ter an FY17 loss unless the group Sequentially, MHBs 2QFY17 price-to-book value ratio of 0.5 Distb yield (%) 5.4 5.3 5.7 6.0
continues to significantly reduce core loss widened to RM8 million times due to the likelihood of fur-
BVPS (RM) 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.4
its operating costs and is able to q-o-q from RM5 million due to ther operating losses from the up-
recognise change orders of up to higher operational costs and de- stream sectors slow project roll- P/B (x) 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2
RM50 million for completed pro- preciation, despite the recogni- outs. AmInvesment Bank, Aug 4 Source: HLIB Research

F&N sees exports as sales growth driver


Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd to lift export sales to RM800 million
(Aug 4, RM24.74) by calendar year 2020 (CY20), but
Maintain hold call with an un- we think that it could easily achieve
changed target price (TP) of
F&N will leverage FYE SEPT (RM MIL) 2015A 2016A 2017F 2018F 2019F
the goal before this. One of the key
Revenue 4,108 4,168 4,363 4,559 4,762
RM23.20: Fraser & Neave Holdings on its halal status to Operating Ebitda 379.4 498.6 575.2 606.4 631.9 growth drivers of export sales would
Bhds (F&N) third quarter of finan- gain orders from the Net profit 234.3 385.4 388.4 408.5 428.2
be F&N leveraging on its halal sta-
cial year 2017 (3QFY17) revenue tus to gain orders from the Middle
declined 6.1% year-on-year (y-o-y)
Middle East market. Core EPS (RM) 0.66 0.98 1.09 1.15 1.20 East market, which would enable
to RM1 billion, while core net profit Core EPS growth (%) 36.5 49.2 11.1 5.2 4.8 the group to expand its export dis-
slid 15.8% y-o-y to RM80.2 million. FD core PER (x) 37.70 25.27 22.74 21.62 20.63 tribution network.
This brought nine-month (9MFY17) DPS (RM) 0.56 0.58 0.76 0.80 0.84 We make no changes to our
core net profit to RM313.8 million Dividend yield (%) 2.28 2.32 3.08 3.24 3.39 FY17 to FY19 earnings per share
(stripping out foreign exchange ing of its Malaysian business that EV/ebitda (X) 22.59 17.04 14.87 13.90 13.10 forecasts. We maintain our hold
losses of RM10.1 million), which saw revenue drop by 14% y-o-y to call with an unchanged discount-
P/FCFE (x) 40.59 24.88 39.13 21.14 19.33
was within expectations, at 81% RM592.5 million due to lacklustre ed cash flow-based TP of RM23.20.
of our and 78% of the consensus sales during the Hari Raya festive Net gearing (%) (6.0) (8.8) (5.4) (10.3) (15.7) The stock now trades at 21 times
full-year forecasts. We deem this season (weak consumer sentiment), P/BV (x) 4.71 4.44 4.20 3.97 3.75 CY18 forecast price-earnings ra-
in line as 4Q is usually the weakest compounded by intense pricing ROE (%) 13.1 18.1 19.0 18.9 18.7 tio, broadly in line with its histor-
quarter of the year due to a lack of competition in the soft drinks seg- CIMB/consensus EPS (x) 0.98 0.93 0.87 ical five-year mean. We think that
seasonal festivities. As expected, no ment. Sources: Company data, CIMB forecasts this is justified, given the groups
dividend was declared for 3QFY17. Its 9MFY17 earnings before inter- strong brand name, market lead-
F&Ns F&B Thailand unit expe- est and tax (Ebit) dropped 8.5% y-o-y ership position in the domestic
rienced a revenue growth of 6.9% to RM335.9 million. F&B Malaysia its Ebit fall by 2.4% y-o-y to RM52.8 points y-o-y to 7.9%. ready-to-drink market and good
y-o-y to RM448.6 million, despite saw its 9MFY17 Ebit plunge 61.3% million for 9MFY17, due to higher Exports now make up more than historical earnings track record. Key
lower sales volumes as a favourable y-o-y due to an increase in raw ma- raw material costs, partly mitigated 10% of F&Ns total revenue, and the upside/downside risks to our call
ringgit/Thai baht rate and higher terial costs (particularly for sugar) by cautious and lower trade spend- company has identified exports as are significant decreases/increases
export-boosted revenue. Howev- and higher restructuring costs. The ing. Overall, F&Ns 3QFY17 Ebit the groups main sales growth driver in key raw material prices. CIMB
er, this was offset by softer show- groups F&B Thailand unit also saw margin declined by 2.2% percentage for the next few years. F&N targets Research, Aug 4
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
H O M E 15

Najib: Rise with the Common


language eludes
Asean members

nation for SEA Games in South China


Sea dispute
MANILA: Southeast Asian na-
tions were battling yesterday to
find a compromise on how to
He asks the people to do this with the Negaraku spirit deal with Chinese expansion-
ism in the South China Sea, with
Cambodia lobbying hard for
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister spirit in support of KL2017 and The torch was then carried ers participated in the 5.2km run. Beijing, diplomats said.
Datuk Seri Najib Razak called on the Malaysian athletes compet- through the grounds of Traders Among the participants were Asean foreign ministers
Malaysians to show support for ing in it. Hotel where Najib handed it to former national gymnastics queen failed to release a joint state-
the upcoming 29th SEA Games The Peugeot 208 car was con- his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Man- Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, national si- ment as scheduled on Saturday
here (KL2017) through a Negaraku tributed by Naza Group so that the sor, and both continued the run lat athlete Mohd Al Jufferi Jamari evening, and tense follow-up
Bangkit Bersama message, which public could write their messages towards Menara Naza. and former national badminton negotiations the next morning
he wrote on the pledge car after on the body of the car to demon- Upon reaching Menara Naza, ace, Foo Kok Keong. could still not end the stand-off,
completing his torch run yester- strate their support. the torch was handed over to Naza After Menara Naza, the torch two diplomats involved in the
day morning in the run-up to the The KL2017 Torch Run started Group executive chairman and CEO, was taken towards Menara KL, talks told AFP.
biennial games. at 9am when the prime minister SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin. passing through several locations China claims nearly all of
Najib who did his run from the received the torch from Petroliam Federal Territories Minister here before being taken to Putra- the South China Sea, including
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) Nasional Bhd (Petronas) chief ex- Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Teng- jaya and then to its last destina- waters approaching the coasts
grounds to Menara Naza in Per- ecutive officer (CEO) Datuk Wan ku Mansor and Youth and Sports tion, the National Stadium in Bukit of Asean members Vietnam,
siaran KLCC, urged the people to Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin at the grounds Minister Khairy Jamaluddin and Jalil for the opening of KL2017. the Philippines, Malaysia and
rise together with the Negaraku of the Petronas Twin Towers. their respective wives and 250 oth- Bernama Brunei.
The tense talks came after
Vietnam, which also claims
parts of the strategically vital
I have a great sea, insisted that tough language
be inserted into the statement
rapport with DPM expressing concern over Chi-
nese land reclamation in the
and PM, says contested waters.
Hisham Cambodia, one of Chinas
strongest allies within Asean,
had firmly resisted, according
KANGAR: UMNO vice-president Da- to the diplomats involved in the
tuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said talks in the Philippine capital,
yesterday he had a good and strong as well as an excerpt of a pro-
rapport with Deputy Prime Minister posed Cambodian resolution
Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi obtained by AFP yesterday.
and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib
Razak and any effort by the opposi-
tion to make them fight with each But the Philippines
other will not work. is trying very hard to
I have a great rapport with them.
Theres a serious responsibility en- broker compromise
trusted on us to look after the party language.
and the government and we will not
allow any quarter to cause discord
among ourselves, he told reporters
after opening the Kangar Umno di- Vietnam is adamant and
visions delegates conference here China is effectively using Cam-
yesterday. Also present was the Kan- bodia to champion its interests,
gar Umno division chief, Datuk Seri one of the diplomats said.
Azlan Man, who is also Perlis men- But the Philippines is trying
teri besar. very hard to broker compromise
Hishammuddin said more Umno language.
leaders would suffer political attacks NATIONAL SPIRIT ...Employees of the Public Works Department in the Batu Pahat district erecting a display board for the China has in recent years ex-
launched by the opposition. slogan of Negaraku Sehati Sejiwa on the roof of their oce in preparation for National Month 2017 celebrations. Photo by Bernama panded its presence in the sea
My advice is, do not respond, but by building artificial islands,
[sometimes] we just could not keep which are capable of holding
silent, we have to answer, he said. military bases.

Set up advisory body for


He agreed with the call for former While senior officials pressed
prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mo- on with negotiations on the sea
hamad to be investigated just as he dispute yesterday, Asean foreign

Agong, Council of Rulers


had called for investigations to be car- ministers went into a round of
ried out on other government leaders. separate meetings with their
On Saturday, Ahmad Zahid said counterparts from China, the US
he was willing to be investigated by and other Asia-Pacific nations.
the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com- Asean and China were due to
mission (MACC) following Mahathirs PUTRAJAYA: A structural manage- There should be a body that can be divided into two and not focus approve a framework for a code
allegation that he (Ahmad Zahid) ment body comprising experts in advise the ruler so that they can ful- on religion alone. of conduct here yesterday on
had RM230 million in his bank ac- Islamic religious and current so- ly exercise their powers, he said at In a proceedings paper entitled how to deal with the sea dispute.
count in 1996. cio-economic affairs should be a dialogue session in conjunction Malaysian Constitution: Role and Analysts have cautioned not
Ahmad Zahid then called on the established as adviser to the Yang with the Strengthening National Jurisdiction of the Rulers, he said to place too much significance
MACC to investigate the amount of di-Pertuan Agong and the Council Pillar: Towards A More Tangible the power and highest roles held on the agreement on a frame-
assets owned by the former prime of Rulers. Will convention here yesterday. by the rulers as enshrined in the work. They say it came 15 years
minister and his family. The proposal was made by the At the state level, Abdul Aziz federal constitution and states, after negotiations on the issue
Mahathir recently raised the issue chairman of the Panel of Consult- said the religious councils func- as well as in national legislation, first began.
of the asset declaration that Ahmad ants for Ummah Unity, National tion which now focuses only on were not understood by the people. Diplomats said they were
Zahid had made when he was ap- Dakwah Council, Tan Sri Dr Ab- religion should also be divided into As there are not many activities still hoping the joint Asean
pointed Umno Youth head, including dul Aziz Abdul Rahman, who said two, namely religious affairs and portraying the rulers or situations statement meant to be released
having RM230 million in his bank ac- that currently, there is no specific socio-economic affairs of Muslims. in which they wield their powers, on Saturday would be agreed
count. Mahathir, however, said he did advisory body for both the insti- He said, based on his study, the the people have no chance to ob- on before all the other meet-
not have any documented evidence tutions that formed the backbone role of the ruler as the states Is- serve or be concerned about this, ings hosted by the bloc end
of these claims. Bernama of the country. lamic religious leader should also he said. Bernama tomorrow. AFP
16 H O M E M ON DAY AU G U ST 7, 2 0 17 TH E EDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Southern region blueprint Cross-country


cycling journey
to promote

to drive Peraks economy


unity, unearth
stories of hope
KUALA LUMPUR: Armed with
a spirit of promoting unity,
about 40 cyclists embarked
The plans include an auto sector in Muallim, a new airport, upgrading Lumut Port on the first leg (57km) of a
journey across the country,
making their first pit stop at
KUALA LUMPUR: The Perak gov- hesive development for the state He said among the main devel- sidelined), he said. IOI City Mall in Putrajaya.
ernment has formulated a 20-year of Perak. We want to develop and opment plans include developing Zambry said the initiative to de- The Projek57 Unity Ride,
master plan that will drive eco- industrialise Perak. the automotive sector in Muallim, velop the southern region of Perak which was flagged off from
nomic development in the state In terms of economic impact, a new district created in Perak, up- received the full support from the Dataran Merdeka here yes-
with a development value of up to the developments will stimulate grading the Lumut Port and build- Northern Corridor Implementation terday morning, will consist
RM30 billion. Peraks economy by some RM20 ing a new airport near Ipoh. Agency which recently agreed to of nine legs across the pen-
Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri billion to RM30 billion in total, Besides that, the master plan broaden its region up to the Hilir insula, Sabah and Sarawak.
Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir said the he told Bernama in an interview also has thrusts to propel the de- Perak district. With the upcoming Merde-
master plan known as Southern recently. velopment of other industries such He was confident that the mas- ka and Malaysia Day celebra-
Development Corridor 2017-2037 Zambry said the planning of the as agriculture, education and ship- ter plan for the region, located near tions, the cyclists will travel
involves development projects cov- master plan was formulated inclu- ping, he said. the Klang Valley, would be able to nationwide until Sept 16, with
ering Muallim district to Bagan sively by focusing on areas with We want sustainable devel- generate jobs in various economic an aim to unearth stories of
Datuk. potential which had received less opment in line with the states activities, as well as attract investor hope, unity, bonds and rela-
With this master plan, we are attention in terms of development slogan Tiada Tertinggal, Tiada interest, both local and foreign. tionships among Malaysians.
able to plan a better and more co- such as Bagan Datuk. Terpinggir (None left out, none Bernama We are inspired by the vi-
sion of our first prime minister
Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra
Al-Haj, who said, Our future
Anifah holds depends on how well many
different kinds of people can
TN50 dialogue live and work together.
Unity is something we
in Manila cannot take for granted. We
live in a beautiful country and
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Min- subconsciously whether we
ister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman realise it or not, we love our
held a National Transformation diversity, Projek57 founder
2050 (TN50) dialogue with Ma- Syed Sadiq Albar told Ber-
laysians in Manila on Saturday. nama during the launching
Wisma Putra said in a state- event.
ment yesterday the event was The cyclists were flagged
the second TN50 dialogue by off in front of the Sultan Ab-
the minister involving Malay- dul Samad Building here by
sians abroad, with the first be- former Land Public Transport
ing held in London on July 7. Commission chairman Tan Sri
According to the statement, Dr Syed Hamid Syed Jaafar
the event was warmly received Albar and Eco World Devel-
and attended by more than 70 opment Group Bhd (EcoW-
Malaysians currently residing orld) executive director Liew
in the Philippines in which par- Tian Xiong.
ticipants engaged in a robust Projek57 was founded by
discussion and shared their Syed Sadiq and Collin Swee
aspirations for Malaysias fu- in August 2015 to promote
ture. The participants shared unity in the country by vari-
their aspirations for the people ous fun-filled activities.
in 2050, to embrace a national BIKE AND RIDE ... Participants of the Prasarana Malaysia Bhd cycling team using the light rail transit (LRT) during the A cyclist, Loo Chin Jun,
identity as Malaysians, while at launching of the Bike and Ride programme at the Bandaraya LRT station in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Under the programme, cyclists 38, who took part in the Unity
the same time preserving the can take full-sized bicycles onto the LRT on the rst and third Sundays of the month from 6am to 10am for the Kuala Lumpur car-free Ride, hoped to see the whole
various cultures in a multi-eth- morning event. Photo by Bernama of Malaysia united through
nic fabric. such events. I just would like
The participants also empha- to see people come together,
sised the importance of having forget about their skin col-
an inclusive national programme our, and focus on making our
and policies which will not be
based on racial division, it said.
The statement said the is-
Civil Defence Force wants more country stronger through the
elements of unity, said Loo,
a media practitioner.
sues pertaining to conserva-
tion of the environment, im-
provement of rural healthcare
civil servants to volunteer The event is expected to
see the participation of some
100 cyclists from different
facilities, transparent media re- states throughout the coun-
porting as well as balanced and SINTOK, Kedah: The Civil Defence [to register new volunteers], but achieve the target to register two try, including Kampar in Per-
positive family development Force (APM) is looking to attract we have some restrictions in terms million members by end of this ak, Penang, and Kota Tinggi,
were also raised as key features more volunteers among civil serv- of manpower. year and three million next year. Johor.
to be included in the new trans- ants to increase the strength of the Once we have registered them, we We have the second highest Projek57 Unity Ride is held
formation programme. These force which now has 1.4 million will plan our strategies to face disas- membership after Rela (Peoples in partnership with EcoW-
TN50 dialogues are part of the members nationwide. ters and the monsoon season, he told Volunteer Corps). Now, we call on orld. Allianz Malaysia Bhd
initiative under the National Minister in the Prime Ministers reporters after opening the commis- volunteers, either from charity or- and Touch n Go Sdn Bhd,
Blue Ocean Strategy, with An- Department Datuk Seri Dr Shahidan sioning ceremony of the Student Civil ganisations or religious bodies, to alongside 16 affiliate partners.
ifah appointed as the segment Kassim said the effort is to ensure that Defence (Sispa) Corps of Institutions also register as APM volunteers, so For more information on
leader to spearhead the TN50 the force would be fully prepared for of Higher Learning 2017 at Universiti that they can be trained with some the Unity Ride Campaign and
engagements with the Malay- emergencies, especially in facing nat- Utara Malaysia here yesterday. rescuing skills and knowledge, the Projek57, visit www.projek57.
sian diaspora. ural disasters, such as floods which Shahidan, who is also chairman minister said. com, www.unityride.com.my
Prime Minister Datuk Seri occur during the monsoon season be- of the National Security Council, In his speech earlier, Shahidan or the Projek57 Facebook page
Najib Razak announced TN50 tween October and February. Right said the APM had managed to reg- also proposed for Sispa Corps to at www.facebook.com/pro-
as the new vision for Malaysia now, the APM, through its senior ister over 400,000 new members be renamed APM Undergraduate jek57 and Instagram at www.
in October 2016 when tabling officers, is waiting to enter govern- over the past few months and that Corps to make it more identifiable instagram.com/projek57.
Budget 2017 . Bernama ment departments and agencies he was confident the force could by the public. Bernama Bernama
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
COMMENT 17

Macroeconomic risks for oil


Such hazards will become progressively more important in 2019 and 2020
BY JOHN KEMP Weve never been any good at the first half of 2017, with private The US economy has expand- For the US Federal Reserve and
predicting these cycles, neither when equity investors, shale producers ed for 98 months, since hitting a most other major central banks, the
they occur nor their duration. We and hedge funds all trying to antici- trough in June 2009, according to question is not whether to tighten
dont spend a lot of time even trying, pate a cyclical recovery and pushing the National Bureau of Economic monetary conditions, which remain

T
Rex Tillerson observed in 2016, when drilling rates and oil prices too high. Researchs Business Cycle Dating very accommodative, but how soon
he global oil industry he was still chief executive of Exxon. The result has been an inevitable Committee and how aggressively.
now appears to be in the How the future is going to look, setback, with oil prices falling from The cyclical business expansion It is not safe to project current
early stages of a cyclical we take no particular view on it, their peak in February, rig counts is already the third longest on re- economic and financial conditions
expansion which is like- other than to recognise that what- apparently reaching a temporary cord and will become the longest unchanged into the future without
ly to see prices rise over ever it is today it will be different plateau, and more cautious posi- if the economy is still expanding recognising the economy is subject
the next few years, slow- sometime in the future, and after tioning from hedge fund managers. in July 2019, surpassing the long to almost as much cyclical variabil-
ly at first but then accelerating later. that it will be different again. The long-term cyclical recov- boom of the 1990s. ity as the oil industry itself.
Deep and long cycles in oil prices Price predictions have proved a ery is likely to see more of these There is a lively debate among So any medium-term forecast
have been the defining characteristic regular graveyard for the reputations mini-cycles, as oil prices, capital economists about whether business for the oil industry must take into
of the industry since the 1860s (Crude of even the most skilled oil analysts. investment, hedge fund positions cycles die of natural causes (be- account the increasing probability
volatility: the history and the future of But with the oil industry just and drilling expand unsustainably cause of accumulating imbalances of a slowdown if not a recession in
boom-bust oil prices, McNally, 2017). emerging from the deepest slump and then fall back. in investment, inventories and fi- the advanced economies towards
The boom-bust cycle which start- in a generation, cyclical positioning The basic trajectory, however, nancial markets) or are murdered the end of the decade.
ed in late 1998, with prices briefly be- strongly suggests that prices are should remain one of a long cycli- by policymakers to control inflation It is an open question whether a
low US$10 per barrel, and was only more likely to move higher rather cal upswing over the next few years. or as a result of policymaking errors. cyclical downturn in the advanced
briefly interrupted by the recession than lower in the next few years. Moreover, the expansion phase economies would spill over into
of 2008/09, ended in January 2016, The industrys costs, which have Business cycle of business cycles seems to have developing economies that now
with prices briefly below US$28. always been pro-cyclical, are also The principal medium-term risk been getting longer, perhaps be- account for more than half of global
In the 18 months since then, the likely to rise as the slack carried over comes from the global economy, cause businesses are getting better oil demand.
industry has returned to an expan- from the downturn is absorbed and with the increasing probability of at managing investment plans and But in an integrated global trad-
sion phase, with a gradual increase the supply chain tightens. a recession in the advanced econ- inventories, or because policymak- ing and financial system there is a
in prices and drilling activity, much The main uncertainty centres omies sometime before the end of ers have a better understanding of strong likelihood a slowdown in
of it centred on the shale plays of on how far and how fast oil prices the decade. how the economy works. the US and other major economies
North America. and the industrys costs will rise in The current economic backdrop would spread, magnifying the im-
Most of the industrys cyclical in- the years ahead. is exceptionally favourable for the Recession risk pact on the oil industry.
dicators (production, consumption, Experience suggests the expansion oil industry, with a sustained ex- The current economic expansion The challenge for the oil industry
stocks, investment, employment, is often slow and faltering at first and pansion in business activity and a was preceded by the deepest slump is that its own early or mid-stage
prices, and costs) point to a sustained then accelerates as inherited slack is gradual acceleration in trade flows since the 1930s in the US, so the cyclical expansion could coincide
upswing in activity that is likely to con- used up; memories of the downturn in most regions of the world. economy started with more slack with the late-stage of the macroeco-
tinue in the short and medium term. fade and confidence improves. But the major economies, like the than usual, which may make the nomic cycle in the advanced econ-
oil industry, are subject to long and expansion sustainable for longer. omies and a tightening of global
Expansion phase Too fast, too soon deep cycles in activity, which have Nonetheless, the expansion credit conditions.
Forecasting future movements in oil The principal risk in the short term an impact on oil demand and prices. in the US and some other major Risks from the macroeconomy
prices will always be subject to an is that prices and drilling rise too far Unlike the oil industry cycle, economies is starting to look fairly are probably fairly limited in 2018,
enormous amount of uncertainty too quickly, overwhelming growth which is in the early stages of ex- mature, with low levels of unem- but will become progressively more
owing to the complex and non-lin- in consumption, and sending the pansion, the macroeconomic cycle ployment, high business profits, important in 2019 and 2020 as the
ear dynamics of the oil market and industry back into a slump. in many of the advanced economies and signs of frothiness in financial business cycle becomes increas-
all its sub-systems. Something like this occurred in looks increasingly mature. markets. ingly mature. Reuters

Tesla goes from zero to 100 in three months


BY LIAM DENNING million (see chart Stop And Go).
So if we could strip out analysts
assumptions for ZEV revenue, con-
sensus forecasts would be a bit
lower than they actually are.
TESLA went from zero to 100 in Still, it is clear ZEV, and other
three months which, granted, credits based on limiting green-
does not sound that impressive. house gases, have played a signif-
Without it, though, the electric-car icant role in Teslas bottom line.
pioneer might not have beaten Based on that assumed margin,
earnings forecasts this week. they helped get Teslas annual earn-
I am referring to zero-emission ings into the black in 2013 and 2014
vehicle (ZEV), credits. California and and mitigated losses in other years.
several other states require that a For investors, there is nothing
certain proportion of vehicles sold by wrong with Tesla making money
an automaker emit no greenhouse from ZEVs. But it is a complicated
gases. These cars earn the automak- perk. Earnings expectations for Tesla
er credits, and if they do not have are highly malleable things anyway:
enough to meet their quota, they can A year before last Wednesday, ana-
buy extra ones from someone who this week beating the consensus results. It worked, although at the factor some ZEV sales into their lysts were forecasting a second-quar-
does. As Tesla only makes vehicles forecast by 55 US cents. cash-flow level it also owed quite forecasts, and I do not know what ter profit of 63 US cents a share, but
that run on batteries and emit noth- This is not the only time ZEV a bit to suppliers. the consensus is for that particular that had come down to an expect-
ing, it usually has a surplus for sale. credits have played a big role for Te- But ZEVs provided a big tailwind: line item. The range of estimates is ed loss of US$1.88 by the time the
In the second quarter, Tesla sla. Looking back to early 2013, sell- At US$139 million, Tesla booked likely to be fairly wide, because Te- numbers actually hit, according to
earned US$100 million (RM428 mil- ing credits has given Teslas earn- more revenue from selling the cred- slas pattern of booking ZEV sales data compiled by Bloomberg. The
lion) in revenue from selling ZEV ings extra oomph in many quarters. its that quarter than any other. Us- looks pretty random. ZEV factor adds a whole other layer
credits, having sold none in the prior One notable period there is the ing my margin assumption, they For example, Barclays ana- of complexity to that, and one that
quarter. The profit margin on these third quarter of 2016. This was the added 84 US cents per share to lyst Brian Johnson was forecast- can play an outsize role.
is very high, perhaps 95%. The im- one where chief executive officer earnings, turning a loss of 13 US ing US$15 million of ZEV revenue Against this, it is worth remem-
plied US$95 million of profit equates Elon Musk exhorted his employees cents into a profit of 71 US cents. ahead of the latest quarters results, bering that, on an important level,
to about 58 US cents a share. Tesla to throw a pie in the face of Tes- To be clear, there is some dou- while Morgan Stanleys Adam Jo- Teslas earnings do not really matter
reported a loss of US$1.33 per share las critics by delivering thumping ble-counting here because analysts nas had pencilled in about US$33 anyway. Bloomberg
18 W O R L D B U S I N E S S M ON DAY AU G U ST 7, 2 0 17 TH E EDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Qatar deposits not extended


IN BRIEF

Indonesia, Russia sign


MoU to trade palm, coee
for Sukhoi jets
JAKARTA: Indonesian state
trading company PT Perusa-
Gulf banks are concerned about repercussions from their governments sources haan Perdagangan Indonesia
and Russian state conglomer-
ate Rostec have signed a pre-
DUBAI: Foreign deposits at Qatars ing not to be identified because the ple said. Banks can either roll over highest in the region. Non-resident liminary deal to trade Sukhoi
banks may fall further after drop- information is private. These banks their riyal deposits or convert them deposits in Qatari banks in June SU-35 jets for commodities
ping the most in almost two years are concerned that they could face into dollars in the offshore market posted their biggest decline since like palm oil and coffee, the
in June as some Gulf lenders refuse repercussions from their govern- where they get a worse exchange November 2015. Indonesian trade ministry
to roll over holdings, people with ments for continuing business re- rate than Qatars pegged official Foreign deposits dropped 7.6% said. A memorandum of un-
knowledge of the matter said. lations with Qatar after they cut ties rate, they said. to 170.6 billion riyals (RM201.16 derstanding (MoU) was signed
Some banks based in Saudi Ara- with the country, the people said. Gulf-based banks placed de- billion) from a month earlier, ac- in Moscow and further details
bia, the United Arab Emirates, Bah- Lenders are also struggling to re- posits with the 18 lenders in the cording to central bank data. Over- of the expected deal will be an-
rain and Egypt arent extending patriate funds because their coun- worlds biggest liquefied natural gas all deposits climbed 1.1%, helped nounced in the coming days
deposits with Qatari lenders when terparts in Qatar arent swapping exporting nation earlier this year as by a jump in domestic funds. by the Indonesian trade and
they mature, said the people, ask- riyals into dollars, two of the peo- its local interbank rate reached the Bloomberg defence ministers, Indonesian
trade ministry official Imam
Pambagyo said yesterday. Rus-
sia is currently facing a new
Sydney meets
Shandong in
UK ready to pay up to 40b to leave EU round of US-imposed trade
sanctions, while Indonesia is
trying to promote its palm oil
products amid threats of a cut
US$2.5b share sale BY DAV ID M ILLIKEN The newspaper said British offi- the newspaper quoted one senior in consumption by European
cials were likely to offer to pay 10 Whitehall source as saying. Union countries. Indonesia had
BY Q U E N TI N WEB B LONDON: Britain is prepared to billion a year for three years after A second Whitehall source said a US$411 million trade surplus
pay up to 40 billion (RM201.45 leaving the EU in March 2019, then Britains bottom line was 30 billion with Russia in 2016. Reuters
HONG KONG: The commodity busi- billion) as part of a deal to leave the finalise the total alongside detailed to 40 billion, and a third source said
ness is often about blending different European Union (EU), the Sunday trade talks. Prime Minister Theresa May was will- US cable rms embrace
grades of coal, iron ore or crude oil. Telegraph newspaper reported, cit- Payments would only be made ing to pay north of 30 billion, the Netix as TV viewing
Yancoal Australias US$2.5 billion ing three unnamed sources familiar as part of a deal that includes a Sunday Telegraph reported. shifts
(RM10.7 billion) share sale is a more with Britains negotiating strategy. trade agreement, the newspaper David Davis, the British minister LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK:
exotic alloy, mixing Australian pub- The EU has floated a figure of added. in charge of Brexit talks, said on July A growing number of US ca-
lic company procedure and Chinese 60 billion and wants significant Whitehall is the London district 20 that Britain would honour its ob- ble operators are forming al-
state capitalism. progress on settling Britains liabil- where British civil servants and ligations to the EU, but declined to liances with Netflix Inc, a shift
The group is buying Rio Tintos ities before talks can start on com- ministers are based. confirm that Brexit would require that is helping the streaming
Coal & Allied unit for US$2.7 billion. plex issues such as future trading We know [the EUs] position is net payments. pioneer add customers as its
It saw off a counterbid from Switzer- arrangements. 60 billion, but the actual bottom British foreign secretary Boris largest single market matures.
land's Glencore, then struck a truce The government department re- line is 50 billion. Ours is closer to Johnson, a leading Brexit advocate, No 3 distributor Charter Com-
that lets the trading giant into the deal. sponsible for Brexit talks declined 30 billion, but the actual landing said last month the EU could go munications Inc is expected to
Yancoal will be ultimately controlled to comment on the Sunday Tele- zone is 40 billion, even if the public whistle if it made extortionate make Netflix available through
by officials in province of Shandong . graph article. and politicians are not all there yet, demands for payment. Reuters its set-top boxes, joining more
Then a US$2.35 billion rights is- than a dozen top US pay tel-
sue and US$150 million placement evision operators adopting a
are the solution. The deal will mas- model first rolled out in Europe.
sively dilute existing shares in the Some US providers could start
sub-US$200 million small-cap; in- selling the streaming service as
vestors can buy nearly 24 shares for part of their Internet and video
every existing security they own, at a packages. Altice NV is trying
near-68% discount to last Monday's that approach in France, and
closing price. But the slim 4.6% dis- the company aims to extend
count to the theoretical ex-rights the deal to the US, two sources
price gives investors little incentive to with knowledge of the matter
do so. It might not matter much. Yan- said. Reuters
coal has few institutional supporters,
and is 78% owned by Yanzhou Coal Audi added to German
Mining, the Chinese-listed arm of diesel investigation
a state-owned enterprise. Another BERLIN: Volkswagen AGs Audi
13% belongs to Noble Group which unit was made a party to the
reportedly opposes this deal. diesel-emission probe by Mu-
So Yanzhou, which is sticking in nich prosecutors, a step that
US$1 billion, found some unusual may allow the seizure of prof-
underwriters: state-owned bad-debt its the company made from
manager Cinda, Glencore, and Lu- selling vehicles with rigged
cion, a Yanzhou associate. engines. Munich prosecutors
Using this trio rather than banks investigating Audi employees
suggests Yanzhou expects limited for fraud have formally add-
take-up. Yancoal was the first Chi- ed the carmaker to a related
nese state-owned enterprise to list inquiry looking into wheth-
in Sydney, a national interest hoop er executives neglected their
Australias treasurer made it jump supervisory duties allowing
through to get a 2009 takeover ap- Bond traders respect job gains; but ination make-or-break the cheating to happen, Karin
proved. That requirement has been Jung, a spokesman for the in-
of questionable value. NEW YORK: If the latest US payroll tion data as a better barometer of The market has paid a lot more vestigators, said in an emailed
The enlarged group will be a bigger report wasnt strong enough to rat- whether the US Federal Reserve attention to inflation than in recent statement. Bloomberg
player in coal, with a larger dollar val- tle the bond bulls, this weeks infla- (Fed) can hike again in 2017. years, simply because that has the
ue of tradeable stock, and a healthier tion data may do the trick. Right now theyre sceptical, with potential to be what changes the Nissan workers vote
balance sheet. Yet this looks like an- Employers added an above-fore- the market-implied odds of more Feds mind on further rate hikes, against UAW
other victory of form over substance. cast 209,000 workers in July and tightening by year end below 50%, Goldberg said. This weeks report CHICAGO: Nissan Motor Co
A free float of somewhere between the jobless rate matched a 16-year in part because price growth has has a pretty substantial amount workers dealt the United Auto
2% and 22%, depending on investor low. Bank of America Corp said the held stubbornly under the Feds of power to push rates to annual Workers (UAW) another blow
appetite, will still be too small for in- report had everything you could 2% goal. Given the disappointing lows or getting us off those lows in its decades-long attempt to
dex inclusion. This is a state-driven ask for and Jefferies LLC dubbed inflation readings in recent months, and pushing rates higher. organise Japanese automakers
Chinese deal to which the veneer of it rock solid. Yet even as 10-year yield may rise if this weeks figure The 10-year yield will start the US car plants, as employees
a public company rights issue has Treasury yields rose last Friday, merely hits its mark, said Gennadiy week at 2.26%, about 16 basis points at a Mississippi factory voted
been applied. Think of it as Shan- they still ended the week lower, as Goldberg, an interest-rate strategist above its lowest level of 2017. against joining the union.
dong blended with Sydney. Reuters traders looked to this weeks infla- at TD Securities. Bloomberg Bloomberg
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D 19

