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PENINSULAR MALAYSIA RM1.50

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Govt declares polling day a public holiday


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FBM KLCI 1869.89 8.91 KLCI FUTURES 1873.00 13.50 STI 3479.76 13.38 RM/USD 3.8730 CPO RM2431.00 2.00 OIL US$71.73 0.69 GOLD US$1349.40 6.50
PP 9974/08/2013 (032820)
PENINSULAR MALAYSIA RM1.50

THURSDAY APRIL 12, 2018 ISSUE 2630/2018

FINANCIAL
DAILY
www.theedgemarkets.com
MAKE
BETTER
DECISIONS Anti-Fake News Act now in force
PA G E 2

4 HOME BUSINESS

IHH said to be
preparing to
formally approach
Fortis with rival bid SAPURA ENERGY FINALLY
6 HOME BUSINESS
GETS GO-AHEAD FOR
SARAWAK
BHIC eyes at least
10% rise in FY18
net profit
7 HOME BUSINESS

Businesses to bear
RM600m wage bill
GAS FIELDS
owing to May 9 64.5 sen
holiday — group April 11, 2018
7 HOME BUSINESS
Its share price jumps as
‘Airports, airlines
much as 25% following the
to benefit from news. Tan Xue Ying has the
Malaysians coming story on Page 4.
home to vote’
8 HOME BUSINESS

Pharmaniaga’s
Indonesian business
‘doing very well’
51.5 sen
23 L I VE I T ! April 10, 2018
Chin-chin in
Bangkok

Govt declares polling day a public holiday


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2 T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

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ON EDGE T V Bank Negara to introduce minimum standards for mobile payments


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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Ma- against malware and protection awareness of basic security tips was orate with the industry in the area
laysia (BNM) will introduce mini- against unauthorised transactions. paramount as a first line of defence of public education and aware-
mum standards for the nascent but “This will make it easier for con- against payment fraud, given that ness. We will also be working with
growing area of mobile payments sumers to compare between differ- fraud victims were usually duped both bank and non-bank players
in the coming months to enhance ent providers, thereby promoting into disclosing confidential informa- to develop common promotional
consumer protection. greater consumer empowerment to tion that were used to commit fraud. messages that provide the “do’s and
Governor Tan Sri Muhammad make better informed decisions,” Furthermore, he said financial don’ts” for e-payment transactions.
Ibrahim said mobile payment pro- he said in his keynote address at institutions must also regularly re- “This will ensure a more cohe-
viders would be required to dis- the Malaysian E-Payments Excel- view and measure the effectiveness sive communication strategy to
close key security features of their lence Awards 2018 here yesterday. of consumer education initiatives. amplify the impact on the public
services, such as in-app safeguards He said enhancing customer “BNM will continue to collab- at large,” he added. — Bernama

BNM governor

Anti-Fake News Act urges industry


players to drive
RPP promotion

The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd


(266980-X)
Level 3, Menara KLK, No 1 Jalan PJU 7/6,
now in force KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara
Malaysia (BNM) governor Tan Sri
Muhammad Ibrahim has called on
all industry players to drive the pro-
Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, motion of the upcoming real-time
Selangor, Malaysia retail payments platform (RPP) as
PM: Govt gives space for the media and for freedom of speech the initiative offers great benefits.
“Let us make the RPP services
Publisher and Group CEO Ho Kay Tat a household service and trans-
KUALA LUMPUR: The Anti-Fake both in Malaysia and overseas. Assembly Act 2012, besides trans- form all mobile phones into mo-
EDITORIAL News Act 2018, which was passed They include lawmakers, the Ma- formation of the media by abol- bile wallets.
For News Tips/Press Releases by the Dewan Rakyat and Dewan laysian Bar, civil rights groups and ishing the annual printing licence “The RPP should not be merely a
Tel: 03-7721 8219 Fax: 03-7721 8038
Email: eeditor@bizedge.com Negara earlier this month, was media organisations. and publishing permit. banking service but a lifestyle solu-
gazetted yesterday. Najib said the Act was based Najib said although the gov- tion,” he said in his keynote address
Editor-in-Chief Azam Aris Prime Minister Datuk Seri Na- on the public interest to protect ernment gives space for the media at the Malaysian E-Payments Excel-
Executive Editors Ooi Inn Leong, jib Razak said the Act had received members of the public from the and allows the freedom of speech, lence Awards 2018 here yesterday.
Kathy Fong, Jenny Ng, Diana Khoo
Senior Editors Cindy Yeap, the consent of Yang di-Pertuan dissemination of fake news. It also it should be based on three main Citing the benefits of the RPP, he
Jose Barrock, Kang Siew Li Agong Sultan Muhammad V. has an element of deterrence as elements — namely, a sense of said it would allow users to make
Associate Editors R B Bhattacharjee, In his speech at the launch of it ensures that each person is re- responsibility, reflecting the truth and receive payments convenient-
Vasantha Ganesan the National Journalists’ Day (Ha- sponsible for the sharing of correct and in line with local values and ly using their identification card,
Assistant Editors Adeline Paul Raj,
Tan Choe Choe, Ben Shane Lim, wana) yesterday, Bernama report- and valid information. culture. mobile and business registration
Khairie Hisyam Aliman, ed, he brushed aside fears that the He said the Act would also not Persons convicted under the numbers or by scanning a com-
Kanagaraju S Sithambaram new Act could be used to restrict compromise on the dissemina- Act can be fined up to RM500,000 mon quick response (QR) code.
Chief Copy Editor Halim Yaacob the freedom to report the news. tion of news that could jeopardise or jailed up to six years, or both. “We do not need to suffer the
Senior Copy Editor Melanie Proctor
Copy Editor Tham Kid Cheng “I wish to disclose that this public peace or national security. It is also an offence to provide fi- agony of remembering our account
Art Director Sharon Khoh view is inaccurate and incorrect Addressing about 1,000 media nancial assistance to someone who numbers ever again,” he said.
Chief Graphic Designer Cheryl Loh because among other things, the practitioners from throughout the creates or spreads fake news. The The RPP will be facilitated by
Design Team Valerie Chin, Printing Presses and Publications country, the prime minister point- punishment is the same for both. a national addressing database
Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville,
Aminullah Abdul Karim, Act 1984, via Section 8A, had made ed out that the government always A person who fails to eradicate (NAD) and an interoperable QR
Noorain Duasa, Tun Mohd Zafian it an offence to publish fake news. provided space for the freedom the production of fake news can be code payment scheme.
Mohd Za’abah “Although there are existing le- of speech and had implemented fined not more than RM100,000. “Seamless and secure pay-
gal provisions, the dissemination media freedom through various The court can order the de- ments between bank and non-
EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION
Manager Katherine Tan of fake news cannot be controlled law reforms. struction of publications contain- bank e-money accounts will also
Senior Coordinator Maryani Hassan effectively and comprehensively He said they included the im- ing fake news. become a reality,” he said.
due to current developments in plementation of law reformation The Act is also applicable to Muhammad urged the industry
CORPORATE information technology,” he said. such as through the abolition of non-Malaysians or those outside to promote the RPP by facilitating
Chief Operating Officer
Lim Shiew Yuin The introduction of the law has the Internal Security Act (ISA) of the country for any offences user registration with the NAD and
attracted criticism from groups 1960, introducing the Peaceful committed in this country. merchant adoption of the com-
ADVERTISING & MARKETING mon QR code, among others.
To advertise contact He also said the industry ought
GL: (03) 7721 8000
Fax: (03) 7721 8288 to build on the RPP and enhance
Chief Commercial Officer its research and development
Sharon Teh (012) 313 9056
General Manager
Kingston Low (012) 278 5540
HSBC’s top banker Mukhtar gets capabilities.
“One such area is through the
publication of open application

a role in China’s soft power push


Senior Sales Managers
Fong Lai Kuan (012) 386 2831 programming interfaces, better
Gregory Thu (012) 376 0614 known as open APIs. Based on
Creative Marketing our interaction with the banking
Chris Wong (016) 687 6577
Head of Marketing Support & Ad Traffic community, there is interest for
Lorraine Chan (03) 7721 8001 BY P ETE SW EENEY for doing more business in China. itiative (BRI) to expand Chinese in- this among our banks.
Email: advertising@bizedge.com In 2014, the bank led by John fluence around the globe has been “BNM’s survey last year indi-
HONG KONG: HSBC is catering to Flint appointed a global head of unprecedentedly intense, even by cated that more than 50% of banks
OPERATIONS
To order copy China’s soft power push, creating a renminbi business development Chinese propaganda standards. in Malaysia view open API as a
Tel: 03-7721 8034 / 8033 job title sure to charm Beijing: Head as China lobbied the Internation- State media and officials have high priority. Thus, the industry
Fax: 03-7721 8282 of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). al Monetary Fund to include the spun it as a solution to nearly every should leverage on open API to
Email: hotline@bizedge.com The Asia-focused lender has yuan in the reserve currency basket. planetary issue, including the Isra- facilitate collaboration with finan-
EdgeProp.my staffed the role with senior banker In 2013, it joined the rush to pub- el-Palestine conflict. cial technology firms to introduce
Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief
Mukhtar Hussain, currently chief of licise operations in the newly minted But the BRI could be a genuine innovations and facilitate new
Au Foong Yee HSBC Malaysia. Putting a heavy hitter Shanghai Free Trade Zone. Such new opportunity, as it proposes to drive use cases to enhance the RPP’s
Editor Lam Jian Wyn in charge of coordinating efforts to business cards are low-cost marketing. Chinese capital into some of the value proposition to businesses
Contributing Editor Sharon Kam tap the US$1 trillion (RM3.87 trillion) In HSBC’s case it may have riskiest — but potentially higher and consumers,” he said.
Assistant Editor James Chong
overseas infrastructure programme helped the bank win permits to return — corners of Asia. “We look to the industry, both
MARKETING & ADVERTISING makes sense. Do not be surprised to sell offshore yuan-related services, Mukhtar’s job might well in- banks and non-banks, to come up
Associate Account Director, see other global banks copy HSBC. and to launch China’s first foreign volve keeping the bank off certain with new and imaginative ways
Advertising & Marketing HSBC has gone further than majority-owned securities joint segments of the BRI, while getting to accelerate the onboarding
Heidee Ahmad (019) 388 1880
most in its efforts to signal public venture in 2017. onto others. What is sure is that of these underbanked and un-
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT support for the Chinese policy in- However, the hype surrounding rivals will be envious of his new banked segments of our society,”
Senior Manager Elizabeth Lay itiative of the moment, with hopes President Xi Jinping’s signature in- business card. — Reuters he added. — Bernama
4 HOME BUSINESS T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Sapura Energy finally


IHH said to be preparing to formally
approach Fortis with rival bid
BY G EO RG E S MIT H A L E X A N D E R

gets go-ahead for


& E LF F IE C H E W If rejected by Fortis
MUMBAI/KUALA LUMPUR:
board, IHH will
IHH Healthcare Bhd is prepar- consider taking
ing to formally approach India’s its offer directly to

Sarawak gas fields


Fortis Healthcare Ltd with an
offer for the hospital operator
Indian company’s
that will put it in competition shareholders.
with a TPG-backed consortium,
people with knowledge of the
matter said.
IHH, Southeast Asia’s largest sweetened bid for Fortis’s hos-
hospital operator, aims to send a pital operations after opposition
Its share price jumps as much as 25% following the news letter to the Fortis board within from some investors.
the next couple of weeks about its It would be the latest twist in
plans to bid for the Indian compa- the Fortis saga, with India’s fraud
BY TAN XU E Y I N G “With the recent extensive addi- ny, according to the people. The watchdog and stock regulator
Sapura Energy Bhd tion to our exploration acreage in Kuala Lumpur-based company investigating the company after
KUALA LUMPUR: The long-await- RM Mexico and New Zealand, the group is contemplating a cash offer for Bloomberg reported the compa-
ed go-ahead for the development of 2.5 has been able to geographically di- Fortis, which has a market value ny’s founders took at least five bil-
three gas fields off Sarawak provid- versify our E&P segment and put in of about US$1.2 billion (RM4.64 lion Indian rupees (RM296.5 mil-
ed a huge boost to flagging Sapura 2.0 place a well-balanced portfolio across billion), the people said, asking lion) out of the firm without board
Energy Bhd, with its market capital- exploration, development and pro- not to be identified because the approval. Brothers Malvinder and
isation boosted by more than half a 1.5 duction phases.” information is private. Shivinder Singh have resigned
billion ringgit as its share price rallied Shell Malaysia chairman Datuk It is currently discussing the from the company and have lost
sharply yesterday. RM0.645 Iain Lo added: “Taking [a] FID on potential level of the bid, the peo- control of their shareholding due
1.0
Sapura Energy logged its largest the fields reaffirms Shell’s contin- ple said. If the approach is reject- to mounting debt.
single-day price gain since its listing ued commitment to developing the ed by the Fortis board, IHH will No final decisions have been
0.5
six years ago to finish a fifth higher Sarawak basin and securing a clean consider taking its offer directly made, and there’s no certainty
to 64.5 sen after it announced it was energy source for Malaysia’s future. to the Indian company’s share- IHH will proceed with a formal
proceeding with the development 0 With this, there have been 12 im- holders, according to the people. bid, the people said. A representa-
of the Gorek, Larak and Bakong gas March 20, 2017 April 11, 2018 portant gas discoveries in Sarawak Any offer would put IHH in tive for IHH declined to comment,
fields off Sarawak under phase one by Shell and its equity partners over competition with TPG-backed while a spokesman for Fortis said
of the SK408 production sharing con- the past five years.” Manipal Health Enterprises Pvt, he couldn’t immediately com-
tract (PSC). field development project are part Sapura Energy opened the morn- which on Tuesday unveiled a ment. — Bloomberg
The PSC follows a final invest- of the discoveries made by Sapura ing session at 55 sen but following
ment decision (FID) made after the E&P in its 2014 drilling campaign,” it the announcement surged 25.23%
fields development plan received
Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s approval.
said, adding that the fields will be de-
veloped as three separate well-head
or 13.5 sen to a peak of 67 sen, before
retracing to end the day at 64.5 sen,
EPF plans ‘one or two’ deals with
Concurrently, the key terms of the gas platforms tied back to the existing and enlarging its market capitalisa- foreign insurers in Malaysia
sales agreement for the gas fields’ de- Sarawak Shell-operated F6 process- tion to RM3.86 billion. SUHAIMI YUSUF
velopment have been agreed upon. ing facility. A total of 607.91 million shares BY C H O N G PO O I KO O N
In a Bursa Malaysia filing yester- “The SK408 gas fields will be Sapu- were traded compared with its 200-
day, the integrated oil and gas ser- ra E&P’s second major upstream gas day average trading volume of 54.03 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s
vices and solutions provider said it is development project in East Malaysia, million shares. It was the day’s most state-run pension fund will soon
proceeding with the project together after the successful development of active counter accounting for 13% of decide which one or two foreign
with Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd and and commencement of production Bursa’s total trading volume of more insurers it will do a deal with,
Sarawak Shell Bhd. at the SK310 B15 gas field,” it added. than four billion shares. Employees Provident Fund (EPF)
Sapura Energy said its whol- In a separate statement, Sapura Notwithstanding Sapura Energy’s chief executive officer Shahril
ly-owned subsidiary Sapura Explo- Energy president and group chief ex- impressive leap, its year-to-date per- Ridza Ridzuan (pic) said in
ration and Production (Sarawak) Inc ecutive officer Tan Sri Shahril Sham- formance remains negative, down Bloomberg Television interview.
(Sapura E&P) would be the develop- suddin said the FID represents a crit- 9.18% especially as it hit a historical Major foreign insurers have
ment and production operator of the ical milestone as the group further low of 41 sen last month amid mar- been knocking on the door of
Larak and Bakong fields, and Sarawak progresses towards unlocking the ket volatility. local institutional investors. Ac-
Shell, the development and produc- value of its gas fields, thus providing Over the past year, the stock has cording to Shahril, EPF is engaged
tion operator of the Gorek field. clear visibility of its long-term gas declined 68% from its closing of with multiple foreign insurers
“The fields under the SK408 gas monetisation plans. RM2.02 on April 10, 2017. which need to sell down stakes
in the local unit to comply with infrastructure and some export
shareholding rules. activities.
Most of EPF’s investments now Overall, EPF is shifting more

KL-Singapore HSR AssetCo tender are in sectors that are not driv-
en by political events and are
cash-flow driven, including core
money into sectors that are vol-
atility-proof amid trade tensions
globally.

attracts six potential bidders Public Bank to raise up to RM10b


KUALA LUMPUR: MyHSR Corp maintaining all rolling stock and and any potential bidder can still additional Tier 1 bonds
Sdn Bhd has attracted six potential rail assets, as well as coordinating submit its bid before end-June.
bidders for the Kuala Lumpur-Sin- the system's network capacity for On news that the opposition BY NE ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F bonds it will be issuing from time
gapore High-Speed Rail (KL-Singa- operations and maintenance needs. may cancel rail projects if it won to time under the programme
pore HSR) project's AssetsCo tender. "So far, six potential bidders have the upcoming 14th general election, KUALA LUMPUR: Public Bank will qualify as “additional Tier 1
Its chief executive officer Datuk registered and bought the tender he said as far as the HSR project is Bhd (PPB) is establishing an ad- Capital for the computation of
Mohd Nur Ismal Mohamed Kamal documents, but we cannot tell at concerned, Malaysia had signed a ditional Tier 1 Capital Securities the regulatory capital of PBB and
said the tender was launched in De- this time how many proposals we bilateral agreement with Singapore. programme with up to RM10 bil- PBB Group, in accordance with
cember last year, and bidders were expect to receive as there might be He said it is a legally-binding lion in nominal value. the Capital Adequacy Framework
expected to submit their proposals some mergers. agreement, therefore any cancella- PPB said in a statement yester- (Capital Components) issued by
by June this year. "But we are hoping all bidders tion or delay of such a project would day that Public Investment Bank Bank Negara Malaysia”.
Another six months will be need- will stay in the race and submit as spark compensation issues. Bhd (PIVB) has lodged with the PBB said the programme and
ed for evaluation, with the winners many proposals as possible, so we Hence, any such situation will Securities Commission Malaysia the additional Tier 1 bonds to be
to be announced by December, he can get the best value," Mohd Nur not benefit any party, he added. to establish the programme. PIVB issued under it will have a perpet-
told a press conference in conjunc- Ismal said. Mohd Nur Ismal said the mega has been appointed the principal ual tenure, and that RAM Rating
tion with the National Supply Chain He said the six bidders are con- project would give multifold bene- adviser/lead arranger/lead man- Services Bhd has assigned a rating
Conference on Rail Projects here sortiums from China, Japan, South fits and should not be aborted, as it ager in respect of the programme. of AA3 to the programme.
yesterday. Korea and European countries, as is expected to generate RM650 bil- PPB obtained approval from PBB shares closed unchanged
According to the MyHSR web- well as a group from Singapore and lion in gross national income over the central bank in March to es- at RM23.96 yesterday, giving it a
site, AssetsCo's responsibilities will another from Malaysia. 50 years and create 442,000 jobs. tablish the programme. market capitalisation of RM92.52
include building, financing and He noted the tender is still open — Bernama PPB said the additional Tier 1 billion.
6 HOME BUSINESS T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

BHIC eyes at least 10% EDITOR’S PICKS FROM


theedgemarkets.com

rise in FY18 net profit


Bursa Malaysia publicly reprimands
Harn Len Corp
BY E MIR Z A IN UL including the materiality of the
breach and upon completion
KUALA LUMPUR: Plantation of due process,” Bursa Malay-
company Harn Len Corp Bhd was sia said.
It is more cost-efficient after cleaning-up exercise publicly reprimanded by Bursa The regulator said a timely and
Malaysia Securities Bhd yester- accurate submission of financial
day for failing to account for ad- statements, to enable investors to
BY AHMAD NAQIB IDRIS & FAIZ HALIM company of BHIC. the group is not entirely giving justments in the group’s financial make informed investment deci-
BHIC managing director Tan up on the commercial segment. report for fourth quarter year sions, is one of the fundamental
KUALA LUMPUR: Boustead Heavy Sri Ahmad Ramli Mohd Nor said Currently, BHIC’s order book is ended Dec 31, 2016 (4QFY16). obligations of listed companies.
Industries Corp Bhd (BHIC), the group had not been doing well about RM6 billion, comprising the Bursa Malaysia, in a state- While Bursa Malaysia did not
geared for growth following its over the past six years or so due balance of RM5 billion to be deliv- ment, said Harn Len had failed find any Harn Len directors to
cost rationalisation exercise, to an overhang in the commer- ered from its associate Boustead to ensure that the report, released have caused or permitted the
hopes to see at least a 10% rise cial shipping segment and the Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd’s RM9 on Feb 24, 2017, took into ac- breach, it required the company
in its net profit for the financial payment of damages for several billion littoral combat ship con- count the adjustments subse- to review and ensure the adequa-
year ending Dec 31, 2018 (FY18). vessels. tract with RMN, and another RM1 quently announced. cy and effectiveness of its finan-
Its chairman Tan Sri Lodin Wok He said in 2009, a client or- billion of contracts under BHIC. The regulator noted that cial reporting function.
Kamaruddin said BHIC had done dered five tankers but did not The group is looking to fur- Harn Len had reported an un- “The limited review must be
much “cleaning up” to be more take delivery of them due to cer- ther expand its order book this audited loss attributable to the performed by the company’s ex-
cost-efficient, with the group un- tain reasons, with BHIC having to year and is eyeing to secure some company’s owners of RM2.29 ternal auditors for four quarter-
dertaking a mutual separation pay the damages for the vessels. works amid the RMN’s 15-to-5 million in its 4QFY16 report, ly reports commencing no later
scheme as well as relooking at its “In fact, until last year, we were transformation programme, compared with an audited loss from the quarterly report for the
procurement processes to mini- still paying those damages. That’s which will see a restructuring and attributable to the company’s financial period ending June 30,
mise costs. part of the reason why we are very streamlining of the armed forces. owners of RM8.34 million in the 2018,” it said.
“We even have an integrity di- prudent when dealing with com- Ahmad Ramli said the 10-year audited statements announced Harn Len was instructed by
rector to ensure there are no leak- mercial shipbuilding, because we programme, from 2020 to 2030, in- on April 28, 2017. The difference Bursa Malaysia to ensure all its
ages in procurement of materials don’t want to be hit again by the cludes requirements for 14 littoral of RM6.05 million represented directors and relevant personnel
and equipment for our ships. If we situation that we faced in 2009,” mission ships, six patrol vessels, a variance of 264%. attend a training programme on
remain focused and keep costs said Ahmad Ramli. two multirole support vessels and “The public reprimand was compliance with the LR pertain-
down at every level of operation, Lodin said orders for commer- 18 fast interceptor crafts. imposed pursuant to paragraph ing to financial statements.
I think we can achieve at least a cial vessels for the oil and gas “They will need new vessels for 16.19(1) of the Main Market List- Harn Len shares closed un-
10% [net profit] growth, if not bet- (O&G) segment have been slow the programme and we are hop- ing Requirements (LR) after tak- changed at 55 sen yesterday,
ter,” he said at a press conference over the past three to four years ing to secure some shipbuilding ing into consideration all facts with a market capitalisation of
yesterday, following the group’s due to a plunge in crude oil prices, contracts related to the 15-to-5 and circumstances of the matter RM95.271 million.
annual general meeting. adding that the margins for com- programme,” he said.
For FY17, BHIC’s net profit was mercial vessels are not attractive. Besides that, Ahmad Ramli said
RM10.58 million, down 86% from For now, the group is holding the group is pursuing contracts Cypark ties up with German firm
RM76.7 million in FY16. Revenue back from the commercial seg- with other armed forces including
fell 10% to RM277.65 million from ment and will focus on delivering the Maritime Enforcement Agen- on battery energy storage
RM307.52 million. its contracts with the Royal Ma- cy and the Royal Malaysia Police
The decline in performance laysia Navy (RMN) while building as well as expanding its reach BY E MIR Z A IN UL on the date of signing and will
was partly due to a RM147.7 its efficiency. regionally, without elaborating. remain effective for two years
million provision amid a dam- When the O&G industry turns BHIC rose six sen or 3.45% to KUALA LUMPUR: Cypark Re- and may be extended for a further
ages claim by the defence min- around, BHIC will be more pre- RM1.80 yesterday, with a mar- sources Bhd has tied up with Ger- period as may be agreed in writ-
istry from Boustead DCNS Naval pared to meet clients’ require- ket capitalisation of RM447.22 man-based 21st Century Clean En- ing by both parties,” Cypark said.
Corp Sdn Bhd, a joint-venture ments, said Lodin, adding that million. ergy GmbH & Co KG to collaborate The MoU entails cooperation in
in energy storage projects and to areas such as developing business
jointly expand business opportu- and marketing strategies for poten-
nities in renewable energy (RE) in tial customers for battery energy

Pace of industrial output Malaysia.


In a Bursa Malaysia filing
yesterday, Cypark said its whol-
storage projects in Malaysia, to
jointly explore relevant business
opportunities for vertical and hori-

expansion cools in February ly-owned subsidiary Cypark


RE Store Sdn Bhd had signed a
memorandum of understanding
zontal market expansion, collabo-
rate in feasibility studies to set up
RE facilities, and develop battery
(MoU) with 21st Century, the au- energy storage projects.
BY A M I R RI DZWA N Malaysia – Summary of Industrial Production Index thorised German battery storage The MoU will not have any fi-
system developer and Tesvolt nancial impact on Cypark which
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s In- AUG-17 SEP-17 OCT-17 NOV-17 DEC-17 JAN-18 FEB-18 agent for Malaysia, to formalise closed four sen or 1.65% higher to
dustrial Production Index (IPI) ex- IPI 133.2 133.1 136.7 134.8 137.7 134.6 124.0 the cooperation. RM2.47 yesterday, with a market
panded 3% year-on-year (y-o-y) in “The MoU comes into effect capitalisation of RM640.46 million.
YoY (%) 6.7 4.7 3.2 5.0 2.8 5.4 3.0
February 2018, although it came
in below market expectations of MoM (%) (0.2) (0.1) 2.7 (1.4) 2.2 (2.3) (7.9)
3.2% y-o-y.
The expansion pace was dragged
Source: MIDF Research
Datasonic proposes issuance of
down by these sectors — manufac- one-for-two free warrants
turing, down to 4.7% from January’s by the recent Business Tenden- ble threat to the estimate,” added
6.9%; mining, a contraction of 1.6% cy Index data, we believe the IPI MIDF Research. BY NE ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F Datasonic’s issued share cap-
compared to a 1.5% growth in Jan- growth will be between 3.5% and Nomura Global Markets Re- ital on April 2 stood at RM135
uary; and electricity, down to 2.8% 4.5% during 1H18,” it said in a re- search estimates the first quarter KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic million, comprising 1.35 billion
from January’s 4.3%. port yesterday. of 2018 (1Q18) gross domestic Group Bhd has proposed the shares.
IPI growth for January 2018 was However, the research firm pre- product (GDP) growth to track issuance of up to 675 free war- The group said if the warrants
revised upwards to 5.4% y-o-y from dicts the IPI performance will re- at 5.8% y-o-y, broadly flat from rants on the basis of one warrant are fully exercised, the gross pro-
3% y-o-y. bound in 2H18 within the trade 5.9% in 4Q17 and in line with its for every two shares held. In a ceeds will be RM681.75 million.
MIDF Research foresees the war tapering down, lesser market forecast. filing with Bursa Malaysia, the It said the proceeds will be
country’s production activity to uncertainties after the 14th general “This is consistent with our fore- group said the warrants would used to fund future working cap-
expand at a moderating pace for election and a continuous gradual cast for full-year 2018 GDP growth be issued on an entitlement date ital requirements, which may in-
the first half of 2018 (1H18) amid a rise in commodity prices. to a still-solid 5.5% from 5.9% in to be announced later. clude business development ac-
trade war threat and the declining “Hence, based on a solid uptrend 2017. As this should further re- The assumed exercise price tivities, project expenditures, and
trend in external trade. in trade activities and further steady duce the need for more rate hikes, of the warrant is RM1.01, rep- other operating expenditures.
“Despite the 4.2% y-o-y growth domestic consumption, we expect we continue to expect Bank Negara resenting a premium of 16.07% Datasonic’s share price closed
in the first two months of 2018, we IPI growth to hit 4.3% in 2018. Nev- Malaysia to leave its policy rate un- to the five-day volume weighted 2.5 sen or 2.81% higher at 91.5 sen
remain optimistic about the IPI ertheless, headwinds from global changed for the rest of this year,” it average market price of Datason- yesterday, with a market capital-
performance this year. As guided trade tensions could pose a possi- said in a note to clients. ic shares of 10 sen, as at April 2. isation of RM1.24 billion.
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HOME BUSINESS 7

Eduspec chairman

Businesses to bear RM600m Wee Hoe Soon


resigns after
seven months

wage bill with May 9 holiday BY E MIR Z A IN UL

KUALA LUMPUR: Eduspec Hold-


ings Bhd independent and non-ex-
ecutive chairman Datuk Wee Hoe
Soon @ Gooi Hoe Soon has re-
Besides, there is additional production loss — group signed after holding the position
for only seven months since Sep-
tember last year.
BY SA M A NTHA H O voters to exercise their right to vote off to cast their vote,” he added. Low acknowledged that “it can In a filing with Bursa Malaysia
in the 14th general election. Glove makers are also unlikely be a little inconvenient to working yesterday, Eduspec cited “personal
KUALA LUMPUR: RM600 million “This is not just any occasion; it’s to see production being badly af- individuals and particularly those reason due to other work commit-
is the estimated total daily wage only once in every five years,” Sham- fected due to the announced holi- who have to travel far to return to ment” as the reason Gooi, 58, is
bill in Malaysia and the price busi- suddin noted, urging employers to day, according to Malaysian Rubber their home state to vote. departing. On Sept 18, 2017, Gooi
nesses will have to bear following also accommodate employees who Glove Manufacturers Association “However, there is no definite was redesignated from independ-
the announcement of yet another may need more than a day to travel president Denis Low. telling when and what is a better ent director of the company to his
public holiday on May 9. back to their hometown to vote. “The industry has always prac- time to set the voting day,” Low current position, replacing Lim
“Those are just the wage costs. Shamsuddin’s views were ech- tised a schedule that operates 24/7 said, adding that the polling date Een Hong who was redesignated
The [additional] production loss is oed by industry players. regardless of whether it is a pub- as set by the Election Commission as chief executive officer (CEO).
tremendous,” Malaysian Employ- “There will be disruption [to fac- lic holiday, so there is no issue on has to be abided by. In 1999, Gooi joined the board
ers Federation executive director tory operations], but it is still man- productivity,” he said. Meanwhile, retailers at shop- of directors of Avenue Capital
Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan told ageable,” Federation of Malaysian However, a single day off may ping malls may be less affected by Resources Bhd and was later ap-
The Edge Financial Daily yes- Manufacturers (FMM) vice-pres- not suffice for employees who need the midweek polling date as com- pointed its group managing di-
terday. ident Jacob Lee told The Edge Fi- to travel long distance to go back pared to other businesses since rector in 2001 and subsequently
Even so, he said businesses will nancial Daily. to their hometown. larger crowds are typically seen its deputy chairman in 2004, a
be able to adapt to the additional Lee said members of the federa- “Even with a day off for voting on weekends. position he held until 2006.
public holiday and adjust their tion would prioritise their employ- on Wednesday, I’ve had staff asking “The impact on them will not He was also the CEO and exec-
operations because of the advance ees’ right to exercise their civic duty. if they could take leave on Tuesday be so substantial; it will be more utive director of dealing at Avenue
notice. “FMM encourages its mem- as they need to travel back to their operational than financial,” said Securities Sdn Bhd and an inde-
Yesterday, the Prime Minister’s bers to support the electoral pro- hometown,” lamented a director of Malaysia Shopping Malls Associa- pendent non-executive director
Office declared May 9 — a Wednes- cess by sticking to the require- a local consultancy, who declined tion founding member and adviser of Pos Malaysia Bhd from 2007 to
day — a public holiday to enable ments of giving employees time to be named. Richard Chan. 2013. In 2008, Gooi was appoint-
ed to the board of EON Bank Bhd
and was subsequently appointed
chairman in 2009 until May 2012.
Currently, he is a director of

Airports, airlines to gain from voters coming home AIA Bhd and Yinson Holdings
Bhd. He is also a director and
chairman of Perusahaan Sadur
Timah Malaysia (Perstima) Bhd
BY B I L LY TOH During GE13 quarter back in 2013 (2QFY13) much as four times the average ticket and a director and co-chairman
AIRASIA BHD 2QFY13 2QFY12 % YOY prices on normal days. of Hup Seng Industries Bhd.
KUALA LUMPUR: Airport oper- Revenue (RM’000) 1,246,256 1,181,561 5.48 For example, a one-way ticket
ator Malaysia Airports Holdings from Singapore to Penang is about
Net Operating profit/loss (RM’000) 148,834 122,583 21.41
Bhd (MAHB) is expected to see a RM600 to as high as RM760 on AirA-
Net profit/loss (RM’000) 58,348 153,133 -61.90
significant increase in the number
of passengers passing through the
sia on May 8.
Similarly, a one-way flight ticket
Tan Thian Poh is
39 airports it manages during the MALAYSIAN AIRLINE SYSTEM BHD
Revenue (RM’000)
2QFY13
3,594,343
2QFY12
3,216,666
% YOY
11.74
from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur is Asia Brands
election month of May. about RM120 to RM200 on normal
The surge in domestic flight move- Profit/Loss from operations (RM’000) 7,931 (101,918) NA days, while the ticket price on May chairman; Ng Chin
ments is also likely to drive airlines’
profitability for the second quarter
Net profit/loss (RM’000) (175,176) (348,678) 49.76 8 is about RM350 to RM630.
Meanwhile, one-way ticket on the
Huat becomes MD
of this year, according to analysts. MALAYSIA AIRPORTS HOLDINGS BHD 2QFY13 2QFY12 % YOY Singapore-Ipoh segment on FlyFire-
MIDF Research aviation ana- Revenue (RM’000) 978,156 807,816 21.09 Fly Sdn Bhd range from RM400 to BY ERIKA BENJAMIN
lyst Danial Razak told The Edge Fi- Operating profit/loss (RM’000) 135,964 135,022 0.70 RM700 on May 8, compared with its
nancial Daily that MAHB handled Net profit/loss (RM’000) 101,752 100,694 1.05 average of about RM189 to RM250 KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Brands Bhd
20.5% more passengers in May 2013 on other days. The fare is even high- non-independent and non-exec-
Source: Bursa Malaysia
compared with May 2012, which er than weekend flights of between utive chairman and substantial
the airport operator had attributed RM430 and RM500. shareholder Ng Chin Huat has
to additional capacity provided by Traffic at the KLIA Main Terminal financial performance in 2QFY18, According to FireFly chief execu- been redesignated as managing
many airlines and the 13th general grew by 25.9% year-on-year (y-o-y) given the election factor, as well tive officer (CEO) Ignatius Ong, the director (MD) of the retail compa-
election (GE13) movement. in May 2013, while the temporary as the seasonal factor as the Ai- turboprop operator’s fares are based ny, whose stable of fashion brands
He is expecting the same result low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) dilfitri festive season falls in June on demand and supply. includes Anakku and Audrey.
in the upcoming general election grew 18.3% y-o-y. this year. When contacted, a Malaysia Air- Ng, 48, was appointed to the
as well. This resulted in MAHB posting Rakuten Trade S dn Bhd lines Bhd spokesperson said there board on March 1, 2011.
On Tuesday, MAHB said it was improved performance in its sec- vice-president of research Vincent had not been any hike in the nation- In a filing with Bursa Malaysia
expecting the domestic trend to ond financial quarter ended June Lau concurred, saying the election al airline’s fares on any destinations yesterday, Asia Brands said Datuk
pick up momentum from April or 30, 2013 (2QFY13), with net profit factor will give both AirAsia and following the announcement of the Seri Tan Thian Poh, 62, will take
at the least by May based on high up 1.1% to RM101.8 million. MAHB a positive boost, especially polling date for GE14. over the chairman role.
prevailing load factors and airlines AirAsia Bhd also saw its net oper- in terms of their earnings. “As per standard airline prac- Tan is the founder and MD of
seat capacity filings for the northern ating profit jumping 21.4% y-o-y to “If you look at the increase in tice, each flight consists of different Siang Poh group of companies, a
summer season. RM148.8 million in 2QFY13, strip- airfares, there is definitely an in- fare classes. Typically, lower fares vertically integrated textile group.
Danial, however, pointed out that ping out foreign exchange losses and crease in demand for domestic would be taken up much earlier He is also the president of the
as the date of this year’s elections other gain from disposal at the time. flights which is a positive boost for than the planned travel date, leav- Malaysian Textile Manufacturers
fall on a Wednesday (May 9), the Similarly, Malaysian Airline Sys- airlines. While it’s possible that this ing the higher fares for last-minute Association since 2013 and was
growth in passenger traffic may not tem Bhd — which was still listed on year’s passenger traffic growth in buyers,” the spokesperson added. chairman of the Asean Federation
be as significant as in 2013, which Bursa Malaysia at the time — also May might not be as strong as in May The spokesperson said Malaysia of Textile Industries from 2015 to
fell on a Sunday. saw its operations turn profitable 2013 due to the midweek election Airlines will also be adding capaci- 2017. He serves as the adviser of
In May 2013, overall passenger in the same quarter under review, date, overall, it’s a net positive for ty on several domestic destinations the SME and human resource
movements at the Kuala Lumpur In- posting a profit from operations of airlines,” Lau added. and is looking to mount more flights development committee at the
ternational Airport (KLIA) in Sepang RM7.9 million compared to a loss A random check on the various to more cities to ensure that the sup- Associated Chinese Chambers of
registered a record growth of 22.3% from operations of RM101.9 million airlines’ website yesterday showed ply matches the demand during the Commerce and Industry of Ma-
to 3.9 million compared with May in 2QFY12. that one-way tickets for Malaysians GE period to support and encourage laysia. He is also a member of the
2012, above all previous monthly Danial said airlines such as flying from Singapore to Penang or Malaysian voters to travel back to industrial relations panel at the
performances. AirAsia are likely to record better Kuala Lumpur on May 8 could be their constituencies to vote. Malaysian Employers Federation.
8 HOME BUSINESS T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Pharmaniaga’s Indonesian Fitters appointed


pipe supplier
for Felda’s

business ‘doing very well’ RM58m Pahang


project
BY N E ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F

KUALA LUMPUR: A subsidiary of


Fitters Diversified Bhd has been
Group projects 18% revenue growth in the country for FY18 appointed the strategic suppli-
er of specialised pipes for Felda
Water Sdn Bhd’s RM57.9 million
BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR penditure which will be used to up- also step up its marketing of prod- project involving Orang Asli vil-
& A M I R RI DZWA N grade its machinery in Indonesia and ucts to the European Union (EU). lages in Pahang.
warehousing facilities in Malaysia. “We are also now aggressively The appointment of Molecor
PETALING JAYA: Pharmaniaga Bhd Managing director Datuk Farsh- registering our products in the EU (SEA) Sdn Bhd was made following
said its Indonesian business is “do- ila Emran said the group’s planned region. We have managed to reg- the inking of a collaborative memo-
ing very well” with its halal prod- halal vaccine plant is on track. ister two products so far. EU has a randum of understanding between
ucts gaining more traction amid the “There are currently no vaccine different set of standards but we are Molecor and Felda Water to explore
population growth and increasing plants in Malaysia. We are on the in compliance with that,” she said. and cooperate in the application
affluence in the country. right track to make sure that the facil- Pharmaniaga currently has more and use of HYPRO PVC-O pipes
Its chairman Tan Sri Lodin Wok ity is made available. We are current- than 200 products, with more than in water and wastewater projects
Kamaruddin said the group is fore- ly in the process of doing feasibility 60 of them halal-certified. in Malaysia and the region.
casting a revenue growth of up to studies. We expect to have our first According to its annual report, the Felda Water — a wholly-owned
18% this year from the Indonesian commercial batch by 2024,” Farshila group expects to receive halal certi- subsidiary of the Federal Land De-
operations. said, adding that the plant would be Lodin: Both of our operations there, fication for more than 150 pharma- velopment Authority (Felda) — was
“Both of our operations there, ready between 2020 and 2022. namely PT Errita Pharma and PT ceutical products by the end of 2019. awarded a contract by the energy,
namely PT Errita Pharma and PT She added that the site could be Millennium Pharmacon International While the group is focused on green technology and water ministry
Millennium Pharmacon Interna- in Seri Iskandar, Perak, or Sungai Tbk, were profitable last year. Photo by growing its non-concession busi- to install and commission approxi-
tional Tbk, were profitable last year,” Petani, Kedah, and not in Puchong, Mohd Izwan Mohd Nazam ness, Lodin said the concession mately 80km of main and distribu-
Lodin told reporters after the group’s Selangor, as earlier announced. segment will remain, and is con- tion pipelines to supply treated water
annual general meeting yesterday. In December 2017, Pharmania- fident it will be renewed. to 14 Orang Asli villages throughout
For the financial year ended Dec ga said it would be investing RM100 Malaysia’s National Immunisation The pharmaceutical group has a five districts in Pahang.
31, 2017 (FY17), Pharmaniaga’s million over three years to establish a Programmes while Hilleman Labs 10-year concession agreement with In a statement yesterday, Fit-
revenue grew 6% year-on-year to plant to manufacture halal vaccines. will provide vaccine know-how and the health ministry, which began ters said the project is expected to
RM2.3 billion, of which about 32% It signed a collaboration agree- technologies. on Dec 1, 2009. The concession contribute positively to the group’s
or RM734 million came from the ment with the Technology Deposi- Moving forward, Pharmaniaga enables the group to supply and performance for the financial year
Indonesian operations. tory Agency (TDA) and India-based also plans to continue reducing distribute pharmaceutical products ending Dec 31, 2018. “The busi-
“We are confident that Indo- Hilleman Laboratories. its dependency on its concession to medical institutions under the ness activities that will be carried
nesia will continue to do well and Under the collaboration, Phar- business, which contributes 49% to ministry via its logistics and distri- out under this cooperation are
contribute profits to the group in maniaga and TDA will work hand total earnings currently. It plans to bution division until 2019. expected to be a source of stable
the future,” said Lodin. in hand to coordinate the efforts in do this by having a better share in Pharmaniaga’s share price rose recurring revenue for Fitters.”
For FY18, Pharmaniaga is putting developing and manufacturing vac- the private sector. two sen or 0.48% to RM4.20 yesterday, Molecor and Felda Water will en-
aside RM75 million for capital ex- cines that can be incorporated into Farshila added that the group will with a market value of RM1.09 billion. ter into more binding agreements in
the future for the purpose of further
collaboration in respect of the MoU.
Fitters managing director Da-
tuk Richard Wong said Molecor’s

Construction of ECRL slightly ahead of schedule HYPRO pipes have higher impact
resistance and a longer lifespan of
up to 50 years, compared with the
30-year lifespan of conventional
BY A M I R RI DZWA N by regulator Land Public Transport ing steady progress in the state as as well as creating employment steel-based pipes. They are also
Commission (SPAD) under the seen by the land acquisition pro- opportunities for the Kelantanese. resistant to corrosion and natural
KUALA LUMPUR: The construc- ECRL Railway Scheme for Phase cess, building of base and satellite Therefore, we look forward to fully chemical substances, providing
tion of the high-impact East Coast 1 in June 2017. camps along the alignment, batch- operating this infra-rakyat project, superior structural strength and
Rail Link (ECRL) in Kelantan is pro- Darwis was optimistic that SPAD ing plants as well as access roads which is a catalyst for economic are lighter than conventional pipes,
gressing slightly ahead of schedule would soon give approval for Phase to the construction sites. equality between the west coast resulting in cost savings in han-
according to Malaysia Rail Link 2. “We are all geared up to facil- “Full-scale infrastructure works and the east coast of Peninsular dling as well as easier and faster
Sdn Bhd (MRL), which is optimistic itate preparatory works such as for Phase 1 in Kelantan would com- Malaysia by mid-2024.” installation. The pipes are manu-
about the economic spin-offs the land clearing, soil investigation and mence from April 2018 onwards factured at a RM120 million plant
connection will bring to the region. earthworks for the extended align- while Phase 2 is expected to follow See related story on Page 14 in Gebeng, Pahang under the East
In a statement yesterday, MRL ment from the Kelantan state capital suit in a matter of months. At such Coast Economic Region initiative.
chief executive officer Datuk Seri to the Thai border under Phase 2.” an accelerated pace, MRL is con- An estimated 80,000 jobs are ex- Wong said the MoU gives the
Darwis Abdul Razak said that out Multiple viaducts and bridges to- fident of the construction of both pected to be created by the project, company further traction to support
of 2,951 respondents in Kelantan, talling about 20km in length would phases of the ECRL in Kelantan which is also projected to raise the its roll-out of water and wastewater
79% of them endorsed the Kota be built in Kelantan to facilitate being completed simultaneously gross domestic product of Kelantan, infrastructure projects nationwide.
Baru-Wakaf Bharu-Pengkalan Ku- passenger trains and locomotives before 2024. Terengganu and Pahang by 1.5%. “We are proud that HYPRO
bor alignment during the recent to bypass flood areas and rivers. “The ECRL will be able to con- The ECRL’s ground-breaking PVC-O pipes have today been in-
three-month public inspection He said that MRL together with nect key industrial development ceremony was yesterday officiated stalled in a number of projects in-
for Phase 2 of the ECRL. the ECRL’s main contractor, China areas including Tok Bali and Kota by Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib cluding Sarawak, Sabah, Kedah,
The Kota Baru-Jelawat-Tok Bali Communications Construction Baru, hence providing greater mar- Razak at the Kota Baru station site Terengganu, Pahang, Kelantan, and
alignment was already approved Co Ltd (CCCC), have been mak- ket competitiveness for businesses in Bandar Baru Tunjong. Johor. These would be catalysts to
HYPRO PVC-O’s further acceptance
by industry players as a viable alter-
native for facilitating large-volume
water infrastructure, in line with
Suria Capital yet to finalise fundraising method to pay for land alienation the rapid economic development.”
Felda Water is primarily en-
BY ERIKA BENJAMIN to develop into an international announcement on Bursa once the On March 21, it further an- gaged in carrying out infrastructure
cruise terminal and related realty. fundraising proposal has been de- nounced that the company had ac- works in water treatment, drain-
KUALA LUMPUR: Suria Capital “The company is still evaluating termined,” it added. cepted the offer to alienate the land age and sewage, organic waste
Holdings Bhd, a company con- the most appropriate avenue for such On Sept 23, 2016, Suria an- by paying RM24.24 million to the treatment and industrial wastage,
trolled by the Sabah state govern- fundraising proposal which includes nounced that it intended to acquire Lands and Surveys Department, Sa- apart from developing complete
ment, said yesterday it has not final- equity such as a possible rights issue the land to develop the interna- bah, being the 50% premium payable. and comprehensive underground
ised the fundraising method for the with attached bonus shares and/or tional cruise terminal and related Suria shares closed up four water and drainage systems.
alienation of a 28.9-acre (11.7ha) debt issuance,” Suria said in a filing realty and that it will raise funds sen or 2.41% at RM1.70 yester- Fitters closed unchanged at
piece of land located at Kota Kina- with Bursa Malaysia yesterday. for the acquisition via a fundrais- day, with a market capitalisation 40.5 sen, giving it a market cap-
balu Port in Sabah, which it intends “[We] will make the necessary ing exercise. of RM484.15 million. italisation of RM173.75 million.
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HOME BUSINESS 9

