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WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 2018 ISSUE 2629/2018

FINANCIAL
DAILY
www.theedgemarkets.com
MAKE
BETTER
DECISIONS
Malaysia Airlines says MoU
with Boeing remains in place
8 HOME BUSINESS

2 AFP

Ex-investment

MIDWEEK
banker jailed for
six months,
fined RM1m for

VOTING
insider trading
5 HOME BUSINESS

TSR Capital to
pay RM58.94m for Polling set for Wednesday, May 9, with nominations
Kwasa Land project
on April 28. Chester Tay has the story on Page 4.
6 HOME BUSINESS

Domestic air travel


less promising
during this election
period — MAHB
7 HOME BUSINESS

Interest in small
caps to return post
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23 L I VE I T !

Porsche’s 911 GT3


will attract all the
attention you can
handle

Wall Street opens higher as Xi soothes


trade war fears PA G E 2
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Wall Street opens higher


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Fajarbaru buys stake
to embark on third
Australian project
KUALA LUMPUR: Fajarbaru
Builder Group Bhd has, via its
Xi soothes trade war fears; all 30 Dow components positive unit, bought 98 shares or a 49%
stake in Australian firm Beulah
Northcote Land Pty Ltd (BNL),
BY SW ETA SINGH open the country’s economy and could have been aggressive about for A$98 (RM290.84), paving
said China would raise the foreign US tariffs or been conciliatory and the way for the group to embark
NEW YORK: Wall Street opened ownership limit in automobile, it feels like he’s more conciliato- on its third property project in
higher yesterday after Chinese Pres- shipbuilding and aircraft sectors ry,” Wunderlich Securities chief Australia. Following the stake
ident Xi Jinping promised to cut “as soon as possible”. market strategist Art Hogan said buy, Fajarbaru will inject an-
import tariffs, soothing investors’ His comments buoyed global in New York. other A$2.99 million into BNL,
concerns about rising US-China markets, under pressure as China Shares in major US automak- to acquire 2.99 million new BNL
trade tensions. and the US threatened each other ers such as General Motors, Ford, shares to keep its stake at 49%
Ten of the 11 major S&P sectors with billions in tariffs and inves- Fiat Chrysler and Tesla were up as BNL raises its issued share
were higher, with technology and tors feared protectionist meas- between 2% and 3% following Xi’s capital to A$6.1 million. BNL,
energy stocks leading the gainers. ures would hit global economic comments. a wholly-owned unit of Beulah
The three major US indices were up growth. At 9.54am ET, the Dow Jones Land Holdings Pty Ltd, holds
more than 1% with all 30 Dow com- Energy stocks gained as oil broke industrial average was up 317.16 the development rights to two
ponents in the positive territory. above US$70 (RM271) a barrel on points, or 1.32%, at 24,296.26. The freehold plots measuring a total
In his first public comments easing trade war fears between the S&P 500 was up 28.34 points, or of 5,018 sq m in Northcote, Mel-
since the trade dispute with US world’s two largest economies. 1.08%, at 2,641.5 and the Nasdaq bourne, Australia. “The develop-
The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd President Donald Trump’s ad- “The expectation was this could Composite was up 70.79 points, or ment consists of at least 15 resi-
(266980-X)
Level 3, Menara KLK, No 1 Jalan PJU 7/6,
ministration started, Xi vowed to have gone one of two ways: he (Xi) 1.02%, at 7,021.14. — Reuters dential two-storey townhouses
Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, along Merri Creek in Northcote,”
Selangor, Malaysia said Fajarbaru in a Bursa Malay-

Xi throws the trade ball back


sia filing. Fajarbaru will finance
the capital injection via internal
Publisher and Group CEO Ho Kay Tat funds. The acquisition is expect-

into Trump’s court


ed to be completed by April 16,
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Editor-in-Chief Azam Aris BY CHRISTOP HER BE DDO R critics with insubstantial reform KUALA LUMPUR: Prestariang
Executive Editors Ooi Inn Leong, petri dishes. Bhd yesterday said it had fulfilled
Kathy Fong, Jenny Ng, Diana Khoo
Senior Editors Cindy Yeap, HONG KONG: China’s President There was no mention of ad- all the conditions precedent of a
Jose Barrock, Kang Siew Li Xi Jinping is throwing the trade dressing the industrial policies concession agreement entered
Associate Editors R B Bhattacharjee, ball back into US President Donald that aim to substitute foreign im- into with the Government of
Vasantha Ganesan Trump’s court. Xi yesterday pledged ports with local brands or curbing Malaysia to implement the im-
Assistant Editors Adeline Paul Raj,
Tan Choe Choe, Ben Shane Lim, yet more market opening. broader state intervention in the migration department’s Sistem
Khairie Hisyam Aliman, He rehashed many old promises economy. Kawalan Imigresen Nasional
Kanagaraju S Sithambaram but dangled a few substantive ones Hawks such as US Trade Rep- (SKIN) or National Immigration
Chief Copy Editor Halim Yaacob on autos and other areas, and sug- resentative Robert Lighthizer will Control System. The concession
Senior Copy Editor Melanie Proctor
Copy Editor Tham Kid Cheng gested they could happen quickly. likely see the package as a risible agreement (CA) was signed on
Art Director Sharon Khoh The still-vague opening offer is low-ball offer. July 18 last year between Prestar-
Chief Graphic Designer Cheryl Loh unlikely to appease US hardliners, Even so, the speech dangles a iang SKIN Sdn Bhd (PSKIN) — a
Design Team Valerie Chin, or even moderates in the US busi- carrot as an alternative to Beijing’s wholly-owned unit of Prestar-
Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville,
Aminullah Abdul Karim, ness community. However, they do retaliatory stick, and provides a real iang’s 70%-owned subsidiary,
Noorain Duasa, Tun Mohd Zafian create space for Trump to justify opportunity for Trump to delay, at Prestariang Services Sdn Bhd
Mohd Za’abah continued negotiations. Xi’s most substantive pledges are aimed least, embarking on a tariff battle — and the home affairs minis-
Xi’s most substantive pledges are squarely at the auto sector, a key US that even his own business lobby try. The concession agreement
EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION
Manager Katherine Tan aimed squarely at the auto sector, a constituency. Photo by Reuters doesn’t want to fight. Financial was conditional upon PSKIN
Senior Coordinator Maryani Hassan key US constituency. The People’s markets rallied after the speech. obtaining written notice from
Republic will raise foreign owner- Taking Xi’s conciliatory gesture the government confirming it
CORPORATE ship limits in the industry “as soon For example, Xi suggested China for what it is — a low baseline for has fulfilled the conditions prec-
Chief Operating Officer
Lim Shiew Yuin as possible”, Xi said, and cut duties would shorten the so-called “nega- more negotiations — would allow edent in the agreement within
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Sharon Teh (012) 313 9056 The speech lent little support to munity. right to be sceptical of promised Syed Jaafar
General Manager those arguing Xi is becoming a true Xi also mentioned exploring Chinese reforms coming “soon”.
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Senior Sales Managers leader on free trade. It also risks en- “free trade ports”, suggesting reg- However, as an opening move, it’s Johor’s Sultan Ibrahim
Fong Lai Kuan (012) 386 2831 gendering more “promise fatigue”. ulators will keep trying to buy off worth entertaining. — Reuters ups Berjaya Assets stake
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Creative Marketing of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan
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Iskandar has raised his stake in
Ex-banker jailed six months, fined RM1m for insider trading
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Email: advertising@bizedge.com 11.14%, comprising 285 million
shares, after he bought 2.5 mil-
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Email: hotline@bizedge.com ment banker Goh Keng Huat was Aseambankers was one of the similar charges against Goh for his said Sultan Ibrahim acquired
EdgeProp.my yesterday sentenced to six months joint advisers of the takeover offer purchase of 751,600 RBH shares 900,000 shares on March 30,
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Au Foong Yee sider trading involving Road Build- inside information as he was at the On Oct 10, 2017, the SC charged million and 1.6 million shares
Editor Lam Jian Wyn er Holdings Bhd (RBH) shares. material time actively working on Goh with 10 counts of insider trad- on April 4 and April 5 respec-
Contributing Editor Sharon Kam The inside information related the corporate exercise, said the SC. ing and his wife, Wee Siew Ling, tively. According to BAssets’
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MARKETING & ADVERTISING IJM Corp Bhd at a total indicative charge of insider trading at the Ses- in the commission of the offenc- Berjaya Times Square here also
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4 HOME BUSINESS WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Midweek voting
Polling set for Wednesday, May 9, with nominations on April 28
BY C H E STER TAY place on Monday, Nov 29, 1999. Malaysian elections vs turnout rates
(see chart) RUNUP TO TURNOUT
PUTRAJAYA: The nation goes to
the polls on May 9 — which falls
on a Wednesday — with nomi-
Two EC officials, who declined
to be named, told The Edge Finan-
cial Daily that it is up to the gov-
GE14 ELECTION
GE1
GE2
DAYS
Wednesday
Saturday
DATE
Aug 19, 1959
April 25, 1964
RATE (%)
73.3
78.9
nations taking place on Saturday, ernment whether or not to declare GE3 Saturday May 10, 1969 73.6
April 28, giving a minimum cam- a public holiday on May 9. POLLING DAY:
GE4 Saturday-Saturday Aug 24-Sept 14, 1974 75.1
paign period of 11 days.
The Election Commission’s
Bersih said the federal govern-
ment should announce polling
May 9 (Wednesday) GE5 Saturday-Saturday July 8-22, 1978 75.3
(EC) decision to hold the 14th day as a public holiday, with the GE6 Thursday-Monday April 22-26, 1982 75.4
NOMINATION DAY:
general election (GE14) on a state governments declaring public GE7 Saturday-Sunday Aug 2-3, 1986 74.4
working day, coupled with a holidays on the day before or after April 28 (Saturday) GE8 Saturday-Sunday Oct 20-21, 1990 72.3
shorter campaign period com- polling day. GE9 Monday-Tuesday April 24-25, 1995 68.3
pared with the previous polls, Education Minister Datuk Seri CAMPAIGN PERIOD: GE10 Monday Nov 29, 1999 69.3
may affect voter turnout, say an- Mahdzir Khalid, meanwhile, said 11 days GE11 Sunday March 21, 2004 73.9
alysts. schools nationwide will be closed
GE12 Saturday March 8, 2008 76.0
“I am disappointed with the on May 9 to facilitate the polls. He NUMBER OF VOTERS:
short campaign period of 11 days. said this will be a special occasion GE13 Sunday May 5, 2013 84.8
For GE13, it was 15 days and poll- holiday. 14.94 million
ing day fell during a weekend. A total of 6,941 schools would be
This time around, the polling day used as polling centres on that day. NUMBER OF
falls on a weekday,” said former
Bersih 2.0 chairman Maria Chin
Political analyst Wong Chin Huat
commented that the decision to
PARLIAMENTARY SEATS: Employers must give time off for
Abdullah . hold the polls on a workday indi- 222 employees to vote
She said voters who have to cated that the Barisan Nasional
return to their hometowns to government is worried about a BY C H O N G J IN H UN od for voting, as in this section
vote will be affected, especial- possible “Malay Tsunami”. “By de- provides, shall on summary con-
ly those returning to Sabah or liberately choosing a weekday for been appointed from the public, KUALA LUMPUR: With a week- viction be liable to a fine of five
Sarawak from the peninsula and polling, after deregistering Bersatu while 8,989 premises will be used day fixed as polling day for the thousand ringgit or to impris-
vice versa. “Furthermore, party (Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia), as voting centres for 28,995 voting 14th general election, employers onment for one year,”
polling and counting agents, and it confirms that (Prime Minister) channels. will have to give their employees The Election Commission
volunteer observers will have to Datuk Seri Najib Razak strongly The estimated budget for GE14 time off to vote. announced yesterday that
find time off work to contribute believes in a Malay Tsunami, which is RM500 million, he added. Section 25 of the Election Of- Wednesday, May 9 is the poll-
to clean and fair elections,” she would be a Malaysian Tsunami if The EC chairman said interna- fences Act 1954 requires employ- ing date, while the nomination
said in a statement. the non-Malay turnout stays high,” tional observers from 14 countries, ers to give employees a reasonable day is on Saturday, April 28.
EC chairman Tan Sri Mohd he said. including teams from Asean, the amount of time away from work to Bersih 2.0 has called on
Hashim Abdullah, who an- Mohd Hashim said the EC has Commonwealth, Asia and Europe, vote on polling day, without pay the federal government to an-
nounced the polling date at a appointed 222 election managers have been invited for GE14 . deduction or penalty. nounce polling day as a public
press conference, declined to for GE14, and set up 445 election The EC has also appointed 14 Subsection 25 (1) states that: holiday and for state govern-
respond when reporters asked campaign enforcement teams to non-governmental organisations “Every employer shall, on poll- ments to declare public holi-
why a weekday was picked for monitor all campaign activities. and university representatives as ing day, allow to every elector in days on the day before or after
polling and whether it would af- He said the 2017 fourth quarter local observers. his employ a reasonable period polling day.
fect voter turnout. electoral roll will be used for the Mohd Hashim also announced for voting, and no employer shall “If this is not done, all em-
This will be the fifth gener- election, and it consists of 14.94 that the official writ for the election make any deduction from the pay ployers should allow two days of
al election held on a weekday million registered voters. will be issued today, while voting or other remuneration of any such unrecorded leave for all voters,”
since independence. The last They include 14.64 for advance and postal voters will elector or impose upon or exact the electoral reform group said
non-weekend election was million normal vot- be held on May 5. from him any penalty by reason of in a statement.
GE10, when polling took ers, 300,255 early The last day to register as ad- his absence during such period.” The Edge Media Group has
voters and 3,653 vance and postal voters is either Employers who violate the le- announced that employees who
absentee voters. April 23 or April 28, depending on gal provision could be fined or are registered voters will be giv-
Mohd Hashim declined to Mohd Hashim the category of application. jailed, as per subsection 25 (3) en the day off on May 9. Staff
respond when reporters asked said 259,391 elec- “I would like to remind that the which reads: “Any employer who, who are registered to vote out-
why a weekday was picked for tion officers have closing date for category Form 1A directly or indirectly, refuses, or side Selangor and Kuala Lumpur
polling and whether it postal vote in the country will be by intimidation, undue influence, will be given an additional day
would affect voter April 28, 2018, while the closing or in any other manner, interfere off on either May 8 or May 10
turnout. Photo by date for category Form 1C appli- with the granting to any elector in due to the travelling required to
Suhaimi Yusuf cation will be April 23, 2018,” said his employ, of a reasonable peri- their respective polling stations.
Mohd Hashim.

Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia waive flight change fee for GE14


BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR to fulfil their responsibility as vot- Malaysia Airlines said custom- citizens only, and must be done their travel insurance plan with a
ers,” the group said. ers can make the booking changes within 10 days from the announce- full refund, in conjunction with the
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines The waiver is applicable for all at respective airlines’ ticket offices ment of the polling day by the Elec- upcoming GE14.
Bhd (MAB) and AirAsia Bhd an- types of tickets with a travel date or by contacting the airlines’ call tion Commission of Malaysia (EC),” “Customers with travel book-
nounced yesterday they are waiving that falls between May 8 and May centres. it added. The EC set the May 9 poll- ings made with AXA Smart Trav-
the flight change or flight rebook- 10, inbound or outbound. Similarly, AirAsia allows its Ma- ing day yesterday, with nomination eller and AXA Smart Traveller Easy
ing fee for Malaysians with existing “Only one change is permitted laysian passengers to make one day fixed for April 28. can choose to change their travel
bookings who wish to travel to vote and it must be done within 10 days date change for all bookings for Other airlines that have similarly date or cancel their travel [insur-
in the upcoming 14th general elec- from today (yesterday). Passengers free to postpone their travel by up offered to waive the rebooking fees ance] plans with a full refund. This
tion (GE14) that is scheduled to be are allowed to delay their travel to 30 days. Alternatively, they can are: Cathay Pacific and Malindo applies to Malaysians where the
held on May 9. dates [for] up to two months from choose to retain the fare value in Airways. travel date falls on the May 9 poll-
In a statement, Malaysia Airlines the original date of travel. All fare their AirAsia BIG loyalty account for Separately, AXA Affin General ing day. Any cancellation requests
said the same is being offered by subclass and seasonality surcharges future travels with the airline, to be Insurance Bhd announced that its or changes to the travel plan must
its sister airlines, Firefly and MAS- apply as per purchased flight ticket redeemed within 90 calendar days. Malaysian customers will be able to be made before May 2, 2018,” it
wings. “This is to allow Malaysians fare rules,” the airline added. “This offer applies to Malaysian change their travel date or cancel said in a statement.
WED N ES DAY A P R I L 1 1 , 20 1 8 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 5

Grand-Flo to go into
TSR pays RM58.9m for construction
Kwasa Land project BY NE I LY SYA F IQA H E US O F F

KUALA LUMPUR: Home-grown


tracking solutions provider Grand-
it will finance using internal funds.
On completion of the buy, ISB will
become its wholly-owned sub-
sidiary.
Flo Bhd is buying the remaining Grand-Flo also said ISB is cur-
49.99% stake in property devel- rently involved in a mixed devel-
It is to build residential units, expected to be completed in 2024 opment firm Innoceria Sdn Bhd
(ISB) for RM21.9 million in cash,
opment — the Vortex Business
Park project in Penang, in which it
from its executive director Chuah owns the development rights and
BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR sia yesterday, TSR said its whol- tier-three bumiputera developers Chew Hai, after which it will ven- interests. The project is currently in
ly-owned subsidiary TSR Devel- who had bid to undertake the de- ture into construction. phase two of development. Phase
KUALA LUMPUR: TSR Capital opment Sdn Bhd had entered velopment of the plot following a Grand-Flo currently owns a one was completed in July 2017,
Bhd will pay Kwasa Land Sdn into a development rights agree- request for proposal outlined by a 50% equity interest in ISB, which and has a take-up rate of about
Bhd, the master developer of the ment with Kwasa Development stringent financial, non-financial was acquired in August 2014 for 84%, it added.
Kwasa Damansara township in (3) Sdn Bhd (KD3) to undertake and technical evaluation process. RM15 million, marking the group’s Phase two entails developing
Selangor, RM58.94 million for the the development. KD3 is a whol- The 6.52-acre (2.64ha) Plot first foray into property develop- semi-detached shop-offices and
development rights and revenue ly-owned subsidiary of Kwasa R3-3 has a green connectivity to ment, according to the group’s light industrial factories with an
sharing in a proposed residential Land, which in turn is a whol- one of the largest parks, measur- Bursa Malaysia filing yesterday. estimated gross development
development, Plot R3-3 at the ly-owned unit of the Employees ing 42 acres, in Kwasa Damansara, Since then, property devel- value of about RM88.17 million,
township. Provident Fund. encompassing a 13.6-acre lake. opment has become the major and a gross development profit
The development, with a gross In consideration of the de- When fully completed, the contributor to the group’s finan- of RM13.67 million to be real-
development value of RM295 mil- velopment rights, TSR will pay Kwasa Damansara township is cial performance. In the financial ised over a development period
lion, will feature 260 residential KD3 RM39.76 million and a sum projected to have a population of year ended Dec 31, 2017 (FY17), of 2½ years.
units including link, cluster, ex- equivalent to 6.5% of the gross about 250,000 residential house- Grand-Flo’s net profit was RM3.34 As for the diversification,
clusive and town villas as well sales value. holds and commercial workforce. million, of which the property de- Grand-Flo said it will expand its
as condominiums. It is expected In a separate statement, Kwasa TSR shares closed down 0.5 velopment segment contributed earnings base and complement
to be completed within six years Land managing director Datuk sen or 1.06% at 46.5 sen yester- about RM2.77 million or 82.9%. the group’s property development
in 2024. Mohd Lotfy Mohd Noh said TSR day, with a market capitalisation Grand-Flo inked a conditional business. Grand-Flo expects the
In a filing with Bursa Malay- was selected from a total of 14 of RM81.12 million. share sale agreement with Chuah proposals to be completed by the
yesterday for the stake buy, which second half of this year.
6 HOME BUSINESS WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Domestic air travel less


promising this election time
MAHB is expecting demand to pick up from April or at least by May
BY N E I LY SYA FI QA H EU SO FF and international passenger traffic centage points,” it added. (1Q18), MAHB said airports in age points for the domestic sector,
in the immediate term,” it added. Meanwhile, the Kuala Lumpur Malaysia registered a 3.6% growth there was significant reduction in
KUALA LUMPUR: The anticipat- The number of passengers pass- International Airport (KLIA) in in passenger volume to 24.4 mil- the domestic aircraft movement
ed higher domestic air passenger ing through the 39 airports that Sepang handled 5.23 million pas- lion from the year-ago period. In- for Malaysia by some domestic
movement during this election MAHB manages in the country sengers in March 2018, up 6.4% ternational traffic increased 10.8%, airlines,” said MAHB.
period has been less promising, rose 4% to 8.6 million in March from 4.92 million passengers re- while domestic traffic declined “AirAsia Bhd contributed a large
said Malaysia Airports Holdings 2018 from 8.27 million a year ago. corded a year ago. Out of this, the 3.5%. increase in seat capacity for the
Bhd (MAHB). The international passenger vol- passenger traffic at KLIA Main Ter- Aircraft movement grew 1.2% domestic sector but it was less
Nevertheless, the airport oper- ume recorded an 11.8% year-on- minal fell 1.2% y-o-y to 2.42 million y-o-y in 1Q18. than adequate to cover the reduc-
ator is expecting the domestic air year (y-o-y) increase to 4.5 million from 2.45 million, offset by klia2’s KLIA passenger movement grew tions and cancellations by other
passenger demand to pick up from passengers in March 2018, while continued double-digit growth 5.7% y-o-y to 15 million passengers airlines,” it added.
April or at least by May based on the domestic traffic saw a decline as the terminal saw a 14% y-o-y in 1Q18. Out of this, KLIA Main The airport operator attributed
high prevailing load factors and of 3.5% to 4.1 million passengers. increase in traffic to 2.82 million Terminal passenger movement the decline in domestic passenger
airlines’ seat capacity filings for MAHB said overall aircraft in March 2018 from 2.47 million. declined 1.5%, offset by a 12.7% movement to large cuts in frequen-
the northern summer season. movement increased a marginal System-wide, including its increase in traffic at klia2 to 8.1 cies and the high traffic base in
In a statement yesterday, MAHB 0.8% y-o-y in March 2018. Inter- Istanbul operations in Turkey, million passengers. March 2017 due to the Langkawi
said it sees some moderation in in- national aircraft movement grew MAHB handled 6.5% more pas- System-wide, including SGIA, International Maritime and Aer-
ternational growth and a positive 9.6% y-o-y, while domestic move- sengers to 11.33 million in March MAHB’s airports recorded a growth ospace Exhibition.
turnaround in the domestic sector ment declined 4.4% y-o-y. 2018 compared with 10.64 million of 6.9% y-o-y to 32.2 million pas- MAHB shares closed four sen
for its Malaysian operations. “Average load factor for total in March 2017. sengers in 1Q18. Total passenger or 0.45% higher at RM9 yesterday,
“Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen In- traffic slipped 0.4 percentage point SGIA’s passenger traffic grew traffic at SGIA rose 18.6% to 7.8 with a market capitalisation of
ternational Airport’s (SGIA) per- to 76.9 in March 2018 over March 15.2% y-o-y in March 2018 to 2.73 million passengers in 1Q18. RM14.93 billion. Over the past 12
formance will likely maintain its 2017, caused by the reduction in million from 2.37 million. “Despite the overall credible months, the counter has gained
growth momentum for domestic the domestic sector by 1.7 per- In the first quarter of 2018 average load factor of 75.6 percent- 25.67%.

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RM339.86m Former LFE Corp director jailed for three years for CBT Versatile Creative
SUKE job scraps plans for
BY LIM JIA TENG
In pleading guilty, Alan “In pleading guilty, Alan Ra-
jendram admitted to utilising RM110m GDV
BY SA M A N THA H O KUALA LUMPUR: A former exec- Rajendram admitted to the RM18.99 million of funds project in Johor
utive director of LFE Corp Bhd, utilising the RM18.99 belonging to LFE which were
KUALA LUMPUR: Vertice Bhd Alan Rajendram Jeya Rajen- meant to be used for the working
has bagged a subcontract worth dram, was yesterday convicted million of funds capital of LFE’s wholly-owned KUALA LUMPUR: Versatile Cre-
RM339.86 million to construct and and sentenced to three years’ belonging to LFE. subsidiary, LFE International ative Bhd has scrapped plans to
complete the mainline and other imprisonment for committing Ltd. Instead, Alan Rajendram develop medium-cost apart-
associated works of the Sungai criminal breach of trust (CBT) in used those funds to finance his ments in Johor Baru, estimated
Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Express- respect of the company’s funds personal subscription of shares to have a gross development
way (SUKE). amounting to RM18.99 million Procedure Code. in LFE and to repay his corpo- value (GDV) of RM110 million.
The group’s wholly-owned unit, 11 years ago. In June 2010, Alan Rajendram rate debts.” On Jan 10 last year, Versa-
Vertice Construction Sdn Bhd, yes- The charges for CBT were ear- was charged by the public pros- On March 23 this year, Alan tile’s wholly-owned subsidi-
terday accepted the subcontract lier tried together with four other ecutor with two counts of CBT Rajendram was convicted and ary Versatile Smart Properties
offer from San Mutual Majujaya charges under securities laws for under Section 409 of the Penal sentenced by the Court of Ap- Sdn Bhd (VSPSB) entered into
Sdn Bhd (SMM), the subcontrac- furnishing false information to Code. In May 2012, Alan Rajen- peal to one year’s jail and a fine of a memorandum of understand-
tor of the project, Vertice said in the stock exchange pertaining dram was acquitted of the CBT RM1.2 million for four charges of ing (MoU) with Double Action
a filing with the stock exchange. to LFE’s operating expenses, the charges at the end of the prose- making false disclosures to Bursa Ventures Sdn Bhd (DAVSB) to
“The subcontract is to construct Securities Commission Malaysia cution’s case. However, the Court Malaysia under Section 122B(b) jointly explore feasibilities of
and complete the project accord- said in a statement yesterday. of Appeal overturned the acquit- (bb) of the Securities Industry Act developing the apartments on
ing to the bill of quantities, draw- Sessions Court Judge Has- tal and ordered Alan Rajendram 1983 and Section 369(B)(b) of the a piece of land measuring 3.18
ings and specifications, as well as bullah Adam sentenced Alan to enter his defence in the Ses- Capital Markets and Services Act acres (1.29ha) prior to enter-
any other related documents and Rajendram, 62, to three years’ sions Court in November 2016. 2007 respectively in the quarterly ing into a definitive agreement.
up to the reasonable satisfaction imprisonment after he pleaded Alan Rajendram decided to financial statements of LFE for the In a filing with Bursa Ma-
of SMM,” Vertice said. guilty to two CBT charges yes- plead guilty before the decision financial year ended Dec 31, 2007. laysia yesterday, Versatile said
This marks the group’s largest terday, through a plea bargain was delivered, following a full trial Alan Rajendram started serv- there is no material develop-
construction project to date, beat- application under the provision involving 35 witnesses from pros- ing his sentence for those offenc- ment on the status of the MoU
ing the RM218.48 million subcon- of Section 172C of the Criminal ecution and three for the defence. es in March this year. since its signing.
tract job to upgrade the federal “The reply from DAVSB per-
road from Gambang, Pahang to taining to our request on the
Segamat, Johor it secured on April
3, also via Vertice Construction. Sabah says no to MMC Corp bid for 20% stake in Sabah Ports proposed repayment of land
conversion cost is still pend-
The construction period for the ing, and VSPSB has decided
SUKE project is expected to last BY SURIN MURUGIAH confirmed the non-acceptance of Subsequently, MMC Corp clar- not to pursue the MoU further,”
19 months from the date of pos- the proposal through MMC Port ified that the discussion indeed it added.
session of the site, which is April KUALA LUMPUR: MMC Corp Bhd Holdings Sdn Bhd. Sabah Ports is took place, but no decision had Versatile noted that there
16, 2018. said yesterday that the Sabah State a wholly-owned subsidiary of Suria been reached. is no financial impact on the
Vertice added that the subcon- Economic Planning Unit (EPU) has Capital Holdings Bhd. MMC Corp shares fell five sen group.
tract is expected to contribute pos- turned down its proposal to acquire The Edge Malaysia weekly re- or 3.45% to close at RM1.40 after Versatile shares closed down
itively towards the group’s earnings a 20% stake in Sabah Ports Sdn Bhd. ported in August 2017 that MMC 6.43 million shares were traded 0.5 sen or 0.96% at 51.5 sen yes-
and net tangible assets for the pe- In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Corp was in talks with Suria Capital yesterday, with a market capital- terday, bringing it a market cap-
riod of the contract. MMC Corp said the state EPU had to acquire the stake in Sabah Ports. isation of RM4.26 billion. italisation of RM60.43 million.
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Interest in small caps Yong Tai to raise


up to RM1b via
sukuk

to return post GE14 BY N E ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F

KUALA LUMPUR: Yong Tai Bhd


has established a sukuk or Islamic
Medium Term Note Programme
of RM1 billion in nominal value to
finance its investment activities,
The sector has been ‘unfairly sold down’ over months — RHB IB capital expenditure and working
capital requirements.
In a Bursa Malaysia filing yes-
BY S A M A N TH A H O tors, which are likely to be driven proach to the market,” he said. tion against Bursa’s overall turnover terday, Yong Tai said the sukuk
by domestic economic growth, for Meanwhile, the US-China trade grow to 4.8% in financial year 2017 programme shall have a tenure
KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Invest- which the investment bank has a war, which has rocked investor (FY17) from 4.2% in FY16. of 20 years, which allows Yong Tai
ment Bank Bhd (RHB IB) expects “very bullish” view, said Robert sentiment and equity markets “Contributions from the online to issue Islamic Medium Term
to see interest in small-capitalisa- Huray, the chief executive officer globally, is “not the worst-case platform saw the investment bank’s Notes under different tranches
tion (small-cap) stocks return after of RHB IB. scenario”. total retail business grow from from time to time that may be
the 14th general election (GE14) on “It’s quite clear that there is a lot Although a trade war benefits 47.6% in 2016 to 51.8% in 2017,” unsecured or secured by differ-
May 9, especially as the sector has of pent-up demand from an inves- no one, the resulting stock mar- said RHB Bank Bhd (RHB) group ent pools of assets or securities
been “unfairly sold down” over the tor perspective, and therefore also ket volatility gives rise to trading managing director Datuk Khai- during its tenure.
past couple of months. from a supply perspective, in terms opportunities, Chia said. russaleh Ramli at the prize-giving The group lodged the required
“We expect to see a rotation of of initial public offerings coming to “If the market is flat all the way, ceremony of RHB’s “Trade to Win information and relevant doc-
investor interest back in the small- the market,” Huray told reporters how does one make money? We 2.0” campaign yesterday. uments relating to the sukuk
cap stocks that have significantly yesterday. need liquidity to bring investors The campaign raised RM218 programme with the Securities
underperformed in the last cou- He views the second half of the back [to the market],” he added. million in revenue and attracted Commission Malaysia yesterday.
ple of months, maybe attributed year to be “promising in terms of Eddy Tan, the head of RHB IB’s more than 11.5 million entries from The first issuance of Islamic Me-
to election-related concerns,” said primary fundraising”. group retail equities and futures, a total of 62,619 participating cus- dium Term Notes under the sukuk
Alexander Chia, RHB IB’s director Chia pointed out that both in- said despite volatility in the first tomers, said RHB. programme is expected to be issued
and head of research. vestors and businesses have been few months, the group has seen On top of that, 38,576 of the in- by the second quarter of 2018, Yong
On top of that, sectors with a cautious with their chequebooks retail participation increasing to vestment bank’s inactive accounts Tai said. Kenanga Investment Bank
domestic focus that are unlikely ahead of GE14, holding back on 25% in January and hovering be- were reactivated. Bhd is the sole principal adviser,
to be affected by the ongoing trade perceived risks surrounding big de- tween 20% and 22% in the last The campaign, which ran from lead arranger and lead manager
hostilities between the US and Chi- cisions “until there is better clarity two months. March 1, 2017, to Feb 28, 2018, and for the sukuk programme.
na are also expected to see positive on the outlook”. This was an improvement from was open to all new and existing Yong Tai shares closed un-
interest, he said. “Once we get this election over- the average 15% to 18% seen in investors, saw two grand prize win- changed at RM1.40 yesterday,
These include stocks in the hang out of the way, we expect in- 2016, Huray noted. ners walk away with a Honda BR-V bringing it a market capitalisa-
banking and construction sec- vestors to take a more risk-on ap- RHB IB saw its retail participa- each. tion of RM674.2 million.

Malaysia’s end-March palm stocks hit five-month low — MPOB


BY E M I LY C HOW Traders and analysts attributed Breakdown of Malaysian Palm Oil Board figures and Reuters ly gain in five. The gain was in line
the decline in palm stockpiles to an estimates for March with the seasonal trend, and March
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s palm increase in demand ahead of Rama- VOLUMES IN TONNES output was at its highest since 2000.
oil stockpiles fell to their lowest in dan, and as buyers took advantage of MARCH 2018 MARCH 2018 POLL MARCH 2017 FEB 2018 “The market is concerned that
five months at end-March, posting a three-month crude palm oil export Output 1,573,957 1,494,500 1,464,021 1,342,805 production is coming in. While the
a third consecutive month of losses, tax exemption, which was initially Stocks 2,323,458 2,265,000 1,553,219 2,478,186* March gain was from a low base in
as a surge in exports and domestic supposed to end in early April. February, a short month, the pace
Exports 1,565,317 1,565,000 1,265,800 1,313,136*
consumption likely outweighed pro- Malaysia, however, announced a of growth was getting intense. Indo-
duction, according to official data month-long extension of the export Imports 39,626 50,000 101,961 67,165 nesia is also looking at double-digit
released yesterday. tax exemption last Friday, seen by *Denotes revised figures growth,” said David Ng, a derivatives
Source: Reuters
Inventories in the world’s sec- traders as a move to shore up support specialist at Phillip Futures.
ond-largest palm oil producer fell 6.2% from palm oil smallholders in the “The rising trend will continue
to 2.32 million tonnes, according to the lead-up to the 14th general election. Alan Lim, a plantation analyst at break day-long fasts with commu- for the next couple of months, but
Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB). March shipments surged 19.2% MIDF Research. nal feasting. maybe in the 10%-15% growth range.”
The decline in stockpiles could to 1.57 million tonnes, the strongest “Stronger domestic consump- This ramps up demand for palm A Thomson Reuters survey had
support benchmark palm oil prices, monthly gain and highest export tion could be caused by higher oil, used to make cooking oil, a forecast palm oil stockpiles to fall
which hit a five-week high last week level since August 2016. biodiesel production locally as oil month ahead of Ramadan, which 8.6% to 2.27 million tonnes in March.
before erasing their gains to end lower. “The strong surge in exports to prices slightly improved in March.” begins in mid-May this year. Production was seen rising 11.3% to
Palm was dow n 0.3% at India and Pakistan is on pre-stock- Exports might be buoyed by de- The data also showed that pro- 1.49 million tonnes, while exports
RM2,456 a tonne at the midday ing activities ahead of Ramadan. mand ahead of Ramadan, a one- duction in Malaysia rose 17.2% to were forecast to increase 19.3% to
break yesterday. This could continue in April,” said month festival which sees Muslims 1.57 million tonnes, its first month- 1.57 million tonnes. — Reuters

MyCC to continue monitoring Grab post-merger


BY E M I R Z A I NU L as it is of public interest. post-merger issues within the context Earlier, MyCC launched its 2017 try, the generic drug manufacturing
“We take note of this because we of Sections 4 and 10 of the Competi- reports on market reviews of the sector in Malaysia is dominated by
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia know there is a lot of public interest tion Act 2010, in which Section 4 re- pharmaceutical sector and build- local manufacturers, and the sector
Competition Commission (MyCC) in this and as a regulator looking volves around price fixing and market ing materials in the construction is rather competitive as generic drugs
has reiterated its commitment to into competition, we have started sharing, while Section 10 refers to the industry. The report found no con- do not have exclusive rights and face
continue monitoring developments our engagement with Grab. We have abuse of a dominant position. clusive evidence of anticompetitive heavy price competition from im-
in the local ride-hailing market after had discussions with them,” she told “The case of Grab and Uber also behaviour in the two sectors. ported generic medicines,” he said.
Grab took over rival Uber’s opera- a press conference here yesterday. entails collaboration with various MyCC chief executive officer “MyCC is committed to safe-
tions in Southeast Asia on April 8. “Monopoly in itself is not illegal. competition agencies, especially with- Datuk Abu Samah Shabudin said guard the process of competition
A member of the commission, But the abuse of a dominant position in Asean, because a lot of businesses the market review focused on four where it encourages efficiency, in-
Prof Dr Saadiah Mohamad, clari- is an infringement according to the now operate across borders. So, it building materials which accounted novation and entrepreneurship.
fied that technically, mergers and law. So even though we don’t look at would be interesting to also look at for 60% of the value in construction This commitment promotes com-
acquisitions do not fall under the the process of the merger itself, we how the competition commissions in projects. However, higher house petitive prices, improvement in the
jurisdiction of MyCC but the com- will monitor the pricing and any oth- Singapore and Indonesia are reacting prices are unlikely to have been quality of products and services,
mission will closely oversee the be- er anti-competitive behaviour [after and responding to this issue because caused by prices of the building and wider choices for consum-
haviour of the ride-hailing service the merger],” she added. their decisions could also impact the materials reviewed. ers. Thus, it is for the benefit of the
provider subsequent to the merger Saadiah said MyCC will look at the businesses here,” she added. “As for the pharmaceutical indus- whole nation,” Saadiah added.
8 HOME BUSINESS WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Malaysia Airlines says


NEWS IN BRIEF

Digital currency exchange Luno


registers as a reporting institution
MoU with Boeing BY AH MA D N AQ IB ID R IS

KUALA LUMPUR: Digital curren-


said the company views any step
Malaysia takes towards the regu-
lation of digital currencies as “a

remains in place
cy exchange Luno announced very positive sign”.
yesterday that it had registered its “We will continue engaging
Malaysian operations with Bank with various government agen-
Negara Malaysia (BNM) as a re- cies to ensure that the industry is
porting institution, as required well understood and that risks are
by the anti-money laundering mitigated. We have been working
policy document released by the closely with BNM over the past
This is relating to the purchase of eight 787-9 Dreamliners central bank recently. year and similarly with many oth-
The policy document on An- er regulators globally,” he said.
ti-Money Laundering and Coun- Meanwhile, Luno Malaysia
BY A H M A D NAQ I B I D RI S ry ‘Malaysia Airlines launches included in the airline’s latest re- ter Financing of Terrorism (AML/ — which previously saw its local
wide-body tender process, could quest for information, it has also CFT) — Digital Currencies (Sec- bank account suspended amid
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Air- oust Boeing 787 deal’ originating listed the Airbus A330neos and tor 6) outlines the minimum re- an investigation by the Inland
lines Bhd has reiterated that its from Reuters. Malaysia Airlines A350s for consideration. quirements and standards that Revenue Board (IRB) — said it
memorandum of understanding wishes to make clear that the story In September last year, Ma- a reporting institution must ob- started processing its customers’
(MoU) with US aircraft maker is speculative and erroneous,” the laysia Airlines signed a MoU for serve, in order to increase the pending withdrawals since March
Boeing to buy eight 787-9 Dream- airline said in a brief statement eight Dreamliners and eight 737 transparency of activities relating 29, in batches, while the company
liners worth US$2.25 billion yesterday. Max 8s, on the sidelines of Najib’s to digital currencies. works on a long-term solution to
(RM8.71 billion) at list prices “There is currently no such visit to the White House. These requirements and process both ringgit withdrawals
as announced by the Malaysian tender process as alleged and the However, the announcement standards are also to ensure ef- and deposits in Malaysia.
prime minister in September last MoU with Boeing as announced drew flak from the public who had fective and robust AML/CFT con- “Enabling Malaysian custom-
year remains in place. by Prime Minister [Datuk Seri questioned the purchase, espe- trol measures are put in place to ers’ access to their funds is our
It also slammed a story by Najib Razak] remains in place. cially when the airline has yet to mitigate risks that reporting insti- main priority. We are also testing
Reuters yesterday that the na- Malaysia Airlines will not be com- return to profitability. Khazanah tutions may be used as conduits other solutions for processing both
tional carrier had launched a menting on this matter further,” Nasional Bhd is the sole share- for illegal activities. deposits and withdrawals, which
fresh tender process for 20 to 30 it added. holder of Malaysia Airlines. BNM governor Tan Sri Muham- will allow us to resume full services
wide-body jets that could super- The Reuters report, quoting Malaysia Airlines subsequently mad Ibrahim, however, stressed in Malaysia,” said Luno Malaysia
sede the MoU deal with Boeing a source with knowledge of the clarified that its planned purchase during a press conference in late country manager David Low.
as “speculative and erroneous”. new wide-body tender process, of the 16 Boeing aircraft was not March that exchanges’ registration In January, the digital exchange
“Reference is made to the sto- had said that while the 787s are a firm buy as yet. with BNM does not imply author- announced the freeze by the IRB,
isation, licensing, endorsement which resulted in users not being
or validation by the central bank able to do deposits or withdrawals
of their cryptocurrency-related via the Luno application.
activities. BNM also does not rec- While pending withdrawals

Malaysia Airlines’ new haj airline ognise cryptocurrencies as legal


tender. At the time, Muhammad
said five exchanges were regis-
are now being processed, users
are still unable to make ringgit
deposits into their Luno wallet to

on track for launch in 4Q18 or 1Q19 tered with the central bank.
In a statement yesterday, Luno
head of countries Vijay Ayyar
purchase bitcoin or ethereum. It
is still unclear when Luno will be
fully operational again.

BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR air operator’s certificate and will to secure slot allocation for both in-
be registered as a 100% subsidiary bound and outbound travel at ma-
PETALING JAYA: Project Amal, a of Malaysia Airlines Group with a jor airports in Saudi Arabia, namely YFG bags RM55m job to build homes
new airline to cater specially to haj
and umrah pilgrims using Malay-
separate name, logo, colour scheme
and staff.
King Abdul-Aziz International Air-
port, Jeddah, and Prince Moham- under armed forces housing scheme
sia Airlines Bhd’s six superjumbos, Earlier, the airline signed a three- mad Abdul Aziz International Air-
will be launched by year-end or year agreement with Andalusia to port, Madinah,” Izham said. BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR the building, infrastructure and
early 2019. transport Malaysian pilgrims to “This year, we have committed landscaping works of the pro-
“Project Amal is on track. It will Madinah and Jeddah during the to 65 flights with over 42,000 seats KUALA LUMPUR: YFG Bhd has ject,” it added.
be launched earliest in the fourth Umrah season beginning August with Andalusia. We have about bagged an RM55 million contract YFG said the project is expect-
quarter of 2018 (4Q18) or 1Q19 at this year until 2021. 350,000 seats a year. Our partner- to build 418 units of one-storey ed to commence on May 8, pend-
the latest,” Malaysia Airlines group The agreement will see Malay- ship with Andalusia gives 40% of houses for the Angkatan Tentera ing the receipt of the development
chief executive officer Captain sian Airlines providing up to 200 that capacity,” he added. Malaysia Negeri Sembilan hous- order by the relevant authorities,
Izham Ismail told reporters at a charter flights over the three years, Izham noted that the agreement ing scheme in Tampin, Negeri and complete within 24 months.
signing ceremony between the na- using its Airbus A380-800s that can will eventually be novated from Sembilan. “The project is expected to
tional carrier and Andalusia Travel accommodate up to 484 passengers Malaysia Airlines to Project Amal, In a filing with Bursa Malay- contribute positively to the
& Tours Sdn Bhd yesterday. per flight. once the new airline meets all reg- sia yesterday, YFG said its whol- group’s revenue and earnings
He said the new charter airline “Malaysia Airlines has worked ulatory and licensing requirements ly-owned subsidiary YFG Engi- for the financial year ending Sept
is in the midst of applying for an closely with the Saudi authorities in Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. neering Sdn Bhd had accepted 30, 2018.”
a letter of award from Evergreen YFG shares were untraded yes-
Platform Sdn Bhd for the con- terday. They last closed at one sen
Naza EC bags RM450m road upgrading works from DBKL
tract works. on March 21, giving it a market
“The contract works involve capitalisation of RM3.05 million.