Indonesian
official
China confident IN BRIEF

US calls o rescue for

N Korea sanctions work


three missing marines

orders forest SYDNEY: The US Marine Corps


yesterday called off efforts to res-
cue three missing service mem-
burners bers after an American military
aircraft crashed off Australia.
be shot Twenty-three personnel were
quickly saved following Satur-
Wang urged Ri to calmly react to measures to curb its exports days incident involving a MV-22
JAKARTA: A military official Osprey tilt-rotor, the main assault
in the Indonesian province of support aircraft for the Marines.
Jambi said on Saturday he has BY KEITH ZHAI erson met his counterpart Kang a longer period of time, like years, But three marines remain miss-
ordered that anyone who delib- & KAM BIZ FOROOHAR Kyung-wha. before you can see if North Korea ing despite an air and sea search.
erately sets fire to forest areas The goal is to effectively block the changes its behaviour, Thomas Operations have now shifted to
be shot, as authorities strug- SINGAPORE/NEW YORK: China DPRKs nuclear development pro- Byrne, president of the New York- recovery efforts. The next-of-kin
gle to contain fires that cause expressed confidence that new UN cess, Wang told reporters. Sanctions based Korea Society, said in a tele- for the three missing Marines
choking smoke in the region. sanctions would help bring North are needed but not the ultimate goal. phone interview. The sanctions have been notified, US Marines
Five Indonesian provinces Korea to the negotiating table to The purpose is to pull the peninsula will have an economic impact but based in Japan said in a state-
have declared emergencies be- end its push for nuclear weapons nuclear issue back to the negotiating little effect on the strategic intent ment. As the sea state permits,
cause of forest fires, according to and ballistic missiles. table, and to seek a final solution. to develop ballistic missiles. recovery efforts will be conduct-
Indonesias disaster mitigation Foreign Minister Wang Yi As North Koreas main ally and The penalties agreed to on Sat- ed to further search, assess and
agency (BNPB), with the number urged North Korean counter- biggest trading partner, Chinas role urday by all the 15 UN Security survey the area, in coordination
of hotspots steadily increasing in part Ri Yong-ho to calmly react is crucial to pressuring leader Kim Council members aim to cut North and with assistance from the Aus-
many areas over the past week. to measures to curb its exports Jong-un into halting his push for a Korean exports by about US$1 bil- tralian Defence Force. AFP
The BNPB is working with when they met yesterday in Ma- nuclear-tipped missile that can hit lion (RM4.28 billion) a year. The
many government branches, nila, where diplomats from more the US mainland. Many analysts see prohibition against North Korean Syria army advances
including the military, to con- than 20 countries are attending a his programme as too advanced for coal, iron, lead and seafood came in against IS monitor
tain the fires. Indonesian media security forum. Wang also called sanctions to make much difference, response to Pyongyangs testing of BEIRUT: Syrian government
have reported that authorities for the US and South Korea to and doubt he will ever completely two intercontinental ballistic mis- troops advanced overnight
in the neighbouring province reduce tensions, shortly after give up his nuclear weapons. siles last month that could target against the Islamic State (IS)
of South Sumatra, also on the US Secretary of State Rex Till- You need deeper sanctions over the US. Bloomberg group in the countrys north
island of Sumatra, had issued and centre, drawing closer to
the same order. the key battleground of Deir
This is to stress a point to Ezzor, a monitor said. The Syr-
the people, who have been ian Observatory for Human
warned many, many times, Rights, a Britain-based mon-
said Colonel Refrizal, com- itor, said the army had made
mander of the forest fire task significant progress south of
force in Jambi. [This is] to show Raqa city. There is now just
our firmness and seriousness. 4km between regime forces
The order would be carried out and the town of Madan, which
responsibly, said Refrizal, who is the last town controlled by
goes by one name. IS in the Raqa countryside,
BNPB spokesman Sutopo the Observatory said. Madan
Purwo Nugroho said on Twitter lies next to the border between
the Jambi task force was work- Raqa province and Deir Ez-
ing to extinguish a fire covering zor, an eastern province that
an area of 10ha. is mostly held by IS. AFP
Nugroho also said authori-
ties had found one area in Jam- Guatemala prison
bi that had been intentionally clash leaves one dead
burned by its owner. GUATEMALA CITY: One pris-
The number of hotspots oner died and five were injured
had increased to 239 by July in a clash involving some 50
30, from 173 hotspots three inmates in Guatemala, state
days earlier, according to the prison authorities said. Special
BNPB. The agency had previ- forces of the Pavon Prison, lo-
ously warned that the threat cated just outside the countrys
of forest fires would escalate, capital, intervened to regain
with the dry season expected control of the institution that
to peak in September. houses some 4,000 inmates,
Indonesia is regularly hit prison system spokesman Rudy
by forest fires, which can re- UNDERWATER ADVENTURE ... A woman pretending to ride a bike in the Underwater Park Verudela in Pula, Esquivel told journalists. He
sult in choking smoke blowing Croatia on Aug 1. Situated just below Hotel Brioni in Verudela, Pula on the Istrian coast, is a 200 sq m underwater park oering said the cause of the clash was
across to neighbouring coun- tourists and locals the fun at a depth of up to 4m. With an innovative 40kg helmet that keeps you under the surface and enables you under investigation, adding
tries like Singapore and Ma- to breathe underwater, you can walk around freely to explore the hidden underwater world and experience the aquatic ora and that victims showed signs of
laysia. Reuters fauna besides discovering ruins and artefacts buried under the sea. Photo by Reuters blows and wounds presum-
ably caused by knives. AFP

Singapore PMs nephew says will not return home to face charges
BY S AM H O L MES The legal move is the latest twist scribed the Singapore government as flared in June over the future of the Li said the prosecution against
in a family feud over the fate of the litigious and its courts as pliant. family home, in which the founding him was politically motivated.
SINGAPORE: The nephew of Sin- house left by the late Singapore Li, 32, is currently a junior fellow at prime minister, who died at the age The Attorney Generals Cham-
gapores prime minister, who fac- founding father Lee Kuan Yew that Harvard University and told Reuters of 91 in 2015, lived for most of his life. bers explicitly mentioned both my
es contempt of court proceedings gripped the nation last month. on Saturday from the US he expected Lee Hsien Yang and sister Lee family relationships and recent
for comments he made suggesting It comes days ahead of Singa- to start an assistant professor position Wei Ling accused their elder broth- political events in their cease and
the city-states courts were not in- pores National Day celebrations with the university in the fall of 2018. er of abusing power to try to save desist letter, said Li.
dependent, said he would not be next week, when the prime minister I have no intention of going the house as a historic monument I would like to spend my time
returning to Singapore. delivers an annual address to the back to Singapore. I have a happy in defiance of his fathers wishes. doing research, but have some-
The office of Singapores attorney 5.6 million residents of one of the life and a fulfilling job in the US, That prompted the prime min- how been swept into my uncle Lee
general said last Friday it would be- worlds five richest nations based on he said in an interview, adding he ister to call an extraordinary spe- Hsien Loongs personal political
gin contempt of court proceedings per capital gross domestic product. would defend himself through le- cial sitting of parliament in July to vendetta.
against Li Shengwu, a US-based In his post, Li, nephew of Prime gal representation in Singapore. clear the air over an issue that A spokesman for the Prime Min-
academic, over Facebook posts he Minister Lee Hsien Loong and a son The public spat between the Lee some people say has tarnished Sin- isters Office declined to comment
made on July 15. of Lees brother, Lee Hsien Yang, de- siblings, children of Lee Kuan Yew, gapores image. on the matter. Reuters
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SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH ... (From left) Bank Negara Malaysia governor Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim, Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman, CIMB Group chief executive ocer Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Aziz, consumer
banking CEO Samir Gupta, and CIMB Bank consumer sales and distribution head Nor Azmi Md Yusof at the CIMB booth demonstration of the Electronic Virtual Assistant mobile banking application following the launch of the
Karnival Kewangan Sabah 2017 in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah on Aug 4.

1 2

3 4

WEEK IN FOCUS
1 Chinas Ambassador to Malaysia Dr Huang
Huikang (third from left) shaking hands
with CRRC Corp Ltd chairman Liu Hua-
Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin,
S P Setia Bhd president and chief executive
officer Datuk Khor Chap Jen, and Tiram
Indonesia tourism ministry profession-
al staff to the minister on tourism infra-
structure Judi Rifajantoro, and Indonesia
Cauldron at the Kuala Lumpur 2017 Torch
Run to AirAsia RedQ in Selangor on Aug
4. AirAsia is the official airline partner
long at the signing ceremony for the third assemblyman Datuk Maulizan Bujang at AirAsia commercial director Rifai Taberi and Gold Sponsor for the upcoming 29th
light rail transit (LRT3) work package a ceremony for balloting and handover of at the official launch of the partnership SEA Games and ninth Asean Para Games
awarded by Prasarana Malaysia Bhd to a keys for S P Setias affordable housing pro- between the Indonesia tourism ministry in Kuala Lumpur, collectively known as
consortium comprising CRRC Zhuzhou ject Rumah Mampu Milik Johor (RMMJ) and AirAsia on Aug 1. AirAsia is not only Kuala Lumpur 2017.
Locomotive Co Ltd, Siemens Ltd China, in Johor Baru on Aug 4. In support of Johor looking for increased revenue from the tie-
and Tegap Dinamik Sdn Bhd on Aug 2.
Under the work package, the CRRC-led
consortium will be responsible for the
state governments call to cater to demand
for affordable housing, S P Setia has de-
veloped a total of 490 units of two-storey
up, but also an opportunity to contribute
to the social cohesion between Malaysia
and Indonesia, according to Aireen.
5 Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Ma-
laysia (Teco Malaysia) representative His
Excellency James Chang Chi Ping (centre)
design, manufacture, supply, delivery, clustered terrace homes under the RMMJ sharing a light moment with some of the
installation, testing, and commissioning
of 42 six-car light rail vehicles for the LRT3
project. Photo by Kenny Yap
initiative, namely Sri Senja (236 units) and
Sri Embun (254 units). 4 (From left) Deputy Youth and Sports
Minister Datuk M Saravanan, AirAsia Bhd
executive chairman and AirAsia X chief
Taiwan scholarship recipients and their
parents at a scholarship award presentation
held by Teco Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur

2 (From left) Johor state executive council


chairman for housing and local govern-
3 (From second left) Indonesia tourism
ministry senior adviser to the minister for
air accessibility Robert D Waloni, AirAsia
executive officer (CEO) Datuk Kamarudin
Meranun and AirAsia Group CEO Tan Sri
Tony Fernandes lighting up the AirAsia
recently. A total of 38 Malaysian students
were awarded Ministry of Education Tai-
wan Scholarships and Huayu Enrichment
ment Datuk Md Jais Sarday, Johor Menteri Bhd chief executive officer Aireen Omar, Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) Scholarships to pursue academic degrees
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
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5 6

7 8

9 10

and short-term Mandarin courses in Tai- Singh, Lazada Malaysia chief executive (home appliances and air solutions) Koo Associateship of the MII to pursue the
wan starting from September. officer Hans-Peter Ressel, Shell Lubricants Bon Jae at the LG Roadshow 2017 in Kuala Professional Master in Business Admin-
Southeast Asia and Oceania executive di- Lumpur on Aug 1. LG launched the first- istration programme at MUST with a 20%

6 (From left) World Islamic Economic Forum


(WIEF) Young Leaders Network chairman
rector Troy Chapman, and Lazada Group
regional category director (motors) David
in-the-world Picture-on-Wall Signature
OLED W7 TV and Inverter NatureFresh
rebate off the total tuition fees of RM25,000.

Ebrahim Patel, WIEF Foundation secre-


tary-general Tan Sri Ahmad Fuzi Abdul
Razak, and Malaysia Digital Economy
Morales at the launch of the first official
Shell online store on Lazada Malaysia in
Kuala Lumpur on Aug 3. Malaysia is the
campaign through the latest Inverter re-
frigerators line-up at the roadshow. 10 Bank Islam chief executive officer
Khairul Kamarudin (right) and Cog-
nizant Malaysia business leader Effendi
Corp chief executive officer Datuk Yas-
min Mahmood at the opening ceremony
of the third edition of WIEF IdeaLab 2017
first market in Southeast Asia to enable
online purchase of genuine Shell Helix
products and service packages from an
9 (From left) Malaysian Insurance Institute
(MII) chief executive officer Datuk Syed
Moheeb Syed Kamarulzaman, chairman
Azmi Hashim at the signing ceremony for
a strategic collaboration between Bank
Islam and Cognizant in Kuala Lumpur
in Kuala Lumpur on Aug 4. The two-day official channel, according to Chapman. Hashim Harun, Malaysia University of Sci- on Aug 2. Bank Islam says by partnering
event saw close to 400 strong participants ence and Technology (MUST) chairman with Cognizant to build a digital bank, it is
from the Asean start-up community, global
venture capitalists, and corporate organisa-
tions from 35 countries around the world.
8 (From left) LG Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd
product manager (home entertainment)
Cho Chang Hee, general manager for sales
Tan Sri Dr Effendi Norwawi, and MUST
president Professor Dr Premkumar Raja-
gopal at the signing ceremony of a mem-
taking a big leap into the future to deliver
cutting-edge innovative solutions to small
and medium enterprises and customers
Patrick Seow, managing director David orandum of agreement (MoA) between across the country, and integrate them

7 (From left) Shell Lubricants Malaysia


and Singapore general manager Baljit
Oh, marketing general manager Kong
Mun Keen, and senior product manager
MII and MUST in Kuala Lumpur on Aug
4. The MoA will provide graduates of the
seamlessly into the developing digital
economy in Malaysia.
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CHECK out the exhibition Conguration: Par-


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allel Universe at G13 Gallery. This thematic


group exhibition presents creative works
exciting
from 11 selected artists from Malaysia, Phil-
ippines, Thailand and Indonesia. Tackling BY JACK FORSTER

I
the surrealistic theme of parallel universes,
expect to see artworks that range from the t is no secret that the world of
dystopian or dreamlike masterpieces that watches has experienced more
are gurative art. The gallery is open until than its fair share of turmoil re-
11am to 5pm from Monday to Saturday. The cently. The major luxury groups
exhibition is on until Aug 19. G13 Gallery is continue to struggle to turnaround
located at Block B, Ground Floor, Kelana the decline in watch sales in recent
Square, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya. For more years, and watch enthusiasts sometime
information call (03) 7880 0991. wonder whether or not the people in
charge of making new watches are so
worried about balance sheets that it is
distracting them from watchmaking.
Many enthusiasts take refuge in (or in- Omega certified as a chronometer by the Con-
creasingly these days, start out in) vintage The new Omega Railmaster collection trole Officiel Suisse des Chronometres,
watch collecting; this has many charms, represents some of the most technically the Official Swiss hronometer Testing In-
but also many caveats, including hidden interesting mechanical watchmaking an- stitute, the entire watch is also tested by
service costs, fragility, and the vintage yones doing at any price. These watches the Swiss Institute of Metrology for water
markets nerve-wracking habit of some- at 40mm are a highly versatile size and resistance, rate stability under different
times validating doubtful provenance have attractive vintage inspired styling, temperatures, isochronism, and more.
WATCH Overdrive out in cinemas now. The with such high auction prices no one while coming in several different vari- These watches have solid casebacks,
lm follows Andrew and Garrett Foster who wants to call foul. ations, so it wont be a struggle to find which is a bit of a shame, but knowing
are thieves that specialise in stealing luxu- And yet, despite the abundant op- one that is appealing from an aesthetic that you have one of the most technically
ry cars. Tasked with stealing a Bugatti 1937 portunities to spend a lot of money on standpoint. advanced watches in the world on your
they head to the South of France to do the something that, old or new, can easily However, perhaps the most astonish- wrist, with an escapement designed by
job. However they get caught and the owner become a source of regret, there are still ing thing is what is under the hood for the one of the most important horologists
Jacomo Morier wants them to pay for what a number a surprising number of price asked. The movement is Omegas of the 20th century, is a major conso-
theyve done. In return they have to steal a watches that for one reason or another in-house calibre 8806 and it is Master lation for not being able to see it in ac-
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO from Moriers arch rival are very compelling and that can be had Chronometer certified: That means it tion. And the prices for these watches
or they will have to pay with their lives. The for an extremely attractive price. can withstand magnetic fields of up to are quite breathtaking: Just US$4,900
lm stars Scott Eastwood, Freddie Thorp, Here are just five out of many possi- 15,000 gauss (and probably greater, as- (RM20,963) on a strap and US$5,100
Ana de Armas and Gaia Weiss. Log on to ble examples that prove that despite all suming you can find one outside a physics on a bracelet. They are not in stores yet,
www.cinema.com.my to nd out more about the storm clouds, there are still oppor- lab or a neutron star) with a co-axial es- but they are expected to be available
screening schedules and ticket bookings. tunities out there to find watches that capement and a 55-hour power reserve. sometime this fall.
punch way above their weight in terms It also means that in addition to being CON T I N UES N EX T PAGE
of interest and quality.
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Seikos Spring Drive is misunderstood genius

Jaeger-LeCoultre:
A watch that shows
someone still makes
them like they used to.

Tudor: A column
wheel, vertical
Jaeger-LeCoultre with a fair bit of history to it. It is an up-
clutch chronograph.
This version of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Mas- graded version of JLCs caliber 889, which
ter Control Date debuted at the Salon is a flat, high-grade movement that was
International de la Haute Horlogerie first introduced in the 1980s and which
F ROM P RE V I O U S PAG E as the Railmaster, with its extensive use Geneve this year, with a sector dial and has in various forms and finishes, been
of paramagnetic materials, but still a big syringe hands. Hodinkees managing used by a number of haute horlogerie
Tudor improvement over a steel escape wheel editor Stephen Pulvirent liked it a lot, manufacturers. The 899/1 has a free-
The styling for the Black Bay Chrono- and Nivarox balance spring). covering it in A Week On The Wrist, and sprung adjustable mass balance, ceramic
graph may or may not be everyones The calibre MT5813 has been de- writing, This watch looks great in a case ball bearings, unidirectional winding,
cup of tea, but nobodys arguing about ployed in the Black Bay Chronograph or on a table, but its when you put the and in general is a great example of the
the quality of the movement. Calibre for now but obviously, it could be used thing on that it really starts to sing. The sort of well made, well-finished, relia-
MT5813, which is derived from the Bre- in different variants across a far wider case size is just fantastic, and you really ble workhorse movement that for many
itling B01 calibre, is a vertical clutch, range of watches (now that Georges Kern start to appreciate that 8.5mm height af- years was an essential part of the fine
column wheel movement with several will be taking over as chief executive ter wearing it for a bit. The watch almost watchmaking landscape, and which
attributes that historically have been officer at Breitling it will be interesting seems to disappear on the wrist when have become something of an endan-
associated with much more expensive to see whether the relationship will be youre typing at your desk or just walking gered species. Where such movements
watchmaking, including a free-sprung, enhanced over the next few years). In around the city. Comfort is something are still used, its generally at a much
adjustable mass balance. Tudor also any case, an automatic chronograph that does not get talked about enough higher price than formerly, and for me
throws in a silicon balance spring and movement with so many interesting fea- when evaluating watches, and this is one a big part of the appeal of this US$5,700
escape wheel, giving the watch excellent tures, in a watch that retails for US$5,050 seriously comfortable watch. (RM24,396) watch is that it represents
long-term rate stability and resistance to (RM21,614), is in the current climate for The movement is the Jaeger-LeCoultre not just the pricing of yesteryear, but the
magnetic fields (not to the same degree watches something of a miracle. (JLC) calibre 899/1; this is a movement value offering of yesteryear too.

Grand Seiko: Something Rolex: The rst


interesting and innovative. and last watch
youll ever need.

Rolex The movement, calibre 3132, is in its own


Grand Seiko power reserve and accuracy of better than The Rolex Oyster Perpetual is a great en- way a classic; it is not an haute horlogerie
Spring Drive is the misunderstood genius a second a day. The case and bracelet are try-level Rolex, but it is good enough that product per se but it is a movement with
of modern watchmaking a mechanical Seikos high intensity hardened titani- it could be your exit Rolex too. It is a 39mm all the very high build quality you expect
watch, driven by a mainspring rather than um. It is as technically interesting a watch in diameter, stainless steel sports watch from Rolex, as well as a number of unique-
a battery, with no energy storage system, as any that exists but of course, you buy that offers absolutely nothing extrane- to-Rolex technical features including the
that uses a quartz feedback-loop control a watch with your heart, not your head. ous and lacks many of the elements that amagnetic Parachrom balance spring,
system to produce a watch with a signa- SBGA211 is therefore, and understand- are considered signature ones for Rolex: Paraflex shock absorbers, and a free-sprung
ture gliding seconds hand. A technolo- ably, better known as the Snowflake No date cyclops, no fluted bezel; just the balance with Microstella fine adjustment
gy unique to Seiko (with the exception Grand Seiko Spring Drive, and it gets hands, dial, and the Crown. And yet its the screws. A straight shot of undiluted Rolex,
of a single limited edition produced by the name from its delicately textured irreproachable high quality of each indi- no mixer, no chaser. Bloomberg
Piaget, no analogous mechanism exists dial, with the appearance of new-fallen vidual element that makes this US$5,800
anywhere in Swiss watchmaking), Spring snow. It is in this watch that you see the (RM24,824) watch, not an exercise in min-
Drive offers one of the few genuinely and aesthetic potential of Spring Drive: The imalism, but an exercise in essentialism. Originally published by Jack Forster on
significantly different solutions to port- smoothly gliding, silent seconds hand If the yellow gold Day-Date 36mm is Hodinkee. Hodinkee is the pre-eminent
able mechanical horology currently on floats above the dial like a single cloud Rolexs most representative luxury watch, resource for modern and vintage wrist-
the market. drifting unhurriedly above a snow field and the Submariner the ur-tool watch watch enthusiasts. Through in-depth
This particular incarnation is model (aptly, the Snowflake dial is Spring Drive that has become the reference point for reviews, live reports, and dynamic vid-
SBGA211, using the Grand Seiko Spring only; US$5,800 [RM24,824] for this model, all others, the Oyster Perpetual 39mm is eos, Hodinkee is bringing watches to a
Drive calibre 9R65, with a seventy hour on a matching titanium bracelet). the most purely Rolex of Rolex watches. 21st-century audience.
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Neymar buyout
is new peak for
fantasy soccer
Zverev rips Nishikori IN BRIEF

Conte: Next season will


be toughest of my career
BENGALURU: Chelsea manag-
mergers and er Antonio Conte is expecting
the upcoming Premier League
acquisitions The German will face Anderson in the finals season to be the toughest of his
career as his team prepare to
defend their title in an extreme-
P E T E R THA L L A RSEN BY JIM SLATER ly competitive environment.
Zverev Conte will lead Chelsea as they
LONDON: Neymar da Silva WASHINGTON: Germanys Alex- celebrating try to win back-to-back league
Santos Junior achieved sev- ander Zverev dominated Japans after match titles for the first time since 2006
eral milestones this week. Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-4 Saturday point against and the Italian is wary of the
The Brazilian forward be- in a showdown of top-10 rivals Nishikori in competition from fellow title
came the worlds most expen- to reach the ATP and WTA Citi the mens contenders Tottenhan Hotspur,
sive footballer following his Open final against South Africas singles Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester
222 million (RM1.12 billion) Kevin Anderson. semi-nal City and Manchester United.
move from Barcelona to Paris Zverev, ranked a career-best at Fitzgerald There are many reasons which
Saint-Germain. He also en- eighth this week, dropped only sev- Tennis suggest to me that next season
tered the mergers and acqui- en points on his serve and never Center. will be very tough, the most
sitions (M&A) league tables. faced a break point in the 63-min- Zverev won difficult of my career; I have
His transfer ranks among the ute affair, extending ninth-ranked 6-3, 6-4. this perception, Conte told the
30 largest ever purchases of Nishikoris ATP title drought to 30 Photo by clubs website. Reuters
a Brazilian asset by a French events over 18 months. Reuters
buyer, according to Thomson The 20-year-old from Hamburg Fernando leaves Man City
Reuters data. Both feats are a will try for his fifth career title to join Galatasaray
sign soccer M&A has reached and fourth of the year yesterday BENGALURU: Galatasaray
a new peak. against 45th-ranked Anderson, of the first 13, Nishikori netting a I played a great match, Zverev have signed Brazilian mid-
The deal defies conven- who ousted 19th-ranked Amer- backhand to surrender a decisive said. I started 3-0. That helped fielder Fernando from Man-
tional financial analysis. It ican Jack Sock 6-3, 6-4 on the break at love in the second game. the confidence. I played really chester City on a three-year
values the 25-year-old at al- Washington hardcourts. Both men held from there, Zverev well. contract for a fee of 5.25 mil-
most four times the price that Getting the hardcourt season taking the first set in 28 minutes. Zverev, whose fourth-round lion (RM26.44 million), both
the Spanish club paid for him started with a win would be great, Zverev hit a forehand winner to Wimbledon run was his Grand clubs announced last Friday.
four years ago. At the time, the Zverev said. break for a 2-1 lead in the second set Slam best, won 31-of-33 first-serve Fernando, who joined City
payment required to release Zverev dominated from the start, and held to the finish, claiming victory points, all 13 in the first set, and from Porto in 2014 and made
him from his contract was winning the first 10 points and 12 when Nishikori netted a forehand. 9-of-14 on his second serve. AFP more than 100 appearances for
considered so rich that no the Manchester club, heads to
buyer would match it. Ney- Turkey after being used spar-
mar will also collect a salary ingly by manager Pep Guardi-
worth around 30 million a
year, according to Sky News.
That takes the total cost to al-
Lomachenko outclasses Marriaga ola last season. The club has
looked after me incredibly well
throughout my time here and
most 75 million for each of I have enjoyed the challenge
the five years of his contract. LOS ANGELES: Ukrainian south- two-time Olympic gold medalist in the third Lomachenko landed a of playing for a top team in
As in most transactions, paw Vasyl Lomachenko retained compiled a 391-1 record as an am- straight left hand that sent Marriaga probably the worlds tough-
the French club can point his WBO junior lightweight title, ateur and is now 9-1 as a pro with sailing backwards across the ring. est league, the 30-year-old
to some synergies. Fielding flooring challenger Miguel Mar- seven knockouts. Lomachenko sealed the victo- told Citys website. Reuters
one of the worlds most fa- riaga with one second left in the After outfoxing Marriaga in a ry with a looping left to the right
mous players will boost sales seventh round en route to a tech- sorry mismatch, Lomachenko was temple with one second left in the Zach Johnson, Pieters
of replica shirts and other nical knockout victory. asked who he wants to fight next: seventh round. It wasnt a damag- share lead at Firestone
memorabilia, allowing it to The 29-year-old Lomachenko That is always the question I hear. ing punch but it caught Marriaga at TORONTO: Late birdies from
demand more from sponsors. outclassed Marriaga from the open- For me it doesnt matter. I want to the right time, reminding him from Thomas Pieters and Zach John-
Ticket prices may rise. And ing bell, scoring two knockdowns win titles. the seat of his pants that there was son gave the duo a share of the
if Neymar can lead the team in making the third defence of his The Colombian landed very few no point in continuing to embar- lead after the third round of
to victory, the club will earn 130-pound title. punches but he did cut Lomachen- rass himself. the World Golf Champion-
more from prize money and It was an interesting fight, Lo- ko over the left eye with a head butt His corner called over the referee ship-Bridgestone Invitational
television rights. machenko said. I have more ex- in the fourth round of the world before the start of the next round on Saturday. Pieters, looking to
Even so, the club and its perience now. title fight on Saturday night at the and threw in the towel. become the first Belgian winner
Qatari owners will have to This was just Lomachenkos 10th Microsoft Theater in Los Angles. It was the second straight lop- on the PGA Tour, birdied the
make some heroic assump- professional fight after he fash- The round earlier Lomachenko sided loss for the 30-year-old Mar- 18th hole for a four-under-par
tions. Paris Saint-Germain ioned together one of the greatest floored the challenger for the first riaga, who dropped to 25-3, with 21 66 that moved him to nine-un-
reported revenue of 515 mil- amateur careers of all-time. The time in the fight. With 34 seconds left knockouts. AFP der-par 201 at Firestone Coun-
lion in the 2015-2016 season, try Club in Akron, Ohio. His late
according to Deloitte. Assume birdie moved him level with
that half of any Neymar-relat- twice major winner Johnson,
ed boost drops straight to its
bottom line. The club would
Ive done my time, says Gatlin who moments earlier had also
birdied the last for a five-under-
need to boost revenue by al- par 65 that briefly gave him the
most 150 million or close BY M ITCH P HILLIP S Usain. Pay homage to him. This night all I can do, the American added. outright lead. Reuters
to 30% to justify the out- is still a magical night for track and Society does that with people
lay, over three times its last LONDON: Justin Gatlin said it was field and for Usain Bolt; hes done so who make mistakes and I hope Owen leads Barracuda
reported growth rate. sad that fans booed his victory in the much in his career. track and field can under- Championship
That seems a stretch. The world 100m final on Saturday, saying I wasnt booed in 2010, 2011 stand that too. LOS ANGELES: Englands Greg
deal may also breach Uefa he had done my time for his dop- or 2012 or 2013, 2014 or 2015 Bolt, who finished third Owen surged to the top of the
rules requiring clubs to live ing offences and Usain Bolt, the and now I am. Im just sitting behind American Christian leaderboard on Saturday in the
within their means, forcing man he beat into third place, agreed up here; Im a runner; Im back Coleman, agreed. third round of the PGA Tours
Paris Saint-German to con- with him. in the sport; Ive done my Over the years Ive Barracuda Championship, the
sider non-core disposals in Gatlin took the title in 9.92 sec- time; Ive done com- always said hes Reno, Nevada, tournament that
this case, selling players to onds but instead of acclaiming the munity service. Ive done his time, uses the Modified Stableford
bring in cash. remarkable success of a 35-year-old talked to kids; I in- said the Jamai- scoring system. Owen, who is
For Qatar, the cost of sign- triumphing 13 years after he won spire kids thats can, who was seeking his first USPGA Tour
ing Neymar is trivial com- the Olympic title, vast swathes of the the first to hug victory, had a total of 37 points
pared with the billions it is crowd booed him in response to his Gatlin competing in Gatlin post- and leads Derek Fathauer and
spending to host soccers two bans for drugs offences earlier the semi-nals of the race. Stuart Appleby by five points.
World Cup in 2022. As long in his career. mens 100m athletics I f h es He could have had a bigger lead
as the sport keeps attracting Its kinda sad that my boos were event at the 2017 IAAF here, its okay. if he hadnt stumbled badly on
irrational buyers, their tar- louder than some of the others World Championships Ive always re- the final hole, where his tee shot
gets will be the real winners. cheers, Gatlin told reporters. at the London Stadium spected him as was in the rough and his fourth
Reuters I wanted to keep it classy and at in London on Saturday. a competitor. shot went into the water in front
the end of the race bend the knee to Photo byReuters Reuters of the green. AFP
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T H EED 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 0.765 7609 AJIYA 0.765 -0.005 270 0.768 11.05 2.61 233.0
Sectorial Movement 0.160 0.065 9954 AKNIGHT 0.090 5.2
2.099 0.651 1.770 1.700 2674 ALCOM 1.720 0.020 1707.4 1.734 19.59 11.92 231.0
INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG 1.070 0.315 0.750 0.725 4758 ANCOM 0.740 0.015 1960.6 0.737 9.28 162.0
3.550 1.251 3.030 3.000 6556 ANNJOO 3.030 0.030 200 3.018 6.45 2.97 1,611.4
KLSE COMPOSITE 1,774.53 2.63 0.15 TECHNOLOGY 37.96 0.27 0.72
0.551 0.095 0.105 0.095 9342 ANZO 0.105 UNCH 25081.1 0.100 84.4
KLSE INDUSTRIAL 3,265.33 5.18 0.16 FTSE BURSA 100 12,268.19 15.01 0.12 1.100 0.825 1.030 1.030 5568 APB 1.030 UNCH 2.6 1.030 12.89 6.31 116.3
CONSUMER PRODUCT 627.89 -0.98 -0.16 FTSE BURSA MID 70 14,956.75 6.15 0.04 4.147 3.220 3.850 3.800 5015 APM 3.800 -0.040 1.3 3.839 14.93 3.95 766.1
1.240 0.735 1.090 1.060 7214 ARANK 1.070 UNCH 151.3 1.070 7.24 2.80 128.4
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT 155.95 0.40 0.26 FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP 17,216.16 6.28 0.04
1.290 0.671 1.190 1.140 7162 ASTINO 1.160 0.010 1443.5 1.163 8.39 0.86 318.0
CONSTRUCTION 334.99 -0.19 -0.06 FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING 19,102.03 17.83 0.09 1.480 0.384 1.090 1.030 7099 ATTA 1.040 UNCH 3219 1.060 4.08 7.51 119.1
TRADE & SERVICES 231.03 0.05 0.02 FTSE BURSA EMAS 12,619.87 14.72 0.12 1.110 0.270 0.300 0.270 7181 ATURMJU 0.295 0.005 77 0.283 18.0
2.550 1.452 2.200 2.200 8133 BHIC 2.200 UNCH 6 2.200 5.49 1.36 546.6
KLSE FINANCIAL 16,822.86 44.61 0.27 FTSE BUR MSIA ACE 6,576.41 51.53 0.79
0.570 0.390 0.420 0.415 7005 BIG 0.420 -0.015 9 0.419 20.2
KLSE PROPERTY 1,250.52 -2.50 -0.20 FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH 12,744.01 4.67 0.04 0.580 0.095 0.535 0.520 7187 BKOON 0.525 UNCH 1879.8 0.527 145.3
KLSE PLANTATION 7,850.78 0.84 0.01 FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH 13,971.28 8.63 0.06 1.110 0.755 0.900 0.895 168 BOILERM 0.900 0.005 27 0.897 20.13 1.67 464.4
2.425 1.610 6297 BOXPAK 1.610 193.3
KLSE MINING 506.61 -8.10 -1.57 FTSE/ASEAN 40 10,409.54 -19.20 -0.18
1.600 1.293 1.390 1.370 5100 BPPLAS 1.380 UNCH 90.9 1.377 16.49 5.80 259.0
0.400 0.300 9938 BRIGHT 0.315 51.7
0.675 0.210 0.575 0.550 7221 BSLCORP 0.560 0.005 1207.8 0.561 7.46 54.9
0.365 0.205 0.255 0.240 7188 BTM 0.255 0.010 98 0.245 57.95 32.0
3.785 3.182 3.410 3.370 5105 CANONE 3.400 0.030 20.9 3.373 7.22 1.18 653.3
0.035 0.005 5229 CAP 0.010 13.6