‘Asia-Pacific
MQREIT confident of getting banks ready
for new
new tenants for lease renewals accounting
standards’
BY ERIKA BENJAMIN
Some 26% of its portfolio net lettable areas are available in 2H18 KUALA LUMPUR: Asia-Pacific
banks currently adopting new
BY L I M J I A TEN G 8.38 sen. Despite a lacklustre office accounting standards are well
space market, MQREIT’s portfolio placed to adopt a set of new
KUALA LUMPUR: MRCB-Quill Real is currently about 96.3% occupied. financial reporting standards
Estate Investment Trust (MQREIT), Saw (left) and The REIT is also actively looking that will affect almost all juris-
expecting about a quarter of its port- Yong at the for new acquisitions and is mostly dictions globally, according to
folio leases to be up for renewal by press conference considering commercial assets in an S&P Global Ratings report.
the second half of 2018 (2H18), is after the AGM the Klang Valley, said Yong. S&P’s “Asia-Pacific Banks
confident about getting new tenants yesterday. Photo According to Maybank Invest- Are Well Positioned To Adopt
to fill up any space vacated by exist- by Suhaimi ment Bank’s analysts, MQREIT is IFRS 9 Reporting Standards”
ing tenants, despite the prevailing Yusuf eyeing an office tower in Petaling report focuses on the revised
oversupply of office spaces. Jaya, part of the PJ Sentral Gar- impairment requirements like-
The ones up for renewal repre- den City development undertak- ly to lead to an increase in pro-
sent 26% of its total net lettable ar- en by one of the REIT’s sponsors, visioning, as they introduce
eas (NLAs). That’s some 572,000 sq the Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd a forward-looking “expected
ft of the REIT’s portfolio NLA of 2.2 are at desirable locations, mainly in oil and gas (O&G) sector pick up. (MRCB). However, Yong denies this. credit loss” impairment model
million sq ft. [KL] Sentral and Cyberjaya. Thus, “When oil prices recover to US$70 “At the moment, we have no ac- compared with the previous
“We are confident about being [we] can withstand the challenges (RM270.90) per barrel, hopefully tive negotiations with them (MRCB). IAS 39 “incurred loss” impair-
able to maintain our performance at better,” he added. there will be an increase in demand We know they (MRCB) have a build- ment model.
a ‘reasonable level’ despite the chal- MQREIT chief executive officer for office spaces from the O&G sec- ing at PJ Sentral still under develop- “IFRS 9 (International Fi-
lenges in the market,” said MQREIT Yong Su-Lin also said besides the tor,” he said. ment. Until the building is ready ... nancial Reporting Standards 9)
chairman Tan Sri Saw Choo Boon strategic location advantage which MQREIT posted a net property we have not looked into it,” she said. came into force for accounting
after its annual general meeting the REIT enjoys, the additional cost income of RM141.34 million for MQREIT units rose six sen or periods beginning on or after
(AGM) yesterday. of relocation will also be considered the financial year ended Dec 31, 5.94% to RM1.07 yesterday, giving Jan 1, 2018, and will affect al-
“We are aware of the challenges by tenants. 2017 (FY17), up 32% from RM107.15 the REIT a market capitalisation of most all banks in the Asia-Pa-
(concerning the oversupply of office Meanwhile, Saw sees recovering million a year earlier. The REIT’s RM1.15 billion. However, compared cific region,” the international
spaces), [but] we have a strong port- oil prices as a likely catalyst for office income distribution per unit de- with 12 months earlier, the stock is rating agency said in a state-
folio, and the majority of our assets space demand, as activities in the clared inched up to 8.39 sen from down some 12%. ment yesterday, noting the
region’s banks are currently
adopting IFRS 9 or its local
equivalent. However, Japanese
banks are an exception as they
SC urges illegal trading scheme victims Cathay Financial scraps plan to buy do not apply IFRS and contin-
to file claims for restitution Bank of Nova Scotia’s Malaysian unit ue to report under Japanese
GAAP, incorporating an ele-
ment of expected credit losses.
BY N EI LY SYA FI QA H EU SOFF agement activities without a licence. HONG KONG: Taiwan’s Cathay cial holding company to widen S&P noted that IFRS 9
Those who invested in a futures Financial Holding Co said yes- its reach in Southeast Asia. was developed in response
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities and equity trading scheme with Mohd terday two of its group firms had Cathay Financial at the time to criticism that the previous
Commission Malaysia (SC) urges Faizal between February and Decem- scrapped a plan to buy Bank of said the two sides had until April standard IAS 39 had led to the
those who invested in an illegal fu- ber 2015 should submit their claims to Nova Scotia’s Malaysian unit as 30 to agree on deal terms. delayed recognition of cred-
tures and equity trading scheme to the SC, together with necessary proof the deal could not close before Taiwan’s government has it losses by banks. “The new
file their claims for restitution. of investment, before 5pm on May 10. its deadline. been encouraging more invest- standard revises the require-
In a statement, the SC said the res- Following that, the SC will deter- Cathay Financial said last year ments in Southeast Asia, with ments for the classification
titution is initiated following admin- mine a rate of restitution based on its subsidiaries, Cathay United Taiwanese financial conglom- and measurement of financial
istrative sanctions imposed against available funds. As at Feb 7, it said Bank and Cathay Life, would buy erates seeking to diversify reve- instruments, the impairment
Mohd Faizal Jamaludin, who was RM157,634.97 in Mohd Faizal’s ac- the unit for US$225 million that nue for their competitive home of financial assets, and hedge
found to have carried out fund man- count had been secured for restitution. would have enabled the finan- market. — Reuters accounting.”
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P R O P E RT Y
SHARES in Asdion Bhd (fundamental: 0.75/3, tional, supply chain logistic and data services
valuation: 0/3) triggered our momentum al- businesses.
gorithm yesterday for the sixth time this year.
Asdion closed 2.5 sen or 10.87% higher at
25.5 sen, after 17.77 million shares were traded,
In its third financial quarter ended Dec 31,
2017 (3QFY18), Asdion narrowed its net loss
to RM380,000 from RM1.26 million a year ago,
Luxury homes taking longer
versus the counter’s 200-day average volume
of 1.32 million shares. The group’s market cap-
italisation stood at RM28.49 million.
on lower administration expenses.
Quarterly revenue, however, fell 60.5% to
RM851,000, from RM2.16 million in 3QFY17,
to sell, costing owners
Asdion is an MSC-status company that as the previous year benefited from the dispos-
provides integrated business and operations al of its loss-making IT business subsidiary, BY O S HRAT C ARM I E L & J E A N N A S MIA L E K
solutions, particularly to hospitality, recrea- which contributed RM2.53 million to its books. The extra time means
NEW YORK: Luxury homes are not selling lost money. When
ASDION BHD Valuation score* 0.00 as fast as they used to. And their owners
Fundamental score** 0.75 are paying a price for the slowness.
languishing homes
TTM P/E (x) - Last year, 72% of the most-expensive found buyers, they did
TTM PEG (x) - properties in the US took longer than 180 so for only 71% of
P/NAV (x) 2.58 days to sell, a sharp jump from 2015, when the original asking price.
59% of homes lingered for that long, ac-
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
cording to a report yesterday by Concierge
Market capitalisation (mil) 26.74 Auctions.
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 116.27 That extra time means lost money.
Beta 1.59 When those languishing homes found the same time, according to a new Inter-
12-month price range 0.12-0.40 buyers, they did so for only 71% of the national Monetary Fund (IMF) analysis.
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation original asking price. Owners that sold Growing integration of financial markets
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength in less than six months got 93% of what is a key reason.
& profitability they sought. Researchers took a look at 44 cities
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have “Every day a luxury property is on the and 40 advanced and emerging-market
market, it depreciates in value,” Concierge economies, and found that globally low
said in its report, which reviewed the 10 interest rates have helped to push up pric-
NEXGRAM HOLDINGS BHD (-ve) priciest completed transactions in 40 mar- es the world over.
kets across the country. What is more, institutional investors
SHARES in Nexgram Holdings Bhd (fun- Last month, the group inked a strategic Concierge, a luxury auction compa- have gotten more active in big-city real
damental: 0.4/3, valuation: 0.9/3) triggered cooperation framework agreement with a ny that promises to close deals within 90 estate as they seek higher returns, and
our momentum algorithm yesterday for the China-listed group to undertake operations days, has a vested interest in promoting wealthy individuals are buying up prop-
second time this year. in the field of communications cables. the need for speed. But the dollars lost erties as investments. Those two trends
The counter closed up 0.5 sen or 9.09% at The tie-up with Jiangsu Tongguang Elec- when a home sits unsold would make any are inflating price stickers in places like
six sen yesterday for a market capitalisation of tronic Wire & Cable Co Ltd would allow it owner take notice. New York and London simultaneously.
RM112.93 million, with 113.69 million shares to carry out all-round operations in radio In Miami, homes that spent more than “All of this suggests that house prices
traded, higher than its 200-day average vol- frequency coaxial cables, high-temperature 180 days on the market last year traded for are starting to behave more like the pric-
ume of 9.97 million shares. resistant wires and cables for aerospace, al- 68% of the original listed price, while in es of financial assets, such as stocks and
Nexgram is involved in telecommunica- uminium-alloy electrical cables, submarine Atlanta, it was 65%. In Westchester County, bonds, which are influenced by investors
tion software research and development, optical fibre cables and other optical cables, just north of New York City, those sellers elsewhere in the world,” IMF researchers
along with investment and technology ad- as well as power transmission lines. got 62% of what they sought. Claudio Raddatz Kiefer and Jane Dokko
visory services. Meanwhile, a report from New York wrote in a blog post on Tuesday, based
says home prices across the globe are in- on analysis in the fund’s Global Financial
NEXGRAM HOLDINGS BHD Valuation score* 0.90 creasingly moving in the same direction at Stability Report. — Bloomberg
Fundamental score** 0.40
TTM P/E (x) -
TTM PEG (x) -
P/NAV (x) 0.55 3D-printed public housing unveiled in France
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
Market capitalisation (mil) 103.44 BY FE Y I ADEG BI TE quently filled with concrete for insulation.
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 1,880.70 “Is this the future? It’s a solution and a
Beta 1.03 NANTES (France): Researchers have un- constructive principle that is interesting
12-month price range 0.03-0.06 veiled what they billed as the world’s first because we create the house directly on
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation 3D-printed house to serve as a home in site and in addition, thanks to the robot,
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength the French city of Nantes, with the first we are able to create walls with complex
& profitability tenants due to move in by June. shapes,” said Benoit Furet, a professor who
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have Academics at the University of Nantes worked on the project.
who led the project said it was the first The 95 sq m (1,000 sq ft), five-room
house built in situ for human habitation house will be allocated to a local family
NWP HOLDINGS BHD (+ve) using a robot 3D-printer. which qualifies for social housing, au-
The robot, known as BatiPrint3D, uses thorities said.
SHARES in NWP Holdings Bhd (fundamen- Last month, the group announced it had a special polymer material that should The Y-shaped home is equipped with
tal: 0.75/3; valuation: 0/3), which triggered inked a heads of agreement (HoA) with LBS keep the building insulated effectively multiple sensors that monitor air qual-
our momentum algorithm yesterday for the Bina Group Bhd to jointly undertake a de- for a century. ity, humidity and temperature, as well
sixth time this year, slid 0.5 sen or 1.82% to set- velopment related to the transformation of It took BatiPrint3D around 18 days to as equipment to evaluate and analyse
tle at 27 sen, giving it a market capitalisation the Zhuhai International Circuit in China, in complete its part of the work on the house the thermal properties of the building.
of RM105.91 million. A total of 24.35 million which LBS has a 60% stake. — creating hollow walls that were subse- — Reuters
shares were transacted, versus its 200-day av- Under the HoA, LBS will be taking up a
erage trading volume of 5.14 million shares. 73.7% stake in NWP for RM93.5 million. NWP
NWP is involved in the manufacturing and said that challenges in its existing wood-based
trading of timber products. It also provides
kiln-drying and timber treatment services.
business called for the proposed diversifica-
tion into property development.
Flipping Bangkok’s tallest for quick return
NWP HOLDINGS BHD Valuation score* 0.00 BY P E TE R V E RCO E filing didn’t give details on what they
Fundamental score** 0.75 invested in the project since the initial
TTM P/E (x) - SYDNEY: The irregular shape of the Ma- purchase.
TTM PEG (x) - haNakhon building isn’t the only striking Thailand’s Pace Development Corp
P/NAV (x) 2.38 feature of Bangkok’s tallest skyscraper. plans to sell assets from the development
Goldman Sachs Group Inc and a local to Thai billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprab-
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
affiliate of Apollo Global Management ha’s King Power International Group, and
Market capitalisation (mil) 107.87 LLC have made a quick return on their buy out Goldman and Apollo Asia Sprint
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 392.25 investment after selling their stakes in the Holding Co from the project, according to
Beta 0.90 75-storey tower for as much as US$320 the statement.
12-month price range 0.11-0.34 million (RM1.23 billion), according to a The 314-metre tall MahaNakhon was
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation statement late on Tuesday. That’s about opened last year and includes luxury res-
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength one-third more than the US$235 mil- idences, a Ritz Carlton hotel, restaurants
& profitability lion they paid just over a year ago. The and retail stores. — Bloomberg
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have
THU R S DAY A P R I L 1 2, 20 1 8 • T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S’ C A L L 11

Bursa profit growth New tariff framework seen


to drive MAHB profit
seen at 7.6% for FY18 Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd
(April 11, RM9.12)
Maintain sell with a target price
(TP) of RM8.61: The same trend
was repeated in March 2018 where
senger growth of 15.2% y-o-y to 2.7
million passengers in March 2018.
This was underpinned by the inter-
national and domestic segments
where both grew by 15.2% y-o-y.
the strong growth in passenger Cumulatively, 3M18 passenger
movement in the international growth moderated to 18.6% from
Bursa Malaysia Bhd Bursa Malaysia Bhd segment was partially offset by 20.5% in February 2018. We main-
(April 11, RM7.29) a decline in domestic passenger tain our growth projection of 10%
Maintain hold with a lower target FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016A 2017A 2018F 2019F 2020F movement, causing Malaysia Air- for 2018.
price (TP) of RM6.90: On Nov 27, Revenue 472.6 522.0 560.2 596.4 637.4 ports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to The key driver of MAHB’s
2017, Bursa Malaysia Bhd proposed Operating Ebitda 294.7 330.2 357.6 382.3 411.1
be stuck with low growth (less share price performance in the
a one-for-two bonus issue to issue than 5%) for the past five months. second half of 2018 hinges largely
Net profit 193.6 223.0 239.9 258.0 279.0
up to a total of 269.8 million new MAHB’s March 2018 operating on the outcome of the new tar-
shares. The bonus issue went ex Core EPS (RM) 0.24 0.28 0.30 0.32 0.35 data indicates that the total pas- iff framework and regulations,
on Tuesday. Bursa stated that the Core EPS growth (%) (2.9) 14.7 7.5 7.5 8.1 senger movement increased by 4% which will be implemented grad-
rationale for the bonus issue is to FD Core P/E (x) 28.91 25.20 23.45 21.83 20.19 year-on-year (y-o-y) to 8.6 million ually starting 2019. The central
increase the liquidity of its shares DPS (RM) 0.23 0.36 0.28 0.30 0.31 passengers in March 2018, led by a focus would be on: i) what are the
in the market and provide oppor- Dividend yield (%) 3.24 5.10 4.05 4.35 4.46 11.9% growth in the international qualifying capital expenditure
tunities for greater participation EV/Ebitda (x) 12.90 12.30 11.52 10.91 10.22
segment, which offset a 3.5% y-o-y and operational expenditure to
by investors. decline in the domestic segment. regulated asset base calculation;
P/FCFE (x) 38.87 17.20 13.56 18.55 15.21
We cut our financial year 2018 The commendable growth in the ii) what is the implication on user
(FY18) to FY20 earnings per share Net gearing (%) (204) (182) (172) (163) (153) international segment came main- fee charges (or government’s
(EPS) forecasts by around 33% as we P/BV (x) 6.47 6.61 6.47 6.30 6.05 ly from both the Asean (+10.5% share of revenue); iii) regulato-
increase our assumed share base ROE (%) 23.2 25.9 27.9 29.2 30.6 y-o-y) and non-Asean sectors ry cycle (three or five years) for
from 536.2 million to 806 million Change in core (+13.1% y-o-y). each passenger service charge
to factor in the 269.8 million new EPS estimates (%) (33.4) (33.5) (33.5) Cumulatively, three months adjustment; iv) airport service
shares to be issued under the bonus CIMB/consensus EPS (x) 0.68 0.71 0.75
of 2018 (3M18) passenger move- quality and its effects on tariff;
issue. This also lowers our TP from ment expanded marginally to and v) the impact of all the above
Sources: CIMB Research, company reports
RM10.40 to RM6.90, which is still 3.4% from 3% a month ago. Ac- on MAHB’s capital structure and
pegged at a target FY19 price-earn- cording to the announcement, dividend policy.
ings ratio of 21.5 times, derived given the strong economic data facilitative trading environment; despite the overall credible av- We are of the opinion that the
from one standard deviation above and strengthening of the ringgit. facilitating tradable alternatives; erage load factor of 75.6% for new framework would drive op-
the five-year average. However, the trading volatility reshaping market structure and the domestic sector, there was a erating efficiency, thus benefiting
We are forecasting net profit may be influenced by domestic framework; and achieving the sta- significant reduction in domes- MAHB’s future earnings. How-
growth of 7.6% in FY18. This is be- and external factors, including tus of regional marketplace with tic aircraft movement by some ever, a supernormal growth in
low the net profit growth of 15.2% the geopolitical developments global access. domestic airlines. AirAsia did future earnings is highly unlikely
in FY17, as we expect a narrower and the tightening of monetary The bonus issue does not alter contribute to an increase in seat as the group’s bottom line would
expansion in equity income. FY18 policies in major economies. For the valuation of Bursa and our capacity for the domestic sec- be “regulated”. Earnings forecast
net profit could be underpinned the derivative market, the volatil- rating for the stock. We retain tor but less than adequate to is maintained.
by the projected 7.3% rise in total ity in commodity prices and the our “hold” call on Bursa due to cover the reductions from oth- We continue to believe MAHB
operating revenue (versus +9.9% in underlying equity market could the expected slowdown in equity er airlines. Overall, we consid- is trading at an expensive forward
FY17). We are forecasting a slower continue to affect the hedging income growth in FY18. Potential er first-quarter of 2018 (1Q18) price-earnings ratio of 56 times,
5.3% increase in FY18 equity in- and trading activities of the crude upside/downside risks to our call passenger traffic within expec- given its small earnings base and
come (+21.9% in FY17), as we do palm oil and index futures con- are a pickup/decline in the trad- tations and thus maintain our tiny dividend yield. Maintain “sell”
not expect FY17’s robust perfor- tracts, as stated by Bursa. ing values of the equity and de- 2018 growth assumption of 3% on MAHB with unchanged dis-
mance of the equity market to be We believe Bursa will continue rivatives markets. We prefer RHB versus management guidance counted cash flow valuation of
repeated in FY18. to focus on the following strategic Bank for exposure to Malaysia’s of 6.3%. RM8.61 per share, based on a dis-
In 2018, Bursa expects the eq- focuses for the development of the equity market. — CGSCIMB Re- Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Inter- count rate of 10.7%. — TA Securi-
uity market to remain resilient, capital markets: creating a more search, April 10 national Airport recorded a pas- ties Research, April 11

US-China trade spat may lead to higher Chinese demand for palm oil
Maintain neutral: Inventories fell Plantation sector
6.2% month-on-month (m-o-m) DIVIDEND
(+49.6% year-on-year [y-o-y] in PRICE (RM) MKT CAP EPS (SEN) EPS GROWTH (%) PER (X) P/B (X) ROE (%) YIELD (%)
March to 2.32 million tonnes ver- COMPANY @ APRIL 10 (RM MIL) 2018F 2019F 2018F 2019F 2018F 2019F 2018F 2019F 2018F 2019F 2018F 2019F
sus consensus estimates of 2.28 Felda Global Ventures** 1.90 6,931.6 3.8 4.3 13.0 13.1 50.0 44.2 1.1 1.1 3.5 3.9 2.6 2.6
million tonnes. Despite seeing a Genting Plantations 10.00 7,933.0 48.7 49.0 19.3 0.7 20.5 20.4 1.6 1.5 7.6 7.2 1.5 1.5
strong rebound in production after IOI Corp 4.74 29,806.1 17.3 17.8 6.8 2.9 27.4 26.6 4.3 4.0 13.6 13.1 1.9 1.9
dropping for four straight months, KL Kepong 25.58 27,242.7 111.2 112.5 15.6 1.2 23.0 22.7 2.3 2.2 9.5 9.3 2.0 2.0
exports grew at a larger pace. Stock- Sime Darby Plantations 5.80 38,531.7 18.9 19.6 14.5 3.7 30.7 29.6 2.5 2.4 8.4 8.3 1.7 1.7
to-usage ratio slipped from 13.9%
to 10.9%. Ta Ann 3.28 1,458.3 29.5 30.9 9.7 4.7 11.1 10.6 1.0 0.9 9.2 9.0 3.1 3.3
Crude palm oil (CPO) exports TSH Resources 1.38 1,870.9 8.3 8.6 10.6 4.1 16.6 16.0 1.2 1.1 6.7 6.6 1.3 1.4
recovered with a gain of 19.2% **Is currently under temporary coverage suspension
m-o-m (+23.7% y-o-y) to 1.56 mil- Source: Public Invest Research estimate

lion tonnes after dropping 13.3%


in the previous month. All major and 13%, respectively. Going for- the high production season.
consuming countries contribut- ward, we expect to see fresh fruit We see a favourable outcome
ed to stronger exports except the bunch (FFB) production increasing for palm oil arising from the recent
European Union (-46.2%) as most in the coming months after hitting US-China trade spat. Recent de-
buyers locked in orders ahead of the the lowest level in February. mand for soybean has eased sub-
Ramadan celebrations and before For the first 10 days of April 2018, stantially due to retaliation by Chi-
the expiry of export duty waivers Malaysia’s CPO exports jumped na with the slapping of 25% tariffs
by the end of this month. 25.6% m-o-m, according to Inter- on soybean. We think Malaysian
March CPO production rose tek. Average March CPO price was palm oil exporters could benefit
17.2% m-o-m to 1.57 million tonnes marginally lower at RM2,432 per as Chinese buyers might switch
after dropping for four straight tonne, though falling a more pro- their demand from soybean oil to
months. Both Peninsular Malaysia nounced 17.5% y-o-y. A rise in ex- the closest vegetable oil substitute,
and Sabah and Sarawak registered ports is crucial at this point as oil palm oil. — PublicInvest Research,
strong production growth, up 21% palm trees will soon be entering April 11
12 B R O K E R S’ C A L L T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

UMW consolidating
Book voucher distribution change
seen to impact Sasbadi profit
Sasbadi Holdings Bhd that earnings will continue be

position in Perodua?
(April 11, 40.5 sen) negatively affected by the change
Upgrade to buy with a target in government book voucher dis-
price (TP) of 47 sen: Sasbadi tribution to 1Malaysia Student
Holdings Bhd announced that it Discount Card. Bearing this in
had received a letter of accept- mind, we take this opportunity
ance (LoA) from the ministry to cut our FY18 to FY20 earnings
of education (MoE) to publish assumption by 5.9% to 6.9% re-
and print Form Three national spectively as we adjust for lower
UMW Holdings Bhd UMW Holdings Bhd school textbooks for the subjects book sales.
(Feb 11, RM6.18) of science (RM4.8 million) and Given the earnings cut, our TP
Maintain buy with an unchanged FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017 2018F 2019F Mandarin (RM1 million). Both has been reduced from 50 sen to
target price (TP) of RM7.11: Med- Revenue 14,419.8 10,965.1 11,046.5 10,013.6 11,121.3 contracts (RM5.8 million) will 47 sen based on an unchanged
bumikar had reportedly “sighted” Ebit 134.9 (2,202.8) 120.4 650.6 936.1 commence from April 10, 2018 12 times price-earnings ratio
a letter from Perodua’s Japanese Pre-tax profit 265.6 (2,153.8) 252.9 659.1 1,052.9
and end on Dec 31, 2020. Sas- (PER) mean tagged to calen-
shareholders (that is Daihatsu Mo- badi will be delivering its first dar year 2019 (CY19) earnings.
Core net profit 338.0 (401.8) 163.8 370.3 578.7
tor Corp and Mitsui) stating that portion of textbooks in the first Nonetheless, we note that Sas-
they are not in favour of a single FD EPS (sen) 28.9 (34.4) 14.0 31.7 47.5 quarter of financial year 2019 badi’s share price has fallen 36%
party having a controlling stake in EPS growth (%) (59.6) N/A N/A 126.1 56.3 (1QFY19) and 2QFY19 worth YTD. This brings CY19 forecast
Perodua. Existing shareholders in PER (x) 21.5 N/A 44.4 19.6 13.1 approximately RM5.2 million. PER down to just 9.6 times.
Perodua have the first right of refusal Net dividend (sen) 20.0 0.0 0.0 15.8 24.8 The remainder of the contract We view this as a re-entry
in the event existing shareholders Net dividend yield (%) 3.2 0.0 0.0 2.5 4.0 sum will flow into FY20. opportunity, given the growth
intend to sell a stake. Sources: Company, MIDF
Together with the earlier potential from i-Learn Ace and
However, shareholding for the three contracts won in April 2017 advance augmented reality ed-
Malaysian side essentially involves (worth RM6.5 million), Sasba- ucational products. Given the
PNB holding 10% via PNB Equity block, going by consensus reaction di’s FY18 year-to-date (YTD) share price decline, coupled with
Resource and another 38% via 58% It is reported that to the deal when it was announced. total wins amounts to RM12.3 our rather conservative earnings
subsidiary, UMW Holdings (UWM); Medbumikar is still To recap, the RM2.56 per share of- million, an improvement com- forecast, we feel there is now
and MBM Resources’s (MBM) di- fer valued MBM at just eight times pared to the RM11.1 million se- sufficient buffer to warrant an
rect 20% stake and another 5% via
open to negotiations, financial year 2019 earnings, 30% cured in FY17 upgrade in our rating to “buy”
51% subsidiary Daihatsu Malay- provided there is a discount to book value and is 17% However, despite the higher (from “hold”). — Hong Leong In-
sia Sdn Bhd. It is quite difficult to higher offer. below our top-end of consensus TP contract wins this year, we opine vestment Bank Research, April 11
avoid one party essentially having of RM3.10 per share.
a controlling stake if a sale is to be However, it is reported that Med-
passed around, essentially, between bumikar is still open to negotiations, Sasbadi Holdings Bhd
two parties. We read this as the Jap- provided there is a higher offer.
anese partners’ preference for a is split among six families, where Reaffirm “buy” on UMW (TP: FYE AUG (RM MIL) 2016 2017 2018F 2019F 2020F
status quo on the existing share- two are agreeable to the deal with RM7.11 per share). Our sum-of- Revenue 92.7 93.1 96.7 101.2 108.5
holding. It is uncertain if UMW has UMW. Based on the chain of events parts and forecasts factor in strictly Ebitda 26.9 17.7 24.0 26.6 29.4
approached Daihatsu Motors and at MBM in recent years, we note that only the 10% Perodua stake acqui- Ebit 22.9 13.2 21.2 23.8 26.1
Mitsui to convince these partners Looi Kok Loon and Wong Fay Lee sition from PNB Equity Resource as
on its move to consolidate its po- (of two different families in Med- this looks like the only firm deal at Finance cost (1.0) (1.9) (3.1) (3.1) (3.1)
sition in Perodua, but UMW in its bumikar) both left MBM within the this point. There is further potential Profit before tax 22.2 11.5 18.3 20.8 23.1
announcements had stated its in- same year in 2017, suggesting pos- upside if Medbumikar eventually Tax (5.1) (3.5) (4.4) (5.0) (5.6)
tention to do so. sible conflicts of these two families accepts the offer and UMW pro- Net profit 17.1 8.0 13.9 15.8 17.6
It was also reported that Mara with Medbumikar shareholders. ceeds with its takeover of MBM, Minority interest (0.4) 0.0 - - -
(the largest shareholder in Med- To recap, Medbumikar has re- (depending on the offer price and Reported Patami 16.7 8.0 13.9 15.8 17.6
bumikar with a 33% stake) is agree- jected UMW’s inital offer to take how it is financed) though obvious- Exceptionals (6.1) 0.9 - - -
able to the sale of Medbumikar’s out its 50.07% block in MBM Re- ly, there is no certainty yet of this
stake in MBM. However, the rest of sources. Poor valuations for the offer at this juncture. — MIDF Research, Core Patami 10.6 8.9 13.9 15.8 17.6
the shareholding in Medbumikar could have been the main stumbling April 11 Source: Hong Leong Investment Bank Research

Power Root dividend yields expected to remain solid


Power Root Bhd domestic earnings, management Power Root Bhd rex and commodity prices during
(April 11, RM1.39) mentioned resolving operational the year. Further, new ventures may
Maintain outperform with a target lapses, which may improve margins. FYE MARCH (RM MIL) 2017A 2018E 2019E not significantly impact the group
price (TP) of RM1.65: Following a Against soft consumer sentiment, Turnover 399.7 443.7 471.3 in the short-term due to their ges-
meeting with the new group man- management’s review of the existing Ebit 53.9 23.9 41.5 tation phases.
aging director (MD), we are positive domestic operating landscape also Our new TP is derived from a low-
PBT 54.8 24.8 41.9
on the stock’s longer-term outlook. identified various room for improve- er 15 times FY19 estimate price-earn-
Rationalisation of operational costs ments. This includes reducing pro- Net profit 47.2 23.1 36.6 ings ratio (PER) (from 18 times, pre-
is in place, but may only be reflec- duction wastage, rationalising pro- Core Patmi 36.4 28.7 35.2 viously) as we adjust for the recent
tive in the medium term. However, motional expenditure and analysing Core EPS (sen) 11.5 9.1 11.1 market-wide derating of small- cap
near-term boon from lower average non-performing sales arrangements. Core EPS growth (%) -30.9 -21.3 22.7 stocks. As of end-December 2017,
commodity prices could ease pro- While the above is likely to bring NDPS (sen) 11.5 10.0 12.0 the FBM Small Cap Index traded at
duction costs. better bottom-line contributions NTA per share (RM) 0.79 0.76 0.76 about 16 times forward (fwd) PER
Recall that in the nine-month to the group, we believe they may but declined towards about 12 times
Price to NTA (x) 1.8 1.9 1.9
2018 (9MFY18) results, export sales only generate results in the medi- as of end-March 2018.
registered at RM174.3 million (+29% um-term, following a period of im- PER (x) 12.5 15.9 12.9 On the other hand, the FBM KLCI
year-on-year [y-o-y]), while local plementation. Debt-to-Equity ratio (x) (0.2) (0.2) (0.1) was only slightly dented from 16.9
sales closed at RM169.7 million In the last several quarters, we Return on asset (%) 12.7 6.3 10.1 times to 16.6 times fwd PER during
(-2% y-o-y). While export numbers reckoned high average costs for key Return on equity (%) 17.8 9.0 14.6 the same periods. While the applied
were boosted by stronger reception, materials (that is coffee) led to the Net dividend yield (%) 8.0 6.9 8.3 valuations are at par with the stock’s
particularly in the Middle East and drag down of profits. This was due to Source: Kenanga Research
-1SD (standard deviation) over its
North Africa (Mena) region, domes- the unfavourable hedging positions three-year average fwd PER, we be-
tic sales could have been dampened during times when droughts insti- lieve there is still value in the stock
by greater local competition and gated a surge in global coffee prices. group MD. Growth strategies to ex- allowances to enhance sales strate- as dividend yields are expected to
weaker consumption habits. While We anticipate lower production costs pand the group’s domestic position gies. Nonetheless, we maintain our remain solid at 6.9% and 8.3% for
management did not express any in- to be factored in from financial year are timely as we believe export gains earnings assumptions for FY18 in FY18 and FY19. Risks to our call in-
tention to revamp existing product 2019 (FY19), following the lapse of could be hampered with the recov- anticipation of a weak fourth quar- clude lower-than-expected domestic
formulations, adopting a strategic these positions coupled with better ery of the ringgit. Further, reviews ter (4QFY18), following the lack of and export sales, prolonged expo-
focus on new markets (that is Kopi domestic currency. for operational improvements are seasonality factors. We also leave our sure to high commodity prices, and
O) may present opportunities to Post-meeting, we are reassured at the right direction as margin ex- FY19 estimate numbers unchanged lower-than-expected dividend pay-
grow domestic contributions. On by the direction painted by the new pansion could translate into further as we have accounted for lower fo- ments. — Kenanga Research, April 11
THU R S DAY A P R I L 1 2, 20 1 8 • T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
H O M E 13

Govt declares polling


PPBM fails
Suhakam to to challenge
monitor polls RoS’ decision

day a public holiday


to ensure to temporarily
free and fair dissolve party
process KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Pribumi
Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) failed
KUALA LUMPUR: As the coun- to obtain leave yesterday for a
try prepares for the 14th gener-
al election (GE14), the Human
This is for citizens to exercise their responsibility as voters judicial review of the Registrar
of Societies’ (RoS) decision to
Rights Commission of Malaysia temporarily dissolve the party.
(Suhakam) has stressed the BY ADAM AZIZ would have to declare the date a really far away [from their con- Earlier, High Court Judge Da-
importance of ensuring the public holiday based on their re- stituencies],” added Annuar, who tuk Wira Kamaludin Md Said al-
election process’ integrity is KUALA LUMPUR: The government spective state holidays ordinance, is largely expected to contest for lowed the preliminary objection
upheld, and that it is genuinely has declared May 9, the polling Bernama reported. Barisan Nasional in the Ketereh raised by senior federal counsel
free and fair. day for the 14th general election In Kota Baru, Umno information parliamentary seat. Suzana Atan and Maisarah Juhari,
Viewing GE14 as a water- (GE14), a national public holiday. chief Tan Sri Annuar Musa said the Malaysia had three GEs with acting for the RoS director-gen-
shed for Malaysian democ- The Prime Minister’s Office said EC’s decision to set the polling date polling held on weekdays: April eral Surayati Ibrahim, against
racy that will significantly this would enable citizens to exer- on a weekday is not expected to 22 to April 25, 1982 (Thursday to the application filed by PPBM
shape the country’s future, cise their responsibility as voters affect voter turnout. Monday), April 24 and April 25, through its secretary-general Da-
Suhakam said it would moni- following the Election Commis- “I think there will be no effect 1995 (Monday and Tuesday), and tuk Dr Shahruddin Md Salleh.
tor developments so that cit- sion’s (EC) announcement of the on voters ... The Malaysian elec- Nov 25, 1999 (Monday) — de- He then ruled that the appli-
izens’ rights to political par- date for polling, Bernama reported. tion history would show we have clared a public holiday by then cation to challenge the notice
ticipation are protected. “The declaration on the public had elections on all days except for prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir issued by the respondent to
The commission noted that holiday is made based on Section Friday,” Annuar told reporters dur- Mohamad. the party under Section 14(2)
questions had been raised 8 of the Public Holidays Act 1951 ing a visit by Prime Minister Datuk In the 1999 GE, the average vot- of the Societies Act 1966 had
about the Election Commis- for Peninsular Malaysia and the Seri Najib Razak here yesterday. er turnout was 69.3%. In the 1995 become academic.
sion (EC) and the mainstream Labuan Federal Territory,” it said “Secondly, the polling process elections, voter turnout was 68.3%. The application, said the
media’s conduct in election-re- in a statement. only takes a while. Only voters Voter turnout when the elections judge, could be considered
lated matters. For Sabah and Sarawak, it said, from out of town would be slight- were held during weekends ranged alive only if the applicant had
“Because of public con- the respective state governments ly affected [and only] if they are from 72.3% in 1990 to 84.8% in 2013. not been able to comply with the
cern over the present elec- notice because it was not given
toral process’ integrity, Su- enough time or there was an
hakam’s overarching aim is issue in backdating the notice.
to help promote transparent
and democratic elections with
integrity,” Suhakam chairman
Bersih 2.0 records 48 polls offences, The applicant was
Tan Sri Razali Ismail said in a
statement.
The commission will also
opens monitoring centre not left without
remedy and could
vigilantly observe actions that still appeal.
amount to vote-buying and BY SANGEETHA AM ARTHALI NG AM
will not hesitate to investigate
and follow up on complaints, KUALA LUMPUR: Election watch-
it said. dog coalition Bersih 2.0 has record- “There is no issue because
“The degree to which the ed 48 offences to date relating to there was compliance to the
country’s Election Commission the 14th general election (GE14). Section 14(2) Notice within
demonstrates its independ- The violations involve 11 issues time,” he said.
ence, credibility, integrity and covering the offer of treats and gifts, The judge further said since
transparency can determine undue government handouts and the notice was no more an issue
if elections are free and fair,” inducements, the use of government or academic, the challenge, if any,
Razali said. machinery for electioneering, public must be against the provisional
Sections of the public have institutions’ biased behaviours, ir- order issued by the respondent
questioned the EC’s independ- regularities in the electoral roll and (Surayati) under Section 14(5).
ence and integrity and whether the presence of phantom voters, ex- “The applicant may argue that
it is totally and manifestly im- ploitation of racial issues for political the Section 14(5) provisional or-
partial, he noted. advantage, and political violence, der was wrongly issued by the
“Suhakam accepts the le- intimidation and harrassment. respondent because this section
gitimacy of these questions Of the 48 offences, two were al- has been wrongly interpreted. It
and understands the declin- legedly carried out by Pakatan Hara- does not apply because the ap-
ing public confidence in the EC pan party leaders, including undue plicant has furnished particulars
as the redelineation of electoral government handouts and induce- A pedestrian crossing a road junction in Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur where flags of as required under the Section
boundaries is widely seen to be ments, and the use of government the Barisan Nasional logo are seen as the nation prepares for the 14th general election. 14(2) Notice.
unfair, biased and dispropor- machinery, the coalition said. Photo by Bernama “Therefore, in my opinion,
tionate,” said Razali. In a joint statement with with this is a separate issue requir-
The commission has also Suara Rakyat Malaysia and Pusat ing [a] different application to
observed with dismay that Komunikasi Masyarakat, Bersih 2.0 tive focusing on the 11 issues. It will tion would be taken if necessary,” challenge the legality of the
the mainstream media did said it had launched the Peman- track the behaviours of the Election the statement said. respondent’s decision to issue
not provide all political par- tau operations centre to monitor Commission, political parties and The group said Pemantau con- the Provisional Order under
ties with equal access to the cheating cases and offences taking candidates throughout the general sists of 100 coordinators that were Section 14(5),” he added.
media. place during GE14. election. Any wrongdoing or cheat- set to start work nationwide yester- Nevertheless, Kamaludin said
Noticing the rise in hate “Pemantau is a peoples’ initia- ing would be reported and legal ac- day, supported by 500 volunteers. the applicant was not left without
speech, it appealed to politi- remedy and could still appeal
cians to refrain from racially under Section 18 of the act, or
charged speeches during the on special circumstances (when
election period, saying that
could shamefully character- PH to reveal candidates after meeting on April 25 there was no minister) could file
a judicial review application to
ise Malaysian politics. challenge the respondent’s Sec-
Suhakam’s observations PERMATANG PAUH: The oppo- “I am still reviewing the lists in Selangor, Wan Azizah said she tion 14(5) decision.
and monitoring will also in- sition alliance, Pakatan Harapan of candidates who will contest in had yet to decide on the matter. Dismissing the case with-
clude issues concerning polit- (PH), will announce its candidates GE14 in terms of their qualities,” “Our screening committee will out costs, the judge said the
ical financing, commitments for the 14th general election (GE14) she told reporters after attend- determine the candidates fit to applicant still had time to file
made and limits to the use of after its leadership meeting on April ing the state government assis- contest ... wait until the meeting an appeal.
government structures and 25 in Kuala Lumpur. tance presentation ceremony with on April 25,” she said, adding that Lawyer Rosli Dahlan, repre-
vehicles during the caretak- Its president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan all PH candidates would not be senting PPBM, said the party
er government period, the Azizah Wan Ismail said the meet- Eng here yesterday. screened by the Malaysian An- would file an appeal over yes-
statement said. ing would also be attended by all On Penanti assemblyman Dr ti-Corruption Commission. — terday’s decision as well as file
prospective candidates for GE14. Norlela Ariffin’s refusal to contest Bernama a fresh application. — Bernama
14 H O M E T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Najib: ECRL will bring BN economic,


social policies
are fine, but it

major changes must respect


rights — Ideas
BY A MIR R IDZ WA N

KUALA LUMPUR: The econom-


It proves government ready to bring changes to the East Coast ic policies proposed by Barisan
Nasional (BN) in its manifes-
to get the thumbs up from the
KOTA BARU: The East Coast Rail- very significant one word chang- in June 2024. Najib said that at the peak of Institute for Democracy and
way Line (ECRL) project proves es,” he said at the groundbreaking Najib said in the context of the project 80,000 job opportuni- Economic Affairs (Ideas) but
the government’s determination ceremony for the ECRL project at Kelantan, the existence of the ECRL ties would be directly or indirectly the coalition loses points for
to undertake major changes in the Tunjong in Kelantan yesterday. would speed up travelling time, created with 70% of the total for the suppression of civil liberties.
east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, The RM55 billion ECRL pro- especially from Kota Baru to Kuala Malaysians. The economic policies pro-
said Datuk Seri Najib Razak. ject partly comprises a 688km- Lumpur and vice versa. “Recently, we appointed 237 posed are welcomed for con-
The project would change the long route linking Port Klang in “If the journey from Kuala Lum- local consultants, contractors and tinuing to empower small and
economic landscape and life of Selangor to Pahang, Terengganu pur to Kota Baru previously took subcontractors, and with a total medium enterprises (SMEs) and
the people in Kelantan and other and Kelantan that also involves eight hours, after the completion of of RM1.48 billion worth of jobs to strengthen and diversify econom-
east coast states, the prime min- building 28 stations that offer the ECRL, the journey will only take be implemented, the project will ic sectors, the think tank said.
ister said. passenger and cargo rail ser- four hours at the speed of 160km become the catalyst of change. However, Ideas is critical of
“Transportation links will bring vices. It is expected to be ready per hour,” he said. — Bernama the lack of reforms to address
rising personal debt levels or
reduce the negative impacts
of the government’s large role
Hishammuddin in the economy.
“Those policies that are in-
dismisses tended to uplift local SMEs
should be commended because
Rafidah’s claims 97% of business establishments
again in Malaysia are SMEs, and they
contributed at least 36.6% to the
national gross domestic prod-
KUALA LUMPUR: The allegations uct in 2016.” Ideas economist
by former international trade and Adli Amirullah said.
industry minister Tan Sri Rafi- BN is promising to provide
dah Aziz on the privatisation of tax incentives and special de-
land belonging to the Malaysian velopment funds to help lead-
Armed Forces was an attack on ing brands to assist small en-
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib trepreneurs, provide better
Razak, said Defence Minister Da- infrastructure and platforms
tuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. for local SMEs, promote ru-
He repeated his stand that ral youth entrepreneurs, and
Rafidah’s claims were baseless encourage innovation among
and without facts in a media con- SMEs, Ideas said in a statement.
ference after launching the One Adli also applauds BN’s
Member, One House programme plan to invest and strengthen
at Satria Residency, Sungai Besi economic sectors other than
yesterday. Najib being greeted by local leaders at the joint groundbreaking ceremony for the Giat Mara Prima and Ulul Albab Mara Junior the manufacturing and ser-
On Saturday, Rafidah said in Science College in Melor, Kota Baru yesterday. Photo by Bernama vices sectors. “It is important
an open letter uploaded on her to promote non-mainstream

‘Our aim is to be among


Facebook account that Najib had industries like the agricultural,
recommended the privatisation technological, creative, forestry
of over 40,000ha of defence min- and halal industries.