KUALA LUMPUR: Naza Engineer- "This elevated roadway is poised peak hours upon its completion
ing & Construction Sdn Bhd (Naza to greatly minimise ongoing traffic in mid-2019 and would improve
EC), a subsidiary of Naza Group congestion during peak hours along connectivity to the Tun Razak Ex- Boustead Holdings bags RM44.77m
contract to maintain navy's vessel
of Co, has won a design and build Jalan Tun Razak, which is a prime change along the southern end
contract for major road upgrading exit point from the Kuala Lumpur of Jalan Tun Razak once it is fully
works worth RM450 million from city centre. operational.
the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL). "It will facilitate effective disper- He said Naza EC also has other BY NE ILY SYA F IQA H E US O F F letter of work from the ministry
Its government and special pro- sal of traffic from interconnecting ongoing projects in Bagan Datuk, of defence for the proposed job.
jects chief operating officer Mohd roads, namely Jalan Bukit Bintang, Perak and Pengerang, Johor. KUALA LUMPUR: Boustead The contract is expected to con-
Fuad Hashim said the contract in- Jalan Kampung Pandan, Maju Ex- "Currently, we have around Holdings Bhd has bagged an tribute positively to the group’s
volved works along Jalan Tun Razak pressway and the future Setiawang- RM1.1 billion worth of ongoing RM44.77 million contract for the earnings for the financial year
linking Jalan Langgak Golf to the sa Pantai Expressway," he told re- projects and we are targeting to maintenance and upgrading of ending Dec 31, 2018, it added.
Kampung Pandan roundabout. porters at the ground-breaking reach about RM3 billion order book combat management system for Boustead shares closed three
He said Naza EC would build a ceremony here yesterday. by year-end,” he said, adding that the Royal Malaysian Navy’s vessel. sen or 1.19% higher at RM2.56
fully elevated three-lane single car- Mohd Fuad said according to the the company was also in talks on In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, giving it a market capi-
riageway road stretching 2.8km to Traffic Impact Assessment, the ele- a number of projects which were yesterday, Boustead said its sub- talisation of RM5.15 billion. Over
complement the existing number vated roadway could accommodate expected to materialise by the third sidiary Boustead Naval Shipyard the past 12 months, the counter
of lanes on Jalan Tun Razak. up to 2,400 vehicles daily during quarter of this year. — Bernama Sdn Bhd (BNS) had received a has fallen 3.82%.
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Prasarana’s dependency on
Malaysia IT
spending seen
5.8% higher this

foreign suppliers to be cut year at RM64.4b


BY ERIKA BENJAMIN

KUALA LUMPUR: Spending


on technology products and
services in Malaysia is forecast
The target is 20% over the next five years for domestic railway projects to grow 5.8% to RM64.4 billion
this year, according to research
and advisory firm Gartner Inc.
BY A H M AD NAQ I B I D RI S way projects, whether it’s the light local railway industry. and create volume in order to at- Worldwide information
rail transit (LRT), mass rapid tran- Masnizam spoke to the media tract investments in the production technology (IT) spending is
KUALA LUMPUR: Prasarana Ma- sit (MRT), High-Speed Rail or East yesterday after the signing of a land- of local products. projected to hit US$3.7 trillion
laysia Bhd is targeting to reduce its Coast Rail Link (ECRL). mark collaboration agreement be- “Without volume, it is unattrac- in 2018, up 6.2% from 2017.
dependency on foreign suppliers for She also pointed out that the In- tween Prasarana and local railway tive to invest in new plants, to hire Gartner research vice-president
domestic railway projects by 20% dustrial Collaboration Programme technology players LCE Resources people and to produce products lo- John-David Lovelock said this is
over the next five years as currently, (ICP), initiated by the finance minis- Sdn Bhd and Amantronic Sdn Bhd, cally because Malaysia is small. We the highest annual growth rate
foreign input accounts for about 80% try’s Technology Depository Agency, marking a shift in the local industry need to make sure we have enough Gartner has forecast since 2007.
of its operations and maintenance encourages the localisation of foreign towards the involvement of more volume to generate interest. “The declining US dollar
contracts. technologies. local players. “We have identified certain com- has caused currency tailwinds,
“We rely a lot on foreign players “Under the ICP, we impose a 5% Under the agreement, Prasara- mon components that all railway the main reason for this strong
as we don’t yet have a developed bond on players that are not able to na has granted Amantronic the au- projects need, like for instance the growth. Spending on IT around
railway industry here to supply our satisfy the requirements of the ICP thority to promote and market the braking system,” she said. the world is growing at expected
own parts,” said Prasarana president programme, which include localisa- on-board Rail Lubrication System, She added that costs can be signif- levels and is in line with expect-
and chief executive officer Masnizam tion of technologies, enabling mar- which was developed by Rapid Rail. icantly reduced when local content is ed global economic growth,” he
Hisham. “The local players right now ket access for local players to market Meanwhile, LCE will be involved used as there is no foreign exchange said in a statement yesterday.
are mostly involved in the servic- their products overseas, and training. in the replacement of the platform factor and no need for freight or ship- Lovelock said the US dollar
es segment, but we are also look- “If they don’t meet the require- screen door system at five under- ping, plus faster turnaround times. is expected to trend stronger in
ing for players that are developing ments, they will have to pay 5% more, ground LRT stations, from Ampang Masnizam also touched on other 2018 and 2019 while enduring
products.” based on the total value of their con- Park to Masjid Jamek. Prasarana railway projects, such as the Johor tremendous volatility. “World-
The measures that have been im- tract,” said Masnizam. had previously initiated a life-ex- Baru – Singapore Rapid Transit Sys- wide enterprise software spend-
plemented to encourage more local However, local players will have tension programme and engaged tem Link (RTS Link), which will be ing is forecast to experience the
content in railway projects include to step up to the challenge, she said, LCE to localise the development of managed by Prasarana and Singa- highest growth in 2018 with an
the requirement for all railway pro- as the players must demonstrate the system in 2015. pore’s SMRT Corp Ltd. 11.1% increase. The software in-
jects to have at least 30% of their in- that they are competent enough to Masnizam said Prasarana is work- She said the two parties will be dustry is expected to continue
put sourced domestically. receive the technologies from for- ing with KTM Bhd and developers signing a joint-venture agreement capitalising on the evolution of
Masnizam said this compulso- eign players, adding that domestic of the MRT service and the ECRL to soon, sometime within the first half the digital business,” he added.
ry requirement applies to all rail- players will miss out on the booming develop the local railway industry of 2018. But worldwide spending on
data centre systems is forecast to
grow 3.7% this year, down from
a 6.3% growth in 2017.

Sasbadi wins two jobs worth RM5.79m from MoE “The longer-term outlook
continues to have challenges,
particularly for the storage seg-
ment. The strength at end-2017
BY N EI LY SYA FI QA H EU SOFF di Sdn Bhd (SSB) and The Malaya million. Coupled with the textbook and supply,” it added. was primarily driven by short-
Press Sdn Bhd (TMP) yesterday contracts won in March, the group “SSB and TMP are only expect- ages of memory components,
KUALA LUMPUR: Educational ma- received the letters of acceptance has so far this year won five text- ed to deliver the first tranche of the and prices have increased at
terial publisher Sasbadi Holdings from the MoE for their respective book contracts valued at RM12.32 contracts worth RM5.18 million a rate greater than previously
Bhd has bagged two contracts worth contracts, which commence from million in total, said Sasbadi. This to national schools in the first and expected. Whereas previous-
RM5.79 million from the ministry April 10 this year to Dec 31, 2020. surpassed the five textbook con- second quarters of the financial ly, component shortages were
of education (MoE) to publish and One involves SSB publishing and tracts amounting to RM11.14 mil- year ending Aug 31, 2019 (FY19),” expected to ease into 2018, the
print Science and Chinese language printing Science textbooks for a lion won last year. Sasbadi said. As such, the latest shortages are now expected to
textbooks for Form 3 students in na- contract value of RM4.78 million. “It is to be noted that the 2018 two contracts are only expected to continue throughout the year,”
tional schools throughout Malaysia. The other sees TMP publishing and contracts are for publishing and contribute positively to the group’s said Gartner. Worldwide spend-
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, printing Chinese language text- print only, while the 2017 con- earnings and net assets from FY19, ing on devices is forecast to grow
Sasbadi said its subsidiaries Sasba- books for a contract value of RM1.01 tracts are for publishing, print during the duration of the contracts. 6.6% to US$706 billion this year.
1 0 P R O P E RT Y WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

HNA to sell Hilton stake Chinese firms


boost apartment
rentals in line
with Xi demands
Secondary offering will restructure its far-flung operations and raise cash
BY C L A R E J IM

BY A N K I T A JMERA The RevPAR forecast was strong- HONG KONG: Major Chinese
er than expected, said Morgan Stan- real estate companies are rent-
BENGALURU: Hilton Worldwide ley analyst Thomas Allen, adding it ing more of the apartments
Holdings Inc’s main shareholder was likely supported by continued they develop as they respond
HNA Tourism Group will sell about strength in foreign markets, par- to President Xi Jinping’s de-
HNA’s sale
63 million of Hilton common stock ticularly in the Asia-Pacific region. mand that China should pro-
of its stake
in a secondary offering, making Hilton recorded the strongest duce homes to live in, not to
in Hilton
good on signals it would exit its growth in its international busi- speculate on.
makes good
stake in the US hotel operator. ness from the Asia-Pacific in 4Q, But currying favour with au-
on signals
The sale is an attempt by HNA led by rising demand in China as thorities who want to provide
it would exit
Tourism’s parent, Chinese avia- travel picked up pace in the world’s affordable housing to main-
its stake in
tion-to-financial services conglom- second-largest economy. tain stability in the property
the US hotel
erate HNA Group Co Ltd, to re- The company said on Monday sector comes at a cost as the
operator.
structure its far-flung operations underwriters would have a 30-day developers will make little, if
Photo by
and raise cash by selling equity and option to purchase up to an addi- any, initial return from renting.
Reuters
prime real estate assets. tional 9.4 million of its common The net yields on rental
Its restructuring follows a US$50 stock from HNA. properties for the biggest de-
billion acquisition spree over the Hilton has agreed to buy back velopers are only 5%-6%, and
past two years, which has sparked from HNA 10 million of its com- for smaller firms with higher
scrutiny of the firm’s opaque own- mon stock at a price equal to the costs they may even be nega-
ership and use of leverage. one at which the underwriters will tive, according to the devel-
Hilton announced the stock purchase shares from HNA, less 1% opers and real estate analysts.
offering on Monday, while also billion (RM24.38 billion) stake in Hilton also lifted its forecast of the public offering price. By contrast, the profit mar-
raising its forecast for first-quarter Hilton. for revenue per available room Hilton will have the option to gins on properties that are sold
(1Q) profit. Hilton, which owns the Waldorf (RevPAR), a key performance met- repurchase from HNA up to an ad- have usually been clear for all
HNA Tourism held about 82.5 Astoria brand, raised its 1Q adjust- ric for the hotel industry, to be- ditional 6.5 million of its common to see — averaging in the 20%-
million shares in Hilton as of last ed earnings forecast to between 52 tween 3.5% and 4% from between stock at the same price. 30% range in recent years.
Thursday. US cents and 54 US cents per share 1% and 3%. The company will not receive any It is not just Xi and the cen-
HNA Group said last week it from a previous range of between Its stock rose as much as 2.6% proceeds from the sale of shares in tral government that have been
would sell some or all of the US$6.3 43 US cents and 47 US cents. on Monday morning. this offering, Hilton said. — Reuters piling the pressure on the real
estate developers.
Many cities started impos-
ing restrictions on land sales
Panama will not last year, forcing developers
to build some homes to rent
back The Trump rather than sell, making the
Organisation in properties much less lucrative
and higher risk for companies.
luxury hotel spat Not only are the companies
looking at lower returns on the
developments but they also
PANAMA CITY: Panama will have the balance sheet risks
not intercede on behalf of The of continuing to own them.
Trump Organisation in a bitter — Reuters
dispute with the new owners of
a luxury hotel in Panama City,
the country’s foreign minister
said on Monday.
A US$292b
Isabel de Saint Malo, who is difference of
also Panama’s vice-president,
said lawyers for The Trump opinion roils
Organisation had sent sever-
al letters to various branches
China stocks
of the government, including
the presidency and the foreign BY FOX H U & MOX Y Y IN G
ministry, asking for help in re-
gaining control of the complex. HONG KONG: Nothing divides
“This is a letter that calls on analysts in Asia quite like the
the Panamanian executive to outlook for Chinese property
meddle in an issue that is clear-
ly a legal matter,” she said.
“I don’t think that the ex-
‘Europe seen as latest lure for Japan funds’ companies, and that is turn-
ing their shares into some of
the region’s most volatile in-
ecutive has a position to take vestments.
while legal proceedings are un- BY CHIKAKO M OGI property investment department. spiked in 2017 after years of mar- The split between optimists,
der way because that would be & KATSUYO KUWAKO Total assets under management ginal growth, he added. who tend to focus on surging
meddling in an issue that is were little changed over the same For investors from Japan seeking home sales, and pessimists,
not within the [government’s] TOKYO: Japanese institutional in- period, he said. higher returns from overseas assets, who worry about high debt
remit.” vestors’ appetite for European real “Japanese investors want to take the rise in benchmark US borrowing burdens, has rarely been so
Copies of the letter asking estate funds is rising as attractive risks on real estate but not on cur- costs has made it more expensive big: Chinese developers now
for Panama’s intervention were yields and lower hedging costs lure rency,” Kawano said in an interview to hedge dollar-denominated in- have three of the five wid-
leaked on social media. The them away from a potentially peak- in Tokyo last week. “The appeal of vestments back into yen. Converse- est share-price target ranges
foreign minister confirmed the ing US market, according to Tokio the US is decreasing while Europe ly, still subdued eurozone interest among Asian companies with
missive’s authenticity. Marine Asset Management Co. is gaining more and more attention rates have kept hedging costs for the a market value exceeding US$1
The dispute centres on an The US$57 billion (RM220.59 now, given its big market size and common currency low, increasing billion (RM3.87 billion).
exclusive waterfront complex billion) money manager saw in- attraction in light of lower hedge demand for European assets. If you believe the most bull-
in Panama City where until re- flows to its overseas real estate equi- costs. There is also a wariness about “I think this trend will continue ish analysts, China’s major list-
cently, the Trump Ocean Club ty funds soar “multifold” to around the US property market peaking out.” for some time as many people don’t ed property firms will be worth
International Hotel was located ¥200 billion (RM7.2 billion) at the Client inquiries, which were fo- expect interest rates in Europe to rise US$596 billion in a year. Lis-
at a building managed by the end of March from a year ago, as cused on the US three years ago, so easily,” said Kawano. “In addition, ten to the bears, and you get
US president’s property com- demand from Japanese pensions were now neck-and-neck for Europe, further increases in US interest rates a forecast of US$304 billion.
pany, The Trump Organisa- and other institutions surged, said Kawano said. Assets in overseas threaten to undermine yields on — Bloomberg
tion. — AFP Shinji Kawano, head of its overseas real estate equity funds suddenly American real estate.” — Bloomberg
WED N ES DAY A P R I L 1 1 , 20 1 8 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S’ C A L L 11

Flattish 1Q profit TM infrastructure


may drive fixed-
seen for Kossan mobile convergence
Telekom Malaysia Bhd fairly limited and targeted.
(April 10, RM5.49) Mobile take-up is decent but
Maintain buy with a target price capex looks to be capped. Of the
Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd (TP) of RM6.80: We believe the over one million Unifi Mobile
(April 10, RM7.60) recent selldown in Telekom Ma- app downloads since the launch
Downgrade to hold with a target FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016A 2017A 2018F 2019F 2020F laysia Bhd (TM) is excessive, of its prepaid service in January,
price (TP) of RM8.10: We recent- Revenue 1,668 1,957 2,193 2,550 2,889 with the stock emerging as the TM said about 50% of the users
ly spoke to Kossan Rubber Indus- worst-performing telecommu- have activated their lines (80%
Operating Ebitda 288.4 311.9 389.9 449.5 513.8
tries Bhd about the progress of its nications company year to date being non-TM/Unifi users). The
new F16 plant (three billion piec- Net profit 167.1 183.9 223.2 264.0 308.6 (YTD). Valuations at -1 standard promotional 10GB 4G data offer
es per annum [pa]). As at March Core EPS (RM) 0.26 0.29 0.35 0.41 0.48 deviation (SD) of its historical has since been extended to end-
18, all eight lines in the plant had Core EPS growth (%) (17.5) 11.3 20.0 18.3 16.9 enterprise value against earn- April. We sense little appetite,
already been installed but yet to FD core PER (x) 28.59 25.68 21.40 18.10 15.48 ings before interest, taxes, de- however, for a ramp-up in mo-
begin full commercial produc- DPS (RM) 0.10 0.13 0.17 0.21 0.24 preciation and amortisation (EV/ bility capex (despite its trailing
tion, mainly due to teething is- Dividend yield (%) 1.40 1.75 2.34 2.76 3.23 Ebitda) mean mark a four-year 4G coverage) as the group is re-
sues during the trial runs, leading low. A recent meeting reveals calibrating its group capex along
EV/Ebitda (x) 16.76 15.86 12.66 10.94 9.47
to a longer-than-expected period that progress has been made to cluster lines (to better sweat ex-
required for line tests. Hence, we P/FCFE (x) 328.0 28.2 37.9 31.0 22.6 deepen customer engagement, isting assets). The lower mobile
revise our expectations of full com- Net gearing (%) 2.7 12.5 10.3 7.8 3.4 which should yield longer-term capex intensity could dilute its
mercial production of the plant to P/BV (x) 4.57 4.13 3.77 3.41 3.07 benefits. It is also recalibrating its branding, as data users are in-
only begin by mid-second quarter ROE (%) 16.7 16.9 18.4 19.8 20.9 capital expenditure (capex) and creasingly receptive to paying for
of 2018 (2Q18), from our earlier % change in core looking at workforce segmenta- a good data experience, while its
projection of 1Q18. EPS estimates (6.01) (3.36) (1.94) tion, which could portend upside rivals continue to invest signifi-
Kossan is now taking a more con- CIMB/consensus EPS (x) 0.96 1.00 1.03 risks to earnings, although at the cantly in 4G.
servative stance on the delivery of Sources: CIMB Research, company reports
expense of its mobility service in
its other two new plants, F17 and the short term.
F18 (4.5 billion pieces pa). Current- We recently met up with Mobile take-up is
ly, construction works are ongo- on-year has been weaker than its its expansion plans. Note that any Imri Mokhtar, TM’s executive decent but capex
ing and will only be completed by
end-2018. We now expect gradual
peers (Top Glove Corp Bhd and
Hartalega Holdings Bhd) given that
further delay in the ramp-up of its
new plants will act as a downside
vice-president of consumer, and
Moharmustaqeem Mohamed, the
looks to be capped.
commercial production to begin production growth mainly stemmed risk to our forecasts. chief executive officer of Unifi
by 2Q19, a four-month delay from from refurbishment works on its In tandem with our EPS cut, we Mobile for updates on the group’s
our earlier forecast. Note that both older lines. Hence, we believe the downgrade the stock to a “hold” from convergence pursuits. Key take- Its share price has priced in
plants will increase Kossan’s total commencement of full commercial an “add”, with a lower 12-month TP aways were the focus on a more downside risks to a large extent.
production capacity by 18.9% to 29.5 production of Plant 16 is essential of RM8.10. We also lower our target effective bundling of services, We keep our “buy” rating, based
billion pieces pa and will be produc- to drive earnings growth in FY18F. price-earnings ratio (PER) multiple to expanding key verticals and em- on a discounted cash flow-based
ing nitrile butadiene (NBR) gloves, For the upcoming 1QFY18 re- 19.6 times calendar year 2019 PER (in bracing a digitally-driven cost TP of RM6.80. TM’s share price hit
bringing its total product mix to its sults, we expect Kossan to record line with its five-year average) from model. TM is working to deepen a five-year low on April 4 (-13%
target of 80 NBR:20 natural rubber. a flattish net profit on a quar- 22.4 times previously, mainly due to its engagement with customers YTD) and has underperformed
Full commissioning of Plant 16 ter-on-quarter basis. Our view is our concerns over continuous delays via the use of big data. The at- the FBM KLCI by 16% YTD. Its
is key to financial year 2018 forecast based on a minimal increase in its in its capacity expansion plans and tempt to “plug the gap” in its con- prospective EV/Ebitda valuation
(FY18F) earnings growth. Given production volumes in 1QFY18F, weaker three-year compound an- verged offerings could translate has fallen to -1SD below its his-
that Kossan has not added any new while the recent weakness in the nual growth rate of 18.3% versus its into monetisation challenges in torical mean, close to the level
capacity since Dec 15, 2017, it has US dollar against the ringgit should peers’ average of 25.8%. An upside the interim, although manage- attained when it acquired P1.
not been able to benefit from the be mitigated by a decline in natu- risk is faster-than-expected com- ment is confident of the longer- We believe the selldown is ex-
recent surge in demand for gloves ral latex prices. Nevertheless, we missioning of its new lines, while a term benefits. cessive given the group’s domi-
(due to a lower supply of vinyl gloves lower our FY18 to FY20 earnings downside risk is sharp weakening of The upselling of its fibre plans nant position and relatively stable
from China). As a result, the group’s per share (EPS) estimates by 1.9% the US dollar against the ringgit. — (RM10 upgrade offer) continues fixed line business and decent
FY17 volume growth of 6% year- to 6% to take into account delays in CGSCIMB Research, April 9 to resonate well with subscribers, forward dividend yields of 3.8%
which should drive a stronger av- to 4%. Additionally, attractive
erage revenue per user and Inter- growth opportunities arising
Prolexus expected to resume growth in FY19
net revenue as more subscribers from its extensive infrastructure
trade up. On cost, TM is looking should help drive fixed-mobile
at workforce segmentation and convergence. Key risks are strong-
Prolexus Bhd Prolexus Bhd potentially cutting down the num- er-than-expected competition,
(April 10, 65.5 sen) ber of TMpoint outlets. We look commercial execution, regulatory
Maintain buy with a target price FYE JULY (RM MIL) 2016A 2017A 2018F 2019F forward to better cross-selling of developments, dividend payouts,
(TP) of 80 sen: Prolexus Bhd is Turnover 402.7 348.5 320.0 360.0
services as the group’s bundling and mergers and acquisitions. —
expected to resume its growth in initiatives, thus far, have been RHB Research, April 10
Ebit 41.6 37.7 34.0 38.0
financial year 2019 (FY19) with the
completion of its fabric mill in Kl- PBT 40.6 36.3 33.0 37.0 Telekom Malaysia Bhd
uang, Johor by the fourth quarter Net profit 28.3 22.6 18.0 23.0
of 2018. We maintain “buy”, with a EPS (sen) 16.4 12.5 10.0 12.7 FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016 2017 2018F 2019F 2020F
TP of 80 sen based on eight times EPS growth (%) - -23.7 -31.2 27.0 Total turnover 12,061 12,085 12,601 13,173 13,794
FY19 price-earnings ratio (PER) of DPS (sen) 3.2 2.2 2.0 2.5 Reported net profit 776 930 871 908 1,138
closest related peers. PER (x) 3.7 4.8 7.3 6.1
Prolexus is an original equip- Recurring net profit 848 863 871 908 1,138
BV/Share (RM) 1.13 1.21 1.30 1.40 Recurring net
ment manufacturer for major glob-
al sports apparel brands such as ROE (%) 14.4 10.2 6.4 7.2 profit growth (%) (6.3) 1.8 1.0 4.2 25.3
Nike, Under Armour and Asics, Net dividend yield (%) 2.4 3.6 3.2 4.0 Recurring EPS (RM) 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.24 0.30
with manufacturing facilities in Sources: Company and Rakuten Trade Research DPS (RM) 0.22 0.22 0.21 0.22 0.27
Batu Pahat, Penang and China, Recurring PER (x) 24.2 23.8 23.6 22.6 18.1
with a total production capacity better control of the supply chain Prolexus was in a net cash posi-
of 14 million pieces per annum. and improving margins. The fabric tion with RM23.1 million as at Jan P/B (x) 2.67 2.62 2.55 2.52 2.53
Under Armour accounts for 30% manufacturing plant is expected to 31, 2018, and is expected to recover P/CF (x) 7.29 9.24 6.06 5.80 5.51
of its revenue, followed by Nike at provide synergistic benefits to the from a slower FY18 and resume its Dividend yield (%) 3.9 3.9 3.8 4.0 5.0
20% and Asics 10%. existing sports apparel manufac- growth trajectory with double-digit EV/Ebitda (x) 6.51 7.29 7.20 6.95 6.30
Prolexus completed a rights issue turing process. Current plant utilisa- earnings growth for FY19 and FY20, ROAE (%) 10.0 12.0 11.0 11.2 14.0
back in 2016, raising RM56.8 mil- tion remains satisfactory at between with contributions from the fabric
Net debt to equity (%) 62.5 77.8 84.3 85.0 86.5
lion for the construction of its first 60% and 70% and is expected to im- mill. Meanwhile, we expect net divi-
fabric mill in Kluang, Johor, which prove with upcoming major sporting dend yields of 3.2% and 4% over the Our vs consensus
will help cut cost and reduce reli- events, namely Fifa World Cup 2018 next two years. — Rakuten Trade EPS (adjusted) (%) 0.8 (0.5) 17.4
ance on external suppliers, having and 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Research, April 10 Sources: Company data, RHB
12 B R O K E R S’ C A L L WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

PetDag retail
volume seen to
stay flattish
Petronas Dagangan Bhd Petronas Dagangan Bhd Ikhmas Jaya’s new
contract wins within
(April 10, RM25.36)
Maintain hold with an unchanged FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017 2018F 2019F
target price of RM24.64: Petronas Revenue 25,171.2 21,786.5 26,737.9 23,526.1 24,171.3

expectations
Dagangan Bhd (PetDag) has benefit-
Ebitda 1,515.1 1,622.9 2,219.2 1,752.7 1,800.8
ed from the upward trend of Means
of Platts Singapore pricing in finan- Ebit 1,094.3 1,214.4 1,440.5 1,381.2 1,430.9
cial year 2016 (FY16)-FY17. How- Finance cost (13.4) (7.7) (6.7) (5.6) (5.6)
ever, we opine that the trend will Associates & JV 3.8 5.6 4.0 5.6 5.6
normalise downwards in 2018 due Profit before tax 1,084.6 1,212.3 1,437.9 1,381.2 1,431.0 Ikhmas Jaya Group Bhd the date of the letter of award.
to expectations of flattish oil price Tax (290.0) (297.3) (349.9) (359.1) (372.1) (April 10, 39 sen) Year to date, the group has suc-
movement. Our oil price target for Net profit 790.0 913.1 1,539.5 1,020.2 1,057.1 Upgrade to buy with an unchanged cessfully secured total contracts
2018 is US$55 (RM212.85)-US$65 target price (TP) of 55 sen: Ikhmas worth RM297.6 million, accounting
Minority interest 4.6 1.9 5.5 1.9 1.9
per barrel as we opine that any sig- Jaya Group Bhd has received a let- for 59.5% of our RM500 estimated
nificant surge in oil prices will be Core Patmi 790.0 942.8 1,082.5 1,020.2 1,057.1 ter of award of RM58.7 million from order-book replenishment for fi-
capped by increases in shale oil pro- Exceptionals - - 457.0 - - Putrajaya Ventures Sdn Bhd for the nancial year 2018 (FY18).
duction while on the other hand oil Reported Patmi 790.0 942.8 1,539.5 1,020.2 1,057.1 proposed demolition works of an The current outstanding order
prices are is still supported by Opec Source: Hong Leong Investment Bank Research existing three-storey office building, book stands at RM928.6 million af-
production cuts which we expect proposed construction and com- ter taking into account these new-
will be extended for another year. pletion of substructure works con- ly secured contracts. As such, we
Going forward, we expect retail We understand that three new In the long run, PetDag believes sisting of a two-level parking area believe that the outstanding order
volume to stay flattish due to stag- Mesra stations were added in FY17 that the deregulation of the product in Lot 155, Jalan Ampang. Further- book could provide earnings visi-
nant auto total industry volume, an and the group is targeting to open retailing industry is imminent and more, the group has also received bility of 4.8 times FY17 earnings as-
improved public transportation sys- 10 new Mesra stations in FY18. its main objective is to improve its another letter of award from Naluri suming a net profit margin of 7.5%.
tem in the Klang Valley, growing pop- Going forward, we expect manage- cost efficiency in order to sustain Rezeki Sdn Bhd for a total contract We retain our earnings forecasts
ularity of e-hailing services, and an ment to focus more on upgrading profit growth. value of RM198.9 million to design, for FY18 and FY19 as the contract
improvement in fuel efficiency of cars existing stations rather than embark The positive impact of the improve- construct, test, commission, main- wins fall within our new order book
in general due to green initiatives. on aggressive expansion plans due ment in product margins has been tain and complete for the Hospital target of RM500 million for FY18.
Going forward, we understand to market saturation. reflected while normalisation of mar- Kajang project. A major risk to our earnings
that capital expenditure (capex) for The commercial segment will con- gins in FY18 and a muted outlook for The duration of the above-men- forecasts is any unforeseen delay
the group will normalise back to tinue to experience higher growth, gasoline volume have made its long- tioned project from Putrajaya Ven- in execution and recognition of
the RM300 million-RM400 million thanks to the group’s focus on the term prospects less appealing. We tures is 18 months from the date of construction progress. We up-
range. Most of the capex budgeted higher-value aviation and diesel seg- maintain “hold” with an unchanged site possession. The date for site grade to “buy” from “hold” with
for FY18 will focus on boasting retail ment. The group is focusing on bring- TP of RM24.64 pegged at 24 times FY18 possession is to be determined an unchanged TP of 55 sen as we
volume by major upgrade spending ing in more clients especially smaller price-earnings ratio. — Hong Leong soon. Similarly, the duration of believe its value re-emerges fol-
at existing stations. airlines in the aviation segment. Investment Bank Research, April 10 the project from Naluri Rezeki is lowing the recent decline in its
about of 36 months and the defect share price. — JF Apex Investment
liability period is 24 months from Research, April 10

More sustainable earnings trend seen for FGV Ikhmas Jaya Group Bhd
despite legal dispute FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018F 2019F
Revenue 293.5 268.7 242.6 299.5 368.9 470.1
Felda Global Ventures Holdings Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd Gross profit 57.9 57.9 67.3 40.9 88.9 120.1
Bhd Ebit 33.4 37.6 21.6 25.4 45.4 58.3
(April 10, RM1.90) FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015A 2016A 2017A 2018F 2019F
PBT 28.8 32.8 15.2 17.8 37.8 50.3
Maintain neutral with an adjusted Revenue 15,670 17,241 16,975 20,352 21,259
PAT 21.4 24.3 10.2 13.5 26.5 38.3
target price (TP) of RM1.75: Felda Ebit 682 446 801 536 610
Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV) Net profit 21.5 25.2 11.3 14.3 28.0 38.4
PBT 384 260 417 347 366
has announced that its subsidiaries, Growth (%)
Net income 117 31 144 106 117
Felda Global Ventures Research & Revenue 30.0 -9.2 -10.8 19.0 18.8 21.5
Development Sdn Bhd (FGVRD) Core net income (106) (157) 59 106 117
EPS (sen) 3.21 0.86 3.94 2.90 3.21 Gross profit 7.5 14.0 -19.9 -37.4 54.0 26.0
and Felda Agricultural Services Sdn
Core EPS (sen) (2.91) (4.30) 1.62 2.90 3.21 Ebit 4.2 11.0 -73.8 14.9 44.1 22.0
Bhd (FAS) were served with a Kuala
Lumpur High Court writ of summons Net DPS (sen) 4.0 0.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 PBT -0.6 12.0 -116.2 14.8 53.0 24.7
together with a statement of claim Net dividend yield (%) 2.3 0.0 2.9 2.9 2.9 PAT -0.2 11.9 -137.2 24.0 49.1 30.7
last Thursday by Fulle Technik Sdn Core PER (59.5) (40.2) 106.7 59.6 53.9 Net profit 0.5 14.4 -123.1 21.1 48.9 27.0
Bhd (FTSB). We gather that FTSB is Margin (%)
NTA/share (RM) 1.19 1.16 1.11 1.09 1.07
claiming a total amount of RM23.39
P/NTA 1.46 1.50 1.56 1.59 1.62 Gross margin 19.7 25.1 23.2 13.7 24.1 25.5
million from FGV.
In September 2014, FGVRD ap- ROE (%) 2.0 0.5 2.6 1.9 2.1 Ebit 11.4 14.0 8.9 8.5 12.3 12.4
pointed FTSB to develop a proto- ROA (%) 0.6 0.1 0.7 0.5 0.5 PBT 9.8 12.2 6.3 5.9 10.3 10.7
type machine known as the Subsoil Sources: Company, MIDF Research forecast PAT 7.3 9.0 4.2 4.5 7.2 8.1
Fertilizer Machine (SFM). FTSB Net profit 7.3 9.4 4.7 4.8 7.6 8.2
has alleged that FGVRD had (in ther details from FGV. The company uation (from +0.5 standard deviation
breach of their contractual obliga- has mentioned that the material liti- valuation) to account for earnings Net gearing (%) 52 22 39 50 42 47
tions) appointed a third party via gation may have a material financial risk from this material litigation. De- EPS (sen) 3.94 4.62 2.07 2.62 5.13 7.03
an open tender to build and sup- impact and it will make necessary spite the reduction in our TP, we do ROE (%) 22.3 11.4 13.0 5.3 6.7 13.0
ply the SFM. In this regard, FTSB announcements on further devel- not foresee a significant downside to ROA (%) 22.4 13.3 5.8 6.7 13.1 17.7
claims RM23.39 million against opment of the case in due course. its share price as the company has DPS (sen) - - 0.01 0.005 0.01 0.01
FGVRD and FAS. We lower our TP to RM1.75 (from been registering core net profits in Dividend payout (%) - - 20.6 21.0 20 20
We maintain our financial year RM1.96) as we lower our price-to- the past two quarters, suggesting a
2018 core net profit forecast of RM106 book target to 1.1 times (from 1.23 more sustainable earnings trend. — Dividend yield (%) - - 1.5 0.9 1.5 1.5
million at this juncture pending fur- times). We are now using mean val- MIDF Research, April 10 Sources: Company, JF Apex
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H O M E 13

Irrelevant courses Parti Rakyat


contests in
GE14, wants role

will be discontinued as check


on power
BY S A N G E E T H A
A MA RT H A L IN G A M

This is for the govt to produce more digitally skilled graduates in the wake of IR 4.0 BUTTERWORTH: Parti Rakyat
Malaysia (PRM) is making a re-
newed bid to play a check and
KODIANG (Kedah): The higher ed- “We are prepared to face the chal- of graduates from the community line with market demand. balance role in national politics
ucation ministry is prepared to dis- lenges, and even the teachers, for college in the country is 96.7%, prov- “There are also community col- by contesting in the upcoming
continue irrelevant courses at higher example ... about 600 lecturers this ing it is among the best educational leges implementing virtual reality 14th general election (GE14).
education institutions in line with year will be given the Educator 4.0 institutions locally. courses, extending beyond IR 4.0,” The party, having been inac-
the government’s desire to produce course to know the challenges and “Do not underestimate the com- he added. tive for some time, has lined up
more digitally skilled graduates in education streams in line with IR munity college graduates, in terms of The Jerlun Community College candidates for 80 state and 20
the wake of the Fourth Industrial 4.0,” he said after launching the Jer- marketability here (community col- is the 95th of such institutions in parliamentary seats in Penang,
Revolution (IR 4.0). lun Community College yesterday. leges), [which] is the best compared the country and the 10th in Kedah, Perak, Kedah and Sabah, its
Its minister Datuk Seri Idris Ju- Idris was commenting on Barisan with other education institutions.” offering a full-time Certificate in secretary-general Koh Swe
soh said new courses would be in- Nasional’s (BN) manifesto promis- Idris said the applications to en- Architectural Technology for Sijil Yong told reporters here.
troduced to expose students to IR ing an inclusive education sector ter community colleges are on the Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) school “We will be using our own
4.0 which demands a change in line ahead of IR 4.0, with over five million rise due to the variety of courses of- leavers. A total of 48 full-time certif- money to fund our candidacies
with the digital transformation, to digitally skilled graduates. fered, such as architecture, fashion, icates and 17 diplomas are offered contrary to allegations that we
be more competitive. Idris said the marketability rate pastry-making and automotive, in at the institution. — Bernama are receiving funds from Ba-
risan Nasional (BN) and Umno.
If we did do that, we would be
contesting more than 100 seats.
Blogger’s ex- We are not here to split votes
but play the role of an effective
girlfriend spared check and balance to the gov-
jail time over ernment,” he said.
The democratic socialist par-
insulting post ty was formed in 1955 by leftist
Ahmad Boestamam. Previous-
ly, several leaders including six
KUALA LUMPUR: Controver- presidents were arrested under
sial blogger Alvin Tan’s former the Internal Security Act (ISA)
girlfriend, Vivian Lee, convict- for various reasons including its
ed of insulting Islam by mak- affiliation with communism. To
ing offensive postings on their date, it has about 10,000 mem-
Facebook and sentenced to five bers. “Today, we are here to con-
months and 22 days’ jail for tinue the fight for the people. We
the offence, has been spared want to be a governing party but
the jail time and the penalty before achieving that, we will
replaced with a RM5,000 fine, become an effective opposition
in default of six months jail. party to either BN or Pakatan
This followed a decision by Harapan,” Koh said.
High Court Judge Datuk Mohd In Penang, PRM will field
Sofian Abd Razak yesterday 18 candidates new to politics
in allowing an appeal by the in 18 state and four parliament
woman for the jail sentence
to be replaced with a fine. In
HISTORY RELIVED ... Police personnel parading in uniforms adopted by the force since its formation during an seats, to bring up public-cen-
tric issues. The group targets
appreciation ceremony for the police to mark the 211th Police Day celebration at Wisma Darul Iman in Kuala Terengganu yesterday.
allowing the appeal by Lee, Photo by Bernama fence sitters disillusioned with
29, he dismissed the appeal incumbent political parties’
by the prosecution for a longer promises, said Penang PRM
jail sentence to one year. Mohd head Tang Hiang Lye. Having

Renewable energy agenda to


Sofian also advised Lee to not left Gerakan after 19 years in
repeat the mistake and warned 2011, he will contest the Bukit
her of more serious penalty if Tengah state and Batu Kawan
she did it. parliament seats in GE14.
On May 27, 2016, Sessions
Court Judge Abdul Rashid Daud
sentenced Lee to five months
drive Sarawak growth — CM Former one-term Sidam
assemblyman and executive
councillor in Kedah, Tan Chow
and 22 days’ jail for the of- Kang, 76, who won on a PKR
fence. Lee and Tan were jointly KUCHING: Sarawak’s foresight to project,” he said when opening the trification Award at the fourth ARE ticket in 2008, will contest in
charged with committing the of- embrace emerging technologies to fourth International Sustainable Energy Access Investment Summit Bukit Tengah on mainland
fence by posting a picture of her boost the renewable energy agenda Energy Summit 2018 here yester- in Catania, Sicily. Penang. Tan, arrested under
and Tan with a caption “Selamat augurs well for its future, said Chief day. The summit is jointly organised He said Sarawak is also looking the ISA in 1966, and later ban-
Berbuka Puasa (with Bak Kut Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Jo- by Sustainable Energy Develop- into better connectivity by having ished under the Emergency Or-
Teh ... fragrant, delicious and hari Abang Openg. ment Authority Malaysia together the light rail transit system for Kuch- dinance for being a communist
appetising)”, which also con- He said these efforts include trial with Sarawak Ministry of Utilities ing city that will run on hydrogen party sympathiser, joined the
tained the halal logo, on their runs of hydrogen fuel cell applica- and co-hosted by the energy, green fuel. “If this turns out feasible, an in- Labour Party in 1959 that was
Facebook “Alvin and Vivian-Al- tions in the transportation sector, technology and water ministry and tegrated transportation system com- part of the Malayan Peoples’
vivi” at 9am on July 12, 2013. The digitisation of electricity, great- the Sarawak state government. prising intelligent route selection, Socialist Front coalition.
charge was made under Section er economic transformation and In outlining the efforts under- digital asset management, smart Other PRM candidates to be
4(1)(c) of the Sedition Act 1948 being exemplary globally in rural taken to facilitate energy transi- traffic light and parking, digital in- fielded in Penang include two
which provides a fine of up to electrification via clean energy. tion in the state, he said Sarawak formation signage and information former journalists Chua Cheong
RM5,000, or imprisonment of “For example, within three years leads the nation to have nearly 75% system for public transportation en- Wee, 49, and Chew Seng Tung,
up to three years, or both, upon Sarawak’s public transportation of renewables in three electricity sures comfort and safe mobility for 35, who want to keep incumbent
conviction. landscape will undergo a transfor- power mix, a reduction in carbon commuters,” said the chief minister. leaders on their toes. “People
When met by reporters out- mation for the better, where elec- emission from power generation In shaping a digital future for need to know they can ques-
side the court, deputy public tric-powered buses will ply the by 72% besides having the coun- Sarawak, Abang Johari said the state tion the government. We may
prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin streets. And at its heels, will be to try’s lowest electricity tariff. Abang is embarking on the digital econo- not win but at least we tell the
Wan Ladin, who prosecuted, expand this category of buses to Johari said the Sarawak Alterna- my transformation for Sarawak by people they should bring up
said the prosecution would file hydrogen-powered ones, making tive Rural Electrification Scheme formulating a five-year Sarawak issues. In a way, we are educat-
an appeal at the Court of Ap- Kuching the first city in the coun- implemented by the government Digital Economy Strategy begin- ing them,” said Chua, formerly
peal tomorrow. — Bernama try to have such buses as a pilot received the Alliance for Rural Elec- ning 2018 until 2022. — Bernama Kwong Wah Yit Poh writer.
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PM meets BN state When polling falls


on a working day
leaders on GE14 ANALYS IS BY MO H S IN A B D UL L A H

IT is true that under election laws,


polling can take place on a work-
Saturday, which is April 28.
Anyway, despite the election laws
making it easy for those working to
vote, in reality it is not that easy, es-
ing day. pecially for those who need to take
To be specific, Section 25 of a break from working, go to vote and
Mohamed Khaled, Idris among those seen leaving PM’s home the Elections Act 1958 stipulates
that “Every employer shall on the
come back to work. It is unnecessary
pressure for employees and employ-
polling day allow to every elector ers as I see it. This would be the case
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Da- in his employ a reasonable peri- for the banking sector, for example.
tuk Seri Najib Razak held a meet- od for voting, and no employer So too for many other industries.
ing yesterday with menteris besar Mohamad Hasan says he will shall make any deduction from That apart, it is not doing any
and chief ministers on the 14th defend his state seat of Rantau. the pay or other remuneration of good as far as the image is con-
general election (GE14) in Seri Per- Photo by Bernama any such elector or impose upon cerned for the EC who is already
dana here. or exact from him any penalty accused by quite a number of Ma-
Among the state leaders seen by reason of his absence during laysians as being “Barisan Nasional
leaving the prime minister’s offi- such a period”. (BN)-biased”. The EC has however
cial residence were Johor Menteri sure that it goes well. To put it plainly, employers said many times that it is not.
Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled “It has been settled,” he said of must give their employees time Just access the Internet and you
Nordin, Melaka Chief Minister Da- the discussions. off if they want to cast their votes will see people — lots of them —
tuk Seri Idris Haron and Negeri Asked about discussions on even during working hours. Well, alleging that the commission’s de-
Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri the BN candidates to be fielded that is obviously not the case, as cision is to “ensure” a low voter
Mohamad Hasan. in Negeri Sembilan, Mohamad polling stations would be closed turnout which they see, rightly or
Mohamed Khaled and Idris were said: “OK. Alhamdulillah (Praise after normal working hours. wrongly, as being “good for BN”.
seen leaving in their cars around be to God), we discussed the list And if employers do not grant Many seem to agree with former
11.30am. — there were agreement and dis- employees such permission, the Bersih chair Maria Chin Abdullah
Reporters failed in their attempts agreement.” employers are liable to a fine of who said that setting May 9 as the
to get comments from the two lead- On the preparations for the elec- RM5,000 or to imprisonment for polling day “can only be perceived
ers on their meeting with Najib, tion and BN’s confidence about re- one year. as another attempt by the EC to dis-
who is also Barisan Nasional (BN) taining power in Negeri Sembilan, GE14 will be held on a Wednes- enfranchise voters and reduce the
chairman. Mohamad Hasan, who left Seri he said: “Insya-Allah (God willing), day that is May 9, 2018, as decided opportunities for overseas voters,
Idris lowered the window of the Perdana at about 12.30pm, spoke we have to work hard.” by the Election Commission (EC). especially those from Singapore,
car and waved to the reporters who to reporters as he was leaving and Mohamad Hasan said he would So based on the provision of the Brunei, Thailand and the Philip-
had been waiting outside Seri Per- said the meeting was to discuss defend his state seat of Rantau. — Elections Act stated above, no em- pines, who may have been planning
dana since early yesterday. the election strategy and to en- Bernama ployer would want to be hauled to come home to vote”.
up for preventing their workers The general belief is that those
from leaving work to vote, even voters are coming home not to vote
PPBM withdraws suit against RoS on party registration
though that could lead to a pos- for BN.
sible disruption in operations. Pakatan Harapan leader Tun Dr
Someone sent me a WhatsApp Mahathir Mohamad views polling
KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Pribumi Ber- cial review of the decision by RoS 8, 2016, had sought a declaration message saying one public rela- on Wednesday as “undemocratic”
satu Malaysia (PPBM) has withdrawn director-general Surayati Ibrahim to compel the RoS to follow proce- tions company has decided to close as it “will deprive some overseas
its originating summons against the to provisionally deregister the party dures that it could not deregister the for a day on May 9 so that its em- Malaysians of their right to vote”.
Registrar of Societies (RoS) in regard in the High Court here on April 5. party under the Societies Act 1966. ployees can vote. However, I can- Detractors are quick to remind
to the party’s registration. He said the application had been The plaintiff was also seeking not verify the authenticity of the us that in 1995 and 1999, the general
High Court Judge S Nantha Balan fixed for hearing today before Justice a declaration that the RoS’ failure information at the time of writing. elections were held on weekdays and
granted in chambers the party’s ap- Datuk Wira Kamaludin Md Said. to reply to three letters sent to it by The Edge Media Group is giv- the prime minster then was Mahathir.
plication to withdraw the suit, with- On Feb 22, PPBM through its sec- the party was inconsistent with the ing the day off to staff members But there was no furore then,
out costs, according to PPBM counsel retary-general Datuk Dr Shahrud- Societies Act 1966. who are registered voters. And certainly not as “noisy” or, should
Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla. din Md Salleh filed the suit, naming The party had also sought to for The Edge employees who are I say, “angry” as currently. Perhaps
He told reporters that PPBM the RoS as the defendant. compel the RoS to carry out an registered to vote outside Kuala the opposition to the ruling coalition
withdrew the suit as it had filed In its originating summons, investigation into the party’s de- Lumpur or Selangor, chances are was not strong then? Or a BN victory
an application for leave for a judi- PPBM, which was set up on Sept registration. — Bernama they will be given an extra day was never in doubt back in the day?
off. Lucky us. However, there was not much
But here is the thing. Instead difference between the overall
Idris: Respect EC’s decision on polling date
of making life difficult for every- voter turnout in elections held on
body — employers, employees weekends and weekdays, which
and everyone else — why can- was around 70% on average. But
KANGAR: All parties should re- Many have expressed their dis- have had its own reason in making not May 9 be declared a public in 1995 and 1999, when elections
spect the decision of the Election satisfaction with the EC’s decision the decision which should be respect- holiday? Or have polling on Sat- were held on weekdays, the turn-
Commission (EC) which has set of fixing May 9 as the date of GE14 ed by all parties. “Once Parliament urday or Sunday as in previous out was around 60%.
May 9 as the polling date for the because it is a weekday which will is dissolved, it is up to the EC. The elections? Senang cerita. If it was wrong to hold the polls
14th general election (GE14), said make it difficult for voters to return to EC holds a meeting with all of its True, “cuti khas” or a special on weekdays back then, then it’s
Higher Education Minister Datuk their hometowns to cast their votes. members and makes the decision. holiday has been declared for wrong to hold the polls on a week-
Seri Idris Jusoh. Asked on whether the staff of “As far as I know, the country’s schools. But then that is because day now.
He said the EC certainly had its all institutions of higher learning elections were usually held on week- school premises are to be used As we know, two wrongs do not
reasonable cause for choosing a would be granted leave of absence ends, only twice or three times they as polling stations and what not. make a right — right?
working day as the polling date for on May 9, Idris said it was up to the were held during weekdays,” he told The EC must have its rea-
GE14. “We respect the EC’s decision management of each institution. reporters at an event at Sekolah sons for deciding to hold GE14
and it is not an issue,” he told re- In Negeri Sembilan, state Barisan Kebangsaan Taman Tuanku Jaafar, on a weekday which is a work- Mohsin Abdullah is a contributing
porters after launching the Kangar Nasional (BN) chairman Datuk Seri Sungai Gadut, near Seremban yes- ing day but somehow deems it editor. He has covered politics for
Community College here yesterday. Mohamad Hasan said the EC might terday. — Bernama right to have nomination on a over four decades.