Bursa Malaysia Main Market 2.168 1.883 2.030


1.810 0.782 1.570
1.800 1.450
2.010
1.530

7076
2879
8435
CBIP
CCM
CEPCO
2.010
1.560
1.750
-0.020
-0.010

75
1299.4

2.016 9.03
1.540 58.21

2.99
3.21

1,081.9
713.9
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 -0.010 276 1.901 9.91 4.21 569.1
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) 2.400 1.344 2.000 1.960 5797 CHOOBEE 1.960 -0.060 181 1.973 6.39 3.06 215.4
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 1.150 0.700 8052 CICB 1.110 28.24 55.5
0.795 0.495 7120 ACOSTEC 0.515 643.75 4.85 91.6 0.075 0.050 0.050 0.050 7018 CME 0.050 UNCH 250 0.050 24.3
4.887 3.595 4.730 4.730 7090 AHEALTH 4.730 0.010 1 4.730 15.72 2.43 554.1 4.628 3.476 4.000 3.980 2852 CMSB 4.000 UNCH 177.9 3.992 22.51 1.58 4,297.5
26.200 12.677 25.980 25.440 2658 AJI 25.980 0.480 88.1 25.623 8.43 1.62 1,579.5 0.540 0.200 7986 CNASIA 0.400 0.79 18.2
0.380 0.210 0.305 0.305 7051 AMTEK 0.305 0.005 20.8 0.305 15.2 1.559 1.241 1.320 1.310 5071 COASTAL 1.320 0.010 16.5 1.318 15.07 1.52 701.7
6.007 4.970 5.180 5.100 6432 APOLLO 5.100 -0.080 21 5.108 22.87 4.90 408.0 1.150 0.665 0.860 0.850 7195 COMCORP 0.860 0.005 260.6 0.854 8.11 120.4
1.110 0.800 0.940 0.900 7722 ASIABRN 0.940 0.040 3.8 0.921 74.4 0.985 0.620 0.985 0.955 2127 COMFORT 0.960 0.005 13087.1 0.970 11.03 536.4
3.951 3.140 3.310 3.290 7129 ASIAFLE 3.290 -0.040 68 3.299 11.31 4.86 640.8 2.156 1.255 1.730 1.690 5094 CSCSTEL 1.730 0.010 210.4 1.702 9.29 5.78 657.4
49.788 39.606 44.940 44.600 4162 BAT 44.660 -0.220 118.4 44.731 16.69 4.81 12,751.8 0.015 0.005 22 CYBERT 0.005 0.5
0.120 0.035 0.080 0.080 7243 BIOOSMO 0.080 UNCH 50 0.080 63.6 0.829 0.685 0.690 0.685 7157 CYL 0.685 UNCH 9.8 0.686 54.37 5.84 68.5
0.740 0.540 0.560 0.545 9288 BONIA 0.550 -0.010 660.5 0.551 15.80 2.27 443.5 0.405 0.280 5082 CYMAO 0.315 23.6
0.992 0.483 0.960 0.940 7174 CAB 0.960 0.005 1746.7 0.952 12.70 0.33 586.3 2.380 1.692 2.190 2.180 8125 DAIBOCI 2.180 -0.020 25.5 2.190 29.95 2.02 714.8
0.549 0.460 0.475 0.460 7154 CAELY 0.475 UNCH 10.3 0.475 6.99 2.11 38.0 1.510 0.315 1.240 1.200 8176 DENKO 1.220 -0.020 461 1.225 127.5
0.340 0.260 0.285 0.285 7128 CAMRES 0.285 UNCH 20.3 0.285 28.79 3.51 56.1 0.330 0.220 0.290 0.285 7114 DNONCE 0.285 UNCH 70 0.287 51.9
15.200 13.107 14.980 14.900 2836 CARLSBG 14.900 -0.100 19.5 14.924 21.75 4.83 4,590.4 0.435 0.270 5835 DOLMITE 0.275 125.0 75.2
1.028 0.519 1.010 0.975 7035 CCK 0.975 UNCH 5311.3 0.993 12.97 2.05 307.5 0.430 0.250 5835PA DOLMITE-PA 0.270 3.1
2.388 1.867 2.110 2.040 7148 CCMDBIO 2.040 -0.070 104.4 2.075 19.92 3.19 569.1 0.520 0.155 0.250 0.240 5265 DOLPHIN 0.240 UNCH 765.1 0.242 53.3
2.700 2.250 2.350 2.350 2828 CIHLDG 2.350 -0.050 23.2 2.350 15.64 2.13 380.7 1.310 1.046 1.260 1.250 7169 DOMINAN 1.260 UNCH 58.2 1.250 9.06 3.97 208.0
0.050 0.020 5188 CNOUHUA 0.030 20.0 1.860 0.920 1.670 1.650 1619 DRBHCOM 1.650 -0.020 2494.5 1.660 0.61 3,189.8
3.200 1.745 3.100 3.070 7205 COCOLND 3.070 -0.080 90.7 3.079 15.63 5.05 702.4 1.606 0.540 1.380 1.360 7233 DUFU 1.370 0.010 552.4 1.373 8.27 3.28 240.4
1.960 1.462 1.820 1.810 7202 CSCENIC 1.820 UNCH 31.9 1.813 17.15 6.04 219.3 0.985 0.795 0.810 0.800 8907 EG 0.800 -0.020 504.5 0.805 7.47 169.3
0.095 0.055 0.060 0.055 5214 CSL 0.055 UNCH 2639.1 0.056 6.96 68.4 1.100 0.860 9016 EKSONS 0.950 156.0
0.810 0.680 0.685 0.680 9423 CWG 0.680 -0.005 68.9 0.682 3.76 5.15 57.3 0.927 0.510 0.745 0.740 7217 EMETALL 0.740 -0.005 102.2 0.740 16.97 3.38 126.7
0.060 0.025 0.030 0.025 7179 DBE 0.030 UNCH 125 0.026 100.00 41.4 0.885 0.500 0.605 0.600 7773 EPMB 0.600 -0.020 13.6 0.602 1.67 99.6
1.000 0.740 0.940 0.870 7119 DEGEM 0.940 UNCH 1.4 0.920 11.26 2.66 126.0 0.443 0.367 0.390 0.385 190 ESAFE 0.385 -0.005 772.2 0.389 11.81 92.6
62.795 52.364 59.200 59.000 3026 DLADY 59.200 UNCH 5.8 59.145 25.76 1.69 3,788.8 1.115 0.719 0.920 0.840 5101 EVERGRN 0.840 -0.055 24944.5 0.876 11.29 2.38 711.0
0.115 0.070 0.085 0.080 7198 DPS 0.085 -0.005 430.1 0.084 850.00 50.0 0.912 0.580 0.600 0.595 7249 EWEIN 0.600 UNCH 880.7 0.596 13.54 0.83 181.0
0.105 0.020 0.080 0.075 7182 EKA 0.075 UNCH 1479.3 0.077 23.4 1.380 1.011 1.280 1.270 2984 FACBIND 1.270 -0.030 8 1.276 11.32 1.97 108.2
0.360 0.140 0.245 0.240 9091 EMICO 0.240 -0.005 383.9 0.240 14.29 23.0 3.020 2.270 2.890 2.860 7229 FAVCO 2.880 -0.010 20.5 2.875 8.37 5.21 637.6
1.967 1.372 7149 ENGKAH 1.520 44.31 3.95 107.6 0.800 0.495 0.600 0.580 149 FIBON 0.595 -0.005 488.5 0.589 13.55 2.10 58.3
0.270 0.195 0.195 0.195 7208 EURO 0.195 -0.005 298.3 0.195 25.32 47.4 2.410 2.020 2.380 2.350 3107 FIMACOR 2.360 -0.030 157.3 2.364 15.10 5.30 578.8
0.800 0.630 0.760 0.760 7094 EUROSP 0.760 UNCH 2 0.760 35.19 33.8 1.870 1.368 1.870 1.830 5197 FLBHD 1.830 -0.030 1539.2 1.851 8.54 8.20 188.9
26.000 21.887 24.780 24.320 3689 F&N 24.740 -0.080 651.4 24.710 24.01 2.32 9,074.1 1.420 1.330 1.340 1.340 3611 GBH 1.340 UNCH 5 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 2.160 7197 GESHEN 2.160 -0.010 47.7 2.174 10.16 172.8
0.870 0.620 0.680 0.665 8605 FFHB 0.670 0.005 34.9 0.673 11.26 1.79 73.0 0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 5220 GLOTEC 0.055 UNCH 25488.3 0.055 296.0
1.220 0.693 1.200 1.160 9172 FPI 1.170 -0.020 656.2 1.177 13.36 5.13 289.4 0.735 0.220 0.245 0.230 7192 GOODWAY 0.245 0.005 220.1 0.238 27.1
2.070 0.885 7184 G3 1.790 246.1 0.135 0.085 0.100 0.090 7096 GPA 0.100 0.005 1153 0.094 12.35 98.0
1.620 0.858 1.610 1.570 5102 GCB 1.610 0.030 997.2 1.595 22.24 0.93 773.1 0.425 0.255 0.300 0.300 5649 GPHAROS 0.300 UNCH 6 0.300 40.4
2.999 2.334 5606 GOLDIS 2.780 8.16 0.72 1,699.7 0.245 0.195 0.200 0.200 136 GREENYB 0.200 -0.005 55 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 375 0.105 55.4
19.100 15.038 18.140 18.000 3255 HEIM 18.000 -0.120 24.7 18.012 19.98 6.39 5,437.8 1.050 0.749 0.935 0.935 3247 GUH 0.935 UNCH 78.3 0.935 13.22 3.74 259.8
10.600 8.426 10.080 10.000 3301 HLIND 10.040 0.040 147.6 10.010 11.18 3.49 3,292.2 1.180 0.235 0.855 0.840 5151 HALEX 0.850 -0.005 357.3 0.849 90.1
1.019 0.831 0.980 0.970 5160 HOMERIZ 0.970 -0.005 306.7 0.971 10.21 2.06 291.0 7.400 3.996 7.150 6.970 5168 HARTA 7.130 0.160 1288.4 7.096 41.38 1.12 11,729.5
0.405 0.240 0.335 0.330 7213 HOVID 0.330 -0.005 302.2 0.330 24.09 3.03 270.9 1.320 0.935 1.000 0.965 7105 HCK 0.970 -0.025 80.2 0.968 440.91 408.5
1.280 1.113 1.210 1.210 5024 HUPSENG 1.210 UNCH 49 1.210 20.44 3.31 968.0 8.310 1.990 7.990 7.780 4324 HENGYUAN 7.970 0.190 2836.7 7.915 4.66 2,391.0
0.630 0.450 0.475 0.470 8478 HWATAI 0.470 -0.005 32.5 0.472 167.86 35.2 1.780 0.983 1.770 1.720 5095 HEVEA 1.730 -0.010 6931.7 1.750 9.75 4.10 936.7
4.880 1.865 4.830 4.820 5107 IQGROUP 4.830 -0.010 2.2 4.830 14.82 2.28 425.2 1.200 0.825 0.990 0.975 3298 HEXZA 0.975 -0.005 86.3 0.981 7.09 4.62 195.4
1.560 0.937 1.560 1.510 7152 JAYCORP 1.510 0.010 2245.5 1.529 9.21 3.31 207.2 0.410 0.250 0.380 0.370 5072 HIAPTEK 0.375 UNCH 7059.3 0.371 12.63 0.80 491.1
0.740 0.505 8931 JERASIA 0.580 8.24 47.6 0.560 0.180 0.410 0.405 5199 HIBISCS 0.405 UNCH 2941.4 0.406 4.63 584.8
2.618 1.510 1.580 1.540 5247 KAREX 1.550 -0.030 1505.1 1.554 41.78 1.29 1,553.7 1.276 0.840 7033 HIGHTEC 1.020 6.91 3.43 41.4
5.070 3.153 4.850 4.800 7216 KAWAN 4.850 UNCH 324.8 4.849 35.25 0.52 1,307.8 1.226 0.692 1.050 1.030 8443 HIL 1.050 0.030 20 1.050 17.83 1.43 292.6
0.260 0.040 0.150 0.150 8303 KFM 0.150 UNCH 40 0.150 10.2 0.405 0.270 5165 HOKHENG 0.350 35.35 28.0
0.920 0.716 0.760 0.750 6203 KHEESAN 0.755 0.005 54 0.756 16.17 1.32 78.5 0.055 0.020 2739 HUAAN 0.035 39.3
2.700 1.923 2.260 2.260 7062 KHIND 2.260 0.060 4 2.260 11.21 4.42 90.5 3.385 2.130 2.220 2.210 5000 HUMEIND 2.210 -0.040 38.6 2.214 41.46 0.90 1,058.8
2.210 0.995 1.990 1.980 2 KOTRA 1.990 0.010 45 1.982 19.78 1.01 265.5 0.075 0.045 0.045 0.045 9601 HWGB 0.045 UNCH 517 0.045 44.9
0.140 0.050 0.075 0.075 5172 KSTAR 0.075 UNCH 85 0.075 22.0 0.890 0.720 9687 IDEALUBB 0.800 5.85 88.4
6.000 4.509 5.230 5.200 7006 LATITUD 5.230 0.020 54.3 5.206 6.83 2.29 508.4 2.070 1.690 1.890 1.890 7222 IMASPRO 1.890 -0.010 568 1.890 19.03 1.85 151.2
0.950 0.785 0.915 0.905 9385 LAYHONG 0.915 UNCH 468 0.914 30.40 0.55 557.0 0.300 0.160 0.165 0.160 7183 IRETEX 0.165 UNCH 105 0.162 22.8
0.377 0.261 0.320 0.315 8079 LEESK 0.315 -0.010 191.8 0.320 11.17 3.17 52.9 0.085 0.055 0.060 0.055 7223 JADI 0.060 0.005 90 0.056 56.5
3.390 2.720 3.380 3.350 7089 LIIHEN 3.370 0.010 878.6 3.360 8.17 4.75 606.6 0.175 0.135 0.140 0.140 8648 JASKITA 0.140 UNCH 600 0.140 7.14 62.9
0.820 0.710 0.755 0.745 7126 LONBISC 0.750 UNCH 97.5 0.751 9.68 139.9 0.110 0.030 2747 JAVA 0.035 6.1
1.890 1.212 1.550 1.550 7085 LTKM 1.550 UNCH 58.3 1.550 16.77 1.94 201.7 1.120 0.892 7043 JMR 1.090 167.6 2.75 138.2
7.920 3.722 7.700 7.440 7087 MAGNI 7.600 -0.030 574.2 7.535 10.30 1.84 1,236.8 1.729 0.825 1.510 1.490 7167 JOHOTIN 1.510 0.010 218.8 1.500 7.49 1.74 419.9
0.045 0.010 0.020 0.015 5189 MAXWELL 0.015 -0.005 10801 0.015 6.0 1.460 1.064 1.130 1.110 4383 JTIASA 1.130 UNCH 723.2 1.123 14.43 1.15 1,100.3
1.266 0.974 5886 MBG 1.040 24.24 2.88 63.2 0.310 0.160 0.280 0.270 54 KARYON 0.275 UNCH 4018.5 0.274 25.94 130.8
2.500 1.285 2.380 2.370 3662 MFLOUR 2.370 0.010 7.7 2.372 14.80 2.74 1,304.2 0.870 0.680 0.745 0.745 7199 KEINHIN 0.745 -0.005 5 0.745 10.46 2.01 73.8
0.980 0.800 7935 MILUX 0.840 45.7 0.525 0.340 6211 KIALIM 0.360 22.3
5.005 3.950 5202 MSM 4.000 104.99 3.50 2,811.9 3.009 2.733 2.950 2.940 3522 KIANJOO 2.950 0.010 39.8 2.942 9.69 1.36 1,310.3
0.035 0.030 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 21.2 2.363 1.511 1.930 1.910 5371 KIMHIN 1.930 0.020 65 1.915 8.35 3.11 300.3
1.826 1.184 1.450 1.430 3921 MWE 1.450 0.010 57.2 1.441 2.51 1.38 335.8 0.085 0.025 0.040 0.040 5060 KINSTEL 0.040 -0.005 505 0.040 42.0
85.200 72.962 84.100 83.740 4707 NESTLE 83.800 -0.200 4 83.813 30.38 3.22 19,651.1 1.590 1.070 1.090 1.070 9466 KKB 1.070 -0.010 252.3 1.080 3.74 275.8
4.880 2.866 3.740 3.700 7060 NHFATT 3.700 -0.040 71.5 3.724 10.77 2.97 278.1 0.455 0.235 0.240 0.235 7164 KNM 0.240 UNCH 1851.2 0.238 517.5
0.130 0.070 0.095 0.090 7139 NICE 0.090 -0.005 773 0.090 25.71 30.0 1.129 0.751 0.925 0.920 6971 KOBAY 0.920 UNCH 15.6 0.922 14.84 93.9
0.315 0.240 0.245 0.245 7215 NIHSIN 0.245 UNCH 101 0.245 58.4 0.367 0.240 0.255 0.245 7017 KOMARK 0.255 0.005 145 0.250 31.8
0.905 0.775 0.785 0.780 5066 NTPM 0.780 UNCH 142 0.782 17.73 3.08 876.1 7.360 5.565 7.270 7.120 7153 KOSSAN 7.120 -0.160 411.6 7.170 28.04 1.54 4,553.0
0.690 0.345 0.565 0.555 7071 OCR 0.565 0.010 63 0.558 145.3 1.110 0.345 0.980 0.970 7130 KPOWER 0.980 0.010 602.8 0.971 55.2
0.250 0.045 0.120 0.115 7071PA OCR-PA 0.115 UNCH 623.9 0.115 74.1 5.118 4.606 5.040 4.990 3476 KSENG 5.040 0.020 40.5 5.027 12.94 1.98 1,821.8
2.389 1.353 7107 OFI 1.610 21.18 2.48 386.4 0.580 0.346 0.560 0.535 5192 KSSC 0.545 -0.005 377.6 0.545 9.87 2.75 52.3
7.300 6.315 6.640 6.600 4006 ORIENT 6.640 UNCH 26.6 6.604 14.89 3.01 4,119.4 0.775 0.295 0.665 0.645 8362 KYM 0.645 -0.005 706.7 0.655 24.71 96.7
3.910 2.222 3.810 3.720 7052 PADINI 3.800 0.060 891.4 3.783 16.10 2.63 2,500.1 8.400 5.060 5.790 5.730 3794 LAFMSIA 5.760 -0.060 109.6 5.751 729.1 3.47 4,894.2
37.709 30.120 37.160 37.000 3719 PANAMY 37.080 UNCH 6.1 37.087 17.74 3.16 2,252.5 0.940 0.549 0.770 0.760 9326 LBALUM 0.760 UNCH 327.9 0.762 10.51 2.63 188.8
0.774 0.510 5022 PAOS 0.570 55.34 2.86 103.3 0.614 0.448 0.520 0.510 5092 LCTH 0.520 0.010 542 0.517 13.20 4.81 187.2
0.650 0.300 0.480 0.435 9407 PARAGON 0.480 0.005 7.6 0.438 21.33 33.6 6.530 4.140 4.470 4.370 5284 LCTITAN 4.430 0.030 6023.8 4.423 6.87 10,223.5
0.660 0.310 0.500 0.475 6068 PCCS 0.475 -0.020 20.6 0.494 28.5 0.844 0.422 0.770 0.730 5232 LEONFB 0.760 0.035 3787.5 0.753 6.57 1.97 235.6
1.060 0.710 0.880 0.850 5231 PELIKAN 0.880 UNCH 5.5 0.853 179.59 486.9 0.440 0.100 0.280 0.275 8745 LEWEKO 0.280 0.010 1242 0.276 90.1
0.235 0.145 0.195 0.190 4081 PMCORP 0.190 UNCH 314 0.190 10.56 146.9 0.080 0.020 0.040 0.035 2887 LIONDIV 0.035 -0.005 488.3 0.035 48.7
0.515 0.441 0.500 0.495 5080 POHKONG 0.495 -0.005 17.2 0.499 11.25 2.02 203.1 1.280 0.275 1.140 1.120 4235 LIONIND 1.130 0.010 903.1 1.129 811.2
1.998 1.451 1.990 1.960 7088 POHUAT 1.990 0.040 1531.8 1.978 7.41 4.02 451.7 0.665 0.290 0.600 0.570 9881 LSTEEL 0.600 0.030 1401.1 0.595 8.67 76.8
17.300 15.159 16.940 16.780 4065 PPB 16.920 UNCH 699.5 16.907 17.34 1.48 20,058.7 0.160 0.050 0.120 0.115 5068 LUSTER 0.115 -0.005 12240.4 0.116 227.2
0.720 0.499 0.625 0.625 7190 PPG 0.625 0.005 15 0.625 12.02 2.21 62.5 3.875 3.336 3.780 3.700 9199 LYSAGHT 3.730 0.060 33 3.734 9.89 1.88 155.1
1.659 1.240 1.280 1.270 8966 PRLEXUS 1.280 0.020 31.7 1.272 8.99 2.34 230.4 1.280 0.555 1.050 1.020 5098 MASTEEL 1.050 0.020 691.6 1.033 8.33 257.3
1.170 0.636 1.110 1.070 7134 PWF 1.110 0.060 1049.4 1.090 18.66 2.45 185.8 0.855 0.475 0.660 0.650 7029 MASTER 0.650 -0.005 74.4 0.655 11.36 1.54 35.5
2.705 1.840 2.200 2.190 7237 PWROOT 2.190 -0.010 113.3 2.195 15.42 5.25 722.4 1.170 0.906 1.070 1.050 5152 MBL 1.070 0.010 33.7 1.059 7.76 3.74 98.4
5.000 4.143 4.990 4.970 7084 QL 4.980 UNCH 118.5 4.980 31.70 0.85 6,215.2 0.870 0.618 0.810 0.790 7004 MCEHLDG 0.810 0.010 30.1 0.793 21.26 1.85 36.0
2.360 1.457 2.340 2.320 9946 REX 2.320 -0.010 37 2.332 103.57 0.86 143.0 0.660 0.285 0.290 0.285 3778 MELEWAR 0.285 UNCH 75 0.288 64.3
1.890 1.060 1.500 1.450 183 SALUTE 1.500 0.050 288.8 1.478 23.01 1.60 582.0 0.789 0.478 0.660 0.660 5223 MENTIGA 0.660 0.005 3 0.660 9.35 1.52 46.2
1.609 1.000 1.320 1.310 5252 SASBADI 1.310 -0.010 353.1 1.320 22.28 1.72 366.0 1.426 1.062 1.280 1.270 8192 MERCURY 1.270 -0.030 3 1.273 13.44 9.45 51.0
0.465 0.275 0.465 0.435 5157 SAUDEE 0.450 0.025 2172.8 0.453 500.0 54.0 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 0.935 0.920 5001 MIECO 0.925 UNCH 2290.4 0.927 6.23 4.32 485.6
0.845 0.580 7165 SGB 0.655 112.0 0.150 0.075 0.140 0.135 7219 MINETEC 0.135 UNCH 2896.5 0.135 98.8
0.270 0.060 0.240 0.240 7165PA SGB-PA 0.240 UNCH 210 0.240 107.4 0.740 0.515 0.520 0.515 5576 MINHO 0.520 -0.020 92.6 0.519 8.95 114.2
2.065 1.480 1.510 1.510 7412 SHH 1.510 0.010 3 1.510 14.30 6.62 75.5 4.403 2.707 4.120 4.100 5916 MSC 4.100 -0.010 19.7 4.101 15.30 1.95 410.0
1.070 0.800 0.900 0.885 7246 SIGN 0.900 0.010 12.9 0.894 4.99 5.56 216.3 2.011 1.373 1.490 1.490 3883 MUDA 1.490 UNCH 15 1.490 17.57 2.01 454.5
0.915 0.194 0.685 0.685 8532 SINOTOP 0.685 -0.010 24 0.685 50.74 270.5 1.200 0.445 0.785 0.765 5087 MYCRON 0.775 0.005 232 0.774 6.05 219.7
0.865 0.610 0.635 0.615 9776 SMCAP 0.615 -0.020 63 0.626 32.20 37.6 0.240 0.035 7002 NAKA 0.110 6.1
0.385 0.200 0.330 0.330 7943 SNC 0.330 UNCH 10 0.330 44.00 21.8 0.385 0.155 0.160 0.155 5025 NWP 0.160 UNCH 1081.3 0.159 57.8
2.548 2.155 2.320 2.300 7103 SPRITZER 2.320 UNCH 47.1 2.318 16.85 2.50 423.6 1.190 0.535 1.010 0.995 4944 NYLEX 1.000 0.005 1292.7 1.000 9.56 2.00 194.3
1.500 1.020 1.080 1.080 7186 SWSCAP 1.080 UNCH 53 1.080 166.15 0.93 157.5 1.940 1.125 1.840 1.820 7140 OKA 1.840 0.010 96.7 1.826 10.34 2.99 300.4
0.669 0.480 0.490 0.480 7082 SYF 0.480 -0.010 1256.3 0.484 7.69 2.08 297.2 1.340 0.865 1.240 1.230 5065 ORNA 1.230 UNCH 101.2 1.231 9.90 2.44 92.6
0.505 0.280 7211 TAFI 0.420 33.6 0.085 0.055 0.060 0.055 7225 PA 0.060 UNCH 770 0.058 56.8
1.979 1.651 1.690 1.680 4405 TCHONG 1.680 -0.010 29.4 1.683 1.19 1,129.0 7.800 6.338 7.090 6.970 5183 PCHEM 7.010 0.040 4749.5 7.010 15.46 2.71 56,080.0
1.402 0.505 0.555 0.540 7200 TEKSENG 0.555 UNCH 232.7 0.550 10.30 3.60 193.2 2.020 1.454 1.540 1.500 5271 PECCA 1.520 0.010 146.2 1.516 19.14 2.63 285.8
1.250 0.865 0.885 0.880 7252 TEOSENG 0.885 UNCH 57 0.881 17.39 1.69 265.5 0.801 0.605 0.650 0.645 9997 PENSONI 0.650 UNCH 121.4 0.649 13.27 4.62 84.3
1.510 1.239 9369 TGL 1.500 20.05 5.00 61.1 7.901 5.649 6.450 6.260 5436 PERSTIM 6.290 -0.050 117.7 6.308 11.33 6.36 624.6
0.620 0.400 0.590 0.585 7230 TOMEI 0.590 0.005 20 0.588 14.57 81.8 21.925 17.949 18.780 18.620 6033 PETGAS 18.700 0.080 218.4 18.705 21.08 3.37 37,002.3
0.560 0.390 0.405 0.405 7176 TPC 0.405 UNCH 10 0.405 43.55 94.7 9.850 3.416 9.850 9.570 3042 PETRONM 9.760 0.270 632 9.719 8.00 2.25 2,635.2
6.461 4.089 5.640 5.600 4588 UMW 5.600 -0.040 16.7 5.601 3.57 6,542.4 2.476 1.595 2.270 2.250 7095 PIE 2.270 UNCH 698.1 2.259 19.12 1.06 871.8
2.480 1.934 2.410 2.410 7757 UPA 2.410 0.050 1.2 2.410 5.76 3.32 191.8 2.580 1.277 2.180 2.140 7172 PMBTECH 2.140 UNCH 9.3 2.162 15.53 1.87 171.2
1.668 0.677 1.450 1.450 7203 WANGZNG 1.450 0.010 0.3 1.450 12.62 2.76 232.0 2.977 2.530 2.870 2.830 8869 PMETAL 2.840 -0.010 921.5 2.851 19.43 1.79 10,603.7
0.325 0.080 0.255 0.245 5156 XDL 0.245 -0.005 589.4 0.249 27.53 165.1 0.575 0.450 0.505 0.505 6637 PNEPCB 0.505 UNCH 5.8 0.505 13.32 66.4
0.615 0.360 0.570 0.560 7121 XIANLNG 0.570 UNCH 28 0.565 41.4 0.995 0.270 0.490 0.445 8117 POLY 0.445 -0.040 297.5 0.468 2.25 71.2
0.185 0.020 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 26.7 1.670 0.920 1.570 1.520 8273 PPHB 1.560 0.050 300.5 1.548 9.61 171.4
2.822 2.175 2.430 2.400 5584 YEELEE 2.410 0.010 21.6 2.409 11.54 1.87 461.2 0.365 0.250 9458 PREMIER 0.275 229.1 92.7
1.560 1.034 1.480 1.450 5159 YOCB 1.460 -0.010 175.6 1.460 10.04 2.74 233.6 1.370 0.501 1.270 1.250 9873 PRESTAR 1.270 0.020 734.6 1.258 7.47 2.36 257.4
3.100 1.744 3.100 3.000 7178 YSPSAH 3.100 0.100 496.1 3.059 13.26 2.26 423.6 1.110 0.635 1.040 1.030 7168 PRG 1.030 UNCH 52.7 1.033 85.83 0.49 308.0
1.957 1.160 1.700 1.680 5131 ZHULIAN 1.700 UNCH 28.4 1.684 14.67 3.53 782.0 0.330 0.085 0.235 0.230 7123 PWORTH 0.230 -0.005 9590.3 0.230 88.46 214.1
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 1.380 1.080 7544 QUALITY 1.140 66.1
1.420 0.922 1.370 1.350 12 3A 1.360 -0.010 89.1 1.363 15.72 1.06 669.1 0.800 0.510 7498 RALCO 0.700 29.4
0.210 0.085 0.135 0.130 7086 ABLEGRP 0.135 -0.005 675.8 0.135 35.6 5.840 5.310 5.650 5.640 7765 RAPID 5.650 UNCH 11 5.641 773.97 604.0
0.400 0.200 7131 ACME 0.310 67.7 0.745 0.400 0.420 0.400 5256 REACH 0.405 -0.015 2942.2 0.408 17.92 444.0
0.900 0.630 0.670 0.670 7191 ADVENTA 0.670 UNCH 39 0.670 3350 102.4 0.655 0.390 0.550 0.510 7232 RESINTC 0.540 0.020 614.3 0.533 8.19 2.22 74.1
2.694 2.045 2.200 2.200 9148 ADVPKG 2.200 UNCH 8 2.200 18.29 5.45 45.1 1.250 0.595 1.200 1.150 9741 ROHAS 1.200 UNCH 211 1.174 479.8
0.220 0.135 0.180 0.175 7146 AEM 0.175 UNCH 135 0.178 52.4 0.834 0.711 0.785 0.765 7803 RUBEREX 0.785 0.010 297.1 0.778 8.74 1.59 198.0
0.500 0.365 5198 AFUJIYA 0.420 23.33 75.6 5.250 3.604 4.880 4.800 5134 SAB 4.820 -0.080 37 4.826 13.57 1.04 660.0
0.635 0.405 0.450 0.450 2682 AISB 0.450 -0.030 10 0.450 13.39 65.0 8.490 4.773 8.180 8.050 9822 SAM 8.060 -0.030 30.8 8.100 22.12 1.28 1,014.9
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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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 0.960 7811 SAPIND 0.960 0.020 1 0.960 11.35 6.25 69.9 2.087 1.074 1.800 1.780 5208 EITA 1.800 0.030 27.5 1.799 8.63 2.22 234.0
1.325 0.984 1.080 1.070 5170 SCABLE 1.070 UNCH 72.9 1.071 17.48 2.80 339.2 1.508 1.102 1.280 1.250 5056 ENGTEX 1.270 0.020 781.8 1.263 6.27 0.79 461.0
3.450 2.049 3.200 3.190 7247 SCGM 3.200 UNCH 4.2 3.191 18.64 1.88 619.5 0.624 0.370 0.535 0.525 6939 FIAMMA 0.530 -0.005 112.7 0.531 10.79 2.83 280.9
0.740 0.520 0.550 0.550 9237 SCIB 0.550 -0.010 3.2 0.550 30.39 44.5 0.440 0.380 0.400 0.390 9318 FITTERS 0.400 0.005 976.7 0.392 1.50 192.2
8.928 5.880 8.670 8.600 4731 SCIENTX 8.610 0.010 102.1 8.603 18.87 1.86 4,163.4 1.468 1.084 1.260 1.230 7210 FREIGHT 1.230 0.010 11.2 1.242 10.59 4.07 229.0
0.345 0.250 7239 SCNWOLF 0.290 25.4 0.415 0.135 0.415 0.400 128 FRONTKN 0.410 0.010 40212 0.407 16.27 431.9
0.525 0.135 0.255 0.255 7366 SCOMIEN 0.255 UNCH 94.8 0.255 87.2 0.290 0.150 0.195 0.195 9377 FSBM 0.195 -0.025 6 0.195 27.6
1.660 0.660 1.360 1.310 7073 SEACERA 1.310 -0.040 1935.2 1.323 69.68 2.29 322.3 3.096 2.244 2.990 2.960 5209 GASMSIA 2.980 0.010 695.9 2.969 22.84 4.32 3,826.3
0.230 0.140 0.160 0.150 5145 SEALINK 0.160 UNCH 31.9 0.150 80.0 0.820 0.615 0.675 0.665 78 GDEX 0.665 -0.005 1179.7 0.668 95.00 0.38 3,708.2
0.765 0.250 0.630 0.615 5163 SEB 0.615 -0.015 34.4 0.617 49.2 6.302 4.138 6.110 6.050 4715 GENM 6.050 -0.050 2365 6.086 11.25 1.52 35,925.2
1.060 0.388 1.020 0.990 5181 SIGGAS 0.990 -0.030 1366.9 1.001 41.08 1.21 185.6 10.000 7.449 9.750 9.630 3182 GENTING 9.750 UNCH 798.6 9.706 13.86 0.62 37,204.3
1.040 0.550 0.750 0.750 7115 SKBSHUT 0.750 UNCH 7 0.750 11.18 30.0 4.500 1.717 4.380 4.290 3204 GKENT 4.380 0.070 672.1 4.343 15.70 2.28 1,644.7
1.450 1.121 1.450 1.370 7155 SKPRES 1.380 -0.060 3297.5 1.404 15.45 3.01 1,725.3 0.555 0.300 7676 GUNUNG 0.440 103.9
2.923 1.949 2.420 2.390 7248 SLP 2.410 0.020 22 2.401 23.44 1.87 636.6 4.390 1.860 4.150 4.060 7668 HAIO 4.140 0.030 318.8 4.110 22.59 2.58 1,236.4