the top 22 nations’


istry/armed forces land to a com- However, Adli also ex-
pany owned by three persons, pressed reservations over cer-
which was approved and imple- tain promises on economic
mented. policy that are less convincing.
In response to Hishammud- “I am disappointed that
din’s statement yesterday, Rafi- KOTA BARU: Prime Minister Da- ter than today. Insya Allah, under Melor here yesterday. the government is not put-
dah said in a Facebook post that tuk Seri Najib Razak has pledged the BN we will carry the nation Also present were Internation- ting a sunset clause in the Price
“my agenda is the ‘agenda rakyat’. to make Malaysia the 22nd nation forward. We don’t want to retreat. al Trade and Industry Minister Control and Anti-Profiteering
To explain the truth to the rakyat. in the world economy if Barisan “We want to go much further, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, (PCAP) Act. In fact, BN is prom-
Unlike some of them, for whom Nasional (BN) is given the man- not one or two years in front. We Deputy Minister of Rural and Re- ising to amend the act to extend
everything must have a person- date in the 14th general election. want to take Malaysia to become gional Development Datuk Ahmad the authority of the ministry of
al agenda. “Who can hide from Najib said that as a leader, he a great nation, among the top 22 Jazlan Yaakub, Deputy Minister in domestic trade, co-operatives
Allah SWT, the all-knowing and must initiate what is best for the nations [in the world],” he said in the Prime Minister’s Department and consumerism to act against
all-seeing? Can BN (Barisan Na- people at all times. his speech at a gathering with the Senator Datuk Dr Asyraf Wajdi over-profit traders,” he said.
sional) and those whom they call “We must do something so that people of Ketereh at the Kompl- Dusuki and Umno Ketereh divi- “This is not a good economic
leaders hide (from Allah)?” she today will be better than yesterday eks Yayasan Kemiskinan Kelan- sion head Tan Sri Annuar Musa. policy, and BN needs to accept
asked. — Bernama and that tomorrow would be bet- tan at Kampung Wakaf Tok Wali, — Bernama that the PCAP Act is an an-
ti-market policy that will back-
lash against the economy in
the long run.
More than 50 witnesses line up for tahfiz fire trial Ideas appreciated the posi-
tive social policies that seek to
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecu- for mention before judge Datuk They were charged under Sec- the death sentence, as provided un- improve the welfare of the vul-
tion in the trial of two teenage boys Azman Abdullah yesterday. tion 302 of the Penal Code, read to- der Section 97(2) of the same law, nerable B40, women and indige-
charged with the murder of 23 occu- The two boys, who were then gether with Section 34 of the same the court shall order the person to nous people categories. However,
pants of Pusat Tahfiz Darul Quran 16 years of age, were jointly law, and faced the mandatory death be detained at the pleasure of the questions are raised over how all
Ittifaqiyah, which has been fixed charged with the murder and sentence, if found guilty. Yang di-Pertuan Agong. these promises can be funded
on May 30 at the High Court here, causing the death of the 23 peo- However, Section 97(1) of the In the incident at 5.15am on Sept sustainably, the statement said.
is expected to call more than 50 ple at the Pusat Tahfiz Darul Itti- Child Act 2001 states that a death 14, 21 students and two teachers Further, the think tank ex-
witnesses. faqiyah in Jalan Keramat Hujung, sentence shall not be pronounced died when they were trapped on pressed concern that the gov-
Deputy public prosecutor Kampung Datuk Keramat here, or recorded against a person con- the third floor of the religious res- ernment continues to encour-
Nurakmal Farhan Aziz told this to between 4.15am and 6.45am on victed of an offence if the child is idential school hostel which was age the suppression of freedom
the court when the case came up Sept 14 last year. under the age of 18, and in lieu of on fire. — Bernama of speech and privacy.
16 C O M M E N T T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Why Zuckerberg is winning


the Facebook hearings
His economic model emerged unscathed despite hours of questioning by senators
BY SH I R A OVI DE This inherent conflict was on dis- trol of it. The trick is few people really everything on Facebook only func-
play during two of Zuckerberg’s ex- understand what they are giving, or tioned with an informed “opt in” from
changes on Tuesday. The first was are capable of truly controlling it. users, the company’s business does
with Senator Roy Blunt, the Repub- Technically, Facebook’s users can not work. (Yes, a new European law

F
lican from Missouri. turn off targeted advertisements or forces companies to only collect the
acebook chief excutive He asked Zuckerberg a series of disable sensitive features such as im- information they need to provide a
officer (CEO) Mark Zuck- questions about what information the age recognition in photos. (I could not service, and obtain clear consent to
erberg did just fine in his company can collect on its 2 billion figure out how to do the latter, and I collect and use the personal informa-
first turn in the Congres- users and use for advertising, includ- write about technology for a living.) tion. Facebook has been wishy-washy
sional hot seat. ing whether the social network can Zuckerberg believes he is giving about whether its implementation of
He was confident. He pinpoint that a person who posts on users control, but he is giving them the European law will also be applied
capably tackled many of the queries Facebook from his work computer the illusion of control. And that means to Facebook users outside of Europe.)
proposed last week by Bloomberg in the morning is the same person the consent of Facebook users is not Facebook could elect to turn off
columnists. who uploads a photo to his Facebook informed. location tracking of users by default,
The 33-year-old billionaire ap- smartphone app at night. Senator Richard Blumenthal and stop collecting information on peo-
peared humble throughout much The answer, as Zuckerberg sure- other lawmakers tried to get Zucker- ple’s activity away from Facebook
of the hearing, with only a few smug ly knows, is yes. Facebook brags to Zuckenburg was confident. He did just berg to change the rules of engage- without express permission, and give
smiles. advertisers that it can provide “cross fine in his first turn in the Congressional ment between Facebook and its users. people even more information that
The best news for Facebook Inc device” targeting, as it is called. hot seat. Photo by AFP Facebook right now operates as shows how advertisers target them
the company was that Zuckerberg The company can also track peo- take or leave it. Users of Facebook for each Facebook ad they see.
ably deflected any challenges to the ple nearly everywhere they go online, give the company broad permission
beating heart of its economic mod- and it can see what apps people have could follow up later. to collect whatever information the See related story on Page 18
el: its hungry data collection and the installed on their phones. The Facebook CEO knows what his operators of Facebook want for what-
fine-tuned targeted advertising based Facebook also collects informa- company does, but perhaps he could ever reasons they have. Those changes could dramatically
on that data. tion on “offline” activity, as Blunt also not acknowledge that his companies If the user decides to protect that curtail Facebook’s power and its rev-
Zuckerberg’s success is a win for asked, which includes information on rely on assembling detailed dossiers information, it is more of a case-by- enue — and that is the point.
anyone primarily concerned with users’ location as they roam around on billions of people. case process. None of the good changes the
the company’s market value. But it the real world. This exchange mattered because Blumenthal, the Democrat from company announced in recent weeks
was a loss for the rest of us. Companies can also match their Blunt and others revealed the flaw in Connecticut, asked to force Facebook will truly hurt Facebook because it
Facebook will keep failing users’ information on what your purchase Facebook’s bargain with users. to explicitly ask permission for what- has not revised its economic engine:
trust as long as its business is based in stores — that box of cereal at the The company gives us a service ever pieces of personal information all that data, and unfettered use of it
on unrestrained hoovering of as much supermarket, for example — and we find valuable, and in exchange we it wanted to harvest and use, and without informed approval of Face-
user data as possible. It is an arrange- marry it with Facebook account in- agree that Facebook will harness that explain why. book’s citizens.
ment to which Facebook’s users agree formation. Inexplicably, Zuckerberg information to make money. Maybe people would find this sys- Only a dramatic data diet can curb
and can sidestep, technically, but it tried to say he was not completely Zuckerberg said everyone who tem too cumbersome to be practical. the worst downsides of Facebook. It
is hardly informed consent or a real sure about Facebook’s data collection uses Facebook consents to what they And regardless, there is no way is time for Facebook to really change.
option to avoid. policies, and one of his underlings agree to share, and has complete con- Zuckerberg can agree to this. If — Bloomberg

Thai energy companies roll out expansions across Southeast Asia


BY C H AY U T SETB OONSA RNG & “The power businesses in Thailand nearly 75% since the start of 2016, mal prices when selling electricity and biomass to back up its capacity,
HEN N I N G GLOYST EI N have developed expertise in this sec- against a broader market gain of less to utilities, channelling investment not just locally but also in Vietnam,
tor, and are now well placed to sup- than half that. into the sector. Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Bangla-
THAI energy companies are on a roll. port energy development across the It has also sparked a rash of listings, Similar tariffs have been applied desh and Australia.
Its national oil and gas champion, a region,” said Robert Grant, Asia Pacific with Thai power companies having to other renewable power sources, Even in coal, a sector recently
coal miner and power utility, upstart head at Canadian-listed SNC-Lava- raised more than US$2 billion from including wind, small-scale hydro, shunned due to public pressure to
solar and wind companies, virtually lin, an engineering and construction initial public offerings (IPOs) in 2016 biomass and biogas. invest in cleaner energy, Thai firms
all are expanding across Southeast firm focused on energy, infrastructure and 2017. The privatisation of PTT was an- are growing. Miner Banpu in February
Asia — applying practices and tech- and mining. Thailand’s third-biggest genera- other big boost to the energy sector. reported a more than 250% surge in
nology developed at home. The 10 members of Asean together tor, Gulf Energy PCL, in December The government now holds a 51% annual profit, partly because of new
Thai ompanies are also profiting have a population of more than 600 held the biggest listing the country stake in PTT, which operates as a coal mine investments, including
from oil and gas prices that are re- million people, with a collective gross has seen in a decade, at more than private company with less political in Indonesia, and power projects in
covering from a three-year slump, domestic product of nearly US$3 tril- US$700 million. interference than other state rivals. China and Japan.
increasing electricity demand due lion (RM11.61 trillion), according to Gulf has said it expects revenue The growth trend is clearest in In oil and gas, PTT — long the
to economic growth, and renewable research company Statista. to grow by 18% this year, fuelled in renewables, where Thailand is the global carrier of the Thai exploration
technologies that have become com- Aseans’s energy use rose by 60% part by a major solar investment in first Southeast Asia nation to crack and production flag — is developing
petitive against fossil fuels. in the last 15 years, according to the Vietnam. the top 15 solar power generators, new assets in the region for the first
Also, while the military junta that International Energy Agency, which according to the International Re- time in years, with around US$4.5
has ruled Thailand since mid-2014 also says the region’s demand could ‘Ecosystem for growth’ newable Energy Agency. billion in cash on hand to invest at
has put no stamp of its own on the grow another two-thirds by 2040. Government policy “created an eco- home and overseas.
energy sector, it has targeted infra- Companies aiming to take part system for growth for Thai energy Growing abroad Not all indicators point to an ongo-
structure spending to boost the econ- in the growth in Asean and beyond companies,” said Maria Lapiz, head “Thailand started development in ing boom. Local consumption is stall-
omy and prioritised investment in include B Grimm Power PCL, a Thai of institutional research at Maybank renewable power much earlier than ing due to low population growth and
hi-tech industries. power developer that already has as- Kim Eng Securities, with the first re- regional peers,” said Thidasiri Sris- improvements in energy efficiency,
Long-standing reform policies sets in Vietnam and Laos, and Banpu forms coming in the 1990s. amith, chief investment officer of while domestic capacity is sufficient
have turned Thailand’s state energy Power, which is building a coal-fired That was when the government Kasikorn Asset Management Co Ltd. to meet basic requirements.
company PTT PCL into a successful plant in China. began allowing small power gener- Thailand’s largest solar company, “Going forward, Thai power
international oil and gas producer, “You can already see increased ators (1-90 megawatts) to sell to the Superblock, plans to branch out with company growth will depend on
encouraged the development of pow- activity by Thai investors in the Ase- national grid. a US$1.8 billion investment into wind the ability to secure capacity and
er producers such as the Electricity an region,” Grant said. In 2012, Thailand was one of Asia’s farms in Vietnam. have a steady stream of projects ...
Generating Authority of Thailand, and The expansion has been reflect- first countries to introduce “feed- And Thailand’s biggest wind pow- which [are] increasingly coming from
fostered the emergence of renewable ed in the local stock exchange, with in” tariffs to give solar developers er generator, Wind Energy Holdings overseas,” said Kasikorn’s Thidasiri.
start-ups like Energy Absolute PCL. shares of energy companies growing additional payments on top of nor- Co Ltd, plans to invest in solar, hydro — Reuters
THU R S DAY A P R I L 1 2, 20 1 8 • T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
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China vows wider


IN BRIEF
UK’s Iceland to
remove palm oil Chinese inflation eases
in March
from own brands

access to stock markets


BEIJING: China’s factory gate
inflation fell in March for the
BY SER E N A CHAU DHRY fifth consecutive month, data
showed yesterday, with ana-
LONDON: British supermarket lysts pointing to a wind-down
chain Iceland said on Monday in a government anti-pollution
it would remove palm oil from drive. With China the world’s
its own-brand food by the end top exporter, the drop in pric-
of 2018 as part of efforts to stem
deforestation in Indonesia and
Earlier announced reforms would come into effect in months es companies pay for goods —
which also came with a fall in
Malaysia and help species un- consumer prices — could dent
der threat of extinction. SHANGHAI: China said yesterday Central bank governor Yi Gang were first announced in November the knock-on effects for global
Iceland, which trades from it would allow foreign investors also said China would move ahead during a state visit by US President inflation as many governments
900 stores and which specialis- greater access to its stock markets with plans to remove limits on for- Donald Trump, but the latest an- struggle to reach their own tar-
es in frozen food, said cutting and promised that other previously eign shareholdings in Chinese fi- nouncements appeared to set a gets. The Producer Price Index
palm oil would lower demand announced financial reforms would nancial institutions. firmer timetable for implemen- — a key barometer of the indus-
for the edible vegetable oil by come into effect within months in Foreign firms will be allowed tation, with Yi quoted saying they trial sector — dipped to 3.1% last
more than 500 tonnes a year. its latest conciliatory signals amid to own as much as 51% of joint would commence “in the coming month, from 3.7% in February,
“Until Iceland can guarantee US trade tensions. ventures in the securities, funds months”. the China’s National Bureau of
palm oil is not causing rainforest China’s securities regulator and futures industries, up from The latest promises came a day Statistics said. It was the lowest
destruction, we are simply saying said foreign investors would be the current 49%, Yi told the Boao after President Xi Jinping pledged at reading since late 2016 and well
‘no’ to palm oil,” Iceland managing allowed to trade a greater volume Forum for Asia in southern Chi- the same forum that China would off the 3.3% tipped in Bloomb-
director Richard Walker said in a of shares on Chinese stock mar- na. All limits are to be removed in lower car tariffs this year and take erg.— AFP
statement. “We don’t believe there kets through existing programmes three years, the government had other steps to open the world’s No
is such a thing as ‘sustainable’ linking Hong Kong’s bourse with said previously. Foreign ownership 2 economy “wider and wider”. Britain’s Tesco returns
palm oil available to retailers, so mainland exchanges, and also will restrictions in Chinese banks and His comments addressed major to annual net profit
we are giving consumers a choice “strive” to establish a similar link financial asset management firms US complaints in a simmering trade LONDON: British retail king
about what they want.”— Reuters between Shanghai and London also will be removed. row that has seen both sides threat- Tesco rebounded into annual
this year. The foreign-ownership reforms en retaliatory measures. — AFP net profit on strong sales and
restructuring, the group said
yesterday, as its recovery con-
tinued after a costly account-

‘Trade protectionism threatens economic growth’ ing scandal the prior year. The
supermarket giant revealed in
a statement that earnings after
taxation rebounded sharply to
HONG KONG: International Mon- view trade deficits as a sign of un- Governments “need to steer reduce by half the proportion of £1.2 billion (RM6.6 billion) in its
etary Fund (IMF) chief Christine fair trade practices — as Trump has clear of protectionism in all its the global population living 2017/2018 financial year to Feb-
Lagarde yesterday issued a stern repeatedly claimed, most notably forms”, Lagarde urged. “Re- in extreme poverty.” ruary. That contrasted with a net
warning to governments to avoid in the current dispute with China. member, the multilateral In a speech previewing loss of £40 million in 2016/2017.
undermining global growth with Trump last month imposed trade system has trans- the issues to be discussed Excluding exceptional items,
protectionist trade policies. steep tariffs on steel and aluminium formed our world over the when world finance min- operating or underlying profit
In a less than thinly-veiled warn- imports, and announced pending past generation. It helped isters and central bankers jumped 28% to £1.6 billion, in
ing to US President Donald Trump, tariffs on US$50 billion (RM193.5 gather in Washington next line with company forecasts and
who has locked horns with China billion) in Chinese goods in retal- week for the IMF and World after a major restructuring over-
on trade, the head of the IMF said iation for alleged theft of intellec- Lagarde says it is a mistake Bank Spring meetings, seen by chief executive officer
countries should open trade further tual property. to view trade deficits Lagarde said free Dave Lewis. — AFP
by reforming their own domestic Since then Washington and Bei- as a sign of unfair trade “has creat-
practices rather than putting up jing have escalated threats of new trade practices. ed millions of new ‘French giant Total helped
new barriers to trade. import duties, raising the real risk Photo by AFP jobs with higher Congo skirt IMF rules’
And she said it was a mistake to of an all-out trade war. wages”. — AFP PARIS: The Congolese govern-
ment skirted requirements of the
International Monetary Fund
(IMF) in 2003 through a finan-
Trump trade war risks German carmaker backfire cial fiddle created by French oil
giant Total, the French daily Le
Monde reported on Tuesday. To-
BY L I AM PROU D & KA REN KW OK ily unionised Germany, while US tal denied the report, saying in
states have offered tax incentives a statement that it “did not help
LONDON: US President Donald to attract companies. the Republic of Congo escape
Trump’s trade war risks a Ger- Those efforts may be under- the oversight of its international
man carmaker backfire. BMW and mined unless Trump steps down creditors”. Le Monde based its
Daimler sell a surprising number of from his protectionist podium. report on a deep dive into the
American-made vehicles in China. Rather than absorb the cost of pos- trove of confidential documents
Were the US president’s tariff-war sible higher tariffs — estimated by published in 2016 and 2017 by
rhetoric to become reality, carmak- Deutsche Bank at a combined €1.7 the whistle-blowing Internation-
ers could shrink US production. If billion (RM8.1 billion) for Daimler al Consortium of Investigative
he wants to keep jobs rather than and BMW — it would make sense Journalists that have become
lose them, he should seize a new for carmakers to shift production known as the “Panama Papers”
olive branch from Beijing. away from the US. Foreign manu- and “Paradise Papers”. — AFP
The latest twist in the China-US facturers have already ramped up
trade saga came on Tuesday when local manufacturing through joint Fed to roll out first easing
Xi Jinping, the president of the Peo- ventures with Chinese groups. Last of bank regulation
ple’s Republic, promised to lower year, 70% of the Mercedes-Benz WASHINGTON: The US Fed-
the country’s 25% auto tariff “con- cars sold in China were built lo- eral Reserve (Fed) yesterday
siderably” this year. That looks like A BMW 5-Series Li on display at the Shanghai Auto Show in China on April 19, 2017. cally. BMW will start building a announced the roll-out of the
a peace offering after the two coun- BMW and Daimler sell a surprising number of US-made vehicles in China. If Trump’s popular X-series model in China first effort to ease and sim-
tries’ earlier threats of higher du- tariff-war rhetoric were to become reality, carmakers could shrink US production. this summer with domestic partner plify regulations imposed on
ties, including China’s proposal of Photo by Reuters Brilliance Automotive. big banks in the wake of the
slapping an extra 25% charge on That’s ironic, since one of Trump’s global financial crisis. The pro-
US autos, raising the total to 50%. original grievances was that other posal would streamline rules
Since German groups BMW and countries’ trade practices were harm- requiring large banks to hold
Daimler ship so many cars from US 370,000 vehicles, or 15% of its global Alabama plant employs 3,700 peo- ing US jobs and stealing technolog- a certain amount of capital in
plants to China, American work- total. One quarter of these US-made ple, exported nearly 70,000 vehicles ical know-how. Xi has extended a reserve to protect against un-
ers at these plants would be most vehicles, mostly luxury sport utility to China last year, Deutsche Bank hand to Trump with the prospect of foreseen stresses, but without
affected by such a move. BMW’s vehicles (SUVs) prized by Chinese analysts reckon. lowering tariffs; Trump’s best chance weakening the safety of the fi-
10,000 employees at its South consumers, were exported to China. That’s partly because American of protecting American workers is to nancial system, the Fed said in
Carolina plant last year produced Mercedes-owner Daimler, whose labour costs are lower than in heav- shake it. — Reuters a statement. — AFP
18 W O R L D B U S I N E S S T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Zuckerberg says ‘sorry’


IN BRIEF

Fox ‘cooperating’ with


EU officials after the bloc
raids its London offices
LONDON: Fox said it was coop-
erating with European Union
But the Facebook chief warns of ‘arms race’ against Russian disinformation (EU) officials after an unan-
nounced search of the US me-
dia company’s London offices,
BY M I C HA EL MAT HES & ROB LEV ER “There are people in Russia whose one of several raids on media
job is to try to exploit our systems outlets by the bloc on Tuesday
WASHINGTON: Facebook chief and other Internet systems and in a probe into sports media
Mark Zuckerberg accepted personal other systems as well,” he said. rights. The office of Fox Net-
responsibility on Tuesday for the “So this is an arms race. They’re works Group, which operates
leak of data on tens of millions of going to keep getting better and 21st Century Fox’s global tele-
its users, while warning of an “arms we need to invest in getting better vision network, in the Hammer-
race” against Russian disinforma- at this too.” smith area was raided by Euro-
tion during a high-stakes hearing Of the hundreds of questions pean Commission (EC) officials
with US lawmakers. Zuckerberg faced at the hearing, over competition concerns. “Fox
In his first formal congressional none appeared to flummox him Networks Group is cooperating
appearance, the Facebook founder more than Senator Dick Durbin’s fully with the EC inspection,” a
and chief executive officer (CEO) pointed query about where he slept company spokesman told AFP.
answered questions for nearly five the previous evening. “Would you The EC said it carried out in-
hours as he sought to quell the be comfortable sharing with us the spections in several EU coun-
storm over privacy and security name of the hotel you stayed in last tries of companies working in
lapses at the social media giant that night?” Durbin asked. media rights related to sports
have angered lawmakers and the Zuckerberg paused for a full events and their broadcasting.
network’s two billion users. eight seconds, chuckled, grimaced “The commission has concerns
Under mounting pressure over and ultimately demurred. “Um, uh, that the companies involved
the hijacking of its user data by a no,” he said. may have violated EU antitrust
British political consultant, Zuck- And “if you’ve messaged any- rules that prohibit cartels and
erberg reiterated his apology for body this week, would you share restrictive business practices,”
the historic breach, before being with us the names of the people the EU’s executive branch said
grilled over how Facebook collects you’ve messaged?” the Illinois in a statement. — AFP
and protects people’s personal in- Democrat persisted. Again, a sim-
formation. ilar unwillingness to answer. EasyJet, two others in
“It was my mistake, and I’m sor- Perhaps more than any other running for Alitalia
ry,” Zuckerberg said about the im- senator during five hours of ques- MILAN: Troubled Italian airline,
proper sharing of 87 million peo- tioning, Durbin’s everyman tactic Alitalia, said on Tuesday that it
ple’s information by Cambridge put a finger on the crux of the issue Zuckerberg being has received three takeover of-
Analytica, a firm working for Don- surrounding Facebook’s handling surrounded by fers, including one by a consorti-
ald Trump during the 2016 presi- of its users’ private data. members of the um led by British low-cost carrier
dential campaign. “I started Face- Zuckerberg said he was open to media as he EasyJet. “Three offers have been
book; I run it and I’m responsible regulation, but cautioned against arrived to testify submitted today (Tuesday),” Al-
for what happens here.” complex rules that might impact before the Senate italia said in a statement, adding
He added that Facebook fell emerging social media firms. “I hearing regarding that the company’s administra-
short of protecting the platform, think the Internet is becoming in- the company’s use tors “will examine them over the
noting: “That goes for fake news, creasingly important in people’s and protection coming days”. With the deadline
foreign interference in elections lives and I think we need to have of user data, on for bids expiring on Tuesday,
and hate speech, as well as devel- a full conversation about what is Capitol Hill in EasyJet was the only company
opers and data privacy.” the right regulation,” he told the Washington on to confirm officially that it is in
The 33-year-old CEO spoke of a hearing. Tuesday. Photo by the running. According to Italian
constant struggle to guard against “You need to be careful [a new Reuters media reports, the other offers
Russian manipulation of the Face- regulatory policy] doesn’t cement were submitted by German air-
book platform to influence elec- in the current companies that are line Lufthansa and Hungarian
tions in the US and elsewhere. winning.” — AFP low-cost carrier Wizzair. — AFP
Sprint-T-Mobile merger
talks back on — sources
Airbus to offer
sleeping berths
Investors welcome hints of fresh start, NEW YORK: Sprint Corp has
restarted talks to merge with

in cargo hold new CEO at Volkswagen T-Mobile US Inc, people familiar


with the matter said on Tuesday,
the latest effort to bring together
the fourth- and third-largest US
PARIS: Soon when you fly in FRANKFURT: Investors sent stock DPA reported that Herbert Diess, until 2020. Long-time CEO Winter- wireless carriers. The combined
an Airbus jet and fancy a bit of in scandal-hit car giant Volkswagen head of the VW brand — one of the korn quit after the firm admitted company would have more than
shut-eye, all you will need to do (VW) surging on Tuesday, as the group’s 12 makes of cars, trucks and to manipulating 11 million diesel 127 million customers and
is head down to the cargo hold. firm announced it was considering motorbikes — was slated to take vehicles worldwide to cheat regu- could create more formidable
European aircraft giant Air- reshuffling its board and replacing Mueller’s place. Meanwhile Ger- latory emission tests. competition for the No 1 and
bus announced on Tuesday chief executive officer (CEO) Mat- many’s biggest-selling newspaper Mueller has chivvied the mam- No 2 wireless players, Verizon
that it is teaming up with Zo- thias Mueller. Bild reported that a change of CEO moth carmaker into a massive re- Communications Inc and AT&T
diac Aerospace to develop and “The Volkswagen group is con- “has been planned for months” by structuring, aiming to offer electric Inc. — Reuters
market lower-deck sleeping sidering further evolving the leader- the Porsche and Piech families, de- versions of many of its models and
facilities for passengers that ship structure, which could be con- scendants of VW Beetle inventor slim down its operations over the Airbus CEO warns Britain
could be operational in A330 nected with changes in the board Ferdinand Porsche who control coming decade. But he himself has over Brexit uncertainty
wide-body jets from 2020. ... a change to the chief executive holding company Porsche SE, VW’s landed in prosecutors’ sights over LONDON: Airbus wants Britain
The sleeper compartments could be involved,” VW said in a majority shareholder. suspicions he may have known to provide more clarity on the
“would fit inside the aircraft’s statement. The curtain could fall on Mu- about the diesel cheating before country’s future relationship
cargo compartments”,Airbus said Mueller had “signalled he was eller’s leadership as soon as to- it became public and failed in his with the European Union, or risk
in a joint statement with Zodiac, open to play a part in the changes” morrow, when multiple sources duty to inform investors. losing investment, the European
a subsidiary of French aerospace in conversations with supervisory including Bild and Handelsblatt “The most important part of get- plane-maker’s chief executive
company Safran. The modules board chief Hans Dieter Poetsch, reported the supervisory board will ting the crisis under control is over officer (CEO) said. “We must
“will be easily interchangeable the statement continued. meet. A VW spokesman declined now, so it’s right for VW to look in have more clarity on the UK’s
with regular cargo containers”. Shares in Volkswagen leapt on to comment on the rumours when a new direction,” judged analyst long-term relationships, not just
Airbus and Zodiac said the the news, adding as much as 5% be- contacted by AFP. Juergen Pieper of Metzler bank. for the next 20 months,” CEO
sleeping berths would not only fore falling back slightly to gain 4.5% Mueller, a former chief execu- Diess, known as a “very good cost Tom Enders said in an opinion
improve passenger comfort, on the day, at €171.58 (RM822.55) tive of sportscar-building VW sub- manager” with experience at BMW, piece in the Financial Times yes-
but also enable airlines to add by close of trade in Frankfurt. sidiary Porsche AG, was brought would be “the best solution as a terday. “Britain must recognise
value to their commercial op- Business newspaper Handels- in to replace Martin Winterkorn successor for the next five years”, that future investments are not
erations. — AFP blatt and national news agency in 2015 and is contracted to serve he added. — AFP a given.” — Reuters
THU R S DAY A P R I L 1 2, 20 1 8 • T H EED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D B U S I N E S S 19

China’s Ant ups


IN BRIEF
Bayer investors
get unwelcome Panama suspends
Venezuelan airlines in
antitrust
present, with
forced remedies
fundraising target tit-for-tat move
PANAMA CITY: Panama an-
nounced on Tuesday it is sus-
pending Venezuelan airlines
from flying into the country in
a tit-for-tat move after Cara-
BY L I AM PROU D cas last week barred its main

LONDON: Bayer and Mon-


Its valuation could hit US$150 billion — sources carrier Copa. The suspension
initially set for three months
santo’s two-year regulato- starting April 25 mirrors a
ry saga is almost over. The BY JULIE ZHU & ANSHUM AN DAG A Holding Ltd founder Jack Ma, three end up raising between US$8 bil- similar temporary ban an-
drug and crop-science groups people said. lion and US$10 billion as a result nounced last Thursday by
struck a deal with antitrust HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: Chi- Reuters reported in February of strong investor demand. Venezuelan President Nico-
regulators at the US Depart- na’s Ant Financial Services Group that Ant, owner of China’s top on- All the people spoke to Reuters las Maduro’s government.
ment of Justice, according is in talks with investors to boost its line payment platform Alipay, was on the condition of anonymity as It comes as Latin American
to the Wall Street Journal fundraising target to at least US$8 planning to raise up to US$5 billion, the fundraising details are con- countries step up measures to
(WSJ), clearing one of the billion (RM30.96 billion), which which could value the firm at more fidential. Ant and Temasek de- isolate Venezuela, where Ma-
final hurdles for a deal valu- could see its valuation jumping to than US$100 billion. clined to comment. Alibaba did duro is accused of tightening
ing Monsanto’s equity at al- about US$150 billion, people with The fundraising plan comes not respond to a Reuters request his grip on power by trashing
most US$60 billion (RM232.2 knowledge of the plan said. ahead of an expected stock mar- for comment. democracy while economic
billion). However, its iffy fi- Singapore state investor Te- ket flotation, though Ant has nei- A US$150 billion valuation malaise deepens. A meeting
nancial logic means Bayer masek Holdings is likely to be the ther set a timetable for the initial would make Ant one of the big- of Latin American leaders in
shareholders can hold off the lead investor in the latest round public offering nor has it chosen gest public flotations ever, dwarfing Peru later this week is expect-
champagne. of equity raising by the compa- any location for the same. this year’s launch of Spotify and ed to sharpen the tone and
The latest antitrust reme- ny, controlled by Alibaba Group One of the people said Ant could Dropbox. — Reuters actions against Maduro, who
dies forced on Bayer include has not been invited. — AFP
offloading further seed and
seed-treatment assets to Ger- Appliance giant Ther-
man peer BASF, the WSJ re-
ported on Monday citing peo-
ple familiar with the matter, as
Singapore is Asia’s best in attracting momix fined in Australia
over burn defect
SYDNEY: Kitchen appliance
well as unspecified concessions
relating to its digital-farming
business. Those are on top of
talent for fifth year giant Thermomix was fined
A$4.6 million (RM13.67 mil-
lion) in Australia yesterday for
around €6 billion (RM28.45 breaching consumer laws after
billion) of disposals that Bay- BY M ELISSA CHEOK The index assesses a coun- Asia Pacific Talent users of its mixers were burned
er agreed with the European try’s ability to attract, develop Some of Asia’s largest economies by hot liquids due to a faulty
Commission in March, includ- SINGAPORE: Singapore has been and retain talent. High-ranking showed improved performance seal. Action was taken against
ing selling to BASF its seed and ranked the highest in Asia in at- countries share some key char- the German company’s Aus-
pesticide assets that overlap tracting and fostering talent for acteristics: good education sys- 2017 2018 tralian distributor by the Aus-
with Monsanto’s operations the fifth consecutive year, a re- tems, conducive regulatory and Singapore 2 2 tralian Competition and Con-
in those markets. flection of the city state’s strong business landscapes, and employ- Australia 6 11
sumer Commission (ACCC)
Judging by investors’ reac- education system and its ability ment policies favouring flexibility after complaints flooded in
tion, the deal is almost home to build a diverse workforce. as well as openness, the report New Zealand 14 12
about injuries caused by its
and dry, despite still requir- It took the No 2 spot behind said. This year’s study focuses on Japan 22 20 TM31 model, sold at around
ing approval in India and Switzerland on the Global Tal- the importance of diversity and Malaysia 28 27 A$2,000. The ACCC claimed
Russia. Monsanto shares on ent Competitiveness Index , inclusion within organisations to South Korea 29 30 Thermomix made false or mis-
Monday closed just 2% shy of published by French business boost competitiveness. China 54 43 leading representations to the
Bayer’s cash offer of US$128 school, Insead. The island na- Some of Asia’s bigger econo- Kazakhstan 53 51 public by staying silent about
per share, and the German tion is the only Asian country to mies ranked much lower on the Philippines 52 54
the safety issue, despite know-
group, in a statement, said feature among the top 10. Aus- list but showed improvement. ing about it. — AFP
it expects the transaction to tralia, ranked sixth last year, fell China rose 11 spots to 43rd place Thailand 73 70
close by the middle of 2018. to 11th place while New Zealand while India climbed by the same Mongolia 72 75 Aramco IPO in 2018 or
Shareholders now have lit- followed at 12th. amount to No 81. — Bloomberg Source: Insead 2019 depending on
tle recourse to prevent what market — Saudi minister
looks like an expensive deal, PARIS: The hotly awaited stock
given that German law does market debut of Saudi energy
not require companies to seek
approval for acquisitions.
ADB sees Asia’s 2018 growth at 6%, but warns of trade risks giant Aramco will be launched
in 2018 if market conditions
Bayer’s plan is to rip out permit, otherwise in 2019, the
overlapping costs and, by in- BY M ANOLO SERAP IO J R ADB gross domestic product growth forecast (%) kingdom’s finance minister
tegrating the two groups’ seed & ENRICO DELA CRUZ SUBREGION/ECONOMY
told AFP on Tuesday. “If the
and chemical products, help DATE OF FORECAST ACTUAL SEPT 2017 DEC 2017 APRIL 2018 APRIL 2018 market is ready in 2018, we
farmers boost crop yields. The MANILA: The Asian Development 2017 2018 2018 2018 2019 will go in 2018. If not, we will
present value of those savings, Bank (ADB) raised its 2018 econom- Central Asia 4.3 3.9 3.9 4.0 4.2 wait until 2019,” Mohammed
estimated by Bayer at US$1.5 ic growth estimate for developing East Asia 6.3 5.8 5.8 6.0 5.8 al-Jadaan told AFP in an in-
billion a year, is about US$12 Asia to 6% from 5.8%, citing solid China 6.9 6.4 6.4 6.6 6.4 terview at a French-Saudi fo-
billion, according to Reuters export demand, but said US pro- South Asia 6.4 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.2 rum in Paris, referring to the
estimates. However, Bayer tectionist measures and any retalia- India 6.6 7.4 7.3 7.3 7.6 planned initial public offering
is paying a premium worth tion against them could undermine Southeast Asia 5.2 5.1 5.2 5.2 5.2 (IPO) of Aramco shares, tipped
more than US$17 billion over trade. Growth in developing Asia Indonesia 5.1 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 to be the world’s biggest. “We
Monsanto’s undisturbed share would only ease slightly to 5.9% in Malaysia 5.9 5.4 5.3 5.3 5.0 are not desperate for listing.
price, destroying US$5 billion 2019, the bank said in its 2018 Asian Myanmar 6.8 8.0 n/a 6.8 7.2
We will only list when the mar-
of shareholder value. Development Outlook released yes- ket is right,” he said. — AFP
Philippines 6.7 6.7 6.8 6.8 6.9
The market is unsurpris- terday. Strong external and domestic
Singapore 3.6 2.7 2.9 3.1 2.9 Etihad drops more flights
ingly sceptical. Bayer shares demand helped economies in the
are down 2% since May 9, region expand an average 6.1% last Thailand 3.9 3.6 3.8 4.0 4.1 as review continues
2016 — the day before its writ- year. While the US’ protectionist Vietnam 6.8 6.5 6.7 7.1 6.8 DUBAI: Etihad Airways will
ten proposal to Monsanto. trade measures so far have yet to dent The Pacific 2.2 3.2 3.2 2.2 3.0 stop flying to Edinburgh, Scot-
Germany’s DAX Index is up trade flows to and from Asia, the risks Developing Asia 6.1 5.8 5.8 6.0 5.9 land and Perth, Australia, from
24% and BASF shares are up are there, the ADB said. “Further Source: ADB/Reuters Oct 1, the latest routes dropped
23% over the same period, in actions and retaliation against them by the Gulf airline, as it con-
which the €77 billion chem- could undermine the business and of goods between the world’s two inflows if the US Federal Reserve tinues to review its business
icals specialist gobbled up consumer optimism that underlies biggest economies, sparked by US (Fed) needs to raise interest rates strategy. The major Middle East
Bayer’s cast-offs at regulators’ the regional outlook,” the ADB said. frustration with China’s trade and faster than markets expect”. The airline is pursuing a compa-
behest. It seems to have got- China has blamed the US for trade intellectual property policies. Fed last raised rates in March and ny-wide review and has cut sev-
ten the better deal. — Reuters frictions amid escalating threats of Another risk to Asia’s growth, the policymakers signalled two or three eral other routes as it seeks to
tariffs on billions of dollars worth ADB said, is “diminishing capital more hikes this year. — Reuters restore profitability. — Reuters
20 WORLD T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Over 250 killed in Algerian


IN BRIEF

New Zealand PM says


country ‘undeniably’ racist

military plane crash — media


WELLINGTON: New Zealand
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
admitted her South Pacific na-
tion was “undeniably” racist
but said she is proud of efforts
to stamp out the problem. The
centre-left leader was respond-
ing to comments from Kiwi
The dead include members of Western Sahara’s Polisario independence movement film-maker Taika Waititi that
his homeland is racist. Thor
Ragnarok director Waititi, who
BY H AM I D OU L D A HMED is Maori, outlined the prejudice
he had experienced in an in-
A grab from
ALGIERS: More than 250 people in- terview with British magazine
a video
cluding members of Western Saha- Dazed & Confused last week. He
broadcast
ra’s Polisario independence move- said he had been asked during
by Algeria’s
ment were killed when a military his youth whether he was a
Ennahar
plane crashed in a field outside Alge- glue sniffer, simply because of
satellite
ria’s capital yesterday, officials said. his Maori background. The re-
television
Television footage showed marks prompted fierce debate
channel
crowds gathering around the smok- in New Zealand, with many
yesterday
ing and flaming wreckage near Bo- backing him. — AFP
shows the
ufarik airport southwest of Algiers.
scene of the Ex-S Korean presidential
A line of white body bags could be
crash. Photo hopeful indicted for rape
seen on the ground next to what
by AFP
media said was a Russian Ilyushin SEOUL: A former South Korean
transport plane. presidential contender was in-
A total of 257 people died in the gerian-backed group fighting for dicted yesterday on charges of
crash, state TV reported. the independence of neighbouring raping his aide multiple times
A member of Algeria’s ruling Western Sahara — a territory also douf, an area on Algeria’s border Tindouf is home to thousands of in the highest-profile case of
FLN party told the private Enna- claimed by Morocco in a long-run- with Western Sahara, but crashed refugees from the Western Sahara the country’s growing #MeToo
har TV station the dead included ning dispute. on the airport’s perimeter, Algeria’s standoff, many of them Polisario movement. Ahn Hee-jung —
26 members of Polisario, an Al- The plane was heading to Tin- defence ministry said. supporters. — Reuters who was widely seen as a strong
contender to replace President
Moon Jae-in when his term
ends in 2022 — was formally
Myanmar charged with rape and sexual
harassment by abuse of pow-
rejects dismissal er, a spokesman at the Seoul
Western District Prosecutors’
request for jailed Office said. Prosecutors opened
reporters an investigation into Ahn after
his aide said in a television in-
terview that he had raped her
BY SH O ON N A NG four times since she was hired
& A N TO NI SLOD KOWSK I last June. — AFP

YANGON: A judge yesterday re- Chinese official, art troupe


jected a request for dismissal of to attend N Korea festival
a case against two Reuters report- BEIJING: China will send a
ers jailed in Myanmar after be- Communist Party official with
ing accused of possessing secret an art troupe to North Korea
government papers. for a festival celebrating the
A court in Yangon has been country’s founder, state media
holding preliminary hearings said yesterday, as the neigh-
since January to decide whether bours seek to heal battered
Wa Lone, who turned 32 yester- relations. The delegation will
day, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, will be leave tomorrow to attend the
charged under the colonial-era April Spring Friendship Art Fes-
Official Secrets Act, which carries tival at the invitation of North
a maximum penalty of 14 years
in prison.
WATER FIGHT ... Elephants and people playing with water during the celebration of the Songkran Water Festival, to Korea’s Workers’ Party, China’s
official Xinhua news agency
commemorate Thailand’s New Year in Ayutthaya, Thailand yesterday. The Songkran holiday is often referred to as the world’s biggest
Judge Ye Lwin said that there said in a brief report. Song Tao,
water fight. Photo by Reuter
was “a proper reason” for the ac- the head of the Chinese Com-
cusations against the two report- munist Party Central Commit-
ers and therefore “they should tee’s international department,
not be released.” will lead the mission. — AFP
In a statement, Reuters presi- Russia warns against firing of US missiles at Syria
dent and editor-in-chief Stephen J Brazil delays debate that
Adler said: “We are deeply disap- BY TOM P ERRY & DAHLI A NE HM E sparred at the United Nations on lise an already fragile situation in could see Lula released
pointed with the court’s decision.” Tuesday over the use of chemical the Middle East, and made clear BRASILIA; A justice of Brazil’s
He added: “We believe that BEIRUT: Russia has warned that weapons in Syria as Washington it strongly opposed any US strike Supreme Court on Tuesday or-
there are solid grounds for the any US missiles fired at Syria over and its allies considered whether to on its ally. dered a delay until next week
court to dismiss this matter and to a suspected chemical weapons at- strike at Syrian government forces After the attack, the rebel group of a debate on changing a law
release our journalists. Wa Lone tack on a rebel enclave would be over the alleged poison gas assault. holed up in Douma — Jaish al-Islam that could, if passed, lead to the
and Kyaw Soe Oo were reporting shot down and the launch sites At least 60 people were killed in — finally agreed to withdraw from imminent release of recently
on issues in Myanmar in an in- targeted, raising the possibility of Saturday’s suspected chemical weap- the town. That sealed a big victory jailed ex-president Luiz Inacio
dependent and impartial way. a US-Russian confrontation. ons attack on the town of Douma, for President Bashar al-Assad, who Lula da Silva. The debate had
They have not violated any laws Issuing the warning on Tuesday Syrian relief workers said. An estimat- has now crushed the rebellion in been due to take place yester-
in the course of their newsgath- evening, the Russian ambassador ed 500 people were being treated for the eastern Ghouta region near day, but Justice Marco Aurelio
ering and were simply doing their to Lebanon also said such a clash “symptoms consistent with exposure Damascus. accepted a request by the tiny,
jobs. We will continue to do all should be avoided and Moscow to toxic chemicals”, the World Health On the diplomatic front, Mos- right-wing PEN party, which
we can to secure their release.” was ready for negotiations. But his Organization said yesterday. cow and Washington stymied at- originally petitioned the legal
The reporters’ lawyers had remarks could raise fears of direct The Syrian government and Rus- tempts by each other in the UN change, for a delay of five days.
argued that the testimony from conflict for the first time between sia say the reports are bogus. The Security Council on Tuesday to PEN said it had just changed its
witnesses called by the prosecu- major powers backing opposing Kremlin said yesterday it hoped all set up international investigations lawyer and that the new law-
tion was insufficient to charge sides in Syria’s protracted civil war. sides involved in Syria would avoid into chemical weapons attacks in yer needed time to review the
the pair. — Reuters Moscow and Washington doing anything that could destabi- Syria. — Reuters case. — AFP
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

Personal
ASSISTANT
CO M PI L ED BY CHA NG YEE ZHW EN

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

TODAY marks
the beginning
of the French
Film Festival,
which will
feature 16 re-
cent motion
pictures. This
year, the festi-
val’s programme truly reflects the French
contemporary film productions, which include
romantic comedies, historical tales, social
films, a biopic, an animation film for our young
audience, and even a fantasy film to suit all
age groups. All films will be screened at GSC
theatres in Kuala Lumpur, from today to April
29. Check the festival’s schedule and book your
tickets online at www.gsc.com.my. The vineyards and chateau of Mouton Rothschild stand in the Bordeaux region of France. Photos by Bloomberg

HETEROGENEOUS
PAN Productions presents The Unlimited
Season: Double Couple, a night of memorable
duets which will feature Nikki Palikat, Ashley
BORDEAUX 2017 VINTAGE
Chan, Izen Kong and Zamil Idris. Palikat is
an actress and singer with three albums
to her name. She has performed various
TV theme songs such as Antara Kita with Market sentiment for
Jed Madela for TV3’s Stanza Cinta and has
performed in musical theatre. Chan was the futures improving
host of her own radio show, Capital Wave at
Capital FM. Holding a Grade 8 Distinction after nadir of 2013,
Certificate in RAD Ballet, she has performed
in various musicals, most recently playing says Liv-ex
Cinderella in Sondheim’s Into The Woods.
Classically-trained Kong had performed in BY G U Y CO LLI NS