Bigger allocation for paddy farmers if BN stays in power — minister


BY A DA M A ZI Z The additional allocation will last year, Prime Minister Datuk Seri election, if our PM (Najib) remains velopment Authority for the three
be announced on the night of the Najib Razak announced an alloca- as PM,” he told a crowd of some months between the paddy plant-
KETEREH: Barisan Nasional (BN) polling day if the election results tion of RM150 million specifically 1,000 paddy farmers here. ing and harvesting season.
will introduce additional funding favour the incumbent, said Agri- for paddy farmers. Ahmad Shabery was distribut- The monetary assistance was
for paddy farmers if it remains as culture and Agro-Based Indus- “I will not reveal [the additional al- ing monetary assistance — worth also announced during Budget
the federal government after the try Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad location] here,” said Ahmad Shabery. RM600 each — to representatives 2018, which the government ex-
14th general election (GE14), a Shabery Cheek. “The additional funding will be of 5,368 eligible paddy farmers in pects will benefit 57,000 paddy
minister said yesterday. In Budget 2018 tabled in October announced on the night after the Kelantan under the Agricultural De- farmers nationwide.
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COMMENT 15

Trump’s trade war pushes


Europe toward China
The president could fast consume the reserves of soft power which America has built
BY FERDINANDO Of course, to some extent the Washington of a strategic ally. ing it alone when it comes to trade ture in the Asia-Pacific region.
GIUGLIANO trade gap reflects the different stages The president has repeatedly disputes. The US has not joined this initia-
of development of these countries: criticised the EU for its trade poli- Last year, Cecilia Malmstrom, tive, as it sees it as a rival institution
Large chunks of manufacturing have cy which, he argued, is “very unfair” the EU trade commissioner, com- to the International Monetary Fund

T
moved to China, to benefit from low- to the US. Trump only granted a pared a world without the WTO to and the World Bank. Most European
he trade fight between er wages, while domestic consump- last-minute exemption to the EU on the “Wild West.” countries have already chipped in,
the US and China is tion has only recently begun to rise. his tariffs on steel and aluminium. Beijing’s courtship of the EU has and could invest more.
posing a dilemma Even accounting for different Moreover, this exclusion is tem- intensified lately. Zhang Ming, Chi- We are a long way from seeing
to the European Un- stages of development, however, porary, as Trump is seeking to put na’s ambassador to the EU, wrote the EU pivot away from the US and
ion (EU): Should the Western countries have long com- pressure on European countries to last week that “China and the EU, toward China, of course.
world’s largest trading plained that Beijing is subsidising its make concessions in other areas of as major members of the WTO and The EU still has plenty of reser-
bloc pick a side? And, if so, which domestic industries unfairly. trade; not exactly the kind of treat- comprehensive strategic partners, vations about Beijing’s trade pol-
one? For example, large conglomerates ment the EU expects from a friend. should take a clear stance against icy — and there is little sign these
In theory, the US is the more nat- enjoy subsidised loans from China’s Most importantly, the US admin- protectionism.” will disappear. From the defence of
ural ally for Europe: The two have state-owned banks, giving them an istration is showing disdain for the This smacks of hypocrisy, but liberal democracy to broad foreign
cooperated closely since the end unfair advantage, or even keeping multilateral trading system which it may be all the EU can rely on at policy priorities, there is much more
of World War II, building the mul- some of them artificially alive. contributed to building. Last Friday, this stage. to the transatlantic bond.
tilateral institutions which are now On steel, the subject of some of Trump said the WTO was “unfair” There are many areas where an But Trump risks fast consuming
under threat. the Trump tariffs, the US and the EU to the US. His proposed tariffs have EU-China alignment is possible: Bei- the great reserves of trust and soft
And yet, President Donald both believe that China should do stretched the WTO framework to its jing is seeking strategic partners for power which the US has built toward
Trump’s slipshod approach to trade more to reduce overcapacity. limits — the levies on steel and al- its Belt and Road Initiative, a devel- Europe since the war. That could be
diplomacy risks pushing the EU into Washington and Brussels also uminium were justified on a rarely opment strategy aimed at building just as damaging as the economic
the arms of China. share concerns with regard to Chi- used exemption for the defence of better infrastructure between Asia, costs of Trump’s tariffs on the US
The EU’s main strategic interest in na’s technology transfer policy: They national security. Europe and Africa. and world economy. — Bloomberg
this fight is to ensure that the multi- accuse Beijing of seeking to misap- Conversely, China is seeking to Several countries, including
lateral trading framework — includ- propriate intellectual property, for stick to the rules of the multilateral France and Germany, have ex- Sparks are flying
ing the World Trade Organization example by taking over Western trade game. pressed an initial interest in the as Trump’s
(WTO) — survives. At the moment, high-tech firms. President Xi Jinping has repeat- project, and this could be stepped strategy risks
this concern is most shared by Bei- This was Trump’s justification edly presented China as a staunch up. depriving
jing, not Washington. when he unveiled last week tariffs on defender of globalisation, including Similarly, European countries Washington of a
In many ways, the US and the around US$50 billion worth of annu- at a historic speech at the World could take a more active role in the strategic ally.
EU are in a similar position with al imports from China. The US also Economic Forum in Davos last year. Asian Infrastructure Photo by Reuters
regard to China. The two econo- launched a case at the WTO, which China is now challenging the US Investment Bank,
mies are both net importers: Their the EU and Japan have since joined. tariffs through the WTO — a sign that China’s develop-
trade deficit amounted respectively But while the EU and the US are Beijing is keen to preserve the exist- ment bank which
to US$351 billion (RM1.36 trillion) natural partners in rewriting the ing dispute settlement mechanism. aims to support
and US$178 billion, according to rules of world trade with China, That stance fits well with the EU’s the building of
Bloomberg data. Trump’s strategy risks depriving own opposition to countries go- infrastruc-

Italian politics and Europe’s future


BY JEFFREY D SACHS Italy stands also at the political
changing politics. The first, and per- The third reason is structural. including mass displacement and
divide, with an insurgent new party, haps least recognised, is a genera- Northern Europe innovates, while refugee movements.
the Five Star Movement (M5S), shar- tion of disastrous US foreign policy southern and eastern Europe by and Advocates of a strong and vibrant
ing the political stage with the right-
in the Middle East and Africa. large do not, or at least not nearly EU — and I am firmly among them
wing, anti-immigrant, and anti-EU After the Cold War ended in the at the same rate. — should be rooting for the insur-
MORE than ever, the European Union League party and the pro-EU but early 1990s, the US and local allies Italy straddles the two sides of Eu- gent parties to join forces with the
(EU) needs unity to assert its values greatly weakened centre-left Dem- aimed to establish political and mil- rope: a dynamic north, and chronic weakened traditional social-dem-
and interests in an age when US glob- ocratic Party. itary hegemony in the Middle East malaise in the south (the Mezzogior- ocratic parties in order to promote
al leadership is on the verge of col- The insurgent M5S finished first and North Africa through US-led no). This is an old story, but also an sustainable development, innova-
lapse, China is ascendant, and Russia in the March 4 parliamentary vote wars of regime change in Afghan- ongoing one. It helps to explain the tion, and investment-led growth,
wavers yet again between coopera- with an astounding 33% of the vote, istan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and else- frontlines of EU politics. and to block anti-EU coalitions.
tion and confrontation with the EU. compared to 19% for the Democrats where. The M5S was triumphant espe- Or, as in Germany, they should
Divided, the EU is a mere help- and 17% for the League. The impli- The result has been chronic vi- cially in Italy’s stagnating south. urge the grand coalition of cen-
less spectator to geopolitical upheav- cations of M5S’ strong victory are a olence and instability, leading to My political predilections lie with tre-left and centre-right parties to
al. United, the EU can play a critical topic of heated debate in Italy and massive refugee flows into Europe social democracy. I blame conserva- become much more dynamic and
global role, as it uniquely combines around Europe. that have upended politics in one EU tives like Schäuble for driving voters investment-oriented at European
prosperity, democracy, environmen- Throughout the EU, traditional member state after another. into the arms of populist parties. scale, both for the sake of economic
talism, innovation, and social justice. centre-left and centre-right pro-EU The second reason is Europe’s good sense and to combat far-right
parties are losing votes. now chronic under-investment, es- A strong and vibrant EU nationalists.
EU unity to depend on Italy Just as in Italy, anti-EU national-
pecially by the public sector. Yet too many mainstream so- Or, as in France, they should
And whether the EU regains unity of ist parties like the League are gain- Under former Finance Minister cial-democratic leaders went qui- cheer the amalgamation of pro-
purpose, or instead spirals into dis- ing votes, and anti-establishment Wolfgang Schäuble, a self-satisfied etly along with Schäuble. I also fault EU traditionalists and insurgents
array, will depend on what happens insurgencies like M5S — for exam- and economically successful Ger- Chancellor Angela Merkel and oth- in President Emmanuel Macron’s
now in Italy. ple, Podemos in Spain, and Syriza in many blocked European-wide in- er European leaders for failing to La République En Marche!
Italy’s pivotal role stems from its Greece — are either winning power vestment-led growth, and turned speak strongly enough against the Such pro-EU alignments give the
position at the geographic divide be- outright or holding the balance of the eurozone into a debtors’ prison US-led wars in the Middle East and EU time to reform its institutions,
tween northern Europe’s prosperity power between traditional pro-EU for Greece and a dispiriting zone of North Africa. stake out a common foreign policy,
and southern Europe’s crisis, and the mainstream parties and anti-EU na- stagnation for much of southern and European leaders should have and initiate investment- and inno-
intellectual and emotional divide tionalist parties. eastern Europe. been much more energetic at the vation-led green growth in place of
between an open Europe and one With the EU’s economic policy United Nations in opposing Ameri- austerity and complacency.
trapped again by nationalism, prej- Reasons for change limited to austerity, it is not hard to ca’s hegemonic policy in the Middle Traditional social-democratic
udice, and fear. There are three reasons for Europe’s see why populism has taken root. East, with its catastrophic effects, CON T I N UES ON PAGE 17
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‘L’Oreal picked as
China’s military
expansion turns
AviChina into an
Xi vows to further preferred bidder
for stake in
S Korea’s Nanda’
Asia hot stock
BY KRISTINE SERVANDO
open China economy BY HYUNJOO JIN & JU-MIN PARK

SEOUL : French cosmetics


group L’Oreal SA has been
HONG KONG: China’s push to picked as the preferred bid-
bolster its military firepower He says economic globalisation is an irreversible trend of the time der to buy 70% of South Kore-
has turned a state-run aviation an fashion and cosmetics firm
stock into one of Asia’s best Nanda, in a deal estimated at
performers this year. BY RYAN M CM OR RO W 400 billion won (RM1.46 bil-
AviChina Industry & Tech- lion), Korea Economic Daily
nology Co, a maker of train- BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jin- reported yesterday, citing in-
ing jets, transport helicopters ping pledged yesterday to lower car vestment banking sources.
and airplane electronics sys- tariffs this year and take other steps The deal would make L’Ore-
tems, jumped 40% in Hong to open the world’s No 2 econo- al the latest foreign investor
Kong since the start of Febru- my “wider and wider”, addressing to bet on continued demand
ary through Monday as Bei- major complaints by the US in a for Korean beauty products in
jing pledged to boost defence simmering trade row. Asian markets such as China,
spending. That put it on top Xi’s remarks follow weeks of tit- backed by the popularity of
of the MSCI Asia Pacific In- for-tat tariffs between Beijing and Korean pop culture.
dex, which fell more than 6% Washington and mutual threats of The proposed purchase
in that time. more levies on hundreds of billions from Nanda’s founder is aimed
Growing tensions between of dollars worth of products that at strengthening L’Oreal’s pres-
China and the US have re- have raised fears of a trade war that ence in the Chinese make-up
newed investor interest in Chi- could lacerate the global economy. Xi delivering his speech at an annual meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia yesterday in market, the newspaper said. UBS
nese defence stocks such as While he did not directly men- Boao, in the southern Chinese province of Hainan. Photo by Reuters is managing the deal, it said.
AviChina, according to Kelvin tion US President Donald Trump’s L’Oreal declined to comment
Lau, an analyst at Daiwa Cap- demands, Xi told an economic fo- as did a UBS spokesman in Hong
ital Markets. Like the other 11 rum on the southern island of Hain- products this year, take measures to told the Boao Forum for Asia. “The Kong. Nanda officials were not
analysts tracked by Bloomberg an that Beijing “does not seek a liberalise automobile investment, door of China’s opening up will not available for comment.
who cover the company, Lau trade surplus” and hopes to in- and protect intellectual property — close, it will only open wider and Nanda began as an online re-
has a “buy” rating on the stock. crease imports. all areas that have been high on the wider.” But he gave no details or an tailer and has expanded to open
AviChina’s military reve- Promising a “new phase of open- list of demands by Washington. exact date for taking the measures. physical stores in South Korea,
nue now outpaces profits from ing up”, he said China will “consider- “Economic globalisation is an The car tariffs were the target of Tokyo and Hong Kong. Its Style
general purpose lightweight ably lower” tariffs on cars and other irreversible trend of the time,” Xi a Trump tweet on Monday. — AFP Nanda clothing line and 3CE
aircraft used for cargo trans- cosmetics brand are particularly
port and crop seeding. Bei- popular among Chinese tour-

China’s Sinochem hires banks


jing expects defence spending ists. The unlisted firm recorded
to rise at the quickest pace in 129 billion won in sales in 2016,
three years to 1.11 trillion yuan versus 109 billion in 2015, a reg-

for US$2b IPO of oil assets


(RM681.54 billion) as President ulatory filing showed. — Reuters
Xi Jinping seeks to mould the
People’s Liberation Army into
a “world-class” force.
The rally is a turnaround
Alibaba-backed
for the stock, which was trad- BY M ATTHEW M ILLE R & D J U LI E Z HU initial public offering (IPO), the oil and gas production. carmaker aims
ing at the cheapest valua-
tion in more than a decade BEIJING/HONG KONG: China’s
people, who have direct knowledge
of the matter, said. It has also picked
The proposed float comes amid
a push by Beijing to inject new life to raise more
in February.
“Previously the focus for
Sinochem Group has hired seven
banks to manage a US$2 billion
China International Capital Corp,
HSBC, ICBC International and JP-
into bloated state-owned enterpris-
es by encouraging private capital
than US$1.6b
AviChina was the general air- (RM7.74 billion) Hong Kong stock Morgan to work on the IPO, which investment in the enterprises.
craft industry which was re- listing of its key oil assets, three is expected in the second half of China’s government has been BY R AC H E L C H A N G
stricted by policies in China,” people said, as the state-owned this year, said the people. moving to create bigger, stronger & PRUDENCE HO
said Sean Xiang, an analyst at firm shifts to higher-value busi- The planned IPO will likely in- state firms, and build globally com-
Guotai Junan Securities Co. nesses, including petrochemicals clude Sinochem’s oil refining, oil petitive enterprises. It is also weed- BOAO (China)/HONG KONG:
“Now the growth driver has production. trading, storage and logistics, as ing out excess capacity in bloated Xiaopeng Motors, the Chinese
changed to the military busi- Sinochem has chosen BOC In- well as distribution and retail busi- sectors, but wants to avoid any risk car start-up that’s backed by Alib-
ness.” — Bloomberg ternational, CLSA and Morgan nesses, but not its struggling up- of mass lay-offs or a blow to eco- aba Group Holding Ltd and Fox-
Stanley as joint sponsors of the stream business — mostly overseas nomic growth. — Reuters conn Technology Group, plans to
raise more than 10 billion yuan
(RM6.2 billion or US$1.6 billion)
this year in a bid to take on rivals
HSBC to expand further in China, cut red tape under new team in the world’s biggest market for
electric vehicles (EVs).
The company plans to start
BY L AW REN C E WHI T E The presentation, meanwhile, of- pre-sales of its first model, the
fered the first sign for investors that G3 crossover, by the end of this
LONDON: HSBC will seek to cut the bank’s new chief executive officer month, founder He Xiaopeng
internal bureaucracy and expand (CEO) John Flint will double down said in an interview at the Boao
investment in China’s southern re- on HSBC’s “pivot” to Asia and China Forum in China. He didn’t elab-
gion to the rest of the country, exec- in particular, despite some setbacks orate on the fundraising plans.
utives at the bank said on Monday, in the plan launched in June 2015. Xiaopeng is among start-ups
in the first hints of the strategy to be The presentation gives the clear- striving to become China’s Tesla
pursued by its new leadership duo. est indication yet that HSBC’s new Inc and reshape the auto indus-
Mark Tucker, the bank’s first ex- management team will intensi- try as the Asian country pro-
ternally appointed chairman, told fy its focus on China, betting on motes new-EVs in an effort to
analysts and investors at a meeting in the country’s economic growth to clean up the environment and
Hong Kong that trimming the bank’s bolster profits that have sagged in cut its reliance on oil imports.
bloated governance structure was recent years amid low global inter- Already the biggest EV market,
one of his top priorities. Tucker, who est rates, restructuring costs and China accounted for more than
took over as chairman last October, ever-tighter regulation. half of worldwide sales last year.
has already cut the lender’s board Tucker said investors would get Sales of all vehicles grew at a
from over 20 people down to 14 and a fuller picture of Flint’s new strat- monthly clip of more than 20%
plans to slash more committees and egy before the bank announces its in 2016 and 2017, according to
processes, according to analysts pres- first-half results in July, analysts at A filepic of HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong’s financial central district. Photo by Reuters data from the China Passenger
ent at the meeting. the meeting reported. — Reuters Car Association. — Bloomberg
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American companies in With Europe


divided, Italy’s
politics could tip
China have ‘much at stake’ the balance
FROM PAGE 15
parties mostly shun the new in-
surgent parties, viewing them as
populist, irresponsible, oppor-
A Washington victory in latest trade dispute could be a boost to US-based MNCs tunistic, and dishonest.
Such is the view in Italy on the
part of the Democrats, with key
BY E V E LYN CH EN G to contain this rise and prevent announcements for new Chinese politicians rejecting a coalition
China from dominating key sec- transactions in the US fell by near- with M5S.
NEW YORK: If the Trump adminis- tors going forward,” Paul Triolo, ly 90% in 2017, and the value of
tration wins some concessions from practice head for geotechnology completed deals dropped by more Understandable
China in the latest trade dispute, it at consulting firm Eurasia Group, than a third to US$29 billion, one That is understandable: the up-
could be a boost to US-based mul- said in an email. of the reports showed. The sharp- starts thoroughly defeated the
tinational corporations (MNCs). “Hence the investment action ness of the decline was mostly the Democrats at the polls, often
“The upside could be big be- will be a critical piece of this,” he result of record-high Chinese in- with outsize populist promises.
cause business as usual wasn’t get- said. vestment in the US in 2016 and Bei- Yet the social democrats have
ting the job done in opening up US companies invested US$14 jing’s crackdown on capital flight. been flaccid and even silent in
the market in China,” said Daniel spond with its own list, and Presi- billion in China last year, an in- The Trump administration has also the face of Schäuble-style aus-
Rosen, founder and China director dent Donald Trump subsequently crease of about US$200,000 from significantly increased its scrutiny terity and irresponsible US-led
of research and consulting firm announced he asked the US Trade 2016, bringing cumulative invest- on Chinese deals, citing national wars.
Rhodium Group. Representative to consider US$100 ment in the country to US$256 bil- security issues. The traditional social-demo-
Last week, the Trump admin- billion in additional tariffs against lion, according to one of two studies Back in China, US companies cratic parties will have to regain
istration proposed 25% tariffs on China. released yesterday by the National still face many challenges. — CNBC their dynamism and appetite for
US$50 billion (RM193.5 billion) “It is really not so much about Committee on US-China Relations risk-taking to win again at the
worth of roughly 1,300 Chinese trade as about China’s rise as a and Rhodium Group. polls as true progressive parties.
imports. Beijing was quick to re- technology power and US efforts On the other hand, the value of For more, visit www.cnbc.com The stakes in Italy are high.
With Europe politically and ge-
ographically divided, Italy’s pol-
itics could tip the balance.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg contrite A pro-EU Italy governed by an


M5S-Democrat coalition could
join with France and Germany

ahead of grilling in Congress to reform the EU; regain a clear


foreign-policy voice for EU vis-
à-vis the US, Russia, and China;
and implement a strategy for
WASHINGTON: Facebook chief green, innovation-based growth.
executive officer (CEO) Mark Zuck- To forge such a coalition, the
erberg placed the blame for privacy M5S would have to adopt a re-
and security lapses at the world’s sponsible and clearly defined
Cook: We’re committed to leaving largest social network squarely on economic programme, and the
the world better than we found it. himself as he girded for appearanc- Democrats would have to accept
Photo by Reuters es this week on Capitol Hill before being the junior partner of an
angry lawmakers. untested insurgent force.
Apple turns In prepared remarks released by
a congressional panel, Zuckerberg
A possible key to mutual con-
fidence would be for the Demo-
green, claiming admitted he was too idealistic and
failed to grasp how the platform —
crats to hold the crucial finance
ministry, while M5S appoints the
‘100% clean used by two billion people — could prime minister.

energy’
be abused and manipulated. It is not surprising that US
The 33-year-old was to testi- President Donald Trump’s ut-
fy before senators yesterday and terly reckless former adviser, Ste-
SAN FRANCISCO: Apple said House lawmakers today amid a Zuckerberg (left) and Besmehn leaving US Senator Bill Nelson’s office on Capitol phen Bannon, rushed to Italy to
on Monday it had achieved a firestorm over the hijacking of data Hill in Washington DC on Monday. Facebook CEO is due to testify before US House of encourage M5S and the League
goal of “100% clean energy” for on millions of Facebook users by Representatives lawmakers today. Photo by AFP to form a coalition that he called
its facilities around the world. the British firm Cambridge Ana- the “ultimate dream,” because it
The California tech giant lytica, which worked with Donald would break the EU.
said its retail stores, offices, Trump’s campaign. said in his written testimony re- to prevent these tools from being That by itself should remind
data centres, and co-located O n Mo n d ay , Zu c k e r b e r g leased by the House commerce used for harm as well. That goes for Italians of the importance of a
facilities in 43 countries were ditched his trademark T-shirt committee. fake news, foreign interference in pro-EU coalition that rejects
operating with non-polluting for a suit and tie as he made the “I started Facebook, I run it, and elections, and hate speech, as well such miserable nightmares. —
or renewable energy. rounds on Capitol Hill with his I’m responsible for what happens as developers and data privacy.” Project Syndicate
Nine additional manufactur- assistant Andrea Besmehn for here.” Zuckerberg said he had called
ing partners have committed private meetings with lawmakers In his written remarks, Zucker- for more investments in security
to powering all of their Apple ahead of the hearings — a key test berg called Facebook “an idealis- that would “significantly impact Jeffrey D Sachs, university pro-
production with clean energy, for the Facebook founder. tic and optimistic company” and our profitability going forward”, fessor at Columbia University, is
bringing the total number of “We didn’t take a broad enough said: “We focused on all the good adding: “I want to be clear about director of Columbia’s Center for
supplier commitments to 23. view of our responsibility, and that that connecting people can bring.” what our priority is: protecting our Sustainable Development and
“We’re committed to leaving was a big mistake. It was my mis- But he acknowledged that “it’s community is more important than the UN Sustainable Develop-
the world better than we found take, and I’m sorry,” Zuckerberg clear now that we didn’t do enough maximising our profit.” — AFP ment Solutions Network.
it,” Apple chief executive officer
Tim Cook said in a statement.
“After years of hard work,
we’re proud to have reached
this significant milestone. Nafta deal ‘fairly close’ but US withdrawal ‘still possible’
“We’re going to keep push-
ing the boundaries of what is WASHINGTON: US President Don- tions a deal could be unveiled later make the right deal after that.” tionalism and has called Nafta a “dis-
possible with the materials in ald Trump said on Monday negoti- this week when representatives of Trump’s repeated threats to exit aster” that has destroyed US jobs.
our products, the way we recy- ators were “fairly close” to resolving the US, Canada, and Mexico attend Nafta have unnerved US industry Canadian and Mexican officials
cle them, our facilities and our their differences over the future of the Summit of the Americas in Peru. and members of his fellow Repub- have balked at American demands
work with suppliers to establish the North American Free Trade “We’ve made tremendous pro- lican Party who say the 24-year-old to raise US content requirements
new creative and forward-look- Agreement (Nafta) but an outright gress. We’re fairly close on Nafta,” trade pact has benefited American in auto-manufacturing, scrap a dis-
ing sources of renewable ener- US withdrawal was still possible. Trump said at the White House. industry and agriculture. pute resolution mechanism, and
gy because we know the future Officials in Washington and Mex- “If we don’t make the right But Trump rose to the White put a five-year “sunset” clause on
depends on it.” — AFP ico City have played down expecta- deal, we’ll terminate Nafta and House on a tide of economic na- the trade agreement. — AFP
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LVMH sets upbeat tone for luxury brands IN BRIEF

Global debt jumped to


BY RO B ERT W I L L I A MS record US$237 trillion
LVMH chairman and chief executive in final quarter last year
PARIS: LVMH set an upbeat tone officer Bernard Arnault speaking in WASHINGTON: Global debt
for the luxury industry, plough- Paris on Monday. Photo by Bloomberg rose to a record US$237 tril-
ing ahead with double-digit sales lion (RM917.19 trillion) in the
growth that beat analysts’ esti- said Rogerio Fujimori, an ana- fourth quarter of 2017 (4Q17),
mates for the start of the year. lyst at RBC Europe who rates the more than US$70 trillion higher
First-quarter sales rose 13% on shares the equivalent of buy, in a from a decade earlier, accord-
an organic basis, the Paris-based note to clients. ing to an analysis by the Insti-
owner of Sephora and Christian The company saw an organic tute of International Finance
Dior said on Monday after Paris growth of 10% or greater in cat- (IIF). Among mature markets,
markets closed. Analysts had esti- egories such as spirits, fashion household debt as a percent-
mated 8.5%, projecting growth to goods, cosmetics and jewellery. age of gross domestic prod-
taper off after a 12% jump last year. The strong results across all divi- uct (GDP) hit all-time highs
Prosperous Chinese consum- sions show that sales momentum in Belgium, Canada, France,
ers have been stocking up on for LVMH’s key brands remains Luxembourg, Norway, Swe-
LVMH’s Louis Vuitton handbags intact, said John Guy, an analyst den and Switzerland. That’s a
and Givenchy make-up, powering at MainFirst, who raised his rating worrying signal, with interest
record sales last year for the com- on the stock to “outperform” from rates beginning to rise globally.
pany with the highest market val- “neutral” after the results. Ireland and Italy are the only
ue in France. Gucci owner Kering piled by Bloomberg, the strong trading yesterday. Kering shares With more than 4,000 stores major countries where house-
SA and Birkin-bag maker Hermes sales show that demand for luxury jumped as much as 7.5% to €447. from Paris’s Avenue Montaigne to hold debt as a percentage of
International benefited too. While products remains high. “This is a remarkable start to the Los Angeles’ Rodeo Drive, LVMH GDP is below 50%. Still, the
China’s economic growth is ex- LVMH shares rose as much as year for LVMH, with broad-based is getting a boost from a rising Chi- ratio of global debt-to-GDP fell
pected to slow to 6.5% in 2018, 5.7%, the most since October 2016, market share gains in a buoyant nese middle class that is travelling for the fifth consecutive quar-
according to forecast data com- to €277.25 (RM1,323) in early Paris environment for luxury goods,” more than ever. — Bloomberg ter as the world’s economic
growth accelerated. The ratio is
now around 317.8% of GDP, or

Glencore cancels
four percentage points below
Ubisoft aims the high in 3Q16, according to
the IIF. — Bloomberg
to rack up five Air France says seven
billion players days of strikes estimated
with Tencent deal
Rusal share swap
to cost it €170m
PARIS: Air France said yester-
day that seven day-long strikes
BY LUC I E G O DEAU since February by workers de-
manding higher pay are set to
MONTREUIL (France): Fresh cost it €170 million (RM811.42
from winning a long corporate million). “The impact on Air
battle, French video game pow- France operating income of the
erhouse Ubisoft is aiming for a CEO Glasenberg resigns from the Russian firm’s board seven days of strike between
10-fold surge in its global playing Feb 22 and April 11, 2018 is es-
audience after securing a partner- timated around €170 million,”
ship with Chinese Internet giant BY W ILL KENNEDY ket, the Swiss-based commodities overdone. In a worst-case scenario, the group said. The estimate
Tencent. giant said in a statement yesterday forgoing the aluminium deal with was contained in a statement
“Within 10 years, Ubisoft wants LONDON: Glencore plc, the world’s that it’s evaluating other contracts Rusal would see Glencore lose less on the passenger numbers of
to reach five billion players” who largest commodities trader, started with Rusal. The trader has a mul- than 1% of the company’s likely 2018 Air France-KLM, which said
have taken up the challenge of at to loosen ties with Russian alumini- ti-year deal to buy Rusal’s metal, an earnings, he said in a note yester- they had increased by 5.4% in
least one of its games, compared um tycoon Oleg Deripaska after the arrangement that was worth US$2.4 day. Even if Glencore was forced to March. The walkouts were set to
with the 500 million it has now, US imposed harsh sanctions against billion in 2017. write down the value of the Rusal continue yesterday and today,
chief executive Yves Guillemot his business empire. “Glencore is still evaluating the stake to zero, it accounts for 1.3% of for a total of seven days since
told AFP in an interview. Glencore won’t proceed with a position under its contracts with the company’s market cap, he said. the strikes began in February.
Speaking at the company’s of- plan to swap its 8.75% stake in alu- Rusal, but notes that these contracts “We think the market overreact- In another statement, Air France
fices in Montreuil, just east of Par- minium producer United Co Rusal are not financially material to Glen- ed,” Gait said. said one flight out of four would
is, Guillemot made no secret of for shares in another one of Der- core,” it said in the statement. Glencore shares rallied as much be cancelled yesterday, as the
savouring his victory against Vin- ipaska’s companies, London-list- Shares in Glencore fell on Mon- as 4.6% in London yesterday. operator urged customers with
cent Bollore, the French chairman ed En+ Group plc. Glencore chief day because of concern that the Glencore’s interest in Rusal goes reservations for the day to post-
of Vivendi who has a long history executive officer Ivan Glasenberg fallout from Washington’s decision back to at least 2007, when Deri- pone their trips. — AFP
of corporate raiding. (CEO) has also resigned from Rus- to target Deripaska would spill over paska and fellow billionaire Viktor
In 2015, Vivendi began acquir- al’s board. into Glencore’s aluminium business. Vekselberg, who was also sanctioned Bankers go on trial
ing shares in the publisher of hit In an indication that the sanc- Paul Gait, a mining analyst at last Friday, merged their companies in London over
titles like Assassin’s Creed and Far tions will continue to reverberate Sanford C Bernstein & Co in Lon- with Glencore’s alumina plants. — Euribor-rigging
Cry, threatening the Guillemot through the global commodity mar- don, said the worries were probably Bloomberg LONDON: The first trial for the
family’s control of Ubisoft since rigging of the Euribor lend-
they no longer owned a major- ing rate, which has forced ma-
ity stake.
But last month, Vivendi bowed Bitcoin a ‘disease’ in Barclays model; BofA sees it popping jor banks to pay out billions,
got under way in London on
out, selling its 27.3% stake in a €2 Monday. Five defendants will
billion (RM9.54 billion) deal that BY ERIC LAM ents yesterday: “As more of the pop- scribed as “the point at which a face trial over accusations they
saw Tencent, a digital giant whose ulation become asset holders, the sufficient portion of the population manipulated the Euribor, the
market value rivals that of Face- HONG KONG: Is the rise of bitcoin share of the population available to becomes immune such that there rate at which European banks
book, come in. analogous to the spread of an infec- become new buyers — the potential are no more secondary infections”. lend to each other. The accused
“As soon as they expressed their tious disease? “host” population — falls, while the Meanwhile, Bank of America are a former Deutsche Bank
desire to leave, we brought them a Analysts at Barclays plc saw share of the population that are po- Corp (BofA) said bitcoin, the great- employee, Achim Kraemer,
solution, with partners who want- enough similarities to develop a tential sellers (recoveries) increases. est bubble in history, is popping. and four former employees at
ed a stake,” explained Guillemot, pricing model for the cryptocur- Eventually, this leads to a plateau- The cryptocurrency is tracking Barclays: Colin Bermingham,
who nonetheless said the battle rency that takes its cues from the ing of prices, and progressively, as the downfalls of the other massive Philippe Moryoussef, Carlo Pal-
with Vivendi had an upside. world of epidemiology. Their diag- random shocks to the larger sup- asset-price bubbles in history less ombo and Sisse Bohart. An ex-
“With our strategy for creating nosis: bitcoin has probably peaked. ply population push up the ratio than one year out from its record, Deutsche Bank trader, Chris-
value, we proved that we didn’t The Barclays model divides the of sellers to buyers, prices begin to analysts led by chief investment tian Bittar, has already pleaded
need anyone, and that they were pool of potential bitcoin investors fall. That induces speculative sell- strategist Michael Hartnett wrote guilty and will not stand trial
not going to bring any added val- into three groups: susceptible, in- ing pressure as price declines are in a note on Sunday. according to Britain’s Serious
ue,” he said. fected and immune. It assumes that projected forward exponentially.” The cryptocurrency has fallen Fraud Office. The Euribor scan-
When the deal was signed, as prices rise, “infections” spread by A similar dynamic plays out more than 65% since peaking in De- dal came out at the same time
“there were some nice parties word-of-mouth. Barclays analysts with infectious diseases when the cember at US$19,511 (RM75,508). as that of rigging of the Libor,
here”, Guillemot said, though he led by Joseph Abate in New York so-called immunity threshold is Bitcoin rose 2.2% to US$6,750 on the Euribor’s equivalent in Brit-
was in the US at the time. — AFP explained the rest in a note to cli- reached, which the analysts de- Monday. — Bloomberg ain, in 2012. — AFP
20 WORLD WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Trump vows quick action in Syria


Potential military response to suspected chemical attack has been suggested while China warns against it
BY STEV E HOLLAND Trump told a meeting with mil- at least 60 people, with more than US offi cials told Reuters that
& M ICHELLE NICHO LS itary leaders and national securi- 1,000 injured at several sites in Washington was weighing a mul-
ty advisers that he would make a Douma, a city near the capital, tinational military response.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK: US decision by Monday night “or very Damascus, according to a Syrian Meanwhile, China warned yes-
President Donald Trump on Mon- shortly thereafter” on a response, aid organisation. terday against military action in
day promised quick, forceful action adding that the US had “a lot of Initial US assessments have Syria after Trump vowed to re-
in response to a deadly suspected options militarily” on Syria. been unable to determine conclu- spond “forcefully” to the latest
chemical weapons attack in Syria, “But we can’t let atrocities like sively what materials were used in alleged chemical atrocity in the
appearing to suggest a potential we all witnessed... we can’t let the attack and could not say with country’s bloody civil war.
military response. that happen in our world... es- certainty that Syrian President The Syrian regime and its
pecially when we’re able to be- Bashar al-Assad’s government ally Russia have rejected claims
cause of the power of the US, the forces were behind it. of a chemical attack, with Pres-
Trump said that Washington was power of our country, we’re able Trump said, however, that ident Vladimir Putin warning
“getting more clarity” on who was to stop it.” Washington was “getting more against any “provocation and
responsible for the attack. Photo The suspected chemical weap- clarity” on who was responsible speculation on this matter”. —
by Reuters ons attack late on Saturday killed for the attack. Reuters/AFP

Hong Kong civic IN BRIEF


groups demand
Poisoned daughter of
UN action on Russian spy leaves hospital
eroding freedoms LONDON: The daughter of
a Russian former double
agent poisoned in the UK last
HONG KONG: More than 40 month has been discharged
civil groups in Hong Kong ap- from hospital. Yulia Skripal,
pealed to the UN yesterday, 33, was found collapsed on a
demanding action to protect bench in Salisbury alongside
rapidly disappearing freedoms her father — Sergei Skripal —
as Beijing increasingly tight- after being exposed to a nerve
ens its grip on the freewheel- agent in an incident the Brit-
ing city. ish government blamed on
The coalition cited increas- Russia. Both patients have “re-
ing self-censorship, declining sponded exceptionally well”
press freedom and the disqual- to treatment, and doctors
ification of election candidates hope Sergei Skripal will also
based on their political beliefs be able to leave the hospital
as key examples of Hong Kong’s “in due course”, said Christine
deteriorating conditions. Blanshard, medical director
“The situation of human A resident searching among the rubble of her destroyed house as she tries to salvage belongings during a visit to the main battle area at Salisbury District Hospital.
rights has been eroding day by in Marawi City on April 1. Photo by AFP — Bloomberg
day,” the coalition’s spokesperson
Simon Henderson said yesterday. North Korea minister calls
for closer Russia ties

Duterte banking on China ties


The report, submitted to the
UN for an upcoming review of MOSCOW: North Korea’s for-
China’s rights record, includes eign minister, on a visit to

to repair war-torn city


100 suggestions for the Hong Moscow, said yesterday that
Kong government, such as enact- the situation on the Korean
ing laws to protect every person’s peninsula and world events
right to stand in elections regard- showed that his countr y
less of their political stance. and Russia needed to forge
The submission bills itself “as BY DITAS LOP EZ President Rodrigo Duterte’s gov- The Philippines has shifted to- stronger ties. “The current
a road map of specific, meas- & ANDR EO CALONZO ernment initially chose a group led ward China under Duterte, and situation on the Korean
urable and achievable recom- by China State Construction Engi- officials from both countries have peninsula and around your
mendations for Hong Kong to MANILA: China will have a chance neering Corp (CSCEC) to help in been discussing boosting trade and country, and the overall in-
abide by its human rights com- to showcase warmer ties with the the 72-billion-peso (RM5.4 billion) investment while setting aside ter- ternational political situation
mitments and restore its inter- Philippines if it wins a contract to effort to rehabilitate the city. Among ritorial disagreements. Duterte, require our two countries to
national standing,” Henderson rebuild a city ravaged by Islamic the five groups that submitted un- who is in Hainan province for the further strengthen friend-
said in a statement. State-inspired terrorists last year, solicited bids, four are Chinese and Boao Forum for Asia this week, is ly cooperation, to increase
China is scheduled for the a cabinet member said. one is Malaysian. scheduled to meet with Chinese our strategic communica-
next so-called Universal Peri- The contract for rebuilding “It will be a status symbol for President Xi Jinping. tion and coordination of ac-
odic Review of its human rights Marawi, the country’s only Mus- China if they get this project,” Hous- The world’s biggest construc- tion between our countries,”
record in November, which re- lim-majority city, is expected to ing Secretary Eduardo del Rosario tion and engineering firm, CSCEC, Ri Yong-ho told reporters.
quires member states of the be finalised by the end of May, as said, citing the warming relations offered to rebuild roads, schools, — Reuters
UN Human Rights Council to the two nations seek to improve between the two countries. “They public buildings and utilities in
give recommendations to the relations strained by a territorial would like to showcase to the Phil- the most damaged part of the city 112-year-old Japanese
country. — AFP dispute in the South China Sea. ippines that they are here to help.” for 17 billion pesos. — Bloomberg man world’s oldest male
ASHORO: A 112-year-old Jap-
anese man born months be-
fore Albert Einstein published
Vanuatu and China deny holding military base talks his theory of special relativity
was recognised yesterday as
SYDNEY: Vanuatu and China yes- reported that preliminary discus- Vanuatu’s foreign minister, Ralph Australian Broadcasting Corp. the world’s oldest man. Masa-
terday denied a media report that sions to locate a full military base Regenvanu, rejected the report, In Beijing, China’s defence zo Nonaka, born on July 25,
Beijing wanted to establish a per- on Vanuatu had been held. however. ministry said the Fairfax report 1905, took the title after Fran-
manent military presence in the The prospect of a Chinese military “No one in the Vanuatu gov- “completely did not accord with cisco Nunez Olivera of Spain
Pacific island nation. outpost so close to Australia has been ernment has ever talked about a the facts”, while a foreign ministry died this year at the age of 113,
Australia’s Fairfax Media, citing discussed at the highest levels in Can- Chinese military base in Vanuatu spokesman described it as “fake Guinness World Records said.
unnamed sources, earlier yesterday berra and Washington, Fairfax said. of any sort,” Regenvanu told the news”. — Reuters — Reuters
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Indonesia seizes alleged ‘slave ship’ wanted by Interpol


JALARTA: Indonesia seized an al- authorities that the stateless STS- Aceh province, had 20 Indonesians, and other documents had been tak- Taufiqoerrochman said.
leged “slave ship” following a dra- 50, a vessel with a notorious mar- two Ukrainians and eight Russians en away as soon as they boarded the The 258-metre (850 foot) long
matic high seas chase sparked by itime rap sheet, would be entering aboard, including the captain, a ship nearly a year ago, the navy said. vessel, which was flying the flag of
an Interpol alert after the vessel the Southeast Asian nation’s waters senior navy official said. “These Indonesians had been tiny African nation Togo, has pre-
escaped capture in China and Mo- with authorities concerned the crew The crew have been detained sailing for 10 months without be- viously flown flags from a string of
zambique, authorities said yes- were being forced to work. and are now being questioned. ing paid so that’s why we suspect countries including Japan, South
terday. The boat, captured last Friday The Indonesian sailors said they there was slavery happening,” Indo- Korea and Mozambique, author-
Interpol tipped off Indonesian some 95km from Weh Island in were not paid and that their passports nesian navy deputy chief Achmad ities said. — AFP

Trump lawyer’s
records seized
FBI raids Cohen’s office, home and hotel room in New York
BY DAVI D VO REACOS, ERI K LARSON will be looking at the source of that five guilty pleas, including from Prince Harry (right) and Markle meeting participants as they attended the UK team
money paid to Stormy Daniels, and Trump’s former national security trials for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at the University of Bath Sports Training
NEW JERSEY/NEW YORK: Michael any other women,” said Mimi Ro- adviser and campaign aides. Village in Bath, southwest England last Friday. Photo by AFP
Cohen, the president’s personal cah, a former federal prosecutor “Just heard that they broke into
attorney, began the week as an in New York. the office of one of my personal at-
embattled fixer who had paid adult
film star Stormy Daniels to keep
The searches were executed by
FBI agents after Special Counsel
torneys,” Trump said. “Good man.
And it’s a disgraceful situation; it’s
Charity’s joy at Harry’s wedding gesture
silent about her claims of having Robert Mueller referred the case a total witch hunt; I’ve been saying
had sex with Donald Trump more to New York federal prosecutors, it for a long time.” MUMBAI: An Indian charity cham- taboos surrounding menstruation
than a decade ago. according to Stephen Ryan, Co- The raid came after prosecutors pioning menstrual hygiene is over in the conservative Asian country.
By the end of the day on Mon- hen’s lawyer. Ryan called the raids in the Southern District of New York the moon at being chosen as one of The British prince and the US
day, Cohen faced an ominous fu- “completely inappropriate and un- convinced the judge they had prob- seven organisations to benefit from actress this week asked people who
ture after the FBI raided his office, necessary” and said they led to the able cause that evidence of crimes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s want to mark their nuptials next
home and hotel room in New York “unnecessary seizure” of docu- existed at the locations. Manhattan wedding, its head said yesterday. month to donate to charity rather
as part of an investigation into pos- ments protected by attorney-cli- US Attorney Geoffrey Berman was The Myna Mahila Foundation than sending wedding gifts.
sible financial crimes. ent privilege. A federal magistrate appointed by Trump. helps disadvantaged women from The organisation, which Mar-
Cohen is under investigation for judge had to approve the warrants “Even if their primary focus is Mumbai slums access cheap san- kle visited last year, was founded
bank fraud, wire fraud and cam- used by the FBI. the payment that was made to itary pads and campaigns to end in 2015. — AFP
paign finance violations, the Wash- At the White House, Trump lam- Stormy Daniels, they’re going to
ington Post reported. Agents seized basted the aggressive move, which be interested in more than that
records related to the US$130,000 appears to open a new investigative for purposes of a search warrant,”
Cohen paid Daniels, took his com-
puter, phone and personal financial
avenue. Mueller is already examin-
ing Russian collusion in the 2016
said Lee Vartan, a former federal
prosecutor. “Quite clearly, they’re
Define Alzheimer’s by brain changes,
records from his New York office, election and possible obstruction going to want to see what other not symptoms — experts
the paper said. of justice by Trump. Mueller has payments exist, and other pat-
“I think it’s very likely that they charged 19 people and obtained terns.” — Bloomberg TAMPA (United States): In an ef- In the interim, “a profound shift
fort to speed research toward a in thinking occurred to define
cure for the most common form Alzheimer’s disease biologically,
of dementia, experts urged a new by pathologic brain changes or
framework yesterday to diagnose their biomarkers, and treat cog-
Alzheimer’s disease using biolog- nitive impairment as a symptom/
ical clues, rather than symptoms sign of the disease, rather than its
of memory loss. definition,” said the report.
Alzheimer’s affects some 44 Biomarkers are already widely
million people around the world, used in medicine to diagnose peo-
but remains poorly understood, ple with high blood pressure, dia-
with no effective treatments de- betes and bone density problems.
spite billions of dollars spent on People can now be assessed for
research. signs of Alzheimer’s using imaging
The new approach would test technology and analysis of cere-
for Alzheimer’s based on a few bral spinal fluid samples.
known biomarkers, and recog- The NIA-AA research framework
nise that the disease runs on a proposes three general groups of bi-
spectrum that takes root long be- omarkers that are currently known
fore symptoms appear, sometimes to science, and leaves room for more
even for decades. to be added in the future.
The proposed research frame- The first is beta-amyloid, a nat-
work was published in the April urally occurring protein that ac-
10 edition of Alzheimer’s and cumulates in the brain, forming
Dementia: The Journal of the plaques.
Alzheimer’s Association. The second is a protein called
The approach has been devel- tau, which forms tangles that block
oped in recent years by 20 aca- communication between neurons.
demic, advocacy, government and The third is neurodegenera-
industry experts in dementia re- tion or neuronal injury, which
CHINA’S SMART GLASSES ... Police officers displaying their AI-powered smart glasses in Luoyang, Henan province, China search, convened by the Alzheim- may result from ageing, trauma
on April 3, 2018. At a highway check point on the outskirts of Beijing, local police are this week testing out a new security tool: smart glasses er’s Association and the US Na- or Alzheimer’s disease.
that can pick up facial features and car registration plates, and match them in real-time with a database of suspects. The AI-powered glasses, tional Institute on Aging. Experts cautioned that the
made by LLVision, scan the faces of vehicle occupants and the plates, flagging with a red box and warning sign to the wearer when any match In 2017, international leaders framework is not intended to be
up with a centralised ‘blacklist’. Wu Fei, chief executive of LLVision, said people should not be worried about privacy concerns because China’s convened again to review the latest a guideline for doctors or a check-
authorities were using the equipment for ‘noble causes’, catching suspects from the law. Photo by Reuters advances in the field and update list for diagnosis, but rather a path
guidelines. for researchers to follow. — AFP
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ASSISTANT
CO M PI L ED BY CHA NG YEE ZHW EN

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

BOBO Kuala Lumpur


has added Wednes-
days to their weekly
performing calendar,
bringing a total of four
nights of entertain-
ment every week at
Bobo Kuala Lumpur.
Today, Australia sing-
er-songwriter Gabriel
Lynch will take over
as Bobo Artist-in-Residence throughout the
month of April. Lynch has spent much of the
last decade wowing audience across Asia,
Europe and his home country of Australia with
his brand of indie acoustic originals. Catch the
performance tomorrow from 9pm at Bobo
Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Bangkung, Bangsar. Call A few people have been experimenting throughout the sector with lower alcohol spirits, and no alcohol spirit variants. Not all of them have been well
(03) 20925002 for reservations. received, says Pauley.