0.700 0.585 7132 SMISCOR 0.625 4.00 28.0 0.335 0.200 0.245 0.235 7253 HANDAL 0.240 UNCH 286.4 0.239 38.4
1.780 0.889 1.680 1.660 5665 SSTEEL 1.680 0.020 194.5 1.671 1.79 720.8 9.350 7.192 9.100 9.010 3034 HAPSENG 9.100 0.050 77.7 9.068 21.34 3.85 22,656.1
0.325 0.065 0.260 0.245 7143 STONE 0.260 UNCH 45.1 0.254 23.4 1.053 0.670 0.710 0.670 2062 HARBOUR 0.710 0.035 30 0.674 8.54 2.82 284.3
1.550 1.340 1.360 1.360 6904 SUBUR 1.360 UNCH 5 1.360 284.2 4.077 2.834 3.940 3.930 5008 HARISON 3.930 -0.040 6.2 3.935 12.72 6.36 269.2
4.320 1.535 3.600 3.570 7207 SUCCESS 3.600 0.010 63.6 3.583 11.11 1.39 441.7 0.150 0.050 0.065 0.060 7013 HUBLINE 0.060 UNCH 5355.6 0.061 66.3
2.650 1.764 2.640 2.560 7235 SUPERLN 2.590 -0.010 174.5 2.605 17.34 1.06 414.4 0.480 0.220 0.240 0.235 5255 ICON 0.235 -0.005 454 0.237 276.6
2.324 1.852 1.920 1.890 7106 SUPERMX 1.900 -0.020 1467.4 1.902 21.66 1.32 1,292.3 6.696 5.512 6.000 5.940 5225 IHH 6.000 0.040 323.4 5.974 58.31 0.50 49,434.4
4.210 3.317 3.650 3.580 5012 TAANN 3.640 0.030 257.2 3.620 10.61 3.32 1,619.2 0.920 0.710 0.770 0.770 5614 ILB 0.770 UNCH 6.3 0.770 59.23 3.25 150.2
0.545 0.350 0.410 0.395 4022 TADMAX 0.405 0.010 1267.6 0.404 218.1 1.000 0.725 5673 IPMUDA 0.725 4.14 52.5
0.415 0.235 0.290 0.280 5149 TAS 0.285 -0.005 72 0.284 51.3 2.166 1.325 58 JCBNEXT 1.780 27.99 1.12 249.2
14.658 12.135 13.000 12.980 4448 TASEK 13.000 0.200 7.1 12.998 107.35 9.23 1,607.1 0.310 0.230 0.275 0.265 8923 JIANKUN 0.275 UNCH 57.9 0.271 45.9
0.290 0.095 0.190 0.185 5178 TATGIAP 0.185 -0.005 205 0.186 28.7 0.390 0.295 8672 KAMDAR 0.355 70.3
1.250 0.290 1.250 1.170 7097 TAWIN 1.250 0.080 1849.5 1.201 16.58 80.4 0.330 0.180 0.195 0.195 5079 KBES 0.195 0.005 100 0.195 24.6
2.920 1.020 1.690 1.690 7439 TECGUAN 1.690 0.010 18 1.690 9.68 67.8 1.960 1.690 1.870 1.860 6491 KFIMA 1.870 0.020 44.9 1.868 17.38 4.81 527.8
4.803 3.817 4.250 4.190 7034 TGUAN 4.250 0.050 132.7 4.215 8.39 2.82 563.0 0.739 0.236 0.665 0.655 151 KGB 0.660 0.005 265.4 0.658 13.78 1.52 151.7
2.166 1.479 1.720 1.710 7374 TIENWAH 1.720 UNCH 53.5 1.716 4.34 6.98 249.0 1.680 1.020 5035 KNUSFOR 1.150 1.74 114.6
0.800 0.560 0.630 0.630 7854 TIMWELL 0.630 -0.010 2 0.630 56.1 4.290 3.803 4.220 4.190 5878 KPJ 4.220 UNCH 230.3 4.200 30.45 1.66 4,507.5
1.080 0.595 1.020 1.010 7285 TOMYPAK 1.020 UNCH 340.7 1.018 17.00 3.14 427.4 1.678 0.993 1.320 1.310 5843 KPS 1.310 -0.010 34.4 1.313 1091.6 4.77 653.7
3.760 1.731 3.600 3.580 5010 TONGHER 3.600 0.020 64.9 3.594 10.72 8.33 566.7 0.590 0.485 0.540 0.530 9121 KPSCB 0.535 UNCH 93.5 0.537 10.92 79.1
5.878 4.087 5.790 5.670 7113 TOPGLOV 5.750 0.030 2496.6 5.741 24.07 2.52 7,222.8 0.225 0.115 0.145 0.140 4847 KTB 0.145 UNCH 223 0.144 58.4
0.850 0.495 7173 TOYOINK 0.750 80.3 0.628 0.299 0.525 0.515 6874 KUB 0.525 0.005 676.8 0.520 11.72 1.90 292.1
0.230 0.145 0.195 0.190 4359 TURIYA 0.195 0.005 6 0.193 44.6 0.380 0.240 0.260 0.255 7170 LFECORP 0.260 UNCH 95 0.257 27.66 47.2
1.980 1.490 1.940 1.930 7100 UCHITEC 1.940 UNCH 162.6 1.933 14.38 6.70 863.5 0.650 0.420 0.500 0.475 8486 LIONFIB 0.500 UNCH 28.3 0.481 115.8
6.311 3.310 4.100 3.920 7133 ULICORP 4.100 0.090 13.3 3.990 21.32 2.93 595.3 2.260 1.367 2.160 2.090 5143 LUXCHEM 2.110 0.030 1228.3 2.112 12.67 3.32 591.1
1.425 1.150 1.290 1.270 7227 UMSNGB 1.270 -0.030 50 1.281 9.20 2.36 101.6 2.421 1.670 1.710 1.680 3859 MAGNUM 1.690 -0.010 514.2 1.694 15.88 7.69 2,429.8
1.680 0.870 0.945 0.880 4995 VERSATL 0.900 0.015 3797.4 0.906 1500 105.6 1.700 1.010 1.050 1.010 5264 MALAKOF 1.020 UNCH 13014.9 1.031 13.77 6.86 5,100.0
2.210 1.277 2.180 2.140 6963 VS 2.170 UNCH 2076.4 2.161 19.58 2.23 2,612.3 0.179 0.140 0.145 0.140 3514 MARCO 0.145 UNCH 1124 0.145 8.73 3.45 152.9
1.010 0.750 0.985 0.980 5142 WASEONG 0.985 0.005 464.4 0.983 0.51 763.3 6.549 5.415 5.770 5.740 6012 MAXIS 5.760 UNCH 2858.5 5.757 20.79 3.47 44,988.5
0.485 0.345 7226 WATTA 0.435 36.7 0.955 0.680 0.705 0.690 5077 MAYBULK 0.690 UNCH 220.3 0.694 690.0
2.170 1.471 2.050 2.050 7111 WEIDA 2.050 UNCH 61 2.050 14.34 1.46 273.3 2.636 2.054 2.220 2.200 5983 MBMR 2.200 -0.020 51.2 2.204 12.81 2.73 860.0
2.349 1.741 2.200 2.150 7231 WELLCAL 2.150 -0.030 52.8 2.161 21.02 4.28 713.7 1.378 0.795 0.830 0.795 4502 MEDIA 0.800 -0.020 1308.7 0.810 10.00 887.4
0.525 0.229 0.445 0.410 6378 WMG 0.435 -0.010 140.4 0.437 185.4 0.729 0.495 0.535 0.530 5090 MEDIAC 0.535 0.005 225 0.532 13.48 5.74 902.7
0.845 0.595 0.720 0.710 7050 WONG 0.710 -0.015 158 0.714 129.09 65.1 1.070 0.550 7234 MESB 0.890 37.4
0.700 0.475 7025 WOODLAN 0.550 14.55 22.0 4.000 1.818 3.860 3.810 3069 MFCB 3.830 0.010 140 3.828 10.02 1.31 1,539.9
2.084 1.836 1.980 1.980 5009 WTHORSE 1.980 0.010 2 1.980 31.03 5.05 475.2 1.160 0.695 0.710 0.695 5186 MHB 0.700 -0.010 1019.8 0.701 1,120.0
1.145 0.850 0.860 0.850 4243 WTK 0.850 -0.005 138.5 0.852 84.16 2.35 409.1 7.827 6.785 7.540 7.390 3816 MISC 7.400 0.030 826.5 7.410 12.30 3.65 33,032.1
1.380 0.953 1.110 1.090 7245 WZSATU 1.110 -0.010 131 1.105 12.70 1.80 387.3 2.606 2.055 2.370 2.330 2194 MMCCORP 2.350 -0.020 617.8 2.358 12.94 1.70 7,155.9
0.865 0.745 0.780 0.780 5048 YILAI 0.780 UNCH 13.3 0.780 36.11 124.8 0.395 0.205 0.320 0.315 59 MMODE 0.315 UNCH 647.9 0.315 1.90 51.3
0.400 0.190 0.205 0.205 7020 YKGI 0.205 UNCH 82.3 0.205 71.4 0.100 0.045 0.050 0.045 43 MTRONIC 0.050 UNCH 654.7 0.049 47.5
0.700 0.380 7014 YLI 0.510 10.02 0.98 52.5 0.280 0.115 0.165 0.160 3891 MUIIND 0.165 UNCH 1055.5 0.165 483.9
CONSTRUCTION 3.050 1.950 2.460 2.390 3905 MULPHA 2.460 0.010 6.2 2.445 25.65 786.3
1.200 0.735 0.990 0.975 5281 ADVCON 0.985 0.010 1694.3 0.981 13.81 396.0 2.370 1.385 2.130 2.080 138 MYEG 2.130 0.030 5214.4 2.114 39.59 0.64 7,681.4
0.750 0.280 7007 ARK 0.475 23.1 0.910 0.305 0.820 0.800 9806 NATWIDE 0.800 -0.005 262.2 0.810 96.2
1.200 0.600 1.110 1.100 7078 AZRB 1.100 -0.010 381.9 1.110 18.30 1.82 584.7 0.140 0.070 0.075 0.070 4464 NICORP 0.070 -0.005 288.6 0.074 5.93 61.4
0.793 0.581 6173 BDB 0.645 6.13 6.98 196.0 0.828 0.631 0.740 0.740 5533 OCB 0.740 0.020 2 0.740 13.33 1.35 76.1
0.625 0.351 0.425 0.410 5190 BENALEC 0.420 -0.005 1459.1 0.420 23.73 1.67 341.0 0.985 0.750 0.905 0.900 172 OCK 0.900 UNCH 70.3 0.900 27.61 0.67 784.3
0.510 0.350 0.360 0.350 5932 BPURI 0.360 UNCH 779.2 0.354 102.86 96.2 3.460 1.614 2.790 2.760 5201 OLDTOWN 2.760 -0.020 191.2 2.777 20.51 2.72 1,278.5
1.070 0.790 0.980 0.925 8761 BREM 0.925 -0.045 413.9 0.947 67.52 1.62 319.6 0.210 0.070 0.120 0.115 3018 OLYMPIA 0.115 -0.005 463.6 0.119 23.96 117.7
1.180 0.840 1.100 1.070 8591 CRESBLD 1.080 -0.010 218.2 1.083 10.98 3.70 191.1 2.540 1.260 1.290 1.260 5260 OWG 1.260 -0.030 747.5 1.269 46.15 306.0
2.086 1.437 1.800 1.800 7528 DKLS 1.800 UNCH 20 1.800 3.33 1.67 166.9 0.510 0.390 0.410 0.410 8419 PANSAR 0.410 -0.005 11 0.410 23.43 2.44 114.8
2.760 1.397 2.740 2.710 5253 ECONBHD 2.720 0.020 24.8 2.718 18.55 1.65 1,455.2 0.680 0.432 0.675 0.660 5125 PANTECH 0.660 -0.010 1585.4 0.666 13.72 2.61 490.2
1.520 0.985 1.130 1.110 8877 EKOVEST 1.110 -0.010 4326.7 1.118 10.43 1.08 2,374.5 0.885 0.550 0.565 0.550 5657 PARKSON 0.555 UNCH 223.9 0.556 607.1
1.010 0.482 0.965 0.940 7047 FAJAR 0.955 0.025 4533.9 0.955 13.57 2.62 351.3 1.310 0.999 1.290 1.280 5041 PBA 1.290 0.010 20 1.281 6.39 3.10 427.3
1.370 0.885 1.240 1.200 9261 GADANG 1.240 0.020 3671.2 1.228 9.30 2.26 815.4 0.110 0.045 0.045 0.045 6254 PDZ 0.045 UNCH 880 0.045 39.1
5.459 4.541 5.420 5.380 5398 GAMUDA 5.410 0.030 4261.6 5.408 20.12 2.22 13,258.5 1.250 0.867 5133 PENERGY 1.040 1.92 334.6
1.610 0.815 1.610 1.550 5226 GBGAQRS 1.590 0.010 1185.4 1.591 17.73 683.6 1.550 1.540 7108 PERDANA 1.540 1,198.8
0.920 0.710 0.755 0.730 5169 HOHUP 0.740 -0.005 450.6 0.745 4.44 277.4 0.235 0.040 0.050 0.040 47 PERISAI 0.050 0.005 854.9 0.045 63.0
1.846 1.510 1.520 1.520 6238 HSL 1.520 UNCH 96.4 1.520 16.24 1.58 885.7 0.290 0.115 0.215 0.195 7080 PERMAJU 0.210 0.010 200 0.205 41.1
3.557 2.998 3.490 3.420 3336 IJM 3.420 -0.010 2531 3.439 18.84 2.19 12,405.0 1.770 1.413 1.600 1.550 5219 PESTECH 1.600 0.040 109.6 1.566 21.86 1,221.4
0.760 0.565 0.685 0.680 5268 IKHMAS 0.685 0.005 46.1 0.683 69.19 0.73 356.2 25.245 22.325 24.020 23.780 5681 PETDAG 23.800 -0.220 382.2 23.812 25.01 3.03 23,644.2
0.360 0.290 0.305 0.300 192 INTA 0.300 -0.005 1958 0.300 0.25 160.6 0.250 0.030 7027 PETONE 0.055 8.33 2.8
0.710 0.500 8834 IREKA 0.615 22.95 105.1 5.577 4.370 4.390 4.380 7081 PHARMA 4.380 0.010 2.4 4.382 24.59 3.65 1,136.1
1.790 0.910 1.490 1.460 4723 JAKS 1.480 0.010 1155.2 1.475 89.70 713.7 0.189 0.118 0.155 0.155 7201 PICORP 0.155 -0.005 98.6 0.155 3.94 102.0
0.500 0.210 0.285 0.275 9083 JETSON 0.285 0.005 327 0.278 58.9 0.420 0.225 7163 PJBUMI 0.265 21.7
3.790 2.030 3.630 3.570 7161 KERJAYA 3.600 0.030 444.1 3.600 15.80 1.53 2,017.1 5.780 2.721 5.320 5.200 4634 POS 5.300 0.020 1030.9 5.287 41.12 2.02 4,148.7
2.380 1.706 2.380 2.240 5171 KIMLUN 2.380 0.130 29.9 2.255 9.16 2.73 738.9 2.530 1.870 1.950 1.910 5204 PRESBHD 1.920 UNCH 793.4 1.929 102.67 1.56 929.3
1.540 1.010 9628 LEBTECH 1.500 156.25 204.7 2.500 1.530 1.630 1.530 8346 PRKCORP 1.620 -0.010 13.5 1.554 162.0
1.240 0.684 5129 MELATI 0.805 6.55 2.17 96.6 0.320 0.155 0.315 0.305 186 PTRANS 0.310 UNCH 2016.9 0.310 13.08 1.45 354.3
0.575 0.240 0.455 0.425 5006 MERGE 0.440 0.015 736.9 0.443 17.46 29.5 0.932 0.820 0.830 0.820 5272 RANHILL 0.820 -0.005 79.3 0.826 8.42 9.51 728.4
1.417 1.109 1.360 1.350 9571 MITRA 1.350 UNCH 723.8 1.350 7.03 3.70 922.2 0.360 0.165 0.290 0.280 37 RGB 0.285 UNCH 2867.5 0.285 14.92 2.11 381.4
1.340 0.610 1.260 1.250 7595 MLGLOBAL 1.250 UNCH 243.3 1.254 41.81 493.2 0.385 0.305 0.325 0.325 8885 RPB 0.325 -0.015 15 0.325 279.0
0.440 0.250 0.325 0.300 5924 MTDACPI 0.325 0.025 76 0.317 75.3 0.687 0.485 0.500 0.485 8567 SALCON 0.490 -0.010 1500.8 0.490 3.86 332.1
1.670 0.725 1.210 1.190 5085 MUDAJYA 1.200 -0.010 242.6 1.200 662.9 1.147 0.358 0.875 0.835 5147 SAMCHEM 0.865 0.020 350.8 0.853 14.32 3.76 235.3
2.990 2.090 2.830 2.770 5703 MUHIBAH 2.770 -0.050 690.5 2.817 11.94 1.99 1,335.5 0.315 0.110 0.255 0.250 9113 SANBUMI 0.255 UNCH 710.5 0.252 57.7
0.724 0.356 0.635 0.630 8311 PESONA 0.630 -0.005 65 0.632 20.79 3.17 420.4 2.399 1.920 2.110 2.080 99 SCICOM 2.090 UNCH 563.8 2.082 15.68 4.31 742.9
1.980 1.132 1.980 1.900 7055 PLB 1.960 0.090 163.5 1.936 57.48 0.51 178.9 0.215 0.090 0.115 0.110 7158 SCOMI 0.110 UNCH 1460 0.115 210.9
1.273 0.924 1.040 1.030 5070 PRTASCO 1.040 UNCH 125.8 1.033 13.58 5.77 441.7 0.270 0.105 0.115 0.110 7045 SCOMIES 0.115 0.005 306.5 0.110 269.3
0.215 0.095 0.150 0.150 7145 PSIPTEK 0.150 -0.005 944.5 0.150 15.96 52.3 1.160 0.972 7053 SEEHUP 1.010 7.13 52.8
4.270 3.125 4.060 4.040 9598 PTARAS 4.050 0.010 27.1 4.045 17.34 4.94 668.1 0.769 0.559 0.690 0.680 9792 SEG 0.680 -0.010 1191.4 0.684 32.69 5.15 859.7
1.390 0.405 1.140 1.110 5205 SENDAI 1.120 -0.010 1877.1 1.119 0.45 866.9 1.911 1.120 1.470 1.400 5250 SEM 1.420 -0.050 1050.8 1.432 36.98 1.62 1,751.4
2.180 1.533 2.140 2.110 5263 SUNCON 2.120 UNCH 456.9 2.124 21.22 2.36 2,740.9 2.100 1.324 1.530 1.500 5218 SENERGY 1.510 -0.020 2137.3 1.514 71.23 0.66 9,048.2
0.415 0.295 0.300 0.295 9717 SYCAL 0.295 UNCH 46 0.296 16.39 94.5 2.267 1.488 1.930 1.880 5279 SERBADK 1.900 UNCH 2253.2 1.907 1.99 2,536.5
0.795 0.364 0.795 0.770 5054 TRC 0.790 0.030 18783.3 0.787 9.81 2.41 379.6 9.700 7.261 9.410 9.380 4197 SIME 9.400 UNCH 2545.4 9.398 20.06 2.87 63,927.9
2.320 1.500 1.720 1.710 5622 TRIPLC 1.720 0.010 20 1.719 10.95 118.0 0.917 0.651 9431 SJC 0.670 44.97 1.49 27.2
0.825 0.430 0.695 0.690 5042 TSRCAP 0.690 -0.005 40 0.692 10.50 120.4 1.380 1.200 1.240 1.210 5242 SOLID 1.240 UNCH 43.9 1.219 41.89 1.05 207.5
0.145 0.110 0.120 0.115 7070 VIZIONE 0.115 UNCH 1365.5 0.116 104.55 100.6 2.540 2.140 2.270 2.260 6084 STAR 2.260 -0.010 89.7 2.268 16.50 7.96 1,669.2
1.680 0.890 1.390 1.380 3565 WCEHB 1.390 -0.010 167.3 1.387 39.71 1,393.8 3.090 2.262 2.840 2.810 9865 SUIWAH 2.810 -0.120 6.2 2.832 16.84 1.25 171.4
2.467 1.496 1.950 1.890 9679 WCT 1.890 -0.060 1359.6 1.909 25.68 1.58 2,671.4 0.105 0.045 0.055 0.050 1201 SUMATEC 0.050 UNCH 3309.3 0.050 193.3
0.670 0.535 0.545 0.535 7028 ZECON 0.535 -0.005 298 0.542 1.24 63.7 4.400 2.756 4.350 4.290 5211 SUNWAY 4.340 0.020 2774.7 4.311 15.00 2.05 9,050.0
0.205 0.100 0.130 0.125 2283 ZELAN 0.130 UNCH 160.5 0.127 109.8 2.257 1.846 2.090 2.080 6521 SURIA 2.090 0.030 40.5 2.086 9.44 3.35 602.3
TRADING SERVICES 0.345 0.235 0.270 0.270 5173 SYSCORP 0.270 UNCH 20 0.270 300.0 324.0
0.550 0.350 0.390 0.380 5238 AAX 0.380 -0.010 18366.2 0.384 38.78 1,576.3 0.490 0.285 0.440 0.415 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.430 -0.005 2291.1 0.425 17.55 164.1
0.260 0.135 0.145 0.140 5166 AEGB 0.145 0.005 329.7 0.145 59.4 1.747 1.289 1.480 1.480 8524 TALIWRK 1.480 0.010 8.4 1.480 25.65 5.41 1,790.0
2.960 2.082 2.120 2.110 6599 AEON 2.120 UNCH 92.5 2.115 40.38 1.42 2,976.5 2.667 1.419 2.550 2.510 5140 TASCO 2.520 -0.030 38.6 2.525 16.44 1.79 504.0
0.435 0.160 0.310 0.290 7315 AHB 0.295 -0.010 3140.1 0.298 84.29 47.2 14.560 12.832 14.180 14.120 5347 TENAGA 14.160 -0.020 6643 14.160 11.52 2.75 80,131.7
3.468 2.086 3.290 3.250 5099 AIRASIA 3.290 0.030 5180 3.274 5.43 3.65 10,995.1 1.573 1.150 1.160 1.150 8702 TEXCHEM 1.150 UNCH 55.5 1.151 28.75 17.39 142.7
9.389 5.872 8.760 8.700 5014 AIRPORT 8.730 -0.020 2867.7 8.724 125.97 1.26 14,484.7 0.225 0.050 0.055 0.050 7206 THHEAVY 0.055 UNCH 296.1 0.051 61.7
0.370 0.110 0.130 0.130 5115 ALAM 0.130 UNCH 203.3 0.130 120.2 6.698 5.690 6.400 6.390 4863 TM 6.400 0.010 976.3 6.399 35.34 3.36 24,050.8
0.270 0.070 0.090 0.085 159 AMEDIA 0.090 0.005 33.5 0.090 21.6 0.990 0.770 0.790 0.770 101 TMCLIFE 0.780 UNCH 668.1 0.774 65.00 0.15 1,354.2
8.632 7.200 7.250 7.200 6351 AMWAY 7.220 0.010 4.9 7.232 25.77 2.77 1,186.9 1.870 1.470 1.700 1.680 8397 TNLOGIS 1.700 0.010 300.2 1.690 8.67 2.94 763.2
2.378 2.133 2.170 2.170 7083 ANALABS 2.170 -0.030 22 2.170 10.89 1.50 130.3 1.060 0.380 7218 TOCEAN 0.635 39.69 26.0
0.085 0.025 0.045 0.040 5194 APFT 0.040 -0.005 5948.5 0.044 22.0 1.000 0.750 5167 TURBO 0.770 21.21 6.49 83.2
0.840 0.500 0.700 0.690 5210 ARMADA 0.695 UNCH 1658.4 0.694 1.18 4,077.1 2.892 2.400 7137 UMS 2.700 15.38 2.22 109.9
0.220 0.100 0.160 0.155 1481 ASB 0.160 UNCH 1146 0.158 20.25 1.56 108.3 1.040 0.285 0.295 0.285 5243 UMWOG 0.290 -0.005 6965.9 0.291 627.0
2.869 2.466 2.650 2.620 6399 ASTRO 2.650 0.030 1353.5 2.634 22.29 4.34 13,805.2 1.294 0.978 1.080 1.070 7091 UNIMECH 1.070 0.020 8.7 1.070 15.64 2.80 140.4
4.959 4.000 4.340 4.000 7048 ATLAN 4.300 -0.120 454.4 4.048 21.70 3.72 1,090.7 0.730 0.365 5754 UTUSAN 0.425 47.1
1.180 0.715 1.150 1.130 7579 AWC 1.150 0.020 833.6 1.143 13.51 1.30 306.9 1.980 1.300 1.430 1.420 7250 UZMA 1.420 UNCH 514.2 1.420 17.03 454.4
5.898 4.085 4.810 4.740 6888 AXIATA 4.790 -0.010 3150.6 4.775 112.97 1.67 43,101.0 1.070 0.600 1.070 0.995 7240 VOIR 1.060 0.065 960 1.032 757.1 153.9
0.653 0.225 0.575 0.550 5021 AYS 0.560 0.010 1813.9 0.565 7.65 4.46 213.0 2.157 1.663 1.990 1.990 5016 WARISAN 1.990 -0.110 1 1.990 2.01 133.7
0.740 0.560 0.575 0.560 7251 BARAKAH 0.570 UNCH 116 0.572 54.29 470.6 0.580 0.410 7692 WIDETEC 0.580 26.48 26.0
2.293 1.843 1.950 1.920 5248 BAUTO 1.950 0.010 234.5 1.933 18.79 5.97 2,251.3 4.426 3.542 3.660 3.610 5246 WPRTS 3.660 0.020 202.3 3.640 20.95 3.57 12,480.6
0.495 0.365 0.385 0.375 7241 BHS 0.385 0.005 303.8 0.379 176.5 1.448 0.816 1.150 1.130 5267 XINHWA 1.150 UNCH 91.9 1.140 24.21 0.87 248.4
0.280 0.170 0.200 0.195 6998 BINTAI 0.200 -0.005 85.6 0.198 57.9 0.075 0.020 0.050 0.045 7122 YFG 0.045 -0.005 310 0.050 27.4
6.567 5.863 5032 BIPORT 6.060 17.39 3.96 2,787.6 3.679 2.794 3.600 3.580 7293 YINSON 3.600 UNCH 93.4 3.594 16.76 0.56 3,934.1
2.610 1.428 2.600 2.500 5275 BISON 2.600 UNCH 28.6 2.577 40.82 0.77 806.2 1.715 1.400 1.430 1.400 4677 YTL 1.420 0.020 4677.3 1.417 17.77 6.69 15,493.0
0.410 0.306 0.330 0.325 3395 BJCORP 0.325 -0.005 3173.5 0.329 12.17 1,600.2 FINANCE
1.956 1.208 1.400 1.390 5196 BJFOOD 1.390 -0.010 31.7 1.392 46.18 529.3 13.980 13.140 13.580 13.420 5139 AEONCR 13.420 -0.180 106.8 13.464 10.96 3.13 2,898.7
0.700 0.425 0.430 0.430 4219 BJLAND 0.430 -0.005 41.1 0.430 7.78 2,150.1 2.949 2.018 2.560 2.550 5185 AFFIN 2.560 UNCH 89.3 2.553 8.75 2.93 4,973.9
0.470 0.205 0.325 0.325 6025 BJMEDIA 0.325 0.005 15.1 0.325 76.4 4.400 3.446 3.900 3.870 2488 AFG 3.890 -0.010 286.7 3.889 11.58 4.11 6,022.1
3.258 2.280 2.360 2.330 1562 BJTOTO 2.330 -0.020 729 2.340 13.01 6.01 3,147.9 15.600 9.492 14.100 13.960 1163 ALLIANZ 14.040 -0.040 61.5 13.997 7.87 0.64 2,449.7
0.135 0.092 0.105 0.100 7036 BORNOIL 0.105 UNCH 15193 0.100 11.41 477.3 15.100 9.511 1163PA ALLIANZ-PA 15.100 0.72 1,311.8
0.945 0.515 0.530 0.525 9474 BRAHIMS 0.525 -0.005 95 0.526 124.0 5.551 3.754 4.910 4.850 1015 AMBANK 4.870 0.020 787.3 4.870 11.05 3.61 14,679.1
2.789 2.510 2.710 2.670 2771 BSTEAD 2.710 0.010 421.5 2.704 14.46 5.54 5,493.1 1.934 1.263 5088 APEX 1.570 23.57 3.18 335.3
0.395 0.280 0.300 0.300 5257 CARIMIN 0.300 0.010 6 0.300 70.2 4.610 3.782 4.450 4.360 5258 BIMB 4.370 -0.090 231.4 4.402 12.14 2.97 7,156.9
1.990 1.300 1.700 1.650 5245 CARING 1.650 -0.050 10.5 1.687 27.36 0.91 359.2 11.140 8.057 10.600 10.460 1818 BURSA 10.580 UNCH 347.9 10.526 26.95 3.50 5,686.8
3.397 2.130 2.280 2.230 2925 CCB 2.280 0.050 20.1 2.250 11.97 2.19 229.7 6.870 4.129 6.770 6.600 1023 CIMB 6.620 0.020 12681.2 6.631 14.78 3.02 59,925.0
1.440 0.835 1.280 1.250 7117 CENTURY 1.270 0.030 583.1 1.264 23.74 2.76 498.6 0.705 0.320 0.550 0.535 2143 ECM 0.550 UNCH 267.3 0.545 23.40 157.6
0.470 0.400 7209 CHEETAH 0.400 1.88 51.0 1.260 1.102 1.220 1.190 5228 ELKDESA 1.200 -0.010 129.1 1.205 11.19 5.63 353.2
1.490 0.812 1.360 1.350 5273 CHINHIN 1.350 -0.010 554.1 1.350 15.59 2.59 719.4 16.300 12.501 16.000 15.640 5819 HLBANK 16.000 0.340 459.1 15.841 14.74 2.56 34,683.5
0.675 0.383 0.610 0.600 7016 CHUAN 0.600 UNCH 198.3 0.604 8.25 3.00 101.2 10.100 7.327 5274 HLCAP 9.980 31.65 1.20 2,464.0
0.100 0.065 0.075 0.070 5104 CNI 0.075 0.005 10.1 0.070 4.00 54.0 17.735 13.892 17.000 16.880 1082 HLFG 16.900 -0.020 71.7 16.902 11.78 2.25 19,393.0
1.240 0.650 0.850 0.840 5136 COMPLET 0.850 UNCH 10 0.845 10.90 105.2 2.610 2.521 6688 HWANG 2.610 20.03 1.15 666.0
0.045 0.025 0.030 0.025 5037 COMPUGT 0.030 UNCH 520 0.029 64.0 1.140 0.627 1.060 1.040 3379 INSAS 1.050 0.010 1848.3 1.050 3.81 0.95 728.0
2.820 1.907 2.500 2.460 5184 CYPARK 2.470 0.010 56.7 2.470 12.66 2.11 644.5 0.970 0.887 0.960 0.960 3379PA INSAS-PA 0.960 0.005 2 0.960 6.25 127.3
0.880 0.565 0.575 0.565 5276 DANCO 0.565 UNCH 800.2 0.574 12.10 2.65 168.4 0.395 0.120 0.345 0.305 3441 JOHAN 0.340 0.035 32651.8 0.332 211.8
0.105 0.050 0.075 0.070 91 DAYA 0.075 UNCH 492 0.072 143.2 0.690 0.415 0.530 0.525 6483 KENANGA 0.530 UNCH 114.8 0.529 33.33 4.25 382.9
1.290 0.730 1.010 1.000 5141 DAYANG 1.000 UNCH 90.6 1.003 22.83 964.8 19.302 15.157 17.940 17.840 8621 LPI 17.860 0.040 88 17.877 19.91 4.59 5,929.3
1.126 0.790 0.800 0.790 5132 DELEUM 0.790 -0.010 62.2 0.795 14.44 4.43 316.2 0.917 0.814 0.830 0.820 1198 MAA 0.820 -0.015 699.1 0.821 10.98 224.3
0.895 0.600 0.650 0.640 7212 DESTINI 0.650 UNCH 390 0.644 19.46 750.9 3.210 2.625 3.200 3.190 1058 MANULFE 3.200 0.030 4 3.195 12.71 3.28 647.6
1.970 1.426 1.950 1.910 7277 DIALOG 1.930 -0.010 12405.1 1.931 29.78 1.24 10,888.4 9.670 7.250 9.650 9.620 1155 MAYBANK 9.650 0.010 10850 9.644 13.85 5.39 101,886.6
6.537 4.312 5.000 4.990 5908 DKSH 5.000 0.010 87.7 4.999 16.01 1.90 788.3 1.380 0.743 1.260 1.240 1171 MBSB 1.240 -0.010 1679.9 1.247 20.91 2.42 7,346.3
0.690 0.196 0.570 0.555 4456 DNEX 0.560 UNCH 14414.5 0.561 3.91 0.89 981.1 2.840 1.621 2.520 2.480 6459 MNRB 2.500 UNCH 95.5 2.490 10.84 799.0
1.591 1.092 1.180 1.170 5216 DSONIC 1.170 -0.010 332.1 1.176 25.22 3.42 1,579.5 1.830 1.160 1.480 1.460 5237 MPHBCAP 1.480 -0.010 73.3 1.468 16.37 1,058.2
0.295 0.175 0.175 0.175 2097 EASTLND 0.175 UNCH 274.7 0.175 43.0 1.309 1.185 1.260 1.250 6009 P&O 1.260 -0.020 61 1.260 19.66 7.70 309.9
0.920 0.385 0.405 0.395 5259 EATECH 0.400 -0.005 1288.7 0.400 5.63 201.6 20.760 18.918 20.760 20.580 1295 PBBANK 20.760 0.160 2661.3 20.668 15.12 2.84 80,593.2
0.370 0.200 0.235 0.235 5036 EDARAN 0.235 -0.005 5 0.235 14.1 1.920 0.715 1.700 1.680 9296 RCECAP 1.700 UNCH 753.3 1.689 7.12 1.76 602.8
0.290 0.165 0.200 0.195 7471 EDEN 0.195 UNCH 360.7 0.195 60.7 5.550 4.473 5.020 4.980 1066 RHBBANK 4.980 -0.010 440.1 4.999 12.29 2.41 19,970.0
3.589 2.280 2.550 2.520 1368 EDGENTA 2.530 -0.020 182.4 2.536 24.23 2.77 2,104.0 0.708 0.422 0.605 0.590 4898 TA 0.600 0.010 261.4 0.600 3.72 2.83 1,027.1
0.590 0.220 0.375 0.360 64 EFFICEN 0.360 -0.005 3662.4 0.367 255.3 4.250 3.800 4.060 4.030 6139 TAKAFUL 4.040 UNCH 28.4 4.039 17.84 3.88 3,325.5
1.000 0.776 0.890 0.890 5081 EIG 0.890 -0.010 47.1 0.890 15.61 2.53 211.1 1.629 1.050 1.070 1.050 5230 TUNEPRO 1.060 UNCH 1038.4 1.060 11.50 4.91 796.9

* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
Markets 2 7
BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET . ACE 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)
PROPERTIES 0.610 0.250 0.380 0.375 9075 THETA 0.375 -0.010 10.2 0.379 40.2
0.888 0.740 0.845 0.840 1007 AMPROP 0.840 -0.005 63.4 0.842 37.50 3.57 510.4 0.215 0.080 0.110 0.105 118 TRIVE 0.110 0.005 865.2 0.110 50.00 147.0
1.850 0.990 5959 A&M 1.420 31.14 518.4 4.110 2.206 4.110 3.850 5005 UNISEM 4.080 0.270 2834.2 4.041 17.35 2.70 2,994.0
0.448 0.345 0.410 0.410 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.410 -0.005 4 0.410 4.88 119.1 4.790 1.727 4.560 4.420 97 VITROX 4.450 -0.080 435.5 4.471 30.73 0.73 2,091.9
0.230 0.145 0.155 0.155 4057 ASIAPAC 0.155 UNCH 76.4 0.155 16.85 155.8 1.750 0.621 1.670 1.620 8 WILLOW 1.640 0.030 436.5 1.649 19.32 1.22 406.7
0.550 0.420 0.445 0.430 6602 BCB 0.445 0.005 166 0.436 9.04 183.6 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
0.665 0.440 0.465 0.440 9814 BERTAM 0.455 0.005 76 0.453 1.89 94.1 5.139 4.630 4.820 4.790 6947 DIGI 4.810 -0.010 1648.5 4.812 24.20 4.10 37,397.8
1.400 0.710 1.220 1.180 3239 BJASSET 1.200 UNCH 617.4 1.198 1,426.6 6.150 5.431 5.870 5.840 6645 LITRAK 5.860 0.010 47.2 5.851 13.92 4.27 3,087.2
1.500 1.030 1.250 1.190 5738 CHHB 1.190 -0.040 62 1.242 328.1 0.372 0.221 0.300 0.285 5078 M&G 0.295 0.005 1391.5 0.292 16.95 207.0
1.740 1.430 1.560 1.560 6718 CRESNDO 1.560 UNCH 34 1.560 6.39 3.21 437.5 1.270 0.835 0.850 0.835 6807 PUNCAK 0.835 -0.010 425 0.839 375.2
1.720 1.235 1.660 1.650 5049 CVIEW 1.650 -0.010 99.5 1.660 5.52 9.09 165.0 9.890 7.115 9.700 9.670 5031 TIMECOM 9.700 -0.020 241.6 9.691 13.24 2.05 5,640.1
2.390 2.073 2.260 2.260 5355 DAIMAN 2.260 0.010 3.1 2.260 17.33 2.21 479.6 1.539 1.304 1.430 1.410 6742 YTLPOWR 1.430 0.020 3990.2 1.420 12.71 6.99 11,644.6
1.040 0.500 0.560 0.550 3484 DBHD 0.550 -0.010 75.8 0.552 170.2 CLOSED-END FUNDS
2.130 1.400 1.620 1.610 3417 E&O 1.620 UNCH 1105.9 1.617 23.51 1.85 2,147.0 2.690 2.260 2.600 2.600 5108 ICAP 2.600 UNCH 44 2.600 5200 364.0
0.325 0.250 0.290 0.285 3557 ECOFIRS 0.290 UNCH 1079.9 0.288 27.36 232.9 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
1.720 1.260 1.560 1.530 8206 ECOWLD 1.560 0.030 634.2 1.539 18.51 4,593.2 1.129 1.070 0800EA ABFMY1 1.129 5.03 1,490.8
0.920 0.570 0.750 0.715 6076 ENCORP 0.750 0.015 124 0.735 5.74 209.0 1.960 1.680 1.925 1.925 0822EA CIMBA40 1.925 UNCH 0.5 1.925 3.84 2.6
3.180 1.850 2.950 2.870 8613 ENRA 2.950 0.180 4.2 2.899 33.37 1.02 401.8 1.590 1.200 0823EA CIMBC50 1.590 15.5
1.240 0.730 1.110 1.090 6815 EUPE 1.110 0.020 52 1.107 142.1 1.865 1.700 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.840 1.79 3.1
1.360 1.000 1.080 1.070 5283 EWINT 1.080 UNCH 782.2 1.071 2,592.0 1.070 0.971 0826EA METFAPA 1.070 20.3
0.617 0.468 0.530 0.530 6041 FARLIM 0.530 UNCH 13.5 0.530 6.05 3.77 74.4 0.952 0.905 0825EA METFSID 0.923 2.54 48.9
0.787 0.610 0.685 0.670 5020 GLOMAC 0.680 0.010 967.8 0.676 4.44 5.15 494.9 1.115 1.045 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.100 2.03 305.7
0.523 0.367 0.440 0.430 9962 GMUTUAL 0.440 UNCH 5 0.432 8.30 4.55 165.3 1.110 1.010 1.080 1.080 0824EA MYETFID 1.080 UNCH 170 1.080 1.41 54.9
0.470 0.290 0.375 0.365 1147 GOB 0.370 UNCH 280.1 0.371 21.14 1.35 168.2 REITS
1.450 1.110 1.170 1.160 1503 GUOCO 1.170 -0.010 19.5 1.163 3.80 1.71 819.5 1.073 0.935 0.940 0.940 4952 AHP 0.940 UNCH 15 0.940 44.34 4.79 206.8
0.480 0.370 0.430 0.430 7010 HOOVER 0.430 UNCH 12.3 0.430 17.2 1.659 1.415 1.560 1.520 5116 ALAQAR 1.550 0.030 2019.5 1.546 18.17 4.97 1,128.8
1.407 0.815 0.845 0.835 5062 HUAYANG 0.840 UNCH 67.7 0.842 7.63 4.76 295.7 1.050 0.945 1.010 1.000 5269 ALSREIT 1.000 -0.010 17 1.005 11.90 6.00 580.0
0.648 0.494 0.590 0.575 4251 IBHD 0.580 -0.005 1263.1 0.582 8.24 3.24 584.5 0.828 0.725 0.730 0.725 5120 AMFIRST 0.725 -0.005 134.9 0.730 22.38 5.60 497.6
1.050 0.755 5084 IBRACO 0.895 19.89 3.91 444.3 0.980 0.858 0.955 0.950 5127 ARREIT 0.950 UNCH 20.5 0.951 13.81 6.06 544.6
2.990 2.359 2.830 2.810 1597 IGB 2.810 -0.010 81.8 2.824 10.38 3.56 3,835.1 1.190 0.995 5130 ATRIUM 1.170 23.31 5.81 142.5
2.379 1.850 2.130 2.110 5249 IOIPG 2.120 -0.010 2423.1 2.118 10.26 3.50 11,673.0 1.694 1.497 1.660 1.600 5106 AXREIT 1.650 0.040 342.9 1.635 17.15 5.13 1,823.5
0.620 0.380 0.395 0.390 5175 IVORY 0.395 0.005 123.3 0.390 19.95 193.6 1.664 1.422 1.480 1.460 5180 CMMT 1.470 UNCH 281.8 1.470 19.60 5.69 2,990.9
3.290 0.785 1.380 1.310 1589 IWCITY 1.310 -0.040 9723.9 1.338 1,097.0 1.581 1.230 1.270 1.240 5121 HEKTAR 1.250 0.020 487.8 1.250 12.17 7.98 577.0
0.173 0.095 0.105 0.100 6769 JKGLAND 0.105 0.005 468 0.103 15.44 2.19 238.9 1.790 1.448 1.750 1.740 5227 IGBREIT 1.750 UNCH 1160.7 1.750 21.77 4.96 6,131.0
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 3115 KBUNAI 0.055 -0.005 1931 0.059 16.67 317.7 1.029 0.900 0.945 0.940 5280 KIPREIT 0.945 0.005 91 0.944 22.39 3.09 477.5
0.974 0.798 7323 KEN 0.900 5.46 2.78 172.5 8.100 7.119 7.920 7.810 5235SS KLCC 7.810 0.030 369.8 7.839 16.02 4.56 14,099.7
1.330 0.995 1.230 1.210 5038 KSL 1.220 UNCH 941.7 1.216 3.85 1,265.8 1.350 1.130 1.310 1.300 5123 MQREIT 1.300 UNCH 960.8 1.300 15.51 9.76 1,388.4
0.312 0.210 0.230 0.220 3174 L&G 0.220 -0.005 2294.3 0.225 9.48 7.23 644.4 1.910 1.588 1.750 1.730 5212 PAVREIT 1.750 0.010 222 1.747 17.47 4.59 5,296.0
1.295 1.051 1.150 1.150 8494 LBICAP 1.150 -0.020 3.3 1.150 3.98 9.13 92.7 1.780 1.549 1.720 1.700 5176 SUNREIT 1.710 UNCH 1140.5 1.706 15.32 5.29 5,036.1
2.078 1.489 1.970 1.960 5789 LBS 1.970 UNCH 545 1.963 12.82 2.03 1,333.2 1.220 1.132 1.220 1.220 5111 TWRREIT 1.220 0.010 1 1.220 16.94 5.68 342.2
0.460 0.235 0.420 0.415 3573 LIENHOE 0.420 -0.005 180 0.415 151.9 1.796 1.561 1.680 1.680 5110 UOAREIT 1.680 UNCH 53.1 1.680 15.83 5.62 710.4
1.690 0.926 1.530 1.500 7617 MAGNA 1.520 0.020 127 1.513 2.05 3.95 509.1 1.230 1.018 1.210 1.200 5109 YTLREIT 1.200 UNCH 221.2 1.209 5.83 2,045.3
1.700 1.340 1.590 1.560 8583 MAHSING 1.570 UNCH 1058.7 1.586 11.82 4.14 3,783.0 SPAC
1.940 0.551 1.090 1.030 6181 MALTON 1.030 -0.050 7447.7 1.046 13.01 2.43 543.6 0.720 0.670 5234 CLIQ 0.720 454.3
2.828 2.280 2.760 2.710 5236 MATRIX 2.710 -0.030 266.7 2.726 8.32 5.07 1,578.2 0.480 0.455 5241 SONA 0.475 670.1
1.880 1.000 7189 MBWORLD 1.560 7.75 245.5
1.200 0.750 0.915 0.900 5182 MCT 0.900 -0.065 1000 0.900 20.59 1,201.3
0.525 0.415
1.020 0.680
0.605 0.250
0.430
0.855
0.500
0.425
0.850
0.420
5040
1694
8141
MEDAINC
MENANG
MJPERAK
0.430
0.855
0.475
UNCH
-0.005
0.045
46
87.7
6133.9
0.429
0.855