T
various events alongside renowned artistes.
His most recent notable performances include he 2017 vintage from lead-
The Best of Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert ing Bordeaux wine estates,
with Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra and due to be presented to global
Opera In The Park by Singapore Lyric Opera. merchants in the region this
Last but not least, is singer Zamil. He earned week, is looking “heteroge-
the position as one of the top 12 finalists neous” following a combi-
in the show Malaysian Idol, and has since nation of spring frosts in some areas and
released two solo singles. A multi-talented an otherwise relatively good growing
artiste, he is also a television host, master of season, according to a report from the
ceremonies and actor. Catch this performance London-based online wine market Liv-ex.
tonight from 9, at No Black Tie, Jalan Mesui, Demand for Bordeaux “en primeur”
Kuala Lumpur. Tickets are priced at RM64 futures, the system by which wine is sold
and available at www.noblacktie.com.my. to merchants and customers while still Wine being poured during a tasting of the 2016 vintage Bordeaux primeurs at Chateau La Lagune in
maturing in barrels before physical de- Ludon-Medoc on April 4, 2017. Professionals from all over the world, in Bordeaux this week to taste the
livery, has been under pressure due to 2016 vintage at Bordeaux’s en primeur, agree that the 2016 vintage is ‘excellent’ and expect grand cru
volatile prices and a run of mediocre or wines at ‘reasonable’ prices.
poor vintages between 2011 and 2013.
A price rally over the past two years,
combined with critical acclaim for the
2015 and 2016 vintages, has helped to share fell to 68% of overall trade by value fine wine market overall, with the Fine
restore buyer confidence. compared with 96% in 2010, while the Wine 1000 Index, the broadest measure
“The general mood around En Primeur share of the top first-growth estates has of the market, climbing 11%. By compar-
has improved from the nadir of 2013,” Liv- also dropped within that total. ison, the narrower Bordeaux 500 Index
ex said in its Navigating Bordeaux 2017 Liv-ex also noted that many top es- rose 7.8% and the Fine Wine 50, tracking
report. “Returns from recent campaigns tates tended over the past two years exclusively first-growth estates, was up
EVERY week, The Brasserie at St Regis Kuala have been mostly positive, potentially to hold back an increasing proportion 5.3%, partly a consequence of sterling’s
Lumpur features a new menu, featuring a se- helping to rebuild confidence in the of their output for sale after the initial movement against the euro and US dollar.
lection of flavoursome appetisers and mains. system.” en primeur stock release. “On the one “The start of 2018 has largely seen
Enjoy this three-course Exclusive Business Liv-ex noted that the vintage is coming hand it may be simply part of a normal these themes continue,” Liv-ex said.
Lunch every Monday to Friday, from noon on sale at a time when Bordeaux’s market restocking cycle,” Liv-ex said. “On the “Currency volatility has subsided, but
to 3pm, at RM150 nett per person. Make a share has been dropping, while other ar- other, it is possible that the strategy of the weaker [US] dollar has dampened
reservation now at www.stregiskualalumpur. eas such as Burgundy and northern Italy restricting supply is intended to help demand from the Far East and the US,
com/thebrasserie. have seen demand growing. Liv-ex data maintain price levels.” undoubtedly contributing to faltering
show that last year, Bordeaux’s market Liv-ex said 2017 was positive for the price momentum.” — Bloomberg
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TRAVEL BY TAN HEE HUI

Chin-chin in Bangkok
A DYNAMIC metropolitan, Bangkok is
constantly evolving, surprising visitors
with new highlights. In the evenings, it
is heaving with greater action, especially
at the bars and clubs found all over the
capital. As each of these hotspots offers
a unique experience, you will be spoilt
for choice. Here are our recommenda-
tions on where to pull up at a table, kick
back and chin-chin (bottoms up) with
inimitable drinks in hand.
Namsaah Bottling Trust
401 Silom Soi 7, Bangkok
Housed in a shocking pink, 100-year-
old bungalow, the two-storey structure
was originally given to an aide-de-camp
at the royal court. It then served as a
clubhouse for a bank before being an
office for a soda water company, hence
the name.
The premises’ latest reincarnation
has been spruced up with bright reds,
yellows and blues, and decorated with
antique mirrors, erotic lithography, Chi-
nese parchments and old brass fans. The
result: a look akin to a colonial-style
gentlemen’s club and an opium den.
Namsaah Bottling Trust is renowned
for cocktails, many of which are unique
interpretations of classics such as the
Sex on the BTS made using vodka, peach Cloud9 offers awesome aerial views of bustling
schnapps, cranberry and orange. Must- Sathorn area.
tries include the Krungthep Cosmo —
filled with Absolut mandarin, triple sec,
cranberry and citrus; and Sangsom Salt- Eat Me
ed Caramel Whisky Sour with flavours 20m off Convent Road (in Soi Pipat 2),
aptly described by its moniker. Silom, Bangkok
This 20-year-old place predated the rise of
Cloud9 Bangkok’s cocktail bar trend. The three-floor
9/F, 188-188/1 Soi Pipat Silom 2, Nara- restaurant and bar not only offers delicious
dhiwas Rajanagarindra Road, Bangkok food but also Thai cuisine-inspired drinks such
This no-frills rooftop bar at the Haven’t as the Laab-Moo, a vodka cocktail with shallot,
Met Hotel offers awesome aerial views mint, cilantro, roasted rice and Serrano ham. Eat Me has a well-stocked bar and serves Thai cuisine-inspired drinks.
of bustling Sathorn area. The best seats We couldn’t resist signature cocktails such as
in the house are those facing an entire the delightful Passion Fruit Caipiroska and
street with high-rise buildings and a the refreshing Ginger and Longan Mojito does not distract from the outlet’s cocktail crystal decanter, along with a scroll in-
BTS rail line. Amid the outlet’s exposed industrial menu called “The Book of Botanicals”, with scribed with the recipe.
The beverage menu includes sig- beams, dark wood, muted lighting and a each drink described according to liquor Other masculine cocktails include a
nature cocktails such as the perky Red downtempo soundtrack, the cosy dining room and specific botanicals used. barrel-aged negroni and a refined Vieux
Velvet combining tequila with triple upstairs has a well-stocked bar at the front, The outstanding concoctions available fea- Carre made from Bulleit rye whisky, Hen-
sec, pomegranate syrup and a sour mix, flanked by an outdoor patio for those prefer- ture local ingredients. For instance, the Ginger nessy VS, DOM Benedictine liqueur,
complete with a rim of salt and rose- ring an al fresco experience. Eat Me also ca- Gimlet uses freshly grated ginger cooked sous sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters, Pey-
mary and topped with pomegranate. ters to wine lovers with impressive selections vide with gin for four hours before serving. chaud’s bitters and served in a crystal
For something mellower, the Last Sere- from Down Under and Napa Valley, all with The result is a robust ginger counterbalanced tumbler with a thick piece of ice.
nade — a blend of gin, elderflower and a nod to the outlet’s owners’ backgrounds. by the use of lime and Tanqueray gin, further
cucumber syrups, lime juice, angostura enhanced with kaffir lime leaf. Bottles of Booze
bitters and Schweppes tonic, topped Vesper The namesake cocktail, the Silver Vesper 178 Narathiwat Ratchanakarin Road,
with a garnish of cucumber — is rec- 10/15 Convent Road, Silom, Bangkok — a staple in the menu — will appeal to pur- Silom, Bangkok
ommended. Named after James Bonds’ famous Martini, ists with its punchy yet clean flavours. This Packed with excellent brews, and regular
The music here changes daily, but it this swish cocktail bar’s attention-grabbing strong vodka Martini tipple is infused with drink deals, this craft beer bar built in the
is usually soul, hip-hop, techno, main- interior combines bare bricks, marble and chamomile and orange bitters, and served form of a little box emphasises quality of-
stream pop or all of the aforementioned. dark wood. However, the retro-chic look with pageantry — it comes in a single-serve ferings, whether those found in the refrig-
erator or on the shelves. A slender counter
with 12 seats line the centre of the outlet,
and another counter with six seats along
a large window facing the Chong Nonsi
BTS station. A food truck parked next to
the bar serves as an external kitchen.
Drink your way around the world with
cult favourites such as Oskar Blues IPA,
Stone Go To IPA and Heretic Lager sold
alongside local names including Yod
Beer Bearnana Stout and Chalawan Pale
Ale. Try Thai-made spirits such as Lam-
oon and Lamai rums — officially “white
spirits” — made from sugar cane in Lam-
phun province. There’s a 50 Thai baht
(RM6.21) surcharge for every brew you
Namsaah Bottling Trust’s cocktails are interpretations of classic concoctions. Vesper is named after James Bonds’ famous Martini. buy to drink inside, but the fee is waived
when you order up to any six bottles.
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Overcoming long odds IN BRIEF


Amirul: Weightlifting
should be reinstated in
list of national core sports
SEPANG: National weightlifting
squad manager for the 2018
Roma dump Barcelona out of Champions League with a stunning win Commonwealth Games in
Gold Coast, Australia, Amirul
Hamizan Ibrahim, urged the
BY R I C H ARD MA RT I N the Olympic Stadium. National Sports Council to re-
Captain De Rossi converted a instate the sport in the list of
ROME: AS Roma pulled off one of penalty in the 58th for the hosts after national core sports. He said if
the great Champions League come- Dzeko was fouled by Gerard Pique, the sport was not reinstated, it
backs by knocking Barcelona out giving Roma a deserved second goal would be a loss for the country,
with a remarkable 3-0 win in their after Dzeko and his Czech strike and feared that all develop-
quarter-final second leg on Tues- partner Patrik Schick missed two ment programmes carried out
day, overcoming a 4-1 deficit from clear chances each before the break. in the states would be in vain.
the first game to reach the last four “This would be a great triumph “If we look at what have been
on away goals. for any team, but for Roma and achieved by weightlifting ath-
Roma’s Kostas Manolas headed considering our story in European letes [in Gold Coast] this time,
the decisive third goal in the 82nd competitions, it’s truly incredible,” it is indeed a must to re-include
minute, putting the Italians in the De Rossi told reporters. [it in the list], because we have
semi-finals for the first time since they “We knew it would be difficult, many effective development
reached the European Cup final in but we had that little bit of belief. programmes throughout the
1984 and making amends for his own The first leg showed us Barcelona country.” — Bernama
goal in the first leg at the Nou Camp. had a lot of quality, but not as much
Roma forward Edin Dzeko as a few years ago. We knew the gap Horton not likely to focus
opened the scoring when he beat between us and them wasn’t 4-1.” on 1,500m freestyle
the offside trap and latched onto It was a reversal of fortune for Bar- GOLD COAST: Australia’s Com-
a perfectly weighted through ball celona who last term pulled off the monwealth Games 400m free-
from Daniele De Rossi to score in greatest comeback in Champions Manolas (left) heading the ball to score Roma’s third goal of the Champions League style champion Mack Horton
the sixth minute, lifting the hopes League history by overcoming a 4-0 quarter-final, second-leg match between Roma and Barcelona at the Stadio Olimpico said he is unlikely to put as
of the boisterous home fans in loss to Paris St Germain. — Reuters in Rome on Tuesday. Photo by Reuters much focus on the 1,500m go-
ing forward after labouring to
third place in the longest dis-
tance in the pool at the Gold

Athletes urged to Salah, Firmino send Liverpool into semi-finals Coast Aquatics Centre. Horton,
who became the first Austral-
ian since Ian Thorpe in 2002
respect visas as to win the 400m at the Games,
BY SIM ON EVANS said his team needed to produce a full time, clinching their third win finished behind countryman
Cameroonians “perfect game” at the Etihad Stadi- against City this season. Jack McLoughlin and Wales’
go missing MANCHESTER: Liverpool reached
the Champions League semi-fi-
um if they were to achieve a famous
comeback and for 45 minutes they
Gabriel Jesus had scored for the
hosts after two minutes to fuel the
Daniel Jervis, who passed him
in the final 300m. “I think my
nals for the first time in 10 years were not far off that level. home fans with hope and Guardi- body is telling me that’s where
BY N I C K MU LVEN N EY as Mohamed Salah and Roberto Yet it was Liverpool whose ap- ola’s side had then launched wave I need to be,” the Rio Olympics
Firmino struck decisive blows to proach turned out to be perfect after wave of attacks to pin Liver- 400m champion said. “Not my
GOLD COAST: Organisers have secure a 2-1 win over Manchester in the circumstances as they fol- pool back. last international 1,500m but I
urged athletes in Australia for City on Tuesday that completed a lowed up some staunch first-half “It was quite difficult tonight, think my focus will shift a bit.”
the Commonwealth Games to 5-1 aggregate victory. defending to level through Salah especially with the start,” said Liv- — Reuters
respect the terms of their entry Trailing 3-0 from the first leg, in the 56th minute and seal the tie erpool manager Juergen Klopp.
visas after Cameroon reported City manager Pep Guardiola had through Firmino 13 minutes from — Reuters Gold Coast meter maids
that a third of their team went cry foul over treatment
missing yesterday. GOLD COAST: The Gold Coast’s
The accreditation to ma- iconic meter maids, famous for
jor multisport games acts as
a short-term visa to the host
Mun Yee-Nur Dhabitah deliver unexpected bronze their flowing locks and gold bi-
kinis, have accused Common-
country and more than 100 wealth games organisers of boot-
athletes overstayed after the ing them off the streets during the
2000 Sydney Olympics. competition. Meter maids chief
Commonwealth Games Roberta Aitchison has slammed
organising committee chair- Games organisers for allegedly
Mun Yee
man Peter Beattie said they had preventing her staff from work-
(left) and Nur
worked hard with the Austral- ing. “The Commonwealth Games
Dhabitah
ian government on the entry for the meter maids has been a
competing in
system and he “encouraged” bullying experience,” the 63-year-
the women’s
the 6,000 visiting athletes and old told AFP. “[The organisers]
synchronised
officials not to breach the terms have directed the council to get
3m springboard
of their visas. us off the streets. We feel a little
at the 2018
“I would simply say enjoy bit like homeless people.” added
Commonwealth
Australia while you are here, Aitchison. — AFP
Games held
this includes Cameroon and
at the Optus From fractured skull to
any other athletes, stay within
Aquatic Centre medal for English boxer
the law and be mindful of the GOLD COAST: National divers Le-
on Gold Coast,
fact that there is a system in ong Mun Yee and Nur Dhabitah GOLD COAST: It was not long
Queensland,
place in this country,” he told Sabri surprised themselves when ago that English boxer Lisa Whi-
Australia
a news conference yesterday. they clinched the bronze medal teside thought that she might
yesterday.
“We would appreciate them in the women’s synchronised 3m have to quit the sport after she
Photo by
sticking within the law, enjoying springboard at the 2018 Common- fractured her skull in a freak fall.
Bernama
themselves, but sticking within wealth Games yesterday. Now the 32-year-old former po-
the law. If they are thinking of According to Nur Dhabitah, she lice officer is a Commonwealth
doing anything other, I would and her senior partner were fully Games medallist with at least a
encourage them not to do it.” aware of the competition from top bronze following victory yester-
The Cameroon team report- divers especially from England, day. “It was my goal to get back
ed to Queensland Police that Canada, and Australia who were here and get to this event so it’s
five boxers and three weight- winners in the World Series. After collecting 58.5 points in place with 264.9 points. just amazing really,” Whiteside
lifters had gone missing from The national duo began well the fourth jump, they were in a “I did not expect a medal at all. said following her split-points
the Athletes’ Village in three when they collected 46.8 points in comfortable position for a silver From the start of the event we did decision victory over Pinki Rani
waves from Sunday to yester- the first jump and 48 points in the medal but the last jump proved to not aim for a medal, so the bronze of India in the Commonwealth
day. — Reuters second before leaping to the second be disastrous and they slumped to was a bonus for us,” Nur Dhabitah Games quarter-finals on Aus-
place after collecting 69.3 points. 42.3 points to take the overall third said. — Bernama tralia’s Gold Coast. — AFP
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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)
1.694 0.700 0.855 0.820 2674 ALCOM 0.820 -0.010 198.5 0.839 7.43 25.00 110.2
Sectorial Movement 1.070 0.470 0.550 0.535 4758 ANCOM 0.535 UNCH 389 0.543 6.24 — 117.1
3.980 2.466 3.350 3.150 6556 ANNJOO 3.160 -0.060 1291.5 3.205 7.79 6.01 1,727.9
INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG 0.551 0.050 0.065 0.055 9342 ANZO 0.065 UNCH 5035.6 0.061 — — 57.3
1.120 0.840 — — 5568 APB 0.880 — — — — 3.41 99.3
KLSE COMPOSITE 1,869.89 8.91 0.48 TECHNOLOGY 34.50 0.70 2.07
4.090 3.300 3.350 3.350 5015 APM 3.350 -0.170 0.1 3.350 16.76 4.33 675.4
KLSE INDUSTRIAL 3,234.95 5.34 0.17 FTSE BURSA 100 12,935.07 85.00 0.66 1.185 0.700 0.780 0.735 7214 ARANK 0.750 0.005 766.2 0.759 6.35 4.33 90.0
CONSUMER PRODUCT 693.88 2.09 0.30 FTSE BURSA MID 70 15,848.34 183.59 1.17 1.278 0.770 0.855 0.835 7162 ASTINO 0.835 -0.005 251.7 0.844 6.63 1.20 228.9
1.185 0.665 0.850 0.850 7099 ATTA 0.850 UNCH 18 0.850 3.25 9.29 177.1
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT 177.12 1.95 1.11 FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP 15,049.06 211.56 1.43
0.455 0.180 0.185 0.185 7181 ATURMJU 0.185 -0.015 5 0.185 — — 11.3
CONSTRUCTION 290.79 -0.37 -0.13 FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING 17,085.09 57.70 0.34 2.483 1.610 1.800 1.750 8133 BHIC 1.800 0.060 18.9 1.757 42.25 2.78 447.2
TRADE & SERVICES 231.61 2.00 0.87 FTSE BURSA EMAS 13,138.09 92.54 0.71 0.570 0.280 0.320 0.320 7005 BIG 0.320 UNCH 32.3 0.320 — — 15.4
0.580 0.395 0.435 0.435 7187 BKOON 0.435 UNCH 6.5 0.435 38.84 — 129.2
KLSE FINANCIAL 18,239.02 138.52 0.77 FTSE BUR M’SIA ACE 5,557.59 51.92 0.94
1.091 0.650 0.670 0.650 0168 BOILERM 0.670 0.010 911.4 0.656 16.50 2.24 345.7
KLSE PROPERTY 1,084.02 10.83 1.01 FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH 13,363.27 65.58 0.49 1.830 1.000 1.090 1.080 6297 BOXPAK 1.080 0.020 11.5 1.084 — — 129.7
KLSE PLANTATION 8,036.85 -64.14 -0.79 FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH 15,169.69 29.81 0.20 1.531 0.850 0.900 0.900 5100 BPPLAS 0.900 0.005 14 0.900 13.18 8.89 168.9
0.316 0.170 0.200 0.200 9938 BRIGHT 0.200 -0.005 15 0.200 — — 41.1
KLSE MINING 936.21 Unch Unch FTSE/ASEAN 40 12,086.29 52.17 0.43
0.800 0.435 — — 7221 BSLCORP 0.530 — — — 15.63 — 51.9
0.365 0.140 0.170 0.155 7188 BTM 0.160 0.005 379 0.164 — — 21.8
3.489 2.380 2.540 2.460 5105 CANONE 2.510 0.050 15.5 2.518 7.58 1.59 482.3
0.035 0.005 — — 5229 CAP 0.010 — — — — — 13.6
2.113 1.440 1.540 1.520 7076 CBIP 1.530 UNCH 44.6 1.535 15.89 3.92 823.5
2.350 1.592 2.000 2.000 2879 CCM 2.000 UNCH 32.1 2.000 36.30 7.50 335.4

Bursa Malaysia Main Market 1.750 1.380


1.240 1.020
1.896 1.550 1.690




1.610
8435
8044
5007
CEPCO
CFM
CHINWEL
1.400
1.080
1.650


0.010


7.6


1.659


9.29


4.36
62.7
44.3
494.2
2.690 1.757 2.480 2.400 5797 CHOOBEE 2.400 0.010 156.7 2.440 6.27 2.50 263.8
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP 1.150 0.850 1.070 1.070 8052 CICB 1.070 0.110 9.5 1.070 15.03 — 53.5
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) 0.070 0.040 0.050 0.050 7018 CME 0.050 UNCH 563 0.050 — — 40.4
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 4.628 3.300 4.400 3.940 2852 CMSB 4.400 0.460 1811.3 4.174 22.16 1.82 4,727.3
0.725 0.360 — — 7120 ACOSTEC 0.390 — — — — — 69.4 0.840 0.320 — — 7986 CNASIA 0.505 — — — 12.41 — 22.9
5.900 4.435 5.580 5.520 7090 AHEALTH 5.520 -0.060 23.1 5.530 14.55 2.17 646.6 1.490 1.080 1.240 1.180 5071 COASTAL 1.180 0.030 235.7 1.228 14.27 1.69 627.3
25.500 15.745 23.000 22.380 2658 AJI 22.680 0.480 19.3 22.51 7.24 1.85 1,378.9 0.451 0.200 0.255 0.230 7195 COMCORP 0.240 0.005 2300.1 0.244 — — 33.6
0.390 0.250 — — 7051 AMTEK 0.285 — — — — — 14.2 1.220 0.670 0.905 0.875 2127 COMFORT 0.875 -0.010 4601.6 0.886 13.61 — 491.7
5.202 3.760 3.960 3.950 6432 APOLLO 3.960 0.040 7 3.957 25.53 6.31 316.8 1.882 1.270 1.420 1.380 5094 CSCSTEL 1.410 0.020 983.6 1.405 8.71 7.09 535.8
1.040 0.800 0.880 0.880 7722 ASIABRN 0.880 -0.015 10 0.880 — — 102.4 0.804 0.545 — — 7157 CYL 0.630 — — — 52.50 6.35 63.0
3.310 2.540 2.740 2.620 7129 ASIAFLE 2.650 -0.090 181.8 2.644 8.03 — 516.1 0.390 0.295 — — 5082 CYMAO 0.295 — — — — — 22.1
45.345 23.100 23.780 23.340 4162 BAT 23.460 0.140 356.1 23.51 13.59 7.20 6,698.5 2.410 2.162 2.280 2.200 8125 DAIBOCI 2.200 -0.080 2.8 2.214 27.74 2.07 721.4
0.120 0.040 0.050 0.045 7243 BIOOSMO 0.045 -0.005 1320 0.046 — — 35.8 2.000 1.000 1.580 1.550 8176 DENKO 1.560 UNCH 599.7 1.568 — — 1,789.4
0.674 0.410 0.445 0.440 9288 BONIA 0.440 UNCH 199.7 0.443 13.79 2.84 354.8 0.460 0.270 0.320 0.315 7114 DNONCE 0.320 0.005 2481 0.318 31.07 — 62.0
1.103 0.810 0.895 0.875 7174 CAB 0.890 0.015 634.2 0.892 8.39 0.56 563.0 0.375 0.165 0.165 0.165 5835 DOLMITE 0.165 UNCH 2.5 0.165 — — 47.0
1.370 0.380 1.140 1.070 7154 CAELY 1.090 -0.010 4394.7 1.108 42.08 0.92 87.2 0.325 0.095 0.105 0.105 5265 DOLPHIN 0.105 UNCH 235.6 0.105 — — 25.6
0.415 0.260 0.305 0.300 7128 CAMRES 0.305 -0.010 85 0.302 9.68 3.28 60.0 1.379 1.138 1.300 1.250 7169 DOMINAN 1.290 -0.010 36.6 1.266 9.13 5.04 213.2
21.000 14.082 19.660 18.860 2836 CARLSBG 19.600 0.760 204.8 19.14 27.09 3.88 5,992.7 2.750 1.302 2.460 2.380 1619 DRBHCOM 2.420 0.060 7074.5 2.424 25.97 0.41 4,678.4
1.440 0.627 1.440 1.390 7035 CCK 1.400 0.020 1951 1.414 15.23 1.43 441.5 1.582 0.950 1.090 1.070 7233 DUFU 1.080 0.020 365.4 1.083 6.94 6.02 189.5
3.050 1.943 2.900 2.860 7148 CCMDBIO 2.860 0.010 298.4 2.880 18.94 2.27 797.8 0.809 0.490 0.530 0.510 8907 EG 0.515 0.005 1661.2 0.519 5.79 — 137.2
2.520 1.900 2.000 1.980 2828 CIHLDG 2.000 0.100 35.8 1.993 8.82 4.00 324.0 1.010 0.700 0.760 0.745 9016 EKSONS 0.760 UNCH 6 0.753 — — 124.8
0.145 0.020 0.085 0.075 5188 CNOUHUA 0.085 UNCH 778.2 0.081 — — 56.8 0.843 0.570 0.620 0.610 7217 EMETALL 0.620 0.020 47 0.612 5.58 4.03 116.7
3.048 2.267 2.500 2.400 7205 COCOLND 2.450 0.050 98 2.467 16.71 5.31 560.6 0.885 0.385 0.485 0.410 7773 EPMB 0.485 0.045 17 0.445 — — 80.5
1.906 1.440 1.530 1.510 7202 CSCENIC 1.530 0.040 56.3 1.527 15.00 6.54 184.4 0.924 0.420 0.475 0.460 5101 EVERGRN 0.460 UNCH 2101.9 0.464 8.61 4.35 389.4
0.095 0.010 — — 5214 CSL 0.010 — — — — — 12.4 1.690 1.139 1.390 1.360 2984 FACBIND 1.390 0.030 9.9 1.366 12.78 2.88 118.4
0.758 0.475 — — 9423 CWG 0.475 — — — 6.78 3.16 60.0 2.862 2.400 2.530 2.430 7229 FAVCO 2.500 0.050 87.3 2.459 8.77 6.00 553.5
0.045 0.025 0.035 0.035 7179 DBE 0.035 UNCH 250 0.035 — — 93.7 0.780 0.490 — — 0149 FIBON 0.600 — — — 20.98 1.83 58.8
1.050 0.827 1.010 1.000 7119 DEGEM 1.010 UNCH 2.3 1.009 8.88 2.48 135.3 2.221 1.950 1.980 1.970 3107 FIMACOR 1.970 UNCH 79 1.973 22.62 6.35 483.2
76.980 54.929 67.100 66.560 3026 DLADY 66.980 -0.020 35.2 66.98 36.42 1.49 4,286.7 1.780 0.980 1.060 1.030 5197 FLBHD 1.050 0.010 78.4 1.050 8.74 5.71 108.4
0.110 0.050 0.065 0.050 7182 EKA 0.055 -0.005 333.9 0.056 — — 17.2 0.679 0.185 0.255 0.240 5277 FPGROUP 0.250 0.010 5790.2 0.250 12.89 2.84 129.5
0.355 0.190 — — 9091 EMICO 0.195 — — — — — 18.7 2.620 0.835 0.980 0.945 7197 GESHEN 0.945 0.010 238.8 0.958 7.22 — 75.6
1.823 1.020 1.240 1.150 7149 ENGKAH 1.240 0.110 1 1.159 62.63 4.84 87.7 0.085 0.035 0.050 0.045 5220 GLOTEC 0.045 UNCH 53263 0.045 — — 242.2
0.365 0.150 0.220 0.205 7208 EURO 0.205 -0.010 3855 0.212 — — 54.8 0.460 0.170 0.210 0.190 7192 GOODWAY 0.200 UNCH 4080.7 0.201 — — 22.1
0.760 0.620 — — 7094 EUROSP 0.750 — — — 34.25 — 33.3 0.130 0.085 0.095 0.090 7096 GPA 0.090 UNCH 184.1 0.090 — — 88.2
34.500 23.137 32.940 32.520 3689 F&N 32.840 -0.020 552.8 32.84 39.72 1.75 12,045.0 0.425 0.220 — — 5649 GPHAROS 0.270 — — — 71.05 — 36.3
1.070 0.830 0.840 0.840 2755 FCW 0.840 UNCH 3.4 0.840 2100 — 210.0 0.250 0.160 0.175 0.175 0136 GREENYB 0.175 UNCH 22 0.175 — 1.71 58.4
0.850 0.370 0.420 0.420 8605 FFHB 0.420 UNCH 41 0.420 11.17 2.86 45.8 1.005 0.585 0.640 0.620 3247 GUH 0.640 0.015 45.4 0.639 — 5.27 177.9
1.931 0.786 1.610 1.440 9172 FPI 1.470 -0.070 1422.8 1.512 8.60 5.44 363.6 1.180 0.710 — — 5151 HALEX 0.900 — — — — — 95.4
1.100 0.690 — — 7184 G3 0.795 — — — — — 327.9 6.640 2.397 6.640 6.420 5168 HARTA 6.610 0.140 5979 6.578 52.84 0.91 21,892.1
2.200 0.898 1.610 1.510 5102 GCB 1.560 0.060 320.7 1.562 8.36 1.60 749.0 19.158 3.752 9.110 8.890 4324 HENGYUAN 8.950 0.020 2807 8.992 2.95 0.22 2,685.0
0.370 0.045 0.255 0.215 5187 HBGLOB 0.225 -0.005 21936.1 0.239 7.55 — 105.3 1.690 0.685 0.875 0.810 5095 HEVEA 0.820 -0.005 2350.7 0.844 6.82 8.90 458.3
23.040 16.632 20.940 20.500 3255 HEIM 20.780 -0.020 49.6 20.79 23.25 4.33 6,277.6 1.136 0.665 0.690 0.680 3298 HEXZA 0.680 UNCH 11.5 0.684 — 7.35 136.3
11.580 8.943 11.020 10.860 3301 HLIND 10.860 -0.100 26.9 10.98 24.98 3.22 3,561.0 0.530 0.295 0.450 0.425 5072 HIAPTEK 0.425 -0.010 4365.2 0.437 — — 567.6
0.957 0.600 0.700 0.685 5160 HOMERIZ 0.690 0.005 55 0.691 7.14 6.09 207.0 1.170 0.375 0.905 0.835 5199 HIBISCS 0.870 0.045 90095 0.865 34.66 — 1,381.8
0.380 0.300 0.335 0.335 7213 HOVID 0.335 UNCH 40.2 0.335 — — 275.0 1.319 0.913 — — 7033 HIGHTEC 1.210 — — — 7.99 2.89 49.1
1.214 1.020 1.050 1.040 5024 HUPSENG 1.040 -0.010 46.9 1.043 18.71 5.77 832.0 1.020 0.640 0.800 0.735 8443 HIL 0.800 0.070 38.5 0.769 19.70 1.56 267.2
0.605 0.320 0.365 0.355 8478 HWATAI 0.355 -0.005 182 0.357 25.00 — 26.6 0.715 0.300 — — 5165 HOKHENG 0.400 — — — 37.04 — 32.0
3.440 2.600 2.990 2.980 5606 IGBB 2.990 UNCH 70.7 2.989 8.46 0.67 2,002.6 0.665 0.030 0.465 0.420 2739 HUAAN 0.420 -0.005 155805 0.447 5.83 — 471.4
4.760 1.330 1.410 1.360 5107 IQGROUP 1.360 UNCH 87.1 1.376 15.37 8.09 119.7 2.750 1.560 1.620 1.560 5000 HUMEIND 1.570 -0.040 99.4 1.569 — 1.27 752.2
1.546 0.870 0.950 0.920 7152 JAYCORP 0.950 0.030 147.4 0.937 6.30 11.58 130.4 0.340 0.135 0.155 0.150 9601 HWGB 0.150 -0.005 678 0.152 — — 48.7
0.731 0.365 0.395 0.380 8931 JERASIA 0.385 UNCH 132 0.386 15.34 1.30 31.6 2.040 1.634 — — 7222 IMASPRO 2.040 — — — 21.07 1.72 163.2
1.699 0.900 1.020 0.970 7167 JOHOTIN 0.970 -0.015 557.3 0.999 9.78 4.12 301.2 0.290 0.110 0.175 0.160 7183 IRETEX 0.160 UNCH 6951.5 0.164 — — 22.9
2.243 0.750 0.810 0.795 5247 KAREX 0.805 0.010 2314.8 0.802 46.80 1.24 806.9 0.085 0.045 — — 7223 JADI 0.055 — — — — — 51.8
3.756 2.050 2.280 2.240 7216 KAWAN 2.250 0.080 167 2.255 27.78 1.74 808.9 0.175 0.125 0.135 0.135 8648 JASKITA 0.135 UNCH 105 0.135 — 7.41 60.7
0.210 0.130 0.135 0.135 8303 KFM 0.135 UNCH 22 0.135 — — 9.2 1.120 0.950 — — 7043 JMR 0.985 — — — — 3.05 124.9
0.863 0.600 0.670 0.650 6203 KHEESAN 0.650 UNCH 10 0.660 25.10 2.31 67.6 0.305 0.145 0.180 0.170 0054 KARYON 0.170 UNCH 852.8 0.173 13.60 1.76 80.9
2.537 1.700 — — 7062 KHIND 1.910 — — — 48.11 0.52 76.5 0.728 0.450 — — 7199 KEINHIN 0.475 — — — 16.73 2.86 51.7
2.160 1.271 — — 0002 KOTRA 1.740 — — — 17.72 2.30 232.5 0.480 0.265 0.300 0.300 6211 KIALIM 0.300 0.035 7 0.300 — — 18.6
0.132 0.057 0.125 0.105 5172 KSTAR 0.120 0.010 14195 0.120 — — 45.7 3.080 2.660 2.710 2.690 3522 KIANJOO 2.710 0.040 19.1 2.702 13.38 1.48 1,203.7
5.469 3.200 3.330 3.300 7006 LATITUD 3.330 0.050 25.5 3.319 8.29 3.60 323.7 2.315 1.360 — — 5371 KIMHIN 1.430 — — — 27.03 3.50 222.5
1.090 0.870 0.955 0.935 9385 LAYHONG 0.940 0.005 528.2 0.940 17.67 0.53 591.9 0.075 0.005 — — 5060 KINSTEL 0.005 — — — — — 5.2
0.760 0.283 0.650 0.625 8079 LEESK 0.635 0.010 756.9 0.640 17.49 2.36 106.6 1.450 0.800 0.950 0.940 9466 KKB 0.950 0.005 85.5 0.945 148.44 2.11 244.9
4.276 2.530 2.780 2.630 7089 LIIHEN 2.630 0.020 391.7 2.682 6.43 6.08 473.4 0.310 0.180 0.220 0.205 7164 KNM 0.215 0.005 21034.5 0.211 — — 509.4
0.820 0.500 0.540 0.520 7126 LONBISC 0.520 0.015 556.6 0.525 14.99 — 97.0 1.700 0.810 1.170 1.100 6971 KOBAY 1.150 0.060 555.7 1.147 11.66 — 117.4
1.847 0.930 0.930 0.930 7085 LTKM 0.930 UNCH 3 0.930 25.91 2.69 121.0 0.245 0.150 0.195 0.185 7017 KOMARK 0.190 UNCH 104.4 0.188 — — 31.2
7.622 4.034 4.960 4.740 7087 MAGNI 4.900 0.220 122.9 4.880 7.27 2.86 797.4 8.790 5.529 7.640 7.600 7153 KOSSAN 7.620 0.020 211.4 7.619 26.53 1.44 4,872.7
0.050 0.010 0.020 0.020 5189 MAXWELL 0.020 UNCH 51 0.020 — — 8.0 1.110 0.410 — — 7130 KPOWER 0.600 — — — — — 45.7
1.266 0.840 — — 5886 MBG 0.910 — — — 38.72 3.30 55.3 5.098 3.970 4.090 4.030 3476 KSENG 4.090 0.060 13.6 4.085 1514 2.44 1,478.4
2.409 1.420 1.750 1.660 3662 MFLOUR 1.720 0.070 1426.3 1.718 13.80 3.78 946.5 0.760 0.380 0.475 0.450 5192 KSSC 0.460 -0.015 418.9 0.466 8.19 4.35 44.2
0.920 0.675 — — 7935 MILUX 0.755 — — — — — 41.1 0.775 0.435 — — 8362 KYM 0.490 — — — — — 73.4
4.658 3.360 3.440 3.430 5202 MSM 3.430 0.010 1 3.432 — 4.08 2,411.2 7.080 3.980 4.280 4.120 3794 LAFMSIA 4.170 0.080 370.3 4.173 — 4.80 3,543.2
0.035 0.030 — — 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 — — — — — 21.2 0.910 0.530 0.620 0.600 9326 LBALUM 0.615 0.035 684.3 0.611 19.40 4.07 152.8
1.826 1.250 1.640 1.640 3921 MWE 1.640 UNCH 88.1 1.640 2.89 1.22 379.8 0.591 0.425 0.580 0.575 5092 LCTH 0.575 UNCH 765 0.575 20.25 4.35 207.0
163.00 77.30 150.50 149.10 4707 NESTLE 150.200 0.100 75.5 150.01 54.54 1.80 35,221.9 6.530 4.140 6.450 6.270 5284 LCTITAN 6.400 0.010 3464.2 6.367 11.98 3.59 14,769.9
4.838 3.190 — — 7060 NHFATT 3.300 — — — 12.20 3.33 248.0 0.985 0.613 0.780 0.740 5232 LEONFB 0.755 -0.005 769.9 0.762 2.91 1.99 234.1
0.130 0.035 0.045 0.040 7139 NICE 0.045 UNCH 71.1 0.042 — — 15.0 0.440 0.215 0.280 0.280 8745 LEWEKO 0.280 UNCH 152.1 0.280 — — 90.1
0.310 0.150 0.175 0.170 7215 NIHSIN 0.170 UNCH 450 0.175 18.28 — 54.7 0.080 0.005 — — 2887 LIONDIV 0.005 — — — — — 7.0
0.836 0.490 0.540 0.520 5066 NTPM 0.525 -0.005 116.8 0.529 15.44 3.81 589.7 1.670 0.715 1.080 1.020 4235 LIONIND 1.040 0.030 3774.7 1.047 5.20 — 746.6
1.765 0.900 0.950 0.935 7107 OFI 0.945 0.045 18.8 0.944 15.91 3.70 226.8 0.740 0.390 0.475 0.440 9881 LSTEEL 0.455 UNCH 209.7 0.457 7.43 — 58.3
6.705 6.060 6.310 6.280 4006 ORIENT 6.300 UNCH 141.9 6.297 9.95 1.90 3,908.5 0.160 0.075 0.090 0.090 5068 LUSTER 0.090 UNCH 2270 0.090 33.33 — 177.8
5.467 2.836 4.810 4.680 7052 PADINI 4.800 0.150 1901.9 4.770 20.30 2.08 3,158.0 4.660 3.000 — — 9199 LYSAGHT 3.400 — — — 7.93 2.06 141.4
40.631 32.085 34.300 34.300 3719 PANAMY 34.300 0.060 85.6 34.30 15.73 3.41 2,083.6 1.400 0.705 0.970 0.900 5098 MASTEEL 0.905 0.020 19183.3 0.931 5.18 — 386.7
0.650 0.385 0.420 0.385 5022 PAOS 0.385 -0.015 11.2 0.410 45.29 4.16 69.7 0.775 0.545 0.585 0.570 7029 MASTER 0.585 0.005 72.1 0.575 8.10 3.42 32.0
0.585 0.265 0.325 0.295 9407 PARAGON 0.305 -0.025 3 0.308 — — 21.4 1.407 0.993 1.110 1.080 5152 MBL 1.100 UNCH 104.1 1.097 10.22 1.82 111.2
0.401 0.200 0.250 0.235 6068 PCCS 0.245 0.005 650.9 0.244 5.08 — 51.5 0.870 0.665 0.720 0.665 7004 MCEHLDG 0.720 0.025 47.9 0.670 90.00 — 32.0
0.975 0.660 0.690 0.670 5231 PELIKAN 0.690 0.010 174.9 0.684 12.75 — 381.8 0.390 0.190 0.210 0.205 3778 MELEWAR 0.210 -0.005 241.4 0.209 — — 47.4
0.707 0.561 0.585 0.585 9997 PENSONI 0.585 0.005 10 0.585 10.10 3.42 75.9 0.789 0.550 — — 5223 MENTIGA 0.570 — — — 26.03 1.75 39.9
0.235 0.150 0.150 0.150 4081 PMCORP 0.150 UNCH 19 0.150 — — 116.0 1.837 1.600 — — 6149 METROD 1.680 — — — 8.74 3.57 201.6
0.781 0.472 0.530 0.510 5080 POHKONG 0.530 0.010 39 0.521 6.83 1.89 217.5 1.235 0.426 0.525 0.510 5001 MIECO 0.515 0.025 3120.6 0.516 5.64 1.94 270.4
2.048 1.150 1.250 1.180 7088 POHUAT 1.210 -0.020 280.1 1.212 5.85 5.79 282.2 0.170 0.090 0.100 0.095 7219 MINETEC 0.095 -0.005 1596.7 0.095 — — 69.5
19.380 16.169 18.580 18.420 4065 PPB 18.480 -0.060 1240.7 18.47 18.17 1.62 21,908.0 0.598 0.426 0.450 0.440 5576 MINHO 0.450 0.005 55 0.445 8.18 1.67 98.9
0.691 0.461 — — 7190 PPG 0.470 — — — — 4.26 47.0 4.237 2.710 2.860 2.800 5916 MSC 2.860 0.060 25.9 2.821 18.08 2.80 286.0
1.623 0.550 0.675 0.660 8966 PRLEXUS 0.675 0.020 510.5 0.670 7.65 3.33 121.6 2.470 1.140 1.980 1.920 3883 MUDA 1.930 0.030 1576.3 1.944 10.02 1.55 588.7
1.133 0.820 0.860 0.840 7134 PWF 0.860 0.020 43.3 0.851 7.78 3.99 149.2 1.030 0.340 0.430 0.415 5087 MYCRON 0.425 0.015 379.4 0.422 4.61 — 120.5
2.566 1.150 1.440 1.380 7237 PWROOT 1.390 -0.050 3013.6 1.400 15.80 8.27 459.0 0.355 0.090 0.295 0.260 5025 NWP 0.270 -0.005 24348.1 0.280 — — 105.9
5.180 3.820 5.180 5.070 7084 QL 5.180 0.130 669.1 5.152 39.24 0.63 8,404.2 1.163 0.705 0.750 0.740 4944 NYLEX 0.750 0.015 102.1 0.744 6.40 2.67 145.8
0.628 0.490 0.500 0.490 9946 REX 0.490 -0.020 3 0.497 326.67 1.02 120.8 1.897 1.270 1.370 1.340 7140 OKA 1.370 0.040 27.4 1.360 8.24 4.01 224.1
1.868 0.540 0.655 0.625 0183 SALUTE 0.630 -0.010 756.8 0.640 15.59 3.81 244.4 1.760 0.978 1.460 1.390 5065 ORNA 1.400 -0.020 354.7 1.422 6.64 2.86 105.4
1.036 0.300 0.410 0.385 5252 SASBADI 0.405 0.030 4553.1 0.401 20.77 1.65 169.7 0.130 0.043 0.085 0.075 7225 PA 0.080 -0.005 6446.9 0.079 — — 136.3
0.590 0.325 0.420 0.420 5157 SAUDEE 0.420 UNCH 41 0.420 27.10 — 55.4 8.600 6.563 8.540 8.450 5183 PCHEM 8.510 0.060 10310 8.504 16.51 3.17 68,080.0
0.707 0.550 0.570 0.560 7180 SERNKOU 0.560 UNCH 15 0.563 20.29 — 134.4 1.640 1.130 1.190 1.150 5271 PECCA 1.160 UNCH 188.2 1.163 20.32 4.31 218.1
1.340 0.590 0.830 0.800 7165 SGB 0.830 0.030 21 0.816 — — 164.8 7.901 3.450 3.640 3.640 5436 PERSTIM 3.640 0.090 2 3.640 14.07 10.99 361.5
1.614 0.780 0.810 0.810 7412 SHH 0.810 -0.030 9.2 0.810 — 6.17 40.5 19.276 15.638 18.340 18.000 6033 PETGAS 18.000 -0.100 154.1 18.02 19.87 3.67 35,617.2
1.034 0.480 0.535 0.515 7246 SIGN 0.515 0.010 600.4 0.522 6.09 4.85 123.8 15.060 6.092 9.060 8.850 3042 PETRONM 8.910 0.270 504.2 8.917 5.94 2.47 2,405.7
0.830 0.380 0.600 0.435 8532 SINOTOP 0.520 0.100 526 0.538 — — 205.3 1.510 1.310 — — 3611 PGLOBE 1.350 — — — 105.4 — 252.0
0.865 0.420 0.545 0.540 9776 SMCAP 0.545 0.090 10 0.541 2.13 — 33.3 2.466 1.340 1.500 1.400 7095 PIE 1.410 -0.030 1549.3 1.430 11.27 1.70 541.5
0.385 0.260 — — 7943 SNC 0.280 — — — — — 18.5 5.453 1.655 4.000 3.980 7172 PMBTECH 3.980 -0.020 16 3.991 29.64 1.01 318.4
2.548 2.130 2.330 2.320 7103 SPRITZER 2.330 0.030 94.9 2.329 16.74 2.48 489.3 5.807 2.496 4.840 4.730 8869 PMETAL 4.780 0.110 6452 4.777 29.63 1.26 18,485.6
1.340 1.050 1.160 1.140 7186 SWSCAP 1.160 0.020 51.7 1.154 19.63 0.86 169.2 0.565 0.470 — — 6637 PNEPCB 0.510 — — — 27.87 — 67.1
0.603 0.285 0.315 0.305 7082 SYF 0.305 UNCH 123.3 0.310 14.66 4.92 188.9 0.995 0.305 0.515 0.490 8117 POLY 0.500 0.015 121.9 0.496 2.25 — 80.0
0.470 0.320 — — 7211 TAFI 0.320 — — — — — 25.6 0.973 0.540 0.640 0.585 8273 PPHB 0.610 0.025 12.9 0.590 7.39 — 115.1
1.928 1.290 — — 4405 TCHONG 1.680 — — — — 1.19 1,129.0 1.458 0.810 0.905 0.890 9873 PRESTAR 0.890 0.010 151 0.896 3.97 4.49 182.2
0.662 0.315 0.335 0.330 7200 TEKSENG 0.330 -0.005 398.2 0.332 4.16 6.06 114.9 1.110 0.840 0.880 0.850 7168 PRG 0.880 UNCH 7 0.859 60.69 0.57 266.5
1.140 0.800 0.940 0.900 7252 TEOSENG 0.905 -0.025 19.9 0.911 78.02 1.66 271.5 0.330 0.145 0.210 0.190 7123 PWORTH 0.200 UNCH 27588 0.201 22.22 — 204.7
1.455 0.930 0.930 0.930 9369 TGL 0.930 -0.005 5 0.930 8.92 5.38 37.9 1.250 0.745 — — 7544 QUALITY 0.890 — — — — — 51.6
1.020 0.510 0.640 0.600 7230 TOMEI 0.600 -0.040 5.1 0.601 5.13 — 83.2 0.750 0.460 — — 7498 RALCO 0.580 — — — — — 24.3
0.490 0.365 — — 7176 TPC 0.365 — — — — — 85.3 5.870 5.310 5.850 5.840 7765 RAPID 5.840 -0.020 82 5.846 201.3 — 624.3
6.980 4.700 6.480 6.130 4588 UMW 6.180 -0.260 253.7 6.208 — — 7,220.1 0.610 0.245 0.335 0.300 5256 REACH 0.335 0.045 6017.3 0.317 — — 367.3
2.680 2.075 2.450 2.450 7757 UPA 2.450 UNCH 2.9 2.450 4.99 3.27 195.0 0.655 0.285 0.330 0.330 7232 RESINTC 0.330 0.025 19.3 0.330 6.23 3.64 45.3
2.470 0.883 1.480 1.450 7203 WANGZNG 1.480 0.020 47.1 1.459 22.19 2.70 236.8 1.580 0.908 1.340 1.270 9741 ROHAS 1.320 0.050 47.2 1.302 — 0.76 623.9
0.210 0.060 0.145 0.140 5156 XDL 0.140 UNCH 310.9 0.144 18.18 — 189.3 0.838 0.530 0.585 0.560 7803 RUBEREX 0.585 0.035 10.2 0.561 10.77 2.99 147.5
0.665 0.430 0.600 0.590 7121 XIANLNG 0.600 0.005 451.6 0.598 1200 — 48.0 5.194 3.780 3.880 3.880 5134 SAB 3.880 UNCH 1.5 3.880 12.92 1.29 531.3
0.100 0.020 — — 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 — — — — — 26.7 8.490 5.839 6.450 6.300 9822 SAM 6.400 0.290 20.2 6.362 13.59 1.61 865.1
2.822 2.030 2.110 2.100 5584 YEELEE 2.110 0.020 26.2 2.103 10.18 2.13 404.3 0.957 0.740 0.770 0.770 7811 SAPIND 0.770 UNCH 3.5 0.770 18.20 6.49 56.0
1.522 1.009 1.060 1.040 5159 YOCB 1.040 0.010 67.3 1.043 7.49 4.81 166.4 1.237 0.510 0.575 0.550 5170 SCABLE 0.575 0.025 74.1 0.568 — 5.22 182.3
3.190 2.161 2.400 2.400 7178 YSPSAH 2.400 0.010 4.5 2.400 15.96 2.92 329.1 3.356 1.370 1.660 1.560 7247 SCGM 1.600 0.010 493.2 1.620 13.26 3.75 309.8
2.111 1.370 1.500 1.490 5131 ZHULIAN 1.500 0.020 34 1.499 13.07 4.00 690.0 0.740 0.500 0.600 0.600 9237 SCIB 0.600 0.065 15.9 0.600 — — 51.5
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 9.738 7.285 7.790 7.530 4731 SCIENTX 7.740 0.220 331 7.693 13.26 2.07 3,784.3
1.393 0.930 1.060 1.020 0012 3A 1.040 -0.020 370.1 1.043 11.93 1.73 511.7 0.345 0.240 0.260 0.240 7239 SCNWOLF 0.240 -0.015 11 0.258 7.25 — 23.1
0.210 0.090 0.120 0.105 7086 ABLEGRP 0.110 0.010 1941.3 0.110 — — 29.0 1.660 0.530 0.600 0.585 7073 SEACERA 0.595 0.010 899.3 0.592 28.07 — 223.5
0.430 0.270 0.335 0.335 7131 ACME 0.335 -0.045 5 0.335 10.63 — 80.0 0.210 0.120 0.150 0.140 5145 SEALINK 0.140 UNCH 91.9 0.143 — — 70.0
0.975 0.520 0.590 0.585 7191 ADVENTA 0.590 0.010 1.1 0.586 147.5 — 90.1 0.765 0.380 — — 5163 SEB 0.400 — — — 6.27 — 32.0
2.307 1.900 — — 9148 ADVPKG 1.920 — — — 31.22 3.13 39.4 1.410 0.549 0.895 0.835 5181 SIGGAS 0.860 0.020 986.8 0.862 38.05 0.93 161.3
0.220 0.125 0.140 0.135 7146 AEM 0.140 0.005 194 0.135 — — 41.9 1.040 0.600 — — 7115 SKBSHUT 0.600 — — — 8.11 — 24.0
0.580 0.375 0.415 0.400 5198 AFUJIYA 0.405 -0.035 272.8 0.400 11.60 — 72.9 2.350 1.209 1.630 1.580 7155 SKPRES 1.590 0.010 3585 1.598 14.70 2.61 1,987.8
0.580 0.310 0.315 0.315 2682 AISB 0.315 0.005 12.2 0.315 7.09 — 45.5 2.168 1.000 — — 7248 SLP 1.000 — — — 16.26 4.50 317.0
0.903 0.500 0.555 0.535 7609 AJIYA 0.555 0.025 219.1 0.545 12.39 1.80 169.0 0.700 0.390 0.480 0.480 7132 SMISCOR 0.480 0.005 0.2 0.480 — — 21.5
0.495 0.080 0.315 0.270 9954 AKNIGHT 0.310 -0.035 410.8 0.300 — — 18.0 2.580 1.247 1.960 1.840 5665 SSTEEL 1.870 UNCH 929.9 1.905 5.00 1.60 810.2
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
2 6 Markets T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