GOLDEN NECTAR
GETS A REBOOT
DISCOVER the traditional music of Brittany Pauley’s shelves are packed with herbs, A spokesman for the SWA said there is
(France’s northwestern most region), with Flavoured, low-alcohol spices and flavourings used in experi- no bar to producing new products based
the Bagad de Lann-bihoué, the only military ments with gin — but they are kept well on Scotch whisky but “the marketing of
bagad still playing and a representative of the Scotch? Distilleries test away from the whisky stills. such products must not confuse con-
French Navy. The professional ensemble of The law restricts Scotch ingredients sumers in any way — in particular they
thirty musicians has more than fifteen album whisky’s limits to barley, water and yeast aged in oak must not suggest the product is Scotch
to its name and has toured the world. Join casks, meaning flavoured infusions and whisky when it is not”.
them as they perform their unique repertoire BY MARK M C LAU G HLI N tequila-cask finishes are also likely to at- The SWA said flavoured whiskies are

D
of music with bagpipes, bombardes, drums tract the attention of the litigious Scotch already marketed as liqueurs but must not
and more. They will be performing today at emand for more varie- Whisky Association (SWA). be labelled Scotch, which has a similar
the Pavilion Mall main entrance, from 5pm. ty in Scotch whisky from “Johnnie Walker can’t suddenly make geographical protection to Champagne. 
fast-growing emerging strawberry whisky and send it off to Chi- “One would not add flavouring to
markets and the request na,” said Pauley. Champagne and expect to trade on the
for lower alcohol varieties “The SWA spends a lot of money send- reputation of Champagne by selling it as
among health-conscious ing people around the world collecting such,” the spokesman said.
drinkers are challenging a closely guard- samples of things like random bottles of Murdo Fraser, convener of the Scottish
ed centuries-old tradition. brown liquid with tartan on it, and there Parliament’s cross-party group on Scotch
Drinks giant Diageo, producers of mar- is a whole legal team who go and shut whisky, also urged caution on innovation.
ket leader Johnnie Walker, sent shock that person down.” “My own preference would be that
waves through the industry earlier this He also has bagfuls of an extra-roasted we don’t see any dilution of the Scotch
year when a “highly confidential” docu- barley called “chocolate malt” which has whisky brand, and we therefore need to
ment, leaked to the Wall Street Journal, proved controversial. be careful about going down the route of
revealed potential innovations such as French-owned giant Glenmorangie mar- innovating too quickly,” he said.
flavoured infusions, low-alcohol vari- kets a single malt Scotch called Signet which Patrons in the Roseburn Bar, near Mur-
ants and whisky finished in tequila casks. uses a hint of chocolate malt — but the Eden rayfield rugby stadium in Edinburgh, were
But it is operating within very tight re- Mill craft distillery in St Andrews abandoned divided on the debate between tradition
strictions as British law states Scotch must its own chocolate malt product when the and innovation.
be at least 40% alcohol — which means SWA warned it not to stray too far from the Sipping a dram of Aberlour, stonema-
NOBU, the world’s most recognised Japanese distillers cannot reach out to health-con- traditional Scotch flavour. son Alan McGuire, 53, warned that un-
restaurant, is known for its innovative new scious millennials or tap into the lucrative “It’s the extra flavours that the choc- palatable innovations would “contradict
style of Japanese cuisine. Nobu Kuala Lumpur, Middle Eastern market with lower or zero olate malt will add that the distillers are the whole thing that whisky is”.
the first Nobu restaurant in Southeast Asia, alcohol Scotch. looking for and that the SWA has issue “It’s a beautiful drink that has been laid
will feature a new, decadent dessert menu “There is a lot of interest in lower alco- with,” said Pauley. down for years, and to add something like
for the month of April. The menu features a hol spirit drinks across the spirit sector to “The different roasts will potentially ginger, or lemon or raspberry or something
bold and innovative blend of flavours, with do with things like the Dry January craze add different flavours so that is what is to it would just kill the brand,” he added.
items such as Earl Grey Whip Ganash, Vanilla and minimum pricing of alcohol,” Mat- being investigated, researched and has But nurse Christopher Gauld, 35, said
Parfait with Shiso Watermelon Kakigori and thew Pauley, an assistant professor at He- come into some controversy. he is “a big believer in change”, as he sam-
the highly anticipated return of 2018’s version riot-Watt University’s International Cen- “Some of the easy wins have been won, pled a trendy looking Islay malt called
of the Easter Egg, made with Hazelnut sponge, tre for Brewing and Distilling, told AFP. so people naturally start to look at some The Classic Laddie.
Tofu mousse and Butterscotch sauce. Pricing “A few people have been experimenting of the more left-field suggestions and line “The whisky we have today wouldn’t
starts at RM48++, and to make a reservation, throughout the sector with lower alcohol extensions, and we get back to the issue be the way it is if people didn’t try things
please call (03) 21645084. spirits, and no alcohol spirit variants. Not of how you make a line extension without in the past so I’m open to experiments,”
all of them have been well received.” harming the core brand.” he said. — AFP
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Porsche’s 911 GT3 will attract


all the attention you can handle
THE face of the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 family. At US$143,600 (RM555,732), it’s got
looks like mine today, after I got a ticket more punch than the US$102,100 Porsche
on the way to work: It’s a look that can 911 Carrera T — a sleek, sophisticated,
shoot daggers. daily driver — but it’s not as ravenous as
The rest of the car follows suit, which the US$187,500 911 GT3 RS, the boy-rac-
explains why it attracted the New York er, track-hungry, reptilian culmination
Police Department’s attention in the first of the GT3 line. It’s a thinking man’s car,
place. Ovoid bi-Xenon headlights frame even more so if you buy the grand tour-
the black grille like floodlights. A car- ing package on top, but that’s a review for
bon-fibre splitter flanks the front like a another day.
shield. Fighter-jet-worthy air intakes over This year’s version contains a six-cylin-
the rear engine, and a carbon wing cut der engine significantly updated from the
like a blade, demand that other vehicles one found previously in the GT3 RS and has
“Move. Now”. the same six-speed manual transmission
Its steel-rod-stiff suspension sits as close as the super-rare 911 R. (That one started
to the ground as fog; credit its birth at Por- life costing US$185,950 but goes for nearly The all-new 911 GT3 is the unicorn in the Porsche line-up. Photos by Bloomberg
sche Racing, which bestowed upon arrival half-a-million dollars on the open market,
the adjustable camber, ride height, and if you can find one.)
sway bar settings that keep it clamped to
the road. The car is so secure under high The finer points
speed, so clocked into every input from Inside, it’s structured the same as every
every finger, that it’s tempting to try to take
other modern 911. However, unlike in the
it up the side of a wall and drive sideways. GT3 RS, there is no roll-bar here. There
Driving it feels like you probably could. aren’t “seats”, per se, in the back, either.
So, yeah, the car catches some rather Rather, Porsche has removed the alcan-
unnecessary attention. Especially when tara rear seating and all its accoutrements
you have engaged the button on the centre to lighten the car. It weighs a lithe 1,413kg
console that reads “Engine Note Enhance”. — less than, say, the standard 911 Carrera
However, it’s all worth it. I still want to
line, among others. The weight also helps
drive this sucker down to the last thread maximise the 20% increase in downforce
and then blow it away like the white puff over the previous generation GT3.
of a dead dandelion. Porsche tried to get In place of the missing seats are two
the car back from me a few times last week seat-shaped cut-out ledges and a table-like
on account of a snow-forecast and sum- expanse behind them. The area could
mer-tyre combination — never great, but probably house a dinner chair, if you
I wrangled it back. You can pry this one pushed it. Changing the air conditioning
The rear seats have been removed to reduce weight, though there is enough space in the back to fit an
from my cold dead heads (or when I hand or adjusting the volume on the stereo uses
adult for short periods . (This is probably not, technically, legal).
it back on April 17, according to schedule). real-life buttons, and not glitch-laden
I don’t mean to be rude. It’s just the all-
touchscreens. The bluetooth and nav-
new 911 GT3, which we haven’t seen for igation are also some of the most intu-
three years, is the unicorn in the Porsche itive I’ve seen in any car. There are just
line-up: It’s the only one in the group that is
enough nods to modern reality’s needs
naturally aspirated, rather than turbo-ised; — universal serial bus, and a cup holder
has a manual transmission option at no or two — to make the GT3 feel far more
additional cost; and, oh yeah, has real comfortable and fun to inhabit than cars
room in the back for a passenger. that can cost twice as much.
So, yes, we are happy. After all, we had
Crown jewel commandeered a mythical beast of a
Even though the GT3 follows the same car. At that point, not even a stop by New
general roofline of its 911 namesake, it York’s Finest could have gotten us down.
fits in a very specific place in the Porsche — Bloomberg

Top track speed is 318kph with manual transmission, or 317kph with the PDK paddle shifting system.

It’s got more punch than the Porsche 911 Carrera T — a sleek, sophisticated, daily driver — but it’s not as ravenous as the 911 GT3 RS.
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Samsung denies
Olympics bid
corruption
CDM not pushing IN BRIEF

Fifa reportedly
receives US$25b bid for

panic button yet


two tournaments
allegations SINGAPORE: A “mystery con-
sortium” of investors from the
Middle East and Asia have made
SEOUL: South Korean tech a US$25 billion (RM96.75 bil-
giant Samsung yesterday de- lion) bid to Fifa for control over
nied allegations it illegally two tournaments, the New York
lobbied International Olym- Times reported on Monday. Cit-
pic Committee members to We still have a chance in diving and lawn bowls, says Huang ing multiple sources with direct
vote for Pyeongchang to host knowledge of the matter, the
the 2018 Winter Olympics Times reported that the infor-
over the German and French GOLD COAST: Malaysia’s chef-de- mation was presented by Fifa
cities of Munich and Annecy. mission (CDM) at the 2018 Com- president Gianni Infantino at a
Corruption allegations monwealth Games, Huang Ying meeting with the Fifa Council
surrounding Pyeongchang’s How, said he was not in panic mode in Bogota, Colombia, in March.
successful Olympic bid have over the currently sub-par achieve- According to CNBC, the bid was
seen Samsung accused of of- ment by the national contingent, for the rights to “an expanded
fering various incentives in which has only managed to pick up version of Fifa’s Club World Cup
return for votes. two gold, a silver, and two bronze as well as the rights to a pro-
South Korean broadcaster medals, and ranked 12th overall. posed global league for national
SBS TV said it had obtained The country is looking to finish teams,” the Times said.
copies of 137 emails including among the top 10, with at least seven
messages between Samsung gold medals to exceed the achieve- Rosberg joins corridors
executives and Papa Massata ment of six gold medals during the of power with Formula E
Diack — the scandal-tainted 2014 edition in Glasgow, Scotland. investment
son of former Internation- So far, Malaysia has lost two “tra- LONDON: Retired 2016 Formu-
al Association of Athletics ditional” gold medals, namely in the Malaysia’s mixed badminton team won only silver after losing to India with a score of la One world champion Nico
Federations (IAAF) president mixed badminton event when the 1-3 at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Monday. Photo by Bernama Rosberg has become a share-
Lamine Diack. national squad lost to India in the holder and long-term investor
According to SBS, the mails final, and in squash, where Datuk in Formula E, the all-electric
included one listing 27 IOC Nicol David failed to defend her gold ily an unsatisfactory performance. athletes will try to win medals for the series said yesterday. The Mo-
members with voting rights in the singles event. “Although India won this evening, Malaysian contingent,” he added. naco-based German will also
to choose a host country and “No [I’m not panicking]. We are we still have five events, and the op- So far, the country’s cycling give next season’s new Gen2 car
another suggesting Papa Di- still in the middle of the journey, portunity to get two or three med- squad has ended their challenge it’s first public demonstration
ack had promised to convince and I previously said that there are als. And my hope is definitely gold and returned home empty-handed, run at the Berlin ePrix on May
each one to vote for Pyeong- two teams [to watch out for], name- in badminton. when in Glasgow, they had earned a 19, round nine of the champi-
chang. ly England and India, and tonight “We still have a chance in diving bronze through Mohd Azizulhasni onship. “Since my retirement,
There was also one alleg- (Monday night) India have beaten and lawn bowls ... as well as squash, Awang in the keirin event. — Ber- I’ve become very interested in
edly marked “strictly confi- Malaysia, and this is not necessar- which is still in progress. The national nama the e-mobility movement and
dential” from 2010 in which its potential to positively impact
Papa Diack requested US$12 our society and our planet,” the
million in funds — including 32-year-old said in a Formula E
a three-year, US$9.5 million
sponsorship for the Diamond
League, an annual series of
Injury halts Daley hat-trick bid statement. — Reuters
Chalmers swims to give
elite athletics meetings run Australia final title
by the IAAF. GOLD COAST: World champion Tom event alongside Dan.” GOLD COAST: Kyle Chalmers
“Samsung has never en- Daley said he was “devastated” yester- British Swimming said Daley, who produced a blistering final free-
gaged in any illegal lobby- day as he withdrew from the 10m plat- had hip surgery last year, had with- style leg as Australia regained the
ing activities to have Pyeo- form diving at the Commonwealth drawn due to a “recurring injury”, men’s 4x100m medley relay title
ngchang win the bidding”, Games through injury, ending his adding that the difficult dives required in the final race of the pool at
Samsung said in a press state- bid for a third straight title. in the individual event put too much the Gold Coast Commonwealth
ment, stressing the company’s The 2010 and 2014 gold medallist, strain on his body. Games yesterday. Chalmers had
sponsorship agreement with who will still compete in the synchro- “Due to prior illness and with his trailed England’s Ben Proud for
IAAF was legitimate. nised platform with Dan Goodfellow, hips being the determining factor, almost the entire two lengths of
The emails dated Febru- had a troubled build-up when he some of the dives Tom was due to the pool before he swam down
ary-December 2010 were con- missed weeks of training with con- demonstrate in the individual event the 50m freestyle champion in
fiscated by South Korean pros- cussion. would be too dangerous and impact- the final four strokes to touch
ecutors several months ago “I am truly devastated not to be ful on his body,” the team said. in three minutes, 31.04 seconds.
during a massive graft inves- competing in the individual event. The double Olympic bronze med- England’s Adam Peaty had given
tigation into former South Ko- I have been training so hard for the allist earlier told AFP that he missed his team the lead at the halfway
rean president Park Geun-hye Commonwealth Games, so this is especially when it means they can’t weeks of training through concussion, stage before James Guy held off
and her secret confidante Choi a real disappointment for me,” said compete in what they have been and was only cleared for the Games Australia’s Grant Irvine to hand
Soon-sil, SBS said. — AFP Daley, 23. “The hardest thing for any working towards. I continue train- days before the opening ceremony. over a narrow advantage to
athlete is competing with an injury, ing for the 10m synchronised diving — AFP Proud. — Reuters

Tiger Woods is back. The US$70b golf business? Not so much


BY K I M BH A SI N career. Even then, television net- Woods. When he finished second CBS Sports chairman Sean Mc-
& EB E N NOVY- WI L L I A MS works, sponsors and tournament at the Valspar Championship last Manus said of the Woods effect: “It’s
organisers benefited most from his month, ratings on NBC were 190% as automatic as anything in sports
NEW YORK: In an age of Imax ac- runaway success, according to Jim higher than the previous year. The television.”
tion movies and Ultimate Fight- Koppenhaver, founder of golf con- final round’s overnight ratings beat Not surprisingly, corporations
ing, the leisurely sport of golf fac- sulting firm Pellucid Corp. those of every PGA championship are betting on Woods. In Decem-
es a harsh reality: Its biggest draw To attract a younger generation, since 2014, every US Open since ber 2016, Japan’s Bridgestone Corp
remains a 42-year-old with a bad leaders of the sport have tried six- 2013 and every British Open since signed Woods to a multi-year en-
back. hole courses — and even bigger 2000, according to Sports Media dorsement deal and recently re-
That star, the inimitable Tiger holes. Topgolf, a driving-range fran- Watch. leased a Woods-branded golf ball.
Woods, returned to The Masters chise, is courting newcomers at ven- In January, Woods tied for 23rd When Woods plays, his sponsors
last Thursday. Golf fans — and the ues that resemble high-end bowling at the Farmers Insurance Open, but get much more screen time than
US$70 billion (RM270.9 billion) alleys that feature big-screen TVs the ratings on CBS rose even after those of his competitors, according
industry — are thrilled that he is and serve chicken-and-waffle slid- he left. When the broadcast moved to an analysis by Nielsen. Woods (left) waiting with caddie Joe
now a favourite. ers, sangria and margaritas. to the Golf Channel for coverage of Whatever the limitations of the LaCava during the 2018 Masters
Golf was a healthier, more pop- Imagine the excitement if cus- some of the play-off, it was the net- Tiger effect, investors are driving up Tournament at Augusta National Golf
ular sport during Woods’s early tomers could watch an ascendant work’s most-watched telecast ever. golf-related stocks. — Bloomberg Club on Sunday in Georgia. Photo by AFP
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1.694 0.700 0.830 0.760 2674 ALCOM 0.830 0.080 474.2 0.795 7.52 24.70 111.5
Sectorial Movement 1.070 0.470 0.535 0.510 4758 ANCOM 0.535 0.025 227.2 0.528 6.24 — 117.1
3.980 2.466 3.220 2.950 6556 ANNJOO 3.220 0.320 2699.4 3.165 7.94 5.90 1,759.4
INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG 0.551 0.050 0.065 0.055 9342 ANZO 0.065 0.010 11421.2 0.058 — — 57.3
1.120 0.840 — — 5568 APB 0.880 — — — — 3.41 99.3
KLSE COMPOSITE 1,860.98 11.27 0.61 TECHNOLOGY 33.80 2.39 7.61
4.090 3.300 3.520 3.340 5015 APM 3.520 0.170 8.3 3.347 17.61 4.12 709.6
KLSE INDUSTRIAL 3,229.61 15.50 0.48 FTSE BURSA 100 12,850.07 132.27 1.04 1.185 0.700 0.745 0.710 7214 ARANK 0.745 0.040 1385 0.729 6.30 4.36 89.4
CONSUMER PRODUCT 691.79 5.01 0.73 FTSE BURSA MID 70 15,664.75 347.30 2.27 1.278 0.770 0.850 0.815 7162 ASTINO 0.840 0.025 228.2 0.830 6.67 1.19 230.3
1.185 0.665 0.880 0.840 7099 ATTA 0.850 0.025 92.1 0.851 3.25 9.29 177.1
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT 175.17 3.09 1.80 FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP 14,837.50 614.98 4.32
0.455 0.180 0.200 0.200 7181 ATURMJU 0.200 UNCH 3.9 0.200 — — 12.2
CONSTRUCTION 291.16 14.64 5.29 FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING 17,027.39 511.26 3.10 2.483 1.610 1.800 1.740 8133 BHIC 1.740 -0.060 24.7 1.749 40.85 2.87 432.3
TRADE & SERVICES 229.61 2.11 0.93 FTSE BURSA EMAS 13,045.55 159.75 1.24 0.570 0.280 — — 7005 BIG 0.320 — — — — — 15.4
0.580 0.395 0.435 0.435 7187 BKOON 0.435 UNCH 4 0.435 38.84 — 129.2
KLSE FINANCIAL 18,100.50 103.15 0.57 FTSE BUR M’SIA ACE 5,505.67 350.58 6.80
1.091 0.650 0.680 0.660 0168 BOILERM 0.660 -0.005 135 0.665 16.26 2.27 340.6
KLSE PROPERTY 1,073.19 16.85 1.60 FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH 13,297.69 238.97 1.83 1.830 1.000 1.060 1.060 6297 BOXPAK 1.060 -0.010 11.3 1.060 — — 127.2
KLSE PLANTATION 8,100.99 161.08 2.03 FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH 15,139.88 180.38 1.21 1.531 0.850 0.895 0.890 5100 BPPLAS 0.895 0.010 52.8 0.893 13.10 8.94 168.0
0.316 0.170 0.205 0.180 9938 BRIGHT 0.205 0.025 521.9 0.190 — — 42.1
KLSE MINING 936.21 52.69 5.96 FTSE/ASEAN 40 12,034.12 105.97 0.89
0.800 0.435 0.530 0.505 7221 BSLCORP 0.530 0.005 108.6 0.520 15.63 — 51.9
0.365 0.140 0.155 0.145 7188 BTM 0.155 0.005 36.3 0.154 — — 21.1
3.489 2.380 2.480 2.400 5105 CANONE 2.460 0.030 12.5 2.442 7.43 1.63 472.7
0.035 0.005 — — 5229 CAP 0.010 — — — — — 13.6
2.113 1.440 1.540 1.510 7076 CBIP 1.530 0.030 112.7 1.523 15.89 3.92 823.5
2.350 1.592 2.000 1.880 2879 CCM 2.000 0.040 247.8 1.999 36.30 7.50 335.4

Bursa Malaysia Main Market 1.750 1.380 1.400


1.240 1.020
1.896 1.550 1.700

1.400

1.590
8435
8044
5007
CEPCO
CFM
CHINWEL
1.400
1.080
1.640
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0.040 19.1