7.14
0.468 113.10


4.51
211.8
228.4
122.1
Ace Market
2.614 2.200 2.230 2.210 6114 MKH 2.230 0.010 121.3 2.218 5.44 3.04 1,250.8 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
0.360 0.270 0.280 0.270 8893 MKLAND 0.280 0.005 221.5 0.275 20.29 338.0 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
0.215 0.085 6548 MPCORP 0.135 38.8
CONSUMER PRODUCTS
1.761 1.125 1.220 1.170 1651 MRCB 1.170 -0.040 5152.5 1.184 8.80 2.35 2,565.3
0.285 0.195 0.245 0.235 179 BIOHLDG 0.240 Unch 1715.8 0.240 20.51 193.5
1.080 0.610 0.610 0.610 9539 MUH 0.610 -0.070 5 0.610 34.4
0.365 0.230 0.285 0.270 3913 MUIPROP 0.280 UNCH 139 0.280 20.29 213.9 0.315 0.200 0.220 0.215 170 KANGER 0.215 -0.005 84 0.215 25.00 171.7
1.900 1.230 1.240 1.230 5073 NAIM 1.230 -0.010 199.4 1.231 307.5 0.450 0.200 0.365 0.360 148 SUNZEN 0.365 0.005 315.1 0.361 130.36 175.9
3.080 2.350 5827 OIB 2.400 11.50 3.33 347.7 0.045 0.025 0.040 0.040 95 XINGHE 0.040 Unch 715 0.040 3.81 93.9
1.710 1.346 1.590 1.570 5053 OSK 1.580 -0.020 195.1 1.581 9.44 4.75 2,216.6 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
1.880 1.251 1.850 1.830 1724 PARAMON 1.850 0.020 86.2 1.848 10.61 4.59 784.9 0.245 0.137 0.180 0.180 105 ASIAPLY 0.180 Unch 190 0.180 19.78 2.78 60.0
0.695 0.405 0.610 0.600 6912 PASDEC 0.610 0.015 20 0.610 174.4 0.095 0.030 0.040 0.035 72 AT 0.040 Unch 2309.5 0.040 43.3
1.820 1.540 5075 PLENITU 1.650 13.57 2.73 629.5 0.445 0.245 0.410 0.405 163 CAREPLS 0.405 Unch 1635.4 0.406 72.32 0.74 195.7
0.365 0.225 0.330 0.330 2208 PTGTIN 0.330 UNCH 61 0.330 114.2 0.330 0.080 0.225 0.215 102 CONNECT 0.220 0.010 1403.7 0.220 88.00 70.8
1.270 0.900 1.060 1.050 4596 SAPRES 1.060 -0.020 3.5 1.053 1.42 2.83 148.0 0.598 0.360 0.375 0.360 100 ESCERAM 0.365 Unch 822 0.366 11.77 1.64 75.0
0.820 0.665 0.685 0.680 5207 SBCCORP 0.685 UNCH 50 0.683 160.9 0.370 0.215 0.225 0.220 175 HHGROUP 0.225 0.005 45.6 0.222 321.43 69.5
1.160 0.785 1.140 1.120 2224 SDRED 1.130 0.010 130.3 1.128 8.41 2.21 481.5 0.145 0.065 0.115 0.110 160 HHHCORP 0.115 Unch 267.2 0.110 23.47 38.3
0.580 0.370 0.515 0.485 4286 SEAL 0.500 0.015 447.4 0.497 37.04 121.5 0.555 0.160 0.540 0.520 162 IJACOBS 0.530 0.005 2024.1 0.528 39.55 71.9
2.962 2.761 2.850 2.850 6017 SHL 2.850 UNCH 10.8 2.850 8.38 7.02 690.1 0.165 0.090 0.150 0.145 24 JAG 0.145 -0.005 14845 0.145 26.36 183.6
0.305 0.135 0.240 0.230 4375 SMI 0.230 -0.010 182.1 0.237 1.70 48.3 0.250 0.125 0.210 0.205 25 LNGRES 0.205 0.005 862.9 0.207 22.04 49.6
1.000 0.690 0.825 0.820 5213 SNTORIA 0.820 UNCH 15.1 0.820 11.97 2.44 409.3 0.150 0.040 0.055 0.050 70 MQTECH 0.050 Unch 200.1 0.051 20.7
5.190 4.211 4.870 4.870 1783 SPB 4.870 -0.010 15 4.870 10.94 2.46 1,673.4 0.860 0.331 0.725 0.695 49 OCNCASH 0.705 -0.005 2190.7 0.711 14.24 0.99 157.2
4.311 2.833 3.300 3.250 8664 SPSETIA 3.270 0.010 73.2 3.284 4.77 6.12 9,764.5 0.610 0.130 0.355 0.335 38 PTB 0.340 -0.010 248.3 0.343 77.27 51.1
1.590 0.815 1.450 1.440 3743 SUNSURIA 1.440 UNCH 123.5 1.441 20.40 1,150.3 0.105 0.055 0.060 0.055 133 SANICHI 0.055 -0.005 2090.6 0.056 47.2
4.400 2.756 4.350 4.290 5211 SUNWAY 4.340 0.020 2774.7 4.311 15.00 2.05 9,050.0 0.060 0.025 0.030 0.030 109 SCBUILD 0.030 Unch 715 0.030 26.5
1.070 0.625 0.925 0.900 1538 SYMLIFE 0.915 -0.005 208.4 0.916 8.11 3.28 283.7 0.220 0.110 0.190 0.180 1 SCOMNET 0.185 0.005 1661.4 0.185 14.80 2.16 45.0
0.395 0.215 0.340 0.320 5158 TAGB 0.335 0.015 3894.3 0.334 8.05 1.19 1,782.8 0.289 0.117 0.245 0.235 28 SCOPE 0.235 Unch 963.6 0.239 28.66 2.13 131.7
7.600 5.976 2305 TAHPS 7.280 28.26 0.69 544.9 0.290 0.115 0.175 0.175 55 SERSOL 0.175 Unch 1387.6 0.175 37.7
0.060 0.035 0.055 0.050 2259 TALAMT 0.055 0.005 1192.9 0.051 232.1 0.955 0.178 0.770 0.740 84 TECFAST 0.760 -0.005 3022.9 0.752 34.39 0.66 130.0
1.471 1.266 1.330 1.290 5191 TAMBUN 1.300 -0.020 418 1.308 4.92 7.69 563.3 TECHNOLOGY
0.140 0.055 0.100 0.095 2429 TANCO 0.100 UNCH 1237.3 0.100 66.2 0.995 0.160 0.720 0.660 18 ACCSOFT 0.665 0.005 394.4 0.686 553.8
0.315 0.170 0.240 0.240 7889 THRIVEN 0.240 0.005 60 0.240 90.4 0.750 0.160 0.735 0.705 181 AEMULUS 0.715 Unch 9292.9 0.723 188.16 313.8
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 7079 TIGER 0.060 0.005 5844.3 0.058 88.3 0.455 0.120 0.360 0.350 119 APPASIA 0.360 0.010 525.7 0.353 105.4
1.930 1.450 1.580 1.580 5239 TITIJYA 1.580 UNCH 2 1.580 8.18 0.32 647.8 0.450 0.150 0.185 0.175 68 ASDION 0.180 Unch 1594.6 0.179 20.9
1.044 0.937 0.955 0.950 5401 TROP 0.955 UNCH 89.9 0.954 10.69 2.59 1,399.8 1.160 0.730 0.830 0.825 98 BAHVEST 0.825 Unch 651.6 0.825 495.0
1.360 0.995 1.170 1.140 5148 UEMS 1.150 -0.010 1171.1 1.158 27.06 1.39 5,218.1 0.770 0.620 0.650 0.640 191 CABNET 0.650 0.010 67 0.642 10.66 84.5
2.680 2.096 2.600 2.570 5200 UOADEV 2.600 0.010 102 2.595 6.61 5.77 4,509.0 0.065 0.030 0.050 0.045 152 DGB 0.050 Unch 700.1 0.045 500.0 26.9
1.890 0.935 1.810 1.800 2976 WINGTM 1.800 -0.010 259.7 1.801 58.44 1.67 877.2 0.075 0.020 131 DGSB 0.030 42.86 40.7
0.525 0.229 0.445 0.410 6378 WMG 0.435 -0.010 140.4 0.437 185.4 0.120 0.050 0.090 0.085 154 EAH 0.085 Unch 455.1 0.088 35.42 126.7
1.279 0.866 0.955 0.955 7003 Y&G 0.955 UNCH 2.5 0.955 11.40 190.4 0.260 0.125 0.150 0.140 107 EDUSPEC 0.150 0.015 4713.2 0.144 26.32 139.9
1.840 1.380 1.410 1.400 3158 YNHPROP 1.400 -0.030 369.7 1.400 18.18 740.6 0.295 0.050 0.250 0.240 116 FOCUS 0.250 Unch 779.3 0.244 194.3
1.610 1.050 1.380 1.350 7066 YONGTAI 1.350 -0.020 1907.7 1.365 20.93 588.2 1.160 0.815 0.980 0.980 104 GENETEC 0.980 0.005 0.2 0.980 34.8
0.670 0.550 0.590 0.575 2577 YTLLAND 0.575 -0.005 12.2 0.587 14.16 485.5 0.759 0.431 0.625 0.615 39 GFM 0.625 0.010 663.5 0.619 25.51 2.32 267.6
MINING 0.090 0.030 0.075 0.070 45 GNB 0.075 Unch 350.2 0.070 21.7
1.290 1.150 1.250 1.250 2186 KUCHAI 1.250 -0.020 2 1.250 0.68 154.7 0.185 0.070 0.175 0.170 74 GOCEAN 0.175 Unch 273.4 0.171 291.67 46.1
PLANTATIONS 0.100 0.040 0.060 0.060 174 IDMENSN 0.060 Unch 120 0.060 120.00 29.7
0.285 0.195 0.205 0.205 7054 AASIA 0.205 UNCH 75.5 0.205 205.00 135.3 0.577 0.227 0.405 0.395 23 IFCAMSC 0.395 Unch 4836.9 0.401 32.92 1.27 240.3
19.575 17.198 19.180 18.880 1899 BKAWAN 19.160 UNCH 15.3 19.122 11.03 2.87 8,352.8 0.100 0.060 0.065 0.065 94 INIX 0.065 Unch 50 0.065 24.07 16.5
8.639 8.380 8.500 8.500 5069 BLDPLNT 8.500 UNCH 5 8.500 41.48 0.47 794.8 0.240 0.100 0.170 0.165 10 IRIS 0.170 0.005 10853.4 0.170 420.2
1.697 1.320 1.660 1.650 5254 BPLANT 1.650 UNCH 203.4 1.659 11.53 8.48 2,640.0 2.290 0.450 2.120 2.000 146 JFTECH 2.040 -0.040 527.7 2.036 60.71 0.49 257.0
0.953 0.624 0.855 0.840 8982 CEPAT 0.845 -0.005 176.6 0.849 9.40 1.78 269.1 3.090 0.594 3.090 2.900 127 JHM 3.080 0.120 1006.2 3.033 29.96 762.2
8.350 7.455 7.950 7.950 1929 CHINTEK 7.950 -0.010 3 7.950 40.92 2.39 726.3 0.270 0.130 0.210 0.195 111 K1 0.200 Unch 2382 0.201 103.8
0.545 0.385 0.435 0.425 3948 DUTALND 0.435 UNCH 402.8 0.429 368.1 0.115 0.025 0.035 0.030 36 KGROUP 0.030 Unch 4295.7 0.030 51.3
9.100 7.205 8.950 8.900 5029 FAREAST 8.950 0.050 3.8 8.914 9.26 3.35 1,265.4 0.900 0.200 0.870 0.805 176 KRONO 0.850 0.035 15907.4 0.849 21.30 229.8
2.506 1.412 1.620 1.580 5222 FGV 1.600 0.020 4766.1 1.601 56.94 0.63 5,837.0 0.190 0.045 0.085 0.080 17 M3TECH 0.085 0.005 1886.8 0.080 49.9
11.679 10.104 10.740 10.640 2291 GENP 10.740 -0.020 426.6 10.732 20.20 0.93 8,628.0 0.335 0.205 0.330 0.315 75 MEXTER 0.320 -0.005 1579.4 0.322 71.3
0.675 0.500 7382 GLBHD 0.590 131.5 0.590 0.420 0.455 0.455 155 MGRC 0.455 Unch 1 0.455 103.41 47.1
1.532 1.105 1.300 1.300 2135 GOPENG 1.300 UNCH 20 1.300 42.76 3.08 233.1 1.600 0.870 0.920 0.895 126 MICROLN 0.920 0.010 101.7 0.901 200.00 154.0
0.895 0.750 7501 HARNLEN 0.760 141.0 0.595 0.306 0.500 0.480 112 MIKROMB 0.485 -0.005 1799.7 0.491 19.64 1.63 208.8
2.650 2.300 2.610 2.600 5138 HSPLANT 2.600 UNCH 13 2.601 14.68 4.23 2,080.0 0.465 0.065 0.155 0.150 85 MLAB 0.150 -0.005 15991 0.153 29.1
3.616 2.932 3.100 3.050 2216 IJMPLNT 3.050 0.050 26.9 3.093 23.35 2.30 2,685.8 0.200 0.160 0.185 0.185 34 MMAG 0.185 Unch 497.5 0.185 50.8
0.734 0.651 0.675 0.670 2607 INCKEN 0.670 -0.005 20 0.673 1.67 281.9 1.830 0.503 1.830 1.770 113 MMSV 1.790 -0.010 853.1 1.796 20.84 1.12 291.8
1.475 0.614 1.080 1.060 6262 INNO 1.070 -0.030 164.7 1.069 13.48 1.87 512.4 0.245 0.060 0.065 0.065 103 MNC 0.065 0.005 1700.5 0.065 20.97 28.3
4.810 4.130 4.460 4.450 1961 IOICORP 4.460 UNCH 980 4.460 96.33 2.02 28,026.0 0.310 0.145 0.280 0.270 156 MPAY 0.275 Unch 21195.5 0.273 195.4
25.137 22.501 24.800 24.700 2445 KLK 24.760 -0.060 545.5 24.741 20.61 2.02 26,431.4 0.735 0.130 0.465 0.410 92 MTOUCHE 0.440 0.015 25666.2 0.441 400.00 56.0
3.500 3.070 3.200 3.200 2453 KLUANG 3.200 0.050 6.5 3.200 71.59 0.31 202.2 0.874 0.625 0.745 0.730 108 N2N 0.740 -0.005 18.3 0.733 28.24 2.70 352.8
4.060 3.079 4.000 4.000 5027 KMLOONG 4.000 0.030 3.5 4.000 15.00 3.75 1,247.2 0.110 0.015 0.045 0.040 20 NETX 0.045 0.005 1125.6 0.042 56.3
0.695 0.491 0.545 0.545 1996 KRETAM 0.545 UNCH 30 0.545 31.14 1.83 1,268.6 0.065 0.035 0.040 0.035 96 NEXGRAM 0.040 Unch 1091 0.039 75.3
1.750 1.220 1.420 1.420 6572 KWANTAS 1.420 -0.080 3.5 1.420 8.90 442.6 0.115 0.070 26 NOVAMSC 0.075 51.2
1.550 1.240 4936 MALPAC 1.360 130.77 102.0 0.685 0.555 0.605 0.595 35 OPCOM 0.600 -0.005 150 0.600 13.48 96.7
0.963 0.777 0.870 0.850 5026 MHC 0.855 -0.020 100.7 0.861 12.01 1.75 168.0 0.414 0.316 0.350 0.350 40 OPENSYS 0.350 Unch 218 0.350 17.24 2.86 104.3
2.388 1.700 1.900 1.700 5047 NPC 1.850 -0.050 13.5 1.798 7.09 0.54 222.0 0.380 0.125 0.140 0.135 79 ORION 0.140 -0.005 709.9 0.140 83.9
4.239 3.735 4.080 4.080 2038 NSOP 4.080 UNCH 8 4.080 33.04 1.47 286.4 0.090 0.045 0.075 0.070 5 PALETTE 0.075 0.005 1603.9 0.075 24.0
0.315 0.190 0.230 0.230 1902 PINEPAC 0.230 -0.010 12 0.230 34.5 0.230 0.135 0.185 0.180 123 PRIVA 0.180 -0.005 1178.1 0.180 1.11 100.5
1.380 0.920 9695 PLS 1.100 359.4 0.175 0.055 0.120 0.115 7 PUC 0.120 Unch 7087.8 0.115 48.00 148.3
0.550 0.430 0.445 0.435 5113 RSAWIT 0.445 UNCH 81.1 0.441 631.2 0.955 0.482 0.955 0.910 106 REXIT 0.930 0.030 4732.3 0.938 23.43 4.30 176.1
4.100 3.346 2542 RVIEW 3.660 17.66 1.64 237.4 0.375 0.218 0.350 0.330 178 SEDANIA 0.345 0.010 3836 0.343 2.90 77.9
3.180 2.900 3.000 3.000 2569 SBAGAN 3.000 UNCH 7.7 3.000 0.67 199.0 0.190 0.055 0.125 0.120 60 SKH 0.120 -0.005 2736.9 0.120 42.86 66.5
0.720 0.505 0.610 0.610 4316 SHCHAN 0.610 -0.020 10 0.610 18.21 73.2 0.300 0.155 0.185 0.180 117 SMRT 0.180 -0.005 340 0.182 63.2
3.965 3.247 3.600 3.560 5126 SOP 3.560 0.020 47.4 3.569 10.27 1.40 2,032.0 0.440 0.100 0.230 0.195 169 SMTRACK 0.210 -0.010 1981.9 0.207 18.2
1.900 1.560 5135 SWKPLNT 1.630 12.61 456.4 0.355 0.232 0.330 0.320 93 SOLUTN 0.320 -0.005 396.9 0.327 12.60 3.13 98.0
0.730 0.535 0.545 0.535 2054 TDM 0.545 0.005 558.5 0.541 19.89 0.92 903.5 0.360 0.080 0.200 0.190 129 SRIDGE 0.195 0.005 1081.3 0.195 23.6
1.207 0.998 1.110 1.110 5112 THPLANT 1.110 -0.010 65 1.110 5.93 5.41 981.1 0.470 0.155 0.430 0.405 50 SYSTECH 0.410 -0.005 14573.6 0.419 48.24 0.73 130.1
1.977 1.560 1.710 1.700 9059 TSH 1.700 UNCH 364.4 1.709 61.82 1.18 2,349.1 0.190 0.140 0.150 0.140 132 TDEX 0.140 Unch 1281.4 0.146 116.67 57.8
6.450 5.330 6.400 6.350 2593 UMCCA 6.400 0.010 18.6 6.386 15.84 3.13 1,339.6 1.300 0.189 1.180 1.150 120 VIS 1.180 0.010 266.5 1.164 18.67 0.42 130.6
28.700 25.323 28.240 28.160 2089 UTDPLT 28.200 UNCH 2.8 28.177 15.23 1.42 5,869.4 0.244 0.115 0.140 0.135 69 VIVOCOM 0.140 0.005 3179.2 0.137 12.50 453.4
HOTELS 0.145 0.065 0.100 0.100 66 VSOLAR 0.100 Unch 1208.1 0.100 37.4
0.628 0.483 0.520 0.520 5592 GCE 0.520 UNCH 1 0.520 3.85 102.4 0.070 0.020 141 WINTONI 0.035 18.0
1.000 0.680 0.840 0.835 1643 LANDMRK 0.835 -0.005 53.1 0.838 441.6 0.275 0.080 0.205 0.200 86 YGL 0.200 -0.005 1630.6 0.200 46.5
0.265 0.115 0.140 0.130 1287 PMHLDG 0.140 UNCH 5970.2 0.135 130.0 TRADING SERVICES
5.295 4.860 5.030 4.860 5517 SHANG 4.990 0.040 149 4.898 27.54 2.81 2,195.6 0.400 0.150 122 AIM 0.255 67.8
TECHNOLOGY 0.165 0.060 0.105 0.105 48 ANCOMLB 0.105 -0.005 10 0.105 49.7
0.715 0.585 0.630 0.630 7031 AMTEL 0.630 UNCH 1.3 0.630 57.27 31.0 0.240 0.120 0.135 0.130 150 ASIABIO 0.135 0.005 722.1 0.130 34.62 60.8
0.420 0.180 0.325 0.315 5195 CENSOF 0.320 -0.005 696.4 0.321 11.19 160.6 0.275 0.155 0.195 0.190 187 BCMALL 0.195 0.005 481.6 0.191 24.68 82.1
0.400 0.105 0.280 0.275 51 CUSCAPI 0.275 UNCH 655.9 0.275 131.8 0.404 0.302 0.320 0.320 11 BTECH 0.320 -0.010 17.8 0.320 18.60 4.78 80.6
0.729 0.283 0.650 0.635 7204 D&O 0.640 0.005 6937.5 0.645 43.24 638.8 0.320 0.170 157 FOCUSP 0.220 36.3
0.710 0.110 0.435 0.410 8338 DATAPRP 0.415 -0.010 5758.1 0.421 174.9 1.009 0.386 0.995 0.920 185 HSSEB 0.990 0.065 9142.9 0.954 19.92 0.64 315.9
0.235 0.150 0.165 0.160 29 DIGISTA 0.165 0.005 529.2 0.160 10.71 98.9 0.900 0.520 0.730 0.730 147 INNITY 0.730 Unch 10 0.730 62.39 101.0
1.578 1.304 1.460 1.430 5162 ECS 1.450 UNCH 43 1.441 8.74 4.14 261.0 0.345 0.235 0.250 0.245 180 KTC 0.245 -0.005 549.8 0.247 34.51 125.0
1.230 0.539 1.200 1.180 65 EFORCE 1.190 UNCH 321.4 1.187 88.81 1.05 492.3 0.350 0.130 0.270 0.265 167 MCLEAN 0.270 Unch 78.2 0.268 23.28 48.3
2.950 1.077 2.810 2.770 90 ELSOFT 2.800 -0.010 210.2 2.782 21.42 1.43 767.6 0.440 0.275 81 MEGASUN 0.275 11.90 60.3
1.870 0.790 1.590 1.560 21 GHLSYS 1.580 UNCH 1646.9 1.578 53.92 0.32 1,041.9 0.280 0.165 0.205 0.200 153 OVERSEA 0.205 Unch 10.1 0.200 97.62 50.5
0.455 0.210 0.360 0.350 82 GPACKET 0.355 -0.005 1366.7 0.356 5.24 269.3 0.200 0.115 0.170 0.160 177 PASUKGB 0.165 Unch 5775.8 0.168 133.9
0.260 0.175 0.240 0.235 56 GRANFLO 0.240 UNCH 60 0.236 2.08 115.9 0.380 0.230 6 PINEAPP 0.300 187.5 14.6
6.350 2.636 6.230 6.110 7022 GTRONIC 6.140 -0.090 162.2 6.171 63.56 0.65 1,748.5 0.375 0.201 0.360 0.345 171 PLABS 0.350 Unch 1118.6 0.353 20.11 2.00 75.2
0.980 0.510 0.875 0.860 5028 HTPADU 0.875 UNCH 41.3 0.867 10.33 5.71 88.6 0.015 0.005 110 RA 0.005 2.63 4.8
2.580 1.980 2.550 2.500 166 INARI 2.540 -0.010 2687.8 2.519 24.24 2.46 5,079.1 0.615 0.280 0.425 0.425 32 REDTONE 0.425 Unch 55.1 0.425 322.0
0.435 0.075 0.215 0.205 9393 ITRONIC 0.205 -0.010 84.5 0.209 21.1 1.080 0.298 0.985 0.925 173 REV 0.930 -0.020 7532.3 0.957 8.36 125.2
0.688 0.453 0.600 0.570 5161 JCY 0.595 0.025 5043.3 0.589 87.50 8.40 1,235.7 0.726 0.477 0.600 0.600 158 SCC 0.600 -0.015 24.6 0.600 13.79 5.05 84.7
16.216 6.298 15.560 15.120 9334 KESM 15.120 -0.380 57.8 15.460 16.82 0.43 650.4 0.275 0.160 0.205 0.195 161 SCH 0.195 Unch 639 0.198 108.33 4.36 80.4
0.180 0.060 0.140 0.130 143 KEYASIC 0.135 -0.005 4972 0.134 120.2 0.230 0.100 0.170 0.160 140 STERPRO 0.165 -0.005 10374.2 0.165 46.1
14.280 7.086 13.860 13.760 3867 MPI 13.820 0.020 218.8 13.795 14.86 1.95 2,900.6 0.195 0.103 0.195 0.185 80 STRAITS 0.195 0.010 1658.9 0.190 75.00 71.7
1.420 0.850 1.410 1.330 5011 MSNIAGA 1.410 -0.010 9.4 1.408 21.30 85.2 1.360 0.955 1.300 1.290 89 TEXCYCL 1.300 0.020 16.5 1.297 13.87 0.38 222.0
1.327 0.343 1.220 1.210 83 NOTION 1.220 UNCH 272.3 1.215 31.85 2.05 403.4 0.230 0.100 0.230 0.210 145 TFP 0.225 0.010 2838.5 0.219 46.1
0.605 0.430 0.470 0.450 9008 OMESTI 0.470 0.020 94.4 0.454 202.4 0.165 0.095 0.110 0.105 165 XOX 0.105 -0.005 2568.2 0.105 89.4
0.375 0.260 0.300 0.285 41 PANPAGE 0.285 -0.005 1028.5 0.292 75.7 FINANCE
4.450 0.910 4.320 4.230 7160 PENTA 4.280 0.020 398 4.276 19.95 627.3 0.810 0.386 0.695 0.665 53 OSKVI 0.690 0.035 159.6 0.681 4.88 2.90 136.3
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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0.380 0.190 0.230 0.230 2062WC HARBOUR-WC 0.230 0.010 18 0.710 1.560 152.11 03/04/2021
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.165 0.135 0.150 0.150 5168CZ HARTA-CZ 0.150 0.010 10 7.130 7.500 16.76 12/02/2018
0.745 0.310 0.745 0.655 4324CA HENGYUAN-CA 0.675 -0.040 14625.1 7.970 6.000 43.04 22/02/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 1.520 0.830 1.520 1.480 5095WB HEVEA-WB 1.480 -0.010 383.6 1.730 0.250 0.00 28/02/2020
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.220 0.075 0.170 0.165 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.165 -0.005 3469.4 0.375 0.500 77.33 23/06/2021
0.165 0.040 0.040 0.040 5238C7 AAX-C7 0.040 Unch 50 0.380 0.430 23.68 31/10/2017 0.530 0.265 0.325 0.320 5169WA HOHUP-WA 0.320 Unch 97.5 0.740 0.600 24.32 21/12/2018
0.320 0.160 0.210 0.205 5238WA AAX-WA 0.210 0.005 931 0.380 0.460 76.32 08/06/2020 0.390 0.270 0.315 0.310 5160WA HOMERIZ-WA 0.315 -0.005 42.8 0.970 0.920 27.32 09/07/2020
0.860 0.105 0.650 0.605 0018WA ACCSOFT-WA 0.605 -0.045 4 0.665 0.100 6.02 18/01/2019 0.230 0.115 0.165 0.160 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.160 -0.005 816.3 0.330 0.180 3.03 05/06/2018
0.120 0.035 0.080 0.075 7146WA AEM-WA 0.075 Unch 208.5 0.175 0.250 85.71 17/12/2019 0.075 0.020 0.025 0.025 7013WB HUBLINE-WB 0.025 0.005 76.1 0.060 0.200 275.0 20/12/2020
0.165 0.005 0.010 0.005 6599CH AEON-CH 0.005 -0.005 615 2.120 2.520 19.46 18/09/2017 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.025 9601WD HWGB-WD 0.025 Unch 300 0.045 0.080 133.3 15/03/2021
0.125 0.125 0.125 0.125 6599CK AEON-CK 0.125 Unch 500 2.120 2.250 17.92 22/02/2018 0.195 0.055 0.100 0.090 3336C5 IJM-C5 0.090 Unch 345 3.420 3.500 6.29 29/12/2017
0.465 0.110 0.385 0.375 5139CB AEONCR-CB 0.375 -0.020 50 13.420 11.000 0.60 16/10/2017 0.250 0.075 0.230 0.225 0166C2 INARI-C2 0.230 -0.005 1118 2.540 2.150 2.76 08/12/2017
0.190 0.045 0.045 0.045 2488CS AFG-CS 0.045 -0.005 30 3.890 4.200 11.44 16/10/2017 0.155 0.130 0.135 0.135 0166C3 INARI-C3 0.135 -0.015 21 2.540 2.600 14.59 30/01/2018
0.330 0.050 0.200 0.195 7315WB AHB-WB 0.200 -0.005 1763.9 0.295 0.200 35.59 28/08/2019 0.525 0.165 0.485 0.485 0166CZ INARI-CZ 0.485 -0.015 61 2.540 1.800 -0.49 29/12/2017
0.330 0.070 0.250 0.240 509947 AIRASIAC47 0.250 0.010 563 3.290 2.600 1.82 31/10/2017 1.800 1.300 1.740 1.690 0166WB INARI-WB 1.700 -0.040 93.1 2.540 0.800 -1.57 17/02/2020
0.190 0.075 0.090 0.085 509948 AIRASIAC48 0.090 Unch 416 3.290 3.000 0.76 16/08/2017 0.545 0.160 0.470 0.460 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.465 0.005 3414.8 1.050 1.000 39.52 25/02/2020
0.210 0.120 0.145 0.140 509950 AIRASIAC50 0.145 0.005 100 3.290 2.850 8.66 29/12/2017 0.110 0.085 0.085 0.085 5249CO IOIPG-CO 0.085 -0.010 35.2 2.120 2.000 6.37 07/12/2017
0.235 0.110 0.135 0.130 509952 AIRASIAC52 0.135 0.005 1146.7 3.290 3.200 9.57 31/10/2017 0.070 0.020 0.045 0.045 7183WA IRETEX-WA 0.045 0.005 0.1 0.165 0.800 412.12 10/06/2019
0.180 0.060 0.090 0.080 509954 AIRASIAC54 0.090 0.005 4984.9 3.290 3.600 16.81 31/10/2017 0.070 0.020 0.060 0.055 0024WA JAG-WA 0.055 -0.005 110 0.145 0.100 6.90 14/08/2019
0.210 0.135 0.165 0.165 509956 AIRASIAC56 0.165 Unch 100 3.290 2.900 9.21 29/12/2017 0.120 0.035 0.045 0.035 5161C2 JCY-C2 0.040 0.005 19145.3 0.595 0.635 13.45 16/10/2017
0.180 0.145 0.180 0.180 509957 AIRASIAC57 0.180 0.035 263.5 3.290 3.200 13.68 08/01/2018 0.170 0.045 0.080 0.080 9083WB JETSON-WB 0.080 Unch 452 0.285 0.750 191.23 06/02/2019
0.165 0.120 0.130 0.130 5014CU AIRPORT-CU 0.130 -0.010 9 8.730 9.500 15.52 22/01/2018 0.830 0.205 0.640 0.620 7167WA JOHOTIN-WA 0.635 -0.015 34.3 1.510 0.850 -1.66 21/11/2017
0.420 0.160 0.305 0.300 7609WA AJIYA-WA 0.300 -0.010 669.2 0.765 0.920 59.48 28/08/2021 0.150 0.060 0.060 0.060 4383CO JTIASA-CO 0.060 Unch 209.5 1.130 1.200 16.81 08/01/2018
0.610 0.085 0.305 0.300 1015CX AMBANK-CX 0.305 0.005 33 4.870 4.150 0.87 29/09/2017 0.225 0.110 0.150 0.130 0170WA KANGER-WA 0.140 -0.005 108.1 0.215 0.100 11.63 13/04/2020
0.440 0.150 0.155 0.155 1015CY AMBANK-CY 0.155 Unch 70 4.870 5.000 10.63 31/10/2017 0.105 0.040 0.040 0.040 5247C1 KAREX-C1 0.040 -0.005 559.4 1.550 1.950 33.55 28/12/2017
0.100 0.030 0.035 0.030 1015CZ AMBANK-CZ 0.035 Unch 200 4.870 6.000 27.16 30/11/2017 0.075 0.055 0.060 0.055 5247C2 KAREX-C2 0.055 -0.005 228.7 1.550 1.900 31.45 02/02/2018
0.315 0.140 0.150 0.145 6556CC ANNJOO-CC 0.145 -0.010 160 3.030 2.800 9.16 31/10/2017 0.115 0.005 0.005 0.005 5247CW KAREX-CW 0.005 Unch 53.3 1.550 2.100 36.45 29/09/2017
0.270 0.115 0.120 0.120 6556CD ANNJOO-CD 0.120 Unch 80 3.030 3.000 12.87 08/12/2017 0.090 0.005 0.005 0.005 5247CY KAREX-CY 0.005 Unch 25 1.550 2.250 45.97 31/10/2017
0.275 0.040 0.055 0.045 9342WA ANZO-WA 0.045 -0.005 57.2 0.105 0.250 180.95 19/11/2019 0.035 0.010 0.020 0.020 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.020 Unch 25 0.055 0.131 174.55 20/10/2023
0.035 0.010 0.020 0.015 5194WA APFT-WA 0.020 Unch 3320.5 0.040 0.400 950.00 13/07/2018 0.475 0.070 0.425 0.420 7161CA KERJAYA-CA 0.420 0.010 45 3.600 2.600 1.39 29/09/2017
0.335 0.090 0.245 0.240 0119WA APPASIA-WA 0.245 0.005 374 0.360 0.130 4.17 23/12/2024 0.155 0.070 0.130 0.125 7161CB KERJAYA-CB 0.130 Unch 2370 3.600 3.350 9.31 30/11/2017
0.255 0.100 0.120 0.120 521024 ARMADA-C24 0.120 Unch 360 0.695 0.600 3.60 30/11/2017 0.300 0.135 0.240 0.235 7161CC KERJAYA-CC 0.240 -0.020 9 3.600 3.100 2.78 08/12/2017
0.100 0.065 0.065 0.065 521028 ARMADA-C28 0.065 -0.005 50 0.695 0.750 18.20 30/01/2018 0.200 0.120 0.175 0.165 7161CD KERJAYA-CD 0.175 Unch 60 3.600 3.400 11.46 25/01/2018
0.350 0.060 0.075 0.070 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.075 Unch 250.1 0.180 0.500 219.44 24/03/2019 0.180 0.180 0.180 0.180 7161CE KERJAYA-CE 0.180 Unch 60 3.600 3.600 15.00 22/02/2018
0.110 0.045 0.060 0.060 0150WA ASIABIO-WA 0.060 Unch 33.2 0.135 0.300 166.67 19/04/2024 0.490 0.065 0.405 0.395 0151WA KGB-WA 0.400 Unch 95.2 0.660 0.500 36.36 12/06/2019
0.155 0.055 0.090 0.090 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.090 Unch 26.2 0.180 0.100 5.56 13/12/2020 0.035 0.003 0.010 0.005 0036WA KGROUP-WA 0.010 Unch 290 0.030 0.100 266.67 02/07/2018
0.210 0.055 0.085 0.085 6399C1 ASTRO-C1 0.085 0.010 140 2.650 2.600 4.53 30/11/2017 0.030 0.010 0.015 0.010 0036WB KGROUP-WB 0.015 Unch 342.2 0.030 0.050 116.67 01/05/2020
0.765 0.095 0.265 0.220 7099WB ATTA-WB 0.265 0.040 3863.9 1.040 1.000 21.63 09/05/2022 0.880 0.620 0.700 0.700 5171WA KIMLUN-WA 0.700 Unch 30 2.380 1.680 0.00 12/03/2024
0.810 0.225 0.275 0.250 7099WC ATTA-WC 0.250 0.025 7.1 1.040 1.000 20.19 18/11/2024 0.150 0.070 0.080 0.080 7164WB KNM-WB 0.080 Unch 95 0.240 1.000 350.00 21/04/2020
0.040 0.020 0.020 0.020 0072WB AT-WB 0.020 -0.005 5 0.040 0.030 25.00 17/10/2019 0.160 0.070 0.090 0.085 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.085 -0.005 27.5 0.255 0.300 50.98 21/01/2020