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)
0.300 0.150 0.180 0.180 7143 STONE 0.180 0.020 5 0.180 — — 16.2 0.480 0.180 0.225 0.205 5255 ICON 0.220 0.010 4430.9 0.215 — — 259.0
1.420 0.910 — — 6904 SUBUR 0.920 — — — — — 192.3 6.330 5.420 6.130 5.990 5225 IHH 6.060 0.030 2745.8 6.096 53.63 0.50 49,932
2.128 0.770 0.830 0.815 7207 SUCCESS 0.830 0.045 34.8 0.826 6.21 3.01 206.3 0.885 0.600 0.605 0.600 5614 ILB 0.600 -0.015 44.5 0.603 — — 117.0
2.918 0.995 1.310 1.230 7235 SUPERLN 1.260 -0.030 505 1.262 11.59 2.78 201.6 0.905 0.670 0.880 0.880 5673 IPMUDA 0.880 0.020 10 0.880 — — 63.8
2.920 1.646 2.700 2.610 7106 SUPERMX 2.670 0.020 3620.2 2.670 20.00 2.25 1,816.0 1.948 1.600 — — 0058 JCBNEXT 1.630 — — — 33.82 1.23 227.6
3.750 2.980 3.270 3.230 5012 TAANN 3.270 -0.010 103.8 3.244 12.20 4.59 1,454.6 0.400 0.290 — — 8672 KAMDAR 0.350 — — — 15.49 — 69.3
0.415 0.250 0.335 0.280 5149 TAS 0.330 0.050 1744.7 0.317 — — 59.4 1.862 1.440 1.480 1.460 6491 KFIMA 1.480 0.030 41.8 1.471 26.24 6.08 417.7
13.373 7.780 8.000 7.800 4448 TASEK 7.900 0.120 9 7.896 975.3 5.06 976.6 0.900 0.522 0.715 0.705 0151 KGB 0.715 0.015 216.2 0.713 13.34 1.40 175.5
0.290 0.100 0.115 0.115 5178 TATGIAP 0.115 UNCH 20 0.115 — — 19.6 1.480 0.630 0.680 0.670 5035 KNUSFOR 0.670 -0.030 4 0.678 — — 66.8
1.480 0.510 0.610 0.575 7097 TAWIN 0.590 0.015 508.4 0.590 14.22 — 37.9 1.134 0.840 0.945 0.920 5878 KPJ 0.930 -0.010 963.9 0.930 24.87 1.86 3,982.1
2.150 1.010 1.070 1.050 7439 TECGUAN 1.060 -0.030 36 1.059 — — 42.5 1.540 1.170 1.320 1.290 5843 KPS 1.310 0.030 334.9 1.309 11.59 3.24 653.7
4.570 2.400 2.670 2.580 7034 TGUAN 2.580 UNCH 200.9 2.630 7.22 4.65 351.6 0.880 0.485 0.605 0.570 9121 KPSCB 0.570 UNCH 1630.1 0.588 7.20 — 84.3
2.140 1.370 — — 7374 TIENWAH 1.390 — — — — 4.32 201.2 0.205 0.090 0.115 0.105 4847 KTB 0.110 -0.005 669.7 0.110 — — 44.3
0.750 0.550 — — 7854 TIMWELL 0.640 — — — 27.83 — 57.0 0.602 0.363 0.455 0.440 6874 KUB 0.440 0.005 2795.3 0.446 7.61 2.27 244.8
1.069 0.745 0.835 0.810 7285 TOMYPAK 0.835 UNCH 779.2 0.820 20.32 3.11 350.5 0.315 0.110 0.140 0.140 7170 LFECORP 0.140 -0.010 100 0.140 — — 26.0
4.292 2.660 3.190 3.080 5010 TONGHER 3.100 0.050 67.6 3.137 8.35 12.26 488.0 0.835 0.450 — — 8486 LIONFIB 0.550 — — — 4.01 — 127.4
10.440 4.467 10.380 10.100 7113 TOPGLOV 10.160 0.180 9053.7 10.20 32.95 1.43 12,994.1 0.890 0.585 0.675 0.660 5143 LUXCHEM 0.660 UNCH 625.7 0.668 13.58 3.53 564.2
1.130 0.510 — — 7173 TOYOINK 0.710 — — — — — 76.0 0.372 0.110 0.135 0.125 5078 M&G 0.130 0.005 5614.9 0.129 — 38.46 94.1
0.230 0.155 0.160 0.155 4359 TURIYA 0.160 -0.005 76.5 0.156 — — 36.6 2.006 1.573 1.820 1.790 3859 MAGNUM 1.810 0.010 427.5 1.807 12.47 7.73 2,602.3
3.410 1.622 2.830 2.710 7100 UCHITEC 2.750 UNCH 1303.2 2.791 17.09 5.45 1,236.1 1.225 0.850 0.910 0.890 5264 MALAKOF 0.900 -0.005 4389.6 0.899 14.49 6.89 4,500.0
4.930 1.500 1.710 1.600 7133 ULICORP 1.600 -0.060 86.3 1.682 12.08 3.13 232.3 0.179 0.125 0.140 0.135 3514 MARCO 0.140 UNCH 16 0.135 10.45 3.57 147.6
1.271 0.820 0.900 0.900 7227 UMSNGB 0.900 0.005 9 0.900 9.53 3.33 72.0 6.384 5.300 5.870 5.660 6012 MAXIS 5.870 0.030 580.8 5.837 20.56 3.41 45,848.0
1.680 0.500 0.515 0.505 4995 VERSATL 0.515 UNCH 424.2 0.507 40.23 — 60.4 0.955 0.620 0.670 0.650 5077 MAYBULK 0.660 0.020 106.5 0.655 — — 660.0
3.219 1.725 2.440 2.260 6963 VS 2.340 0.100 11793.5 2.351 16.27 2.78 3,120.5 2.552 1.992 2.450 2.440 5983 MBMR 2.450 -0.050 90.5 2.441 — 1.22 957.7
1.710 0.875 1.500 1.420 5142 WASEONG 1.440 -0.010 695.1 1.450 9.84 0.35 1,115.8 1.193 0.325 0.375 0.350 4502 MEDIA 0.355 UNCH 8218.7 0.363 — — 393.8
0.465 0.240 — — 7226 WATTA 0.290 — — — 5.92 — 24.5 0.603 0.300 0.345 0.325 5090 MEDIAC 0.325 -0.010 4688.6 0.330 14.57 7.69 548.4
2.300 1.724 2.280 2.250 7111 WEIDA 2.280 0.010 37.5 2.262 18.07 1.32 304.0 0.739 0.320 0.390 0.350 7234 MESB 0.360 -0.010 110.4 0.361 — — 29.5
1.618 1.330 1.400 1.350 7231 WELLCAL 1.350 UNCH 265 1.360 19.26 4.58 672.2 3.978 3.100 3.470 3.380 3069 MFCB 3.390 -0.090 70 3.409 8.42 1.47 1,393.0
1.420 0.665 1.100 1.060 7050 WONG 1.080 0.020 146.1 1.079 8.76 — 99.0 1.119 0.603 0.790 0.755 5186 MHB 0.775 0.020 1817.1 0.778 36.38 3.87 1,240.0
0.700 0.500 — — 7025 WOODLAN 0.610 — — — 145.2 — 24.4 0.290 0.135 0.170 0.155 5166 MINDA 0.160 UNCH 1664.5 0.164 — — 198.4
1.980 1.830 1.890 1.880 5009 WTHORSE 1.880 UNCH 4.1 1.887 79.66 5.32 451.2 7.799 6.730 7.240 7.100 3816 MISC 7.140 -0.040 1608.4 7.154 16.11 4.20 31,871.5
0.978 0.625 0.690 0.670 4243 WTK 0.680 0.010 194.2 0.674 — 2.94 327.3 2.586 1.390 1.490 1.410 2194 MMCCORP 1.440 0.040 5518.6 1.444 19.46 2.78 4,384.9
1.269 0.605 0.640 0.605 7245 WZSATU 0.625 -0.005 219.5 0.623 12.53 3.20 218.0 0.440 0.250 0.305 0.300 0059 MMODE 0.300 0.005 266.5 0.300 — — 48.8
0.830 0.695 — — 5048 YILAI 0.745 — — — — — 119.2 0.080 0.040 0.050 0.050 0043 MTRONIC 0.050 -0.005 1153 0.050 83.33 — 48.1
0.415 0.155 0.390 0.375 7020 YKGI 0.380 -0.010 1482.1 0.380 — — 133.3 0.280 0.160 0.185 0.170 3891 MUIIND 0.175 UNCH 2871.6 0.178 — — 513.2
0.692 0.275 — — 7014 YLI 0.300 — — — — 1.67 30.9 2.420 2.000 2.190 2.140 3905 MULPHA 2.140 0.030 67.2 2.162 1.85 — 684.0
CONSTRUCTION 3.030 1.934 2.700 2.610 0138 MYEG 2.690 0.090 18200.5 2.671 43.04 0.63 9,701.0
1.210 0.590 0.685 0.655 5281 ADVCON 0.660 0.010 374.2 0.669 11.74 — 265.4 1.800 1.260 1.560 1.500 5275 MYNEWS 1.520 -0.030 1144.4 1.523 45.37 0.66 1,036.9
1.200 0.670 0.750 0.730 7078 AZRB 0.750 0.025 76.3 0.734 13.69 2.00 398.7 0.910 0.400 0.430 0.420 9806 NATWIDE 0.430 UNCH 14.5 0.423 — — 51.7
0.570 0.300 0.320 0.315 5190 BENALEC 0.315 -0.005 324 0.317 44.37 1.27 255.7 0.465 0.330 0.375 0.370 7241 NGGB 0.375 -0.005 793 0.375 — — 171.9
0.475 0.280 0.315 0.300 5932 BPURI 0.310 UNCH 649.2 0.308 26.05 — 83.7 0.828 0.535 — — 5533 OCB 0.555 — — — — 1.80 57.1
1.121 0.821 — — 8761 BREM 0.885 — — — 7.16 1.69 305.7 0.973 0.735 0.760 0.740 0172 OCK 0.760 0.020 324.2 0.758 26.95 1.32 662.3
1.220 0.870 0.915 0.900 8591 CRESBLD 0.915 0.015 329.9 0.908 5.65 4.37 161.9 0.180 0.105 0.120 0.115 3018 OLYMPIA 0.115 -0.005 975 0.115 10.18 — 117.7
2.086 1.560 — — 7528 DKLS 1.740 — — — 30.26 1.72 161.3 2.020 0.860 1.030 0.975 5260 OWG 1.000 0.025 1023.2 1.004 40.98 — 267.1
1.410 0.930 1.170 1.130 5253 ECONBHD 1.150 0.010 4276.3 1.154 17.69 1.57 1,538.1 1.280 0.380 1.280 1.250 8419 PANSAR 1.260 UNCH 3872.8 1.267 48.46 0.79 388.1
1.439 0.780 0.925 0.885 8877 EKOVEST 0.900 0.005 17801.7 0.905 14.95 2.22 1,925.3 0.728 0.510 0.560 0.550 5125 PANTECH 0.555 UNCH 221.8 0.557 8.95 3.60 414.5
0.992 0.635 0.740 0.720 7047 FAJAR 0.730 0.010 315.1 0.729 6.01 3.42 272.9 0.680 0.380 0.415 0.400 5657 PARKSON 0.400 -0.010 267.5 0.407 — — 437.6
1.335 0.800 0.935 0.865 9261 GADANG 0.890 -0.010 2759.5 0.902 5.01 3.37 588.9 1.288 1.100 1.130 1.120 5041 PBA 1.130 0.010 52.1 1.129 10.04 3.54 374.3
5.392 4.573 5.160 5.120 5398 GAMUDA 5.150 0.020 6545 5.145 18.32 2.33 12,670.2 0.165 0.050 0.070 0.060 6254 PDZ 0.060 -0.005 26887 0.063 — — 39.1
2.160 1.168 1.850 1.740 5226 GBGAQRS 1.770 -0.010 4578.1 1.818 14.73 0.28 827.0 1.250 0.580 0.625 0.600 5133 PENERGY 0.605 -0.015 263.3 0.610 — 3.31 194.7
0.920 0.380 0.460 0.450 5169 HOHUP 0.450 0.005 333.5 0.455 4.16 — 168.7 0.660 0.200 0.295 0.240 7108 PERDANA 0.270 0.030 19636.7 0.270 — — 210.2
1.736 1.390 1.500 1.460 6238 HSL 1.460 -0.040 3.6 1.499 17.26 1.64 850.7 0.090 0.025 0.050 0.045 0047 PERISAI 0.050 0.005 12197.2 0.049 — — 63.0
3.508 2.530 2.900 2.720 3336 IJM 2.820 -0.080 4639.7 2.829 17.76 2.66 10,232.9 0.420 0.170 0.255 0.245 7080 PERMAJU 0.245 0.005 8627.4 0.250 — — 48.0
0.740 0.330 0.415 0.380 5268 IKHMAS 0.390 UNCH 1872.9 0.395 14.34 1.28 212.7 2.070 1.470 1.790 1.710 5219 PESTECH 1.750 0.020 415.7 1.751 14.44 — 1,337.5
0.820 0.532 0.645 0.600 8834 IREKA 0.645 0.015 45.1 0.605 — 3.10 120.4 25.700 20.401 25.440 25.320 5681 PETDAG 25.360 UNCH 568.7 25.364 22.77 2.96 25,194.0
1.840 1.250 1.450 1.420 4723 JAKS 1.420 -0.010 2597.5 1.432 5.28 — 775.2 0.250 0.030 — — 7027 PETONE 0.055 — — — 9.48 — 2.8
0.500 0.210 0.230 0.220 9083 JETSON 0.230 0.005 44.6 0.221 — — 47.5 4.777 3.598 4.200 4.190 7081 PHARMA 4.200 0.020 23 4.200 20.25 4.52 1,091.2
1.935 1.340 1.610 1.530 7161 KERJAYA 1.580 UNCH 212.2 1.584 14.48 1.58 1,962.3 0.125 0.030 0.035 0.035 4464 PHB 0.035 UNCH 643 0.035 — — 57.0
2.430 2.000 2.150 2.140 5171 KIMLUN 2.150 UNCH 81.2 2.148 9.85 3.02 689.4 0.225 0.105 0.145 0.130 7201 PICORP 0.140 0.010 4128.4 0.136 93.33 4.36 92.1
1.680 1.070 — — 9628 LEBTECH 1.070 — — — 157.3 — 146.0 0.420 0.200 — — 7163 PJBUMI 0.205 — — — — — 16.8
0.926 0.555 — — 5129 MELATI 0.695 — — — 32.78 1.44 83.4 5.665 3.080 3.800 3.650 4634 POS 3.770 0.120 1506.9 3.745 39.39 2.84 2,951.1
2.560 1.200 1.330 1.320 8192 MERCURY 1.330 0.020 5 1.326 4.47 9.02 53.4 2.416 1.190 1.630 1.500 5204 PRESBHD 1.620 0.150 1086.1 1.569 43.78 1.70 784.1
0.575 0.260 — — 5006 MERGE 0.320 — — — — — 21.4 2.180 0.690 0.800 0.785 8346 PRKCORP 0.785 -0.015 2.5 0.791 — — 78.5
1.930 1.020 1.430 1.390 7595 MGB 1.420 0.020 228.9 1.419 15.64 — 703.6 0.844 0.650 0.695 0.680 5272 RANHILL 0.680 -0.020 331.4 0.689 7.75 11.47 604.1
1.245 0.570 0.665 0.645 9571 MITRA 0.650 0.010 1400.1 0.655 5.70 7.38 582.6 0.345 0.215 0.260 0.250 0037 RGB 0.255 UNCH 3309 0.257 11.23 2.35 342.3
0.425 0.210 0.235 0.235 5924 MTDACPI 0.235 UNCH 10 0.235 — — 54.4 1.408 0.734 0.870 0.835 5278 RHONEMA 0.865 -0.005 199 0.867 10.33 2.89 143.6
1.670 0.620 0.730 0.680 5085 MUDAJYA 0.730 0.060 162.1 0.698 — — 442.0 0.687 0.350 0.395 0.385 8567 SALCON 0.395 0.010 762.4 0.391 — — 267.7
3.360 2.408 3.090 3.000 5703 MUHIBAH 3.010 -0.090 1019.2 3.032 10.99 1.83 1,451.2 1.270 0.754 1.090 1.050 5147 SAMCHEM 1.080 0.010 97.3 1.070 11.26 2.78 293.8
0.670 0.420 0.435 0.425 7071 OCR 0.435 UNCH 149.1 0.431 38.50 — 127.2 0.295 0.150 0.175 0.160 9113 SANBUMI 0.160 -0.010 29 0.173 — — 36.2
0.719 0.300 0.350 0.325 8311 PESONA 0.330 UNCH 1209.1 0.333 11.50 6.06 229.3 2.100 0.395 0.670 0.545 5218 SAPNRG 0.645 0.110 607914 0.613 — 1.55 3,864.9
1.190 0.900 1.010 0.970 5070 PRTASCO 0.975 0.025 1796.4 0.988 13.69 5.64 414.1 2.313 1.563 1.920 1.870 0099 SCICOM 1.870 -0.050 36.3 1.885 15.67 4.81 664.7
0.215 0.115 0.135 0.130 7145 PSIPTEK 0.135 0.005 1357.5 0.131 10.89 — 47.1 0.403 0.100 0.130 0.120 7158 SCOMI 0.125 0.005 9286.6 0.124 — — 136.7
4.137 3.000 3.050 3.050 9598 PTARAS 3.050 UNCH 10 3.050 29.05 6.56 503.7 0.235 0.090 0.115 0.100 7045 SCOMIES 0.105 -0.005 7733.2 0.106 — — 245.9
1.050 0.460 0.495 0.475 6807 PUNCAK 0.490 0.015 704.2 0.488 — — 220.1 1.563 0.909 — — 7053 SEEHUP 1.270 — — — 66.49 2.13 102.1
1.390 0.680 1.000 0.960 5205 SENDAI 0.980 0.010 4521.6 0.979 8.78 — 765.5 0.730 0.598 0.650 0.640 9792 SEG 0.640 -0.005 117.5 0.643 19.69 5.47 809.1
2.590 1.763 2.340 2.240 5263 SUNCON 2.300 0.060 2537.3 2.296 21.58 3.04 2,973.7 1.750 1.120 1.500 1.480 5250 SEM 1.500 UNCH 80.9 1.497 33.26 1.53 1,850.1
0.375 0.230 0.245 0.245 9717 SYCAL 0.245 -0.005 30 0.245 30.63 — 85.1 3.658 1.727 3.350 3.250 5279 SERBADK 3.330 0.100 2502.1 3.325 14.00 2.04 4,890.1
0.860 0.544 0.700 0.675 5054 TRC 0.685 -0.010 402.8 0.692 11.44 2.77 329.1 3.060 2.040 2.840 2.710 4197 SIME 2.810 0.070 23368 2.814 19.53 6.76 19,110.4
2.600 1.500 — — 5622 TRIPLC 2.430 — — — 8.37 — 168.0 0.720 0.600 — — 9431 SJC 0.610 — — — — 1.64 24.7
0.825 0.460 0.490 0.480 5042 TSRCAP 0.480 0.015 70.5 0.484 10.43 — 83.7 0.588 0.295 0.345 0.340 5242 SOLID 0.345 0.005 63.8 0.341 28.99 0.99 135.0
0.200 0.110 0.145 0.135 7070 VIZIONE 0.145 0.010 8496.9 0.140 46.77 — 535.8 2.048 1.060 1.120 1.090 6084 STAR 1.090 UNCH 197.3 1.100 10.35 11.01 805.0
1.680 0.880 1.000 0.985 3565 WCEHB 0.990 0.005 183.4 0.990 24.15 — 992.7 3.079 2.200 2.200 2.200 9865 SUIWAH 2.200 -0.020 5 2.200 12.87 0.45 134.2
2.467 1.130 1.270 1.220 9679 WCT 1.220 UNCH 11221.7 1.240 10.85 — 1,727.0 0.130 0.045 0.070 0.065 1201 SUMATEC 0.065 UNCH 50780 0.066 — — 276.4
0.805 0.535 0.615 0.605 7028 ZECON 0.610 0.015 308.2 0.609 — — 79.9 1.882 1.460 1.610 1.560 5211 SUNWAY 1.580 0.020 3398.9 1.586 11.82 3.80 7,772.2
0.180 0.085 0.110 0.100 2283 ZELAN 0.100 UNCH 9533.1 0.104 — — 84.5 2.247 1.580 1.700 1.680 6521 SURIA 1.700 0.040 9.9 1.694 9.34 4.12 489.9
TRADING SERVICES 0.335 0.210 0.265 0.255 5173 SYSCORP 0.260 0.005 3852.2 0.258 17.57 — 312.0
0.550 0.325 0.395 0.385 5238 AAX 0.390 0.005 28889.3 0.389 16.96 — 1,617.8 0.665 0.365 0.520 0.490 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.505 0.005 3597.1 0.507 101.0 — 211.8
2.487 1.450 2.060 1.790 6599 AEON 2.000 0.200 3228 1.926 29.15 1.50 2,808.0 1.531 0.740 0.850 0.825 8524 TALIWRK 0.840 0.010 239 0.837 35.00 9.52 1,016.0
0.435 0.175 0.205 0.200 7315 AHB 0.200 0.005 191.8 0.201 2.58 — 35.2 2.638 1.550 1.880 1.840 5140 TASCO 1.850 0.050 15.5 1.857 11.61 2.43 370.0
4.750 2.790 — — 5099 AIRASIA 3.930 — — — 8.00 4.58 13,134.0 16.113 12.878 16.000 15.860 5347 TENAGA 15.860 -0.040 8819.8 15.924 12.09 4.48 89,862.5
9.450 7.004 9.260 9.000 5014 AIRPORT 9.120 0.120 2104.9 9.109 84.76 1.21 15,131.8 1.404 0.810 0.830 0.810 8702 TEXCHEM 0.815 -0.015 253.6 0.821 — 12.27 101.1
0.325 0.110 0.150 0.140 5115 ALAM 0.140 UNCH 7299.1 0.144 — — 129.4 0.150 0.045 0.085 0.070 7206 THHEAVY 0.080 0.005 4440.3 0.078 — — 89.7
0.125 0.070 0.090 0.085 0159 AMEDIA 0.085 UNCH 995.3 0.085 8.85 — 20.4 6.436 4.900 5.650 5.540 4863 TM 5.540 0.050 2410.2 5.620 22.37 3.88 20,819.0
8.038 6.833 7.590 7.500 6351 AMWAY 7.590 0.080 4.1 7.566 23.70 2.64 1,247.7 0.945 0.730 0.760 0.745 0101 TMCLIFE 0.760 0.010 237.4 0.753 47.50 0.22 1,319.7
2.319 2.040 2.090 2.080 7083 ANALABS 2.090 0.050 3 2.087 12.58 0.48 125.5 1.806 0.990 1.060 1.040 8397 TNLOGIS 1.040 -0.010 121.7 1.049 7.28 1.92 478.8
0.055 0.005 0.010 0.010 5194 APFT 0.010 UNCH 10 0.010 — — 13.4 0.935 0.350 0.350 0.350 7218 TOCEAN 0.350 -0.270 0.1 0.350 — — 14.3
0.900 0.670 0.875 0.850 5210 ARMADA 0.870 0.030 17019.3 0.868 14.48 — 5,103.7 1.000 0.685 — — 5167 TURBO 0.770 — — — 30.43 — 83.2
0.220 0.115 0.140 0.130 1481 ASB 0.130 -0.010 5783.5 0.135 — 1.92 120.8 2.679 2.270 — — 7137 UMS 2.350 — — — 17.18 2.55 95.6
2.858 1.741 2.070 1.800 6399 ASTRO 2.040 0.260 3697.7 1.956 13.78 5.88 10,636.3 0.673 0.215 0.305 0.275 5243 UMWOG 0.295 0.020 201221 0.290 — — 2,423.6
4.669 3.862 4.510 4.510 7048 ATLAN 4.510 0.010 2 4.510 32.47 6.87 1,144.0 1.294 0.915 — — 7091 UNIMECH 0.940 — — — 8.79 3.19 123.9
0.365 0.280 0.305 0.300 8885 AVI 0.305 -0.015 49 0.300 — — 261.9 0.700 0.330 0.450 0.360 5754 UTUSAN 0.380 0.020 93 0.379 — — 42.1
1.168 0.640 0.770 0.740 7579 AWC 0.745 0.010 752.9 0.752 9.30 2.68 203.0 1.980 1.180 1.360 1.330 7250 UZMA 1.350 0.050 476.5 1.349 16.58 — 432.0
5.820 4.497 5.320 5.260 6888 AXIATA 5.310 -0.010 855 5.311 52.06 1.51 48,050.7 1.240 0.600 0.910 0.880 7240 VERTICE 0.880 -0.020 17 0.897 — — 127.8
0.630 0.320 0.385 0.370 5021 AYS 0.370 UNCH 269.6 0.375 5.22 6.76 140.8 2.200 1.803 2.040 2.040 5016 WARISAN 2.040 -0.010 0.1 2.040 26.95 1.47 137.1
0.670 0.220 0.270 0.245 7251 BARAKAH 0.255 0.005 4070.9 0.257 — — 210.7 0.630 0.450 — — 7692 WIDETEC 0.630 — — — 19.50 — 28.2
2.415 1.782 2.270 2.230 5248 BAUTO 2.250 -0.020 46.9 2.249 25.03 3.80 2,613.0 3.974 3.052 3.490 3.400 5246 WPRTS 3.400 -0.060 1038.4 3.443 17.80 4.21 11,594.0
0.260 0.125 0.150 0.140 6998 BINTAI 0.145 0.005 76.8 0.140 — — 42.0 1.448 1.020 1.130 1.080 5267 XINHWA 1.080 -0.040 16.5 1.085 21.05 0.93 233.3
6.278 5.662 5.930 5.800 5032 BIPORT 5.930 UNCH 5.1 5.803 17.70 3.54 2,727.8 0.065 0.005 — — 7122 YFG 0.005 — — — — — 3.0
0.415 0.270 0.315 0.305 3395 BJCORP 0.305 UNCH 11478 0.309 — — 1,501.7 4.400 3.041 4.160 3.910 7293 YINSON 4.070 -0.080 443.9 4.072 15.12 1.23 4,448.4
1.889 1.356 1.730 1.680 5196 BJFOOD 1.710 -0.010 31 1.712 — 2.34 653.0 1.550 1.090 1.440 1.420 4677 YTL 1.420 UNCH 2577 1.428 19.56 3.52 15,493.0
0.565 0.255 0.280 0.275 4219 BJLAND 0.275 0.005 512 0.275 130.9 — 1,375.1 FINANCE
0.470 0.165 — — 6025 BJMEDIA 0.225 — — — — — 52.9 4.410 3.539 4.350 4.220 2488 ABMB 4.350 0.090 672.3 4.308 13.42 3.68 6,734.3
2.716 2.021 2.100 2.080 1562 BJTOTO 2.100 0.020 630.3 2.090 10.74 7.14 2,837.2 14.600 11.782 12.420 12.280 5139 AEONCR 12.420 0.120 799.1 12.302 61.79 3.45 3,089.5
0.135 0.065 0.085 0.070 7036 BORNOIL 0.080 0.005 180389 0.077 50.00 — 427.2 2.888 2.193 2.450 2.400 5185 AFFIN 2.440 0.040 391.2 2.433 9.10 2.87 4,740.8
0.755 0.240 0.385 0.355 9474 BRAHIMS 0.355 -0.005 1730.2 0.373 — — 83.9 15.458 10.980 11.000 11.000 1163 ALLIANZ 11.000 UNCH 21 11.000 6.65 1.09 1,933.8
3.005 2.430 2.580 2.560 2771 BSTEAD 2.570 0.010 300.6 2.572 11.27 4.28 5,209.4 5.485 3.610 4.000 3.940 1015 AMBANK 3.980 0.060 4524.7 3.973 9.85 4.42 11,996.5
0.620 0.280 0.340 0.320 5257 CARIMIN 0.330 0.025 1122.3 0.328 — — 77.2 1.950 0.995 1.080 1.050 5088 APEX 1.050 UNCH 118.4 1.059 15.15 4.76 224.2
2.200 1.396 1.630 1.630 5245 CARING 1.630 0.170 10 1.630 20.69 1.84 354.9 4.461 3.760 4.000 3.910 5258 BIMB 3.910 -0.020 148.7 3.927 10.31 3.58 6,621.8
2.828 1.830 1.900 1.890 2925 CCB 1.890 0.030 24 1.894 — 2.65 190.4 7.646 5.962 7.450 7.250 1818 BURSA 7.290 0.050 896.1 7.306 26.30 3.52 5,877.6
1.440 0.675 0.760 0.725 7117 CENTURY 0.750 0.040 1415.3 0.747 19.28 2.00 295.7 7.268 5.126 7.210 7.050 1023 CIMB 7.200 0.160 20632 7.138 14.49 3.47 66,423.9
0.540 0.376 — — 7209 CHEETAH 0.380 — — — — 1.58 48.5 0.705 0.370 — — 2143 ECM 0.500 — — — 147.0 — 143.3
1.441 0.977 1.120 1.110 5273 CHINHIN 1.120 UNCH 92.4 1.111 19.38 3.13 623.2 1.220 1.112 1.200 1.170 5228 ELKDESA 1.190 UNCH 151.1 1.196 12.11 5.67 355.1
0.675 0.420 — — 7016 CHUAN 0.470 — — — 12.91 3.83 79.3 19.847 13.154 19.020 18.620 5819 HLBANK 18.720 0.040 402.4 18.717 16.14 2.46 40,579.7
0.150 0.065 0.080 0.080 5104 CNI 0.080 0.005 2218.3 0.080 — — 57.6 10.100 7.327 — — 5274 HLCAP 9.790 — — — 30.77 1.94 2,417.1
1.110 0.620 0.680 0.630 5136 COMPLET 0.675 0.025 83.6 0.649 12.50 — 83.5 19.600 15.278 19.140 18.980 1082 HLFG 19.140 -0.060 33.3 19.068 13.45 1.99 21,963.5
0.045 0.020 0.025 0.025 5037 COMPUGT 0.025 UNCH 3984 0.025 — — 58.7 1.129 0.735 0.855 0.835 3379 INSAS 0.850 0.020 949.1 0.848 3.19 1.18 589.3
2.820 2.220 2.470 2.400 5184 CYPARK 2.470 0.040 89 2.428 11.16 2.27 645.7 0.400 0.205 0.265 0.255 3441 JOHAN 0.255 UNCH 397.2 0.259 11.92 — 158.9
0.865 0.335 0.395 0.380 5276 DANCO 0.395 0.015 64.9 0.390 10.13 3.80 117.7 0.690 0.520 0.575 0.575 6483 KENANGA 0.575 0.005 4.4 0.575 17.22 3.91 415.5
0.110 0.025 0.035 0.030 0091 DAYA 0.035 0.005 1486.5 0.032 — — 71.5 17.360 16.340 16.440 16.380 8621 LPI 16.420 0.020 79.5 16.406 20.85 3.65 6,541.4
0.920 0.535 0.820 0.760 5141 DAYANG 0.810 0.040 3290.2 0.798 — — 781.5 0.819 0.660 0.685 0.675 1198 MAA 0.685 0.010 10 0.680 7.45 8.76 187.4
1.150 0.720 1.090 1.040 5132 DELEUM 1.040 UNCH 346.8 1.060 12.90 4.09 417.0 3.410 2.920 — — 1058 MANULFE 2.930 — — — 21.17 3.58 592.9
0.775 0.390 0.480 0.455 7212 DESTINI 0.455 0.010 4715.3 0.464 17.11 — 525.6 10.600 8.420 10.600 10.480 1155 MAYBANK 10.600 0.120 26411 10.553 14.60 5.19 115,716.8
3.200 1.747 3.180 3.130 7277 DIALOG 3.160 0.020 14077.5 3.151 37.05 0.84 17,827.6 1.380 1.010 1.200 1.130 1171 MBSB 1.140 -0.040 8002.2 1.154 16.03 2.63 7,010.9
5.233 3.790 3.850 3.820 5908 DKSH 3.820 UNCH 10.3 3.834 11.58 2.62 602.3 2.840 2.190 2.500 2.500 6459 MNRB 2.500 UNCH 5.7 2.500 6.02 — 799.0
0.683 0.335 0.405 0.390 4456 DNEX 0.400 0.005 16889.7 0.399 12.35 1.25 702.9 1.850 1.210 1.340 1.310 5237 MPHBCAP 1.330 -0.010 145 1.320 12.59 — 951.0
1.322 0.765 0.935 0.900 5216 DSONIC 0.915 0.025 1756.3 0.920 18.19 4.92 1,235.3 1.170 1.006 1.080 1.060 6009 P&O 1.080 UNCH 28.1 1.065 — 5.95 309.9
0.295 0.125 0.180 0.165 2097 EASTLND 0.170 UNCH 4641.8 0.171 — — 41.8 24.120 19.303 24.040 23.900 1295 PBBANK 23.960 UNCH 4299.3 23.968 16.91 2.55 93,016.0
0.675 0.280 0.355 0.340 5259 EATECH 0.355 0.020 394.7 0.346 — — 178.9 1.850 1.060 1.390 1.280 9296 RCECAP 1.370 0.110 1227.7 1.340 5.34 2.19 487.7
0.930 0.210 0.675 0.635 5036 EDARAN 0.635 -0.020 151 0.652 — — 38.1 5.610 4.710 5.300 5.250 1066 RHBBANK 5.290 0.040 937.3 5.280 10.87 2.27 21,213.1
0.290 0.115 0.135 0.130 7471 EDEN 0.130 -0.005 590 0.133 — — 40.5 0.708 0.495 0.560 0.535 4898 TA 0.535 -0.010 1089.9 0.546 3.78 3.18 915.9
2.907 1.980 2.240 2.120 1368 EDGENTA 2.220 0.120 412.4 2.200 13.72 5.86 1,846.2 4.080 3.170 3.500 3.400 6139 TAKAFUL 3.430 0.030 40.4 3.461 13.67 4.37 2,827.1
0.505 0.190 0.230 0.220 0064 EFFICEN 0.225 -0.005 213 0.226 — — 159.6 1.620 0.710 0.780 0.760 5230 TUNEPRO 0.765 0.015 1856.8 0.769 12.50 6.80 575.1
0.955 0.585 — — 5081 EIG 0.600 — — — 31.09 5.00 142.3 PROPERTIES
2.051 1.440 1.480 1.450 5208 EITA 1.450 0.010 384.1 1.455 11.37 3.45 188.5 0.824 0.645 0.700 0.680 1007 AMPROP 0.695 0.025 170 0.685 3.91 4.32 423.3
1.508 0.960 1.050 1.010 5056 ENGTEX 1.030 0.030 1778.6 1.018 6.65 1.21 456.6 0.420 0.305 0.330 0.325 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.325 -0.005 31.4 0.326 — 6.15 94.0
0.581 0.435 — — 6939 FIAMMA 0.490 — — — 9.80 3.57 259.7 1.850 1.000 1.020 1.020 5959 AMVERTON 1.020 0.010 4 1.020 15.29 — 372.4
0.465 0.355 0.405 0.400 9318 FITTERS 0.405 UNCH 552 0.401 4050 — 194.6 0.750 0.310 — — 7007 ARK 0.310 — — — 81.58 — 15.1
1.423 1.050 1.120 1.100 7210 FREIGHT 1.120 0.020 30.6 1.107 9.20 4.46 208.5 0.230 0.135 0.150 0.140 4057 ASIAPAC 0.145 0.005 2629 0.147 5.71 — 149.6
0.525 0.217 0.430 0.410 0128 FRONTKN 0.425 0.010 9635.8 0.420 14.86 1.18 447.7 7.600 5.820 — — 2305 AYER 6.050 — — — 36.64 0.83 452.9
0.295 0.150 0.200 0.190 9377 FSBM 0.200 0.020 56.8 0.197 — — 28.3 0.520 0.350 0.410 0.395 6602 BCB 0.410 0.010 67 0.400 18.39 — 169.1
3.013 2.634 2.850 2.780 5209 GASMSIA 2.820 0.020 260.7 2.806 18.60 4.61 3,620.9 0.765 0.425 0.450 0.430 6173 BDB 0.430 -0.040 7 0.443 — 10.47 130.7
0.820 0.465 0.600 0.525 0078 GDEX 0.575 0.050 2603.9 0.574 94.26 0.43 3,221.5 0.600 0.185 0.215 0.200 9814 BERTAM 0.215 UNCH 295.4 0.204 0.71 — 44.5
6.163 4.590 5.030 4.980 4715 GENM 4.990 0.040 8846.5 4.992 24.35 1.80 29,630.8 0.700 0.390 0.425 0.415 3239 BJASSET 0.420 0.005 3148.1 0.418 7.39 — 1,074.4
9.882 8.470 9.040 8.940 3182 GENTING 9.040 0.100 2546.4 9.007 23.55 1.60 34,874.8 1.400 1.000 1.090 1.090 5738 CHHB 1.090 0.060 1 1.090 — — 300.5
0.275 0.185 — — 5079 GETS 0.220 — — — — — 27.7 1.663 1.250 1.260 1.260 6718 CRESNDO 1.260 -0.030 1 1.260 10.07 4.76 353.4
4.414 2.656 4.100 4.000 3204 GKENT 4.020 0.020 1765.8 4.041 18.21 2.36 2,264.3 1.720 1.380 — — 5049 CVIEW 1.530 — — — 5.37 9.80 153.0
0.555 0.340 — — 7676 GUNUNG 0.400 — — — — — 94.5 2.375 2.000 — — 5355 DAIMAN 2.130 — — — 14.39 2.58 452.0
5.526 4.560 5.000 4.870 7668 HAIO 4.990 0.150 319.8 4.939 18.76 3.41 1,498.3 0.811 0.420 0.495 0.470 3484 DBHD 0.485 -0.010 115.1 0.482 8.82 — 154.4
0.335 0.205 0.270 0.250 7253 HANDAL 0.260 -0.005 101 0.262 — — 41.6 0.115 0.065 0.075 0.070 7198 DPS 0.075 UNCH 74.6 0.071 — — 44.1
9.980 8.700 9.800 9.700 3034 HAPSENG 9.700 UNCH 95.3 9.757 21.88 3.61 24,149.9 1.893 1.350 1.440 1.430 3417 E&O 1.440 -0.010 310.5 1.440 16.57 2.08 1,910.5
0.876 0.645 0.695 0.675 2062 HARBOUR 0.680 0.015 33.5 0.681 8.68 2.21 272.3 0.325 0.265 0.300 0.295 3557 ECOFIRS 0.300 UNCH 444.5 0.300 5.86 — 240.9
4.200 3.239 3.950 3.950 5008 HARISON 3.950 UNCH 2 3.950 12.73 6.33 270.5 1.720 0.975 1.110 1.070 8206 ECOWLD 1.080 UNCH 1097.3 1.088 26.87 — 3,179.9
1.910 0.721 1.530 1.470 0185 HSSEB 1.470 UNCH 692 1.508 32.59 0.52 728.9 0.890 0.475 — — 6076 ENCORP 0.505 — — — — — 148.4
0.195 0.050 0.105 0.095 7013 HUBLINE 0.095 -0.005 11441.7 0.100 — — 224.5 3.180 2.500 — — 8613 ENRA 2.650 — — — — — 361.0