1 1.400

1.621


9.23


4.39
62.7
44.3
491.2
2.690 1.757 2.410 2.320 5797 CHOOBEE 2.390 0.110 54.7 2.378 6.25 2.51 262.7
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP 1.150 0.850 0.960 0.960 8052 CICB 0.960 -0.040 1 0.960 13.48 — 48.0
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) 0.070 0.040 0.050 0.050 7018 CME 0.050 0.005 12023 0.050 — — 40.4
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 4.628 3.300 3.990 3.880 2852 CMSB 3.940 0.010 530 3.922 19.84 2.03 4,233.0
0.725 0.360 0.390 0.390 7120 ACOSTEC 0.390 -0.010 33.5 0.390 — — 69.4 0.840 0.320 — — 7986 CNASIA 0.505 — — — 12.41 — 22.9
5.900 4.435 5.580 5.480 7090 AHEALTH 5.580 0.120 2.1 5.487 14.70 2.15 653.7 1.490 1.080 1.160 1.150 5071 COASTAL 1.150 UNCH 18.9 1.153 13.91 1.74 611.3
25.500 15.745 22.260 21.700 2658 AJI 22.200 0.540 18.3 21.86 7.08 1.89 1,349.7 0.451 0.200 0.235 0.200 7195 COMCORP 0.235 0.030 2026.3 0.222 — — 32.9
0.390 0.250 — — 7051 AMTEK 0.285 — — — — — 14.2 1.220 0.670 0.910 0.860 2127 COMFORT 0.885 -0.005 6807.2 0.888 13.76 — 497.3
5.202 3.760 3.940 3.900 6432 APOLLO 3.920 0.020 12.1 3.917 25.27 6.38 313.6 1.882 1.270 1.400 1.330 5094 CSCSTEL 1.390 0.050 691.1 1.372 8.59 7.19 528.2
1.040 0.800 — — 7722 ASIABRN 0.895 — — — — — 104.1 0.804 0.545 0.630 0.580 7157 CYL 0.630 0.065 2 0.605 52.50 6.35 63.0
3.310 2.540 2.740 2.740 7129 ASIAFLE 2.740 0.130 15.8 2.740 8.30 — 533.6 0.390 0.295 — — 5082 CYMAO 0.295 — — — — — 22.1
45.345 23.100 23.740 23.220 4162 BAT 23.320 -0.260 339.2 23.39 13.51 7.25 6,658.6 2.410 2.162 2.290 2.270 8125 DAIBOCI 2.280 0.030 2.1 2.280 28.75 2.00 747.6
0.120 0.040 0.050 0.045 7243 BIOOSMO 0.050 UNCH 272.1 0.049 — — 39.8 2.000 1.000 1.620 1.540 8176 DENKO 1.560 0.090 480 1.590 — — 1,789.4
0.674 0.410 0.440 0.420 9288 BONIA 0.440 0.020 403 0.438 13.79 2.84 354.8 0.460 0.270 0.330 0.315 7114 DNONCE 0.315 -0.010 3250.5 0.321 30.58 — 61.0
1.103 0.810 0.880 0.855 7174 CAB 0.875 0.020 438.4 0.872 8.25 0.57 553.5 0.375 0.165 — — 5835 DOLMITE 0.165 — — — — — 47.0
1.370 0.380 1.120 1.080 7154 CAELY 1.100 0.020 2521.4 1.101 42.47 0.91 88.0 0.325 0.095 0.105 0.100 5265 DOLPHIN 0.105 0.010 756.8 0.104 — — 25.6
0.415 0.260 0.315 0.315 7128 CAMRES 0.315 UNCH 20 0.315 10.00 3.17 62.0 1.379 1.138 — — 7169 DOMINAN 1.300 — — — 9.20 5.00 214.8
21.000 14.082 18.940 18.840 2836 CARLSBG 18.840 -0.080 183.6 18.90 26.04 4.03 5,760.3 2.750 1.302 2.380 2.260 1619 DRBHCOM 2.360 0.080 3598.8 2.341 25.32 0.42 4,562.4
1.440 0.627 1.440 1.350 7035 CCK 1.380 0.020 2639.3 1.398 15.02 1.45 435.2 1.582 0.950 1.070 1.000 7233 DUFU 1.060 0.040 549.7 1.041 6.81 6.13 186.0
3.050 1.943 2.880 2.800 7148 CCMDBIO 2.850 0.060 460.6 2.852 18.87 2.28 795.0 0.809 0.490 0.510 0.500 8907 EG 0.510 0.005 565.5 0.506 5.73 — 135.8
2.520 1.900 — — 2828 CIHLDG 1.900 — — — 8.38 4.21 307.8 1.010 0.700 — — 9016 EKSONS 0.760 — — — — — 124.8
0.145 0.020 0.090 0.070 5188 CNOUHUA 0.085 0.020 3052.8 0.077 — — 56.8 0.843 0.570 0.610 0.575 7217 EMETALL 0.600 0.030 148.5 0.603 5.40 4.17 113.0
3.048 2.267 — — 7205 COCOLND 2.400 — — — 16.37 5.42 549.1 0.885 0.385 — — 7773 EPMB 0.440 — — — — — 73.0
1.906 1.440 1.570 1.480 7202 CSCENIC 1.490 0.040 12.4 1.492 14.61 6.71 179.5 0.924 0.420 0.470 0.435 5101 EVERGRN 0.460 0.025 2118.9 0.451 8.61 4.35 389.4
0.095 0.010 — — 5214 CSL 0.010 — — — — — 12.4 1.690 1.139 1.360 1.360 2984 FACBIND 1.360 -0.070 0.5 1.360 12.50 2.94 115.8
0.758 0.475 0.475 0.475 9423 CWG 0.475 UNCH 10 0.475 6.78 3.16 60.0 2.862 2.400 2.550 2.450 7229 FAVCO 2.450 0.030 17.6 2.485 8.60 6.12 542.4
0.045 0.025 0.035 0.035 7179 DBE 0.035 UNCH 430 0.035 — — 93.7 0.780 0.490 — — 0149 FIBON 0.600 — — — 20.98 1.83 58.8
1.050 0.827 1.010 0.950 7119 DEGEM 1.010 0.030 8.4 0.991 8.88 2.48 135.3 2.221 1.950 1.980 1.970 3107 FIMACOR 1.970 UNCH 12.6 1.972 22.62 6.35 483.2
76.980 54.929 67.000 66.580 3026 DLADY 67.000 -0.080 1.1 66.66 36.43 1.49 4,288.0 1.780 0.980 1.050 1.010 5197 FLBHD 1.040 0.020 46.3 1.038 8.65 5.77 107.3
0.110 0.060 0.060 0.060 7182 EKA 0.060 -0.005 623 0.060 — — 18.7 0.679 0.185 0.245 0.205 5277 FPGROUP 0.240 0.030 8733.6 0.230 12.37 2.96 124.3
0.355 0.190 0.195 0.195 9091 EMICO 0.195 0.005 20 0.195 — — 18.7 2.620 0.835 0.950 0.880 7197 GESHEN 0.935 0.050 64.4 0.900 7.15 — 74.8
1.823 1.020 — — 7149 ENGKAH 1.130 — — — 57.07 5.31 80.0 0.085 0.035 0.050 0.040 5220 GLOTEC 0.045 UNCH 41005.5 0.045 — — 242.2
0.365 0.150 0.215 0.195 7208 EURO 0.215 0.015 10013 0.208 — — 57.5 0.460 0.170 0.200 0.180 7192 GOODWAY 0.200 0.015 5085.5 0.193 — — 22.1
0.760 0.620 0.750 0.750 7094 EUROSP 0.750 UNCH 5 0.750 34.25 — 33.3 0.130 0.085 — — 7096 GPA 0.090 — — — — — 88.2
34.500 23.137 33.180 32.020 3689 F&N 32.860 0.020 551.6 32.92 39.75 1.75 12,052.3 0.425 0.220 0.275 0.270 5649 GPHAROS 0.270 -0.005 10.4 0.275 71.05 — 36.3
1.070 0.830 — — 2755 FCW 0.840 — — — 2100 — 210.0 0.250 0.160 0.175 0.170 0136 GREENYB 0.175 -0.005 127.5 0.174 — 1.71 58.4
0.850 0.370 0.420 0.405 8605 FFHB 0.420 0.015 254.6 0.419 11.17 2.86 45.8 1.005 0.585 0.625 0.600 3247 GUH 0.625 0.020 53.7 0.615 — 5.39 173.7
1.931 0.786 1.560 1.410 9172 FPI 1.540 0.130 1869.8 1.506 9.01 5.19 380.9 1.180 0.710 0.900 0.870 5151 HALEX 0.900 0.020 35 0.895 — — 95.4
1.100 0.690 — — 7184 G3 0.795 — — — — — 327.9 6.500 2.397 6.500 6.230 5168 HARTA 6.470 0.250 4594.7 6.404 51.72 0.93 21,428.4
2.200 0.898 1.500 1.360 5102 GCB 1.500 0.140 471.5 1.431 8.04 1.67 720.2 19.158 3.752 9.230 8.790 4324 HENGYUAN 8.930 -0.130 4847 8.995 2.95 0.22 2,679.0
0.370 0.045 0.245 0.195 5187 HBGLOB 0.230 0.030 27346.7 0.223 7.72 — 107.6 1.690 0.685 0.835 0.795 5095 HEVEA 0.825 0.055 1226.5 0.817 6.86 8.85 461.1
23.040 16.632 21.000 20.800 3255 HEIM 20.800 UNCH 75.5 20.91 23.27 4.33 6,283.6 1.136 0.665 0.680 0.680 3298 HEXZA 0.680 0.010 10 0.680 — 7.35 136.3
11.580 8.943 10.960 10.880 3301 HLIND 10.960 0.080 50.1 10.92 25.21 3.19 3,593.8 0.530 0.295 0.435 0.395 5072 HIAPTEK 0.435 0.040 8855.2 0.421 — — 581.0
0.957 0.600 0.690 0.680 5160 HOMERIZ 0.685 0.030 93.7 0.683 7.08 6.13 205.5 1.170 0.375 0.825 0.750 5199 HIBISCS 0.825 0.065 57725.2 0.795 32.87 — 1,310.3
0.380 0.300 0.340 0.335 7213 HOVID 0.335 UNCH 110 0.337 — — 275.0 1.319 0.913 1.250 1.210 7033 HIGHTEC 1.210 0.030 0.5 1.218 7.99 2.89 49.1
1.214 1.020 1.050 1.040 5024 HUPSENG 1.050 0.020 41.2 1.044 18.88 5.71 840.0 1.020 0.640 0.730 0.700 8443 HIL 0.730 0.085 32 0.721 17.98 1.71 243.8
0.605 0.320 0.360 0.340 8478 HWATAI 0.360 0.010 221.2 0.349 25.35 — 26.9 0.715 0.300 0.400 0.400 5165 HOKHENG 0.400 0.040 4.9 0.400 37.04 — 32.0
3.440 2.600 2.990 2.950 5606 IGBB 2.990 0.020 17.6 2.968 8.46 0.67 2,002.6 0.665 0.030 0.430 0.335 2739 HUAAN 0.425 0.085 166878 0.393 5.90 — 477.0
4.760 1.330 1.370 1.330 5107 IQGROUP 1.360 UNCH 131.9 1.353 15.37 8.09 119.7 2.750 1.610 — — 5000 HUMEIND 1.610 — — — — 1.24 771.3
1.546 0.870 0.920 0.910 7152 JAYCORP 0.920 0.010 20 0.917 6.10 11.96 126.3 0.340 0.135 0.160 0.145 9601 HWGB 0.155 0.010 1933.7 0.151 — — 50.3
0.731 0.365 0.385 0.385 8931 JERASIA 0.385 0.005 10 0.385 15.34 1.30 31.6 2.040 1.634 2.040 2.000 7222 IMASPRO 2.040 0.090 24 2.002 21.07 1.72 163.2
1.699 0.900 0.985 0.925 7167 JOHOTIN 0.985 0.055 793.1 0.959 9.93 4.06 305.8 0.290 0.110 0.165 0.145 7183 IRETEX 0.160 0.010 4888.6 0.156 — — 22.6
2.243 0.750 0.810 0.770 5247 KAREX 0.795 0.010 2398.8 0.788 46.22 1.26 796.9 0.085 0.045 0.055 0.055 7223 JADI 0.055 0.005 770 0.055 — — 51.8
3.756 2.050 2.200 2.150 7216 KAWAN 2.170 0.020 100 2.194 26.79 1.80 780.2 0.175 0.125 0.135 0.135 8648 JASKITA 0.135 UNCH 240 0.135 — 7.41 60.7
0.210 0.130 — — 8303 KFM 0.135 — — — — — 9.2 1.120 0.950 — — 7043 JMR 0.985 — — — — 3.05 124.9
0.863 0.600 0.650 0.620 6203 KHEESAN 0.650 0.020 10 0.633 25.10 2.31 67.6 0.305 0.145 0.175 0.155 0054 KARYON 0.170 0.010 3367.1 0.165 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 — — 6211 KIALIM 0.265 — — — — — 16.4
0.132 0.057 0.110 0.095 5172 KSTAR 0.110 0.015 3081 0.104 — — 41.9 3.080 2.660 2.690 2.660 3522 KIANJOO 2.670 -0.020 27 2.674 13.18 1.50 1,185.9
5.469 3.200 3.280 3.200 7006 LATITUD 3.280 -0.010 34.9 3.236 8.16 3.66 318.8 2.315 1.360 — — 5371 KIMHIN 1.430 — — — 27.03 3.50 222.5
1.090 0.870 0.950 0.935 9385 LAYHONG 0.935 -0.025 276.7 0.944 17.58 0.53 588.7 0.075 0.005 — — 5060 KINSTEL 0.005 — — — — — 5.2
0.760 0.283 0.640 0.605 8079 LEESK 0.625 0.025 1440.1 0.622 17.22 2.40 104.9 1.450 0.800 0.945 0.925 9466 KKB 0.945 0.025 48 0.930 147.66 — 243.6
4.276 2.530 2.620 2.590 7089 LIIHEN 2.610 0.010 541.6 2.605 6.38 6.13 469.8 0.310 0.180 0.210 0.185 7164 KNM 0.210 0.020 33803 0.197 — — 497.6
0.820 0.500 0.510 0.500 7126 LONBISC 0.505 UNCH 502.9 0.501 14.55 — 94.2 1.700 0.810 1.110 0.970 6971 KOBAY 1.090 0.125 578.3 1.057 11.05 — 111.3
1.847 0.930 — — 7085 LTKM 0.930 — — — 25.91 2.69 121.0 0.245 0.150 0.195 0.185 7017 KOMARK 0.190 0.005 1063.9 0.193 — — 31.2
7.622 4.034 4.730 4.590 7087 MAGNI 4.680 0.070 255.6 4.658 6.94 2.99 761.6 8.790 5.529 7.600 7.450 7153 KOSSAN 7.600 0.130 339.9 7.484 26.46 1.45 4,860.0
0.050 0.010 0.020 0.020 5189 MAXWELL 0.020 UNCH 1600.2 0.020 — — 8.0 1.110 0.410 — — 7130 KPOWER 0.600 — — — — — 45.7
1.266 0.840 0.910 0.910 5886 MBG 0.910 0.070 4.8 0.910 38.72 3.30 55.3 5.098 3.970 4.080 4.000 3476 KSENG 4.030 0.030 38.3 4.020 1492 2.48 1,456.8
2.409 1.420 1.680 1.500 3662 MFLOUR 1.650 0.170 694.7 1.618 13.24 3.94 908.0 0.760 0.380 0.475 0.420 5192 KSSC 0.475 0.055 721.3 0.456 8.45 4.21 45.6
0.920 0.675 — — 7935 MILUX 0.755 — — — — — 41.1 0.775 0.435 — — 8362 KYM 0.490 — — — — — 73.4
4.658 3.360 3.420 3.420 5202 MSM 3.420 0.020 5 3.420 — 4.09 2,404.2 7.080 3.980 4.120 4.030 3794 LAFMSIA 4.090 -0.020 269.9 4.099 — 4.89 3,475.3
0.035 0.030 — — 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 — — — — — 21.2 0.910 0.530 0.585 0.565 9326 LBALUM 0.580 0.015 99 0.575 18.30 4.31 144.1
1.826 1.250 1.650 1.630 3921 MWE 1.640 UNCH 60 1.649 2.89 1.22 379.8 0.591 0.425 0.575 0.570 5092 LCTH 0.575 0.005 855.2 0.575 20.25 4.35 207.0
163.00 77.30 150.10 147.50 4707 NESTLE 150.100 0.500 148.5 149.13 54.51 1.80 35,198.5 6.530 4.140 6.400 6.080 5284 LCTITAN 6.390 0.330 4011.6 6.283 11.96 3.60 14,746.8
4.838 3.190 3.300 3.300 7060 NHFATT 3.300 UNCH 5 3.300 12.20 3.33 248.0 0.985 0.613 0.765 0.720 5232 LEONFB 0.760 0.040 969.7 0.748 2.93 1.97 235.6
0.130 0.035 0.045 0.040 7139 NICE 0.045 0.005 634.2 0.041 — — 15.0 0.440 0.215 0.280 0.270 8745 LEWEKO 0.280 0.010 144 0.279 — — 90.1
0.310 0.150 0.175 0.165 7215 NIHSIN 0.170 UNCH 1519 0.170 18.28 — 54.7 0.080 0.005 — — 2887 LIONDIV 0.005 — — — — — 7.0
0.836 0.490 0.530 0.510 5066 NTPM 0.530 0.015 192.3 0.519 15.59 3.77 595.3 1.670 0.715 1.030 0.930 4235 LIONIND 1.010 0.075 3643.3 0.998 5.05 — 725.1
1.765 0.900 0.965 0.900 7107 OFI 0.900 -0.035 66.2 0.951 15.15 3.89 216.0 0.740 0.390 0.455 0.440 9881 LSTEEL 0.455 0.020 400.9 0.450 7.43 — 58.3
6.705 6.060 6.300 6.250 4006 ORIENT 6.300 0.160 250.5 6.298 9.95 1.90 3,908.5 0.160 0.075 0.090 0.080 5068 LUSTER 0.090 0.010 1408 0.084 33.33 — 177.8
5.467 2.836 4.690 4.510 7052 PADINI 4.650 0.040 608.7 4.647 19.67 2.15 3,059.3 4.660 3.000 3.400 3.400 9199 LYSAGHT 3.400 0.040 1 3.400 7.93 2.06 141.4
40.631 32.085 34.260 34.100 3719 PANAMY 34.240 0.160 86.4 34.21 15.70 3.42 2,079.9 1.400 0.705 0.900 0.795 5098 MASTEEL 0.885 0.085 28255 0.864 5.07 — 378.1
0.650 0.390 0.400 0.395 5022 PAOS 0.400 -0.035 33.7 0.396 47.06 4.00 72.5 0.775 0.545 — — 7029 MASTER 0.580 — — — 8.03 3.45 31.7
0.585 0.265 0.330 0.330 9407 PARAGON 0.330 0.065 22.9 0.330 — — 23.1 1.407 0.993 1.110 1.090 5152 MBL 1.100 UNCH 93.6 1.097 10.22 1.82 111.2
0.401 0.200 0.240 0.225 6068 PCCS 0.240 0.020 667.5 0.235 4.98 — 50.4 0.870 0.665 — — 7004 MCEHLDG 0.695 — — — 86.88 — 30.9
0.975 0.660 0.690 0.680 5231 PELIKAN 0.680 -0.060 100.4 0.685 12.57 — 376.2 0.390 0.190 0.215 0.200 3778 MELEWAR 0.215 0.015 585.9 0.200 — — 48.5
0.707 0.561 — — 9997 PENSONI 0.580 — — — 10.02 3.45 75.2 0.789 0.550 — — 5223 MENTIGA 0.570 — — — 26.03 1.75 39.9
0.235 0.150 0.155 0.150 4081 PMCORP 0.150 UNCH 25 0.152 — — 116.0 1.837 1.600 — — 6149 METROD 1.680 — — — 8.74 3.57 201.6
0.781 0.472 0.520 0.520 5080 POHKONG 0.520 UNCH 55 0.520 6.70 1.92 213.4 1.260 0.435 0.500 0.455 5001 MIECO 0.500 0.050 4046 0.485 5.48 2.00 262.5
2.048 1.150 1.230 1.190 7088 POHUAT 1.230 0.030 255.1 1.204 5.95 5.69 286.9 0.170 0.090 0.100 0.095 7219 MINETEC 0.100 0.005 310 0.097 — — 73.2
19.380 16.169 18.560 18.380 4065 PPB 18.540 0.120 1000.2 18.46 18.23 1.62 21,979.2 0.598 0.426 0.445 0.440 5576 MINHO 0.445 0.005 13.4 0.442 8.09 1.69 97.8
0.691 0.461 — — 7190 PPG 0.470 — — — — 4.26 47.0 4.237 2.710 2.800 2.710 5916 MSC 2.800 0.030 17.1 2.745 17.70 2.86 280.0
1.623 0.550 0.655 0.610 8966 PRLEXUS 0.655 0.045 72.3 0.635 7.43 3.44 118.0 2.470 1.140 1.950 1.800 3883 MUDA 1.900 0.120 1630 1.900 9.87 1.58 579.6
1.133 0.820 0.850 0.840 7134 PWF 0.840 -0.020 60.3 0.845 7.60 4.08 145.7 1.030 0.340 0.415 0.385 5087 MYCRON 0.410 0.035 471.5 0.399 4.45 — 116.3
2.566 1.150 1.450 1.350 7237 PWROOT 1.440 0.090 649.3 1.426 16.36 7.99 475.5 0.355 0.090 0.280 0.245 5025 NWP 0.275 0.020 15564.7 0.265 — — 107.9
5.110 3.820 5.060 5.000 7084 QL 5.050 0.040 1444.6 5.044 38.26 0.65 8,193.3 1.163 0.705 0.740 0.730 4944 NYLEX 0.735 0.005 187.8 0.736 6.27 2.72 142.8
0.628 0.495 0.510 0.495 9946 REX 0.510 0.015 224 0.505 340.0 0.98 125.8 1.897 1.270 1.330 1.300 7140 OKA 1.330 0.030 42.5 1.316 8.00 4.14 217.6
1.868 0.540 0.660 0.625 0183 SALUTE 0.640 0.015 1552 0.646 15.84 3.75 248.3 1.760 0.978 1.420 1.350 5065 ORNA 1.420 0.100 444.4 1.397 6.73 2.82 106.9
1.036 0.300 0.375 0.340 5252 SASBADI 0.375 0.035 2235.6 0.362 19.23 1.79 157.2 0.130 0.043 0.085 0.070 7225 PA 0.085 0.015 20494.8 0.079 — — 144.8
0.590 0.325 0.420 0.420 5157 SAUDEE 0.420 UNCH 10 0.420 27.10 — 55.4 8.600 6.563 8.500 8.360 5183 PCHEM 8.450 -0.030 3428.9 8.455 16.39 3.20 67,600.0
0.707 0.550 0.580 0.560 7180 SERNKOU 0.560 -0.020 30 0.573 20.29 — 134.4 1.640 1.130 1.200 1.160 5271 PECCA 1.160 0.010 144.3 1.167 20.32 4.31 218.1
1.340 0.590 0.800 0.790 7165 SGB 0.800 -0.010 9.8 0.792 — — 158.8 7.901 3.450 3.550 3.550 5436 PERSTIM 3.550 -0.050 2 3.550 13.72 11.27 352.5
1.614 0.780 0.840 0.840 7412 SHH 0.840 0.025 1 0.840 — 5.95 42.0 19.276 15.638 18.220 17.860 6033 PETGAS 18.100 -0.100 273.8 18.10 19.98 3.65 35,815.0
1.034 0.480 0.510 0.495 7246 SIGN 0.505 0.010 351.1 0.503 5.98 4.95 121.4 15.060 6.092 8.850 8.620 3042 PETRONM 8.640 -0.110 431.6 8.669 5.76 2.55 2,332.8
0.830 0.380 0.420 0.420 8532 SINOTOP 0.420 -0.010 27.7 0.420 — — 165.9 1.510 1.310 — — 3611 PGLOBE 1.350 — — — 105.4 — 252.0
0.865 0.420 — — 9776 SMCAP 0.455 — — — 1.78 — 27.8 2.466 1.340 1.530 1.400 7095 PIE 1.440 0.040 876.7 1.461 11.51 1.67 553.0
0.385 0.260 — — 7943 SNC 0.280 — — — — — 18.5 5.453 1.655 4.000 3.990 7172 PMBTECH 4.000 0.050 10 3.999 29.78 1.00 320.0
2.548 2.130 2.330 2.300 7103 SPRITZER 2.300 -0.030 23.9 2.319 16.52 2.52 483.0 5.807 2.496 4.780 4.500 8869 PMETAL 4.670 0.290 17577 4.696 28.95 1.28 18,060.2
1.340 1.050 1.140 1.110 7186 SWSCAP 1.140 -0.010 11.5 1.120 19.29 0.88 166.3 0.565 0.470 — — 6637 PNEPCB 0.510 — — — 27.87 — 67.1
0.603 0.285 0.305 0.300 7082 SYF 0.305 0.010 275.4 0.301 14.66 4.92 188.9 0.995 0.305 0.495 0.455 8117 POLY 0.485 0.025 131.1 0.476 2.19 — 77.6
0.470 0.320 — — 7211 TAFI 0.320 — — — — — 25.6 0.973 0.540 0.610 0.580 8273 PPHB 0.585 -0.015 41.4 0.587 7.09 — 110.3
1.928 1.290 1.680 1.670 4405 TCHONG 1.680 UNCH 39.8 1.680 — 1.19 1,129.0 1.458 0.810 0.880 0.850 9873 PRESTAR 0.880 0.040 257.7 0.872 3.92 4.55 180.1
0.662 0.315 0.340 0.325 7200 TEKSENG 0.335 0.010 754.2 0.331 4.22 5.97 116.6 1.110 0.840 0.880 0.860 7168 PRG 0.880 0.005 24 0.863 60.69 0.57 266.5
1.140 0.800 0.930 0.915 7252 TEOSENG 0.930 0.075 115.1 0.921 80.17 1.61 279.0 0.330 0.145 0.210 0.160 7123 PWORTH 0.200 0.040 79370 0.192 22.22 — 204.7
1.455 0.935 — — 9369 TGL 0.935 — — — 8.96 5.35 38.1 1.250 0.745 — — 7544 QUALITY 0.890 — — — — — 51.6
1.020 0.510 0.640 0.640 7230 TOMEI 0.640 0.070 0.2 0.640 5.47 — 88.7 0.750 0.460 — — 7498 RALCO 0.580 — — — — — 24.3
0.490 0.365 — — 7176 TPC 0.365 — — — — — 85.3 5.870 5.310 5.860 5.860 7765 RAPID 5.860 -0.010 14.7 5.860 202.0 — 626.4
6.980 4.700 6.500 6.210 4588 UMW 6.440 0.110 397.5 6.398 — — 7,523.8 0.610 0.245 0.290 0.260 5256 REACH 0.290 0.025 986.1 0.277 — — 318.0
2.680 2.075 2.450 2.450 7757 UPA 2.450 0.090 2.1 2.450 4.99 3.27 195.0 0.655 0.285 0.305 0.300 7232 RESINTC 0.305 0.005 59.5 0.301 5.75 3.93 41.8
2.470 0.883 1.500 1.400 7203 WANGZNG 1.460 0.070 102.7 1.426 21.89 2.74 233.6 1.580 0.908 1.270 1.260 9741 ROHAS 1.270 -0.010 34.8 1.269 — 0.79 600.3
0.210 0.060 0.150 0.140 5156 XDL 0.140 UNCH 5192.6 0.141 18.18 — 189.3 0.838 0.530 0.550 0.540 7803 RUBEREX 0.550 0.010 6.5 0.541 10.13 3.18 138.7
0.665 0.430 0.595 0.580 7121 XIANLNG 0.595 0.005 508 0.588 1190 — 47.6 5.194 3.780 3.910 3.880 5134 SAB 3.880 -0.020 14 3.904 12.92 1.29 531.3
0.100 0.020 — — 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 — — — — — 26.7 8.490 5.839 6.190 6.110 9822 SAM 6.110 0.060 1 6.182 12.97 1.68 825.9
2.822 2.030 2.100 2.080 5584 YEELEE 2.090 UNCH 18.6 2.090 10.08 2.15 400.5 0.957 0.740 0.770 0.770 7811 SAPIND 0.770 UNCH 3 0.770 18.20 6.49 56.0
1.522 1.009 — — 5159 YOCB 1.030 — — — 7.42 4.85 164.8 1.237 0.510 0.550 0.530 5170 SCABLE 0.550 0.020 83 0.538 — 5.45 174.4
3.190 2.161 2.400 2.390 7178 YSPSAH 2.390 UNCH 3.1 2.397 15.89 2.93 327.7 3.356 1.370 1.620 1.500 7247 SCGM 1.590 0.150 326.7 1.578 13.17 3.77 307.8
2.111 1.370 1.480 1.430 5131 ZHULIAN 1.480 0.050 112.3 1.448 12.89 4.05 680.8 0.740 0.500 — — 9237 SCIB 0.535 — — — — — 45.9
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 9.738 7.285 7.600 7.460 4731 SCIENTX 7.520 -0.030 966.8 7.512 12.88 2.13 3,676.7
1.393 0.930 1.070 1.040 0012 3A 1.060 0.030 1134.5 1.052 12.16 1.70 521.5 0.345 0.250 — — 7239 SCNWOLF 0.255 — — — 7.70 — 24.5
0.210 0.090 0.105 0.095 7086 ABLEGRP 0.100 UNCH 235.1 0.100 — — 26.4 1.660 0.530 0.585 0.575 7073 SEACERA 0.585 0.005 685.8 0.579 27.59 — 219.7
0.430 0.270 — — 7131 ACME 0.380 — — — 12.06 — 90.7 0.210 0.120 0.140 0.125 5145 SEALINK 0.140 0.010 52.1 0.129 — — 70.0
0.975 0.520 0.580 0.560 7191 ADVENTA 0.580 0.010 60.8 0.573 145.00 — 88.6 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 0.840 0.820 5181 SIGGAS 0.840 0.020 100 0.832 37.17 1.43 157.5
0.220 0.125 0.135 0.130 7146 AEM 0.135 0.005 223 0.135 — — 40.4 1.040 0.600 0.600 0.600 7115 SKBSHUT 0.600 UNCH 1 0.600 8.11 — 24.0
0.580 0.375 — — 5198 AFUJIYA 0.440 — — — 12.61 — 79.2 2.350 1.209 1.630 1.570 7155 SKPRES 1.580 0.020 3749.7 1.598 14.60 2.63 1,975.3
0.580 0.310 — — 2682 AISB 0.310 — — — 6.98 — 44.8 2.168 1.000 1.000 1.000 7248 SLP 1.000 UNCH 19 1.000 16.26 4.50 317.0
0.903 0.500 0.530 0.510 7609 AJIYA 0.530 0.015 64.7 0.527 11.83 1.89 161.4 0.700 0.390 — — 7132 SMISCOR 0.475 — — — — — 21.3
0.495 0.080 0.350 0.320 9954 AKNIGHT 0.345 0.105 6.2 0.348 — — 20.1 2.580 1.247 1.870 1.720 5665 SSTEEL 1.870 0.160 904.5 1.830 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 WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 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 — — 7143 STONE 0.160 — — — — — 14.4 0.480 0.180 0.210 0.190 5255 ICON 0.210 0.020 1181.2 0.199 — — 247.2
1.420 0.910 0.920 0.920 6904 SUBUR 0.920 0.005 4 0.920 — — 192.3 6.330 5.420 6.090 5.980 5225 IHH 6.030 -0.020 2274.2 6.022 53.36 0.50 49,684.8
2.128 0.770 0.785 0.785 7207 SUCCESS 0.785 0.005 3 0.785 5.87 3.18 195.1 0.885 0.600 — — 5614 ILB 0.615 — — — — — 119.9
2.918 0.995 1.290 1.210 7235 SUPERLN 1.290 0.050 567.3 1.273 11.87 2.71 206.4 0.905 0.670 0.860 0.860 5673 IPMUDA 0.860 -0.040 9.5 0.860 — — 62.3
2.920 1.646 2.690 2.540 7106 SUPERMX 2.650 0.070 3723.2 2.656 19.85 2.26 1,802.4 1.948 1.600 — — 0058 JCBNEXT 1.630 — — — 33.82 1.23 227.6
3.750 2.980 3.280 3.110 5012 TAANN 3.280 0.030 221.5 3.231 12.23 4.57 1,459.1 0.400 0.290 — — 8672 KAMDAR 0.350 — — — 15.49 — 69.3
0.415 0.250 0.280 0.270 5149 TAS 0.280 0.010 147 0.278 — — 50.4 1.862 1.440 1.450 1.450 6491 KFIMA 1.450 0.010 13.1 1.450 25.71 6.21 409.2
13.373 7.780 7.830 7.780 4448 TASEK 7.780 -0.020 4.7 7.799 960.4 5.14 961.8 0.900 0.522 0.700 0.635 0151 KGB 0.700 0.055 261.5 0.677 13.06 1.43 171.8
0.290 0.100 0.120 0.110 5178 TATGIAP 0.115 0.005 76.8 0.116 — — 19.6 1.480 0.630 — — 5035 KNUSFOR 0.700 — — — — — 69.8
1.480 0.510 0.575 0.545 7097 TAWIN 0.575 0.025 60.4 0.570 13.86 — 37.0 1.134 0.840 0.945 0.880 5878 KPJ 0.940 0.070 2047.1 0.913 25.13 1.84 4,024.9
2.150 1.010 1.100 1.090 7439 TECGUAN 1.090 0.020 42 1.092 — — 43.7 1.540 1.170 1.310 1.270 5843 KPS 1.280 -0.010 387.8 1.286 11.33 3.32 638.7
4.570 2.400 2.600 2.530 7034 TGUAN 2.580 0.070 975.6 2.566 7.22 4.65 351.6 0.880 0.485 0.585 0.530 9121 KPSCB 0.570 0.025 1026 0.568 7.20 — 84.3
2.140 1.370 1.390 1.390 7374 TIENWAH 1.390 0.020 32 1.390 — 4.32 201.2 0.205 0.090 0.115 0.100 4847 KTB 0.115 0.015 768 0.107 — — 46.3
0.750 0.550 — — 7854 TIMWELL 0.640 — — — 27.83 — 57.0 0.602 0.363 0.440 0.410 6874 KUB 0.435 0.020 5752.5 0.427 7.53 2.30 242.1
1.069 0.745 0.845 0.790 7285 TOMYPAK 0.835 0.035 2127.9 0.811 20.32 3.11 350.5 0.315 0.110 0.150 0.140 7170 LFECORP 0.150 0.020 106 0.140 — — 27.9
4.292 2.660 3.050 2.890 5010 TONGHER 3.050 0.260 122.7 2.970 8.21 12.46 480.2 0.835 0.450 0.550 0.500 8486 LIONFIB 0.550 0.015 10.9 0.541 4.01 — 127.4
10.440 4.467 10.000 9.850 7113 TOPGLOV 9.980 0.130 3254.7 9.985 32.37 1.45 12,763.9 0.890 0.585 0.665 0.640 5143 LUXCHEM 0.660 0.020 381.2 0.654 13.58 3.53 559.7
1.130 0.510 — — 7173 TOYOINK 0.710 — — — — — 76.0 0.372 0.110 0.130 0.120 5078 M&G 0.125 0.005 4177.4 0.124 — 40.00 90.5
0.230 0.155 0.165 0.155 4359 TURIYA 0.165 UNCH 47 0.155 — — 37.7 2.006 1.573 1.820 1.790 3859 MAGNUM 1.800 UNCH 321.2 1.804 12.40 7.78 2,587.9
3.410 1.622 2.830 2.500 7100 UCHITEC 2.750 0.180 1619.4 2.702 17.09 5.45 1,236.1 1.225 0.850 0.915 0.875 5264 MALAKOF 0.905 0.030 7072.5 0.897 14.57 6.85 4,525.0
4.930 1.500 1.660 1.550 7133 ULICORP 1.660 0.100 97.3 1.623 12.54 3.01 241.0 0.179 0.125 0.140 0.135 3514 MARCO 0.140 UNCH 181 0.135 10.45 3.57 147.6
1.271 0.820 0.895 0.860 7227 UMSNGB 0.895 -0.005 4 0.878 9.48 3.35 71.6 6.384 5.300 5.860 5.710 6012 MAXIS 5.840 0.050 1288.6 5.835 20.46 3.42 45,613.7
1.680 0.500 0.525 0.515 4995 VERSATL 0.515 -0.005 321.1 0.518 40.23 — 60.4 0.955 0.620 0.655 0.630 5077 MAYBULK 0.640 0.010 121.1 0.635 — — 640.0
3.219 1.725 2.280 2.140 6963 VS 2.240 0.060 10784.5 2.225 15.58 2.90 2,987.1 2.552 1.992 2.500 2.440 5983 MBMR 2.500 0.050 333.1 2.462 — 1.20 977.2
1.710 0.875 1.450 1.340 5142 WASEONG 1.450 0.080 856.8 1.423 9.90 0.34 1,123.6 1.193 0.325 0.365 0.330 4502 MEDIA 0.355 0.025 14643.3 0.346 — — 393.8
0.465 0.240 0.290 0.250 7226 WATTA 0.290 0.015 8.1 0.251 5.92 — 24.5 0.603 0.300 0.340 0.315 5090 MEDIAC 0.335 0.015 13395.6 0.331 15.02 7.46 565.2
2.300 1.724 2.270 2.270 7111 WEIDA 2.270 UNCH 21.5 2.270 17.99 1.32 302.7 0.739 0.320 0.375 0.345 7234 MESB 0.370 -0.010 24.1 0.358 — — 30.3
1.618 1.330 1.360 1.350 7231 WELLCAL 1.350 UNCH 25.2 1.352 19.26 4.58 672.2 3.978 3.100 3.500 3.150 3069 MFCB 3.480 0.300 187.3 3.290 8.64 1.44 1,429.9
1.420 0.665 1.060 0.960 7050 WONG 1.060 0.095 190.2 1.027 8.60 — 97.2 1.119 0.603 0.765 0.710 5186 MHB 0.755 0.035 1219.3 0.741 35.45 3.97 1,208.0
0.700 0.500 — — 7025 WOODLAN 0.610 — — — 145.2 — 24.4 0.290 0.135 0.160 0.145 5166 MINDA 0.160 0.010 3825.7 0.157 — — 198.4
1.980 1.830 1.880 1.860 5009 WTHORSE 1.880 -0.010 12 1.863 79.66 5.32 451.2 7.799 6.730 7.180 6.990 3816 MISC 7.180 0.050 2933 7.154 16.20 4.18 32,050.0
0.978 0.625 0.670 0.645 4243 WTK 0.670 0.020 124.1 0.657 — 2.99 322.5 2.586 1.390 1.470 1.390 2194 MMCCORP 1.400 -0.050 6434 1.425 18.92 2.86 4,263.1
1.269 0.605 0.640 0.605 7245 WZSATU 0.630 -0.010 262 0.620 12.63 3.17 219.8 0.440 0.250 0.295 0.290 0059 MMODE 0.295 0.005 143.6 0.294 — — 48.0
0.830 0.695 0.745 0.720 5048 YILAI 0.745 0.025 20.8 0.739 — — 119.2 0.080 0.040 0.055 0.050 0043 MTRONIC 0.055 UNCH 385 0.053 91.67 — 53.0
0.415 0.155 0.395 0.380 7020 YKGI 0.390 0.015 3306.3 0.387 — — 136.0 0.280 0.160 0.180 0.165 3891 MUIIND 0.175 0.010 3538.8 0.173 — — 513.2
0.692 0.275 0.310 0.300 7014 YLI 0.300 0.025 10 0.306 — 1.67 30.9 2.420 2.000 2.200 2.070 3905 MULPHA 2.110 0.020 92 2.108 1.83 — 674.4
CONSTRUCTION 3.030 1.934 2.690 2.530 0138 MYEG 2.600 -0.030 18824.6 2.615 41.60 0.65 9,376.4
1.210 0.590 0.670 0.615 5281 ADVCON 0.650 0.035 436.5 0.652 11.57 — 261.4 1.800 1.260 1.580 1.380 5275 MYNEWS 1.550 0.140 319.1 1.492 46.27 0.65 1,057.3
1.200 0.670 0.725 0.690 7078 AZRB 0.725 0.045 31.7 0.717 13.23 2.07 385.4 0.910 0.400 — — 9806 NATWIDE 0.430 — — — — — 51.7
0.570 0.300 0.325 0.305 5190 BENALEC 0.320 0.015 1264.9 0.318 45.07 1.25 259.8 0.465 0.330 0.380 0.365 7241 NGGB 0.380 0.010 1337.1 0.371 — — 174.2
0.475 0.280 0.310 0.300 5932 BPURI 0.310 0.005 255.3 0.307 26.05 — 83.7 0.828 0.535 — — 5533 OCB 0.555 — — — — 1.80 57.1
1.121 0.821 0.900 0.870 8761 BREM 0.885 0.020 9.2 0.887 7.16 1.69 305.7 0.973 0.735 0.760 0.735 0172 OCK 0.740 -0.010 1951.6 0.741 26.24 1.35 644.9
1.220 0.870 0.920 0.890 8591 CRESBLD 0.900 0.005 84.7 0.900 5.56 4.44 159.2 0.180 0.105 0.120 0.110 3018 OLYMPIA 0.120 0.005 525.2 0.115 10.62 — 122.8
2.086 1.560 1.740 1.740 7528 DKLS 1.740 0.130 2 1.740 30.26 1.72 161.3 2.020 0.860 0.975 0.925 5260 OWG 0.975 0.055 486 0.955 39.96 — 260.4
1.410 0.930 1.180 0.990 5253 ECONBHD 1.140 0.145 5771.6 1.108 17.54 1.58 1,524.8 1.280 0.380 1.280 1.240 8419 PANSAR 1.260 0.010 4350.2 1.255 48.46 0.79 388.1
1.439 0.780 0.910 0.835 8877 EKOVEST 0.895 0.060 26414.9 0.880 14.87 2.23 1,914.6 0.728 0.510 0.555 0.530 5125 PANTECH 0.555 0.030 463.1 0.541 8.95 3.60 414.5
0.992 0.635 0.720 0.685 7047 FAJAR 0.720 0.035 247.3 0.703 5.93 3.47 269.2 0.680 0.380 0.410 0.395 5657 PARKSON 0.410 0.020 274.2 0.402 — — 448.5
1.335 0.800 0.905 0.865 9261 GADANG 0.900 0.035 1815.6 0.892 5.07 3.33 595.5 1.288 1.100 1.120 1.110 5041 PBA 1.120 UNCH 21.1 1.120 9.95 3.57 371.0
5.392 4.573 5.130 5.100 5398 GAMUDA 5.130 0.010 4115 5.128 18.25 2.34 12,621.0 0.165 0.050 0.065 0.055 6254 PDZ 0.065 0.005 11516.7 0.060 — — 42.4
2.160 1.168 1.790 1.690 5226 GBGAQRS 1.780 0.090 3150.8 1.747 14.81 0.28 831.7 1.250 0.580 0.620 0.600 5133 PENERGY 0.620 0.025 61.2 0.606 — 3.23 199.5
0.920 0.380 0.445 0.420 5169 HOHUP 0.445 0.025 439 0.427 4.11 — 166.8 0.660 0.200 0.245 0.210 7108 PERDANA 0.240 0.025 5229.1 0.229 — — 186.8
1.736 1.390 1.500 1.450 6238 HSL 1.500 0.050 97.8 1.488 17.73 1.60 874.0 0.090 0.025 0.045 0.035 0047 PERISAI 0.045 0.005 26080.8 0.043 — — 56.7
3.508 2.530 2.900 2.640 3336 IJM 2.900 0.240 4660.2 2.777 18.26 2.59 10,523.2 0.420 0.170 0.240 0.230 7080 PERMAJU 0.240 0.005 221.2 0.239 — — 47.0
0.740 0.330 0.410 0.380 5268 IKHMAS 0.390 0.040 2111.2 0.391 14.34 1.28 212.7 2.070 1.470 1.780 1.640 5219 PESTECH 1.730 0.110 1995.1 1.723 14.27 — 1,322.2
0.820 0.532 0.635 0.590 8834 IREKA 0.630 -0.005 73.8 0.619 — 3.17 117.6 25.700 20.401 25.480 24.860 5681 PETDAG 25.360 0.060 701.3 25.36 22.77 2.96 25,194.0
1.840 1.250 1.470 1.430 4723 JAKS 1.430 -0.010 2472.6 1.448 5.32 — 780.7 0.250 0.030 — — 7027 PETONE 0.055 — — — 9.48 — 2.8
0.500 0.210 0.225 0.220 9083 JETSON 0.225 UNCH 49 0.224 — — 46.5 4.777 3.598 4.260 4.100 7081 PHARMA 4.180 -0.020 6.8 4.213 20.15 4.55 1,086.1
1.935 1.340 1.600 1.400 7161 KERJAYA 1.580 0.190 1656.3 1.521 14.48 1.58 1,962.3 0.125 0.030 0.035 0.035 4464 PHB 0.035 UNCH 1239.9 0.035 — — 57.0
2.430 2.000 2.180 2.020 5171 KIMLUN 2.150 0.140 32.5 2.108 9.85 3.02 689.4 0.225 0.105 0.135 0.120 7201 PICORP 0.130 0.010 2988.6 0.128 86.67 4.69 85.5
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 0.700 0.650 5129 MELATI 0.695 0.050 154.7 0.654 32.78 1.44 83.4 5.665 3.080 3.670 3.410 4634 POS 3.650 0.220 816.3 3.581 38.14 2.93 2,857.1
2.560 1.200 1.310 1.310 8192 MERCURY 1.310 0.060 2.5 1.310 4.40 9.16 52.6 2.416 1.190 1.510 1.330 5204 PRESBHD 1.470 0.090 1060 1.452 39.73 1.87 711.5
0.575 0.260 0.320 0.265 5006 MERGE 0.320 0.050 12.2 0.270 — — 21.4 2.180 0.690 0.800 0.790 8346 PRKCORP 0.800 0.030 6.8 0.797 — — 80.0
1.930 1.020 1.420 1.290 7595 MGB 1.400 0.130 747.4 1.380 15.42 — 693.7 0.844 0.650 0.700 0.660 5272 RANHILL 0.700 0.040 1018.4 0.681 7.98 11.14 621.8
1.245 0.570 0.650 0.610 9571 MITRA 0.640 0.030 1928.3 0.636 5.61 7.50 573.6 0.345 0.215 0.260 0.240 0037 RGB 0.255 0.015 5880.7 0.250 11.23 2.35 342.3
0.425 0.210 — — 5924 MTDACPI 0.235 — — — — — 54.4 1.408 0.734 0.870 0.860 5278 RHONEMA 0.870 0.010 7 0.861 10.39 2.87 144.4
1.670 0.620 0.675 0.645 5085 MUDAJYA 0.670 0.040 102 0.661 — — 405.6 0.687 0.350 0.395 0.375 8567 SALCON 0.385 0.010 567.4 0.385 — — 260.9
3.360 2.408 3.120 2.820 5703 MUHIBAH 3.100 0.280 2232.7 3.030 11.31 1.77 1,494.6 1.270 0.754 1.080 1.050 5147 SAMCHEM 1.070 -0.010 270.7 1.060 11.16 2.80 291.0
0.670 0.420 0.435 0.420 7071 OCR 0.435 UNCH 506.8 0.426 38.50 — 127.2 0.295 0.150 0.170 0.170 9113 SANBUMI 0.170 UNCH 20 0.170 — — 38.5
0.719 0.300 0.335 0.310 8311 PESONA 0.330 0.020 1593.4 0.324 11.50 6.06 229.3 2.100 0.395 0.545 0.510 5218 SAPNRG 0.535 0.020 139390 0.528 — 1.87 3,205.8
1.190 0.900 0.955 0.935 5070 PRTASCO 0.950 0.015 626.1 0.949 13.34 5.79 403.5 2.313 1.563 1.920 1.830 0099 SCICOM 1.920 0.110 194.9 1.875 16.09 4.69 682.5
0.215 0.115 0.135 0.125 7145 PSIPTEK 0.130 0.005 1775.7 0.130 10.48 — 45.3 0.403 0.100 0.120 0.105 7158 SCOMI 0.120 0.010 5463.4 0.117 — — 131.3
4.137 3.000 3.050 3.000 9598 PTARAS 3.050 0.050 13.6 3.025 29.05 6.56 503.7 0.235 0.090 0.110 0.100 7045 SCOMIES 0.110 0.010 1812.4 0.106 — — 257.6
1.050 0.460 0.490 0.460 6807 PUNCAK 0.475 UNCH 1432.6 0.476 — — 213.4 1.563 0.909 — — 7053 SEEHUP 1.270 — — — 66.49 2.13 102.1
1.390 0.680 0.985 0.935 5205 SENDAI 0.970 0.025 7398.4 0.964 8.69 — 757.7 0.730 0.598 0.645 0.640 9792 SEG 0.645 UNCH 59 0.645 19.85 5.43 815.4
2.590 1.763 2.260 2.010 5263 SUNCON 2.240 0.230 2778 2.221 21.01 3.13 2,896.1 1.750 1.120 1.510 1.490 5250 SEM 1.500 UNCH 39.2 1.500 33.26 1.53 1,850.1
0.375 0.230 — — 9717 SYCAL 0.250 — — — 31.25 — 86.8 3.658 1.727 3.230 3.020 5279 SERBADK 3.230 0.230 2602 3.177 13.58 2.11 4,743.3
0.860 0.544 0.695 0.640 5054 TRC 0.695 0.060 258.6 0.661 11.60 2.73 333.9 3.060 2.040 2.770 2.610 4197 SIME 2.740 0.130 26752 2.658 19.04 6.93 18,634.3
2.600 1.500 2.430 2.400 5622 TRIPLC 2.430 0.030 50.7 2.408 8.37 — 168.0 0.720 0.600 — — 9431 SJC 0.610 — — — — 1.64 24.7
0.825 0.460 0.470 0.465 5042 TSRCAP 0.465 -0.005 40 0.468 10.11 — 81.1 0.588 0.295 0.340 0.340 5242 SOLID 0.340 -0.010 10 0.340 28.57 1.00 133.1
0.200 0.110 0.135 0.120 7070 VIZIONE 0.135 0.010 5181.1 0.128 43.55 — 498.9 2.048 1.060 1.110 1.060 6084 STAR 1.090 0.030 300.1 1.087 10.35 11.01 805.0
1.680 0.880 0.985 0.960 3565 WCEHB 0.985 0.025 93.7 0.974 24.02 — 987.7 3.079 2.200 2.220 2.200 9865 SUIWAH 2.220 0.020 11 2.218 12.99 0.45 135.4
2.467 1.130 1.250 1.200 9679 WCT 1.220 0.010 8331.6 1.226 10.85 — 1,727.0 0.130 0.045 0.070 0.055 1201 SUMATEC 0.065 0.010 90233.7 0.062 — — 276.4
0.805 0.535 0.600 0.595 7028 ZECON 0.595 -0.010 245.3 0.598 — — 78.0 1.882 1.460 1.570 1.490 5211 SUNWAY 1.560 0.060 3554.4 1.543 11.67 3.85 7,673.8
0.180 0.085 0.105 0.100 2283 ZELAN 0.100 UNCH 5347.3 0.101 — — 84.5 2.247 1.580 1.730 1.630 6521 SURIA 1.660 0.050 15.5 1.684 9.12 4.22 478.4
TRADING SERVICES 0.335 0.210 0.265 0.225 5173 SYSCORP 0.255 0.025 10355.4 0.251 17.23 — 306.0
0.550 0.325 0.385 0.365 5238 AAX 0.385 0.020 29571.5 0.377 16.74 — 1,597.0 0.665 0.365 0.500 0.450 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.500 0.040 4966.7 0.478 100.00 — 209.7
2.487 1.450 1.820 1.770 6599 AEON 1.800 0.020 1452.6 1.789 26.24 1.67 2,527.2 1.531 0.740 0.850 0.830 8524 TALIWRK 0.830 -0.005 238.7 0.836 34.58 9.64 1,003.9
0.435 0.175 0.195 0.180 7315 AHB 0.195 0.010 765.9 0.186 2.52 — 34.3 2.638 1.550 1.800 1.700 5140 TASCO 1.800 0.100 3.4 1.747 11.29 2.50 360.0
4.750 2.790 — — 5099 AIRASIA 3.930 — — — 8.00 4.58 13,134.0 16.113 12.878 16.000 15.800 5347 TENAGA 15.900 0.020 7859.3 15.89 12.12 4.47 90,089.2
9.450 7.004 9.010 8.860 5014 AIRPORT 9.000 0.040 4068.7 8.982 91.00 1.22 14,932.7 1.404 0.829 0.840 0.830 8702 TEXCHEM 0.830 -0.010 211.8 0.834 — 12.05 103.0
0.325 0.110 0.140 0.120 5115 ALAM 0.140 0.015 6961.8 0.131 — — 129.4 0.150 0.045 0.075 0.065 7206 THHEAVY 0.075 0.005 1127.9 0.069 — — 84.1
0.125 0.070 0.090 0.080 0159 AMEDIA 0.085 0.005 1805.1 0.085 8.85 — 20.4 6.436 4.900 5.670 5.400 4863 TM 5.490 0.020 4028.4 5.593 22.16 3.92 20,631.1
8.038 6.833 7.510 7.500 6351 AMWAY 7.510 0.010 8.5 7.500 23.45 2.66 1,234.5 0.945 0.730 0.755 0.740 0101 TMCLIFE 0.750 0.010 364.4 0.749 46.88 0.23 1,302.3
2.319 2.040 — — 7083 ANALABS 2.040 — — — 12.28 0.49 122.4 1.806 0.990 1.050 1.020 8397 TNLOGIS 1.050 0.030 75.2 1.037 7.35 1.90 483.4
0.055 0.005 0.015 0.010 5194 APFT 0.010 UNCH 529.2 0.015 — — 13.4 0.935 0.455 — — 7218 TOCEAN 0.620 — — — — — 25.4
0.900 0.670 0.840 0.805 5210 ARMADA 0.840 0.035 5533.2 0.832 13.98 — 4,927.7 1.000 0.685 — — 5167 TURBO 0.770 — — — 30.43 — 83.2
0.220 0.115 0.140 0.120 1481 ASB 0.140 0.015 13352.7 0.130 — 1.79 130.1 2.679 2.270 — — 7137 UMS 2.350 — — — 17.18 2.55 95.6
2.858 1.741 1.810 1.750 6399 ASTRO 1.780 0.010 2398.4 1.777 12.03 6.74 9,280.7 0.673 0.215 0.275 0.240 5243 UMWOG 0.275 0.030 174190 0.262 — — 2,259.3
4.669 3.862 4.510 4.470 7048 ATLAN 4.500 UNCH 3 4.493 32.40 6.89 1,141.4 1.294 0.915 0.940 0.940 7091 UNIMECH 0.940 -0.005 10 0.940 8.79 3.19 123.9
0.365 0.280 0.320 0.290 8885 AVI 0.320 -0.005 115 0.295 — — 274.7 0.700 0.330 0.360 0.360 5754 UTUSAN 0.360 0.010 20 0.360 — — 39.9
1.168 0.640 0.740 0.670 7579 AWC 0.735 0.070 1403.6 0.719 9.18 2.72 200.3 1.980 1.180 1.330 1.230 7250 UZMA 1.300 0.070 630.3 1.276 15.97 — 416.0
5.820 4.497 5.320 5.240 6888 AXIATA 5.320 0.060 3491.3 5.302 52.16 1.50 48,141.2 1.240 0.600 0.915 0.810 7240 VERTICE 0.900 0.065 99.6 0.844 — — 130.7
0.630 0.320 0.370 0.355 5021 AYS 0.370 0.020 406.8 0.362 5.22 6.76 140.8 2.200 1.803 — — 5016 WARISAN 2.050 — — — 27.08 1.46 137.8
0.670 0.220 0.250 0.235 7251 BARAKAH 0.250 0.015 2406.4 0.243 — — 206.6 0.630 0.450 — — 7692 WIDETEC 0.630 — — — 19.50 — 28.2
2.415 1.782 2.280 2.140 5248 BAUTO 2.270 0.130 3453.3 2.242 25.25 3.77 2,636.2 3.974 3.052 3.500 3.460 5246 WPRTS 3.460 -0.010 2714 3.470 18.12 4.14 11,798.6
0.260 0.125 0.140 0.125 6998 BINTAI 0.140 0.010 221.9 0.130 — — 40.5 1.448 1.020 1.120 1.090 5267 XINHWA 1.120 0.010 9 1.100 21.83 0.89 241.9
6.278 5.662 5.930 5.930 5032 BIPORT 5.930 0.130 0.1 5.930 17.70 3.54 2,727.8 0.065 0.005 — — 7122 YFG 0.005 — — — — — 3.0
0.415 0.270 0.310 0.295 3395 BJCORP 0.305 0.005 12143.3 0.302 — — 1,501.7 4.400 3.041 4.150 3.850 7293 YINSON 4.150 0.270 350 4.056 15.42 1.20 4,535.8
1.889 1.356 1.730 1.710 5196 BJFOOD 1.720 UNCH 120 1.714 — 2.33 656.8 1.550 1.090 1.440 1.420 4677 YTL 1.420 -0.020 1787.3 1.428 19.56 3.52 15,493.0
0.565 0.255 0.280 0.270 4219 BJLAND 0.270 UNCH 1555.5 0.270 128.5 — 1,350.1 FINANCE
0.470 0.165 — — 6025 BJMEDIA 0.225 — — — — — 52.9 4.410 3.539 4.300 4.210 2488 ABMB 4.260 -0.040 213.1 4.262 13.14 3.76 6,594.9
2.769 2.060 2.130 2.110 1562 BJTOTO 2.120 UNCH 1155 2.123 10.84 7.08 2,864.2 14.600 11.782 12.400 12.300 5139 AEONCR 12.300 -0.100 143.9 12.31 61.19 3.48 3,059.7
0.135 0.065 0.080 0.075 7036 BORNOIL 0.075 -0.005 26409.6 0.077 46.88 — 400.5 2.888 2.193 2.410 2.360 5185 AFFIN 2.400 0.020 118.9 2.395 8.96 2.92 4,663.1
0.755 0.240 0.375 0.335 9474 BRAHIMS 0.360 0.010 3519.4 0.362 — — 85.1 15.458 10.980 11.140 10.980 1163 ALLIANZ 11.000 -0.080 24.3 11.02 6.65 1.09 1,933.8
3.005 2.430 2.570 2.530 2771 BSTEAD 2.560 0.030 160.5 2.542 11.23 4.30 5,189.1 5.485 3.610 3.950 3.700 1015 AMBANK 3.920 0.180 2251.4 3.891 9.71 4.49 11,815.6
0.620 0.280 0.310 0.285 5257 CARIMIN 0.305 0.020 304.9 0.303 — — 71.3 1.950 0.995 1.050 1.040 5088 APEX 1.050 0.010 37 1.040 15.15 4.76 224.2
2.200 1.396 1.460 1.460 5245 CARING 1.460 0.010 0.1 1.460 18.53 2.05 317.9 4.461 3.760 3.930 3.870 5258 BIMB 3.930 0.100 395.3 3.902 10.36 3.56 6,655.7
2.828 1.830 — — 2925 CCB 1.860 — — — — 2.69 187.4 7.646 5.962 7.280 6.980 1818 BURSA 7.240 0.260 1532.5 7.195 17.41 5.32 5,837.3
1.440 0.675 0.720 0.705 7117 CENTURY 0.710 0.020 687.7 0.713 18.25 2.11 279.9 7.268 5.126 7.060 7.000 1023 CIMB 7.040 0.020 15949 7.029 14.17 3.55 64,947.9
0.540 0.376 — — 7209 CHEETAH 0.380 — — — — 1.58 48.5 0.705 0.370 0.500 0.500 2143 ECM 0.500 -0.020 30 0.500 147.06 — 143.3
1.441 0.977 1.120 1.090 5273 CHINHIN 1.120 0.030 519.7 1.113 19.38 3.13 623.2 1.220 1.112 1.190 1.180 5228 ELKDESA 1.190 0.010 96 1.182 12.11 5.67 355.1
0.675 0.420 0.470 0.430 7016 CHUAN 0.470 0.050 20.1 0.430 12.91 3.83 79.3 19.847 13.154 18.700 18.560 5819 HLBANK 18.680 -0.020 530.5 18.67 16.10 2.46 40,493.0
0.150 0.065 0.075 0.070 5104 CNI 0.075 UNCH 409 0.073 — — 54.0 10.100 7.327 — — 5274 HLCAP 9.790 — — — 30.77 1.94 2,417.1
1.110 0.620 0.655 0.620 5136 COMPLET 0.650 -0.005 35 0.633 12.04 — 80.4 19.600 15.278 19.200 18.980 1082 HLFG 19.200 0.140 221.1 19.04 13.49 1.98 22,032.3
0.045 0.020 0.025 0.025 5037 COMPUGT 0.025 UNCH 1050.5 0.025 — — 58.7 1.129 0.735 0.830 0.800 3379 INSAS 0.830 0.050 687.1 0.819 3.11 1.20 575.5
2.820 2.220 2.470 2.390 5184 CYPARK 2.430 0.030 150.6 2.426 10.98 2.30 635.2 0.400 0.205 0.255 0.230 3441 JOHAN 0.255 0.020 1096.7 0.244 11.92 — 158.9
0.865 0.335 0.380 0.380 5276 DANCO 0.380 UNCH 13.7 0.380 9.74 3.95 113.2 0.690 0.520 0.585 0.565 6483 KENANGA 0.570 0.005 23.8 0.576 17.07 3.95 411.9
0.110 0.025 0.030 0.025 0091 DAYA 0.030 UNCH 4267.1 0.030 — — 61.3 17.360 16.340 16.460 16.380 8621 LPI 16.400 UNCH 47.6 16.40 20.82 3.66 6,533.5
0.920 0.535 0.790 0.735 5141 DAYANG 0.770 0.020 1106.5 0.770 — — 742.9 0.819 0.660 0.685 0.665 1198 MAA 0.675 -0.015 74.8 0.670 7.34 8.89 184.6
1.150 0.720 1.050 1.010 5132 DELEUM 1.040 0.050 412.8 1.034 12.90 4.09 417.0 3.410 2.920 — — 1058 MANULFE 2.930 — — — 21.17 3.58 592.9
0.775 0.390 0.450 0.425 7212 DESTINI 0.445 0.030 1531.3 0.439 16.73 — 514.1 10.600 8.420 10.480 10.440 1155 MAYBANK 10.480 0.020 18838.5 10.46 14.44 5.25 114,386
3.200 1.747 3.170 3.060 7277 DIALOG 3.140 0.040 17925.2 3.114 36.81 0.84 17,714.8 1.380 1.010 1.190 1.100 1171 MBSB 1.180 0.070 8194.7 1.146 16.60 2.54 7,256.9
5.233 3.790 3.890 3.790 5908 DKSH 3.820 -0.080 18 3.822 11.58 2.62 602.3 2.840 2.190 2.500 2.450 6459 MNRB 2.500 0.050 14 2.486 6.02 — 799.0
0.683 0.335 0.395 0.365 4456 DNEX 0.395 0.020 24178.1 0.382 12.19 1.27 694.1 1.850 1.210 1.350 1.300 5237 MPHBCAP 1.340 0.030 142.1 1.320 12.69 — 958.1
1.322 0.765 0.895 0.820 5216 DSONIC 0.890 0.070 2037 0.872 17.69 5.06 1,201.5 1.170 1.006 1.080 1.060 6009 P&O 1.080 UNCH 17.5 1.072 — 5.95 309.9
0.295 0.125 0.175 0.150 2097 EASTLND 0.170 0.015 4971.3 0.166 — — 41.8 24.120 19.303 23.980 23.840 1295 PBBANK 23.960 0.020 6029.8 23.94 16.91 2.55 93,016.0
0.675 0.280 0.345 0.320 5259 EATECH 0.335 0.010 770.4 0.334 — — 168.8 1.850 1.060 1.270 1.220 9296 RCECAP 1.260 0.040 498 1.252 4.91 2.38 448.6
0.930 0.210 0.665 0.605 5036 EDARAN 0.655 0.040 238.7 0.644 — — 39.3 5.610 4.710 5.300 5.170 1066 RHBBANK 5.250 0.080 944.6 5.243 10.79 2.29 21,052.7
0.290 0.115 0.135 0.120 7471 EDEN 0.135 0.015 1386.8 0.129 — — 42.0 0.708 0.495 0.550 0.515 4898 TA 0.545 0.030 1524.9 0.531 3.85 3.12 933.0
2.907 1.980 2.150 2.080 1368 EDGENTA 2.100 -0.030 793.6 2.107 12.98 6.19 1,746.4 4.080 3.170 3.400 3.400 6139 TAKAFUL 3.400 0.050 10.4 3.400 13.55 4.41 2,802.3
0.505 0.190 0.240 0.205 0064 EFFICEN 0.230 0.040 420.9 0.220 — — 163.1 1.620 0.710 0.765 0.740 5230 TUNEPRO 0.750 0.010 1947.8 0.754 12.25 6.93 563.8
0.955 0.585 — — 5081 EIG 0.600 — — — 31.09 5.00 142.3 PROPERTIES
2.051 1.440 1.450 1.440 5208 EITA 1.440 -0.010 278.4 1.449 11.29 3.47 187.2 0.824 0.645 0.685 0.660 1007 AMPROP 0.670 0.005 54.9 0.672 3.77 4.48 408.0
1.508 0.960 1.020 1.000 5056 ENGTEX 1.000 UNCH 2031.2 1.002 6.46 1.25 443.3 0.420 0.305 0.330 0.315 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.330 0.010 49.1 0.321 — 6.06 95.4
0.581 0.435 — — 6939 FIAMMA 0.490 — — — 9.80 3.57 259.7 1.850 1.000 1.010 1.000 5959 AMVERTON 1.010 -0.040 14 1.003 15.14 — 368.7
0.465 0.355 0.405 0.400 9318 FITTERS 0.405 0.005 249 0.401 4050 — 194.6 0.750 0.310 — — 7007 ARK 0.310 — — — 81.58 — 15.1
1.423 1.050 1.100 1.100 7210 FREIGHT 1.100 UNCH 49 1.100 9.04 4.55 204.8 0.230 0.135 0.140 0.135 4057 ASIAPAC 0.140 0.005 647.5 0.140 5.51 — 144.5
0.525 0.217 0.415 0.385 0128 FRONTKN 0.415 0.020 12304.9 0.406 14.51 1.20 437.2 7.600 5.820 6.050 6.000 2305 AYER 6.050 -0.150 7 6.014 36.64 0.83 452.9
0.295 0.150 0.180 0.180 9377 FSBM 0.180 -0.015 1 0.180 — — 25.4 0.520 0.350 0.400 0.395 6602 BCB 0.400 0.005 20 0.395 17.94 — 165.0
3.013 2.634 2.810 2.760 5209 GASMSIA 2.800 0.040 1067.4 2.789 18.47 4.59 3,595.2 0.765 0.425 0.470 0.450 6173 BDB 0.470 UNCH 2.3 0.457 — 9.57 142.8
0.820 0.465 0.525 0.485 0078 GDEX 0.525 0.040 842.7 0.512 86.07 0.48 2,941.4 0.600 0.185 0.215 0.190 9814 BERTAM 0.215 0.020 369.5 0.211 0.71 — 44.5
6.163 4.590 4.950 4.850 4715 GENM 4.950 0.010 4190.7 4.930 24.16 1.82 29,393.3 0.700 0.390 0.420 0.410 3239 BJASSET 0.415 UNCH 2098.8 0.414 7.31 — 1,061.6
9.882 8.470 8.940 8.760 3182 GENTING 8.940 0.040 1895.1 8.869 24.41 1.62 34,489.0 1.400 1.000 1.060 1.030 5738 CHHB 1.030 -0.010 7.1 1.033 — — 284.0
0.275 0.185 0.220 0.190 5079 GETS 0.220 0.030 17.5 0.192 — — 27.7 1.663 1.250 1.290 1.250 6718 CRESNDO 1.290 0.040 30 1.263 10.31 4.65 361.8
4.414 2.656 4.030 3.810 3204 GKENT 4.000 0.150 2220.4 3.949 18.12 2.38 2,253.1 1.720 1.380 1.530 1.530 5049 CVIEW 1.530 0.030 0.1 1.530 5.37 9.80 153.0
0.555 0.340 0.410 0.390 7676 GUNUNG 0.400 0.010 30.1 0.397 — — 94.5 2.375 2.000 — — 5355 DAIMAN 2.130 — — — 14.39 2.58 452.0
5.526 4.560 4.950 4.730 7668 HAIO 4.840 0.010 142.1 4.832 18.20 3.51 1,453.2 0.811 0.420 0.495 0.460 3484 DBHD 0.495 0.015 282.5 0.486 9.00 — 157.6
0.335 0.205 0.270 0.250 7253 HANDAL 0.265 UNCH 331.4 0.251 — — 42.4 0.115 0.065 0.075 0.070 7198 DPS 0.075 0.005 511.6 0.071 — — 44.1
9.980 8.700 9.840 9.700 3034 HAPSENG 9.700 -0.150 127.6 9.753 21.88 3.61 24,149.9 1.893 1.350 1.450 1.430 3417 E&O 1.450 0.010 330.8 1.439 16.69 2.07 1,923.7
0.876 0.645 0.700 0.655 2062 HARBOUR 0.665 0.005 52.2 0.671 8.49 2.26 266.3 0.325 0.265 0.305 0.295 3557 ECOFIRS 0.300 -0.005 454.1 0.300 5.86 — 240.9
4.200 3.239 — — 5008 HARISON 3.950 — — — 12.73 6.33 270.5 1.720 0.975 1.120 1.010 8206 ECOWLD 1.080 0.070 2783.7 1.071 26.87 — 3,179.9
1.910 0.721 1.480 1.450 0185 HSSEB 1.470 -0.020 620.5 1.468 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 0.100 UNCH 13270.3 0.100 — — 236.3 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 0.905 0.870 6815 EUPE 0.905 0.025 30.1 0.875 37.24 — 115.8 CLOSED-END FUNDS
0.833 0.305 0.320 0.310 7249 EWEIN 0.315 UNCH 569.1 0.318 8.73 1.59 95.0 2.880 2.400 2.490 2.450 5108 ICAP 2.470 UNCH 24.5 2.465 121.67 — 345.8
1.270 0.955 1.010 0.985 5283 EWINT 1.010 0.025 204.8 0.999 — — 2,424.0 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
0.617 0.450 0.455 0.455 6041 FARLIM 0.455 -0.010 17 0.455 8.15 4.40 63.8 1.153 1.105 — — 0800EA ABFMY1 1.153 — — — — 4.93 1,459.0
0.630 0.450 0.505 0.495 5020 GLOMAC 0.500 UNCH 332 0.500 58.14 5.46 400.0 2.210 1.835 1.990 1.990 0822EA CIMBA40 1.990 UNCH 3 1.990 — 3.71 5.4
0.468 0.360 0.375 0.360 9962 GMUTUAL 0.375 0.015 229 0.364 7.09 5.33 140.9 1.845 1.400 1.610 1.600 0823EA CIMBC50 1.610 0.020 63 1.605 — — 15.7
0.445 0.240 0.275 0.260 1147 GOB 0.270 0.005 294.2 0.270 — 1.85 122.8 1.935 1.750 — — 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.930 — — — — 1.71 3.2
0.150 0.085 0.105 0.090 7077 GSB 0.105 0.020 190 0.096 — — 55.5 1.775 1.685 — — 0828EA GOLDETF 1.720 — — — — — 34.6
1.328 0.850 0.925 0.900 1503 GUOCO 0.905 UNCH 44.3 0.903 70.16 2.21 633.9 1.100 0.940 — — 0826EA METFAPA 1.020 — — — — — 19.4
1.430 0.829 1.270 1.260 7105 HCK 1.270 -0.010 25 1.268 64.47 — 534.9 0.940 0.820 0.834 0.834 0825EA METFSID 0.834 0.004 0.3 0.834 — 1.81 44.2
1.210 0.410 0.645 0.620 7010 HOOVER 0.640 0.010 56.1 0.628 19.81 — 25.6 1.015 0.950 0.960 0.960 0827EA METFUS50 0.960 -0.005 0.9 0.960 — — 11.3
1.113 0.440 0.480 0.470 5062 HUAYANG 0.475 0.010 173.1 0.475 15.18 8.42 167.2 1.200 1.060 1.200 1.200 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.200 0.020 3.7 1.200 — 1.99 307.6
0.648 0.450 0.515 0.475 4251 IBHD 0.490 0.025 95 0.491 6.89 3.84 494.1 1.175 1.050 1.150 1.150 0824EA MYETFID 1.150 UNCH 0.1 1.150 — 2.44 33.1
0.953 0.500 0.760 0.560 5084 IBRACO 0.760 0.175 6.2 0.701 26.86 2.63 377.3 REITS
0.890 0.595 — — 9687 IDEAL 0.665 — — — 4.67 — 73.5 0.912 0.700 0.750 0.750 4952 AHP 0.750 0.030 2 0.750 9.48 6.93 165.0
2.158 1.500 1.540 1.500 5249 IOIPG 1.500 -0.040 2754 1.515 10.62 4.00 8,259.2 1.502 1.080 1.270 1.200 5116 ALAQAR 1.250 0.090 22.5 1.238 10.75 6.16 910.3
0.580 0.245 0.280 0.260 5175 IVORY 0.280 -0.040 116.7 0.276 10.37 — 137.2 1.003 0.840 0.875 0.840 5269 ALSREIT 0.865 0.015 215.5 0.866 12.36 6.94 501.7
3.250 0.780 0.895 0.810 1589 IWCITY 0.885 0.065 10404.3 0.862 26.34 — 741.1 0.767 0.595 0.610 0.600 5120 AMFIRST 0.605 0.005 213.3 0.604 17.04 7.02 415.3
0.500 0.255 0.350 0.335 8923 JIANKUN 0.350 0.020 74 0.336 — — 58.4 0.933 0.825 0.830 0.825 5127 ARREIT 0.830 UNCH 87.1 0.830 6.41 6.60 475.8
0.130 0.080 0.090 0.080 6769 JKGLAND 0.085 UNCH 2158 0.084 9.55 2.71 193.4 1.168 1.060 1.080 1.070 5130 ATRIUM 1.080 0.010 25 1.072 14.56 6.85 131.5
0.095 0.055 0.090 0.080 3115 KBUNAI 0.085 0.010 9340.6 0.082 13.49 — 491.0 1.645 1.190 1.310 1.290 5106 AXREIT 1.300 UNCH 1172.1 1.300 13.22 5.77 1,602.0
1.100 0.805 0.865 0.865 7323 KEN 0.865 0.035 1 0.865 3.23 2.89 165.8 1.762 0.980 1.160 1.080 5180 CMMT 1.140 0.060 3139.7 1.123 14.30 7.21 2,326.3
1.310 0.930 0.965 0.935 5038 KSL 0.960 0.015 54.7 0.956 4.48 — 996.0 1.473 1.103 1.170 1.150 5121 HEKTAR 1.170 UNCH 117.3 1.162 15.29 8.16 540.5
0.260 0.160 0.175 0.165 3174 L&G 0.170 UNCH 2220.5 0.170 7.87 — 498.2 1.744 1.460 1.560 1.520 5227 IGBREIT 1.540 UNCH 435.2 1.541 15.73 6.03 5,419.0
1.300 0.950 — — 8494 LBICAP 0.960 — — — 15.12 3.13 78.4 0.930 0.685 0.735 0.715 5280 KIPREIT 0.735 0.005 85.8 0.727 11.85 7.03 371.4
1.120 0.774 0.945 0.915 5789 LBS 0.945 0.015 1210 0.934 13.25 1.93 1,465.4 8.517 6.770 7.380 7.040 5235SS KLCC 7.150 0.100 500.8 7.184 14.70 5.06 12,908.1
0.480 0.275 0.365 0.345 3573 LIENHOE 0.365 0.015 144.2 0.355 — — 132.0 1.267 0.995 1.020 1.000 5123 MQREIT 1.010 UNCH 2870.7 1.008 15.42 8.31 1,082.5
1.640 1.030 1.140 1.140 7617 MAGNA 1.140 0.010 5 1.140 28.50 — 381.8 1.711 1.320 1.420 1.400 5212 PAVREIT 1.410 -0.010 1450 1.414 17.09 5.84 4,278.6
1.590 0.980 1.170 1.090 8583 MAHSING 1.150 0.060 7404 1.145 9.16 5.65 2,791.8 1.868 1.480 1.560 1.520 5176 SUNREIT 1.550 0.020 1015 1.540 10.41 6.25 4,564.9
1.892 0.740 0.855 0.815 6181 MALTON 0.840 0.010 1700.5 0.840 4.23 2.98 443.6 1.199 1.000 1.000 1.000 5111 TWRREIT 1.000 UNCH 29 1.000 14.16 6.00 280.5
2.239 1.840 2.020 1.950 5236 MATRIX 2.010 0.090 438.7 1.994 7.22 6.14 1,510.9 1.702 1.330 1.370 1.330 5110 UOAREIT 1.350 -0.020 83 1.345 15.08 6.33 570.9
2.310 1.365 2.030 2.000 7189 MBWORLD 2.030 0.010 10.6 2.010 6.42 1.72 319.5 1.258 1.070 1.120 1.110 5109 YTLREIT 1.110 -0.010 1081.8 1.110 15.66 6.96 1,891.9
1.150 0.755 — — 5182 MCT 0.875 — — — 26.52 — 1,274.9 SPAC
0.525 0.370 0.385 0.380 5040 MEDAINC 0.380 -0.005 459.5 0.380 — — 187.2 0.720 0.715 — — 5234 CLIQ 0.720 — — — — — 454.3
0.567 0.350 0.435 0.410 1694 MENANG 0.435 0.005 8.1 0.410 43.50 — 209.1 0.480 0.445 0.465 0.465 5270 RSENA 0.465 -0.005 105 0.465 — — 465.0
0.605 0.285 0.310 0.300 8141 MJPERAK 0.310 0.010 29.3 0.308 — 6.90 79.7 0.480 0.475 — — 5241 SONA 0.475 — — — — — 670.1
2.506 1.350 1.400 1.350 6114 MKH 1.390 0.030 261.6 1.390 6.51 3.60 815.3
0.345 0.170 0.190 0.170 8893 MKLAND 0.185 0.010 452.9 0.182 12.17 — 223.3
0.215 0.075 0.095 0.080 6548 MPCORP 0.080 0.005 9.6 0.080 — — 23.0
1.519 0.855 1.050 0.985 1651 MRCB 1.040 0.045 18823.4 1.017 16.48 2.31 4,566.4
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1.630 0.940 1.000 0.960 5073 NAIM 1.000 0.050 209.1 0.972 — — 250.0 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
2.520 2.060 2.190 2.190 5827 OIB 2.190 0.120 0.1 2.190 7.73 3.20 339.1 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
1.116 0.960 0.990 0.975 5053 OSK 0.990 0.010 172.2 0.984 5.14 5.22 2,074.3
2.007 1.545 1.910 1.840 1724 PARAMON 1.900 0.070 519.4 1.897 6.04 4.47 813.7 CONSUMER PRODUCTS
0.695 0.390 0.440 0.435 6912 PASDEC 0.440 -0.020 201.1 0.440 16.36 — 125.8 0.280 0.190 0.215 0.210 0179 BIOHLDG 0.215 0.010 2070.3 0.213 20.48 0.47 174.0
1.983 1.131 1.730 1.730 7055 PLB 1.730 0.020 1 1.730 18.44 0.46 194.4 0.265 0.095 0.105 0.095 0170 KANGER 0.100 Unch 4077.2 0.100 10.53 — 80.4
1.766 1.350 1.420 1.420 5075 PLENITU 1.420 UNCH 29.8 1.420 10.33 3.17 541.8 0.295 0.160 0.170 0.165 0182 LKL 0.170 0.010 105 0.167 113.33 2.06 72.9
0.425 0.285 0.330 0.330 2208 PTGTIN 0.330 0.020 10 0.330 — — 114.2 0.450 0.200 0.240 0.240 0148 SUNZEN 0.240 Unch 100 0.240 33.33 1.25 115.8
1.180 0.730 0.780 0.780 4596 SAPRES 0.780 -0.010 2 0.780 7.78 3.85 108.9 0.320 0.200 0.245 0.235 0197 WEGMANS 0.245 0.010 220.7 0.241 6.75 — 122.5
0.820 0.470 0.550 0.505 5207 SBCCORP 0.550 0.050 44.6 0.517 — — 129.2 0.085 0.030 0.055 0.050 0095 XINGHE 0.055 Unch 475 0.051 — — 141.5
1.012 0.805 0.820 0.805 2224 SDRED 0.820 0.010 25.4 0.814 2.56 3.05 349.4 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
0.580 0.365 0.415 0.410 4286 SEAL 0.415 0.015 15 0.412 — — 100.8 0.192 0.090 0.100 0.090 0105 ASIAPLY 0.100 0.005 1353.7 0.096 58.82 5.00 43.3
2.775 2.474 2.600 2.600 6017 SHL 2.600 UNCH 4 2.600 8.18 7.12 629.5 0.130 0.065 0.075 0.070 0072 AT 0.075 0.005 313 0.073 — — 31.6
1.780 1.040 1.470 1.400 5288 SIMEPROP 1.450 0.030 3290.2 1.430 1.48 2.76 9,861.2 0.445 0.220 0.250 0.235 0163 CAREPLS 0.250 0.020 1396.2 0.245 — — 126.6
0.305 0.170 0.200 0.190 4375 SMI 0.195 0.010 147.8 0.193 1.42 — 40.9 0.330 0.150 0.155 0.155 0102 CONNECT 0.155 -0.005 46.8 0.155 43.06 — 50.9
0.816 0.560 0.580 0.570 5213 SNTORIA 0.575 -0.010 720.4 0.575 8.09 — 326.2 0.443 0.240 0.285 0.255 0190 ESAFE 0.285 0.040 199.7 0.255 114.00 — 68.6
5.363 4.140 4.220 4.160 1783 SPB 4.220 0.030 27.9 4.190 190.09 2.84 1,450.1 0.481 0.160 0.190 0.170 0100 ESCERAM 0.185 0.020 372.4 0.182 12.17 3.24 38.0
3.995 2.770 2.840 2.800 8664 SPSETIA 2.810 UNCH 5181.1 2.813 12.02 5.48 10,552.3 0.370 0.195 0.210 0.195 0175 HHGROUP 0.200 0.005 75 0.202 166.67 — 61.7