0.730 0.210 0.590 0.585 7078WA AZRB-WA 0.590 0.005 20 1.100 0.700 17.27 13/05/2024 0.080 0.035 0.070 0.070 7153CU KOSSAN-CU 0.070 -0.010 100 7.120 6.850 5.06 18/09/2017
0.120 0.025 0.025 0.025 5248CR BAUTO-CR 0.025 Unch 50 1.950 2.100 10.26 29/12/2017 1.400 0.410 1.300 1.250 5878WB KPJ-WB 1.280 -0.010 100 4.220 4.010 25.36 23/01/2019
0.170 0.100 0.105 0.105 7241WA BHS-WA 0.105 Unch 50 0.385 0.600 83.12 18/10/2020 0.130 0.090 0.090 0.090 5038CH KSL-CH 0.090 -0.015 52.2 1.220 1.300 25.00 08/01/2018
0.450 0.260 0.340 0.335 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.335 -0.010 70.3 4.370 4.720 15.68 04/12/2023 0.835 0.370 0.720 0.685 5789WB LBS-WB 0.720 0.030 23.4 1.970 1.250 0.00 04/10/2020
0.155 0.070 0.095 0.095 6998WA BINTAI-WA 0.095 Unch 41 0.200 0.200 47.50 15/06/2020 0.035 0.015 0.030 0.025 5284CA LCTITAN-CA 0.030 Unch 5865.6 4.430 6.800 56.21 12/02/2018
0.230 0.095 0.145 0.140 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.140 -0.005 1027.7 0.240 0.220 50.00 05/01/2022 0.080 0.015 0.025 0.020 5284CB LCTITAN-CB 0.025 Unch 1024.7 4.430 7.800 78.33 12/02/2018
0.400 0.080 0.180 0.180 3239WA BJASSET-WA 0.180 -0.015 32 1.200 1.000 -1.67 16/03/2018 0.265 0.045 0.055 0.045 5284CD LCTITAN-CD 0.050 -0.005 4265 4.430 6.500 50.11 30/01/2018
0.075 0.005 0.005 0.005 3395C3 BJCORP-C3 0.005 Unch 335 0.325 0.400 24.62 30/08/2017 0.465 0.100 0.135 0.125 5284CE LCTITAN-CE 0.125 -0.005 3721.8 4.430 5.500 32.62 30/01/2018
0.160 0.060 0.085 0.080 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.085 Unch 35.5 0.325 1.000 233.85 22/04/2022 0.120 0.015 0.030 0.025 5284CF LCTITAN-CF 0.030 Unch 4482 4.430 6.280 46.50 30/01/2018
0.370 0.035 0.330 0.320 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.325 Unch 1324.1 0.525 0.200 0.00 07/07/2023 0.095 0.020 0.035 0.035 5284CG LCTITAN-CG 0.035 Unch 464.2 4.430 6.500 51.47 30/04/2018
0.081 0.040 0.045 0.040 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.045 Unch 830.1 0.105 0.070 9.52 08/11/2025 0.250 0.150 0.180 0.180 7126WA LONBISC-WA 0.180 Unch 0.8 0.750 1.000 57.33 26/01/2020
0.065 0.045 0.045 0.045 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.045 Unch 7 0.105 0.070 9.52 29/05/2027 0.095 0.020 0.060 0.060 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.060 Unch 176 0.115 0.100 39.13 03/06/2022
0.135 0.045 0.080 0.080 7188WA BTM-WA 0.080 Unch 15 0.255 0.940 300.00 20/12/2019 0.095 0.020 0.060 0.060 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.060 Unch 130 0.115 0.100 39.13 26/05/2023
0.235 0.095 0.170 0.155 7188WB BTM-WB 0.170 0.005 226 0.255 0.200 45.10 23/10/2024 0.060 0.015 0.040 0.040 0017WA M3TECH-WA 0.040 Unch 203.3 0.085 0.100 64.71 21/08/2019
0.435 0.060 0.305 0.295 181811 BURSA-C11 0.300 -0.005 323.9 10.580 8.900 -1.70 30/11/2017 0.750 0.275 0.620 0.600 7617WB MAGNA-WB 0.615 0.015 224.5 1.520 0.900 -0.33 04/09/2020
0.315 0.095 0.125 0.120 181812 BURSA-C12 0.125 -0.005 130 10.580 10.500 4.56 30/11/2017 0.095 0.075 0.085 0.075 5264C1 MALAKOF-C1 0.075 Unch 1556 1.020 1.000 12.75 30/01/2018
0.150 0.090 0.125 0.125 181813 BURSA-C13 0.125 Unch 144 10.580 10.500 5.15 30/03/2018 0.095 0.075 0.095 0.075 5264C2 MALAKOF-C2 0.075 Unch 694.7 1.020 1.050 10.29 30/04/2018
0.812 0.303 0.765 0.745 7174WA CAB-WA 0.760 0.005 568.2 0.960 0.550 36.46 08/02/2020 0.060 0.025 0.030 0.030 5264CZ MALAKOF-CZ 0.030 0.005 70 1.020 1.300 31.86 22/12/2017
0.160 0.030 0.030 0.030 7076CD CBIP-CD 0.030 Unch 30 2.010 2.000 2.49 18/08/2017 0.990 0.085 0.420 0.400 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.405 -0.010 2347 1.030 1.000 36.41 29/06/2018
0.220 0.045 0.140 0.135 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.135 -0.005 334.2 0.320 0.460 85.94 07/10/2019 0.630 0.350 0.500 0.490 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.495 -0.005 92.5 2.710 2.400 6.83 20/07/2020
0.310 0.100 0.240 0.210 102321 CIMB-C21 0.215 0.010 605.1 6.620 6.200 5.02 31/10/2017 0.110 0.100 0.110 0.110 6012C1 MAXIS-C1 0.110 Unch 20 5.760 6.000 11.81 26/02/2018
0.335 0.150 0.285 0.265 102322 CIMB-C22 0.265 0.010 639.5 6.620 5.700 2.11 24/11/2017 0.115 0.010 0.010 0.010 6012CY MAXIS-CY 0.010 -0.005 150 5.760 6.150 7.47 28/08/2017
0.175 0.170 0.170 0.170 102323 CIMB-C23 0.170 -0.005 20 6.620 6.500 12.31 02/02/2018 0.015 0.005 0.005 0.005 5189WA MAXWELL-WA 0.005 Unch 225 0.015 0.400 2,600 24/03/2020
0.155 0.085 0.140 0.125 102324 CIMB-C24 0.125 Unch 843 6.620 7.000 13.29 28/12/2017 0.165 0.120 0.125 0.125 115530 MAYBANKC30 0.125 -0.005 65 9.650 9.100 4.66 24/11/2017
0.250 0.025 0.150 0.145 0051WA CUSCAPI-WA 0.145 -0.005 350 0.275 0.270 50.91 24/04/2018 0.190 0.120 0.145 0.135 115531 MAYBANKC31 0.145 Unch 104 9.650 9.500 2.95 28/02/2018
0.470 0.310 0.335 0.320 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.330 0.005 99.8 0.565 0.300 11.50 22/05/2022 0.585 0.350 0.485 0.485 5152WA MBL-WA 0.485 0.025 1 1.070 0.800 20.09 28/11/2022
0.035 0.005 0.015 0.010 7179WB DBE-WB 0.010 Unch 1735 0.030 0.050 100.00 22/01/2022 0.230 0.095 0.115 0.095 1171C2 MBSB-C2 0.115 -0.005 79.3 1.240 1.300 14.11 02/02/2018
0.030 0.005 0.010 0.010 0152WA DGB-WA 0.010 Unch 3942.8 0.050 0.110 140.00 22/04/2018 0.090 0.035 0.040 0.035 1171CY MBSB-CY 0.040 0.005 1905.5 1.240 1.250 10.48 29/09/2017
0.105 0.060 0.070 0.070 727715 DIALOG-C15 0.070 -0.005 800 1.930 1.850 6.74 31/10/2017 0.080 0.035 0.035 0.035 1171CZ MBSB-CZ 0.035 Unch 1000 1.240 1.450 23.99 30/11/2017
0.100 0.020 0.030 0.030 694719 DIGI-C19 0.030 -0.005 130 4.810 5.100 7.28 02/02/2018 0.260 0.040 0.140 0.135 0167WB MCLEAN-WB 0.140 Unch 117.8 0.270 0.250 44.44 07/10/2020
0.165 0.050 0.085 0.085 0029WB DIGISTA-WB 0.085 Unch 495.5 0.165 0.260 109.09 04/04/2023 0.085 0.025 0.045 0.045 5040WB MEDAINC-WB 0.045 0.005 95 0.430 0.800 96.51 22/04/2022
0.370 0.045 0.280 0.270 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.270 -0.005 14587.2 0.560 0.500 37.50 30/07/2021 0.365 0.140 0.220 0.210 1694WB MENANG-WB 0.220 Unch 417 0.855 1.000 42.69 09/07/2019
0.140 0.060 0.090 0.085 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.090 0.005 350.1 0.285 0.250 19.30 25/11/2020 0.220 0.095 0.210 0.195 0075WA MEXTER-WA 0.205 0.005 2852 0.320 0.130 4.69 17/09/2018
0.145 0.055 0.070 0.065 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.065 -0.005 149 0.240 0.800 260.42 29/03/2021 2.330 0.430 1.970 1.960 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.970 0.020 11.5 3.830 2.220 9.40 08/04/2020
0.340 0.180 0.310 0.285 7169WA DOMINAN-WA 0.310 0.020 218.6 1.260 1.300 27.78 10/09/2020 0.050 0.020 0.045 0.040 7219WA MINETEC-WA 0.040 -0.005 1200 0.135 0.150 40.74 27/11/2019
0.040 0.010 0.015 0.010 7198WA DPS-WA 0.010 Unch 30 0.085 0.540 547.06 03/01/2018 0.355 0.175 0.195 0.180 5576WC MINHO-WC 0.180 -0.015 1.6 0.520 0.500 30.77 02/08/2021
0.260 0.030 0.070 0.065 161926 DRBHCOMC26 0.070 Unch 1213.2 1.650 1.550 0.30 30/08/2017 0.220 0.040 0.045 0.040 381610 MISC-C10 0.045 Unch 40 7.400 7.700 6.61 30/08/2017
0.330 0.105 0.225 0.225 161929 DRBHCOMC29 0.225 -0.015 1 1.650 1.200 0.00 16/08/2017 0.115 0.090 0.115 0.110 381612 MISC-C12 0.110 0.015 30 7.400 7.500 5.81 30/03/2018
0.380 0.115 0.280 0.280 161930 DRBHCOMC30 0.280 Unch 2 1.650 1.100 0.61 30/11/2017 0.125 0.030 0.035 0.030 3816C9 MISC-C9 0.030 -0.020 24 7.400 7.500 3.78 18/08/2017
0.180 0.060 0.085 0.080 161932 DRBHCOMC32 0.080 Unch 883 1.650 1.450 1.45 30/08/2017 0.625 0.365 0.515 0.510 9571WD MITRA-WD 0.510 -0.005 99 1.350 1.090 18.52 23/08/2020
0.195 0.060 0.100 0.090 161933 DRBHCOMC33 0.095 Unch 2772.4 1.650 1.650 11.52 31/10/2017 1.125 0.645 0.680 0.660 6114WB MKH-WB 0.680 -0.010 22 2.230 1.550 0.00 29/12/2017
0.125 0.080 0.095 0.085 161937 DRBHCOMC37 0.095 Unch 12.5 1.650 1.850 23.64 30/03/2018 0.115 0.020 0.055 0.045 0085WA MLAB-WA 0.050 0.005 8804.2 0.150 0.100 0.00 24/04/2020
0.075 0.065 0.065 0.065 161939 DRBHCOMC39 0.065 Unch 80 1.650 1.880 25.76 30/03/2018 0.880 0.230 0.775 0.765 7595WA MLGLOBAL-WA 0.775 Unch 25.3 1.250 0.500 2.00 27/10/2019
0.055 0.050 0.050 0.050 5216CZ DSONIC-CZ 0.050 Unch 200 1.170 1.380 26.50 30/03/2018 0.115 0.090 0.090 0.090 2194C6 MMCCORP-C6 0.090 -0.025 1.7 2.350 2.450 11.91 30/04/2018
0.320 0.120 0.180 0.180 3417WB E&O-WB 0.180 Unch 40.4 1.620 2.600 71.60 21/07/2019 0.225 0.175 0.200 0.200 3867CG MPI-CG 0.200 -0.025 80 13.820 13.100 9.26 22/12/2017
0.065 0.025 0.035 0.035 0154WC EAH-WC 0.035 -0.005 550 0.085 0.100 58.82 18/06/2019 0.070 0.020 0.025 0.025 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.025 Unch 110 0.050 0.100 150.00 21/11/2021
0.195 0.090 0.140 0.130 3557WC ECOFIRS-WC 0.135 -0.005 963.2 0.290 0.300 50.00 10/09/2019 0.135 0.020 0.025 0.025 165115 MRCB-C15 0.025 Unch 907 1.170 1.800 57.05 24/11/2017
0.150 0.080 0.130 0.130 5253CA ECONBHD-CA 0.130 -0.010 15 2.720 2.500 6.25 30/11/2017 0.060 0.015 0.015 0.015 165116 MRCB-C16 0.015 -0.005 784 1.170 2.100 83.59 29/12/2017
0.190 0.095 0.100 0.100 8206CF ECOWLD-CF 0.100 Unch 50 1.560 1.600 12.18 02/02/2018 0.155 0.055 0.065 0.060 165117 MRCB-C17 0.060 Unch 400 1.170 1.540 41.88 28/02/2018
0.170 0.080 0.090 0.085 8206CG ECOWLD-CG 0.090 0.005 573.8 1.560 1.500 7.69 30/11/2017 0.065 0.055 0.065 0.055 165121 MRCB-C21 0.055 Unch 1207.7 1.170 1.400 26.71 30/04/2018
0.175 0.070 0.080 0.075 8206CH ECOWLD-CH 0.080 0.005 400.1 1.560 1.600 10.26 08/12/2017 0.115 0.095 0.110 0.110 165122 MRCB-C22 0.110 -0.005 30 1.170 1.350 34.19 26/04/2018
0.710 0.365 0.510 0.490 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.490 0.005 31 1.560 2.080 64.74 26/03/2022 0.175 0.085 0.095 0.090 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.090 Unch 1755.1 1.170 2.300 104.27 14/09/2018
0.140 0.045 0.065 0.050 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.060 0.005 3296.8 0.150 0.180 60.00 24/12/2018 0.080 0.010 0.015 0.015 0092WA MTOUCHE-WA 0.015 Unch 410.5 0.440 1.260 189.77 17/01/2018
0.945 0.360 0.835 0.830 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.835 Unch 79.5 1.190 0.340 -1.26 17/07/2019 0.220 0.030 0.120 0.105 0092WB MTOUCHE-WB 0.110 -0.005 1669.2 0.440 0.540 47.73 16/03/2020
0.670 0.415 0.430 0.420 8907WC EG-WC 0.425 Unch 130 0.800 0.500 15.63 03/11/2020 0.370 0.105 0.220 0.210 5703CD MUHIBAH-CD 0.220 -0.005 500.8 2.770 2.600 4.45 29/12/2017
0.030 0.005 0.015 0.015 7182WA EKA-WA 0.015 Unch 150 0.075 0.200 186.67 22/01/2019 0.230 0.115 0.150 0.150 13812 MYEG-C12 0.150 -0.005 50 2.130 1.500 -1.41 18/09/2017
0.140 0.025 0.040 0.035 8877CA EKOVEST-CA 0.040 Unch 3910.6 1.110 1.600 49.55 08/12/2017 0.245 0.175 0.205 0.205 13813 MYEG-C13 0.205 -0.040 5 2.130 1.600 3.99 29/12/2017
0.090 0.045 0.055 0.055 8877CC EKOVEST-CC 0.055 -0.005 418.8 1.110 1.300 29.50 28/12/2017 0.190 0.075 0.085 0.085 13815 MYEG-C15 0.085 -0.015 160 2.130 2.000 5.47 29/09/2017
1.350 0.247 0.830 0.810 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.820 Unch 689.4 1.110 0.480 17.12 25/06/2019 0.255 0.100 0.125 0.120 13816 MYEG-C16 0.125 Unch 390 2.130 2.000 5.63 02/02/2018
0.630 0.310 0.420 0.400 5056WA ENGTEX-WA 0.420 0.010 403.5 1.270 0.830 -1.57 25/10/2017 0.170 0.075 0.080 0.075 13817 MYEG-C17 0.080 -0.005 1824.8 2.130 2.300 17.37 30/11/2017
0.450 0.260 0.270 0.260 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.270 Unch 2891.8 1.080 1.450 59.26 02/04/2022 0.110 0.065 0.070 0.065 13818 MYEG-C18 0.070 -0.010 323 2.130 2.600 30.28 25/01/2018
0.570 0.100 0.520 0.505 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.510 0.010 3898.6 0.955 0.700 26.70 24/09/2019 0.095 0.060 0.065 0.060 13819 MYEG-C19 0.065 0.005 374.5 2.130 2.650 32.65 29/12/2017
0.180 0.115 0.140 0.140 06501R FBMKLCI-C1R 0.140 Unch 110 1,774 1,670 -0.37 29/09/2017 0.120 0.085 0.085 0.085 13820 MYEG-C20 0.085 -0.005 94.1 2.130 2.600 30.05 22/01/2018
0.120 0.070 0.085 0.085 06501U FBMKLCI-C1U 0.085 0.005 155 1,774 1,715 0.00 31/10/2017 0.070 0.070 0.070 0.070 13821 MYEG-C21 0.070 Unch 42 2.130 2.280 20.19 30/03/2018
0.100 0.010 0.010 0.010 06502W FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -0.005 194.9 1,774 1,715 -2.96 31/10/2017 0.195 0.065 0.090 0.080 0138C7 MYEG-C7 0.090 -0.005 229 2.130 1.867 -1.09 22/08/2017
0.160 0.050 0.050 0.050 06502Z FBMKLCI-H2Z 0.050 Unch 170 1,774 1,765 1.44 30/11/2017 0.480 0.115 0.350 0.320 0138C8 MYEG-C8 0.350 0.010 144.8 2.130 1.567 0.94 31/10/2017
0.480 0.380 0.390 0.380 06504B FBMKLCI-H4B 0.380 -0.045 1000 1,774 1,790 5.15 30/11/2017 0.460 0.140 0.300 0.300 0138C9 MYEG-C9 0.300 -0.030 15 2.130 1.600 -1.41 16/08/2017
0.135 0.110 0.110 0.110 06504D FBMKLCI-H4D 0.110 -0.005 60 1,774 1,800 5.78 31/01/2018 0.065 0.005 0.025 0.020 0020WB NETX-WB 0.025 Unch 238.5 0.045 0.050 66.67 08/06/2019
0.135 0.020 0.025 0.020 522226 FGV-C26 0.025 Unch 466.1 1.600 2.200 41.56 31/10/2017 0.030 0.015 0.020 0.020 0096WA NEXGRAM-WA 0.020 -0.005 272.4 0.040 0.100 200.00 16/05/2022
0.085 0.010 0.020 0.020 522227 FGV-C27 0.020 Unch 222.5 1.600 2.450 56.25 16/10/2017 0.025 0.010 0.010 0.010 0096WB NEXGRAM-WB 0.010 -0.005 25 0.040 0.260 575.00 21/07/2023
0.155 0.045 0.050 0.050 522228 FGV-C28 0.050 Unch 100 1.600 2.050 35.94 02/02/2018 0.035 0.015 0.025 0.020 0096WC NEXGRAM-WC 0.020 -0.005 200 0.040 0.100 200.00 15/01/2024
0.130 0.055 0.070 0.060 522229 FGV-C29 0.060 Unch 95.1 1.600 2.100 40.63 08/01/2018 0.415 0.190 0.315 0.305 0172WA OCK-WA 0.310 Unch 877.1 0.900 0.710 13.33 15/12/2020
0.195 0.110 0.120 0.110 522230 FGV-C30 0.115 0.005 4928.4 1.600 1.600 20.13 28/12/2017 0.255 0.060 0.155 0.135 7071WC OCR-WC 0.155 Unch 10.5 0.565 0.500 15.93 24/07/2021
0.145 0.100 0.115 0.110 522231 FGV-C31 0.110 Unch 983 1.600 1.630 19.06 30/03/2018 0.280 0.045 0.060 0.055 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.060 0.005 28.2 0.470 0.500 19.15 30/05/2018
0.080 0.080 0.080 0.080 522233 FGV-C33 0.080 Unch 128 1.600 1.800 27.50 30/03/2018 0.370 0.195 0.270 0.260 5053WC OSK-WC 0.270 0.005 55 1.580 1.800 31.01 22/07/2020
0.090 0.075 0.085 0.080 522237 FGV-C37 0.080 Unch 42.5 1.600 1.900 30.25 30/01/2018 0.230 0.080 0.210 0.205 7052CI PADINI-CI 0.210 0.010 170 3.800 2.800 1.32 29/09/2017
0.130 0.065 0.085 0.085 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.085 Unch 30.4 0.400 1.000 171.25 12/10/2019 0.175 0.155 0.160 0.160 7052CM PADINI-CM 0.160 Unch 120 3.800 3.750 13.42 22/02/2018
0.740 0.230 0.570 0.540 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.570 0.035 3673.5 0.570 1.060 185.96 29/11/2021 0.050 0.025 0.040 0.035 0005WA PALETTE-WA 0.035 Unch 456.3 0.075 0.040 0.00 20/03/2018
0.210 0.075 0.170 0.170 539831 GAMUDA-C31 0.170 0.005 11 5.410 4.900 0.00 29/09/2017 0.300 0.080 0.245 0.240 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.245 -0.005 309.8 0.660 0.500 12.88 21/12/2020
0.130 0.075 0.090 0.090 539836 GAMUDA-C36 0.090 Unch 100 5.410 5.350 5.55 08/12/2017 0.300 0.105 0.265 0.250 5125WB PANTECH-WB 0.255 -0.010 300.8 0.660 0.500 14.39 21/12/2021
1.480 1.140 1.400 1.360 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.390 0.030 2062.1 5.410 4.050 0.55 06/03/2021 0.100 0.035 0.045 0.045 129514 PBBANK-C14 0.045 Unch 50 20.760 21.000 2.89 29/09/2017
0.455 0.120 0.370 0.345 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.360 0.005 9171.4 1.590 1.300 4.40 20/07/2018 0.240 0.015 0.035 0.025 518310 PCHEM-C10 0.025 Unch 187.9 7.010 7.100 2.53 18/08/2017
0.330 0.100 0.175 0.170 0078CD GDEX-CD 0.170 -0.005 70.1 0.665 0.600 9.40 31/10/2017 0.255 0.035 0.060 0.050 5183C9 PCHEM-C9 0.055 Unch 1504.9 7.010 7.000 2.60 29/09/2017
0.125 0.090 0.090 0.090 0078CF GDEX-CF 0.090 Unch 55 0.665 0.650 18.05 02/02/2018 0.060 0.045 0.060 0.045 518301 PCHEM-MC01 0.050 -0.005 8382.4 7.010 7.800 15.55 14/12/2017
0.572 0.117 0.470 0.455 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.460 -0.005 239.2 0.665 0.383 26.69 05/02/2020 0.400 0.200 0.240 0.225 9997WB PENSONI-WB 0.240 -0.005 40 0.650 0.600 29.23 20/01/2024
0.300 0.130 0.230 0.230 471524 GENM-C24 0.230 -0.015 46 6.050 5.500 4.21 29/12/2017 0.485 0.135 0.385 0.385 8311WC PESONA-WC 0.385 -0.005 11.6 0.630 0.250 0.79 27/01/2020
3.850 2.540 2.840 2.840 2291WA GENP-WA 2.840 -0.160 2.3 10.740 7.750 -1.40 17/06/2019 0.130 0.095 0.110 0.100 5681CS PETDAG-CS 0.100 0.005 212 23.800 24.100 5.46 30/03/2018
0.180 0.070 0.120 0.120 318242 GENTINGC42 0.120 Unch 25 9.750 9.500 4.82 29/12/2017 0.150 0.040 0.055 0.050 6033CO PETGAS-CO 0.055 Unch 40 18.700 19.800 8.53 29/12/2017
1.950 1.240 1.750 1.710 3182WA GENTING-WA 1.750 0.020 679.9 9.750 7.960 -0.41 18/12/2018 0.315 0.085 0.300 0.270 3042CC PETRONM-CC 0.285 0.005 9306.7 9.760 6.500 1.64 29/09/2017
0.230 0.070 0.115 0.110 1147WA GOB-WA 0.115 Unch 74.6 0.370 0.800 147.30 24/12/2019 0.460 0.210 0.460 0.355 3042CD PETRONM-CD 0.430 0.055 36656.9 9.760 8.500 39.96 22/02/2018
0.055 0.025 0.035 0.030 7096WA GPA-WA 0.035 Unch 524.8 0.100 0.100 35.00 03/06/2025 0.125 0.115 0.125 0.125 8869CR PMETAL-CR 0.125 0.010 5 2.840 2.880 23.42 30/04/2018
0.195 0.155 0.155 0.155 7022CK GTRONIC-CK 0.155 -0.015 50 6.140 6.000 12.87 08/01/2018 2.600 2.200 2.450 2.440 8869WC PMETAL-WC 2.440 -0.040 38 2.840 0.390 -0.35 22/08/2019
0.275 0.095 0.170 0.170 7676WB GUNUNG-WB 0.170 Unch 45 0.440 0.400 29.55 02/10/2020 1.050 0.625 0.970 0.940 7088WB POHUAT-WB 0.965 0.030 1831.1 1.990 1.000 -1.26 21/10/2020
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Wall Street ahead Dow chalks up earnings to have grown 12% in the second Global markets Southeast Asian The Philippines annual inflation was
eighth record close in a row quarter and they project earnings up 9.3% stocks edge up; Philippines gains on 2.8% in July, picking up slightly from the
for the September quarter, according to bargain-hunting previous months revised 2.7% rate.
NEW YORK: The Dow Jones Industrial Thomson Reuters. Malaysia ended 0.2% higher, aided
Average ended at its eighth straight record We would expect this week to see BENGALURU: Most Southeast Asian stock by financials and industrials. Public Bank
high last Friday, with gains in JPMorgan market highs again just based on the markets ended higher last Friday tracking Bhd ended 0.8% higher, while MISC Bhd
Chase and other banks after data showed positive tone created by strong second- peers in Asia, with the Philippines leading closed up 0.4%. The index ended a third
US employers hired more workers than quarter earnings and favorable outlooks, the pack on bargain-hunting. straight week higher.
expected in July. said Tim Ghriskey, chief investment officer MSCIs Broadest Index of Asia-Pacific Malaysias exports in June grew 10% from
The strong job report is likely to clear of Solaris Group. We are really in a sweet shares outside Japan was marginally higher a year earlier, government data showed.
the way for the US Federal Reserve to spot here. ahead of the US job report later in the day. Bucking the trend, Singapore ended
announce a plan to start shrinking its The Dow rose 0.3% to end at 22,092.81, Investors will scrutinise the report for 0.3% down, as oil and gas stocks took a hit
US$4.2 trillion bond portfolio in September, an all-time high; the S&P 500 gained 0.19% clues about whether it could influence the from lower oil prices. Sembcorp Industries
and could strengthen its case to raise rates to 2,476.83; and the Nasdaq Composite timing of the US Federal Reserves plans lost 1.6%, while DBS Group Holdings ended
for the third time in December this year. added 0.18% to 6,351.56. to tighten monetary policy. 2.5% lower after it flagged pressures on
The Labour Department report showed For the week, the Dow climbed 1.2%, Philippine shares ended 0.7% higher, asset quality.
non-farm payrolls increased by 209,000 the S&P 500 rose 0.2% and the Nasdaq buoyed by gains in utilities and financial Singapore shares snapped five weeks
jobs last month, above the 183,000 rise shed 0.4%. stocks. The benchmark index was down of gains to end marginally lower for the
expected by economists polled by Reuters. The S&P 500 Materials Index rose 1.7% on week, its worst this year. week.
Its stability. Thats what the markets 0.48%, helped by a 1.07% rise in Dow Energy Development Corp (EDC) Chinas Shanghai stocks fell last Friday,
love. This still indicates that the expansion Chemical. surged to end the session 16% higher but managed to notch their seventh straight
is on. That should provide some comfort, The utilities, healthcare and consumer after the renewable power producer said week of gains, bolstered by the continued
said Bodhi Ganguli, lead economist at Dun staples indices fell. Gileads 1.63% fall last Thursday a consortium of investors robust performance of resources firms.
& Bradstreet in Short Hills, New Jersey. and Allergans 3.08% loss weighed on the had offered to buy about a third of the The blue-chip CSI 300 Index fell 0.5%,
With banks standing to benefit from healthcare index. company. Its parent First Gen Corp gained while the Shanghai Composite Index
higher interest rates, the S&P Financial Walt Disney fell 1.31% and was the 6.1%. Shares in both the companies saw (SSEC) lost 0.3%. For the week, the CSI
Index rose 0.72%. Goldman Sachs rose biggest drag on the Dow. heavy trading activity. 300 was down 0.4%, while the SSEC
2.59% and was the top contributor to the Viacom slumped 13.83% after the The market last Friday was largely gained 0.3%.
Dows gain for the day. company forecast a low single-digit dip in boosted by the performance of EDC and The Hong Kongs Hang Seng Index
Perceived chances of an interest rate sales. First Gen, said Charles Ang, an analyst rose 0.1%, while the China Enterprises
hike by the US central bank by the end of Yelp jumped 27.67% after the company with Manila-based COL Financial. Index was unchanged at 11,003.08 points.
the year increased to 50% from 46% after said it would sell its Eat24 business to Last Fridays rise could also be due to I n E u ro p e, t h e p a n - E u ro p e a n
the release of the data, according to CME Grubhub for US$287.5 million and reported bargain-hunting as the index had declined FTSEurofirst 300 Index rose 0.99% and
Groups FedWatch tool. a better-than-expected quarterly revenue. by over 200 points over the last few days, MSCIs gauge of stocks across the globe
Analysts, on average, expect S&P 500 Grubhub rose 9.2%. Ang added. gained 0.04%. Reuters