* 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 . 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)
1.300 0.850 0.940 0.870 6815 EUPE 0.870 -0.035 0.2 0.905 35.80 — 111.4 CLOSED-END FUNDS
0.833 0.305 0.335 0.320 7249 EWEIN 0.320 0.005 156.3 0.326 8.86 1.56 96.5 2.880 2.400 2.480 2.470 5108 ICAP 2.470 UNCH 11 2.473 121.67 — 345.8
1.270 0.955 1.010 0.995 5283 EWINT 1.000 -0.010 117.5 1.000 — — 2,400.0 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
0.617 0.450 0.470 0.460 6041 FARLIM 0.470 0.015 147.5 0.461 8.42 4.26 66.0 1.153 1.105 — — 0800EA ABFMY1 1.153 — — — — 4.93 1,459.0
0.630 0.450 0.510 0.495 5020 GLOMAC 0.495 -0.005 137 0.499 57.56 5.52 396.0 2.210 1.835 — — 0822EA CIMBA40 1.990 — — — — 3.71 5.4
0.468 0.360 0.380 0.375 9962 GMUTUAL 0.380 0.005 40 0.379 7.18 5.26 142.7 1.845 1.400 1.650 1.635 0823EA CIMBC50 1.650 0.040 0.7 1.646 — — 16.1
0.445 0.240 0.270 0.265 1147 GOB 0.270 UNCH 268 0.270 — 1.85 122.8 1.935 1.750 — — 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.930 — — — — 1.71 3.2
0.150 0.085 — — 7077 GSB 0.105 — — — — — 55.5 1.775 1.685 — — 0828EA GOLDETF 1.720 — — — — — 34.6
1.328 0.850 0.925 0.905 1503 GUOCO 0.920 0.015 22.2 0.914 71.32 2.17 644.4 1.100 0.940 — — 0826EA METFAPA 1.020 — — — — — 19.4
1.430 0.829 1.340 1.280 7105 HCK 1.330 0.060 348 1.308 67.51 — 560.2 0.940 0.820 — — 0825EA METFSID 0.834 — — — — 1.81 44.2
1.210 0.410 0.660 0.640 7010 HOOVER 0.655 0.015 215.9 0.654 20.28 — 26.2 1.015 0.950 — — 0827EA METFUS50 0.960 — — — — — 11.3
1.113 0.440 0.475 0.470 5062 HUAYANG 0.470 -0.005 63.6 0.470 15.02 8.51 165.4 1.200 1.060 — — 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.200 — — — — 1.99 307.6
0.648 0.450 0.490 0.480 4251 IBHD 0.485 -0.005 560 0.481 6.82 3.88 489.0 1.175 1.050 — — 0824EA MYETFID 1.150 — — — — 2.44 33.1
0.953 0.500 0.730 0.610 5084 IBRACO 0.650 -0.110 23.8 0.651 22.97 3.08 322.7 REITS
0.890 0.595 0.620 0.600 9687 IDEAL 0.620 -0.045 7 0.606 4.36 — 68.5 0.912 0.700 0.750 0.720 4952 AHP 0.720 -0.030 2.2 0.723 9.10 7.22 158.4
2.158 1.500 1.550 1.500 5249 IOIPG 1.540 0.040 4775.3 1.534 10.91 3.90 8,479.5 1.502 1.080 1.260 1.210 5116 ALAQAR 1.210 -0.040 36.4 1.236 10.40 6.36 881.2
0.580 0.245 0.290 0.290 5175 IVORY 0.290 0.010 15.9 0.290 10.74 — 142.1 1.003 0.840 0.860 0.840 5269 ALSREIT 0.850 -0.015 195 0.843 12.14 7.06 493.0
3.250 0.780 0.930 0.880 1589 IWCITY 0.895 0.010 10435 0.900 26.64 — 749.5 0.767 0.595 0.610 0.605 5120 AMFIRST 0.605 UNCH 165.9 0.606 17.04 7.02 415.3
0.500 0.255 0.350 0.345 8923 JIANKUN 0.350 UNCH 32 0.345 — — 58.4 0.933 0.825 0.845 0.830 5127 ARREIT 0.845 0.015 73.4 0.839 6.53 6.49 484.4
0.130 0.080 0.085 0.085 6769 JKGLAND 0.085 UNCH 232 0.085 9.55 2.71 193.4 1.168 1.060 1.080 1.080 5130 ATRIUM 1.080 UNCH 27 1.080 14.56 6.85 131.5
0.095 0.055 0.085 0.075 3115 KBUNAI 0.080 -0.005 3793.8 0.080 12.70 — 462.1 1.645 1.190 1.350 1.300 5106 AXREIT 1.300 UNCH 1682.8 1.323 13.22 5.77 1,602.0
1.100 0.805 — — 7323 KEN 0.865 — — — 3.23 2.89 165.8 1.762 0.980 1.160 1.120 5180 CMMT 1.140 UNCH 2809.4 1.135 14.30 7.21 2,326.3
1.310 0.930 0.965 0.940 5038 KSL 0.945 -0.015 139.4 0.951 4.41 — 980.4 1.473 1.103 1.180 1.170 5121 HEKTAR 1.170 UNCH 93.3 1.171 15.29 8.16 540.5
0.260 0.160 0.180 0.170 3174 L&G 0.180 0.010 1663.6 0.175 8.33 — 527.5 1.744 1.460 1.590 1.540 5227 IGBREIT 1.570 0.030 1289.2 1.568 16.04 5.91 5,524.6
1.300 0.950 1.010 1.000 8494 LBICAP 1.000 0.040 16.4 1.003 15.75 3.00 81.6 0.930 0.685 0.740 0.730 5280 KIPREIT 0.740 0.005 91 0.734 11.94 6.99 373.9
1.120 0.774 0.960 0.945 5789 LBS 0.950 0.005 905.4 0.951 13.32 1.92 1,473.1 8.517 6.770 7.210 7.120 5235SS KLCC 7.200 0.050 31.4 7.188 14.81 5.02 12,998.4
0.480 0.275 0.360 0.355 3573 LIENHOE 0.360 -0.005 44 0.360 — — 130.2 1.267 0.995 1.070 1.010 5123 MQREIT 1.070 0.060 1309.2 1.042 16.34 7.84 1,146.8
1.640 1.030 — — 7617 MAGNA 1.140 — — — 28.50 — 381.8 1.711 1.320 1.440 1.410 5212 PAVREIT 1.430 0.020 375.6 1.426 17.33 5.76 4,339.3
1.590 0.980 1.160 1.060 8583 MAHSING 1.080 -0.070 2384.1 1.109 8.61 6.02 2,621.9 1.868 1.480 1.590 1.560 5176 SUNREIT 1.590 0.040 539.2 1.579 10.68 6.09 4,682.7
1.892 0.740 0.860 0.835 6181 MALTON 0.840 UNCH 1108.5 0.845 4.23 2.98 443.6 1.199 1.000 1.050 1.000 5111 TWRREIT 1.000 UNCH 22 1.000 14.16 6.00 280.5
2.239 1.840 2.090 2.020 5236 MATRIX 2.070 0.060 351.1 2.065 7.44 5.97 1,556.0 1.702 1.330 1.380 1.360 5110 UOAREIT 1.360 0.010 20 1.362 15.20 6.29 575.1
2.310 1.365 2.030 2.030 7189 MBWORLD 2.030 UNCH 1 2.030 6.42 1.72 319.5 1.258 1.070 1.180 1.120 5109 YTLREIT 1.180 0.070 2187.9 1.158 16.64 6.55 2,011.2
1.150 0.755 — — 5182 MCT 0.875 — — — 26.52 — 1,274.9 SPAC
0.525 0.370 0.385 0.380 5040 MEDAINC 0.385 0.005 2581.4 0.385 — — 189.6 0.720 0.715 — — 5234 CLIQ 0.720 — — — — — 454.3
0.567 0.350 0.435 0.410 1694 MENANG 0.430 -0.005 76.4 0.429 43.00 — 206.7 0.480 0.445 0.470 0.465 5270 RSENA 0.470 0.005 27 0.466 — — 470.0
0.605 0.285 0.300 0.300 8141 MJPERAK 0.300 -0.010 2 0.300 — 7.13 77.1 0.480 0.475 — — 5241 SONA 0.475 — — — — — 670.1
2.506 1.350 1.430 1.400 6114 MKH 1.410 0.020 141.8 1.415 6.60 3.55 827.0
0.345 0.170 0.195 0.185 8893 MKLAND 0.185 UNCH 298.7 0.185 12.17 — 223.3
0.215 0.075 0.080 0.080 6548 MPCORP 0.080 UNCH 12 0.080 — — 23.0
1.519 0.855 1.060 1.030 1651 MRCB 1.050 0.010 16717.2 1.048 16.64 2.29 4,610.3
0.900 0.500 0.550
0.365 0.210 0.305
1.630 0.940 1.040
0.500
0.260
0.990
9539
3913
5073
MUH
MUIPROP
NAIM
0.550
0.275
0.995
0.025
-0.010 7965.7
-0.005
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203
0.524
0.267
1.012

85.94




31.0
210.1
248.8
Ace Market
2.520 2.060 — — 5827 OIB 2.190 — — — 7.73 3.20 339.1 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
1.116 0.960 1.000 0.990 5053 OSK 1.000 0.010 520.6 0.994 5.19 5.17 2,095.3 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
2.007 1.545 1.940 1.900 1724 PARAMON 1.920 0.020 759.3 1.924 6.10 4.43 822.3 CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.695 0.390 0.450 0.440 6912 PASDEC 0.445 0.005 235.2 0.445 16.54 — 127.3 0.280 0.190 0.225 0.215 0179 BIOHLDG 0.220 0.005 3398.2 0.220 20.95 0.45 178.1
1.983 1.131 — — 7055 PLB 1.730 — — — 18.44 0.46 194.4 0.265 0.095 0.105 0.100 0170 KANGER 0.100 Unch 226.5 0.101 10.53 — 80.4
1.766 1.350 1.460 1.430 5075 PLENITU 1.460 0.040 3.3 1.457 10.62 3.08 557.0 0.295 0.160 0.185 0.165 0182 LKL 0.180 0.010 900.1 0.177 120.00 1.94 77.2
0.425 0.285 — — 2208 PTGTIN 0.330 — — — — — 114.2 0.450 0.200 0.240 0.240 0148 SUNZEN 0.240 Unch 150 0.240 33.33 1.25 115.8
1.180 0.730 0.785 0.785 4596 SAPRES 0.785 0.005 4 0.785 7.83 3.82 109.6 0.320 0.200 0.255 0.255 0197 WEGMANS 0.255 0.010 11.1 0.255 7.02 — 127.5
0.820 0.470 — — 5207 SBCCORP 0.550 — — — — — 129.2 0.085 0.030 0.055 0.050 0095 XINGHE 0.055 Unch 400 0.054 — — 141.5
1.012 0.805 0.815 0.805 2224 SDRED 0.815 -0.005 192 0.806 2.54 3.07 347.3 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
0.580 0.365 — — 4286 SEAL 0.415 — — — — — 100.8 0.192 0.090 0.105 0.095 0105 ASIAPLY 0.105 0.005 1962.4 0.101 61.76 4.76 45.5
2.775 2.474 — — 6017 SHL 2.600 — — — 8.18 7.12 629.5 0.130 0.065 0.075 0.075 0072 AT 0.075 Unch 565.8 0.075 — — 31.6
1.780 1.040 1.470 1.420 5288 SIMEPROP 1.420 -0.030 3846.9 1.439 1.45 2.82 9,657.2 0.445 0.220 0.260 0.250 0163 CAREPLS 0.255 0.005 558.2 0.257 — — 129.1
0.305 0.170 0.210 0.195 4375 SMI 0.205 0.010 515.8 0.203 1.50 — 43.0 0.330 0.150 0.160 0.160 0102 CONNECT 0.160 0.005 509 0.160 44.44 — 52.5
0.816 0.560 0.600 0.585 5213 SNTORIA 0.600 0.025 177.6 0.598 8.44 — 340.4 0.443 0.240 0.300 0.285 0190 ESAFE 0.285 Unch 10 0.285 114.00 — 68.6
5.363 4.140 4.380 4.200 1783 SPB 4.380 0.160 9.3 4.254 197.3 2.74 1,505.0 0.481 0.160 0.210 0.190 0100 ESCERAM 0.205 0.020 469.9 0.201 13.49 2.93 42.1
3.995 2.770 3.070 2.820 8664 SPSETIA 3.020 0.210 7792.6 3.006 12.92 5.10 11,340.9 0.370 0.195 0.215 0.195 0175 HHGROUP 0.215 0.015 19.8 0.202 179.17 — 66.4
1.590 1.100 1.220 1.160 3743 SUNSURIA 1.220 0.040 30.7 1.177 9.66 — 974.6 0.145 0.085 0.095 0.090 0160 HHHCORP 0.090 Unch 420 0.091 39.13 — 30.0
1.035 0.695 0.770 0.735 1538 SYMLIFE 0.770 0.035 358.2 0.741 5.40 3.90 238.7 0.355 0.220 0.250 0.250 0188 HLT 0.250 Unch 285 0.250 — — 99.5
0.490 0.225 0.270 0.255 4022 TADMAX 0.260 -0.005 281.1 0.258 — — 175.8 0.555 0.230 0.360 0.335 0162 IJACOBS 0.350 0.010 547 0.348 50.72 — 48.3
0.410 0.280 0.310 0.295 5158 TAGB 0.295 -0.010 979 0.303 9.67 1.36 1,569.9 0.149 0.065 0.080 0.075 0024 JAG 0.075 -0.005 1658.3 0.078 11.54 2.53 103.3
0.055 0.035 0.035 0.035 2259 TALAMT 0.035 -0.005 163 0.035 — — 147.7 0.250 0.140 0.170 0.155 0025 LNGRES 0.160 0.005 1727.9 0.162 64.00 — 38.7
1.423 0.730 0.760 0.730 5191 TAMBUN 0.730 -0.020 1462 0.741 3.77 13.70 316.3 0.115 0.045 0.055 0.050 0070 MQTECH 0.055 Unch 2847.3 0.050 — — 22.8
0.165 0.095 0.110 0.100 2429 TANCO 0.110 UNCH 4.1 0.100 — — 73.9 0.848 0.430 0.525 0.490 0049 OCNCASH 0.490 -0.025 238.3 0.505 11.11 1.63 109.3
0.305 0.175 — — 7889 THRIVEN 0.190 — — — 316.6 — 71.6 0.610 0.220 — — 0038 PTB 0.230 — — — — — 34.6
0.085 0.020 0.030 0.020 7079 TIGER 0.030 0.005 17087.8 0.025 — — 51.6 0.175 0.080 0.100 0.100 0133 SANICHI 0.100 -0.005 220 0.100 — — 37.0
0.900 0.455 0.510 0.485 5239 TITIJYA 0.490 UNCH 593 0.495 5.46 0.51 658.8 0.060 0.025 — — 0109 SCBUILD 0.030 — — — 25.00 — 26.5
1.036 0.845 0.890 0.870 5401 TROP 0.890 0.010 214 0.880 6.81 1.80 1,308.7 0.460 0.155 0.355 0.340 0001 SCOMNET 0.340 -0.005 468.4 0.346 32.08 — 82.6
1.360 0.915 0.990 0.965 5148 UEMS 0.975 -0.005 5843.8 0.975 15.80 — 4,424.0 0.289 0.130 0.170 0.150 0028 SCOPE 0.155 0.005 1018.1 0.161 25.83 3.23 86.9
2.700 2.300 2.440 2.350 5200 UOADEV 2.430 0.070 1106.2 2.399 8.34 6.17 4,214.2 0.290 0.140 0.160 0.160 0055 SERSOL 0.160 -0.005 135 0.160 133.33 — 34.5
0.525 0.210 0.220 0.220 6378 WMG 0.220 -0.015 105 0.220 — — 93.8 0.875 0.260 0.420 0.380 0084 TECFAST 0.390 -0.015 1396.5 0.399 25.00 1.44 89.0
1.100 0.905 — — 7003 Y&G 0.975 — — — 40.12 — 194.4 TECHNOLOGY
1.620 1.300 1.400 1.370 3158 YNHPROP 1.390 -0.050 1394.9 1.389 22.56 — 735.3 0.395 0.150 0.175 0.165 0018 ACCSOFT 0.170 Unch 1849 0.171 18.48 — 355.2
1.750 1.300 1.490 1.400 7066 YONGTAI 1.480 0.080 1788.4 1.441 35.92 — 712.7 0.750 0.330 0.465 0.440 0181 AEMULUS 0.445 0.015 4360 0.450 24.59 — 195.3
0.640 0.460 0.470 0.460 2577 YTLLAND 0.460 -0.005 314 0.461 16.03 — 388.4 0.430 0.210 0.270 0.265 0119 APPASIA 0.265 0.005 897.4 0.266 — — 91.5
MINING 0.410 0.120 0.260 0.235 0068 ASDION 0.255 0.025 17770.9 0.247 — — 29.6
2.900 1.200 2.360 2.260 2186 KUCHAI 2.310 UNCH 128.5 2.324 3.12 0.42 285.9 1.450 0.580 1.290 1.120 0098 BAHVEST 1.130 -0.050 5080 1.202 — — 684.4
PLANTATIONS 0.644 0.355 0.425 0.410 0195 BINACOM 0.415 -0.010 400.2 0.419 — 1.20 107.9
0.280 0.180 0.190 0.190 7054 AASIA 0.190 0.005 20 0.190 — — 125.4 0.764 0.555 0.600 0.585 0191 CABNET 0.585 -0.010 38.1 0.591 12.89 — 76.1
19.627 17.818 18.220 18.220 1899 BKAWAN 18.220 -0.080 7.9 18.22 12.97 3.29 7,943.0 0.250 0.040 0.125 0.120 0152 DGB 0.125 0.010 6512.2 0.125 — — 91.7
8.569 8.070 8.080 8.070 5069 BLDPLNT 8.070 -0.010 1 8.072 19.05 0.37 754.5 0.160 0.030 0.085 0.075 0131 DGSB 0.080 -0.005 17769.2 0.081 — — 108.5
1.750 1.437 1.750 1.720 5254 BPLANT 1.730 -0.010 430.5 1.738 4.16 7.23 2,768.0 0.068 0.035 0.045 0.040 0154 EAH 0.040 -0.005 4758.1 0.042 100.00 — 139.1
1.000 0.720 0.750 0.750 8982 CEPAT 0.750 UNCH 36 0.750 8.39 2.67 238.8 0.215 0.075 0.100 0.085 0107 EDUSPEC 0.095 0.010 1867.5 0.092 — — 95.2
8.141 7.200 7.500 7.280 1929 CHINTEK 7.500 0.300 6.3 7.329 17.85 2.67 685.2 0.310 0.049 0.165 0.155 0116 FOCUS 0.155 Unch 2409.9 0.161 64.58 — 316.4
0.735 0.415 0.575 0.565 3948 DUTALND 0.570 UNCH 1275.2 0.570 — — 482.3 1.750 0.820 1.340 1.340 0104 GENETEC 1.340 Unch 6 1.340 30.25 — 52.8
9.693 8.520 9.600 9.500 5029 FAREAST 9.600 0.400 2 9.550 11.56 3.13 1,357.3 0.090 0.035 — — 0045 GNB 0.035 — — — — — 10.1
2.180 1.468 1.910 1.830 5222 FGV 1.840 -0.060 12670.9 1.876 46.00 2.85 6,712.6 0.195 0.110 0.145 0.140 0074 GOCEAN 0.145 0.010 125 0.140 — — 42.0
11.447 9.416 10.180 10.040 2291 GENP 10.080 0.080 159.3 10.07 23.82 1.49 8,099.6 0.100 0.040 0.045 0.040 0174 IDMENSN 0.040 -0.005 150.8 0.045 — — 21.8
0.653 0.470 0.470 0.470 7382 GLBHD 0.470 UNCH 2 0.470 15.06 2.13 104.8 0.454 0.250 0.315 0.300 0023 IFCAMSC 0.300 -0.005 2400.5 0.305 18.07 1.67 182.5
1.450 1.125 — — 2135 GOPENG 1.400 — — — 45.31 2.86 251.1 0.145 0.060 0.080 0.070 0094 INIX 0.080 0.005 442 0.074 — — 20.3
0.850 0.550 0.560 0.550 7501 HARNLEN 0.550 UNCH 10 0.551 13.41 — 102.0 0.245 0.135 0.185 0.175 0010 IRIS 0.180 -0.005 13698.1 0.180 — — 444.9
2.637 2.393 2.440 2.440 5138 HSPLANT 2.440 UNCH 70.4 2.440 14.46 4.51 1,952.0 1.450 0.432 0.790 0.735 0146 JFTECH 0.785 0.060 246.4 0.764 21.69 1.53 164.8
3.147 2.190 2.260 2.250 2216 IJMPLNT 2.260 0.020 81.8 2.251 33.98 3.10 1,990.1 1.694 0.700 1.170 1.060 0127 JHM 1.100 0.040 6775.1 1.122 18.74 0.68 613.4
0.920 0.636 0.690 0.675 2607 INCKEN 0.685 UNCH 105.7 0.682 — 1.59 288.2 0.265 0.130 0.150 0.145 0111 K1 0.150 0.005 1214.9 0.149 — — 77.9
1.380 0.665 0.855 0.835 6262 INNO 0.850 0.015 35 0.837 9.48 3.53 407.0 0.460 0.065 0.080 0.070 0036 KGROUP 0.070 -0.005 5171.1 0.076 — — 30.0
4.810 4.166 4.780 4.710 1961 IOICORP 4.750 0.010 593.8 4.759 20.14 2.00 29,850.1 1.280 0.350 0.660 0.625 0176 KRONO 0.630 Unch 3718.6 0.647 13.76 — 208.0
1.260 0.790 0.865 0.840 4383 JTIASA 0.850 0.020 1355.9 0.849 41.67 0.59 827.7 0.180 0.070 0.100 0.085 0017 M3TECH 0.090 -0.005 3026.2 0.092 — — 52.8
25.780 23.172 25.600 25.480 2445 KLK 25.480 -0.100 64.9 25.52 28.11 1.96 27,200.0 0.690 0.230 0.405 0.395 0075 MEXTER 0.405 0.015 185.7 0.401 — — 104.6
5.000 2.982 — — 2453 KLUANG 4.100 — — — 28.73 0.24 259.0 0.520 0.235 0.280 0.250 0155 MGRC 0.280 0.040 8.1 0.254 — — 29.0
1.601 1.154 1.390 1.370 5027 KMLOONG 1.390 0.020 77 1.378 9.43 4.32 1,300.2 1.160 0.380 0.460 0.445 0126 MICROLN 0.460 0.020 15 0.450 10.98 — 77.0
0.880 0.515 0.795 0.790 1996 KRETAM 0.795 UNCH 601 0.794 107.43 1.26 1,850.5 0.583 0.300 0.355 0.340 0112 MIKROMB 0.345 0.005 665.3 0.347 16.75 4.35 148.7
1.750 1.350 1.480 1.480 6572 KWANTAS 1.480 UNCH 3.5 1.480 8.35 — 461.3 0.465 0.050 0.065 0.055 0085 MLAB 0.065 0.010 6102 0.060 — — 43.6
1.490 1.050 — — 4936 MALPAC 1.100 — — — — — 82.5 0.268 0.160 0.230 0.170 0034 MMAG 0.225 0.055 118144 0.210 — — 102.5
0.929 0.715 0.740 0.740 5026 MHC 0.740 -0.030 3.1 0.740 8.35 2.03 145.4 1.986 0.887 1.480 1.420 0113 MMSV 1.480 0.060 865.2 1.457 11.31 1.35 241.2
2.239 1.700 — — 5047 NPC 2.000 — — — 5.31 0.50 240.0 0.130 0.055 0.065 0.065 0103 MNC 0.065 Unch 416 0.065 — — 31.1
4.187 3.550 3.570 3.570 2038 NSOP 3.570 0.020 1 3.570 40.99 1.68 250.6 0.295 0.160 0.200 0.180 0156 MPAY 0.190 0.005 4554.2 0.191 — — 135.0
0.300 0.150 0.185 0.180 1902 PINEPAC 0.185 -0.025 12.5 0.181 — — 27.7 0.684 0.105 0.125 0.120 0092 MTOUCHE 0.125 0.005 364.8 0.125 18.12 — 63.6
1.300 0.800 — — 9695 PLS 0.800 — — — — — 261.4 1.103 0.670 0.840 0.810 0108 N2N 0.840 0.040 1605.4 0.830 15.70 3.57 457.0
0.500 0.300 0.330 0.320 5113 RSAWIT 0.320 -0.005 120 0.321 — — 453.9 0.110 0.025 0.035 0.030 0020 NETX 0.030 -0.005 2365 0.030 23.08 — 73.2
4.000 3.341 — — 2542 RVIEW 3.600 — — — 14.56 2.22 233.5 0.060 0.030 0.060 0.050 0096 NEXGRAM 0.060 0.005 113691 0.056 — — 113.0
4.180 2.931 — — 2569 SBAGAN 3.300 — — — 35.14 0.61 218.9 0.150 0.070 0.095 0.095 0026 NOVAMSC 0.095 Unch 1048.5 0.095 — — 64.9
0.720 0.460 — — 4316 SHCHAN 0.600 — — — — — 72.0 0.642 0.325 0.375 0.350 0035 OPCOM 0.360 0.005 604.8 0.360 28.35 11.11 58.0
6.000 4.580 5.740 5.570 5285 SIMEPLT 5.630 -0.170 3172.1 5.622 8.54 — 38,288.7 0.373 0.260 0.290 0.280 0040 OPENSYS 0.285 0.005 217.5 0.286 12.61 3.51 84.9
4.720 3.480 3.680 3.620 5126 SOP 3.680 0.080 51.1 3.643 8.78 1.36 2,100.8 0.380 0.075 0.110 0.100 0079 ORION 0.105 Unch 4892.1 0.106 — — 62.9
1.890 1.520 1.780 1.770 5135 SWKPLNT 1.780 0.020 48.8 1.771 — — 498.4 0.230 0.095 0.120 0.105 0123 PRIVA 0.110 0.005 1411.1 0.114 — — 61.4
0.631 0.330 0.360 0.345 2054 TDM 0.355 0.010 505 0.353 25.91 1.41 588.5 0.944 0.620 0.705 0.685 0106 REXIT 0.685 -0.010 95 0.689 15.68 4.38 129.7
1.158 0.795 0.840 0.820 5112 THPLANT 0.820 UNCH 77.6 0.822 19.71 5.61 724.8 0.430 0.235 0.260 0.260 0178 SEDANIA 0.260 Unch 120 0.260 45.61 3.85 58.7
1.820 1.370 — — 9059 TSH 1.380 — — — 16.51 1.45 1,906.9 0.190 0.065 0.110 0.095 0060 SKH 0.100 0.005 110528 0.103 — — 61.0
7.015 5.807 6.060 6.050 2593 UMCCA 6.050 UNCH 730.4 6.050 18.55 2.98 1,268.5 0.280 0.105 0.140 0.130 0169 SMTRACK 0.130 -0.005 1168.2 0.133 — — 17.7
28.880 26.684 28.300 28.260 2089 UTDPLT 28.260 0.060 9.1 28.27 15.04 1.42 5,881.9 0.343 0.140 0.170 0.160 0093 SOLUTN 0.165 0.010 552 0.165 6.30 6.06 50.6
HOTELS 0.360 0.120 0.225 0.210 0129 SRIDGE 0.215 0.010 8121.9 0.217 — — 26.0
0.620 0.465 0.500 0.500 5592 GCE 0.500 UNCH 2 0.500 — 4.00 98.5 0.470 0.205 0.250 0.240 0050 SYSTECH 0.245 Unch 316 0.244 53.26 1.22 85.2
1.000 0.675 0.750 0.720 1643 LANDMRK 0.750 0.030 145 0.725 — — 396.7 0.175 0.115 0.130 0.130 0132 TDEX 0.130 0.005 1601.8 0.130 108.33 — 70.7
0.230 0.125 0.170 0.155 1287 PMHLDG 0.160 -0.005 11822.3 0.158 400.0 — 148.6 0.580 0.055 0.325 0.300 0005 UCREST 0.305 -0.005 28205.1 0.313 14.59 — 141.5
5.690 4.700 5.690 5.490 5517 SHANG 5.690 0.190 820.4 5.508 34.67 2.64 2,503.6 0.965 0.290 0.415 0.380 0120 VIS 0.410 0.020 552.2 0.404 11.45 0.80 69.1
TECHNOLOGY 0.165 0.060 0.080 0.070 0069 VIVOCOM 0.075 Unch 24652.4 0.075 16.67 — 254.9
0.880 0.610 0.630 0.630 7031 AMTEL 0.630 -0.060 5 0.630 — — 31.0 0.155 0.090 — — 0066 VSOLAR 0.115 — — — — — 44.4
0.420 0.180 0.220 0.205 5195 CENSOF 0.215 0.010 1151.3 0.211 — — 107.9 0.055 0.030 — — 0141 WINTONI 0.035 — — — — — 18.0
0.665 0.230 0.470 0.415 0051 CUSCAPI 0.415 -0.020 15859.1 0.445 — — 320.4 0.275 0.120 0.145 0.145 0086 YGL 0.145 -0.010 69.1 0.145 — — 33.7
0.800 0.530 0.610 0.580 7204 D&O 0.600 0.020 2413.7 0.599 26.91 — 605.0 TRADING SERVICES
0.585 0.165 0.230 0.220 8338 DATAPRP 0.225 0.010 2842.7 0.224 — — 94.8 0.300 0.230 — — 0122 AIM 0.250 — — — — — 66.5
0.235 0.085 0.105 0.100 0029 DIGISTA 0.105 0.005 330 0.104 — — 69.1 0.165 0.085 0.095 0.095 0048 ANCOMLB 0.095 0.005 310 0.095 — — 45.0
1.534 1.100 1.130 1.120 5162 ECS 1.130 0.010 48 1.129 7.74 4.42 203.4 0.250 0.140 0.160 0.155 0187 BCMALL 0.155 -0.005 333.2 0.155 11.92 — 65.3
1.670 0.975 1.180 1.140 0065 EFORCE 1.140 UNCH 903 1.154 74.51 1.10 472.5 0.392 0.215 — — 0011 BTECH 0.250 — — — 15.72 6.40 63.0
0.235 0.090 0.110 0.105 0150 FINTEC 0.105 0.005 3482.9 0.105 0.45 — 55.3
2.861 1.882 2.590 2.500 0090 ELSOFT 2.500 -0.060 4.5 2.558 22.98 2.00 688.8
0.320 0.150 0.240 0.240 0157 FOCUSP 0.240 0.050 20 0.240 — — 39.6
1.800 1.030 1.390 1.250 0021 GHLSYS 1.290 -0.080 1864.6 1.348 41.21 0.39 850.7
0.759 0.430 0.540 0.520 0039 GFM 0.535 0.005 199.8 0.530 22.48 2.71 229.0
0.590 0.295 0.395 0.350 0082 GPACKET 0.355 -0.035 4188.7 0.379 — — 269.3
0.880 0.570 0.760 0.760 0147 INNITY 0.760 -0.010 8 0.760 87.36 — 105.2
0.280 0.190 0.215 0.210 0056 GRANFLO 0.215 UNCH 227.6 0.213 7.82 — 103.9
0.324 0.200 0.245 0.240 0193 KAB 0.245 0.005 459.4 0.241 8.94 4.08 78.4
6.972 3.500 4.970 4.560 7022 GTRONIC 4.780 0.310 4416.2 4.828 26.56 1.26 1,365.2
0.310 0.130 0.150 0.150 0180 KTC 0.150 -0.005 285.9 0.150 750.00 — 76.5
0.940 0.545 0.615 0.615 5028 HTPADU 0.615 0.065 3 0.615 — 8.13 62.3
0.350 0.130 — — 0167 MCLEAN 0.150 — — — — — 26.8
2.519 1.278 2.140 2.020 0166 INARI 2.060 0.110 24794.8 2.094 16.22 4.51 6,414.9 0.440 0.165 — — 0081 MEGASUN 0.170 — — — 9.83 — 37.3
0.435 0.110 0.155 0.140 9393 ITRONIC 0.145 0.005 89.2 0.147 — — 14.9 0.270 0.150 — — 0153 OVERSEA 0.175 — — — — — 43.1
0.659 0.300 0.340 0.325 5161 JCY 0.330 0.005 774.6 0.337 — 9.09 685.4 0.310 0.120 0.140 0.135 0022 PARLO 0.135 Unch 60.1 0.135 0.88 — 49.1
22.635 11.666 18.400 17.320 9334 KESM 17.460 0.440 244.3 17.85 16.13 0.72 751.0 0.200 0.115 0.130 0.125 0177 PASUKGB 0.130 Unch 579 0.126 130.00 — 105.5
0.340 0.105 0.165 0.150 0143 KEYASIC 0.150 -0.005 11195.1 0.157 — — 133.6 0.480 0.280 0.440 0.440 0006 PINEAPP 0.440 Unch 0.7 0.440 66.67 — 21.3
14.410 8.080 8.990 8.580 3867 MPI 8.600 0.060 490.6 8.820 10.17 3.37 1,805.0 0.364 0.235 0.290 0.265 0171 PLABS 0.290 0.020 775.5 0.280 15.18 2.07 62.3
1.480 1.030 — — 5011 MSNIAGA 1.100 — — — 11.65 4.55 66.4 0.350 0.182 0.255 0.250 0186 PTRANS 0.250 Unch 2258.4 0.251 10.82 3.40 316.8
1.327 0.455 0.615 0.590 0083 NOTION 0.590 -0.015 891 0.601 — 3.81 195.9 0.355 0.095 0.280 0.260 0007 PUC 0.275 0.015 147197 0.273 — — 414.5
0.605 0.390 0.445 0.430 9008 OMESTI 0.445 0.010 194.4 0.434 — — 191.9 0.245 0.165 0.205 0.190 0196 QES 0.200 0.010 14442.7 0.198 8.06 — 151.7
0.375 0.225 0.275 0.270 0041 PANPAGE 0.270 -0.005 522.6 0.272 — — 71.7 0.540 0.210 0.250 0.240 0032 REDTONE 0.250 0.020 310.9 0.242 — — 189.6
3.140 1.700 2.250 2.130 7160 PENTA 2.130 -0.030 2087.1 2.188 18.78 — 674.3 0.635 0.230 0.280 0.260 0173 REV 0.265 -0.015 145.1 0.270 0.63 — 35.7
0.675 0.330 0.390 0.390 9075 THETA 0.390 0.010 14 0.390 30.23 — 41.8 0.698 0.452 0.530 0.530 0158 SCC 0.530 Unch 20.2 0.530 11.96 5.89 74.8
0.232 0.025 0.035 0.030 0118 TRIVE 0.030 UNCH 1181.7 0.030 — — 62.2 0.275 0.170 0.190 0.185 0161 SCH 0.190 0.010 70 0.186 25.68 — 78.3
4.158 2.250 2.740 2.560 5005 UNISEM 2.620 -0.110 3945.7 2.635 12.06 4.20 1,922.6 0.300 0.145 0.175 0.160 0117 SMRT 0.165 -0.005 703.2 0.164 0.61 — 66.7
6.880 2.192 5.780 5.480 0097 VITROX 5.730 0.270 190.2 5.698 32.43 0.61 2,694.1 0.315 0.140 0.260 0.255 0140 STERPRO 0.260 0.005 12 0.259 — — 83.5
1.750 0.985 1.200 1.170 0008 WILLOW 1.170 UNCH 139.8 1.185 15.21 1.71 290.2 0.300 0.131 0.275 0.255 0080 STRAITS 0.265 0.005 1563.3 0.266 28.49 — 97.5
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES 0.907 0.650 0.700 0.660 0089 TEXCYCL 0.680 0.025 32 0.691 12.21 0.59 174.2
5.048 4.316 4.590 4.530 6947 DIGI 4.530 -0.010 3201.1 4.545 23.84 4.15 35,220.8 0.230 0.125 0.140 0.135 0145 TFP 0.140 Unch 736.5 0.140 — — 28.7
5.894 5.304 5.620 5.490 6645 LITRAK 5.600 0.100 5.8 5.531 13.09 4.46 2,956.3 0.145 0.070 0.085 0.080 0165 XOX 0.080 -0.005 6085.8 0.084 10.53 — 79.4
9.685 7.827 8.300 8.240 5031 TIMECOM 8.290 0.050 285.6 8.279 27.41 0.64 4,820.3 FINANCE
1.443 0.950 1.010 0.985 6742 YTLPOWR 0.990 0.010 5612 0.992 12.12 5.05 8,076.6 0.965 0.510 0.635 0.630 0053 OSKVI 0.635 0.005 82.2 0.633 4.02 7.87 125.5
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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B U R S A M A L AY S I A E Q U I T Y D E R I VAT I V E S

Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE WARRANTS CLOSE
(RM)
+/-
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VOL PARENT
(‘000)
EXE
PRICE PRICE
PR’M
(%)
EXPIRY
DATE

Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.830


0.670
0.060
0.015
0.170 0.155
0.070 0.060
4324CL
4324CM
HENGYUAN-CL
HENGYUAN-CM
0.160
0.065
Unch
Unch
3475
9759.8
8.950 10.600 39.89 31/07/2018
8.950 12.300 46.87 25/06/2018
0.350 0.030 0.075 0.070 4324CO HENGYUAN-CO 0.070 0.005 2002.9 8.950 18.000 115.20 31/10/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY 0.300 0.015 0.030 0.025 4324CP HENGYUAN-CP 0.025 -0.005 1053 8.950 18.880 116.23 06/08/2018
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.220 0.015 0.040 0.035 4324CQ HENGYUAN-CQ 0.035 Unch 103 8.950 16.880 100.34 28/09/2018
0.210 0.020 0.035 0.035 4324CR HENGYUAN-CR 0.035 Unch 69 8.950 19.080 122.96 28/09/2018
0.515 0.095 0.150 0.135 70312 A50CHIN-C12 0.150 0.035 262.2 7.560 8.381 13.84 28/06/2018 0.410 0.055 0.120 0.115 4324CS HENGYUAN-CS 0.115 -0.005 110.1 8.950 18.880 128.94 31/10/2018
0.110 0.005 0.015 0.015 523810 AAX-C10 0.015 Unch 170 0.390 0.400 6.41 26/04/2018 0.120 0.020 0.050 0.050 4324CU HENGYUAN-CU 0.050 Unch 830.7 8.950 17.800 108.94 12/09/2018
0.145 0.025 0.050 0.045 523811 AAX-C11 0.050 0.005 3065 0.390 0.380 10.26 21/06/2018 0.215 0.090 0.205 0.190 4324CV HENGYUAN-CV 0.200 0.005 3019.7 8.950 8.880 34.97 25/10/2018
0.110 0.045 0.060 0.055 523813 AAX-C13 0.055 Unch 107.2 0.390 0.410 19.23 06/08/2018 0.305 0.110 0.225 0.210 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.215 Unch 725.9 0.425 0.500 68.24 23/06/2021
0.080 0.060 0.080 0.075 523816 AAX-C16 0.080 0.005 1319.6 0.390 0.350 16.41 31/10/2018 0.190 0.065 0.115 0.095 5199CA HIBISCS-CA 0.110 0.015 7434.8 0.870 1.000 40.23 30/11/2018
0.310 0.145 0.170 0.165 5238WA AAX-WA 0.170 0.005 1594.2 0.390 0.460 61.54 08/06/2020 0.145 0.050 0.075 0.075 5199CB HIBISCS-CB 0.075 0.010 200 0.870 1.200 55.17 30/11/2018
0.344 0.080 0.110 0.110 0018WA ACCSOFT-WA 0.110 0.005 2170 0.170 0.100 23.53 18/01/2019 0.135 0.025 0.055 0.040 5199CC HIBISCS-CC 0.050 0.010 5489.2 0.870 1.400 76.44 28/09/2018
0.145 0.015 0.065 0.040 5014CV AIRPORT-CV 0.065 0.025 866 9.120 8.800 1.48 30/04/2018 0.070 0.025 0.045 0.035 5199CD HIBISCS-CD 0.045 0.010 8017 0.870 1.580 94.54 31/10/2018
0.400 0.110 0.135 0.125 7609WA AJIYA-WA 0.130 Unch 180.2 0.555 0.920 89.19 28/08/2021 0.105 0.060 0.105 0.090 5199CE HIBISCS-CE 0.100 0.020 3908 0.870 0.950 37.93 28/09/2018
0.135 0.005 0.005 0.005 1015C1 AMBANK-C1 0.005 Unch 220 1.347 5.000 272.31 30/04/2018 0.400 0.200 0.400 0.350 5199WC HIBISCS-WC 0.355 0.015 162948 0.870 1.000 55.75 19/03/2021
0.295 0.030 0.065 0.060 1015C5 AMBANK-C5 0.060 0.005 405.4 3.980 4.300 11.81 28/09/2018 0.530 0.035 0.060 0.045 5169WA HOHUP-WA 0.055 Unch 192.4 0.450 0.600 45.56 21/12/2018
0.110 0.005 0.015 0.015 1015C6 AMBANK-C6 0.015 Unch 84.2 3.980 5.200 31.97 17/08/2018 0.225 0.135 0.195 0.195 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.195 Unch 160 0.335 0.180 11.94 05/06/2018
0.095 0.010 0.030 0.020 1015C7 AMBANK-C7 0.030 0.005 452 3.980 5.000 27.51 30/11/2018 0.560 0.290 0.440 0.390 0185WA HSSEB-WA 0.415 0.025 223.2 1.470 1.700 43.88 15/03/2023
0.155 0.015 0.035 0.030 6556CH ANNJOO-CH 0.030 0.005 1675 3.160 4.000 31.52 24/07/2018 0.225 0.070 0.180 0.155 5225C6 IHH-C6 0.175 0.025 357.9 6.060 5.700 2.72 31/07/2018
0.085 0.010 0.025 0.025 6556CJ ANNJOO-CJ 0.025 0.010 330 3.160 4.080 34.65 31/07/2018 0.105 0.010 0.040 0.030 333611 IJM-C11 0.035 0.005 383.9 2.820 3.300 19.19 31/07/2018
0.160 0.035 0.060 0.050 6556CK ANNJOO-CK 0.050 -0.005 100 3.160 4.400 44.78 28/09/2018 0.105 0.020 0.040 0.040 333612 IJM-C12 0.040 0.005 200 2.820 3.100 14.18 27/07/2018
0.170 0.020 0.060 0.045 6556CL ANNJOO-CL 0.045 -0.005 6149.5 3.160 4.000 29.43 31/10/2018 0.160 0.040 0.085 0.065 333613 IJM-C13 0.065 -0.010 2250 2.820 3.000 13.30 24/08/2018
0.085 0.045 0.085 0.065 6556CM ANNJOO-CM 0.065 -0.005 1900.4 3.160 3.600 25.24 31/10/2018 0.080 0.015 0.020 0.020 333614 IJM-C14 0.020 -0.005 100 2.820 3.300 19.15 25/06/2018
0.140 0.110 0.140 0.110 6556CN ANNJOO-CN 0.110 -0.040 157.3 3.160 3.500 24.68 22/10/2018 0.135 0.045 0.080 0.065 333615 IJM-C15 0.075 0.010 433.8 2.820 3.200 24.11 28/09/2018
0.275 0.015 0.020 0.020 9342WA ANZO-WA 0.020 -0.005 100 0.065 0.250 315.38 19/11/2019 0.145 0.090 0.145 0.120 333616 IJM-C16 0.135 0.005 155 2.820 2.700 13.46 28/09/2018
0.315 0.120 0.165 0.165 0119WA APPASIA-WA 0.165 Unch 100.1 0.265 0.130 11.32 23/12/2024 0.210 0.020 0.080 0.075 16610 INARI-C10 0.075 0.020 200 2.060 2.533 30.26 31/07/2018
0.240 0.085 0.185 0.160 521029 ARMADA-C29 0.180 0.040 2401 0.870 0.750 1.72 29/06/2018 0.195 0.025 0.080 0.075 16611 INARI-C11 0.075 0.015 690 2.060 2.133 15.69 30/08/2018
0.190 0.095 0.140 0.140 521030 ARMADA-C30 0.140 0.045 150 0.870 0.750 2.30 29/06/2018 0.100 0.015 0.040 0.035 16612 INARI-C12 0.035 Unch 2067 2.060 2.533 26.37 31/10/2018
0.175 0.080 0.125 0.120 521031 ARMADA-C31 0.125 0.025 500 0.870 0.780 4.02 29/06/2018 0.440 0.025 0.230 0.200 0166C4 INARI-C4 0.200 0.060 517.6 2.060 1.667 0.33 26/04/2018
0.205 0.100 0.165 0.155 521032 ARMADA-C32 0.165 0.045 400 0.870 0.670 1.67 29/06/2018 0.700 0.070 0.360 0.360 0166C6 INARI-C6 0.360 0.095 100 2.060 1.600 0.97 30/04/2018
0.095 0.035 0.060 0.045 521033 ARMADA-C33 0.055 0.015 8621 0.870 0.800 3.33 24/07/2018 0.215 0.005 0.025 0.010 0166C7 INARI-C7 0.015 0.005 25712.4 2.060 2.333 14.72 14/05/2018
0.090 0.035 0.060 0.050 521034 ARMADA-C34 0.055 0.010 479.9 0.870 0.850 9.08 25/09/2018 0.400 0.045 0.175 0.120 0166C8 INARI-C8 0.155 0.040 1777.2 2.060 2.133 14.59 29/06/2018
0.140 0.060 0.090 0.075 521035 ARMADA-C35 0.085 0.010 1061.4 0.870 0.850 8.45 31/07/2018 0.490 0.070 0.225 0.205 0166C9 INARI-C9 0.205 0.045 728.6 2.060 1.867 5.54 30/08/2018
0.080 0.050 0.065 0.060 521036 ARMADA-C36 0.065 0.010 5824 0.870 1.000 26.90 28/09/2018 2.000 0.867 1.580 1.480 0166WB INARI-WB 1.520 0.120 1197.6 2.060 0.800 12.62 17/02/2020
0.230 0.020 0.065 0.055 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.065 0.005 5800.9 0.255 0.500 121.57 24/03/2019 0.115 0.025 0.045 0.040 0094WA INIX-WA 0.040 Unch 341 0.080 0.100 75.00 16/11/2020
0.121 0.035 0.045 0.040 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.045 Unch 117.4 0.105 0.100 38.10 13/12/2020 0.545 0.185 0.245 0.235 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.240 Unch 447.2 0.850 1.000 45.88 25/02/2020
0.140 0.005 0.010 0.005 6399C5 ASTRO-C5 0.010 0.005 1185.3 1.367 2.900 113.24 31/07/2018 0.190 0.075 0.170 0.165 196116 IOICORP-C16 0.165 0.005 123 4.750 4.586 6.72 29/06/2018
0.130 0.080 0.130 0.090 6399C7 ASTRO-C7 0.130 0.050 190 2.040 2.400 30.39 22/10/2018 0.175 0.130 0.160 0.155 196117 IOICORP-C17 0.160 0.010 105 4.750 4.783 9.89 24/08/2018
0.220 0.105 0.110 0.110 688822 AXIATA-C22 0.110 Unch 199.8 5.310 5.000 4.52 29/06/2018 0.065 0.010 0.010 0.010 5249CR IOIPG-CR 0.010 Unch 400 1.540 2.000 31.82 23/08/2018
1.110 0.180 0.930 0.750 0098WA BAHVEST-WA 0.800 -0.070 5152.6 1.130 0.870 47.79 20/08/2024 0.210 0.070 0.110 0.100 8834WB IREKA-WB 0.105 Unch 195 0.645 1.000 71.32 25/06/2019
0.085 0.005 0.015 0.005 4162CJ BAT-CJ 0.015 Unch 292.1 23.460 43.500 87.02 31/07/2018 0.105 0.020 0.040 0.035 7183WA IRETEX-WA 0.035 Unch 5176.3 0.160 0.800 421.88 10/06/2019
0.115 0.050 0.065 0.060 5258CW BIMB-CW 0.065 Unch 400 3.910 4.500 21.74 21/09/2018 0.063 0.015 0.020 0.020 0024WA JAG-WA 0.020 Unch 1400.1 0.075 0.100 60.00 14/08/2019
0.420 0.205 0.260 0.250 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.255 0.005 828.8 3.910 4.720 27.24 04/12/2023 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.020 0024WB JAG-WB 0.020 -0.005 177.5 0.075 0.150 126.67 15/11/2020
0.215 0.090 0.110 0.110 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.110 Unch 912.5 0.220 0.220 50.00 05/01/2022 0.170 0.030 0.035 0.035 9083WB JETSON-WB 0.035 Unch 311 0.230 0.750 241.30 06/02/2019
0.095 0.010 0.025 0.020 3395C5 BJCORP-C5 0.020 -0.005 91.1 0.305 0.350 21.31 24/07/2018 0.075 0.005 0.015 0.005 4383CQ JTIASA-CQ 0.015 0.005 15417.2 0.850 1.200 43.82 06/08/2018
0.055 0.020 0.025 0.025 3395C8 BJCORP-C8 0.025 Unch 400 0.305 0.360 26.23 07/09/2018 0.110 0.015 0.015 0.015 524710 KAREX-C10 0.015 Unch 680 0.805 1.350 71.43 28/09/2018
0.130 0.065 0.080 0.080 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.080 Unch 150 0.305 1.000 254.10 22/04/2022 0.040 0.015 0.030 0.025 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.030 Unch 2955.3 0.080 0.131 101.25 20/10/2023
0.155 0.080 0.095 0.095 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.095 -0.005 60 0.305 1.000 259.02 29/05/2026 0.160 0.015 0.045 0.040 7161CH KERJAYA-CH 0.040 Unch 2040 1.580 1.955 28.54 24/07/2018
0.370 0.200 0.230 0.225 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.230 Unch 500 0.435 0.200 -1.15 07/07/2023 0.160 0.085 0.155 0.135 7161CI KERJAYA-CI 0.145 Unch 500 1.580 1.480 12.03 25/10/2018
0.065 0.020 0.030 0.025 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.030 0.005 6288.8 0.080 0.070 25.00 08/11/2025 0.460 0.200 0.275 0.245 7161WB KERJAYA-WB 0.245 -0.015 2240 1.580 1.600 16.77 28/02/2023
0.065 0.030 0.035 0.030 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.030 -0.005 2547 0.080 0.070 25.00 29/05/2027 0.140 0.005 0.005 0.005 0036WA KGROUP-WA 0.005 Unch 58 0.070 0.400 478.57 02/07/2018
0.260 0.055 0.200 0.170 181814 BURSA-C14 0.170 0.015 134.5 7.290 6.667 0.78 29/06/2018 0.120 0.020 0.030 0.020 0036WB KGROUP-WB 0.025 0.005 1730 0.070 0.200 221.43 01/05/2020
0.205 0.100 0.140 0.120 181816 BURSA-C16 0.125 Unch 91 7.290 7.867 14.77 28/09/2018 0.105 0.040 0.060 0.055 7164WB KNM-WB 0.060 0.005 502.2 0.215 1.000 393.02 21/04/2020
0.920 0.620 0.710 0.710 7174WA CAB-WA 0.710 0.010 70 0.890 0.170 -1.12 08/02/2020 0.095 0.050 0.055 0.055 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.055 -0.005 128 0.190 0.230 50.00 21/01/2020
0.220 0.055 0.075 0.070 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.070 0.005 761.8 0.215 0.460 146.51 07/10/2019 0.260 0.105 0.110 0.110 7153CW KOSSAN-CW 0.110 0.005 60 7.620 8.000 14.37 24/08/2018
0.350 0.140 0.265 0.245 102330 CIMB-C30 0.265 0.020 1709 7.200 6.700 4.83 29/06/2018 0.430 0.080 0.125 0.120 5878WB KPJ-WB 0.125 0.005 973.4 0.930 1.010 22.04 23/01/2019
0.190 0.115 0.150 0.145 102331 CIMB-C31 0.145 0.010 816.7 7.200 7.000 9.31 21/09/2018 0.145 0.005 0.020 0.010 5284CG LCTITAN-CG 0.015 Unch 8591.2 6.400 6.500 2.97 30/04/2018
0.160 0.110 0.130 0.125 102332 CIMB-C32 0.130 0.015 1789.2 7.200 7.900 18.75 28/09/2018 0.095 0.035 0.040 0.035 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.040 Unch 57.1 0.090 0.100 55.56 26/05/2023
0.185 0.145 0.185 0.170 102333 CIMB-C33 0.185 0.015 739.1 7.200 6.800 9.86 31/10/2018 0.090 0.030 0.050 0.040 0017WA M3TECH-WA 0.040 -0.005 645.3 0.090 0.100 55.56 21/08/2019
0.110 0.080 0.100 0.090 102334 CIMB-C34 0.100 0.010 650.6 7.200 8.800 27.50 31/10/2018 0.075 0.005 0.010 0.010 858312 MAHSING-C12 0.010 -0.005 1412.1 1.080 1.550 45.37 31/07/2018
0.205 0.080 0.155 0.120 285210 CMSB-C10 0.150 0.030 755 4.400 3.800 1.70 21/09/2018 0.070 0.005 0.010 0.005 858313 MAHSING-C13 0.005 -0.005 3442.2 0.550 1.600 192.73 25/06/2018
0.190 0.085 0.135 0.130 285211 CMSB-C11 0.130 0.020 55.6 4.400 4.100 7.95 28/09/2018 0.155 0.070 0.080 0.070 8583WC MAHSING-WC 0.075 -0.005 891.4 1.080 2.100 101.39 21/02/2020
0.110 0.050 0.110 0.110 285212 CMSB-C12 0.110 0.025 200 4.400 4.500 13.52 25/10/2018 0.090 0.060 0.070 0.070 526410 MALAKOFC10 0.070 Unch 882.8 0.900 0.970 23.33 28/09/2018
0.125 0.045 0.075 0.070 2852C8 CMSB-C8 0.070 0.025 100 4.400 4.200 3.41 29/06/2018 0.085 0.005 0.010 0.010 5264C5 MALAKOF-C5 0.010 0.005 1050 0.900 1.150 29.44 29/06/2018
0.470 0.100 0.140 0.135 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.140 0.005 170.3 0.395 0.300 11.39 22/05/2022 0.055 0.005 0.010 0.005 5264C6 MALAKOF-C6 0.005 Unch 699.9 0.445 1.200 171.35 29/06/2018
0.025 0.010 0.020 0.010 7179WB DBE-WB 0.020 0.005 413.4 0.035 0.050 100.00 22/01/2022 0.180 0.105 0.125 0.120 5264C7 MALAKOF-C7 0.120 Unch 674.8 0.900 0.850 14.44 28/09/2018
0.215 0.095 0.215 0.210 727721 DIALOG-C21 0.210 0.005 100 3.160 2.800 1.90 14/05/2018 0.100 0.025 0.035 0.035 5264C8 MALAKOF-C8 0.035 Unch 1562.8 0.900 1.000 15.00 31/10/2018
0.215 0.060 0.205 0.195 727725 DIALOG-C25 0.195 -0.005 888.6 3.160 2.900 5.35 31/07/2018 0.990 0.040 0.070 0.060 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.065 Unch 3106.8 0.840 1.000 26.79 29/06/2018
0.195 0.115 0.195 0.190 727726 DIALOG-C26 0.195 0.010 199.8 3.160 2.780 6.49 28/09/2018 0.500 0.195 0.285 0.250 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.285 0.030 141.8 2.070 2.400 29.71 20/07/2020
0.365 0.215 0.365 0.355 727728 DIALOG-C28 0.355 Unch 522 3.160 2.750 3.88 31/12/2018 0.125 0.085 0.115 0.115 6012C6 MAXIS-C6 0.115 Unch 197.6 5.870 5.880 9.97 25/10/2018
0.240 0.165 0.235 0.230 727729 DIALOG-C29 0.230 0.005 90 3.160 2.550 4.72 31/10/2018 0.015 0.005 0.005 0.005 5189WA MAXWELL-WA 0.005 Unch 95.5 0.020 0.400 1,925 24/03/2020
0.160 0.015 0.035 0.030 694721 DIGI-C21 0.030 Unch 210 3.892 5.000 29.62 31/07/2018 0.525 0.125 0.460 0.430 115534 MAYBANKC34 0.460 0.040 131.9 10.600 9.250 -1.89 30/08/2018
0.165 0.040 0.060 0.060 0029WB DIGISTA-WB 0.060 0.010 92.6 0.105 0.260 204.76 04/04/2023 0.230 0.130 0.210 0.205 115537 MAYBANKC37 0.210 0.015 483.2 10.600 10.300 5.09 28/09/2018
0.370 0.100 0.150 0.140 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.145 0.005 11827.2 0.400 0.500 61.25 30/07/2021 0.260 0.085 0.155 0.130 115538 MAYBANKC38 0.150 0.025 4319.2 10.600 10.500 1.89 30/11/2018
0.280 0.080 0.150 0.145 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.150 0.005 210 0.320 0.250 25.00 25/11/2020 0.135 0.090 0.115 0.110 115539 MAYBANKC39 0.110 0.005 1209.3 10.600 11.500 13.16 31/10/2018
0.065 0.035 0.050 0.045 7198WB DPS-WB 0.050 0.005 311 0.075 0.100 100.00 15/01/2025 0.090 0.080 0.090 0.090 115540 MAYBANKC40 0.090 0.005 300 10.600 11.000 7.34 25/10/2018
0.550 0.095 0.395 0.385 161942 DRBHCOMC42 0.385 0.025 65 2.420 1.650 0.00 31/05/2018 0.160 0.045 0.075 0.070 117110 MBSB-C10 0.070 Unch 516 1.140 1.300 20.18 30/11/2018
0.380 0.135 0.280 0.260 161946 DRBHCOMC46 0.260 Unch 659 2.420 1.650 0.41 27/07/2018 0.100 0.085 0.100 0.085 117111 MBSB-C11 0.085 -0.005 100 1.140 1.200 27.63 22/10/2018
0.280 0.100 0.190 0.175 161947 DRBHCOMC47 0.175 0.005 642.2 2.420 2.400 18.70 28/09/2018 0.150 0.015 0.050 0.035 1171C4 MBSB-C4 0.035 -0.010 891.2 1.140 1.250 12.72 29/06/2018
0.300 0.065 0.145 0.120 161948 DRBHCOMC48 0.125 0.005 2019.9 2.420 2.200 8.99 21/09/2018 0.105 0.025 0.050 0.035 1171C5 MBSB-C5 0.040 -0.005 1888.6 1.140 1.050 2.63 30/04/2018
0.215 0.070 0.125 0.120 161949 DRBHCOMC49 0.125 0.015 814 2.420 3.000 39.46 31/10/2018 0.065 0.005 0.005 0.005 1171C6 MBSB-C6 0.005 Unch 2392.6 0.550 1.400 156.36 14/05/2018
0.160 0.035 0.065 0.065 161950 DRBHCOMC50 0.065 0.005 510.2 2.420 2.800 23.76 25/07/2018 0.260 0.090 0.170 0.130 1171C7 MBSB-C7 0.140 -0.025 2714.9 1.140 1.100 8.77 28/09/2018
0.270 0.050 0.150 0.135 161951 DRBHCOMC51 0.135 0.010 214.4 2.420 2.500 14.46 31/10/2018 0.110 0.040 0.070 0.050 1171C8 MBSB-C8 0.050 -0.005 223.4 1.140 1.200 14.04 31/07/2018
0.250 0.075 0.140 0.130 161952 DRBHCOMC52 0.130 0.005 350.2 2.420 2.600 23.55 06/08/2018 0.090 0.040 0.060 0.050 1171C9 MBSB-C9 0.050 -0.010 5090.2 1.140 1.450 40.35 31/10/2018
0.200 0.055 0.110 0.100 161953 DRBHCOMC53 0.100 0.005 310 2.420 2.500 19.83 28/09/2018 0.085 0.025 0.030 0.030 5040WB MEDAINC-WB 0.030 Unch 220.2 0.385 0.800 115.58 22/04/2022
0.165 0.050 0.100 0.090 161955 DRBHCOMC55 0.090 Unch 1431.3 2.420 3.500 55.79 31/10/2018 0.310 0.080 0.110 0.100 7234WA MESB-WA 0.105 0.005 611.6 0.360 0.300 12.50 27/12/2022
0.080 0.005 0.010 0.010 5216C3 DSONIC-C3 0.010 0.005 600 0.915 1.280 42.08 29/06/2018 0.065 0.040 0.050 0.045 518611 MHB-C11 0.050 0.010 3800 0.775 0.850 22.58 12/09/2018
0.040 0.003 0.005 0.005 5216C4 DSONIC-C4 0.005 Unch 200 0.915 1.350 48.63 11/06/2018 0.100 0.005 0.015 0.005 5186C5 MHB-C5 0.015 0.010 2177.4 0.775 0.900 20.00 14/05/2018
0.100 0.005 0.020 0.010 5216C5 DSONIC-C5 0.020 0.005 71 0.915 1.290 45.36 31/07/2018 0.275 0.060 0.115 0.100 5186C6 MHB-C6 0.100 0.020 261.3 0.775 0.800 13.55 30/08/2018
0.035 0.010 0.035 0.030 5216C7 DSONIC-C7 0.035 0.015 2390 0.915 1.250 44.26 12/09/2018 0.120 0.020 0.040 0.030 5186C8 MHB-C8 0.035 Unch 11220 0.775 0.920 27.74 24/08/2018
0.033 0.005 0.015 0.010 0154WB EAH-WB 0.010 Unch 6284.8 0.040 0.090 150.00 24/02/2019 0.080 0.015 0.025 0.025 5186C9 MHB-C9 0.025 Unch 72 0.775 1.000 38.71 25/06/2018
0.033 0.005 0.010 0.010 0154WC EAH-WC 0.010 Unch 177.4 0.040 0.070 100.00 18/06/2019 0.250 0.095 0.120 0.110 5576WC MINHO-WC 0.110 -0.020 77.9 0.450 0.500 35.56 02/08/2021
0.030 0.015 0.020 0.020 0154WD EAH-WD 0.020 Unch 625 0.040 0.050 75.00 25/10/2022 0.250 0.095 0.170 0.165 381614 MISC-C14 0.170 0.005 114.1 7.140 7.050 5.29 28/09/2018
0.085 0.015 0.035 0.035 5253CJ ECONBHD-CJ 0.035 Unch 200 1.150 1.550 39.65 28/09/2018 0.080 0.035 0.060 0.055 381615 MISC-C15 0.055 0.005 198.4 7.140 7.880 13.45 17/08/2018
0.150 0.085 0.145 0.135 5253CK ECONBHD-CK 0.140 0.005 540 1.150 1.050 13.22 31/10/2018 0.200 0.155 0.185 0.170 381617 MISC-C17 0.185 0.010 600.1 7.140 6.750 4.90 25/10/2018
0.110 0.090 0.105 0.105 5253CL ECONBHD-CL 0.105 0.005 124.4 1.150 1.200 31.74 22/10/2018 0.497 0.115 0.145 0.135 9571WD MITRA-WD 0.140 Unch 459.1 0.650 1.090 89.23 23/08/2020
0.590 0.160 0.235 0.215 5253WA ECONBHD-WA 0.225 0.005 1938.6 1.150 1.250 28.26 02/01/2023 0.070 0.020 0.025 0.025 0085WB MLAB-WB 0.025 Unch 4787.9 0.065 0.150 169.23 10/09/2020
0.100 0.005 0.005 0.005 8206CK ECOWLD-CK 0.005 -0.005 1600 0.545 1.500 177.06 31/07/2018 0.085 0.045 0.060 0.050 0034WB MMAG-WB 0.055 0.005 32904.1 0.225 0.200 13.33 27/11/2022
0.095 0.010 0.025 0.020 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.020 0.005 2612 0.095 0.180 110.53 24/12/2018 0.265 0.010 0.020 0.015 2194C8 MMCCORP-C8 0.020 0.005 7935 1.440 2.000 40.97 31/07/2018
1.360 0.650 0.835 0.810 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.810 Unch 232.5 1.140 0.340 0.88 17/07/2019 0.075 0.020 0.020 0.020 2194C9 MMCCORP-C9 0.020 Unch 166 1.440 2.100 49.31 13/08/2018
0.515 0.190 0.230 0.210 8907WC EG-WC 0.220 0.005 613.9 0.515 0.500 39.81 03/11/2020 0.055 0.025 0.030 0.030 0103WA MNC-WA 0.030 Unch 1264 0.065 0.100 100.00 05/11/2021
0.080 0.010 0.020 0.015 8877CE EKOVEST-CE 0.015 -0.005 375 0.900 1.200 37.17 29/06/2018 0.110 0.005 0.005 0.005 3867CH MPI-CH 0.005 Unch 3049 4.310 13.500 214.73 29/06/2018
0.175 0.030 0.065 0.050 8877CF EKOVEST-CF 0.050 Unch 2695 0.900 1.000 21.67 29/06/2018 0.150 0.110 0.150 0.140 3867CI MPI-CI 0.145 0.015 1360.2 8.600 8.500 19.07 25/10/2018
0.090 0.015 0.020 0.020 8877CG EKOVEST-CG 0.020 Unch 1843.3 0.900 1.100 28.44 24/07/2018 0.060 0.020 0.025 0.025 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.025 Unch 4805.9 0.055 0.100 127.27 21/11/2021
0.110 0.010 0.015 0.015 8877CI EKOVEST-CI 0.015 Unch 575 0.900 1.200 36.67 11/06/2018 0.285 0.030 0.090 0.070 165126 MRCB-C26 0.080 Unch 1363.3 1.050 1.056 8.87 29/06/2018
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.060 8877CJ EKOVEST-CJ 0.060 0.005 100 0.900 1.100 42.22 13/08/2018 0.115 0.020 0.050 0.045 165127 MRCB-C27 0.050 0.010 1753.4 1.050 1.300 35.71 28/09/2018
0.095 0.050 0.065 0.060 8877CL EKOVEST-CL 0.060 Unch 300 0.900 0.980 25.56 25/10/2018 0.090 0.035 0.045 0.045 165128 MRCB-C28 0.045 0.010 296.3 1.050 1.200 27.14 28/09/2018
0.110 0.045 0.070 0.065 8877CM EKOVEST-CM 0.065 Unch 2243 0.900 1.050 34.00 31/10/2018 0.095 0.020 0.050 0.040 165129 MRCB-C29 0.050 0.005 687.9 1.050 1.300 29.76 30/11/2018
1.150 0.405 0.510 0.480 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.500 0.010 1533.3 0.900 0.480 8.89 25/06/2019 0.075 0.035 0.075 0.065 165130 MRCB-C30 0.075 0.010 5355.1 1.050 1.000 18.81 31/10/2018
0.420 0.175 0.200 0.190 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.195 -0.005 200.9 1.000 1.450 64.50 02/04/2022 0.118 0.010 0.020 0.015 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.020 Unch 2396.5 1.050 1.680 61.90 14/09/2018
0.570 0.260 0.310 0.300 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.305 0.015 307 0.730 0.700 37.67 24/09/2019 0.440 0.295 0.350 0.335 1651WB MRCB-WB 0.345 Unch 1462.4 1.050 1.250 51.90 29/10/2027
0.255 0.030 0.240 0.225 06503K FBMKLCI-C3K 0.240 0.020 505.6 1,869 1,750 0.01 29/06/2018 0.193 0.025 0.035 0.035 0092WB MTOUCHE-WB 0.035 Unch 66 0.125 0.480 312.00 16/03/2020
0.150 0.055 0.125 0.125 06503N FBMKLCI-C3N 0.125 0.010 100 1,869 1,830 1.21 31/07/2018 0.175 0.070 0.120 0.120 5703CF MUHIBAH-CF 0.120 -0.010 246.2 3.010 3.450 22.59 24/08/2018
0.120 0.055 0.110 0.095 06503O FBMKLCI-C3O 0.105 0.020 124.1 1,869 1,850 1.75 30/08/2018 0.235 0.090 0.165 0.160 13827 MYEG-C27 0.165 0.005 75.5 2.690 2.300 3.90 24/07/2018
0.680 0.600 0.680 0.665 06503Q FBMKLCI-C3Q 0.675 0.075 77.5 1,869 1,810 4.02 30/08/2018 0.325 0.090 0.210 0.195 13828 MYEG-C28 0.200 0.020 2606.6 2.690 2.550 9.67 25/09/2018
0.180 0.005 0.005 0.005 06504K FBMKLCI-H4K 0.005 Unch 1187.7 206.48 1,755 751.17 30/04/2018 0.365 0.175 0.260 0.260 13830 MYEG-C30 0.260 Unch 200.8 2.690 2.100 2.23 27/07/2018
0.170 0.005 0.025 0.015 06504L FBMKLCI-H4L 0.025 0.005 815.3 1,146 1,740 52.79 31/05/2018 0.300 0.130 0.200 0.180 13831 MYEG-C31 0.195 0.020 4092.9 2.690 2.500 11.06 28/09/2018
0.205 0.025 0.070 0.060 06504M FBMKLCI-H4M 0.065 -0.010 9251.1 1,869 1,750 -4.67 29/06/2018 0.260 0.100 0.145 0.135 13832 MYEG-C32 0.140 0.005 7482 2.690 2.800 19.70 28/09/2018
0.215 0.065 0.125 0.110 06504P FBMKLCI-H4P 0.120 -0.005 4446.4 1,869 1,830 1.08 31/07/2018 0.320 0.100 0.190 0.170 13833 MYEG-C33 0.185 0.020 2543 2.690 2.500 6.69 31/10/2018
0.215 0.105 0.155 0.135 06504Q FBMKLCI-H4Q 0.150 -0.005 1755.9 1,869 1,850 2.95 30/08/2018 0.215 0.140 0.160 0.160 13834 MYEG-C34 0.160 0.015 100 2.690 2.700 18.22 06/08/2018
0.395 0.280 0.290 0.280 06504R FBMKLCI-H4R 0.280 Unch 289.3 1,869 1,760 -2.88 30/08/2018 0.125 0.050 0.090 0.070 13835 MYEG-C35 0.080 0.010 768.9 1.050 2.650 190.48 28/09/2018
0.575 0.420 0.440 0.420 06504S FBMKLCI-H4S 0.435 -0.020 678.1 1,869 1,840 3.06 30/08/2018 0.160 0.080 0.100 0.095 13836 MYEG-C36 0.100 0.015 938 1.050 2.800 200.00 25/10/2018
0.265 0.145 0.190 0.170 06504T FBMKLCI-H4T 0.180 -0.010 846.4 1,869 1,875 5.09 28/09/2018 0.240 0.155 0.180 0.165 4707CA NESTLE-CA 0.180 0.015 409.7 150.19 160.00 12.52 31/12/2018
0.165 0.010 0.030 0.010 522238 FGV-C38 0.010 -0.025 2088 1.840 1.850 1.90 19/04/2018 0.065 0.010 0.015 0.010 0020WB NETX-WB 0.010 -0.005 150.1 0.030 0.050 100.00 08/06/2019
0.315 0.065 0.150 0.125 522239 FGV-C39 0.125 -0.015 1819 1.840 1.750 7.00 31/07/2018 0.030 0.015 0.025 0.020 0096WA NEXGRAM-WA 0.020 Unch 775.2 0.060 0.100 100.00 16/05/2022
0.135 0.010 0.050 0.030 522240 FGV-C40 0.035 Unch 6699.7 1.840 2.200 23.94 29/06/2018 0.025 0.010 0.020 0.020 0096WB NEXGRAM-WB 0.020 Unch 1001 0.060 0.260 366.67 21/07/2023
0.190 0.030 0.085 0.055 522241 FGV-C41 0.055 -0.030 32810.6 1.840 2.000 15.27 25/06/2018 0.030 0.015 0.025 0.020 0096WC NEXGRAM-WC 0.025 0.005 2102 0.060 0.100 108.33 15/01/2024
0.215 0.045 0.120 0.105 522242 FGV-C42 0.105 -0.010 3243.6 1.841 1.900 18.60 28/09/2018 0.305 0.225 0.290 0.260 0083WC NOTION-WC 0.260 -0.015 409.9 0.590 0.840 86.44 14/03/2023
0.185 0.055 0.090 0.085 522243 FGV-C43 0.085 0.005 400 1.840 2.000 20.24 21/09/2018 0.415 0.180 0.190 0.185 0172WA OCK-WA 0.185 Unch 315.4 0.760 0.710 17.76 15/12/2020
0.080 0.020 0.055 0.025 522244 FGV-C44 0.025 -0.030 3930 1.840 2.300 28.80 25/07/2018 0.225 0.085 0.090 0.090 7071WC OCR-WC 0.090 Unch 70 0.435 0.500 35.63 24/07/2021
0.145 0.060 0.095 0.080 522247 FGV-C47 0.080 -0.015 10977.3 1.840 2.450 43.59 31/10/2018 0.270 0.020 0.025 0.020 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.025 Unch 142.5 0.445 0.500 17.98 30/05/2018
0.145 0.035 0.095 0.075 522248 FGV-C48 0.075 -0.020 6927.5 1.840 2.100 22.28 30/11/2018 0.095 0.040 0.055 0.055 0079WA ORION-WA 0.055 Unch 842.7 0.105 0.170 114.29 26/07/2022
0.155 0.100 0.155 0.140 522249 FGV-C49 0.140 -0.010 4006.6 1.840 1.650 12.50 31/10/2018 0.290 0.045 0.125 0.100 7052CN PADINI-CN 0.120 0.020 323.4 4.800 4.500 3.75 29/06/2018
0.110 0.025 0.035 0.035 0150WA FINTEC-WA 0.035 Unch 353.4 0.105 0.300 219.05 19/04/2024 0.200 0.045 0.075 0.065 7052CR PADINI-CR 0.075 0.010 840.4 4.800 5.350 20.83 24/08/2018
0.105 0.030 0.050 0.045 0150WB FINTEC-WB 0.050 0.005 239.5 0.105 0.150 90.48 03/12/2022 0.090 0.060 0.090 0.085 7052CS PADINI-CS 0.085 0.005 311.8 4.800 5.600 27.29 31/10/2018
0.715 0.225 0.335 0.310 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.315 Unch 1078.7 0.890 1.060 54.49 29/11/2021 0.300 0.120 0.165 0.155 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.160 0.005 140.6 0.555 0.500 18.92 21/12/2020
0.120 0.010 0.025 0.025 539839 GAMUDA-C39 0.025 0.005 81 5.150 5.350 5.34 31/05/2018 0.300 0.135 0.165 0.160 5125WB PANTECH-WB 0.160 Unch 83.3 0.555 0.500 18.92 21/12/2021
0.230 0.120 0.170 0.165 539843 GAMUDA-C43 0.165 -0.005 520 5.150 5.000 8.30 31/07/2018 0.095 0.020 0.055 0.055 7225WB PA-WB 0.055 Unch 4419.8 0.080 0.060 43.75 17/12/2022
0.075 0.055 0.070 0.065 539846 GAMUDA-C46 0.065 0.005 856.6 5.150 5.700 16.99 30/08/2018 0.415 0.055 0.405 0.400 129516 PBBANK-C16 0.400 Unch 294.2 23.960 20.800 0.17 30/04/2018
0.225 0.095 0.150 0.150 539847 GAMUDA-C47 0.150 0.010 120 5.150 5.000 5.83 31/12/2018 0.215 0.130 0.170 0.165 129520 PBBANK-C20 0.165 0.005 969.8 23.960 25.000 9.85 28/09/2018
1.430 1.000 1.150 1.120 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.130 0.010 616.3 5.150 4.050 0.58 06/03/2021 0.150 0.010 0.085 0.075 6068WA PCCS-WA 0.085 0.005 751.1 0.245 0.600 179.59 25/12/2022
0.770 0.180 0.550 0.390 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.430 -0.030 17962.4 1.770 1.300 -2.26 20/07/2018 0.150 0.075 0.130 0.125 518315 PCHEM-C15 0.130 0.010 205.7 8.510 8.000 1.65 14/05/2018
0.085 0.025 0.055 0.030 0078CK GDEX-CK 0.040 0.015 5080.4 0.575 0.630 20.00 27/07/2018 0.190 0.140 0.185 0.175 518316 PCHEM-C16 0.185 0.015 250.6 8.510 8.200 7.23 25/07/2018
0.572 0.260 0.355 0.320 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.320 0.030 696.5 0.575 0.383 22.17 05/02/2020 0.225 0.120 0.215 0.210 518318 PCHEM-C18 0.210 0.010 172.8 8.510 8.000 2.64 30/11/2018
0.250 0.030 0.050 0.050 471530 GENM-C30 0.050 0.005 1411.6 4.990 6.000 22.75 31/07/2018 0.130 0.095 0.120 0.120 518319 PCHEM-C19 0.120 0.005 1230.2 8.510 9.300 17.04 28/09/2018
0.250 0.065 0.090 0.090 471532 GENM-C32 0.090 0.005 100 4.990 5.100 9.42 27/07/2018 0.050 0.025 0.030 0.030 6254WB PDZ-WB 0.030 0.005 15265 0.060 0.100 116.67 29/01/2023
0.145 0.050 0.075 0.075 471536 GENM-C36 0.075 0.005 100 4.990 5.600 19.44 28/09/2018 0.290 0.170 0.255 0.170 9997WB PENSONI-WB 0.255 0.085 112.9 0.585 0.600 46.15 20/01/2024
0.135 0.010 0.035 0.025 318246 GENTINGC46 0.025 Unch 59.2 9.040 9.850 10.34 31/07/2018 0.145 0.005 0.025 0.025 5219CA PESTECH-CA 0.025 -0.005 100 1.750 1.880 10.29 31/05/2018
1.950 0.735 1.060 0.940 3182WA GENTING-WA 1.050 0.115 1644.5 9.040 7.960 -0.33 18/12/2018 0.115 0.005 0.020 0.010 5219CB PESTECH-CB 0.020 Unch 100.1 1.750 2.080 21.14 31/05/2018
0.290 0.065 0.195 0.180 3204CC GKENT-CC 0.180 0.005 82 4.020 3.380 1.99 31/05/2018 0.105 0.005 0.010 0.010 5219CC PESTECH-CC 0.010 Unch 200 1.750 2.000 15.71 14/05/2018
0.255 0.055 0.155 0.140 3204CE GKENT-CE 0.140 Unch 1167.6 4.020 3.700 5.97 06/08/2018 0.250 0.050 0.125 0.125 6033CP PETGAS-CP 0.125 Unch 100 18.000 18.000 5.90 31/07/2018
0.275 0.105 0.195 0.185 3204CF GKENT-CF 0.185 Unch 124 4.020 4.280 24.88 31/10/2018 0.200 0.100 0.180 0.175 6033CQ PETGAS-CQ 0.175 -0.005 200 18.000 17.000 6.11 24/08/2018
0.055 0.025 0.035 0.030 7096WA GPA-WA 0.035 0.010 500 0.090 0.100 50.00 03/06/2025 0.305 0.025 0.050 0.045 3042CG PETRONM-CG 0.045 0.005 504.9 8.910 9.880 20.99 29/06/2018
0.145 0.005 0.030 0.020 7022CM GTRONIC-CM 0.020 Unch 11360.1 4.780 6.600 41.63 24/07/2018 0.305 0.015 0.035 0.035 3042CJ PETRONM-CJ 0.035 Unch 100 8.910 13.000 51.80 24/07/2018
0.040 0.010 0.040 0.025 7022CN GTRONIC-CN 0.030 0.010 3563.6 4.780 6.200 34.73 28/09/2018 0.290 0.005 0.015 0.010 3042CK PETRONM-CK 0.015 0.005 433 8.910 12.500 42.82 11/06/2018
0.285 0.090 0.130 0.120 7668CA HAIO-CA 0.130 Unch 200 4.990 4.380 0.80 31/05/2018 0.170 0.020 0.035 0.030 3042CM PETRONM-CM 0.030 0.005 915.1 8.910 14.500 66.78 31/10/2018
0.970 0.180 0.970 0.955 5168C2 HARTA-C2 0.970 0.060 70.5 6.610 3.725 0.38 21/06/2018 0.515 0.080 0.255 0.225 8869C1 PMETAL-C1 0.235 0.010 797.6 4.780 3.800 -0.84 29/06/2018
0.530 0.240 0.530 0.500 5168C5 HARTA-C5 0.530 0.040 228.6 6.610 5.000 1.70 25/06/2018 0.355 0.080 0.185 0.175 8869C2 PMETAL-C2 0.180 0.005 687 4.780 4.100 4.60 29/06/2018
0.250 0.110 0.250 0.225 5168C6 HARTA-C6 0.250 0.025 702.2 6.610 6.000 9.68 24/08/2018 0.330 0.020 0.125 0.110 8869C3 PMETAL-C3 0.115 0.010 2121.7 4.780 4.300 1.99 14/05/2018
0.350 0.180 0.345 0.320 5168C7 HARTA-C7 0.345 0.030 282 6.610 5.525 5.77 06/08/2018 0.305 0.020 0.150 0.115 8869C4 PMETAL-C4 0.115 0.030 449 4.780 5.000 14.23 29/06/2018
0.260 0.150 0.260 0.245 5168C8 HARTA-C8 0.260 0.015 116.8 6.610 6.500 19.97 31/10/2018 0.255 0.015 0.075 0.070 8869C5 PMETAL-C5 0.075 0.010 821 4.780 5.350 18.99 24/07/2018
0.170 0.060 0.170 0.155 5168C9 HARTA-C9 0.170 0.020 556.5 6.610 6.000 7.49 30/11/2018 0.300 0.025 0.140 0.110 8869C6 PMETAL-C6 0.110 Unch 4574.1 4.780 5.000 13.81 28/09/2018
0.995 0.075 0.235 0.210 4324CH HENGYUAN-CH 0.220 0.010 13203 8.950 8.000 18.88 29/06/2018 0.225 0.030 0.075 0.070 8869C7 PMETAL-C7 0.070 Unch 4750.5 4.780 6.300 37.66 28/09/2018
0.620 0.045 0.150 0.135 4324CI HENGYUAN-CI 0.140 0.005 524.9 8.950 7.880 19.33 29/06/2018 0.155 0.030 0.070 0.065 8869C8 PMETAL-C8 0.070 0.005 708.4 4.780 6.000 31.38 30/11/2018
0.595 0.030 0.115 0.110 4324CJ HENGYUAN-CJ 0.110 0.005 877.1 8.950 8.580 20.45 29/06/2018 0.110 0.020 0.060 0.060 8869C9 PMETAL-C9 0.060 0.005 130 4.780 6.200 35.36 12/09/2018
0.850 0.045 0.105 0.095 4324CK HENGYUAN-CK 0.095 Unch 1408.8 8.950 10.500 36.42 24/07/2018 0.255 0.005 0.010 0.005 463412 POS-C12 0.005 -0.005 1290 1.865 5.450 193.57 21/06/2018
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G L O B A L M A R K E T S . B U R S A M A L AY S I A E Q U I T Y D E R I VAT I V E S

Japan — Nikkei falls first time in three profit after a 14% jump from the previous just up 0.1% as sanctions that included a faller, while Raiffeisen Bank tumbled 12%.
days; SoftBank outperforms year on the back of restructuring efforts, blacklisting of aluminium giant Rusal sent Shares in Carlsberg, which sells a lot of its
and forecast a further gain this year. mining stocks spiralling lower. beer in Russia and is sensitive to the rouble,
TOKYO: Japanese stocks fell for the first The supermarket and shopping mall Resilience among financials stocks was significantly lagged beverage sector peers.
time in three days yesterday following a company said yesterday operating profit just enough to keep the market in positive They declined 1.1% as the currency suffered
strong rally the previous day, but index-heavy for the year that ended in February was territory. Basic resources stocks sank 1.7%, its biggest one-day fall in three years.
SoftBank rose after sources said that Sprint ¥210.3 billion. That beat the ¥204.9 billion as a sector that has already seen sharp Aluminium maker Norsk Hydro benefitted
is in new talks to merge with T-Mobile. average estimate of eight analysts polled declines as a result of trade tensions hit from sanctions hitting rival Rusal .
The Nikkei Share Average lost 0.49% to by Thomson Reuters. its lowest level in four months. The Norwegian company’s shares
21,687.1 points, after rising for the past two Aeon forecast operating profit for the “Everything gets sold off in this shot up 6.6% to the top of the European
days. The market, along with a host of global year through February 2019 would rise environment,” said John Meyer, mining index as traders said there was a positive
risk assets, had a solid session on Tuesday to ¥240 billion, well above a consensus analyst at SP Angel. “The US list may not readacross. Miner Rio Tinto was also seen
after China’s President Xi Jinping helped ease estimate of ¥221 billion from eight analysts. be the final list and it feels like there will be as a beneficiary, and its shares rose 1.1%.
fears over a US-China trade war. The results, seen as a bellwether for more sanctions so investors do not know Overall, investors were more positive
Investors were keeping a wary eye on consumer spending, come as Japanese which, if any, stocks to hold.” on the potential for stocks to recover,
discussions between US President Donald households’ confidence in the economy Stocks linked to allies of Russian President looking ahead to the start of the first-quarter
Trump and Western allies on possible worsens, with many consumers complaining Vladimir Putin suffered sharp declines. earnings season as a likely positive catalyst.
military action over a suspected poison of higher fuel and fresh food prices, and London-listed shares in En+ Group, which Financial stocks provided the most
gas attack on Saturday in Syria, allegedly the mood among companies souring for manages the assets of Russian tycoon support to the market with Deutsche Bank
ordered by President Bashar al-Assad. the first time in two years. Oleg Deripaska, sank 42% after the US up 1.2% after it named a new chief executive
Retail stocks lost ground after The retailer is focusing restructuring efforts sanctions blacklist targeted the magnate officer who said tough decisions would
department store operator JFront Retailing on its struggling general merchandise stores whose business empire has a global footprint. have to be made and the structure of its
dived 9.3% after its profit forecast for this — stores that sell a wide range of products The stock has lost more than half investment bank reviewed.
fiscal year undershot market expectations. under one roof — in favour of specialised its value since last Friday’s open, with Portuguese energy and utility group
Rival Takashimaya Co tumbled 3.3%. stores in areas such as apparel and beauty. management saying the sanctions were EDP gained 3.8% after a report French
Food shares also lost ground, with “highly likely” to materially affect the utility Engie was examining a possible bid.
Kikkoman shedding 3.6% and Asahi Group Europe — Russian sanctions dent business and prospects in an adverse way. Also on the mergers and acquisitions front,
sliding 2.2%. European share recovery Shares in Swiss pump maker Sulzer Novartis ended the day down 0.1%, giving
SoftBank Corp, Sprint Corp’s majority and technology group Oerlikon were also up earlier gains after announcing a US$8.7
owner, surged 3.5% after sources said that MILAN: Further US sanctions on Russian sharply down, falling 8.5% and 8.4% billion deal for AveXis, a move into gene
Sprint has restarted talks to merge with interests hit Europe-listed stocks on respectively after their majority holder Viktor therapy that gives the Swiss drugmaker a
T-Mobile US Inc. SoftBank contributed a Monday, denting a recovery as investors Vekselberg appeared on the sanctions list. rare-disease treatment seen reaping billions
hefty 29 points to the Nikkei index. became more hopeful a trade war between Companies with significant operations in in sales and bolsters its technology base.
Aeon Co Ltd, Japan’s largest retailer by the US and China could be averted. Russia were also punished. Precious metals BillerudKorsnas fell 7.8% after a downgrade
sales, posted a record annual operating The pan-European STOXX 600 Index miner Polymetal sank 18%, the worst STOXX to “sell” from an SEB analyst. — Reuters

Nikkei 225 Shanghai Composite Euro STOXX 50 Index Dow Jones


Index points Index points Index points Index points
24500 5800 3900 27500
3,208.08
+17.76
4825 (+0.56%)
20400 3415 23025
2,772.70
16300 3850 2930 18550
10,172.06 10,403.79
3,087.842
21,687.10
12200 -107.22 2875 2445 3,438.78 14075 24,408.00
(-0.49%) +23.93 +428.90
(+0.70%) (+1.79%)
8100 1900 1960 9600
Mar 1, 2010 Apr 11, 2018 Mar 1, 2010 Apr 11, 2018 Mar 1, 2010 Apr 10, 2018 Mar 1, 2010 Apr 10, 2018

Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE WARRANTS CLOSE
(RM)
+/-
(RM)
VOL PARENT
(‘000)
EXE
PRICE PRICE
PR’M
(%)
EXPIRY
DATE

Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.180


0.190
0.050
0.075
0.120
0.135
0.110
0.115
710637
710638
SUPERMX-C37
SUPERMX-C38
0.110
0.120
Unch
-0.005
4239.2
300.4
2.670
2.670
2.650
2.650
11.61
12.73
17/08/2018
03/09/2018
0.125 0.080 0.125 0.115 710641 SUPERMX-C41 0.115 -0.005 260.8 2.670 3.000 25.28 31/10/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY 0.205 0.025 0.045 0.040 7082WB SYF-WB 0.040 -0.005 520 0.305 0.700 142.62 11/11/2019
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.365 0.100 0.130 0.100 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.100 -0.010 368.7 0.770 1.100 55.84 11/11/2020
0.110 0.020 0.030 0.025 0132WA TDEX-WA 0.025 0.005 1528.3 0.130 0.110 3.85 21/09/2018
0.135 0.025 0.040 0.035 463415 POS-C15 0.035 -0.005 613.9 3.770 4.900 34.15 30/11/2018 0.365 0.050 0.290 0.285 534739 TENAGA-C39 0.285 Unch 353.9 15.859 14.600 1.05 29/06/2018
0.080 0.005 0.010 0.010 463416 POS-C16 0.010 Unch 532.4 3.770 6.000 60.48 03/09/2018 0.165 0.110 0.120 0.115 534743 TENAGA-C43 0.115 Unch 527.6 15.860 16.000 6.68 28/09/2018
0.085 0.025 0.025 0.025 463417 POS-C17 0.025 -0.005 100 3.770 5.100 40.25 28/09/2018 0.160 0.040 0.060 0.050 0145WA TFP-WA 0.050 -0.005 390 0.140 0.100 7.14 15/02/2019
0.110 0.065 0.110 0.100 463419 POS-C19 0.105 0.010 160 3.770 3.800 21.68 31/10/2018 3.080 1.000 1.240 1.190 7034WA TGUAN-WA 1.190 Unch 62.5 2.580 1.500 4.26 09/10/2019
0.135 0.115 0.135 0.135 463420 POS-C20 0.135 0.010 71 3.770 4.100 22.65 22/10/2018 0.100 0.025 0.040 0.040 7889WB THRIVEN-WB 0.040 Unch 53.7 0.190 0.640 257.89 05/10/2020
0.145 0.060 0.070 0.070 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.070 Unch 90.6 0.135 0.100 25.93 16/11/2019 0.145 0.015 0.055 0.055 486322 TM-C22 0.055 0.015 176.6 5.540 6.500 20.31 03/09/2018
0.215 0.095 0.120 0.110 0186WA PTRANS-WA 0.110 -0.005 2888.7 0.250 0.235 38.00 19/09/2020 0.270 0.125 0.155 0.150 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.155 0.010 122.1 0.760 0.750 19.08 21/06/2019
0.260 0.050 0.190 0.175 0007WA PUC-WA 0.175 0.005 3751.3 0.275 0.100 0.00 25/12/2024 0.810 0.095 0.110 0.105 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.105 Unch 200 1.040 1.000 6.25 26/12/2018
0.245 0.045 0.165 0.155 0007WB PUC-WB 0.160 0.010 6879 0.275 0.100 -5.45 15/02/2019 0.485 0.290 0.340 0.320 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.340 Unch 72 0.835 0.930 52.10 21/06/2021
0.210 0.095 0.210 0.205 7084CI QL-CI 0.205 0.025 191.5 5.180 4.300 2.80 30/08/2018 0.700 0.090 0.640 0.640 711320 TOPGLOV-C20 0.640 0.045 80 10.160 5.800 1.18 30/04/2018
0.150 0.065 0.090 0.085 5256WA REACH-WA 0.090 0.010 7454.8 0.335 0.750 150.75 12/08/2022 0.370 0.095 0.370 0.355 711325 TOPGLOV-C25 0.355 0.030 80 10.160 6.880 2.66 31/07/2018
0.240 0.065 0.135 0.135 1066C3 RHBBANK-C3 0.135 0.025 501.4 5.290 5.000 2.17 29/06/2018 0.685 0.155 0.670 0.635 711326 TOPGLOV-C26 0.635 0.030 299.8 10.160 7.000 0.15 11/06/2018
0.120 0.080 0.085 0.080 1066C6 RHBBANK-C6 0.080 -0.010 82.8 5.290 5.880 17.05 03/09/2018 0.290 0.180 0.260 0.250 711328 TOPGLOV-C28 0.250 0.020 1085.8 10.160 10.000 15.65 30/08/2018
0.085 0.020 0.040 0.035 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.035 0.005 20607.8 0.470 0.500 13.83 01/12/2023 0.320 0.135 0.295 0.265 711329 TOPGLOV-C29 0.280 0.025 4083.7 10.160 9.150 6.59 31/10/2018
0.145 0.005 0.005 0.005 521850 SAPNRGC50 0.005 Unch 970 0.645 1.600 149.61 29/06/2018 0.290 0.165 0.265 0.250 711330 TOPGLOV-C30 0.250 0.015 940 10.160 9.000 8.27 06/08/2018
0.100 0.005 0.010 0.010 521857 SAPNRGC57 0.010 0.005 311 0.645 1.450 128.68 25/06/2018 0.185 0.130 0.175 0.160 711331 TOPGLOV-C31 0.165 0.015 1783.6 10.160 10.500 16.34 12/09/2018
0.170 0.015 0.060 0.035 521858 SAPNRGC58 0.050 0.015 22664 0.645 0.880 49.61 30/08/2018 0.325 0.275 0.315 0.300 711332 TOPGLOV-C32 0.300 0.010 1008.7 10.160 8.800 10.24 09/11/2018
0.175 0.020 0.055 0.035 521859 SAPNRGC59 0.045 0.010 5428.1 0.645 0.800 34.50 21/09/2018 0.355 0.100 0.100 0.100 5401WA TROP-WA 0.100 -0.010 172.9 0.890 1.000 23.60 06/12/2019
0.175 0.025 0.065 0.040 521860 SAPNRGC60 0.065 0.025 5951.4 0.645 0.800 34.11 31/10/2018 0.090 0.045 0.090 0.085 7100CB UCHITEC-CB 0.090 0.005 105.4 2.750 3.500 40.36 06/08/2018
0.110 0.015 0.030 0.020 521861 SAPNRGC61 0.030 0.010 7072.6 0.645 0.900 48.84 28/09/2018 0.125 0.015 0.070 0.050 7100CC UCHITEC-CC 0.055 -0.005 2141.2 2.750 3.300 26.00 28/09/2018
0.060 0.005 0.025 0.015 521863 SAPNRGC63 0.020 0.010 17654.9 0.645 1.000 61.24 17/08/2018 0.160 0.015 0.025 0.015 514852 UEMS-C52 0.020 Unch 1215.8 0.975 1.100 15.38 31/05/2018
0.130 0.065 0.130 0.090 521864 SAPNRGC64 0.120 0.035 134710.6 0.645 0.500 14.73 31/10/2018 0.070 0.050 0.060 0.055 514857 UEMS-C57 0.060 Unch 1266.8 0.975 1.010 18.97 31/10/2018
0.125 0.105 0.125 0.105 521865 SAPNRGC65 0.115 -0.035 5741.7 0.645 0.600 46.51 22/10/2018 0.075 0.065 0.075 0.065 514858 UEMS-C58 0.070 Unch 100 0.975 1.180 42.56 22/10/2018
0.605 0.160 0.215 0.200 7247WA SCGM-WA 0.200 -0.010 210.7 1.600 3.960 160.00 31/07/2020 0.270 0.015 0.100 0.100 4588C2 UMW-C2 0.100 -0.055 338.3 6.180 5.700 0.32 30/04/2018
0.180 0.080 0.100 0.090 0161WA SCH-WA 0.100 0.005 1268 0.190 0.100 5.26 04/12/2021 0.275 0.100 0.120 0.120 4588C3 UMW-C3 0.120 -0.035 100 6.180 5.900 5.18 11/06/2018
0.200 0.120 0.140 0.130 4731CE SCIENTX-CE 0.140 0.020 100 7.740 9.200 27.91 31/10/2018 0.110 0.045 0.075 0.070 524319 UMWOG-C19 0.075 0.025 350 0.295 0.360 47.46 30/11/2018
0.125 0.045 0.065 0.060 7158WB SCOMI-WB 0.060 0.005 2598.7 0.125 0.210 116.00 18/02/2023 0.070 0.020 0.040 0.035 524321 UMWOG-C21 0.040 Unch 1903 0.295 0.420 62.71 28/09/2018
0.260 0.090 0.110 0.100 7073WC SEACERA-WC 0.110 0.010 63.4 0.595 1.000 86.55 21/01/2021 0.055 0.020 0.035 0.035 524322 UMWOG-C22 0.035 0.005 514 0.295 0.370 43.22 12/09/2018
0.240 0.075 0.150 0.140 5279CH SERBADK-CH 0.145 0.055 239 3.330 2.900 4.50 11/06/2018 0.270 0.090 0.155 0.140 5243WA UMWOG-WA 0.150 0.010 36521.6 0.295 0.395 84.75 18/10/2024
0.250 0.080 0.140 0.130 5279CI SERBADK-CI 0.140 0.020 336 3.330 3.400 16.82 31/07/2018 0.195 0.030 0.040 0.040 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.040 Unch 802 0.940 1.500 63.83 18/09/2018
0.200 0.075 0.125 0.125 5279CJ SERBADK-CJ 0.125 0.015 100 3.330 3.600 21.25 13/08/2018 0.110 0.005 0.015 0.005 5005C2 UNISEM-C2 0.010 -0.005 685 2.620 3.650 40.84 27/07/2018
0.130 0.060 0.100 0.100 5279CK SERBADK-CK 0.100 0.015 235.8 3.330 4.000 32.13 28/09/2018 0.065 0.035 0.050 0.050 5005C5 UNISEM-C5 0.050 Unch 199.8 2.620 3.150 27.86 12/09/2018
0.350 0.090 0.110 0.110 7246WA SIGN-WA 0.110 Unch 90 0.515 0.970 109.71 21/04/2021 0.100 0.045 0.085 0.070 5005C6 UNISEM-C6 0.070 -0.010 262 2.620 3.000 26.53 28/09/2018
0.410 0.085 0.295 0.275 419716 SIME-C16 0.295 0.030 267.2 2.810 2.500 9.96 31/07/2018 0.200 0.005 0.005 0.005 5005CZ UNISEM-CZ 0.005 Unch 100 1.295 3.800 194.59 31/05/2018
0.605 0.195 0.495 0.485 419717 SIME-C17 0.490 0.100 100 2.810 1.880 1.78 30/08/2018 0.145 0.040 0.075 0.070 0097CJ VITROX-CJ 0.075 0.015 329 5.730 7.000 31.33 17/08/2018
0.180 0.030 0.080 0.065 419719 SIME-C19 0.080 0.015 1683.3 2.810 3.000 12.46 31/10/2018 0.070 0.005 0.005 0.005 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.005 Unch 60 0.075 0.200 173.33 07/09/2018
0.335 0.155 0.210 0.205 419720 SIME-C20 0.205 0.035 150 2.810 3.000 21.35 06/08/2018 0.110 0.015 0.030 0.030 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.030 Unch 3163.3 0.075 0.100 73.33 22/01/2020
0.095 0.030 0.055 0.050 419721 SIME-C21 0.055 0.010 839.9 2.810 3.100 15.21 17/08/2018 0.110 0.020 0.035 0.030 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.030 Unch 2022.4 0.075 0.100 73.33 08/07/2020
0.130 0.075 0.110 0.100 419722 SIME-C22 0.105 0.015 110 2.810 3.200 25.09 28/09/2018 0.055 0.005 0.010 0.010 7070WB VIZIONE-WB 0.010 0.005 237.3 0.145 0.160 17.24 20/06/2018
0.210 0.035 0.085 0.080 5288CA SIMEPROP-CA 0.080 -0.005 86.5 1.420 1.450 13.38 30/08/2018 0.155 0.060 0.095 0.085 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.090 0.005 536 0.145 0.100 31.03 05/02/2022
0.150 0.055 0.060 0.055 5288CC SIMEPROP-CC 0.055 -0.005 538.6 1.420 1.780 31.16 30/08/2018 0.215 0.010 0.045 0.030 6963CR VS-CR 0.045 0.015 706 2.340 2.480 13.68 29/06/2018
0.130 0.050 0.055 0.050 5288CD SIMEPROP-CD 0.050 Unch 345.4 1.420 1.600 19.72 24/08/2018 0.190 0.010 0.035 0.025 6963CS VS-CS 0.030 0.010 14120.4 2.340 2.680 19.66 29/06/2018
0.235 0.005 0.025 0.015 7155CI SKPRES-CI 0.025 Unch 319.9 1.590 2.100 35.22 11/06/2018 0.280 0.010 0.040 0.025 6963CT VS-CT 0.040 0.020 1178 2.340 2.800 23.93 29/06/2018
0.165 0.050 0.085 0.085 7155CJ SKPRES-CJ 0.085 0.015 144.6 1.590 2.200 53.33 31/10/2018 0.120 0.005 0.005 0.005 6963CU VS-CU 0.005 Unch 150 1.160 3.500 203.02 31/05/2018
0.285 0.045 0.065 0.060 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.065 0.010 503.4 0.165 0.200 60.61 04/07/2021 0.120 0.015 0.030 0.020 6963CW VS-CW 0.025 0.005 4040 2.340 3.300 44.76 24/07/2018
0.220 0.060 0.120 0.075 8664C3 SPSETIA-C3 0.115 0.050 2037.4 3.020 3.166 12.24 30/08/2018 0.120 0.040 0.095 0.065 6963CZ VS-CZ 0.080 0.015 4908.2 2.340 2.600 24.79 31/10/2018
0.085 0.020 0.035 0.025 8664C5 SPSETIA-C5 0.030 0.010 11400.8 3.020 3.550 21.52 24/08/2018 1.570 0.390 0.760 0.700 6963WA VS-WA 0.735 0.050 30221.4 2.340 1.650 1.92 06/01/2019
0.100 0.040 0.070 0.050 8664C6 SPSETIA-C6 0.065 0.025 550.6 3.020 3.500 21.27 30/11/2018 0.150 0.015 0.020 0.015 9679C3 WCT-C3 0.020 0.005 1008 1.220 1.700 42.21 29/06/2018
0.105 0.105 0.105 0.105 8664C7 SPSETIA-C7 0.105 -0.045 120 3.020 3.500 29.80 22/10/2018 0.065 0.015 0.015 0.015 9679C7 WCT-C7 0.015 -0.005 902.8 1.220 1.950 62.91 17/08/2018
0.180 0.015 0.030 0.015 8664CZ SPSETIA-CZ 0.030 0.010 620 3.020 3.020 3.86 26/04/2018 0.570 0.140 0.190 0.175 9679WE WCT-WE 0.180 0.010 2373.4 1.220 2.080 85.25 27/08/2020
0.140 0.045 0.055 0.050 0129WA SRIDGE-WA 0.055 0.010 300.5 0.215 0.180 9.30 24/02/2023 0.085 0.055 0.060 0.055 5246CU WPRTS-CU 0.055 -0.010 200 3.400 4.000 24.12 12/09/2018
0.150 0.015 0.020 0.020 7143WA STONE-WA 0.020 Unch 200.7 0.180 0.300 77.78 21/06/2020 0.020 0.005 0.005 0.005 0095WA XINGHE-WA 0.005 -0.005 181.5 0.055 0.100 90.91 22/03/2019
0.195 0.095 0.145 0.135 0080WA STRAITS-WA 0.140 Unch 1951.4 0.265 0.115 -3.77 10/08/2022 0.110 0.025 0.030 0.030 0165WA XOX-WA 0.030 Unch 1129.4 0.080 0.200 187.50 10/02/2019
0.115 0.015 0.050 0.050 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.050 Unch 350 0.065 0.320 469.23 03/03/2021 0.200 0.050 0.090 0.070 7293CO YINSON-CO 0.080 -0.005 117 4.070 4.500 16.46 29/06/2018
0.055 0.010 0.020 0.015 1201WB SUMATEC-WB 0.020 0.005 5914 0.065 0.175 200.00 13/11/2018 0.140 0.060 0.100 0.075 7293CQ YINSON-CQ 0.095 -0.005 1133 4.070 4.300 14.99 24/08/2018
0.230 0.025 0.090 0.075 5263CM SUNCON-CM 0.085 0.015 693.6 2.300 2.300 6.47 31/07/2018 0.100 0.035 0.070 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.065 -0.005 955 0.380 0.500 48.68 28/05/2020
0.120 0.020 0.035 0.030 5263CN SUNCON-CN 0.035 0.015 140 2.300 2.600 17.61 29/06/2018 1.220 0.820 0.945 0.895 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.945 0.060 232.2 1.480 0.500 -2.36 24/06/2020
0.165 0.030 0.070 0.065 5263CO SUNCON-CO 0.070 0.010 500.2 2.300 2.400 11.96 24/07/2018 0.235 0.120 0.170 0.170 467714 YTL-C14 0.170 Unch 100 1.420 1.250 5.99 23/08/2018
0.735 0.305 0.440 0.410 5211WB SUNWAY-WB 0.415 Unch 1152 1.580 1.860 43.99 03/10/2024 0.170 0.090 0.170 0.120 467717 YTL-C17 0.120 0.015 200 1.420 1.550 17.61 30/11/2018
0.235 0.060 0.085 0.085 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.085 Unch 66.6 0.240 0.250 39.58 25/02/2021 0.115 0.010 0.015 0.015 6742C2 YTLPOWR-C2 0.015 Unch 410 0.990 1.300 32.83 30/08/2018
0.345 0.085 0.265 0.260 710633 SUPERMX-C33 0.260 Unch 205 2.670 1.880 -0.37 24/07/2018 0.420 0.010 0.020 0.015 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.015 -0.005 418 0.990 1.110 13.64 11/06/2018
0.425 0.105 0.330 0.315 710634 SUPERMX-C34 0.315 -0.005 63.7 2.670 2.150 4.12 31/10/2018 0.085 0.020 0.030 0.025 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.030 Unch 1211.9 0.100 0.250 180.00 25/01/2019
0.245 0.080 0.180 0.170 710636 SUPERMX-C36 0.170 -0.005 1058 2.670 2.600 16.48 28/09/2018
Please refer to the Bursa Malaysia website for the prices of loan stocks, bonds and overseas structure warrants
3 0 Markets T HU R SDAY AP RI L 1 2 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Insider moves (Filings on April 10, 2018) Trading themes


Insider Moves show what substantial shareholders are doing with their stakes, which could be a signal of their views on the company’s outlook. Global chemical weapon stockpiles
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE Chemical weapon stockpiles have decreased since the Chemical Weapons Convention
AXIS REAL ESTATE 200,900 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 67,533,506 6/4 treaty entered into force in 1997, which initiated the complete destruction of chemical
INVESTMENT TRUST
CAHYA MATA SARAWAK 300,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 98,366,400 6/4
weapon stockpiles.
CCM DUOPHARMA BIOTECH 415,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 19,079,758 5/4
COMFORT GLOVES 485,000 DATO LAU ENG GUANG 110,216,900 6/4
DIALOG GROUP (402,900) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 417,743,400 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
DIALOG GROUP (4,357,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 513,716,950 5/4
DIGI.COM 3,315,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,224,140,464 3 & 5/4
DIGI.COM (2,500,000) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 392,273,000 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
DRB-HICOM 3,337,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 169,530,187 4/4
DRB-HICOM 657,400 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 139,163,900 5/4
FRASER & NEAVE 531,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 43,242,600 5/4
GABUNGAN AQRS 340,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 28,213,700 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
GAMUDA (820,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 281,074,905 5/4
GLOBAL ORIENTAL 585,000 DUTA KEMBANG 49,992,872 5 & 6/4
GLOBETRONICS TECHNOLOGY (391,800) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 15,960,500 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
IGB REAL ESTATE 617,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 353,759,513 5/4
INVESTMENT TRUST
IHH HEALTHCARE 1,303,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 719,463,100 5/4
IJM CORPORATION 317,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 532,924,978 5/4
IOI PROPERTIES GROUP 350,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 357,767,732 5/4
JAKS RESOURCES 2,230,800 KOON YEW YIN 115,239,900 6 & 9/4
South Korean unions
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG (899,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 141,996,188 6/4 South Korea has always been known for its tough unions, that grew from a need to provide
MALAYAN BANKING 1,272,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 3,736,643,147 6/4
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA a strong counter to the might of the country’s family-run-conglomerates. They fought
MALAYAN BANKING 1,691,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,318,978,246 5/4 for workers’ wages and rights, and enjoyed strong public backing for that in the 1980s
MANAGEPAY SYSTEMS 1,500,000 DATO CHEW CHEE SENG 155,053,838 7/4 and 1990s. Nowadays, South Korea’s auto unions in particular are criticised for their
MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING (M) 290,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 45,691,800 6/4
MY E.G. SERVICES 5,000,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 294,299,750 6/4 relatively high wages and generous benefits, and the unions are not so formidable or
(DIPERBADANKAN) popular with workers. Union membership has halved in the last two decades to just
NEXTGREEN GLOBAL 645,000 LING SIEW LUAN 36,576,699 9/4
OCK GROUP 768,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 47,376,000 5/4
10% of workers.
PECCA GROUP 1,138,500 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
PETRONAS CHEMICALS GROUP 2,771,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 567,653,300 4 & 5/4
PPB GROUP 836,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 128,464,579 5/4
PRESS METAL ALUMINIUM 705,700 DATO’ KOON POH TAT 125,005,682 6/4

PUBLIC BANK 222,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 526,826,200 5/4


QL RESOURCES (1,084,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 83,863,430 5/4
S P SETIA 600,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 897,825,763 6/4
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
SIME DARBY 2,530,400 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 2,816,693,000 6/4
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
SIME DARBY (4,649,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 787,928,483 5/4
SIME DARBY PLANTATION 3,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 937,158,631 5/4
SKP RESOURCES (800,000) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 165,728,500 6/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE 801,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 414,264,900 2 & 3/4
INVESTMENT TRUST
SYMPHONY LIFE 818,100 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 19,516,600 6/4
TENAGA NASIONAL 999,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 681,394,982 5/4
TOP GLOVE CORPORATION (976,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 78,768,461 5/4
UNITED PLANTATIONS (345,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 29,945,248 5/4
V.S. INDUSTRY 400,000 DATUK BEH KIM LING 258,623,415 9 & 10/4
YINSON 300,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 140,306,100 5/4
While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an official record of shareholder Stocks closest to year high Stocks closest to year low
filings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the official filings filed with
STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME
Bursa Malaysia. Note: * denotes Ace Market
(RM) (RM) (RM) ('000) (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000)

SHANG 5.690 5.490 5.690 820.4 TAMBUN 0.760 0.730 0.730 1462
HARTA-C2 0.970 0.955 0.970 70.5 SCNWOLF 0.260 0.240 0.240 11
Local events to watch out for today HARTA-C5
HARTA
0.530
6.640
0.500
6.420
0.530
6.610
228.6
5979
REX
UEMS-C58
0.500
0.075
0.490
0.065
0.490
0.070 100
3

QL-CK 0.125 0.120 0.125 20 RHBBANK-C6 0.085 0.080 0.080 82.8


• HPE Innovation Summit 2018 — Ac- Jalan Hang Tuah, Kuala Lumpur from ABMB-CW 0.095 0.090 0.095 20 MBSB-C11 0.100 0.085 0.085 100
celerating Innovation with Hybrid IT at 10.30am to noon. HIBISCS-WC 0.400 0.350 0.355 162948.4 WPRTS-CU 0.060 0.055 0.055 200
SPSETIA-C7 0.105 0.105 0.105 120 BLDPLNT 8.080 8.070 8.070 1
One World Hotel, First Avenue, Bandar • KeTTHA Programme Malaysia — Neth-
MAYBANKC40 0.090 0.090 0.090 300 SPSETIA-C7 0.105 0.105 0.105 120
Utama City Centre, Petaling Jaya from erlands Water Dialogue at Kuala Lumpur QL-CJ 0.140 0.140 0.140 10 FBMKLCI-H4S 0.440 0.420 0.435 678.1
9am to 5pm. Convention Centre, Conference Hall 7, QL 5.180 5.070 5.180 669.1 HUMEIND 1.620 1.560 1.570 99.4
• Malaysia Ecommerce Summit 2018, today Room 1 at 2pm. SAPNRGC64 0.130 0.090 0.120 134710.6 TEXCHEM 0.830 0.810 0.815 253.6
and tomorrow, at Asia Pacific Universi- • Ctos Data Systems Sdn Bhd partner- SAPNRGC65 0.125 0.105 0.115 5741.7 HSI-H4H 0.970 0.950 0.955 409.5
ty of Technology and Innovation, Jalan ship signing ceremony between Ctos ASTRO-C7 0.130 0.090 0.130 190 ALLIANZ-PA 10.520 10.500 10.500 1
PMETAL-C10 0.130 0.130 0.130 10 JTIASA-CQ 0.015 0.005 0.015 15417.2
Teknologi 5, Taman Teknologi Malaysia, and Lenddo, followed by cocktails and a
HARTA-C8 0.260 0.245 0.260 116.8 SPSETIA-CZ 0.030 0.015 0.030 620
Kuala Lumpur from 9.30am to 6pm. networking session at InterContinental DIALOG-C26 0.195 0.190 0.195 199.8 HSI-H4G 0.695 0.690 0.690 20
• Launch of BizSmart Challenge 2018 by Hotel, Junior Ballroom 1, Jalan Ampang, DIALOG-C21 0.215 0.210 0.210 100 HARBOUR-WC 0.220 0.155 0.220 3.8
Alliance Bank and EcoWorld at Bukit Kuala Lumpur, from 4.30pm to 6pm. This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
Bintang Centre Kuala Lumpur, Main Hall, could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
profit-taking activities could set in later. bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


NZ EURO US SWISS BRIT CANADA BRUNEI S’PORE AUST M’SIA CHINA BANGL’H DENM’K UAE INA INDIA JAPAN NORWAY PHIL QATAR SAUDI SWEDEN THAI HK

NZ $ 0.595 0.737 0.705 0.520 0.929 0.969 0.964 0.951 2.8566 4.630 61.090 4.429 2.707 10,139 48.126 78.696 5.722 38.305 2.683 2.764 6.120 22.965 5.785
EURO 1.681 1.239 1.186 0.874 1.562 1.630 1.621 1.598 4.8016 7.782 102.684 7.444 4.549 17,043 80.894 132.279 9.619 64.385 4.509 4.646 10.286 38.601 9.724
US $ 1.357 0.807 0.957 0.705 1.261 1.315 1.308 1.290 3.8760 6.282 82.890 6.009 3.672 13,757 65.300 106.780 7.764 51.974 3.640 3.750 8.303 31.160 7.850
SWISS FR 1.418 0.844 1.045 0.737 1.318 1.375 1.367 1.348 4.0502 6.564 86.615 6.279 3.837 14,376 68.235 111.579 8.113 54.310 3.804 3.919 8.677 32.560 8.202
STERLING £ 1.924 1.145 1.418 1.357 1.788 1.866 1.855 1.829 5.4969 8.909 117.553 8.522 5.208 19,511 92.607 151.434 11.011 73.709 5.162 5.318 11.776 44.191 11.132
CANADA $ 1.076 0.640 0.793 0.759 0.559 1.043 1.038 1.023 3.0740 4.982 65.739 4.766 2.913 10,911 51.788 84.686 6.158 41.220 2.887 2.974 6.585 24.713 6.225
BRUNEI $ 1.032 0.614 0.760 0.728 0.536 0.959 0.995 0.981 2.9466 4.775 63.014 4.568 2.792 10,459 49.642 81.176 5.903 39.511 2.767 2.851 6.312 23.688 5.967
SINGAPORE $ 1.037 0.617 0.764 0.731 0.539 0.964 1.005 0.986 2.9626 4.801 63.356 4.593 2.807 10,515 49.912 81.617 5.935 39.726 2.782 2.866 6.347 23.817 6.000
AUSTRALIA $ 1.052 0.626 0.775 0.742 0.547 0.977 1.020 1.014 3.0047 4.870 64.257 4.658 2.847 10,665 50.621 82.776 6.019 40.290 2.822 2.907 6.437 24.155 6.085
MALAYSIA RM 0.350 0.208 0.258 0.247 0.182 0.325 0.339 0.338 0.333 1.0000 1.621 21.385 1.550 0.947 3,549 16.847 27.549 2.003 13.409 0.939 0.968 2.142 8.039 2.025
100 CHINESE RMB 21.600 12.851 15.919 15.235 11.225 20.073 20.940 20.827 20.535 61.7030 1,320 95.662 58.462 219,007 1,039.524 1,700 123.604 827.384 57.946 59.700 132.183 496.045 124.960
100 BANGLAD’H TAKA 1.637 0.974 1.206 1.155 0.851 1.521 1.587 1.578 1.556 4.6761 7.578 7.250 4.430 16,597 78.779 128.821 9.367 62.702 4.391 4.524 10.017 37.592 9.470
100 DANISH KRONER 22.580 13.433 16.641 15.925 11.734 20.983 21.890 21.772 21.467 64.5010 104.53 1,379 61.113 228,938 1,086.66 1,777 129.21 864.90 60.57 62.41 138.18 518.54 130.63
100 UAE DIRHAM 36.947 21.981 27.230 26.059 19.201 34.334 35.819 35.625 35.126 105.5441 171.05 2,257 163.63 374,615 1,778 2,908 211.43 1,415 99.12 102.12 226.10 848.49 213.75
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.007 0.007 0.005 0.009 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0282 0.046 0.603 0.044 0.027 0.475 0.776 0.056 0.378 0.026 0.027 0.060 0.226 0.057
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.078 1.236 1.531 1.466 1.080 1.931 2.014 2.004 1.975 5.9357 9.620 126.937 9.202 5.624 21,068 163.522 11.890 79.593 5.574 5.743 12.716 47.718 12.021
100 JAPAN YEN 1.271 0.756 0.937 0.896 0.660 1.181 1.232 1.225 1.208 3.6299 5.883 77.627 5.628 3.439 12,884 61.154 7.271 48.674 3.409 3.512 7.776 29.182 7.351
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 17.475 10.397 12.879 12.325 9.081 16.239 16.942 16.850 16.614 49.9200 80.904 1,068 77.394 47.298 177,185 841.013 1,375 669.384 46.881 48.300 106.941 401.318 101.097
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.611 1.553 1.924 1.841 1.357 2.426 2.531 2.517 2.482 7.4576 12.086 159.484 11.562 7.066 26,470 125.640 205.449 14.939 7.004 7.216 15.976 59.953 15.103
100 QATAR RIYAL 37.276 22.177 27.473 26.291 19.372 34.640 36.138 35.943 35.439 106.4835 172.574 2,277 165.088 100.890 377,950 1,794 2,934 213.308 1,428 103.027 228.114 856.046 215.648
100 SAUDI RIYAL 36.181 21.525 26.665 25.518 18.802 33.622 35.076 34.886 34.398 103.3545 167.503 2,210 160.237 97.925 366,844 1,741 2,847 207.040 1,386 97.062 221.411 830.891 209.312
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.341 9.722 12.043 11.525 8.492 15.185 15.842 15.756 15.536 46.6800 75.653 998.270 72.371 44.228 165,685 786.428 1,286 93.510 625.939 43.838 45.165 375.271 94.535
100 THAI BAHT 4.354 2.591 3.209 3.071 2.263 4.047 4.221 4.199 4.140 12.4390 20.159 266.013 19.285 11.786 44,151 209.562 342.682 24.918 166.796 11.682 12.035 26.647 25.191
100 HK$ 17.286 10.284 12.739 12.192 8.983 16.063 16.758 16.667 16.434 49.3783 80.026 1,055.975 76.554 46.785 175,262 831.887 1,360 98.915 662.121 46.372 47.776 105.780 396.964
Note: Run your finger down the left-hand side until you reach the country of origin you plan to exchange. Then move your finger until that line intersects with the vertical column of the currency you wish to buy. The figure is how much you will get. The above rates are subject to change and provided by Thompson Reuters.
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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 18.00
1,873.00 90000 -5.50 4.5
(+13.50) (-1.50) 3.73
96.5
(Unch)
1785 68000 4.75
3.5

1590 -8.50 88.0


46000
89.468
(-0.119) 2.5
1395 24000 -21.75 79.5

1200 2000 -35.00 71.0 1.5


Jan 4, 2010 Apr 11, 2018 Jan 4, 2010 Apr 11, 2018 Oct 2, 2006 Apr 11, 2018 Oct 1, 2000 Apr 11, 2018

FBM KLCI futures end higher FBM KLCI futures US dollar mired at two-week Klibor
with uptrend cash market INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
lows as Syria fears grow MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracts on Bursa FBMKLCI 1,869.89 8.91 135.9M The US dollar slipped to a two-week low APR8 96.30 — — —
MAY8 96.29 — — —
Malaysia Derivatives ended higher yesterday, APR 18 1,873.00 13.50 5,404 31,833 325 against a basket of currencies yesterday as JUN8 96.27 — — —
tracking the uptrend on the underlying cash MAY 18 1,867.50 11.50 235 619 23
trade war fears receded but uncertainty over SEP8 96.27 — — —
JUN 18 1,865.00 11.50 98 527 -21
market. SEP 18 1,863.00 11.00 72 217 5
possible Western military action against Syria DEC8 96.27 — — —
April 2018 was 13.5 points higher at TOTAL bred risk aversion among some investors. MAR9 96.22 — — —
5,809 33,196 332
JUN9 96.22 — — —
1,873; May 2018 and June 2018 surged 11 Equity markets fell with US stock index SEP9 96.22 — — —
points to 1,867.5 and 1,865 rexpectively, FUTURES APR/MAY
ROLL OVER BID
-5.0
OFFER
-6.0
CLOSE
-5.5
futures down nearly 1% and the safe-haven DEC9 96.22 — — —
while September 2018 chalked up 11 points Japanese yen climbed to the day’s highs MAR0 96.22 — — —
to 1,863. FUTURES FAIR VALUE against the US dollar. JUN0 96.22 — — —
SEP0 96.22 — — —
Turnover fell to 5,809 lots from 6,470 lots on CONTRACT
APR 18
DAYS TO EXPIRY
20
KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE
3.31 0.65 2.66
Concerns about military action in Syria DEC0 96.22 — — —
Tuesday, while open interest narrowed slightly MAY 18 51 8.72 9.53 -0.81 appear to be overshadowing any relief about MAR1 96.22 — — —
to 33,196 contracts from 33,539 contracts. ROLL’S FAIR -3.47 a reduction in trade tensions between China JUN1 96.22 — — —
The underlying benchmark FBM KLCI and the US. SEP1 96.22 — — —
DEC1 96.22 — — —
closed 8.91 points higher at 1,869.89. The US dollar index versus a basket of
MAR2 96.22 — — —
Southeast Asian stock markets, except six major peers was down 0.1% to 89.468, JUN2 96.22 — — —
Vietnam, rose yesterday after US President trading within sight of a low of 89.251 set SEP2 96.22 — — —
Donald Trump and Chinese President on March 28. DEC2 96.22 — — —
Xi Jinping both struck conciliatory notes between Washington and Beijing on tariffs. Against the yen, the US dollar fell about MAR3 96.22 — — —
TOTAL 0 0
on trade, holding hopes of a compromise — Agencies 0.3% to trade at ¥106.75. — 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
US$/troy oz
CPO RM/tonne Open Interest CPO RM/tonne Soyoil US$/Ibs US$/bbl
1980
4200 200000 6400 0.700 155.00

1660 1,349.40
3450 152500 5075 0.3218 0.525 121.25 (+6.50)
(RM2,748/tonne) 66.16
(+0.65) 1340
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50

1950 53.75 1020


2,431 57500 2425 0.175
(-2) 2,431
1200 (-2) 700
10000 20.00
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Apr 11, 2018 Apr 10, 2007 Apr 11, 2018 Aug 31, 2008 Apr 11, 2018
Jan 6, 2008 Apr 11, 2018

Palm oil slips on weaker- CPO futures BrenthitshighestafterTrump Commodities

related edible oils CONTRACT


MAY-18
LAST
2,432
CHANGE
-1
VOLUME
348
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
10,100 -566
threatenstofire missilesatSyria AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,431 -2
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 528.00 1.50
JUN-18 2,431 -2 14,499 64,380 540
Malaysian palm oil futures were lower in late Oil hit its highest in more than three years CORN USC/BSH CBOT 389.50 0.25
JUL-18 2,434 4 8,219 56,953 2,317
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 1,057.25 7.25
trade yesterday, recording a third straight AUG-18 2,433 7 4,289 23,138 612 yesterday after US President Donald Trump
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 488.25 -3.75
day of losses on the back of weaker-related SEP-18 2,428 5 3,688 34,252 -57 threatened to fire missiles at Syria in response LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 102.10 -0.40
edible oils on the US Chicago Board of Trade CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL to a suspected chemical attack last week. COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,518 -13
and China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange. INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER CURRENT FUTURES BASIS (USD) Some major airlines were re-routing COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 118.80 -0.75
APR/MAY -29 -73.32
The benchmark palm oil contract for June APR/JUN -28 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -75.69
flights yesterday after Europe’s air traffic SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 12.04 -0.15
delivery on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives fell APR/JUL control agency warned aircraft flying in the COTTON USC/IBS NYC 83.50 -0.01
-31 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -89.88
0.1% or RM2 to RM2,431 a tonne at the end MAY/JUN 1 eastern Mediterranean to exercise caution METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 21,000 -150
of the trading day. SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) due to possible air strikes on Syria. COPPER USC/IBS CMX 3.1510 0.0050
“The market is still under correction and SHIPMENT DAYS JAN’18 FEB’18 MAC’18 Trump has criticised Moscow for standing GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,349.40 6.50
following weaker-related oils,” said a Kuala 1 - 10TH DAYS 381/259 421/412 340/358 by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 937.00 4.90
1 - 15TH DAYS 565/553 635/608 604/596
Lumpur-based futures trader. “Russia vows to shoot down any and PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 949.35 4.85
Another trader said the market is taking 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
745/728
1,033/1,014
815/792 926/913
1,077/1,065 1,190/1,166
all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.85 0.25
a break from recent movements and would FULL MONTH because they will be coming, nice and new ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 14,305 5
1,313/1,290 1,168/— 1,395/1,145
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 24,440 -60
trade in the RM2,400 to RM2,450 range. MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD and ‘smart!’,” he wrote in a post on Twitter
Palm oil rose to a five-week high last NOV’17 DEC’17 JAN’18 FEB’18 yesterday. ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 66.16 0.65
week after Malaysia said it would extend tax PRODUCTION 1,943 1,834 1,587 1,343 Brent stood at US$71.73 a barrel, up 69 HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 2.0671 0.0118
exemptions on crude palm oil (CPO) exports EXPORT
STOCKS
1,354
2,557
1,423
2,732
1,513
2,548
1,312
2,478
US cents on the day, while US crude futures NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 2.670 -0.024
to a fourth straight month in April, a move rose 65 US cents from their last close to BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 71.73 0.69
MPOB Palm oil physical
aimed at cutting inventories and propping up US$66.16 a barrel. — Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 637.50 9.75
prices. It fell over 1% in the previous session (IN RM/TON) APR’18 MAY’18 JUN’18

on bearish data from industry regulator, the CPO DELD


PK EX-MILL
2,425.50 2,432.00 NO TRADE
1,860.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE
Centrifuged Latex Rubber - M’sia SMR 20
Malaysian Palm Oil Board. CPKO DELD 3,935.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
Palm oil production rose 17.2% to 1.57 RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
million tonnes in March from the previous RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE
month, while exports climbed 19.2% to 1.57 RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 448.50 1475 528.00
(-1.00)
million tonnes, the data showed. MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) (+1.50)

While stockpiles fell 6.2% to 2.32 million REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
tonnes, the decline was smaller than market NORTH 20.00% 526 19.00% 503 18.00% 479
expectations. 500 625
SOUTH 20.00% 533 19.00% 509 18.00% 485
A Reuters poll had forecast March end- CENTRAL 20.00% 527 19.00% 503 18.00% 479
300
stocks in Malaysia to decline 8.6% from EAST COAST 20.00% 529 19.00% 505 18.00% 481 200

February to 2.27 million tonnes. — Reuters SABAHSARAWAK


22.00% 512
22.00% 519
21.00% 490
21.00% 497
20.00% 469
20.00% 475
Jan 7, 2007 Apr 11, 2018 Jan 7, 2007 Apr 11, 2017
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KLCI 1,869.89 8.91 FBM ACE 5,557.59 51.92 FTSTI 3,479.76 13.38 NIKKEI 21,687.10 107.22 HANG SENG 30,897.71 168.97 DOW JONES 24,408.00 428.90

To create one’s world in any of the arts Market movers


takes courage. — Georgia O’Keeffe
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 SAPNRG 607,914.2 0.110 20.56 0.645 — 1.87
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) UMWOG 201,221.5 0.020 7.27 0.295 — 0.00
Index point 1,873.00
1874.0 (+13.50) SAPNRG 607,914 20.56 0.110 0.645 0.670 0.545 BORNOIL 180,389.1 0.005 6.67 0.080 46.88 0.00
1872.4 BORNOIL 180,389 6.67 0.005 0.080 0.085 0.070 HIBISCS-WC 162,948.4 0.015 4.41 0.355 — 0.00
1870.8 HIBISCS-WC 162,948 4.41 0.015 0.355 0.400 0.350 HUAAN 155,805.6 -0.005 -1.18 0.420 5.90 0.00
1869.2 KL Composite Index SAPNRGC64 134,711 41.18 0.035 0.120 0.130 0.090 PUC 147,197.5 0.015 5.77 0.275 — 0.00
1,869.89
1867.6 (+8.91) MMAG 118,144 32.35 0.055 0.225 0.230 0.170 SAPNRGC64 134,710.6 0.030 33.33 0.120 — 0.00
MMAG-PA 112,490 6.67 0.005 0.080 0.085 0.075 MMAG 118,144.2 0.055 32.35 0.225 — 0.00
1866.0
KLCI futures UMWOG-WA 36,522 7.14 0.010 0.150 0.155 0.140 NEXGRAM 113,691.6 0.005 9.09 0.060 — 0.00
1864.4
MMAG-WB 32,904 10.00 0.005 0.055 0.060 0.050 MMAG-PA 112,489.9 0.005 6.67 0.080 — —
1862.8 FGV-C41 32,811 -35.29 -0.030 0.055 0.085 0.055 SKH 110,528.0 0.005 5.26 0.100 — 0.00
1861.2 VS-WA 30,221 7.30 0.050 0.735 0.760 0.700 HIBISCS 90,095.1 0.045 5.45 0.870 32.87 0.00
1859.6 PDZ 26,887 -7.69 -0.005 0.060 0.070 0.060 GLOTEC 53,263.8 UNCH UNCH 0.045 — 0.00
1858.0 INARI-C7 25,712 50.00 0.005 0.015 0.025 0.010 SUMATEC 50,780.6 UNCH UNCH 0.065 — 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
VIVOCOM 24,652 0.00 0.000 0.075 0.080 0.070 UMWOG-WA 36,521.6 0.010 7.14 0.150 — 0.00
NWP 24,348 -1.82 -0.005 0.270 0.295 0.260 MMAG-WB 32,904.1 0.005 10.00 0.055 — 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI SAPNRGC58 22,664 42.86 0.015 0.050 0.060 0.035 FGV-C41 32,810.6 -0.010 -15.38 0.055 — 0.00
RSENA-WA 20,608 16.67 0.005 0.035 0.040 0.035 VS-WA 30,221.4 0.050 7.30 0.735 — 0.00
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day AAX 28,889.3 0.005 1.30 0.390 16.74 0.00
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 UCREST 28,205.1 -0.005 -1.61 0.305 14.83 0.00
1,869.89 traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
(+8.91) 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
1,854.14 Bursa share volume exceeds four CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

billion amid GE14 timing certainty CARLSBG


AJI
19.600
22.680
0.760
0.480
ALLIANZ-PA
TOCEAN
10.500
0.350
-0.900
-0.270
1122.5 HSI-C1U 1.660 0.470 UMW 6.180 -0.260
CMSB 4.400 0.460 APM 3.350 -0.170
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI rose 8.91 points or 0.5% KESM 17.460 0.440 SIMEPLT 5.630 -0.170
820.0 to 1,869.89 yesterday, while volume across Bursa Malaysia FAREAST 9.600 0.400 HSI-H4H 0.955 -0.135
Jan 2, 2008 Apr 11, 2018 exceeded four billion shares amid certainty on Malaysia’s GTRONIC 4.780 0.310 UNISEM 2.620 -0.110
14th general election (GE14) timing. CHINTEK 7.500 0.300 IBRACO 0.650 -0.110
900
On Tuesday, the Election Commission (EC) announced SAM 6.400 0.290 KLK 25.480 -0.100
VITROX 5.730 0.270 HLIND 10.860 -0.100
600
that GE14’s polling date will be on May 9, while the
PETRONM 8.910 0.270 PETGAS 18.000 -0.100
nomination date is on April 28. At a press conference, EC ASTRO 2.040 0.260 MFCB 3.390 -0.090
300 chairman Tan Sri Mohd Hashim Abdullah said the election
writ was to be issued yesterday, while early voting will be Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
held on May 5.

 
Volume (’mil)
Yesterday, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
the government had declared GE14 polling day on May 9 as
FBM KLCI futures an additional public holiday to enable Malaysians to fulfil MHB-C5 0.015 200.00 FGV-C38 0.010 -71.43
DSONIC-C3 0.010 100.00 FGV-C44 0.025 -54.55
CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW
their obligations as voters.
SAPNRGC57 0.010 100.00 XINGHE-WA 0.005 -50.00
APR 18 1,873.00 13.50 1,873.50 1,858.50 Bursa’s small-cap and technology indices gained 1.43% SAPNRGC63 0.020 100.00 POS-C12 0.005 -50.00
MAY 18 1,867.50 11.50 1,868.00 1,855.00 and 2.07% respectively. Across Bursa Malaysia, 4.65 billion MALAKOF-C5 0.010 100.00 ECOWLD-CK 0.005 -50.00
JUN 18 1,865.00 11.50 1,865.00 1,855.00
shares worth RM3.21 billion changed hands. ASTRO-C5 0.010 100.00 MAHSING-C13 0.005 -50.00
Areca Capital Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Danny VS-CT 0.040 100.00 TOCEAN 0.350 -43.55
FBM KLCI sensitivity* Wong told theedgemarkets.com that as “GE14’s date is now VIZIONE-WB 0.010 100.00 A50CHIN-H7 0.095 -38.71
SMCAP-WB 0.050 100.00 UMW-C2 0.100 -35.48
KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME certain, the market is moving ahead strongly”.
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) DSONIC-C6 0.045 80.00 FGV-C41 0.055 -35.29
CIMB GROUP 2.43 0.160 7.200 20632.6
Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice president of research Vincent SPSETIA-C3 0.115 76.92 NETX-WB 0.010 -33.33
MAYBANK 2.16 0.120 10.600 26411.2 Lau said the “strong momentum seen in the Malaysian stock DSONIC-C7 0.035 75.00 UNISEM-C2 0.010 -33.33
PETRONAS CHEMICAL 0.79 0.060 8.510 10310.0 market is across the board and is led by small and mid-cap
SIME DARBY 0.79 0.070 2.810 23368.2 stocks”. Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
PRESS METAL 0.70 0.110 4.780 6452.0 Across Asian stock markets, Japan’s Nikkei 225 dropped
GENTING 0.64 0.100 9.040 2546.4 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
IHH HEALTHCARE 0.41 0.030 6.060 2745.8
0.49%, South Korea’s Kospi fell 0.27%, while Hong Kong’s CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
GENTING MALAYSIA 0.39 0.040 4.990 8846.5 Hang Seng Index closed up 0.55%. — by Billy Toh MHB-C5 0.015 200.00 FGV-C38 0.010 -71.43
MAXIS 0.39 0.030 5.870 580.8
World equity indices SAPNRGC63 0.020 100.00 FGV-C44 0.025 -54.55
TELEKOM MALAYSIA 0.31 0.050 5.540 2410.2 VS-CT 0.040 100.00 XINGHE-WA 0.005 -50.00
AMMB HOLDINGS 0.30 0.060 3.980 4524.7 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE ASTRO-C5 0.010 100.00 POS-C12 0.005 -50.00
RHB BANK 0.26 0.040 5.290 937.3
DOW JONES 24,408.00 428.90 INDONESIA 6,360.93 35.11 SAPNRGC57 0.010 100.00 ECOWLD-CK 0.005 -50.00
MISC -0.29 -0.040 7.140 1608.4
S&P 500 2,656.87 43.71 JAPAN 21,687.10 -107.22 SMCAP-WB 0.050 100.00 MAHSING-C13 0.005 -50.00
PETRONAS GAS -0.33 -0.100 18.000 154.1
NASDAQ 100 6,615.87 143.53 KOREA 2,444.22 -6.52 VIZIONE-WB 0.010 100.00 A50CHIN-H7 0.095 -38.71
TENAGA NASIONAL -0.37 -0.040 15.860 8819.8
FTSE 100 7,266.75 72.00 PHILIPPINES 7,943.93 9.25 DSONIC-C3 0.010 100.00 UMW-C2 0.100 -35.48
SIME DARBY PLANTATION -1.91 -0.170 5.630 3172.1
AUSTRALIA 5,828.70 -28.30 SINGAPORE 3,479.76 13.38 MALAKOF-C5 0.010 100.00 FGV-C41 0.055 -35.29
SUB-TOTAL 6.67
CHINA 3,208.08 17.76 TAIWAN 10,974.02 46.84 DSONIC-C6 0.045 80.00 NETX-WB 0.010 -33.33
OTHERS 2.24
HONG KONG 30,897.71 168.97 THAILAND 1,763.22 2.27 SPSETIA-C3 0.115 76.92 UNISEM-C2 0.010 -33.33
GRAND TOTAL 8.91
INDIA 33,940.44 60.19 VIETNAM 1,167.11 -31.01 DSONIC-C7 0.035 75.00 MAHSING-C12 0.010 -33.33
* How stock price changes affected the index on the previous trading day

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