1.590 1.100 1.180 1.120 3743 SUNSURIA 1.180 -0.020 73.6 1.128 9.34 — 942.6 0.145 0.085 0.090 0.090 0160 HHHCORP 0.090 Unch 121.2 0.090 39.13 — 30.0
1.035 0.695 0.795 0.735 1538 SYMLIFE 0.735 -0.065 691.7 0.754 5.16 4.08 227.9 0.355 0.220 0.250 0.250 0188 HLT 0.250 0.005 120 0.250 — — 99.5
0.490 0.225 0.265 0.255 4022 TADMAX 0.265 0.005 558.3 0.260 — — 179.2 0.555 0.230 0.345 0.325 0162 IJACOBS 0.340 0.015 844.7 0.338 49.28 — 46.9
0.410 0.280 0.305 0.290 5158 TAGB 0.305 0.010 563.4 0.298 10.00 1.31 1,623.1 0.149 0.065 0.080 0.075 0024 JAG 0.080 0.005 4905.2 0.078 12.31 2.38 110.2
0.055 0.035 0.040 0.035 2259 TALAMT 0.040 0.005 359 0.035 — — 168.8 0.250 0.140 0.155 0.140 0025 LNGRES 0.155 0.010 725 0.147 62.00 — 37.5
1.423 0.735 0.765 0.735 5191 TAMBUN 0.750 0.015 1201.2 0.744 3.88 13.33 325.0 0.115 0.045 0.055 0.050 0070 MQTECH 0.055 0.005 1291.2 0.050 — — 22.8
0.165 0.095 0.110 0.100 2429 TANCO 0.110 UNCH 105.7 0.103 — — 73.9 0.848 0.430 0.515 0.480 0049 OCNCASH 0.515 0.045 184.5 0.504 11.68 1.55 114.8
0.305 0.175 0.190 0.185 7889 THRIVEN 0.190 0.005 21.5 0.188 316.67 — 71.6 0.610 0.220 0.230 0.230 0038 PTB 0.230 0.010 2 0.230 — — 34.6
0.085 0.020 0.030 0.020 7079 TIGER 0.025 UNCH 16670.3 0.024 — — 43.0 0.175 0.080 0.105 0.085 0133 SANICHI 0.105 0.015 972.2 0.098 — — 38.9
0.900 0.455 0.495 0.475 5239 TITIJYA 0.490 0.015 347.6 0.482 5.46 0.51 658.8 0.060 0.025 0.035 0.025 0109 SCBUILD 0.030 0.005 2732.5 0.030 25.00 — 26.5
1.036 0.845 0.880 0.870 5401 TROP 0.880 0.005 189.4 0.876 6.73 1.82 1,294.0 0.460 0.155 0.350 0.315 0001 SCOMNET 0.345 0.035 528.2 0.331 32.55 — 83.8
1.360 0.915 0.980 0.935 5148 UEMS 0.980 0.040 4374.5 0.964 15.88 — 4,446.7 0.289 0.130 0.155 0.140 0028 SCOPE 0.150 0.010 130.7 0.145 25.00 3.33 84.1
2.700 2.300 2.370 2.360 5200 UOADEV 2.360 -0.010 220.4 2.362 8.10 6.36 4,092.8 0.290 0.140 0.165 0.160 0055 SERSOL 0.165 0.005 94 0.161 137.50 — 35.5
0.525 0.210 0.235 0.230 6378 WMG 0.235 0.005 4.2 0.230 — — 100.1 0.875 0.260 0.420 0.355 0084 TECFAST 0.405 0.050 3615.9 0.390 25.96 1.38 92.4
1.100 0.905 — — 7003 Y&G 0.975 — — — 40.12 — 194.4 TECHNOLOGY
1.620 1.300 1.440 1.390 3158 YNHPROP 1.440 0.030 460.6 1.421 23.38 — 761.8 0.395 0.150 0.170 0.165 0018 ACCSOFT 0.170 0.010 340 0.168 18.48 — 355.2
1.750 1.300 1.410 1.380 7066 YONGTAI 1.400 UNCH 630.2 1.395 33.98 — 674.2 0.750 0.330 0.435 0.360 0181 AEMULUS 0.430 0.065 2835.7 0.397 23.76 — 188.7
0.640 0.460 0.480 0.460 2577 YTLLAND 0.465 -0.010 609 0.464 16.20 — 392.6 0.430 0.210 0.270 0.245 0119 APPASIA 0.260 0.020 721.7 0.258 — — 89.8
MINING 0.410 0.120 0.230 0.190 0068 ASDION 0.230 0.035 12087.8 0.213 — — 26.7
2.900 1.200 2.310 2.200 2186 KUCHAI 2.310 0.130 351.7 2.275 3.12 0.42 285.9 1.450 0.580 1.190 1.120 0098 BAHVEST 1.180 0.080 5381.6 1.157 — — 714.7
PLANTATIONS 0.644 0.355 0.430 0.395 0195 BINACOM 0.425 0.030 1999.6 0.411 — 1.18 110.5
0.280 0.180 — — 7054 AASIA 0.185 — — — — — 122.1 0.764 0.555 — — 0191 CABNET 0.595 — — — 13.11 — 77.4
19.627 17.818 18.300 18.000 1899 BKAWAN 18.300 0.300 199.3 18.00 13.03 3.28 7,977.9 0.250 0.040 0.125 0.115 0152 DGB 0.115 -0.005 21049.2 0.119 — — 83.9
8.569 8.080 8.090 8.080 5069 BLDPLNT 8.080 -0.010 7.1 8.083 19.07 0.37 755.5 0.160 0.030 0.085 0.070 0131 DGSB 0.085 0.015 17947 0.076 — — 115.2
1.750 1.437 1.750 1.690 5254 BPLANT 1.740 0.050 524.1 1.716 4.18 7.18 2,784.0 0.068 0.035 0.045 0.040 0154 EAH 0.045 0.005 30768.2 0.041 112.50 — 156.5
1.000 0.720 0.750 0.735 8982 CEPAT 0.750 0.010 97.4 0.744 8.39 2.67 238.8 0.215 0.075 0.085 0.085 0107 EDUSPEC 0.085 0.005 478 0.085 — — 85.2
8.141 7.200 7.200 7.200 1929 CHINTEK 7.200 UNCH 2 7.200 17.13 2.78 657.8 0.310 0.049 0.175 0.150 0116 FOCUS 0.155 0.010 12251.8 0.161 64.58 — 316.4
0.735 0.415 0.570 0.565 3948 DUTALND 0.570 UNCH 394.6 0.565 — — 482.3 1.750 0.820 1.340 1.280 0104 GENETEC 1.340 0.060 3 1.290 30.25 — 52.8
9.693 8.520 9.200 9.200 5029 FAREAST 9.200 UNCH 1.2 9.200 11.08 3.26 1,300.8 0.090 0.035 — — 0045 GNB 0.035 — — — — — 10.1
2.180 1.468 1.920 1.690 5222 FGV 1.900 0.170 20452.7 1.813 47.50 2.76 6,931.5 0.195 0.110 0.135 0.135 0074 GOCEAN 0.135 Unch 220 0.135 — — 39.1
11.447 9.416 10.280 9.960 2291 GENP 10.000 -0.180 87.6 10.16 23.63 1.50 8,035.3 0.100 0.040 0.045 0.045 0174 IDMENSN 0.045 0.005 60 0.045 — — 24.5
0.653 0.470 — — 7382 GLBHD 0.470 — — — 15.06 2.13 104.8 0.454 0.250 0.305 0.265 0023 IFCAMSC 0.305 0.025 2301.8 0.291 18.37 1.64 185.5
1.450 1.125 — — 2135 GOPENG 1.400 — — — 45.31 2.86 251.1 0.145 0.060 0.080 0.065 0094 INIX 0.075 0.005 2176.3 0.072 — — 19.0
0.850 0.550 0.560 0.550 7501 HARNLEN 0.550 -0.010 4 0.560 13.41 — 102.0 0.245 0.135 0.185 0.170 0010 IRIS 0.185 0.010 20774.2 0.177 — — 457.3
2.637 2.393 — — 5138 HSPLANT 2.440 — — — 14.46 4.51 1,952.0 1.450 0.432 0.735 0.710 0146 JFTECH 0.725 -0.005 260.1 0.716 20.03 1.66 152.2
3.147 2.190 2.240 2.240 2216 IJMPLNT 2.240 UNCH 163 2.240 33.68 3.13 1,972.5 1.694 0.700 1.100 0.985 0127 JHM 1.060 0.080 10233.5 1.051 18.06 0.71 591.1
0.920 0.636 0.690 0.680 2607 INCKEN 0.685 UNCH 8.1 0.685 — 1.59 288.2 0.265 0.130 0.145 0.135 0111 K1 0.145 0.010 615.1 0.139 — — 75.3
1.380 0.665 0.840 0.820 6262 INNO 0.835 -0.005 48.1 0.833 9.31 3.59 399.8 0.460 0.065 0.075 0.070 0036 KGROUP 0.075 0.005 1790.5 0.070 — — 32.1
4.810 4.166 4.740 4.650 1961 IOICORP 4.740 0.050 2812.6 4.718 20.09 2.00 29,787.3 1.280 0.350 0.645 0.595 0176 KRONO 0.630 0.035 5656.4 0.630 13.76 — 208.0
1.260 0.790 0.840 0.820 4383 JTIASA 0.830 0.015 1094.5 0.832 40.69 0.60 808.2 0.180 0.070 0.100 0.080 0017 M3TECH 0.095 0.010 5931.4 0.091 — — 55.8
25.780 23.172 25.640 25.400 2445 KLK 25.580 UNCH 694.8 25.57 28.22 1.95 27,306.8 0.690 0.230 0.400 0.375 0075 MEXTER 0.390 0.020 183.3 0.380 — — 100.7
5.000 2.982 4.100 4.100 2453 KLUANG 4.100 0.100 13 4.100 28.73 0.24 259.0 0.520 0.235 0.260 0.235 0155 MGRC 0.240 -0.025 15.2 0.240 — — 24.8
1.601 1.154 1.390 1.370 5027 KMLOONG 1.370 UNCH 132 1.375 9.29 4.38 1,281.5 1.160 0.380 0.440 0.380 0126 MICROLN 0.440 0.040 25.8 0.394 10.50 — 73.6
0.880 0.515 0.810 0.775 1996 KRETAM 0.795 0.010 5631.3 0.787 107.43 1.26 1,850.5 0.583 0.300 0.340 0.320 0112 MIKROMB 0.340 0.025 1145.5 0.329 16.50 4.41 146.5
1.750 1.350 — — 6572 KWANTAS 1.480 — — — 8.35 — 461.3 0.465 0.050 0.060 0.050 0085 MLAB 0.055 0.005 6290.1 0.055 — — 36.9
1.490 1.050 — — 4936 MALPAC 1.100 — — — — — 82.5 0.268 0.160 0.170 0.165 0034 MMAG 0.170 0.010 656.9 0.165 — — 77.4
0.929 0.715 0.770 0.725 5026 MHC 0.770 -0.005 17 0.752 8.69 1.95 151.3 1.986 0.887 1.430 1.230 0113 MMSV 1.420 0.210 827.3 1.347 10.86 1.41 231.5
2.239 1.700 — — 5047 NPC 2.000 — — — 5.31 0.50 240.0 0.130 0.055 0.070 0.060 0103 MNC 0.065 0.010 1468.7 0.063 — — 31.1
4.187 3.550 — — 2038 NSOP 3.550 — — — 40.76 1.69 249.2 0.295 0.160 0.185 0.170 0156 MPAY 0.185 0.005 1687.5 0.178 — — 131.4
0.300 0.150 0.220 0.170 1902 PINEPAC 0.210 0.030 4 0.197 — — 31.5 0.684 0.105 0.120 0.115 0092 MTOUCHE 0.120 0.005 591.1 0.120 17.39 — 61.0
1.300 0.800 — — 9695 PLS 0.800 — — — — — 261.4 1.103 0.670 0.825 0.795 0108 N2N 0.800 -0.005 2784.4 0.807 14.95 3.75 435.2
0.500 0.300 0.325 0.315 5113 RSAWIT 0.325 0.005 188.5 0.320 — — 461.0 0.110 0.025 0.035 0.025 0020 NETX 0.035 0.005 6640.4 0.030 26.92 — 85.4
4.000 3.341 — — 2542 RVIEW 3.600 — — — 14.56 2.22 233.5 0.055 0.030 0.055 0.045 0096 NEXGRAM 0.055 0.005 51835.6 0.050 — — 103.6
4.180 2.931 3.300 3.300 2569 SBAGAN 3.300 -0.030 5 3.300 35.14 0.61 218.9 0.150 0.070 0.095 0.085 0026 NOVAMSC 0.095 0.005 2697.6 0.091 — — 64.9
0.720 0.460 — — 4316 SHCHAN 0.600 — — — — — 72.0 0.642 0.325 0.360 0.330 0035 OPCOM 0.355 0.025 762.1 0.343 27.95 11.27 57.2
6.000 4.580 5.800 5.500 5285 SIMEPLT 5.800 0.280 1879 5.629 8.80 — 39,444.9 0.373 0.260 0.280 0.275 0040 OPENSYS 0.280 0.020 292.1 0.278 12.39 3.57 83.4
4.720 3.480 3.610 3.570 5126 SOP 3.600 0.030 27.5 3.603 8.59 1.39 2,055.1 0.380 0.075 0.105 0.090 0079 ORION 0.105 0.015 6500.5 0.098 — — 62.9
1.890 1.520 1.760 1.750 5135 SWKPLNT 1.760 0.010 80 1.753 — — 492.8 0.230 0.095 0.105 0.100 0123 PRIVA 0.105 0.010 357 0.102 — — 58.6
0.631 0.330 0.350 0.335 2054 TDM 0.345 0.015 282.9 0.343 25.18 1.45 572.0 0.944 0.620 0.705 0.695 0106 REXIT 0.695 0.055 25.5 0.697 15.90 4.32 131.6
1.158 0.795 0.825 0.820 5112 THPLANT 0.820 -0.010 333.2 0.820 19.71 5.61 724.8 0.430 0.235 0.270 0.250 0178 SEDANIA 0.260 0.010 425.5 0.258 45.61 3.85 58.7
1.820 1.370 1.380 1.370 9059 TSH 1.380 UNCH 100.2 1.380 16.51 1.45 1,906.9 0.190 0.065 0.095 0.070 0060 SKH 0.095 0.015 148665 0.087 — — 57.9
7.015 5.807 6.060 6.040 2593 UMCCA 6.050 UNCH 615.1 6.050 18.55 2.98 1,268.5 0.280 0.105 0.135 0.115 0169 SMTRACK 0.135 0.020 1191.5 0.128 — — 18.3
28.880 26.684 28.200 28.200 2089 UTDPLT 28.200 UNCH 2.6 28.20 15.00 1.42 5,869.4 0.343 0.140 0.160 0.150 0093 SOLUTN 0.155 0.010 341.4 0.156 5.92 6.45 47.5
HOTELS 0.360 0.120 0.210 0.205 0129 SRIDGE 0.205 -0.005 1752.1 0.206 — — 24.8
0.620 0.465 — — 5592 GCE 0.500 — — — — 4.00 98.5 0.470 0.205 0.245 0.215 0050 SYSTECH 0.245 0.020 866.3 0.237 53.26 1.22 85.2
1.000 0.675 0.735 0.705 1643 LANDMRK 0.720 0.020 214.6 0.720 — — 380.8 0.175 0.115 0.125 0.120 0132 TDEX 0.125 0.010 1000 0.124 104.17 — 67.9
0.230 0.125 0.165 0.140 1287 PMHLDG 0.165 0.010 8746.4 0.146 412.50 — 153.3 0.580 0.055 0.320 0.275 0005 UCREST 0.310 0.040 54256.1 0.301 14.83 — 143.9
5.600 4.700 5.500 5.500 5517 SHANG 5.500 UNCH 285 5.500 33.52 2.73 2,420.0 0.965 0.290 0.390 0.340 0120 VIS 0.390 0.040 915.5 0.375 10.89 0.85 65.7
TECHNOLOGY 0.165 0.060 0.075 0.065 0069 VIVOCOM 0.075 0.010 10229.9 0.070 16.67 — 254.9
0.880 0.610 — — 7031 AMTEL 0.690 — — — — — 34.0 0.155 0.090 0.120 0.100 0066 VSOLAR 0.115 0.015 1195 0.113 — — 44.4
0.420 0.180 0.210 0.195 5195 CENSOF 0.205 0.005 1318 0.204 — — 102.9 0.055 0.030 — — 0141 WINTONI 0.035 — — — — — 18.0
0.665 0.230 0.435 0.355 0051 CUSCAPI 0.435 0.080 16979.5 0.400 — — 335.8 0.275 0.120 0.155 0.145 0086 YGL 0.155 0.010 242.5 0.148 — — 36.0
0.800 0.530 0.585 0.565 7204 D&O 0.580 0.010 978 0.579 26.01 — 584.8 TRADING SERVICES
0.585 0.165 0.220 0.195 8338 DATAPRP 0.215 0.020 2427.1 0.208 — — 90.6 0.300 0.230 — — 0122 AIM 0.250 — — — — — 66.5
0.235 0.085 0.105 0.095 0029 DIGISTA 0.100 0.010 848.5 0.101 — — 65.8 0.165 0.085 0.090 0.090 0048 ANCOMLB 0.090 0.005 190 0.090 — — 42.6
1.534 1.100 1.120 1.100 5162 ECS 1.120 0.020 225.8 1.100 7.67 4.46 201.6 0.250 0.140 0.160 0.145 0187 BCMALL 0.160 0.015 462.4 0.153 12.31 — 67.4
1.670 0.975 1.140 1.060 0065 EFORCE 1.140 0.070 1519.9 1.119 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 0.090 0150 FINTEC 0.100 0.010 18413.9 0.102 0.43 — 52.6
2.861 1.882 2.560 2.420 0090 ELSOFT 2.560 0.180 163.1 2.524 23.53 1.95 705.3
0.320 0.150 — — 0157 FOCUSP 0.190 — — — — — 31.4
1.800 1.030 1.370 1.230 0021 GHLSYS 1.370 0.150 832.4 1.328 43.77 0.36 903.4
0.759 0.430 0.530 0.490 0039 GFM 0.530 0.040 513.3 0.519 22.27 2.74 226.9
0.590 0.295 0.390 0.310 0082 GPACKET 0.390 0.080 3019.8 0.347 — — 295.9
0.880 0.570 — — 0147 INNITY 0.770 — — — 88.51 — 106.6
0.280 0.190 0.215 0.205 0056 GRANFLO 0.215 UNCH 150.9 0.213 7.82 — 103.9
0.324 0.200 0.240 0.230 0193 KAB 0.240 0.005 453 0.237 8.76 4.17 76.8
6.972 3.500 4.510 4.310 7022 GTRONIC 4.470 0.210 2272.2 4.432 24.83 1.34 1,276.7
0.310 0.130 0.155 0.135 0180 KTC 0.155 0.015 1101.4 0.149 775.00 — 79.1
0.940 0.545 0.550 0.550 5028 HTPADU 0.550 -0.030 2 0.550 — 9.09 55.7
0.350 0.130 — — 0167 MCLEAN 0.150 — — — — — 26.8
3.784 1.920 2.930 2.700 0166 INARI 2.930 0.220 14275.3 2.847 23.07 3.17 6,082.7 0.440 0.165 — — 0081 MEGASUN 0.170 — — — 9.83 — 37.3
0.435 0.110 0.140 0.120 9393 ITRONIC 0.140 0.025 13.6 0.121 — — 14.4 0.270 0.150 0.175 0.150 0153 OVERSEA 0.175 0.025 25.1 0.150 — — 43.1
0.659 0.300 0.330 0.315 5161 JCY 0.325 0.010 764.6 0.325 — 9.23 675.0 0.310 0.120 0.140 0.135 0022 PARLO 0.135 0.005 140.4 0.135 0.88 — 49.1
22.635 11.666 17.120 14.960 9334 KESM 17.020 2.220 600 16.12 15.72 0.73 732.1 0.200 0.115 0.130 0.120 0177 PASUKGB 0.130 0.010 4845.3 0.125 130.0 — 105.5
0.340 0.105 0.160 0.145 0143 KEYASIC 0.155 0.010 11282.5 0.153 — — 138.0 0.480 0.280 — — 0006 PINEAPP 0.440 — — — 66.67 — 21.3
14.410 8.080 8.600 8.190 3867 MPI 8.540 0.340 887.3 8.406 10.10 3.40 1,792.4 0.364 0.235 0.270 0.255 0171 PLABS 0.270 0.015 407.8 0.259 14.14 2.22 58.0
1.480 1.030 1.100 1.100 5011 MSNIAGA 1.100 0.070 1 1.100 11.65 4.55 66.4 0.350 0.182 0.255 0.240 0186 PTRANS 0.250 0.015 5768.3 0.246 10.82 3.40 316.8
1.327 0.455 0.605 0.565 0083 NOTION 0.605 0.040 2420.1 0.593 — 3.72 200.9 0.355 0.095 0.265 0.255 0007 PUC 0.260 0.005 66892.4 0.259 — — 391.9
0.605 0.390 0.445 0.430 9008 OMESTI 0.435 -0.020 179.5 0.436 — — 187.6 0.245 0.165 0.195 0.170 0196 QES 0.190 0.015 17526.5 0.185 7.66 — 144.1
0.375 0.225 0.280 0.265 0041 PANPAGE 0.275 0.005 7469.7 0.275 — — 73.0 0.540 0.210 0.240 0.225 0032 REDTONE 0.230 0.005 300.6 0.231 — — 174.4
3.140 1.700 2.190 1.980 7160 PENTA 2.160 0.160 4932.9 2.105 19.05 — 683.8 0.635 0.230 0.280 0.250 0173 REV 0.280 0.035 385.5 0.267 0.66 — 37.7
0.675 0.330 0.385 0.360 9075 THETA 0.380 -0.005 32.1 0.381 29.46 — 40.8 0.698 0.452 0.530 0.515 0158 SCC 0.530 0.015 59.3 0.519 11.96 5.89 74.8
0.232 0.025 0.035 0.030 0118 TRIVE 0.030 UNCH 9133.7 0.030 — — 62.2 0.275 0.170 0.180 0.180 0161 SCH 0.180 0.005 601 0.180 24.32 — 74.2
4.158 2.250 2.760 2.330 5005 UNISEM 2.730 0.360 5036 2.549 12.56 4.03 2,003.4 0.300 0.145 0.170 0.155 0117 SMRT 0.170 0.010 2370.2 0.162 0.63 — 68.7
6.880 2.192 5.640 5.270 0097 VITROX 5.460 0.180 387.8 5.520 30.90 0.64 2,567.2 0.315 0.140 0.255 0.250 0140 STERPRO 0.255 -0.010 29 0.253 — — 81.9
1.750 0.985 1.180 1.100 0008 WILLOW 1.170 0.110 192.5 1.140 15.21 1.71 290.2 0.300 0.131 0.270 0.235 0080 STRAITS 0.260 0.025 1739.1 0.253 27.96 — 95.7
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES 0.907 0.650 0.655 0.655 0089 TEXCYCL 0.655 -0.025 9 0.655 11.76 0.61 167.8
5.048 4.316 4.600 4.530 6947 DIGI 4.540 0.010 3143 4.549 23.89 4.14 35,298.5 0.230 0.125 0.145 0.125 0145 TFP 0.140 0.010 1179.9 0.136 — — 28.7
5.894 5.304 5.580 5.500 6645 LITRAK 5.500 -0.010 3.2 5.503 12.86 4.55 2,903.5 0.145 0.070 0.085 0.075 0165 XOX 0.085 0.010 6840.8 0.078 11.18 — 84.4
9.685 7.827 8.340 8.170 5031 TIMECOM 8.240 0.050 358 8.234 27.25 0.64 4,791.2 FINANCE
1.443 0.950 1.010 0.960 6742 YTLPOWR 0.980 0.025 8821.3 0.982 12.00 5.10 7,995.0 0.965 0.510 0.635 0.625 0053 OSKVI 0.630 Unch 161 0.631 3.98 7.94 124.5
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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0.350 0.180 0.315 0.285 5168C7 HARTA-C7 0.315 0.045 508 6.470 5.525 6.09 06/08/2018
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.250 0.150 0.245 0.230 5168C8 HARTA-C8 0.245 0.025 751.8 6.470 6.500 21.29 31/10/2018
0.165 0.060 0.155 0.135 5168C9 HARTA-C9 0.150 0.025 423 6.470 6.000 7.81 30/11/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY 0.995 0.075 0.230 0.190 4324CH HENGYUAN-CH 0.210 -0.005 17582.5 8.930 8.000 17.81 29/06/2018
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.620 0.045 0.145 0.120 4324CI HENGYUAN-CI 0.135 Unch 1213 8.930 7.880 18.48 29/06/2018
0.595 0.030 0.115 0.095 4324CJ HENGYUAN-CJ 0.105 Unch 1150.5 8.930 8.580 19.60 29/06/2018
0.515 0.095 0.115 0.105 70312 A50CHIN-C12 0.115 0.010 550 7.526 8.388 13.75 28/06/2018 0.850 0.045 0.105 0.095 4324CK HENGYUAN-CK 0.095 -0.005 904.3 8.930 10.500 36.73 24/07/2018
0.340 0.130 0.165 0.135 70316 A50CHIN-C16 0.165 0.035 988.8 7.526 9.129 24.58 27/09/2018 0.830 0.060 0.170 0.155 4324CL HENGYUAN-CL 0.160 Unch 4034.7 8.930 10.600 40.20 31/07/2018
1.100 0.825 1.090 0.955 70315 A50CHIN-H15 0.955 -0.135 62 7.526 8.635 33.77 27/09/2018 0.670 0.015 0.075 0.060 4324CM HENGYUAN-CM 0.065 -0.005 35349.5 8.930 12.300 47.20 25/06/2018
0.110 0.005 0.015 0.015 523810 AAX-C10 0.015 0.005 50 0.385 0.400 7.79 26/04/2018 0.350 0.030 0.075 0.060 4324CO HENGYUAN-CO 0.065 -0.005 870 8.930 18.000 114.67 31/10/2018
0.145 0.025 0.045 0.035 523811 AAX-C11 0.045 0.010 2550.5 0.385 0.380 10.39 21/06/2018 0.300 0.015 0.030 0.025 4324CP HENGYUAN-CP 0.030 Unch 1028.4 8.930 18.880 117.77 06/08/2018
0.110 0.045 0.055 0.055 523813 AAX-C13 0.055 0.010 82 0.385 0.410 20.78 06/08/2018 0.220 0.015 0.035 0.035 4324CQ HENGYUAN-CQ 0.035 Unch 210 8.930 16.880 100.78 28/09/2018
0.100 0.045 0.060 0.055 523814 AAX-C14 0.060 0.010 735 0.385 0.450 35.58 31/10/2018 0.210 0.020 0.035 0.030 4324CR HENGYUAN-CR 0.035 0.005 138.5 8.930 19.080 123.46 28/09/2018
0.070 0.035 0.045 0.040 523815 AAX-C15 0.045 0.005 75 0.385 0.450 28.57 12/09/2018 0.410 0.055 0.125 0.115 4324CS HENGYUAN-CS 0.120 0.005 210.1 8.930 18.880 130.24 31/10/2018
0.080 0.060 0.075 0.070 523816 AAX-C16 0.075 0.005 80.2 0.385 0.350 16.23 31/10/2018 0.155 0.035 0.050 0.050 4324CT HENGYUAN-CT 0.050 0.005 90.5 8.930 22.800 164.28 31/10/2018
0.310 0.145 0.165 0.155 5238WA AAX-WA 0.165 0.005 2876 0.385 0.460 62.34 08/06/2020 0.120 0.020 0.055 0.045 4324CU HENGYUAN-CU 0.050 Unch 1256 8.930 17.800 109.41 12/09/2018
0.090 0.085 0.090 0.090 2488CW ABMB-CW 0.090 Unch 40 4.260 4.300 14.67 31/10/2018 0.215 0.090 0.210 0.190 4324CV HENGYUAN-CV 0.195 -0.010 8513.9 8.930 8.880 34.38 25/10/2018
0.115 0.035 0.040 0.040 7146WA AEM-WA 0.040 0.005 100 0.135 0.250 114.81 17/12/2019 0.305 0.110 0.225 0.200 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.215 0.015 3320.8 0.435 0.500 64.37 23/06/2021
0.145 0.015 0.040 0.015 5014CV AIRPORT-CV 0.040 0.010 567.5 9.000 8.800 0.89 30/04/2018 0.190 0.065 0.095 0.075 5199CA HIBISCS-CA 0.095 0.015 3632 0.825 1.000 44.24 30/11/2018
0.400 0.110 0.135 0.130 7609WA AJIYA-WA 0.130 0.015 80.1 0.530 0.920 98.11 28/08/2021 0.145 0.050 0.070 0.065 5199CB HIBISCS-CB 0.065 0.005 185.4 0.825 1.200 61.21 30/11/2018
0.295 0.030 0.055 0.040 1015C5 AMBANK-C5 0.055 0.020 734.4 3.920 4.300 13.20 28/09/2018 0.135 0.025 0.040 0.035 5199CC HIBISCS-CC 0.040 0.010 11365.8 0.825 1.400 82.79 28/09/2018
0.110 0.005 0.015 0.010 1015C6 AMBANK-C6 0.015 0.010 1874 3.920 5.200 33.99 17/08/2018 0.070 0.025 0.035 0.030 5199CD HIBISCS-CD 0.035 0.010 643.2 0.825 1.580 102.12 31/10/2018
0.095 0.010 0.025 0.015 1015C7 AMBANK-C7 0.025 0.010 514.4 3.920 5.000 29.15 30/11/2018 0.105 0.060 0.080 0.070 5199CE HIBISCS-CE 0.080 0.015 600 0.825 0.950 39.39 28/09/2018
0.095 0.070 0.095 0.080 1015C8 AMBANK-C8 0.095 0.025 72 3.920 4.500 22.07 28/09/2018 0.365 0.200 0.345 0.280 5199WC HIBISCS-WC 0.340 0.050 123130 0.825 1.000 62.42 19/03/2021
0.085 0.003 0.010 0.005 6556CF ANNJOO-CF 0.005 Unch 4846.2 1.570 4.000 156.15 30/04/2018 0.530 0.035 0.055 0.040 5169WA HOHUP-WA 0.055 0.005 750.8 0.445 0.600 47.19 21/12/2018
0.115 0.005 0.005 0.005 6556CG ANNJOO-CG 0.005 Unch 951 1.600 4.380 175.09 14/05/2018 0.225 0.135 0.195 0.195 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.195 Unch 242.1 0.335 0.180 11.94 05/06/2018
0.155 0.015 0.025 0.020 6556CH ANNJOO-CH 0.025 0.010 1818.9 3.220 4.000 28.26 24/07/2018 0.560 0.290 0.395 0.380 0185WA HSSEB-WA 0.390 Unch 425.1 1.470 1.700 42.18 15/03/2023
0.130 0.025 0.030 0.025 6556CI ANNJOO-CI 0.030 Unch 500 3.220 3.880 26.09 31/07/2018 0.055 0.010 0.015 0.010 7013WA HUBLINE-WA 0.010 -0.005 74.4 0.100 3.200 3,110 04/11/2019
0.085 0.010 0.015 0.015 6556CJ ANNJOO-CJ 0.015 0.005 300 3.220 4.080 29.97 31/07/2018 0.200 0.050 0.055 0.055 9601WD HWGB-WD 0.055 0.005 105 0.155 0.320 141.94 15/03/2021
0.160 0.035 0.055 0.040 6556CK ANNJOO-CK 0.055 0.020 294.9 3.220 4.400 42.62 28/09/2018 0.235 0.060 0.065 0.065 4251WA IBHD-WA 0.065 Unch 58 0.490 1.410 201.02 08/10/2019
0.170 0.020 0.055 0.035 6556CL ANNJOO-CL 0.050 0.020 21203 3.220 4.000 27.33 31/10/2018 0.225 0.070 0.150 0.145 5225C6 IHH-C6 0.150 -0.005 129.2 6.030 5.700 1.99 31/07/2018
0.075 0.045 0.070 0.050 6556CM ANNJOO-CM 0.070 0.025 4864.1 3.220 3.600 23.76 31/10/2018 0.105 0.010 0.030 0.030 333611 IJM-C11 0.030 0.015 113 2.900 3.300 15.60 31/07/2018
0.275 0.015 0.025 0.015 9342WA ANZO-WA 0.025 0.005 427 0.065 0.250 323.08 19/11/2019 0.105 0.020 0.035 0.025 333612 IJM-C12 0.035 0.015 85 2.900 3.100 10.52 27/07/2018
0.070 0.020 0.030 0.025 9342WC ANZO-WC 0.025 Unch 1860 0.065 0.200 246.15 18/06/2020 0.160 0.040 0.075 0.060 333613 IJM-C13 0.075 0.020 2395 2.900 3.000 11.21 24/08/2018
0.175 0.080 0.100 0.100 521031 ARMADA-C31 0.100 0.015 50 0.840 0.780 4.76 29/06/2018 0.135 0.045 0.065 0.065 333615 IJM-C15 0.065 0.010 144.6 2.900 3.200 19.31 28/09/2018
0.095 0.035 0.045 0.040 521033 ARMADA-C33 0.040 Unch 1728.8 0.840 0.800 3.81 24/07/2018 0.130 0.090 0.130 0.105 333616 IJM-C16 0.130 0.030 865.8 2.900 2.700 9.69 28/09/2018
0.080 0.050 0.055 0.055 521036 ARMADA-C36 0.055 0.005 939.8 0.840 1.000 29.52 28/09/2018 0.110 0.100 0.110 0.100 333617 IJM-C17 0.105 Unch 74 2.900 3.200 21.21 22/10/2018
0.230 0.020 0.065 0.055 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.060 Unch 6150.4 0.230 0.500 143.48 24/03/2019 0.055 0.005 0.005 0.005 3336C8 IJM-C8 0.005 Unch 100 1.375 3.580 161.82 30/04/2018
0.121 0.035 0.045 0.040 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.045 0.005 233.5 0.100 0.100 45.00 13/12/2020 0.210 0.020 0.055 0.055 16610 INARI-C10 0.055 0.015 130 2.930 3.800 35.32 31/07/2018
0.075 0.035 0.045 0.040 0105WB ASIAPLY-WB 0.045 0.005 226.6 0.100 0.100 45.00 12/12/2022 0.195 0.025 0.060 0.045 16611 INARI-C11 0.060 0.020 196.4 2.930 3.200 19.45 30/08/2018
0.080 0.080 0.080 0.080 6399C7 ASTRO-C7 0.080 Unch 100 1.780 2.400 43.82 22/10/2018 0.100 0.015 0.040 0.025 16612 INARI-C12 0.035 0.010 3379.2 2.930 3.800 33.28 31/10/2018
0.730 0.200 0.300 0.235 7078WA AZRB-WA 0.300 0.070 280.1 0.725 0.700 37.93 13/05/2024 0.100 0.085 0.100 0.085 16613 INARI-C13 0.100 Unch 48.2 2.930 3.500 33.11 22/10/2018
1.110 0.180 0.870 0.780 0098WA BAHVEST-WA 0.870 0.110 5311.5 1.180 0.870 47.46 20/08/2024 0.180 0.160 0.180 0.160 16614 INARI-C14 0.180 Unch 41.4 2.930 3.200 27.65 22/10/2018
0.270 0.050 0.160 0.130 5248CT BAUTO-CT 0.150 0.045 485.8 2.270 2.100 2.42 31/07/2018 0.440 0.025 0.140 0.080 0166C4 INARI-C4 0.140 0.055 1118.8 2.930 2.500 -0.34 26/04/2018
0.090 0.055 0.075 0.065 5248CV BAUTO-CV 0.075 0.020 80 2.270 2.300 11.23 03/09/2018 0.700 0.070 0.265 0.220 0166C6 INARI-C6 0.265 0.115 123.3 2.930 2.400 0.00 30/04/2018
0.095 0.085 0.095 0.090 5258CY BIMB-CY 0.090 -0.005 153.8 3.930 4.750 30.03 31/10/2018 0.215 0.005 0.010 0.005 0166C7 INARI-C7 0.010 0.005 9052.6 2.930 3.500 20.48 14/05/2018
0.420 0.205 0.250 0.235 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.250 0.010 454.2 3.930 4.720 26.46 04/12/2023 0.400 0.045 0.120 0.085 0166C8 INARI-C8 0.115 0.035 3016.5 2.930 3.200 17.85 29/06/2018
0.145 0.045 0.055 0.045 6998WA BINTAI-WA 0.055 Unch 371.3 0.140 0.200 82.14 15/06/2020 0.490 0.070 0.160 0.120 0166C9 INARI-C9 0.160 0.040 567.5 2.930 2.800 7.85 30/08/2018
0.215 0.090 0.110 0.100 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.110 0.015 1180 0.215 0.220 53.49 05/01/2022 3.000 1.300 2.100 1.920 0166WB INARI-WB 2.100 0.220 244.9 2.930 0.800 -1.02 17/02/2020
0.095 0.010 0.025 0.010 3395C5 BJCORP-C5 0.025 0.010 728.9 0.305 0.350 22.95 24/07/2018 0.115 0.025 0.040 0.040 0094WA INIX-WA 0.040 0.005 1405.2 0.075 0.100 86.67 16/11/2020
0.065 0.005 0.010 0.010 3395C7 BJCORP-C7 0.010 Unch 845.8 0.305 0.385 29.51 24/08/2018 0.545 0.185 0.240 0.210 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.240 0.020 759.8 0.830 1.000 49.40 25/02/2020
0.055 0.020 0.025 0.020 3395C8 BJCORP-C8 0.025 0.005 1410 0.305 0.360 26.23 07/09/2018 0.190 0.075 0.160 0.155 196116 IOICORP-C16 0.160 0.010 246.6 4.740 4.586 6.64 29/06/2018
0.130 0.065 0.080 0.065 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.080 0.015 1552.3 0.305 1.000 254.10 22/04/2022 0.175 0.130 0.150 0.140 196117 IOICORP-C17 0.150 0.005 69 4.740 4.783 9.55 24/08/2018
0.155 0.080 0.100 0.085 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.100 0.015 1946.1 0.305 1.000 260.66 29/05/2026 0.105 0.020 0.035 0.025 7183WA IRETEX-WA 0.035 0.005 4155.9 0.160 0.800 421.88 10/06/2019
0.370 0.200 0.230 0.230 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.230 Unch 400 0.435 0.200 -1.15 07/07/2023 0.063 0.015 0.020 0.015 0024WA JAG-WA 0.020 0.005 2247.7 0.080 0.100 50.00 14/08/2019
0.065 0.020 0.030 0.025 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.025 -0.005 16415.3 0.075 0.070 26.67 08/11/2025 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.020 0024WB JAG-WB 0.025 0.005 1538.6 0.080 0.150 118.75 15/11/2020
0.065 0.030 0.035 0.030 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.035 Unch 3035.1 0.075 0.070 40.00 29/05/2027 0.170 0.030 0.035 0.035 9083WB JETSON-WB 0.035 0.005 40 0.225 0.750 248.89 06/02/2019
0.135 0.029 0.050 0.045 9938WB BRIGHT-WB 0.050 0.015 50 0.205 0.650 241.46 12/01/2019 0.075 0.010 0.010 0.010 4383CQ JTIASA-CQ 0.010 Unch 50 0.830 1.200 46.39 06/08/2018
0.260 0.055 0.170 0.120 181814 BURSA-C14 0.155 0.035 688.5 7.240 6.667 0.65 29/06/2018 0.180 0.045 0.055 0.050 0170WA KANGER-WA 0.055 0.005 175 0.100 0.100 55.00 13/04/2020
0.205 0.100 0.125 0.100 181816 BURSA-C16 0.125 0.025 150 7.240 7.867 15.56 28/09/2018 0.110 0.015 0.015 0.015 524710 KAREX-C10 0.015 Unch 114 0.795 1.350 73.58 28/09/2018
0.220 0.055 0.065 0.055 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.065 0.010 298.1 0.205 0.460 156.10 07/10/2019 0.040 0.015 0.030 0.025 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.030 0.005 5852.9 0.085 0.131 89.41 20/10/2023
0.350 0.140 0.245 0.235 102330 CIMB-C30 0.245 0.015 631.6 7.040 6.700 6.31 29/06/2018 0.160 0.015 0.040 0.025 7161CH KERJAYA-CH 0.040 0.020 1106 1.580 1.955 28.54 24/07/2018
0.190 0.115 0.135 0.135 102331 CIMB-C31 0.135 Unch 40 7.040 7.000 10.94 21/09/2018 0.160 0.085 0.150 0.100 7161CI KERJAYA-CI 0.145 0.050 2589.1 1.580 1.480 12.03 25/10/2018
0.160 0.110 0.120 0.115 102332 CIMB-C32 0.115 Unch 200 7.040 7.900 20.38 28/09/2018 0.460 0.200 0.280 0.250 7161WB KERJAYA-WB 0.260 0.020 2597.9 1.580 1.600 17.72 28/02/2023
0.185 0.145 0.170 0.165 102333 CIMB-C33 0.170 0.005 848.6 7.040 6.800 11.08 31/10/2018 0.140 0.005 0.005 0.005 0036WA KGROUP-WA 0.005 Unch 196.8 0.075 0.400 440.00 02/07/2018
0.110 0.080 0.090 0.090 102334 CIMB-C34 0.090 0.005 200 7.040 8.800 29.86 31/10/2018 0.105 0.040 0.055 0.050 7164WB KNM-WB 0.055 0.005 623.3 0.210 1.000 402.38 21/04/2020
0.205 0.080 0.120 0.115 285210 CMSB-C10 0.120 0.005 526 3.940 3.800 10.15 21/09/2018 0.095 0.050 0.060 0.055 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.060 0.005 400 0.190 0.230 52.63 21/01/2020
0.190 0.085 0.110 0.105 285211 CMSB-C11 0.110 Unch 106.6 3.940 4.100 18.02 28/09/2018 0.260 0.105 0.105 0.105 7153CW KOSSAN-CW 0.105 -0.005 130 7.600 8.000 14.24 24/08/2018
0.095 0.050 0.085 0.080 285212 CMSB-C12 0.085 0.005 371.6 3.940 4.500 23.92 25/10/2018 0.430 0.080 0.130 0.105 5878WB KPJ-WB 0.120 0.010 438.1 0.940 1.010 20.21 23/01/2019
0.025 0.010 0.015 0.010 7179WB DBE-WB 0.015 Unch 793 0.035 0.050 85.71 22/01/2022 0.145 0.005 0.020 0.005 5284CG LCTITAN-CG 0.015 0.005 5253.4 6.390 6.500 3.13 30/04/2018
0.220 0.060 0.135 0.110 3484WA DBHD-WA 0.135 0.025 76.2 0.495 0.580 44.44 27/11/2020 0.095 0.035 0.035 0.035 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.035 Unch 3249.8 0.090 0.100 50.00 03/06/2022
0.205 0.095 0.205 0.185 727721 DIALOG-C21 0.205 0.015 159.8 3.140 2.800 2.23 14/05/2018 0.095 0.035 0.040 0.040 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.040 Unch 100 0.090 0.100 55.56 26/05/2023
0.215 0.060 0.200 0.175 727725 DIALOG-C25 0.200 0.020 1679.4 3.140 2.900 6.37 31/07/2018 0.090 0.030 0.050 0.040 0017WA M3TECH-WA 0.045 0.005 6861 0.095 0.100 52.63 21/08/2019
0.185 0.115 0.185 0.180 727726 DIALOG-C26 0.185 0.010 56.6 3.140 2.780 6.21 28/09/2018 0.075 0.005 0.015 0.010 858312 MAHSING-C12 0.015 0.005 953.1 1.150 1.550 37.39 31/07/2018
0.190 0.055 0.185 0.165 727727 DIALOG-C27 0.185 0.025 70 3.140 2.850 5.49 17/08/2018 0.070 0.005 0.010 0.005 858313 MAHSING-C13 0.010 0.005 3696.5 1.150 1.600 40.87 25/06/2018
0.355 0.215 0.355 0.325 727728 DIALOG-C28 0.355 0.035 1084.4 3.140 2.750 4.54 31/12/2018 0.045 0.025 0.040 0.040 858314 MAHSING-C14 0.040 0.005 449.9 1.150 1.300 21.74 28/09/2018
0.240 0.165 0.230 0.215 727729 DIALOG-C29 0.225 0.010 210 3.140 2.550 4.86 31/10/2018 0.090 0.085 0.090 0.085 858315 MAHSING-C15 0.085 Unch 38 1.150 1.200 25.63 22/10/2018
0.160 0.015 0.030 0.025 694721 DIGI-C21 0.030 0.010 129.7 4.420 5.000 14.14 31/07/2018 0.155 0.070 0.085 0.075 8583WC MAHSING-WC 0.080 0.005 2215.4 1.150 2.100 89.57 21/02/2020
0.370 0.100 0.140 0.130 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.140 0.010 15109.4 0.395 0.500 62.03 30/07/2021 0.090 0.060 0.070 0.070 526410 MALAKOFC10 0.070 0.010 1079 0.905 0.970 22.65 28/09/2018
0.280 0.080 0.150 0.145 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.145 -0.005 185 0.315 0.250 25.40 25/11/2020 0.055 0.005 0.005 0.005 5264C6 MALAKOF-C6 0.005 Unch 100 0.292 1.200 313.53 29/06/2018
0.095 0.025 0.035 0.035 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.035 0.010 150.1 0.105 0.800 695.24 29/03/2021 0.180 0.105 0.125 0.115 5264C7 MALAKOF-C7 0.120 0.010 864.6 0.905 0.850 13.81 28/09/2018
0.550 0.095 0.360 0.325 161942 DRBHCOMC42 0.360 0.040 71 2.360 1.650 0.42 31/05/2018 0.100 0.025 0.035 0.025 5264C8 MALAKOF-C8 0.035 0.010 1503.8 0.905 1.000 14.36 31/10/2018
0.380 0.135 0.260 0.225 161946 DRBHCOMC46 0.260 0.030 256.6 2.360 1.650 2.97 27/07/2018 0.090 0.065 0.070 0.065 5264C9 MALAKOF-C9 0.065 -0.015 122.4 0.905 1.000 24.86 13/08/2018
0.280 0.100 0.170 0.150 161947 DRBHCOMC47 0.170 0.020 1288.8 2.360 2.400 21.14 28/09/2018 0.990 0.040 0.070 0.055 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.065 0.005 7622.2 0.840 1.000 26.79 29/06/2018
0.300 0.065 0.125 0.100 161948 DRBHCOMC48 0.120 0.015 3396 2.360 2.200 11.02 21/09/2018 0.125 0.085 0.115 0.115 6012C6 MAXIS-C6 0.115 0.005 110.6 5.840 5.880 10.53 25/10/2018
0.215 0.070 0.110 0.100 161949 DRBHCOMC49 0.110 0.010 704.2 2.360 3.000 41.10 31/10/2018 0.015 0.005 0.005 0.005 5189WA MAXWELL-WA 0.005 Unch 6588 0.020 0.400 1,925 24/03/2020
0.160 0.035 0.060 0.050 161950 DRBHCOMC50 0.060 0.010 376.6 2.360 2.800 26.27 25/07/2018 0.525 0.125 0.420 0.420 115534 MAYBANKC34 0.420 Unch 40.8 10.480 9.250 -1.72 30/08/2018
0.270 0.050 0.125 0.110 161951 DRBHCOMC51 0.125 0.025 491.5 2.360 2.500 16.53 31/10/2018 0.260 0.085 0.125 0.115 115538 MAYBANKC38 0.125 0.005 1221 10.480 10.500 2.58 30/11/2018
0.250 0.075 0.125 0.115 161952 DRBHCOMC52 0.125 0.025 125.4 2.360 2.600 26.06 06/08/2018 0.135 0.090 0.105 0.100 115539 MAYBANKC39 0.105 Unch 479.6 10.480 11.500 14.24 31/10/2018
0.200 0.055 0.100 0.090 161953 DRBHCOMC53 0.095 0.005 905.1 2.360 2.500 22.03 28/09/2018 0.160 0.045 0.070 0.065 117110 MBSB-C10 0.070 0.015 230 1.180 1.300 16.10 30/11/2018
0.155 0.040 0.065 0.060 161954 DRBHCOMC54 0.065 0.010 184.2 2.360 3.100 41.00 13/08/2018 0.090 0.090 0.090 0.090 117111 MBSB-C11 0.090 Unch 80 1.180 1.200 24.58 22/10/2018
0.165 0.050 0.090 0.080 161955 DRBHCOMC55 0.090 0.015 878.4 2.360 3.500 59.75 31/10/2018 0.150 0.015 0.045 0.035 1171C4 MBSB-C4 0.045 0.015 1279.4 1.180 1.250 9.75 29/06/2018
0.080 0.005 0.005 0.005 5216C3 DSONIC-C3 0.005 Unch 50 0.890 1.280 44.94 29/06/2018 0.105 0.025 0.045 0.035 1171C5 MBSB-C5 0.045 0.015 2733 1.180 1.050 0.42 30/04/2018
0.100 0.005 0.015 0.010 5216C5 DSONIC-C5 0.015 0.005 201.6 0.890 1.290 48.31 31/07/2018 0.065 0.005 0.005 0.005 1171C6 MBSB-C6 0.005 Unch 802.6 0.550 1.400 156.36 14/05/2018
0.020 0.010 0.020 0.020 5216C7 DSONIC-C7 0.020 0.005 500 0.890 1.250 44.94 12/09/2018 0.260 0.090 0.165 0.120 1171C7 MBSB-C7 0.165 0.050 2258.4 1.180 1.100 7.20 28/09/2018
0.033 0.005 0.015 0.010 0154WC EAH-WC 0.010 0.005 4000.2 0.045 0.070 77.78 18/06/2019 0.110 0.040 0.055 0.055 1171C8 MBSB-C8 0.055 0.010 100 1.180 1.200 11.02 31/07/2018
0.030 0.015 0.020 0.015 0154WD EAH-WD 0.020 Unch 2982.9 0.045 0.050 55.56 25/10/2022 0.090 0.040 0.060 0.045 1171C9 MBSB-C9 0.060 0.010 7303.5 1.180 1.450 38.14 31/10/2018
0.155 0.005 0.030 0.030 5253CE ECONBHD-CE 0.030 0.025 125 1.140 1.160 5.96 30/04/2018 0.199 0.040 0.055 0.050 1694WB MENANG-WB 0.055 Unch 58.4 0.435 0.550 39.08 09/07/2019
0.140 0.020 0.045 0.030 5253CI ECONBHD-CI 0.040 0.015 776 1.140 1.340 22.88 24/07/2018 0.310 0.080 0.100 0.095 7234WA MESB-WA 0.100 Unch 61.5 0.370 0.300 8.11 27/12/2022
0.085 0.015 0.040 0.020 5253CJ ECONBHD-CJ 0.035 0.015 1748.9 1.140 1.550 40.88 28/09/2018 2.330 1.480 1.750 1.640 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.700 0.050 44.5 3.480 2.220 12.64 08/04/2020
0.150 0.085 0.150 0.090 5253CK ECONBHD-CK 0.135 0.045 1648.8 1.140 1.050 13.42 31/10/2018 0.100 0.005 0.005 0.005 5186C5 MHB-C5 0.005 Unch 454.4 0.755 0.900 20.53 14/05/2018
0.110 0.090 0.110 0.090 5253CL ECONBHD-CL 0.100 Unch 166 1.140 1.200 31.58 22/10/2018 0.120 0.020 0.035 0.020 5186C8 MHB-C8 0.035 0.015 19430.2 0.755 0.920 31.13 24/08/2018
0.590 0.160 0.235 0.190 5253WA ECONBHD-WA 0.220 0.025 4044.4 1.140 1.250 28.95 02/01/2023 0.080 0.015 0.025 0.025 5186C9 MHB-C9 0.025 0.010 72 0.755 1.000 42.38 25/06/2018
0.590 0.250 0.300 0.280 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.290 0.005 123.5 1.080 2.080 119.44 26/03/2022 0.200 0.155 0.175 0.160 381617 MISC-C17 0.175 0.005 267.5 7.180 6.750 3.76 25/10/2018
0.095 0.010 0.015 0.015 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.015 Unch 100 0.085 0.180 129.41 24/12/2018 0.070 0.020 0.025 0.020 0085WB MLAB-WB 0.025 Unch 1680 0.055 0.150 218.18 10/09/2020
1.360 0.650 0.820 0.730 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.810 0.075 448 1.140 0.340 0.88 17/07/2019 0.085 0.045 0.050 0.045 0034WB MMAG-WB 0.050 0.005 286 0.170 0.200 47.06 27/11/2022
0.515 0.190 0.215 0.205 8907WC EG-WC 0.215 0.005 223.6 0.510 0.500 40.20 03/11/2020 0.265 0.010 0.015 0.015 2194C8 MMCCORP-C8 0.015 Unch 2182.5 1.400 2.000 44.46 31/07/2018
0.080 0.010 0.020 0.020 8877CE EKOVEST-CE 0.020 0.010 715 0.895 1.200 39.22 29/06/2018 0.075 0.020 0.020 0.020 2194C9 MMCCORP-C9 0.020 -0.010 140 1.400 2.100 53.57 13/08/2018
0.175 0.030 0.060 0.040 8877CF EKOVEST-CF 0.050 0.015 2894.4 0.895 1.000 22.35 29/06/2018 0.055 0.025 0.030 0.030 0103WA MNC-WA 0.030 0.005 466 0.065 0.100 100.00 05/11/2021
0.090 0.015 0.020 0.015 8877CG EKOVEST-CG 0.020 0.005 5908 0.895 1.100 29.16 24/07/2018 0.110 0.005 0.005 0.005 3867CH MPI-CH 0.005 Unch 1982 4.310 13.500 214.73 29/06/2018
0.110 0.010 0.015 0.010 8877CI EKOVEST-CI 0.015 0.005 9381 0.895 1.200 37.43 11/06/2018 0.140 0.110 0.130 0.120 3867CI MPI-CI 0.130 0.020 940 8.540 8.500 17.80 25/10/2018
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 8877CJ EKOVEST-CJ 0.055 0.010 80 0.895 1.100 41.34 13/08/2018 0.060 0.020 0.025 0.025 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.025 Unch 1554.2 0.055 0.100 127.27 21/11/2021
0.095 0.050 0.065 0.055 8877CL EKOVEST-CL 0.060 0.010 230.4 0.895 0.980 26.26 25/10/2018 0.285 0.030 0.085 0.060 165126 MRCB-C26 0.080 0.015 1696.8 1.040 1.056 9.92 29/06/2018
0.110 0.045 0.065 0.055 8877CM EKOVEST-CM 0.065 0.010 2107.8 0.895 1.050 34.75 31/10/2018 0.115 0.020 0.045 0.035 165127 MRCB-C27 0.040 0.005 677.8 1.040 1.300 34.62 28/09/2018
1.150 0.405 0.490 0.445 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.490 0.060 2003.7 0.895 0.480 8.38 25/06/2019 0.095 0.020 0.050 0.045 165129 MRCB-C29 0.045 -0.005 769.4 1.040 1.300 30.41 30/11/2018
0.420 0.175 0.200 0.190 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.200 0.015 992.4 1.010 1.450 63.37 02/04/2022 0.075 0.035 0.065 0.060 165130 MRCB-C30 0.065 0.005 9600.3 1.040 1.000 16.78 31/10/2018
0.570 0.260 0.300 0.290 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.290 0.020 175.7 0.720 0.700 37.50 24/09/2019 0.118 0.010 0.020 0.015 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.020 Unch 964.2 1.040 1.680 63.46 14/09/2018
0.255 0.030 0.220 0.215 06503K FBMKLCI-C3K 0.220 0.010 165 1,860 1,750 -0.05 29/06/2018 0.440 0.295 0.350 0.330 1651WB MRCB-WB 0.345 0.005 2213.9 1.040 1.250 53.37 29/10/2027
0.150 0.055 0.115 0.115 06503N FBMKLCI-C3N 0.115 0.020 300 1,860 1,830 1.43 31/07/2018 0.175 0.070 0.130 0.080 5703CF MUHIBAH-CF 0.130 0.055 594.8 3.100 3.450 19.68 24/08/2018
0.170 0.005 0.030 0.020 06504L FBMKLCI-H4L 0.020 -0.005 1241.1 917.5 1,740 90.72 31/05/2018 0.115 0.065 0.095 0.075 5703CH MUHIBAH-CH 0.090 0.025 599.2 3.100 3.700 30.97 28/09/2018
0.205 0.025 0.085 0.075 06504M FBMKLCI-H4M 0.075 -0.005 4073.8 1,860 1,750 -3.95 29/06/2018 0.090 0.060 0.090 0.085 5703CI MUHIBAH-CI 0.090 0.030 64 3.100 3.300 16.61 28/09/2018
0.215 0.065 0.160 0.120 06504P FBMKLCI-H4P 0.125 -0.030 7550.8 1,860 1,830 1.70 31/07/2018 0.450 0.090 0.310 0.280 13825 MYEG-C25 0.280 -0.010 131.5 2.600 2.000 1.15 29/06/2018
0.215 0.105 0.175 0.150 06504Q FBMKLCI-H4Q 0.155 -0.020 1758.9 1,860 1,850 3.58 30/08/2018 0.235 0.090 0.175 0.160 13827 MYEG-C27 0.160 -0.040 80.5 2.600 2.300 6.92 24/07/2018
0.395 0.280 0.320 0.280 06504R FBMKLCI-H4R 0.280 -0.065 338 1,860 1,760 -2.41 30/08/2018 0.325 0.090 0.205 0.165 13828 MYEG-C28 0.180 -0.010 3249.7 2.600 2.550 11.92 25/09/2018
0.575 0.450 0.485 0.455 06504S FBMKLCI-H4S 0.455 -0.030 969.5 1,860 1,840 3.76 30/08/2018 0.470 0.090 0.315 0.270 13829 MYEG-C29 0.305 0.005 230 2.600 2.200 5.14 28/09/2018
0.265 0.145 0.215 0.185 06504T FBMKLCI-H4T 0.190 -0.025 1493.4 1,860 1,875 5.86 28/09/2018 0.365 0.175 0.265 0.260 13830 MYEG-C30 0.260 -0.045 542.4 2.600 2.100 5.77 27/07/2018
0.165 0.010 0.035 0.015 522238 FGV-C38 0.035 0.025 2332.5 1.900 1.850 1.97 19/04/2018 0.300 0.130 0.195 0.160 13831 MYEG-C31 0.175 -0.005 9854.7 2.600 2.500 12.98 28/09/2018
0.315 0.065 0.145 0.080 522239 FGV-C39 0.140 0.055 5490.2 1.900 1.750 5.00 31/07/2018 0.260 0.100 0.150 0.120 13832 MYEG-C32 0.135 -0.005 9547 2.600 2.800 23.27 28/09/2018
0.135 0.010 0.035 0.015 522240 FGV-C40 0.035 0.015 3025.8 1.900 2.200 20.03 29/06/2018 0.320 0.100 0.185 0.150 13833 MYEG-C33 0.165 Unch 1951.2 2.600 2.500 8.85 31/10/2018
0.190 0.030 0.085 0.035 522241 FGV-C41 0.085 0.050 9978.1 1.900 2.000 15.11 25/06/2018 0.215 0.140 0.160 0.140 13834 MYEG-C34 0.145 -0.005 438.4 2.600 2.700 20.58 06/08/2018
0.215 0.045 0.115 0.080 522242 FGV-C42 0.115 0.035 3431.2 1.900 1.900 16.34 28/09/2018 0.125 0.050 0.075 0.070 13835 MYEG-C35 0.070 -0.005 726.8 1.040 2.650 188.46 28/09/2018
0.185 0.055 0.080 0.060 522243 FGV-C43 0.080 0.020 980.2 1.900 2.000 15.79 21/09/2018 0.160 0.080 0.095 0.080 13836 MYEG-C36 0.085 -0.010 243 1.040 2.800 197.84 25/10/2018
0.080 0.020 0.055 0.025 522244 FGV-C44 0.055 0.035 1675.1 1.900 2.300 29.16 25/07/2018 0.240 0.155 0.165 0.155 4707CA NESTLE-CA 0.165 Unch 246.7 150.0 160.0 12.10 31/12/2018
0.095 0.040 0.040 0.040 522245 FGV-C45 0.040 Unch 47.6 1.900 2.200 24.21 28/09/2018 0.065 0.010 0.015 0.010 0020WB NETX-WB 0.015 Unch 853 0.035 0.050 85.71 08/06/2019
0.145 0.060 0.095 0.065 522247 FGV-C47 0.095 0.025 2293.4 1.900 2.450 40.95 31/10/2018 0.160 0.055 0.075 0.070 7241WA NGGB-WA 0.075 0.005 180 0.380 0.600 77.63 18/10/2020
0.145 0.035 0.095 0.055 522248 FGV-C48 0.095 0.040 9398.1 1.900 2.100 20.53 30/11/2018 0.305 0.225 0.280 0.245 0083WC NOTION-WC 0.275 0.035 978.7 0.605 0.840 84.30 14/03/2023
0.155 0.100 0.155 0.110 522249 FGV-C49 0.150 0.035 5532 1.900 1.650 10.53 31/10/2018 0.415 0.180 0.190 0.180 0172WA OCK-WA 0.185 Unch 1186 0.740 0.710 20.95 15/12/2020
0.110 0.025 0.035 0.030 0150WA FINTEC-WA 0.035 0.005 910 0.100 0.300 235.00 19/04/2024 0.270 0.020 0.025 0.020 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.025 0.005 108 0.435 0.500 20.69 30/05/2018
0.105 0.030 0.045 0.040 0150WB FINTEC-WB 0.045 0.005 667 0.100 0.150 95.00 03/12/2022 0.095 0.040 0.055 0.050 0079WA ORION-WA 0.055 0.005 6646.4 0.105 0.170 114.29 26/07/2022
0.130 0.025 0.055 0.045 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.055 Unch 130.2 0.405 1.000 160.49 12/10/2019 0.290 0.045 0.100 0.100 7052CN PADINI-CN 0.100 0.015 40 4.650 4.500 5.38 29/06/2018
0.715 0.225 0.320 0.290 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.315 0.030 950.7 0.900 1.060 52.78 29/11/2021 0.200 0.045 0.070 0.065 7052CR PADINI-CR 0.065 Unch 82.4 4.650 5.350 23.44 24/08/2018
0.120 0.010 0.025 0.020 539839 GAMUDA-C39 0.020 Unch 860.4 5.130 5.350 5.46 31/05/2018 0.080 0.060 0.080 0.075 7052CS PADINI-CS 0.080 0.010 180.6 4.650 5.600 30.75 31/10/2018
0.165 0.090 0.115 0.115 539842 GAMUDA-C42 0.115 Unch 40.8 5.130 4.800 4.78 27/07/2018 0.300 0.120 0.155 0.140 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.155 0.015 124 0.555 0.500 18.02 21/12/2020
0.230 0.120 0.170 0.160 539843 GAMUDA-C43 0.170 0.005 339.7 5.130 5.000 9.06 31/07/2018 0.095 0.020 0.055 0.045 7225WB PA-WB 0.055 0.010 26186.9 0.085 0.060 35.29 17/12/2022
0.125 0.100 0.115 0.110 539845 GAMUDA-C45 0.110 -0.005 44.6 5.130 5.150 13.26 30/11/2018 0.415 0.055 0.400 0.400 129516 PBBANK-C16 0.400 0.010 152 23.960 20.800 0.17 30/04/2018
0.225 0.095 0.140 0.140 539847 GAMUDA-C47 0.140 0.015 560 5.130 5.000 5.65 31/12/2018 0.265 0.230 0.240 0.240 129521 PBBANK-C21 0.240 Unch 40 23.959 23.000 2.51 31/12/2018
1.430 1.000 1.130 1.110 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.120 -0.010 496.5 5.130 4.050 0.78 06/03/2021 0.150 0.010 0.080 0.070 6068WA PCCS-WA 0.080 0.010 115.9 0.240 0.600 183.33 25/12/2022
0.770 0.180 0.480 0.360 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.460 0.100 11912.1 1.780 1.300 -1.12 20/07/2018 0.430 0.130 0.430 0.430 518313 PCHEM-C13 0.430 Unch 76.8 8.450 7.000 0.65 31/05/2018
0.075 0.020 0.020 0.020 0078CJ GDEX-CJ 0.020 Unch 55 0.525 0.700 37.90 31/07/2018 0.265 0.140 0.255 0.250 518314 PCHEM-C14 0.250 Unch 83.4 8.450 7.300 1.18 29/06/2018
0.250 0.030 0.045 0.040 471530 GENM-C30 0.045 -0.005 283.2 4.950 6.000 23.48 31/07/2018 0.150 0.075 0.120 0.120 518315 PCHEM-C15 0.120 -0.005 182.4 8.450 8.000 1.78 14/05/2018
0.250 0.065 0.090 0.085 471532 GENM-C32 0.085 0.005 146.2 4.950 5.100 9.90 27/07/2018 0.190 0.140 0.170 0.170 518316 PCHEM-C16 0.170 -0.020 121.6 8.450 8.200 7.10 25/07/2018
0.135 0.030 0.040 0.040 471533 GENM-C33 0.040 Unch 169 4.950 6.000 23.64 31/10/2018 0.140 0.100 0.125 0.120 518317 PCHEM-C17 0.125 -0.010 227.2 8.450 8.800 12.28 24/08/2018
0.135 0.010 0.025 0.020 318246 GENTINGC46 0.025 0.005 260 8.940 9.850 11.58 31/07/2018 0.225 0.120 0.200 0.195 518318 PCHEM-C18 0.200 -0.025 172.8 8.450 8.000 2.96 30/11/2018
0.130 0.050 0.065 0.065 318248 GENTINGC48 0.065 0.010 106.8 8.940 9.800 15.44 25/09/2018 0.130 0.095 0.120 0.115 518319 PCHEM-C19 0.115 -0.010 627.8 8.450 9.300 17.54 28/09/2018
1.950 0.735 0.935 0.845 3182WA GENTING-WA 0.935 0.085 914.5 8.940 7.960 -0.50 18/12/2018 0.050 0.025 0.030 0.025 6254WB PDZ-WB 0.025 -0.005 24668.2 0.065 0.100 92.31 29/01/2023
0.310 0.090 0.230 0.230 3204CA GKENT-CA 0.230 0.035 60 4.000 2.880 0.75 31/05/2018 0.105 0.005 0.010 0.010 5219CC PESTECH-CC 0.010 0.005 200 1.730 2.000 17.05 14/05/2018
0.335 0.100 0.200 0.195 3204CB GKENT-CB 0.200 0.095 67.1 4.000 3.180 -0.50 31/05/2018 0.160 0.065 0.095 0.085 5681CT PETDAG-CT 0.090 Unch 200.1 25.360 26.000 6.78 11/06/2018
0.210 0.050 0.115 0.115 3204CD GKENT-CD 0.115 0.065 50 4.000 3.700 4.00 31/05/2018 0.155 0.095 0.120 0.115 5681CU PETDAG-CU 0.120 Unch 207.2 25.360 26.800 11.36 24/08/2018
0.255 0.055 0.145 0.105 3204CE GKENT-CE 0.140 0.035 2090.5 4.000 3.700 6.50 06/08/2018 0.250 0.050 0.125 0.125 6033CP PETGAS-CP 0.125 -0.005 100 18.100 18.000 5.32 31/07/2018
0.275 0.105 0.185 0.160 3204CF GKENT-CF 0.185 0.030 460.8 4.000 4.280 25.50 31/10/2018 0.200 0.100 0.190 0.180 6033CQ PETGAS-CQ 0.180 -0.020 155.9 18.100 17.000 5.86 24/08/2018
0.205 0.050 0.075 0.050 1147WA GOB-WA 0.075 0.010 58.2 0.270 0.800 224.07 24/12/2019 0.455 0.015 0.045 0.045 3042CI PETRONM-CI 0.045 -0.005 120 8.640 11.100 33.68 29/06/2018
0.085 0.020 0.030 0.025 0074WA GOCEAN-WA 0.030 Unch 250.1 0.135 0.340 174.07 07/08/2019 0.290 0.005 0.015 0.010 3042CK PETRONM-CK 0.010 -0.005 1375.6 8.640 12.500 46.41 11/06/2018
0.055 0.025 0.025 0.025 7096WA GPA-WA 0.025 -0.005 81.2 0.090 0.100 38.89 03/06/2025 0.155 0.015 0.025 0.025 3042CL PETRONM-CL 0.025 -0.005 160 8.640 15.800 87.64 21/09/2018
0.145 0.005 0.025 0.010 7022CM GTRONIC-CM 0.020 0.010 8540.5 4.470 6.600 51.45 24/07/2018 0.170 0.020 0.030 0.025 3042CM PETRONM-CM 0.025 -0.005 721.2 8.640 14.500 71.30 31/10/2018
0.035 0.010 0.025 0.015 7022CN GTRONIC-CN 0.020 0.005 3386.8 4.470 6.200 42.28 28/09/2018 0.515 0.080 0.245 0.195 8869C1 PMETAL-C1 0.225 0.050 4307 4.670 3.800 0.64 29/06/2018
0.165 0.055 0.155 0.155 3034CW HAPSENG-CW 0.155 0.005 50 9.700 10.000 7.89 30/11/2018 0.125 0.110 0.125 0.110 886910 PMETAL-C10 0.120 Unch 3688.4 4.670 6.000 38.45 22/10/2018
0.915 0.180 0.910 0.890 5168C2 HARTA-C2 0.910 0.045 80 6.470 3.725 -0.23 21/06/2018 0.355 0.080 0.175 0.150 8869C2 PMETAL-C2 0.175 0.060 769.4 4.670 4.100 6.53 29/06/2018
0.490 0.240 0.490 0.445 5168C5 HARTA-C5 0.490 0.060 284.6 6.470 5.000 1.89 25/06/2018 0.330 0.020 0.115 0.065 8869C3 PMETAL-C3 0.105 0.055 7990.4 4.670 4.300 3.32 14/05/2018
0.230 0.110 0.230 0.200 5168C6 HARTA-C6 0.225 0.025 625.1 6.470 6.000 10.12 24/08/2018 0.305 0.020 0.105 0.060 8869C4 PMETAL-C4 0.085 0.025 189.9 4.670 5.000 14.35 29/06/2018
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Australia/New Zealand — Australian ore for September delivery on the Dalian US — Wall Street rises but pares gains president of trading and derivatives for
shares end higher on Xi’s speech, Commodity Exchange gained 3%. late after report of FBI raid Charles Schwab in Austin, Texas.
resources firms; NZ up “There are issues with aluminium Investors were looking forward to the
markets, specifically with the Russian NEW YORK: Wall Street’s major indices start of the earnings season to provide a
SYDNEY: Australia shares rose yesterday supply side and that is a short-term spike, rose on Monday as a softer stance by US sustained lift to US stocks, with big banks,
as a combination of higher metal prices but overall, I think that will have some policymakers on China tariffs powered a such as JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and
and comments from China’s president Xi effect,” said Mathan Somasundaram, a rebound from last week’s sell-off, but stocks Wells Fargo, set to report first-quarter
Jinping, seen as calming trade tensions market portfolio strategist at Blue Ocean pared much of their gains late in the session results on Friday.
with the US, drove up resources stocks Equities. after a report that the US Federal Bureau Analysts expect quarterly profits for S&P
and financials. Global miner BHP closed 0.8% higher, of Investigation (FBI) raided the office of 500 companies to rise 18.5% from a year
Risker assets, including regional while Rio Tinto gained 2.8%. US President Donald Trump’s lawyer. ago, which would be the biggest gain in
equities and US stock futures, rallied after Bauxite miner and refiner Alumina Ltd Technology and health stocks led the seven years, according to Thomson Reuters.
Xi promised to open the country’s markets climbed 2% to its highest close in seven benchmark S&P 500 Index’s major sectors. The Dow rose 46.34 points or 0.19 % to
further, lower import tariffs on products years. Australia’s mining index rose for a Merck and Co Inc was the biggest boost to 23,979.1; the S&P 500 gained 8.69 points
including cars and protect intellectual third straight session, ending up 1.6%. the Dow Jones Industrial Average, while or 0.33% to 2,613.16; and the Nasdaq
property of foreign firms. Westpac Banking Corp contributed the gains in Apple shares led the Nasdaq Index. Composite added 35.23 points or 0.51%
At the closing bell, the S&P/ASX 200 most to the benchmark’s performance, Stocks climbed after Trump’s new to 6,950.34.
Index gained 0.83% or 48.3 points to 5,857. rising 1.5%. Fellow lender Commonwealth economic adviser Larry Kudlow told CNBC AveXis Inc rose 81.6% after Swiss
It rose 0.4% on Monday. Bank of Australia firmed 1.1% and the that the president may be open to forming drugmaker Novartis offered to buy the
A de-escalation in the trade dispute financial index made a strong contribution an international coalition to grapple with gene therapy company for US$8.7 billion.
between the US and China, Australia’s of a 1.1% gain to the broader market. trade issues involving China. Merck shares rose 5.2% after the
biggest export market and a key revenue Healthcare stocks fell yesterday, after Investors could be looking for further drugmaker’s blockbuster cancer drug,
earner for its resources, would be seen making the biggest contribution to the signs of China’s stance on trade relations Keytruda, met the main study goal of
as beneficial to local stocks. The Australia market on the previous day. when Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke helping previously untreated lung cancer
dollar, a liquid proxy for China plays, also “The healthcare stocks were overvalued, at the Boao Forum economic conference patients live longer.
advanced on the day. on the concept that currency will fall, but yesterday. Shares in Leucadia National Corp jumped
Material stocks gained after Shanghai everyone has got into that substantially But stocks began paring gains late 11.6% after the company said it would sell
aluminium prices touched their highest crowded trading, so that’s unwinding,” added in the afternoon, a downward trend that most of its non-financial assets to focus on
in more than a month after US sanctions Blue Ocean Equities’ Somasundaram. accelerated after a report that the FBI investment banking and advisory services.
being imposed on Russian aluminium major Across the Tasman Sea, New Zealand’s had raided the New York office of Michael The US dollar-yen rate rose 0.2% to
United Company Rusal led to concerns benchmark S&P/NZX 50 Index rose 0.2% Cohen, Trump’s personal lawyer, upon a ¥107.01 after going as high as ¥107.245.
about the metal’s supply. or 15.64 points to 8,469.77, helped by referral by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Against a broader basket of currencies,
The Shanghai Futures Exchange’s most- utilities and industrials. “Even if it ultimately ends up being nothing, the greenback was trading at a two-week
traded May aluminium contract climbed as Ryman Healthcare Ltd gained 1.9%, the initial reaction is almost always negative low at 89.63. It has fallen nearly 1% in the
much as 1.5%, while the most-traded iron while Contact Energy Ltd tacked on 1.7%. in the market,” said Randy Frederick, vice last three trading sessions. — Reuters