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2,772.70
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+66.71
12700 (+0.30%) 3,507.41 2700 3,326.52 2875
2445 +41.04 -16.40
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YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY
Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives HIGH
0.165
LOW
0.040
HIGH
0.065
LOW
0.060 5158CD TAGB-CD
(RM)
0.060
(RM)
0.010
(000)
630
PRICE PRICE
0.335 0.300
(%)
7.46 31/10/2017
DATE

0.130 0.060 0.080 0.075 0132WA TDEX-WA 0.080 Unch 1118.4 0.140 0.110 35.71 21/09/2018
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 1.160 0.300 0.355 0.340 7200WA TEKSENG-WA 0.340 Unch 241.8 0.555 0.250 6.31 29/01/2020
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.170 0.105 0.105 0.105 534737 TENAGA-C37 0.105 -0.005 50 14.160 14.100 4.77 24/11/2017
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.140 0.090 0.095 0.095 534738 TENAGA-C38 0.095 Unch 1055 14.160 14.000 4.91 30/11/2017
0.160 0.040 0.150 0.135 0145WA TFP-WA 0.145 Unch 5213 0.225 0.100 8.89 15/02/2019
0.210 0.170 0.185 0.185 463410 POS-C10 0.185 0.010 80 5.300 5.500 17.74 22/01/2018
3.560 2.620 2.730 2.690 7034WA TGUAN-WA 2.730 0.040 26 4.250 1.500 -0.47 09/10/2019
0.125 0.105 0.125 0.120 463411 POS-C11 0.125 0.020 475 5.300 5.300 10.61 30/04/2018
0.025 0.005 0.010 0.010 7079WB TIGER-WB 0.010 Unch 1219.5 0.060 0.170 200.00 23/12/2018
0.455 0.110 0.335 0.320 4634C3 POS-C3 0.335 0.015 196 5.300 4.000 0.75 30/08/2017
0.040 0.010 0.020 0.020 7079WC TIGER-WC 0.020 Unch 8 0.060 0.080 66.67 11/02/2021
0.335 0.150 0.200 0.200 4634C5 POS-C5 0.200 -0.010 10 5.300 4.200 -1.89 16/08/2017
0.315 0.125 0.170 0.165 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.165 Unch 65 0.780 0.750 17.31 21/06/2019
0.285 0.130 0.155 0.145 4634C8 POS-C8 0.155 0.010 803 5.300 5.100 7.92 31/10/2017
0.810 0.510 0.680 0.675 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.675 -0.005 124.2 1.700 1.000 -1.47 26/12/2018
0.370 0.140 0.210 0.200 4634C9 POS-C9 0.210 0.005 772 5.300 4.900 10.28 16/10/2017
0.485 0.109 0.450 0.435 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.435 -0.025 408.7 1.020 0.930 33.82 21/06/2021
0.710 0.198 0.635 0.625 7168WA PRG-WA 0.635 Unch 351.8 1.030 0.375 -1.94 06/07/2019
0.185 0.050 0.115 0.105 711316 TOPGLOV-C16 0.115 0.010 185 5.750 5.400 1.91 30/08/2017
0.710 0.425 0.465 0.455 8966WA PRLEXUS-WA 0.465 0.015 32.6 1.280 1.200 30.08 14/06/2021
0.200 0.035 0.170 0.160 711317 TOPGLOV-C17 0.160 Unch 110 5.750 5.200 2.96 29/12/2017
0.145 0.040 0.085 0.085 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.085 -0.005 269 0.150 0.100 23.33 16/11/2019
0.200 0.040 0.050 0.050 7173WA TOYOINK-WA 0.050 -0.005 130.1 0.682 1.500 127.27 20/04/2018
0.140 0.020 0.060 0.060 0007WA PUC-WA 0.060 Unch 864 0.120 0.100 33.33 25/12/2024
0.365 0.205 0.215 0.215 7176WA TPC-WA 0.215 Unch 45 0.405 0.200 2.47 19/01/2021
0.145 0.015 0.060 0.055 0007WB PUC-WB 0.055 -0.005 2218.8 0.120 0.100 29.17 15/02/2019
0.360 0.230 0.245 0.245 5401WA TROP-WA 0.245 -0.005 10 0.936 1.000 33.01 06/12/2019
0.750 0.215 0.655 0.620 7134WA PWF-WA 0.645 0.040 159.2 1.110 0.620 13.96 20/07/2021
0.175 0.015 0.015 0.015 5230CN TUNEPRO-CN 0.015 Unch 400 1.060 1.500 43.63 30/11/2017
0.170 0.020 0.100 0.095 5256WA REACH-WA 0.095 Unch 1003 0.405 0.750 108.64 12/08/2022
0.150 0.045 0.050 0.050 514841 UEMS-C41 0.050 Unch 235.1 1.150 1.140 7.83 31/10/2017
0.155 0.050 0.115 0.060 1066CY RHBBANK-CY 0.060 -0.005 82 4.980 5.250 11.45 28/11/2017
0.085 0.005 0.010 0.010 514842 UEMS-C42 0.010 Unch 10 1.150 1.400 23.48 29/09/2017
0.090 0.060 0.060 0.060 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.060 -0.005 311 0.450 0.500 24.44 01/12/2023
0.100 0.020 0.030 0.025 514845 UEMS-C45 0.030 Unch 3767.5 1.150 1.200 11.39 31/10/2017
0.040 0.015 0.015 0.015 0133WC SANICHI-WC 0.015 Unch 178 0.055 0.210 309.09 24/09/2019
0.150 0.105 0.115 0.115 514847 UEMS-C47 0.115 Unch 84.2 1.150 1.000 6.96 30/01/2018
0.050 0.020 0.025 0.025 0133WD SANICHI-WD 0.025 Unch 650 0.055 0.100 127.27 21/07/2019
0.075 0.075 0.075 0.075 514848 UEMS-C48 0.075 Unch 100 1.150 1.300 26.09 30/04/2018
0.205 0.065 0.205 0.170 5157WA SAUDEE-WA 0.200 0.025 4051.6 0.450 0.500 55.56 31/03/2021
0.075 0.070 0.075 0.075 514851 UEMS-C51 0.075 0.005 70 1.150 1.200 17.39 22/02/2018
0.185 0.055 0.100 0.095 0161WA SCH-WA 0.095 -0.005 695.5 0.195 0.100 0.00 04/12/2021
0.195 0.070 0.090 0.090 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.090 -0.005 9.6 1.070 1.500 48.60 18/09/2018
0.190 0.055 0.130 0.130 0028WA SCOPE-WA 0.130 -0.005 100 0.235 0.150 19.15 17/07/2020
0.290 0.085 0.290 0.240 5005CU UNISEM-CU 0.280 0.055 959.8 4.080 2.700 0.49 16/10/2017
0.785 0.160 0.600 0.575 7073WB SEACERA-WB 0.580 -0.020 671.1 1.310 1.000 20.61 29/05/2019
0.345 0.195 0.345 0.315 5005CV UNISEM-CV 0.340 0.075 108 4.080 3.100 0.98 30/11/2017
0.170 0.010 0.050 0.040 5250CF SEM-CF 0.045 -0.010 744.6 1.420 1.550 15.49 28/11/2017
0.185 0.085 0.185 0.155 5005CW UNISEM-CW 0.180 0.065 465.8 4.080 3.450 4.41 31/10/2017
0.055 0.005 0.010 0.010 521842 SENERGYC42 0.010 0.005 61.2 1.510 2.200 48.01 31/10/2017
0.180 0.115 0.180 0.165 5005CX UNISEM-CX 0.180 0.050 227 4.080 3.450 4.41 30/11/2017
0.100 0.025 0.025 0.025 521845 SENERGYC45 0.025 Unch 548.2 1.510 2.000 35.76 28/02/2018
0.210 0.135 0.210 0.170 5005CY UNISEM-CY 0.200 0.065 177.5 4.080 4.000 12.75 08/01/2018
0.110 0.090 0.090 0.090 521847 SENERGYC47 0.090 -0.005 120 1.510 1.700 24.50 30/01/2018
0.164 0.025 0.055 0.050 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.050 Unch 5331.8 0.140 0.200 78.57 07/09/2018
0.075 0.065 0.065 0.065 521848 SENERGYC48 0.065 -0.010 140 1.510 1.980 39.74 30/03/2018
0.180 0.050 0.080 0.075 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.080 Unch 60 0.140 0.100 28.57 22/01/2020
0.170 0.120 0.125 0.120 5279CA SERBADK-CA 0.125 0.005 364 1.900 2.000 21.71 02/02/2018
0.175 0.055 0.080 0.075 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.080 Unch 558 0.140 0.100 28.57 08/07/2020
0.205 0.055 0.175 0.165 7165WA SGB-WA 0.175 -0.005 12 0.655 0.600 18.32 07/04/2021
0.055 0.020 0.030 0.025 7070WB VIZIONE-WB 0.030 0.005 632.4 0.115 0.160 65.22 20/06/2018
0.350 0.210 0.245 0.235 7246WA SIGN-WA 0.235 -0.005 97.4 0.900 0.970 33.89 21/04/2021
0.095 0.030 0.070 0.065 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.070 0.005 921.5 0.115 0.100 47.83 05/02/2022
0.230 0.145 0.150 0.150 419712 SIME-C12 0.150 -0.030 10 9.400 8.500 0.00 18/08/2017
0.650 0.200 0.650 0.625 7240WA VOIR-WA 0.645 0.025 589.9 1.060 0.500 8.02 31/03/2024
0.190 0.095 0.100 0.100 419714 SIME-C14 0.100 Unch 5 9.400 9.000 1.06 29/12/2017
0.235 0.155 0.220 0.215 6963CM VS-CM 0.220 0.005 440 2.170 1.800 3.23 30/11/2017
0.190 0.120 0.170 0.155 7155CE SKPRES-CE 0.155 -0.035 75.1 1.380 1.200 3.80 25/01/2018
0.055 0.010 0.015 0.015 0066WA VSOLAR-WA 0.015 Unch 630 0.100 0.120 35.00 01/12/2017
0.245 0.110 0.115 0.110 9776WB SMCAP-WB 0.110 -0.005 155 0.615 1.000 80.49 13/07/2018
0.690 0.240 0.625 0.615 6963WA VS-WA 0.620 Unch 2202 2.170 1.650 4.61 06/01/2019
0.285 0.130 0.220 0.215 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.220 0.005 110 0.320 0.200 31.25 04/07/2021
0.135 0.040 0.045 0.040 3565CA WCEHB-CA 0.040 -0.005 149.1 1.390 1.650 24.46 30/11/2017
0.210 0.050 0.055 0.055 8664CV SPSETIA-CV 0.055 Unch 50 3.270 3.400 10.70 31/10/2017
0.085 0.040 0.045 0.040 3565CB WCEHB-CB 0.040 -0.010 111 1.390 1.700 28.06 08/01/2018
0.400 0.080 0.095 0.090 8664CW SPSETIA-CW 0.095 Unch 40.3 3.270 3.400 8.33 29/12/2017
0.215 0.035 0.040 0.040 9679C1 WCT-C1 0.040 -0.005 1060 1.890 2.250 23.70 30/11/2017
0.200 0.020 0.025 0.025 8664CY SPSETIA-CY 0.025 Unch 440 3.270 3.900 20.80 08/12/2017
0.340 0.050 0.060 0.060 9679CZ WCT-CZ 0.060 -0.005 10.8 1.890 2.000 10.58 31/10/2017
0.140 0.035 0.075 0.065 0129WA SRIDGE-WA 0.075 0.005 95.5 0.195 0.180 30.77 24/02/2023
0.665 0.170 0.220 0.210 9679WD WCT-WD 0.215 -0.010 1088.6 1.890 1.710 1.85 11/12/2017
0.125 0.020 0.055 0.055 0140WA STERPRO-WA 0.055 -0.010 25.2 0.165 0.480 224.24 17/02/2021
0.570 0.175 0.320 0.315 9679WE WCT-WE 0.315 -0.005 513.7 1.890 2.080 26.72 27/08/2020
0.065 0.015 0.025 0.025 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.025 Unch 72.2 0.050 0.320 590.00 03/03/2021
0.930 0.490 0.680 0.665 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.680 Unch 34.9 1.110 0.500 6.31 28/10/2024
0.060 0.015 0.020 0.020 1201WB SUMATEC-WB 0.020 Unch 415.8 0.050 0.175 290.00 13/11/2018
0.220 0.020 0.145 0.135 5156WC XDL-WC 0.145 Unch 24.3 0.245 0.160 24.49 02/07/2018
0.120 0.100 0.115 0.115 5263CK SUNCON-CK 0.115 Unch 150 2.120 2.200 14.62 08/01/2018
0.015 0.005 0.010 0.005 0095WA XINGHE-WA 0.010 0.005 70 0.040 0.100 175.00 22/03/2019
0.090 0.065 0.070 0.070 3743CA SUNSURIA-CA 0.070 0.005 318 1.440 1.600 20.83 26/02/2018
0.110 0.035 0.055 0.055 0165WA XOX-WA 0.055 -0.005 376.1 0.105 0.200 142.86 10/02/2019
0.505 0.145 0.410 0.405 3743WA SUNSURIA-WA 0.405 Unch 162.4 1.440 1.500 32.29 22/07/2020
0.185 0.050 0.065 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.065 Unch 82.3 0.205 0.500 175.61 28/05/2020
0.325 0.100 0.290 0.285 0148WA SUNZEN-WA 0.290 0.030 45.1 0.365 0.100 6.85 14/04/2019
1.100 0.635 0.950 0.910 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.920 -0.005 421 1.350 0.500 5.19 24/06/2020
0.235 0.060 0.180 0.175 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.175 0.005 118.5 0.365 0.250 16.44 25/02/2021
0.100 0.030 0.040 0.035 4677C8 YTL-C8 0.040 0.005 520.3 1.420 1.500 8.45 29/12/2017
0.080 0.015 0.020 0.015 710626 SUPERMX-C26 0.020 -0.005 568 1.900 2.200 18.95 31/10/2017
0.115 0.045 0.060 0.055 6742C1 YTLPOWR-C1 0.060 0.010 401 1.430 1.400 2.10 28/02/2018
0.155 0.050 0.055 0.050 710627 SUPERMX-C27 0.050 -0.005 623.8 1.900 2.000 10.53 02/02/2018
0.450 0.320 0.335 0.325 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.330 Unch 364.1 1.430 1.140 2.80 11/06/2018
0.220 0.130 0.140 0.135 7082WB SYF-WB 0.140 Unch 340 0.480 0.700 75.00 11/11/2019
0.125 0.040 0.060 0.050 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.050 -0.010 213 0.130 0.250 130.77 25/01/2019
0.365 0.125 0.230 0.230 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.230 Unch 10 0.915 1.100 45.36 11/11/2020
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Insider Moves show what substantial shareholders are doing with their stakes, which could be a signal of their views on the companys outlook. Amazons growing clout among consumer stocks
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE
7-ELEVEN MALAYSIA (32,000,000) BERJAYA RETAIL 376,465,700 1/8
AXIS REAL ESTATE 502,800 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 68,629,596 31/7
INVESTMENT TRUST (DIPERBADANKAN)
AXIS REAL ESTATE 581,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 139,563,364 31/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
BIMB (9,947,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 85,626,239 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
BIMB 10,000,000 PERMODALAN NASIONAL 103,728,003 1/8
BINTAI KINDEN CORPORATION (6,500,000) KENYALANG PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT 31/7
CHIN WELL 743,200 HALLEY SICAV - HALLEY ASIAN PROSPERITY, 15,783,800 21, 24 - 28/7
LUXEMBOURG
DIALOG GROUP (1,620,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 679,860,150 31/7
DIGI.COM (1,125,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,055,211,994 31/7
DNONCE TECHNOLOGY 690,000 LAW KIM CHOON 41,046,022 31/7
DRB-HICOM (900,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 111,241,987 28/7
DUTCH LADY MILK INDUSTRIES (339,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 3,201,900 27 & 28/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
FRASER & NEAVE 536,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 43,056,630 31/7
GAMUDA 2,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 282,029,405 31/7
GHL SYSTEMS 868,200 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 38,773,700 31/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
HONG LEONG BANK 632,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 262,381,621 31/7
IJM CORPORATION (528,900) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 201,930,300 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
INARI AMERTRON (842,500) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 189,177,150 31/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
IOI CORPORATION (1,033,200) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 587,654,173 31/7
KARYON INDUSTRIES 500,000 DR CHUA KEE LAM 20,609,543 3/8
LINGKARAN TRANS KOTA 547,600 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 45,332,800 1/8
European Union imports of Russian gas
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA Now US sanctions will raise Russias cost to build two gas export pipelines key to its market
MALAYAN BANKING (80,000,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 3,646,214,985 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA share in Europe, causing upheaval to its long-term growth strategy.
MALAYAN BANKING 80,000,000 PERMODALAN NASIONAL 763,370,502 1/8
MALAYAN BANKING (482,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,270,278,592 31/7
MAXIS (838,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 806,401,221 27 & 31/7
MISC (1,201,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 280,095,672 21 & 24/7
PETRONAS GAS (500,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 202,978,700 31/7
PUBLIC BANK 950,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 472,388,700 31/7
QL RESOURCES 744,500 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 64,774,000 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
S P SETIA (986,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 193,317,783 31/7
SAPURA ENERGY 3,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 637,798,444 31/7
SAUDEE GROUP 350,000 KHOO LAY TATT 7,210,200 1/8
SEDANIA INNOVATOR (6,567,300) SEDANIA CORPORATION 119,315,592 1 & 2/8
SIME DARBY 68,536,018 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 2,856,895,547 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
SIME DARBY 4,520,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 688,757,931 28 & 31/7
SIME DARBY (510,100) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 399,618,873 31/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
SIME DARBY (68,536,018) PERMODALAN NASIONAL 343,397,392 1/8
SKP RESOURCES 2,087,800 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 65,718,500 31/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
SKP RESOURCES 1,040,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 65,921,900 31/7
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE 963,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 389,386,700 31/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
TELEKOM MALAYSIA (2,318,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 669,526,374 31/7
TELEKOM MALAYSIA 1,880,800 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 449,000,000 1/8
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
TIONG NAM LOGISTICS 433,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 22,143,500 27/7
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Eastern & Oriental Bhds extraordinary innovative booking features for a better VOIR 1.070 0.995 1.060 960 PRKCORP 1.630 1.530 1.620 13.5
UNISEM-CW 0.185 0.155 0.180 465.8 SP500-H8 0.190 0.190 0.190 44
general meeting at TPC Kuala Lumpur, taxi experience. Launching at Sunway REXIT 0.955 0.910 0.930 4732.3 MISC-C9 0.035 0.030 0.030 24
Banquet Hall, Level 1, Jalan 1/70 D, off Jalan Velocity Mall, Vanity Atrium, Lingkaran UNISEM-CY 0.210 0.170 0.200 177.5 MYEG-C20 0.085 0.085 0.085 94.1
Bukit Kiara, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, at SV, Sunway Velocity, Kuala Lumpur from This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
10am. 11am to 12.45pm. 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 $ 0.629 0.741 0.721 0.568 0.937 1.008 1.008 0.935 3.1723 4.986 59.910 4.684 2.722 9,869 47.158 82.027 5.889 37.278 2.698 2.780 6.036 24.660 5.795
EURO 1.589 1.178 1.146 0.903 1.489 1.602 1.602 1.485 5.0406 7.923 95.194 7.442 4.325 15,681 74.931 130.336 9.357 59.233 4.287 4.417 9.590 39.183 9.208
US $ 1.349 0.849 0.973 0.767 1.264 1.360 1.361 1.261 4.2800 6.727 80.830 6.319 3.672 13,315 63.624 110.669 7.945 50.295 3.640 3.750 8.143 33.270 7.819
SWISS FR 1.387 0.873 1.028 0.788 1.300 1.398 1.399 1.296 4.4001 6.916 83.098 6.497 3.776 13,689 65.410 113.774 8.168 51.706 3.742 3.855 8.372 34.204 8.038
STERLING 1.760 1.108 1.305 1.269 1.649 1.774 1.775 1.645 5.5833 8.776 105.443 8.244 4.791 17,370 82.998 144.368 10.364 65.610 4.748 4.892 10.623 43.401 10.200
CANADA $ 1.067 0.672 0.791 0.769 0.606 1.076 1.076 0.997 3.3850 5.320 63.927 4.998 2.905 10,531 50.320 87.527 6.284 39.778 2.879 2.966 6.440 26.313 6.184
BRUNEI $ 0.992 0.624 0.735 0.715 0.564 0.930 1.000 0.927 3.1471 4.947 59.435 4.647 2.700 9,791 46.783 81.375 5.842 36.982 2.677 2.757 5.988 24.464 5.749
SINGAPORE $ 0.992 0.624 0.735 0.715 0.563 0.929 1.000 0.927 3.1457 4.944 59.408 4.645 2.699 9,786 46.762 81.339 5.839 36.966 2.675 2.756 5.985 24.453 5.747
AUSTRALIA $ 1.070 0.673 0.793 0.771 0.608 1.003 1.079 1.079 3.3945 5.335 64.107 5.012 2.913 10,560 50.461 87.772 6.301 39.889 2.887 2.974 6.458 26.387 6.201
MALAYSIA RM 0.315 0.198 0.234 0.227 0.179 0.295 0.318 0.318 0.295 1.0000 1.572 18.886 1.476 0.858 3,111 14.865 25.857 1.856 11.751 0.850 0.876 1.903 7.773 1.827
100 CHINESE RMB 20.055 12.622 14.865 14.459 11.395 18.795 20.216 20.225 18.743 63.6220 1,202 93.938 54.592 197,928 945.771 1,645 118.103 747.632 54.108 55.745 121.046 494.559 116.227
100 BANGLADH TAKA 1.669 1.050 1.237 1.203 0.948 1.564 1.683 1.683 1.560 5.2951 8.323 7.818 4.543 16,473 78.714 136.915 9.829 62.223 4.503 4.639 10.074 41.161 9.673
100 DANISH KRONER 21.350 13.436 15.824 15.392 12.130 20.008 21.521 21.530 19.952 67.7280 106.45 1,279 58.115 210,702 1,006.81 1,751 125.72 795.88 57.60 59.34 128.86 526.48 123.73
100 UAE DIRHAM 36.737 23.121 27.229 26.486 20.873 34.429 37.032 37.048 34.333 116.5419 183.18 2,201 172.07 362,562 1,732 3,013 216.34 1,370 99.12 102.11 221.73 905.93 212.90
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.008 0.007 0.006 0.009 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0321 0.051 0.607 0.047 0.028 0.478 0.831 0.060 0.378 0.027 0.028 0.061 0.250 0.059
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.121 1.335 1.572 1.529 1.205 1.987 2.138 2.138 1.982 6.7270 10.573 127.043 9.932 5.772 20,928 173.941 12.487 79.050 5.721 5.894 12.799 52.292 12.289
100 JAPAN YEN 1.219 0.767 0.904 0.879 0.693 1.143 1.229 1.229 1.139 3.8674 6.079 73.038 5.710 3.318 12,031 57.491 7.179 45.446 3.289 3.389 7.358 30.063 7.065
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 16.981 10.687 12.586 12.243 9.648 15.914 17.117 17.125 15.870 53.8700 84.672 1,017 79.539 46.224 167,590 800.803 1,393 633.035 45.815 47.200 102.492 418.753 98.412
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.683 1.688 1.988 1.934 1.524 2.514 2.704 2.705 2.507 8.5098 13.376 160.712 12.565 7.302 26,474 126.502 220.039 15.797 7.237 7.456 16.191 66.150 15.546
100 QATAR RIYAL 37.065 23.327 27.473 26.723 21.060 34.736 37.362 37.379 34.639 117.5824 184.814 2,221 173.610 100.893 365,799 1,748 3,040 218.271 1,382 103.025 223.711 914.014 214.805
100 SAUDI RIYAL 35.977 22.642 26.666 25.938 20.441 33.716 36.265 36.281 33.622 114.1303 179.388 2,155 168.513 97.931 355,059 1,697 2,951 211.862 1,341 97.064 217.143 887.179 208.498
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.568 10.427 12.280 11.945 9.414 15.527 16.701 16.709 15.484 52.5600 82.613 992.622 77.605 45.100 163,514 781.329 1,359 97.568 617.641 44.701 46.053 408.569 96.019
100 THAI BAHT 4.055 2.552 3.006 2.924 2.304 3.800 4.088 4.090 3.790 12.8644 20.220 242.951 18.994 11.038 40,021 191.235 332.637 23.880 151.172 10.941 11.272 24.476 23.501
100 HK$ 17.255 10.860 12.790 12.440 9.804 16.171 17.394 17.401 16.126 54.7392 86.038 1,033.777 80.822 46.970 170,294 813.724 1,415 101.614 643.249 46.554 47.962 104.146 425.509
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.
MONDAY AU G U S T 7, 20 17 T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
Markets 3 1
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 0.00 93.542 4.5
1,775.00 (-0.50) (+0.703)
(+6.00) 3.49
1785 4.75 96.5 (Unch)
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 4, 2017 Jan 4, 2010 Aug 4, 2017 Oct 2, 2006 Aug 4, 2017 Oct 1, 2000 Aug 4, 2017

FBM KLCI futures end higher FBM KLCI futures US dollar surges on US job Klibor
on renewed buying interest INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
data, Cohn comments MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracton Bursa FBMKLCI 1,774.53 2.63 70.09M The US dollar was set for its biggest one-day AUG7 96.54
SEP7 96.53
Malaysia Derivatives ended higher last Friday AUG 17 1,775.00 6.00 2,399 28,364 -84 gain against a basket of major currencies OCT7 96.51
SEP 17 1,774.50 4.50 75 514 29
on renewed buying interest. so far this year after a strong US July payroll DEC7 96.48
DEC 17 1,774.50 3.50 22 237 5
August 2017 rose six points to 1,775; MAR 18 1,772.50 5.00 3 7 0
report and comments from National MAR8 96.48
September 2017 went up 4.5 points to 1,774.5; TOTAL Economic Council director Gary Cohn JUN8 96.48
2,499 29,122 -50
SEP8 96.48
December 2017 increased 3.5 points to about lowering the US corporate tax rate. DEC8 96.48
1,774.5and March 2018 gained fivepoints FUTURES ROLL OVER BID OFFER CLOSE The US dollar index, which measures the MAR9 96.48
AUG/SEP 0.5 -0.5 0.0
to 1,772.5. greenback against six major rivals, jumped JUN9 96.48
Turnover eased to 2,499 lots from 3,442 FUTURES FAIR VALUE about 1% to a one-week high of 93.774 SEP9 96.48
DEC9 96.48
lots last Thursday, while open interest fell CONTRACT DAYS TO EXPIRY KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE after the US Labor Department said non- MAR0 96.48
to 29,122 contracts from 30,059 contracts. AUG 17
SEP 17
27
57
4.01
8.64
4.63
12.19
-0.62
-3.55
farm payrolls increased by 209,000 jobs last JUN0 96.48
T h e u n d e r l y i n g b e n c h m a r k ROLLS FAIR -2.93
month and Cohns comments. It was last SEP0 96.48
FBMKLCIrose 2.63points to 1,774.53. up 0.7% at 93.529. DEC0 96.48
MAR1 96.48
The FBM KLCI futures contracts are Cohn told Bloomberg TV last Friday that
JUN1 96.48
expected to be firmer this week, tracking the 35% US corporate tax rate should be more SEP1 96.48
the performance of the underlying cash in line with the 24% average rate among DEC1 96.48
market, a dealer said. announcement of strong trade surplus for other countries in the Organization for MAR2 96.48
The dealer said the sentiment in the cash June 2017 as well as a recovery in commodity Economic Cooperation and Development. JUN2 96.48
TOTAL 0 0
market was bullish with support from the prices. Bernama 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 0.3375 0.525 121.25 1660


(RM3,182/tonne) 1,260.20
(-10.00)
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50 1340
49.50
(+0.55)
1950 53.75 1020
2,606 57500 2425 0.175
(+2) 2,606
1200 10000 (+2) 20.00 700
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Aug 4, 2017 Apr 10, 2007 Aug 4, 2017 Aug 31, 2008 Aug 4, 2017
Jan 6, 2008 Aug 4, 2017

Palm oil recovers from CPO futures Oil prices rise on strong Commodities

1-week low on exports CONTRACT


AUG-17
LAST
2,590
CHANGE
2
VOLUME
73
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
2,772 -300
US jobs data report AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,606 4
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 621.50 1.50
SEP-17 2,601 6 1,910 21,327 -817
Malaysian palm oil futures recovered from Oil prices rose last Friday after a strong US CORN USC/BSH CBOT 366.50 3.00
OCT-17 2,606 2 16,781 56,380 -1,966
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 949.25 -1.25
their lowest in 1 weeks last Friday to trade NOV-17 2,615 1 6,585 41,509 1,084 job report bolstered hopes for growing energy
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 454.75 -3.00
slightly higher in the evening, underpinned DEC-17 2,633 -2 3,809 17,782 53 demand, but crude prices declined for the LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 114.100 -0.725
by improving export demand. CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL week, pressured by rising Opec exports and COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,037 -49
The benchmark palm oil contract INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER CURRENT FUTURES BASIS (USD) strong US output. COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 143.75 -0.05
AUG/SEP -11 -74.29
for October delivery on Bursa Malaysia AUG/OCT -16 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -96.51
US employers hired more workers than SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 14.87 -0.18
Derivatives rose 0.2% or RM2 to RM2,606 AUG/NOV expected in July and raised their wages, the COTTON USC/IBS NYC 70.07 0.36
-25 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -90.50
at the close of trade. SEP/OCT -5 US Labor Department reported. METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 20,650 150
Earlier in the session, palm touched SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) Global benchmark Brent futures gained COPPER USC/IBS CMX 2.8925 0.0075
RM2,598, its lowest since July 25. It is down SHIPMENT DAYS MAY17 JUN17 JUL17 41 US cents or 0.8% to settle at US$52.42 a GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,260.20 -10.00
1.8% for the week, its first weekly fall in five 1 - 10TH DAYS 359/347 367/367 381/360 barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 969.00 4.40
1 - 15TH DAYS 613/618 524/509 616/599
weeks. crude rose 55 US cents or 1.1% to settle at PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 869.10 -5.70
Traded volumes stood at 33,306 lots of 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
853/847
1,007/1,007
710/721 818/797
996/986 1,044/1,017
US$49.58. SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.25 -0.38
25 tonnes each last Friday evening. Oil prices were supported by good news ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 14,825 70
FULL MONTH 1,310/1,306 1,210/1,190 1,260/1,239
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 23,495 125
The market was quiet last Friday, but MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD this morning (last Friday) on the US job
there was good buying from India and China, MAR17 APR17 MAY17 JUN17 front, said Andrew Lipow, president of Lipow ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 49.58 0.55
said a trader on why prices had some support. PRODUCTION 1,464 1,548 1,655 1,514 Oil Associates in Houston, noting gasoline HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 1.6526 0.0097
EXPORT 1,554 1,283 1,506 1,379
Exports for August might be good. STOCKS 1,266 1,600 1,558 1,527
and diesel demand also remained strong. NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 2.817 -0.027
However, there are expectations of a rise Crude futures had been lower before the BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 52.42 0.41
MPOB Palm oil physical
in output, in line with the seasonal trend and job report spurred buying. Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 488.50 -4.50
as the lingering effects of a crop-damaging (IN RM/TON) AUG17 SEP17 OCT17
CPO DELD 2,450 2,430 2,400 Centrifuged Latex
El Nino fade. PK EX-MILL 2,640 2,630 2,620 Rubber - Msia SMR 20
A Reuters poll of nine traders, planters CPKO DELD 5,473 5,374 5,357 Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
and analysts forecast that Malaysian output RBD P.OIL FOB 2,592 2,572 2,471 1100 1900
will rise 11% to 1.68 million tonnes, leading RBD P.OLEIN FOB 2,632 2,580 2,531
502.50
to gains in inventory levels by 6.5% to 1.63 RBD P. STEARIN FOB 2,531 2,511 2,451 900 (+3.00) 1475
million tonnes. MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) 621.50
Exports are seen edging up 4% to 1.43 REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
(+1.50)
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
million tonnes, according to the survey. NORTH 20.00% 425 19.00% 405 18.00% 385
Cargo surveyor data also showed that SOUTH 20.00% 434 19.00% 414 18.00% 393
500 625
Malaysian shipments for July rose 4.1%, CENTRAL 20.00% 433 19.00% 413 18.00% 393
supported by stronger demand from China EAST COAST 20.00% 427 19.00% 407 18.00% 387 300 200
SABAH 22.00% 413 21.00% 395 20.00% 377 Jan 7, 2007 Aug 4, 2017 Jan 7, 2007 Aug 4, 2017
and Europe. Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 420 21.00% 401 20.00% 382
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Daily top 20 active stocks
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 40,212.0 0.010 2.50 0.410 15.87 0.00
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) PETRONM-CD 36,656.9 0.030 7.50 0.430 0.00
Index point 1,775.00
1776.0 JOHAN 32,652 11.48 0.035 0.340 0.345 0.305 JOHAN 32,651.8 0.035 11.48 0.340 0.00
(+6.00)
1775.2 ANZO 25,081 0.00 0.000 0.105 0.105 0.095 MTOUCHE 25,666.2 0.015 3.53 0.440 386.36 0.00
1774.4 EVERGRN 24,945 -6.15 -0.055 0.840 0.920 0.840 GLOTEC 25,488.3 UNCH UNCH 0.055 0.00
1773.6 KLCI futures JCY-C2 19,145 14.29 0.005 0.040 0.045 0.035 ANZO 25,081.1 UNCH UNCH 0.105 0.00
1,774.53 TRC 18,783 3.95 0.030 0.790 0.795 0.770 EVERGRN 24,944.5 -0.055 -6.15 0.840 12.03 2.23
1772.8 (+2.63)
ATTA-LA 16,473 14.29 0.020 0.160 0.165 0.135 MPAY 21,195.5 UNCH UNCH 0.275 0.00
1772.0
MALAKOF 13,015 0.00 0.000 1.020 1.050 1.010 JCY-C2 19,145.3 UNCH UNCH 0.040 0.00
1771.2
LUSTER 12,240 -4.17 -0.005 0.115 0.120 0.115 TRC 18,783.3 0.030 3.95 0.790 9.44 2.50
1770.4 KL Composite Index
HSSEB 9,143 7.03 0.065 0.990 0.995 0.920 AAX 18,366.2 -0.010 -2.56 0.380 39.80 0.00
1769.6 MJPERAK 6,134 10.47 0.045 0.475 0.500 0.420 ATTA-LA 16,472.9 0.020 14.29 0.160 0.00
1768.8 JCY 5,043 4.39 0.025 0.595 0.600 0.570 MLAB 15,991.0 -0.005 -3.23 0.150 0.00
1768.0 FGV-C30 4,928 4.55 0.005 0.115 0.120 0.110 KRONO 15,907.4 0.035 4.29 0.850 20.43 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
REXIT 4,732 3.33 0.030 0.930 0.955 0.910 BORNOIL 15,193.0 UNCH UNCH 0.105 11.41 0.00
EDUSPEC 4,713 11.11 0.015 0.150 0.150 0.140 JAG 14,845.0 -0.005 -3.33 0.145 27.27 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI FAJAR 4,534 2.69 0.025 0.955 0.965 0.940 HENGYUAN-CA 14,625.1 -0.015 -2.17 0.675 0.00
DGB-WA 3,943 0.00 0.000 0.010 0.010 0.010 DNEX-WD 14,587.2 -0.005 -1.82 0.270 0.00
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day SYSTECH 14,573.6 -0.005 -1.20 0.410 48.82 0.72
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 1,774.53 DNEX 14,414.5 UNCH UNCH 0.560 3.91 0.89
traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
(+2.63) 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
1,761.55
FBM KLCI higher on HLB CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

spike ahead of US jobs report DIN040000223


AJI
99.000
25.980
1.790
0.480
KESM
BAT
15.120
44.660
-0.380
-0.220
1122.5 HLBANK 16.000 0.340 PETDAG 23.800 -0.220
PETRONM 9.760 0.270 NESTLE 83.800 -0.200
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI rose 2.63 points or 0.1% to UNISEM 4.080 0.270 AEONCR 13.420 -0.180
820.0 1,774.53 last Friday mainly on index-linked Hong Leong Bank TASEK 13.000 0.200 GENP-WA 2.840 -0.160
Jan 2, 2008 Aug 4, 2017 Bhd (HLB) and Public Bank Bhd (PBB) shares 11th-hour HENGYUAN 7.970 0.190 KOSSAN 7.120 -0.160
spike and as investors waited for the US employment report. ENRA 2.950 0.180 HEIM 18.000 -0.120
900
At closing bell, HLB shares had risen 34 sen to RM16, PBBANK 20.760 0.160 ATLAN 4.300 -0.120
HARTA 7.130 0.160 SUIWAH 2.810 -0.120
while PBB added 16 sen to RM20.76.
600 KIMLUN 2.380 0.130 WARISAN 1.990 -0.110
HLB and PBB were Bursa Malaysias third and ninth JHM 3.080 0.120 CARLSBG 14.900 -0.100
300 largest gainers respectively. The FBM KLCI had also risen
on Petronas Gas Bhd share gains. Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
Despite the FBM KLCIs gain, Bursa Malaysia decliners


Volume (mil)
outnumbered gainers at 397 to 361 respectively. Bursa UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
Malaysias trading volume stood at 1.42 billion shares worth
FBM KLCI futures RM1.47 billion. XINGHE-WA 0.010 100.00 MRCB-C21 0.055 -63.33

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


On the broader market, sentiment is still weak as SENERGYC42 0.010 100.00 MALAKOF-C2 0.075 -50.00
UNISEM-CW 0.180 56.52 AEON-CH 0.005 -50.00
AUG 17 1,775.00 6.00 1,775.50 1,767.50 investors continue to book profits from the rally in the stock UNISEM-CY 0.200 48.15 MISC-C9 0.030 -40.00
SEP 17 1,774.50 4.50 1,775.50 1,769.50 market which was seen since December, Malacca Securities UNISEM-CX 0.180 38.46 NEXGRAM-WB 0.010 -33.33
DEC 17 1,774.50 3.50 1,775.00 1,769.00
Sdn Bhd analyst Kenneth Leong told theedgemarkets.com. UNISEM-CV 0.340 28.30 FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -33.33
Investors are also anticipating positive US employment HUBLINE-WB 0.025 25.00 SP500-H8 0.190 -33.33
FBM KLCI sensitivity* statistics, which is scheduled to be released later today (last UNISEM-CU 0.280 24.44 MAXIS-CY 0.010 -33.33
AIRASIAC57 0.180 24.14 MRCB-C16 0.015 -25.00
KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME Friday), Leong said.
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) HEKTAR-TR 0.105 23.53 MAXWELL 0.015 -25.00
HONG LEONG BANK 1.22 0.340 16.000 459.1
Across Asian share markets, Japans Nikkei 225 fell 0.38%, TAGB-CD 0.060 20.00 MMCCORP-C6 0.090 -21.74
PUBLIC BANK 1.03 0.160 20.760 2661.3 while South Koreas Kospi rose 0.36%. MALAKOF-CZ 0.030 20.00 AT-WB 0.020 -20.00
IHH HEALTHCARE 0.54 0.040 6.000 323.4 Reuters reported that Asian stocks inched up last Friday
PETRONAS CHEMICAL 0.53 0.040 7.010 4749.5 after a technology-led drop on Wall Street, with gains Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
YTL CORPORATION 0.36 0.020 1.420 4677.3 kept in check by investors reluctance to stake out fresh
CIMB GROUP 0.30 0.020 6.620 12681.2 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
PETRONAS GAS 0.26 0.080 18.700 218.4
positions ahead of US job data later in the global day. CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
MISC 0.22 0.030 7.400 826.5 by Wong Ee Lin XINGHE-WA 0.010 100.00 MRCB-C21 0.055 -63.33
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED 0.21 0.050 9.100 77.7
World equity indices SENERGYC42 0.010 100.00 MALAKOF-C2 0.075 -50.00
MAYBANK 0.17 0.010 9.650 10850.0 UNISEM-CW 0.180 56.52 AEON-CH 0.005 -50.00
DIGI.COM -0.13 -0.010 4.810 1648.5 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE UNISEM-CY 0.200 48.15 MISC-C9 0.030 -40.00
AXIATA GROUP -0.15 -0.010 4.790 3150.6
DOW JONES 22,092.81 66.71 INDONESIA 5,777.48 -3.09 UNISEM-CX 0.180 38.46 NEXGRAM-WB 0.010 -33.33
TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD -0.19 -0.020 14.160 6643.0
S&P 500 2,476.83 4.67 JAPAN 19,952.33 -76.93 UNISEM-CV 0.340 28.30 FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -33.33
PETRONAS DAGANG -0.36 -0.220 23.800 382.2
NASDAQ 100 5,899.91 8.71 KOREA 2,395.45 8.60 HUBLINE-WB 0.025 25.00 SP500-H8 0.190 -33.33
GENTING MALAYSIA -0.49 -0.050 6.050 2365.0
FTSE 100 7,511.71 36.94 PHILIPPINES 7,932.82 56.16 UNISEM-CU 0.280 24.44 MAXIS-CY 0.010 -33.33
AMMB HOLDINGS -0.55 -0.110 4.870 787.3
AUSTRALIA 5,720.58 -14.54 SINGAPORE 3,326.52 -16.40 AIRASIAC57 0.180 24.14 MRCB-C16 0.015 -25.00
SUB-TOTAL 2.98
CHINA 3,262.08 -10.85 TAIWAN 10,506.56 36.68 HEKTAR-TR 0.105 23.53 MMCCORP-C6 0.090 -21.74
OTHERS -0.35
HONG KONG 27,562.68 31.67 THAILAND 1,578.26 0.01 TAGB-CD 0.060 20.00 AT-WB 0.020 -20.00
GRAND TOTAL 2.63
INDIA 32,325.41 87.53 VIETNAM 788.68 0.19 MALAKOF-CZ 0.030 20.00 NEXGRAM-WA 0.020 -20.00
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