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Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.180 0.050 0.125 0.100 710637 SUPERMX-C37 0.110 0.005 8833.1 2.650 2.650 12.45 17/08/2018
0.190 0.075 0.130 0.125 710638 SUPERMX-C38 0.125 0.015 357.4 2.650 2.650 14.15 03/09/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY 0.135 0.075 0.110 0.105 710639 SUPERMX-C39 0.105 0.020 100 2.650 2.880 21.75 25/10/2018
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.120 0.040 0.110 0.095 710640 SUPERMX-C40 0.105 0.020 1046.6 2.650 3.000 21.13 31/12/2018
0.125 0.080 0.125 0.110 710641 SUPERMX-C41 0.120 0.015 230 2.650 3.000 26.79 31/10/2018
0.255 0.015 0.070 0.045 8869C5 PMETAL-C5 0.065 0.025 732.4 4.670 5.350 20.82 24/07/2018 0.205 0.025 0.045 0.040 7082WB SYF-WB 0.045 0.005 512.4 0.305 0.700 144.26 11/11/2019
0.300 0.025 0.110 0.085 8869C6 PMETAL-C6 0.110 0.040 16966.8 4.670 5.000 16.49 28/09/2018 0.365 0.100 0.140 0.100 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.110 -0.030 301 0.735 1.100 64.63 11/11/2020
0.225 0.030 0.075 0.060 8869C7 PMETAL-C7 0.070 0.015 17227 4.670 6.300 40.90 28/09/2018 0.295 0.020 0.025 0.020 8524WB TALIWRK-WB 0.020 -0.005 89.5 0.830 1.700 107.23 11/11/2018
0.155 0.030 0.100 0.050 8869C8 PMETAL-C8 0.065 0.025 1218.8 4.670 6.000 34.05 30/11/2018 0.475 0.160 0.190 0.185 7200WA TEKSENG-WA 0.185 Unch 64.1 0.335 0.250 29.85 29/01/2020
0.110 0.020 0.055 0.050 8869C9 PMETAL-C9 0.055 0.025 341.6 4.670 6.200 38.06 12/09/2018 0.365 0.050 0.295 0.280 534739 TENAGA-C39 0.285 0.015 424 15.899 14.600 0.79 29/06/2018
0.965 0.220 0.585 0.510 8869CT PMETAL-CT 0.585 0.105 72 4.670 2.900 -0.32 30/04/2018 0.165 0.055 0.115 0.110 534740 TENAGA-C40 0.110 Unch 43.4 15.900 16.000 7.55 24/07/2018
5.380 2.200 4.340 3.970 8869WC PMETAL-WC 4.280 0.320 252.9 4.670 0.390 0.00 22/08/2019 0.160 0.040 0.055 0.040 0145WA TFP-WA 0.055 0.015 1624 0.140 0.100 10.71 15/02/2019
0.255 0.005 0.010 0.005 463412 POS-C12 0.010 0.005 2916.1 3.650 5.450 50.68 21/06/2018 3.080 1.000 1.190 1.110 7034WA TGUAN-WA 1.190 0.100 75.5 2.580 1.500 4.26 09/10/2019
0.120 0.005 0.010 0.010 463414 POS-C14 0.010 0.005 1176.4 3.650 5.400 49.59 30/08/2018 0.055 0.040 0.045 0.040 5031CP TIMECOM-CP 0.040 -0.005 342.8 8.240 9.600 20.39 24/08/2018
0.135 0.025 0.040 0.035 463415 POS-C15 0.040 0.005 267.1 3.650 4.900 39.18 30/11/2018 0.063 0.003 0.020 0.015 486320 TM-C20 0.015 Unch 1255.8 2.870 6.400 124.04 31/05/2018
0.080 0.005 0.010 0.010 463416 POS-C16 0.010 Unch 1755 3.650 6.000 65.75 03/09/2018 0.270 0.125 0.145 0.140 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.145 0.005 169.4 0.750 0.750 19.33 21/06/2019
0.105 0.065 0.095 0.085 463419 POS-C19 0.095 0.020 724.4 3.650 3.800 23.63 31/10/2018 0.810 0.095 0.105 0.100 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.105 Unch 107 1.050 1.000 5.24 26/12/2018
0.135 0.115 0.135 0.115 463420 POS-C20 0.125 Unch 71 3.650 4.100 25.62 22/10/2018 0.485 0.290 0.340 0.320 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.340 Unch 96 0.835 0.930 52.10 21/06/2021
0.145 0.060 0.070 0.060 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.070 0.010 476.1 0.130 0.100 30.77 16/11/2019 0.700 0.090 0.600 0.595 711320 TOPGLOV-C20 0.595 Unch 95.2 9.980 5.800 -0.15 30/04/2018
0.215 0.095 0.120 0.105 0186WA PTRANS-WA 0.115 0.005 6995.8 0.250 0.235 40.00 19/09/2020 0.685 0.155 0.610 0.600 711326 TOPGLOV-C26 0.605 0.005 380.2 9.980 7.000 0.45 11/06/2018
0.260 0.050 0.175 0.165 0007WA PUC-WA 0.170 0.005 3422 0.260 0.100 3.85 25/12/2024 0.290 0.180 0.230 0.230 711328 TOPGLOV-C28 0.230 Unch 187.8 9.980 10.000 16.33 30/08/2018
0.245 0.045 0.160 0.150 0007WB PUC-WB 0.150 -0.005 8361.7 0.260 0.100 -3.85 15/02/2019 0.320 0.135 0.255 0.245 711329 TOPGLOV-C29 0.255 0.015 766.8 9.980 9.150 7.01 31/10/2018
0.150 0.065 0.085 0.075 5256WA REACH-WA 0.080 Unch 4754.1 0.290 0.750 186.21 12/08/2022 0.290 0.165 0.240 0.235 711330 TOPGLOV-C30 0.235 Unch 130 9.980 9.000 9.02 06/08/2018
0.085 0.020 0.035 0.030 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.030 -0.005 1609.5 0.465 0.500 13.98 01/12/2023 0.185 0.130 0.155 0.150 711331 TOPGLOV-C31 0.150 Unch 380 9.980 10.500 17.23 12/09/2018
0.170 0.015 0.035 0.025 521858 SAPNRGC58 0.035 0.005 758.6 0.535 0.880 75.61 30/08/2018 0.325 0.275 0.290 0.280 711332 TOPGLOV-C32 0.290 0.005 171 9.980 8.800 11.42 09/11/2018
0.175 0.020 0.035 0.025 521859 SAPNRGC59 0.035 0.005 615.1 0.535 0.800 59.35 21/09/2018 0.060 0.015 0.020 0.015 0118WB TRIVE-WB 0.020 Unch 162 0.030 0.090 266.67 28/08/2020
0.175 0.025 0.045 0.030 521860 SAPNRGC60 0.040 0.010 3234.6 0.535 0.800 57.01 31/10/2018 0.355 0.100 0.110 0.100 5401WA TROP-WA 0.110 -0.005 228.4 0.880 1.000 26.14 06/12/2019
0.110 0.015 0.020 0.020 521861 SAPNRGC61 0.020 -0.005 115 0.535 0.900 75.70 28/09/2018 0.085 0.045 0.085 0.080 7100CB UCHITEC-CB 0.085 0.035 81.4 2.750 3.500 39.64 06/08/2018
0.060 0.005 0.015 0.010 521863 SAPNRGC63 0.010 -0.005 517 0.535 1.000 90.65 17/08/2018 0.125 0.015 0.060 0.035 7100CC UCHITEC-CC 0.060 0.030 1151.6 2.750 3.300 26.55 28/09/2018
0.105 0.065 0.085 0.075 521864 SAPNRGC64 0.085 0.010 43176 0.535 0.500 25.23 31/10/2018 0.160 0.015 0.020 0.015 514852 UEMS-C52 0.020 0.005 3235.8 0.980 1.100 14.80 31/05/2018
0.025 0.010 0.010 0.010 0109WB SCBUILD-WB 0.010 Unch 793 0.030 0.050 100.00 06/11/2019 0.070 0.050 0.060 0.055 514857 UEMS-C57 0.060 0.005 726 0.980 1.010 18.37 31/10/2018
0.605 0.160 0.220 0.205 7247WA SCGM-WA 0.210 -0.010 100 1.590 3.960 162.26 31/07/2020 0.270 0.015 0.155 0.105 4588C2 UMW-C2 0.155 0.055 350.3 6.440 5.700 0.54 30/04/2018
0.180 0.080 0.095 0.080 0161WA SCH-WA 0.095 0.010 312.1 0.180 0.100 8.33 04/12/2021 0.070 0.020 0.040 0.030 524321 UMWOG-C21 0.040 0.010 408 0.275 0.420 74.55 28/09/2018
0.200 0.120 0.130 0.120 4731CE SCIENTX-CE 0.120 -0.005 526.8 7.520 9.200 30.32 31/10/2018 0.055 0.020 0.030 0.025 524322 UMWOG-C22 0.030 0.005 380 0.275 0.370 50.91 12/09/2018
0.125 0.045 0.060 0.055 7158WB SCOMI-WB 0.055 0.005 579.3 0.120 0.210 120.83 18/02/2023 0.270 0.090 0.140 0.115 5243WA UMWOG-WA 0.140 0.020 17547.2 0.275 0.395 94.55 18/10/2024
0.505 0.120 0.355 0.315 5279CC SERBADK-CC 0.355 0.075 165.6 3.230 2.150 -0.46 26/04/2018 0.195 0.030 0.040 0.030 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.040 Unch 1714.3 0.940 1.500 63.83 18/09/2018
0.215 0.095 0.130 0.130 5279CF SERBADK-CF 0.130 0.025 50 3.230 2.580 4.02 31/07/2018 0.110 0.005 0.015 0.005 5005C2 UNISEM-C2 0.015 0.010 4185.5 2.730 3.650 35.90 27/07/2018
0.180 0.075 0.115 0.115 5279CG SERBADK-CG 0.115 0.040 50 3.230 2.880 10.53 31/07/2018 0.095 0.025 0.035 0.030 5005C3 UNISEM-C3 0.035 0.010 200 2.730 3.300 26.01 13/08/2018
0.240 0.075 0.125 0.090 5279CH SERBADK-CH 0.090 Unch 312.7 3.230 2.900 0.93 11/06/2018 0.065 0.035 0.055 0.045 5005C5 UNISEM-C5 0.050 0.015 309 2.730 3.150 22.71 12/09/2018
0.250 0.080 0.125 0.100 5279CI SERBADK-CI 0.120 0.025 354.7 3.230 3.400 18.27 31/07/2018 0.100 0.045 0.080 0.055 5005C6 UNISEM-C6 0.080 0.025 2327 2.730 3.000 23.08 28/09/2018
0.200 0.075 0.110 0.105 5279CJ SERBADK-CJ 0.110 0.025 83.8 3.230 3.600 23.37 13/08/2018 0.200 0.005 0.005 0.005 5005CZ UNISEM-CZ 0.005 Unch 981 1.295 3.800 194.59 31/05/2018
0.130 0.060 0.090 0.075 5279CK SERBADK-CK 0.085 0.020 112.6 3.230 4.000 34.37 28/09/2018 0.335 0.100 0.170 0.120 0120WB VIS-WB 0.145 0.030 70 0.390 0.750 129.49 16/11/2022
0.350 0.090 0.110 0.100 7246WA SIGN-WA 0.110 0.020 113 0.505 0.970 113.86 21/04/2021 0.425 0.205 0.205 0.205 0097CF VITROX-CF 0.205 Unch 50 5.460 4.550 2.11 29/06/2018
0.410 0.085 0.275 0.230 419716 SIME-C16 0.265 0.035 2125.9 2.740 2.500 10.58 31/07/2018 0.250 0.065 0.100 0.090 0097CH VITROX-CH 0.095 0.015 310.6 5.460 6.500 29.49 31/07/2018
0.180 0.030 0.075 0.050 419719 SIME-C19 0.065 0.025 255 2.740 3.000 14.23 31/10/2018 0.145 0.040 0.065 0.055 0097CJ VITROX-CJ 0.060 0.020 353 5.460 7.000 35.90 17/08/2018
0.335 0.155 0.170 0.160 419720 SIME-C20 0.170 0.010 84.4 2.740 3.000 21.90 06/08/2018 0.070 0.005 0.005 0.005 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.005 Unch 600 0.075 0.200 173.33 07/09/2018
0.095 0.030 0.045 0.040 419721 SIME-C21 0.045 0.010 2380 2.740 3.100 17.24 17/08/2018 0.110 0.015 0.030 0.025 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.030 0.005 2140.8 0.075 0.100 73.33 22/01/2020
0.130 0.075 0.090 0.085 419722 SIME-C22 0.090 0.010 400.8 2.740 3.200 26.64 28/09/2018 0.110 0.020 0.030 0.030 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.030 Unch 410 0.075 0.100 73.33 08/07/2020
0.180 0.120 0.125 0.125 5285CC SIMEPLT-CC 0.125 Unch 240 5.800 6.000 10.99 30/08/2018 0.055 0.005 0.005 0.005 7070WB VIZIONE-WB 0.005 Unch 585.4 0.135 0.160 22.22 20/06/2018
0.140 0.075 0.080 0.080 5285CD SIMEPLT-CD 0.080 Unch 120.4 5.800 6.000 8.97 24/08/2018 0.155 0.060 0.085 0.075 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.085 0.010 687 0.135 0.100 37.04 05/02/2022
0.210 0.035 0.085 0.075 5288CA SIMEPROP-CA 0.085 0.010 65.7 1.450 1.450 11.72 30/08/2018 0.215 0.010 0.030 0.030 6963CR VS-CR 0.030 0.005 356.8 2.240 2.480 16.07 29/06/2018
0.205 0.080 0.085 0.085 5288CE SIMEPROP-CE 0.085 Unch 50 1.450 1.650 19.66 31/10/2018 0.190 0.010 0.025 0.015 6963CS VS-CS 0.020 Unch 1392 2.240 2.680 23.21 29/06/2018
0.235 0.005 0.025 0.010 7155CI SKPRES-CI 0.025 0.020 1218.8 1.580 2.100 36.08 11/06/2018 0.280 0.010 0.020 0.015 6963CT VS-CT 0.020 0.005 1149.1 2.240 2.800 27.23 29/06/2018
0.165 0.050 0.075 0.070 7155CJ SKPRES-CJ 0.070 Unch 183.6 1.580 2.200 51.65 31/10/2018 0.120 0.040 0.070 0.055 6963CZ VS-CZ 0.065 0.005 7502.8 2.240 2.600 27.68 31/10/2018
0.085 0.020 0.020 0.020 8664C5 SPSETIA-C5 0.020 Unch 650 2.810 3.550 29.18 24/08/2018 1.570 0.390 0.700 0.640 6963WA VS-WA 0.685 0.035 12889 2.240 1.650 4.24 06/01/2019
0.195 0.095 0.145 0.130 0080WA STRAITS-WA 0.140 0.010 3720.6 0.260 0.115 -1.92 10/08/2022 0.150 0.015 0.020 0.015 9679C3 WCT-C3 0.015 -0.005 1279.6 1.220 1.700 41.50 29/06/2018
0.115 0.015 0.050 0.035 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.050 0.020 584.3 0.065 0.320 469.23 03/03/2021 0.570 0.140 0.180 0.170 9679WE WCT-WE 0.170 Unch 716.8 1.220 2.080 84.43 27/08/2020
0.055 0.010 0.020 0.010 1201WB SUMATEC-WB 0.015 Unch 4782.7 0.065 0.175 192.31 13/11/2018 0.880 0.310 0.330 0.320 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.320 Unch 48 0.630 0.500 30.16 28/10/2024
0.150 0.005 0.020 0.010 5263CL SUNCON-CL 0.020 0.015 157.2 2.240 2.300 5.36 26/04/2018 0.130 0.005 0.010 0.010 5156WC XDL-WC 0.010 0.005 150 0.140 0.160 21.43 02/07/2018
0.230 0.025 0.070 0.035 5263CM SUNCON-CM 0.070 0.040 1538.1 2.240 2.300 8.15 31/07/2018 0.110 0.025 0.030 0.025 0165WA XOX-WA 0.030 0.005 612.5 0.085 0.200 170.59 10/02/2019
0.120 0.020 0.025 0.020 5263CN SUNCON-CN 0.020 Unch 240 2.240 2.600 18.75 29/06/2018 0.200 0.050 0.085 0.060 7293CO YINSON-CO 0.085 0.035 140 4.150 4.500 14.58 29/06/2018
0.165 0.030 0.060 0.040 5263CO SUNCON-CO 0.060 0.030 159 2.240 2.400 13.84 24/07/2018 0.140 0.060 0.100 0.070 7293CQ YINSON-CQ 0.100 0.030 505 4.150 4.300 13.25 24/08/2018
0.050 0.030 0.050 0.045 5263CR SUNCON-CR 0.050 0.020 352 2.240 2.550 20.54 12/09/2018 0.100 0.035 0.075 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.070 0.005 572.2 0.390 0.500 46.15 28/05/2020
0.735 0.305 0.425 0.410 5211WB SUNWAY-WB 0.415 Unch 2780.5 1.560 1.860 45.83 03/10/2024 0.085 0.050 0.065 0.060 467716 YTL-C16 0.060 -0.005 353 1.420 1.700 30.28 28/09/2018
0.345 0.085 0.270 0.255 710633 SUPERMX-C33 0.260 0.020 195 2.650 1.880 0.38 24/07/2018 0.115 0.010 0.015 0.015 6742C2 YTLPOWR-C2 0.015 0.005 80 0.980 1.300 34.18 30/08/2018
0.425 0.105 0.330 0.295 710634 SUPERMX-C34 0.320 0.030 118.4 2.650 2.150 5.28 31/10/2018 0.420 0.010 0.020 0.020 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.020 0.005 648.3 0.980 1.110 15.31 11/06/2018
0.240 0.090 0.185 0.155 710635 SUPERMX-C35 0.185 0.035 95 2.650 2.380 10.75 28/09/2018 0.085 0.020 0.030 0.025 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.030 Unch 246.1 0.100 0.250 180.00 25/01/2019
0.245 0.080 0.180 0.155 710636 SUPERMX-C36 0.175 0.015 3495.1 2.650 2.600 17.92 28/09/2018
Please refer to the Bursa Malaysia website for the prices of loan stocks, bonds and overseas structure warrants
3 0 Markets WEDN ESDAY AP RI L 1 1 , 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 9, 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. Singapore dollar nominal effective exchange rate
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE A majority of analysts said they expect the central bank to tighten policy in April,
AEON CO. (M) 300,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 129,234,000 4/4 by increasing the appreciation rate of the policy band slightly and away from 0%
ALLIANCE BANK MALAYSIA 495,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 188,959,640 4/4
AXIS REAL ESTATE 477,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 187,746,613 4/4
appreciation, to Reuters poll.
INVESTMENT TRUST
BERJAYA ASSETS 4,500,000 DYMM SULTAN IBRAHIM JOHOR 285,000,000 30/3, 4 & 5/4
BIOALPHA 1,664,400 PERBADANAN NASIONAL 120,855,104 6/4
BUMI ARMADA 1,010,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 357,954,980 2&4
CAELY 2,180,000 NI HSIN RESOURCES 7,985,100 6/4
CAPITALAND (M) MALL TRUST 1,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 204,239,200 4/4
DIALOG GROUP 2,488,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 518,074,350 4/4
DIALOG GROUP 4,824,800 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 418,146,300 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
DIGI.COM 1,366,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,220,824,664 3 & 4/4
DIGI.COM (3,986,300) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 394,773,000 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
DRB-HICOM 2,500,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 138,506,500 4/4
FELDA GLOBAL VENTURES 1,664,400 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 290,159,400 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
FREASER & NEAVE 835,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 42,710,800 4/4
GABUNGAN AQRS 762,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 30,113,100 4/4
GAMUDA 1,078,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 281,895,405 3 & 4/4
GENTING PLANTATIONS 396,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 124,559,000 4/4
GLOBETRONICS TECHNOLOGY 1,385,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 33,508,982 3 & 4/4
GLOMAC 300,000 DATUK SERI FATEH ISKANDAR 293,021,401 5/4
TAN SRI DATO’ MOHAMED MANSOR
HAP SENG PLANTATIONS 250,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 65,518,000 5/4

HARTALEGA (315,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 226,404,296 4/4


IGB 1,400,000 TAN CHIN NAM 285,460,100 5/4
IHH HEALTHCARE 801,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 718,159,300 4/4
IJM CORPORATION (682,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 533,242,678 4/4
INARI AMERTRON 1,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 106,068,800 4/4 Widening wage gap
IOI CORPORATION 2,630,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 759,848,273 4/4
IOI PROPERTIES GROUP 1,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 357,417,132 4/4 One of the reasons why big corporate unions are not popular in South Korea stems
JERASIA CAPITAL (100,000) DATO’ SRI MOHD HANIFF ABD AZIZ 8,207,702 5/4
JHM CONSOLIDATION 2,200,000 DATO’ TAN KING SENG 206,325,896 6 & 9/4 from the widening wage gap between workers at family-owned business conglomerates,
KPS CONSORTIUM 180,000 KOH POH SENG 66,881,125 4 - 6/4 and regular and contract workers at smaller companies.
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG (298,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 142,895,188 4/4
LBS BINA GROUP 954,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 180,481,800 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
MALAYAN BANKING 3,019,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,317,286,546 4/4
MALAYAN BANKING (5,000,000) PERMODALAN NASIONAL 747,479,650 5/4
MALAYAN BANKING 5,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 3,735,371,147 5/4
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
MALAYSIA AIRPORTS 471,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 166,014,992 4/4
MAXIS 663,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 923,913,289 4/4
MYNEWS (300,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 40,401,600 5/4
NEXGRAM (20,000,000) MENANG HARMONI 6/4
OCK GROUP 450,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 46,608,000 4/4
PERAK TRANSIT 341,800 DATO’ SRI CHEONG KONG FITT 489,654,406 6/4
PINTARAS JAYA 217,100 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 10,942,100 5/4
POS MALAYSIA 300,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 75,389,449 4/4
PUBLIC BANK 1,770,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 526,603,700 4/4
QL RESOURCES (1,600,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 84,947,530 4/4
SEACERA GROUP 453,000 DUTA GLOBAL 90,453,000 4 & 5/4
SEACERA GROUP (500,000) ZULKARNIN ARIFFIN 58,476,040 5/4
SIME DARBY 2,063,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 792,577,983 4/4
SIME DARBY PLANTATION 477,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 934,158,631 4/4
SKP RESOURCES (400,000) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 166,528,500 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN)
SYMPHONY LIFE 427,900 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 18,698,500 5/4
TENAGA NASIONAL 887,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 680,395,782 4/4
TIGER SYNERGY (12,835,800) DATO’ TAN WEI LIAN 111,302,000 5 & 6/4
TOP GLOVE CORPORATION (644,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 79,744,561 4/4
UMW 221,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 110,305,568 4/4 Stocks closest to year high Stocks closest to year low
VERTICE (24,931,588) VISTA LESTARI DEVELOPMENT 24,931,588 6/4
STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME
VSOLAR GROUP 2,891,700 ASIABIO CAPITAL 57,891,700 6/4 (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000) (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000)
WCT (7,000,000) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 5/4
(DIPERBADANKAN) DIALOG-C28 0.355 0.325 0.355 1084.4 FBMKLCI-H4R 0.320 0.280 0.280 338
XIN HWA 3,161,000 NF CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 155,239,537 6/4 IMASPRO 2.040 2.000 2.040 24 OFI 0.965 0.900 0.900 66.2
YINSON 429,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 140,006,100 4/4 FGV-C49 0.155 0.110 0.150 5532 IOIPG 1.540 1.500 1.500 2754
IJM-C17 0.110 0.100 0.105 74 MAHSING-C15 0.090 0.085 0.085 38
While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an official record of shareholder
filings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the official filings filed with INARI-C14 0.180 0.160 0.180 41.4 MMCCORP 1.470 1.390 1.400 6434
Bursa Malaysia. Note: * denotes Ace Market IJM-C16 0.130 0.105 0.130 865.8 SUNSURIA-WA 0.155 0.155 0.155 0.2
ASTRO-C7 0.080 0.080 0.080 100 IJM-C17 0.110 0.100 0.105 74
AMBANK-C8 0.095 0.080 0.095 72 ASTRO-C7 0.080 0.080 0.080 100

Local events to watch out for today ECON-CL


ECON-CK
0.110
0.150
0.090
0.090
0.100
0.135
166
1648.8
ALLIANZ
TALIWRK-WB
11.140
0.025
10.980
0.020
11.000
0.020
24.3
89.5
DIALOG-C26 0.185 0.180 0.185 56.6 UEMS-C58 0.075 0.070 0.070 20
• Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak • Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) will BPLANT 1.750 1.690 1.740 524.1 HARBOUR-WC 0.160 0.160 0.160 1
will be officiating a groundbreaking cer- be launching their new PAM Contract DIALOG-C21 0.205 0.185 0.205 159.8 MALAKOF-C9 0.070 0.065 0.065 122.4
emony of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) 2018 at PAM Centre in 99L Jalan Tandok, PANSAR 1.280 1.240 1.260 4350.2 UOAREIT 1.370 1.330 1.350 83
project site in Tunjung, Kelantan at ECRL Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur from 10.30am to SUNCON-CQ 0.085 0.065 0.085 36 TASEK 7.830 7.780 7.780 4.7
Section 1 Base Camp, Tunjung, Kelantan 12.30pm. This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
at 9am. 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 0.735 0.702 0.519 0.931 0.962 0.963 0.950 2.8448 4.620 60.991 4.428 2.700 10,106 47.770 78.692 5.732 38.186 2.676 2.757 6.117 22.950 5.770
EURO 1.682 1.236 1.180 0.872 1.565 1.618 1.620 1.598 4.7845 7.771 102.576 7.447 4.540 16,997 80.342 132.348 9.640 64.222 4.501 4.636 10.287 38.597 9.704
US $ 1.360 0.809 0.954 0.706 1.266 1.309 1.311 1.292 3.8700 6.286 82.970 6.024 3.673 13,748 64.985 107.051 7.798 51.947 3.640 3.750 8.321 31.220 7.850
SWISS FR 1.426 0.848 1.048 0.739 1.327 1.372 1.373 1.354 4.0553 6.586 86.943 6.312 3.848 14,407 68.097 112.177 8.171 54.434 3.815 3.930 8.719 32.715 8.225
STERLING £ 1.928 1.146 1.417 1.352 1.794 1.855 1.858 1.832 5.4846 8.908 117.586 8.537 5.205 19,484 92.098 151.714 11.051 73.620 5.159 5.315 11.792 44.245 11.124
CANADA $ 1.074 0.639 0.790 0.754 0.557 1.034 1.035 1.021 3.0564 4.964 65.527 4.757 2.901 10,858 51.323 84.545 6.158 41.026 2.875 2.962 6.571 24.657 6.199
BRUNEI $ 1.039 0.618 0.764 0.729 0.539 0.967 1.001 0.987 2.9567 4.802 63.390 4.602 2.806 10,504 49.649 81.788 5.957 39.688 2.781 2.865 6.357 23.852 5.997
SINGAPORE $ 1.038 0.617 0.763 0.728 0.538 0.966 0.999 0.986 2.9526 4.796 63.302 4.596 2.802 10,489 49.580 81.674 5.949 39.633 2.778 2.861 6.348 23.819 5.989
AUSTRALIA $ 1.053 0.626 0.774 0.738 0.546 0.980 1.013 1.014 2.9942 4.863 64.194 4.661 2.841 10,637 50.279 82.825 6.033 40.191 2.817 2.902 6.438 24.155 6.073
MALAYSIA RM 0.352 0.209 0.258 0.247 0.182 0.327 0.338 0.339 0.334 1.0000 1.624 21.439 1.557 0.949 3,553 16.792 27.662 2.015 13.423 0.941 0.969 2.150 8.067 2.028
100 CHINESE RMB 21.643 12.869 15.910 15.183 11.226 20.145 20.824 20.853 20.563 61.5700 1,320 95.836 58.429 218,729 1,033.886 1,703 124.058 826.454 57.919 59.664 132.380 496.696 124.882
100 BANGLAD’H TAKA 1.640 0.975 1.205 1.150 0.850 1.526 1.578 1.580 1.558 4.6643 7.576 7.260 4.426 16,570 78.324 129.024 9.398 62.609 4.388 4.520 10.029 37.628 9.461
100 DANISH KRONER 22.583 13.428 16.601 15.842 11.714 21.020 21.729 21.759 21.456 64.2450 104.34 1,377 60.968 228,232 1,078.81 1,777 129.45 862.36 60.44 62.26 138.13 518.28 130.31
100 UAE DIRHAM 37.041 22.024 27.229 25.984 19.213 34.477 35.639 35.689 35.193 105.3749 171.15 2,259 164.02 374,347 1,769 2,915 212.32 1,414 99.13 102.11 226.56 850.08 213.73
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.007 0.007 0.005 0.009 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0281 0.046 0.603 0.044 0.027 0.473 0.779 0.057 0.378 0.026 0.027 0.061 0.227 0.057
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.093 1.245 1.539 1.468 1.086 1.948 2.014 2.017 1.989 5.9552 9.672 127.675 9.270 5.651 21,156 164.731 11.999 79.937 5.602 5.771 12.804 48.042 12.079
100 JAPAN YEN 1.271 0.756 0.934 0.891 0.659 1.183 1.223 1.224 1.207 3.6151 5.872 77.505 5.627 3.431 12,843 60.705 7.284 48.525 3.401 3.503 7.773 29.164 7.332
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 17.446 10.373 12.824 12.238 9.049 16.238 16.786 16.809 16.575 49.6300 80.607 1,064 77.251 47.099 176,312 833.389 1,373 666.183 46.687 48.094 106.708 400.374 100.664
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.619 1.557 1.925 1.837 1.358 2.437 2.520 2.523 2.488 7.4499 12.100 159.721 11.596 7.070 26,466 125.099 206.077 15.011 7.008 7.219 16.018 60.100 15.111
100 QATAR RIYAL 37.368 22.218 27.469 26.214 19.382 34.781 35.954 36.004 35.503 106.3041 172.656 2,279 165.467 100.882 377,648 1,785 2,941 214.193 1,427 103.013 228.562 857.575 215.616
100 SAUDI RIYAL 36.275 21.569 26.665 25.447 18.815 33.763 34.902 34.950 34.465 103.1945 167.605 2,212 160.627 97.931 366,601 1,733 2,855 207.928 1,385 97.075 221.876 832.489 209.309
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.349 9.721 12.018 11.469 8.480 15.217 15.730 15.752 15.533 46.5100 75.540 997.142 72.395 44.138 165,228 780.998 1,287 93.713 624.304 43.752 45.070 375.205 94.336
100 THAI BAHT 4.357 2.591 3.203 3.057 2.260 4.056 4.192 4.198 4.140 12.3959 20.133 265.759 19.295 11.764 44,037 208.153 342.892 24.977 166.390 11.661 12.012 26.652 25.143
100 HK$ 17.331 10.305 12.740 12.158 8.989 16.131 16.675 16.698 16.466 49.3025 80.076 1,057.011 76.741 46.788 175,148 827.890 1,364 99.340 661.787 46.379 47.776 106.004 397.732
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.
WED N ES DAY A P R I L 1 1 , 20 1 8 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
Markets 3 1
FUTURES . MONEY MARKET . COMMODITIES

Index futures Money market


Long Rolls - KLCI futures US Dollar Klibor
FKLI
Index points Open Interest Index points USD Index Implied interest rate (%)
105.0
18.00 -4.00
1980 1,859.50 90000 4.5
(+7.00) (-0.50) 3.73
96.5
(Unch)
1785 68000 4.75
3.5

1590 -8.50 88.0


46000
89.589
(-0.249) 2.5
1395 24000 -21.75 79.5

1200 2000 -35.00 71.0 1.5


Jan 4, 2010 Apr 10, 2018 Jan 4, 2010 Apr 10, 2018 Oct 2, 2006 Apr 10, 2018 Oct 1, 2000 Apr 10, 2018

FBM KLCI futures FBM KLCI futures US dollar dips to two-week Klibor
contracts close higher INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
lows on Xi comments MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracts on FBMKLCI 1,860.98 11.27 109.4M The US dollar dipped to a two-week low APR8 96.30 — — —
MAY8 96.29 — — —
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives closed higher APR 18 1,859.50 7.00 6,113 32,231 -785 against a basket of currencies yesterday after JUN8 96.27 — — —
yesterday, tracking gains on the underlying MAY 18 1,856.00 7.00 181 542 69
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s promise to SEP8 96.27 — — —
JUN 18 1,853.50 8.00 122 572 27
cash market. SEP 18 1,852.00 7.00 54 194 -4
cut import tariffs eased concerns about a DEC8 96.27 — — —
April 2018, May 2018 and September TOTAL trade conflict. MAR9 96.22 — — —
6,470 33,539 -693
JUN9 96.22 — — —
2018 rose seven points each to 1,859.5, Relatively high yielding currencies such as SEP9 96.22 — — —
1,856 and 1,852 respectively, while June FUTURES
APR/MAY
ROLL OVER BID
-3.5
OFFER
-4.5
CLOSE
-4.0
the Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar DEC9 96.22 — — —
2018 added eight points to 1,853.5. were the chief beneficiaries in London trading MAR0 96.22 — — —
Turnover declined to 6,470 lots from 6,852 FUTURES FAIR VALUE of a revival in risk appetite against the US dollar JUN0 96.22 — — —
SEP0 96.22 — — —
lots on Monday but open interest widened CONTRACT
APR 18
DAYS TO EXPIRY
21
KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE
3.47 0.65 2.82
while the yen and the Swiss franc weakened. DEC0 96.22 — — —
to 33,539 contracts from 33,386 contracts. MAY 18 52 8.84 9.53 -0.69 “President Xi’s comments and seasonality MAR1 96.22 — — —
The underlying benchmark FBM KLCI ROLL’S FAIR -3.51 effects with April being traditionally a strong JUN1 96.22 — — —
closed 11.27 points higher at 1,860.98. month for risk appetite is helping currency SEP1 96.22 — — —
DEC1 96.22 — — —
Most Southeast Asian stock markets markets recover some ground,” said Simon
MAR2 96.22 — — —
closed higher yesterday, as Chinese President Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY JUN2 96.22 — — —
Xi Jinping promised to lower import tariffs Mellon in London. SEP2 96.22 — — —
on products including cars, easing concerns Xi pledged to open the economy further DEC2 96.22 — — —
over an escalating US-China trade row. shares outside Japan recovered from early and lower import tariffs on products MAR3 96.22 — — —
TOTAL 0 0
MSCI’s Broadest Index of Asia-Pacific losses and climbed 0.8 %. — Agencies including cars. — 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 1,338.40
3450 152500 5075 0.3192 0.525 121.25 (+1.30)
(RM2,721/tonne) 64.80
(+1.38) 1340
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50

1950 53.75 1020


2,433 57500 2425 0.175
(-31) 2,433
1200 (-31) 700
10000 20.00
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Apr 10, 2018 Apr 10, 2007 Apr 10, 2018 Aug 31, 2008 Apr 10, 2018
Jan 6, 2008 Apr 10, 2018

Palm oil falls 1.3% on weaker- CPO futures Oil above US$70 a barrel as Commodities

than-forecast stocks decline CONTRACT


APR-18
LAST
2,436
CHANGE
-43
VOLUME
6
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
590 -5
shadow of trade war recedes AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,433 -31
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 526.50 7.00
MAY-18 2,432 -34 816 11,055 -425
Malaysian palm oil futures slipped to a one- Oil prices broke above US$70 a barrel CORN USC/BSH CBOT 390.25 -0.50
JUN-18 2,433 -31 18,621 68,182 -2,703
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 1,051.25 4.25
week low yesterday evening in a second JUL-18 2,429 -30 9,321 55,738 -1,695 yesterday, extending strong gains from
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 487.25 -3.50
straight losing session as they lost ground AUG-18 2,425 -27 5,505 23,742 275 the previous day, as investors grew more LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 102.50 0.18
on bearish industry regulator data released CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL optimistic that a trade dispute between COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,538 -15
at the market’s midday break. INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER FUTURES BASIS (USD) the US and China may be resolved without COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 120.30 -0.25
APR/MAY 4 CURRENT -58.36
Palm oil also fell in the first half of trade, APR/JUN 3 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -75.77
greater damage to the global economy. SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 12.25 -0.17
tracking declines in related edible oils on APR/JUL Brent crude were up US$1.53 at US$70.18 COTTON USC/IBS NYC 83.17 0.29
7 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -89.89
China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange. MAY/JUN -1 a barrel, while US light crude rose US$1.38 METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 21,150 240
The benchmark palm oil contract for June SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) to US$64.80 a barrel. The oil price has risen COPPER USC/IBS CMX 3.1335 0.0470
delivery on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives was SHIPMENT DAYS JAN’18 FEB’18 MAC’18 by nearly 4.5% in the last two trading days. GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,338.40 1.30
down 1.3% at RM2,433 a tonne. It earlier fell 1 - 10TH DAYS 381/259 421/412 340/358 President Xi Jinping yesterday promised PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 932.60 -5.10
1 - 15TH DAYS 565/553 635/608 604/596
to RM2,420, the lowest since April 4. to open China’s economy further and PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 931.35 2.50
Palm oil futures traders said the market 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
745/728
1,033/1,014
815/792 926/913
1,077/1,065 1,190/1,166
lower import tariffs, in a speech that struck SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.85 0.027
declined further in the second half of trade FULL MONTH a conciliatory tone on the trade tensions ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 14,350 145
1,313/1,290 1,168/— 1,395/1,145
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 24,500 130
on bearish data released by the Malaysian MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD between China and the US.
Palm Oil Board (MPOB). NOV’17 DEC’17 JAN’18 FEB’18 Equities and industrial commodities rose, ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 64.80 1.38
“Production is a concern,” said a futures PRODUCTION 1,943 1,834 1,587 1,343 while perceived safe havens such as gold and HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 2.0216 0.0312
trader, while another trader in Singapore EXPORT STOCKS
1,354
2,557
1,423
2,732
1,513
2,548
1,312
2,478
US Treasuries came under pressure, reflecting NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 2.749 0.018
added that end-stocks did not decline as confidence among traders and investors that BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 70.18 1.53
MPOB Palm oil physical
much as the market had expected. a trade war is increasingly unlikely. — Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 622.00 8.75
Palm oil production rose 17.2% to 1.57 (IN RM/TON) APR’18 MAY’18 JUN’18

million tonnes in March from the previous CPO DELD


PK EX-MILL
2,447.00 2,465.00 NO TRADE
1,905.00 NO TRADE NO TRADE
Centrifuged Latex Rubber - M’sia SMR 20
month, while exports climbed 19.2% to 1.57 CPKO DELD 3,968.50 NO TRADE NO TRADE Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
million tonnes, data released by the MPOB at RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
the midday break showed. While stockpiles RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE
fell 6.2% to 2.32 million tonnes, the decline RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 449.50 1475 526.50
(+1.50)
was smaller than market expectations. MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) (+7.00)

A Reuters poll had forecast March end- REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
stocks in Malaysia to decline 8.6% from NORTH 20.00% 527 19.00% 503 18.00% 479
February to 2.27 million tonnes. SOUTH 20.00% 533 19.00% 509 18.00% 485
500 625
In related oils, the Chicago Board of CENTRAL 20.00% 527 19.00% 503 18.00% 479
Trade’s May soybean oil contract declined EAST COAST 20.00% 529 19.00% 505 18.00% 481 300 200
SABAH 22.00% 513 21.00% 491 20.00% 469 Jan 7, 2007 Apr 10, 2018 Jan 7, 2007 Apr 10, 2017
0.1%. — Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 519 21.00% 497 20.00% 475
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KLCI 1,860.98 11.27 FBM ACE 5,505.67 350.58 FTSTI 3,466.38 16.42 NIKKEI 21,794.32 116.06 HANG SENG 30,728.74 499.16 DOW JONES 23,979.10 46.34

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Daily top 20 active stocks
UNUSUAL MARKET ACTIVITIES TURNOVER CHANGE CHANGE PRICE PE DIVIDEND
FBM KLCI & KLCI futures intraday (‘000) (RM) (%) (RM) RATIO YIELD (%)
STOCK VOLUME CHANGE CHANGE CLOSE HIGH LOW UMWOG 174,190.3 0.030 12.24 0.275 — 0.00
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) HUAAN 166,878.3 0.085 25.00 0.425 4.72 0.00
Index point
1862.0 1,860.98 HUAAN 166,878 25.00 0.085 0.425 0.430 0.335 SKH 148,665.6 0.015 18.75 0.095 — 0.00
1860.1 (+11.27) SKH 148,666 18.75 0.015 0.095 0.095 0.070 SAPNRG 139,390.4 0.020 3.88 0.535 — 1.94
1858.2 HIBISCS-WC 123,130 17.24 0.050 0.340 0.345 0.280 HIBISCS-WC 123,130.0 0.050 17.24 0.340 — 0.00
1856.3 SUMATEC 90,234 18.18 0.010 0.065 0.070 0.055 SUMATEC 90,233.7 0.010 18.18 0.065 — 0.00
KL Composite Index PWORTH 79,370 25.00 0.040 0.200 0.210 0.160 PWORTH 79,370.3 0.040 25.00 0.200 17.78 0.00
1854.4 1,859.50
(+7.00) UCREST 54,256 14.81 0.040 0.310 0.320 0.275 PUC 66,892.4 0.005 1.96 0.260 — 0.00
1852.5
KLCI futures SAPNRGC64 43,176 13.33 0.010 0.085 0.085 0.075 HIBISCS 57,725.2 0.065 8.55 0.825 30.28 0.00
1850.6
HENGYUAN-CM 35,350 -7.14 -0.005 0.065 0.075 0.060 UCREST 54,256.1 0.040 14.81 0.310 12.92 0.00
1848.7 KNM 33,804 10.53 0.020 0.210 0.210 0.185 NEXGRAM 51,835.6 0.005 10.00 0.055 — 0.00
1846.8 EAH 30,768 12.50 0.005 0.045 0.045 0.040 SAPNRGC64 43,176.0 0.005 6.25 0.085 — 0.00
1844.9 HSI-H4A 27,322 -13.76 -0.075 0.470 0.575 0.460 GLOTEC 41,005.5 UNCH UNCH 0.045 — 0.00
1843.0 PA-WB 26,187 22.22 0.010 0.055 0.055 0.045 HENGYUAN-CM 35,349.5 UNCH UNCH 0.065 — 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
PERISAI 26,081 12.50 0.005 0.045 0.045 0.035 KNM 33,803.8 0.020 10.53 0.210 — 0.00
PDZ-WB 24,668 -16.67 -0.005 0.025 0.030 0.025 EAH 30,768.2 0.005 12.50 0.045 100.00 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI ANNJOO-CL 21,203 66.67 0.020 0.050 0.055 0.035 AAX 29,571.5 0.020 5.48 0.385 15.87 0.00
FGV 20,453 9.83 0.170 1.900 1.920 1.690 MASTEEL 28,255.8 0.085 10.63 0.885 4.58 0.00
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day HBGLOB 27,346.7 0.030 15.00 0.230 6.71 0.00
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 HSI-H4A 27,321.9 -0.025 -5.05 0.470 — 0.00
1,860.98 traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
(+11.27) 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
1,853.49 FBM KLCI gains after Xi’s CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

speech calms trade war fears KESM


DIN040000223
17.020
98.700
2.220
0.700
BAT
GENP
23.320
10.000
-0.260
-0.180
1122.5 AJI 22.200 0.540 HSI-H4G 0.720 -0.165
NESTLE 150.100 0.500 AYER 6.050 -0.150
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI jumped 11.27 points or UNISEM 2.730 0.360 HAPSENG 9.700 -0.150
820.0 0.6% after China President Xi Jinping struck a conciliatory MPI 8.540 0.340 PMETAL-CW 0.245 -0.150
Jan 2, 2008 Apr 10, 2018 tone in his speech yesterday, in which he highlighted China’s LCTITAN 6.390 0.330 A50CHIN-H15 0.955 -0.135
plan to widen market access for foreign investors, raise the ANNJOO 3.220 0.320 HENGYUAN 8.930 -0.130
900
foreign ownership limit in the automobile sector and protect PMETAL-WC 4.280 0.320 PETRONM 8.640 -0.110
BKAWAN 18.300 0.300 HSI-H4D 1.090 -0.100
intellectual property of foreign firms.
600 MFCB 3.480 0.300 HSI-H4F 1.000 -0.100
Reuters reported that US stock futures rallied, Asian PMETAL 4.670 0.290 AEONCR 12.300 -0.100
300 equities bounced and the safe-haven yen fell yesterday,
as Xi Jinping promised to lower import tariffs on products Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
including cars, helping soothe investor jitters over an

 
Volume (’mil)
escalating US-China trade row. Xi was speaking at the Boao UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
Forum for Asia in the Hainan province.
FBM KLCI futures At Bursa Malaysia, the FBM KLCI closed at 1,860.98 at PESTECH-CA 0.030 500.00 HSI-H2V 0.020 -80.00

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


5pm. Trade volume across Bursa was 3.73 billion shares ECONBHD-CE 0.030 500.00 UEMS-C58 0.070 -53.33
SKPRES-CI 0.025 400.00 ASTRO-C7 0.080 -46.67
APR 18 1,859.50 7.00 1,860.50 1,843.00 worth RM2.71 billion. On Monday, trade volume was 2.22 SUNCON-CL 0.020 300.00 MAHSING-C15 0.085 -43.33
MAY 18 1,856.00 7.00 1,856.00 1,841.00 billion shares worth RM2.1 billion. FGV-C38 0.035 250.00 MBSB-C11 0.090 -40.00
JUN 18 1,853.50 8.00 1,853.50 1,838.50
Across Asian share markets, Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose AMBANK-C6 0.015 200.00 PMETAL-CW 0.245 -37.97
0.54%, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index increased 1.65%. UNISEM-C2 0.015 200.00 GDEX-CK 0.025 -37.50
FBM KLCI sensitivity* Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd head of retail research Loui FGV-C44 0.055 175.00 BAUTO-CW 0.095 -36.67

KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME Low told theedgemarkets.com that the stock market’s gain was GKENT-CC 0.175 169.23 INARI-C13 0.100 -33.33
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) FGV-C41 0.085 142.86 HSI-H2W 0.080 -33.33
SIME DARBY PLANTATION 3.14 0.280 5.800 1879.0
a recovery from a severely oversold position recently following SUNCON-CM 0.070 133.33 MMCCORP-C9 0.020 -33.33
PRESS METAL 1.85 0.290 4.670 17577.1 concerns over the trade spat between the US and China. GKENT-CD 0.115 130.00 PETRONM-CK 0.010 -33.33
SIME DARBY 1.46 0.130 2.740 26752.0 “The market movement today (yesterday) is a recovery
AXIATA GROUP 0.90 0.060 5.320 3491.3 from an oversold position seen in the last week. Chinese Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
AMMB 0.90 0.180 3.920 2251.4 president Xi Jinping’s speech has given confidence to the
MAXIS 0.64 0.050 5.840 1288.6 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
RHB BANK 0.53 0.080 5.250 944.6
market after concerns over a potential trade war led to a CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
IOI CORPORATION 0.52 0.050 4.740 2812.6 heavy selldown recently,” Low said. — by Billy Toh PESTECH-CA 0.030 500.00 HSI-H2V 0.020 -80.00
MISC 0.37 0.050 7.180 2933.0
World equity indices ECONBHD-CE 0.030 500.00 UEMS-C58 0.070 -53.33
MAYBANK 0.36 0.020 10.480 18838.5 SKPRES-CI 0.025 400.00 ASTRO-C7 0.080 -46.67
CIMB GROUP 0.30 0.020 7.040 15949.0 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE SUNCON-CL 0.020 300.00 MAHSING-C15 0.085 -43.33
KLCC PROP REIT 0.30 0.100 7.150 500.8
DOW JONES 23,979.10 46.34 INDONESIA 6,325.82 79.69 FGV-C38 0.035 250.00 MBSB-C11 0.090 -40.00
PETRONAS GAS -0.33 -0.100 18.100 273.8
S&P 500 2,613.16 8.69 JAPAN 21,794.32 116.06 AMBANK-C6 0.015 200.00 PMETAL-CW 0.245 -37.97
YTL CORPORATION -0.36 -0.020 1.420 1787.3
NASDAQ 100 6,472.34 39.13 KOREA 2,450.74 6.66 UNISEM-C2 0.015 200.00 GDEX-CK 0.025 -37.50
PETRONAS CHEMICAL -0.40 -0.030 8.450 3428.9
FTSE 100 7,194.75 11.11 PHILIPPINES 7,934.68 -10.98 FGV-C44 0.055 175.00 BAUTO-CW 0.095 -36.67
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED -0.62 -0.150 9.700 127.6
AUSTRALIA 5,857.00 48.30 SINGAPORE 3,466.38 16.42 GKENT-CC 0.175 169.23 INARI-C13 0.100 -33.33
SUB-TOTAL 9.57
CHINA 3,190.32 52.03 TAIWAN 10,927.18 33.65 FGV-C41 0.085 142.86 HSI-H2W 0.080 -33.33
OTHERS 1.70
HONG KONG 30,728.74 499.16 THAILAND 1,760.95 9.68 SUNCON-CM 0.070 133.33 MMCCORP-C9 0.020 -33.33
GRAND TOTAL 11.27
INDIA 33,880.25 91.71 VIETNAM 1,198.12 -6.21 GKENT-CD 0.115 130.00 PETRONM-CK 0.010 -33.33
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