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THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 2018 ISSUE 2799/2018

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Genting hit with more bad luck
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OSK Holdings
permanently aborts
OCC Cables’ HK
IPO plan on
market turmoil
TIRED BULLS
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Petronas says
VERSUS
Canada LNG curb
only for summer
months
ENERGISED BEARS? An increasing number of
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investors appear to believe
Review of Top 10 the 10-year US market rally
Stock Picks for 2018 is coming to an end.
10 H O M E B U S I N E S S Tan Xue Ying has the story
PNB announces on Page 6.
new board of
directors
12 P R O P E RT Y

China still has a


stockpile of overseas
real estate to sell

20 W O R L D Asian traders in suspense following


Trump vows no end
to shutdown until
US$5.6 trillion stock loss
19 WORLD BUSINESS
wall funded
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Russia warns US against
interfering in royal succession
Moscow offers to support embattled Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed
BY HENRY M E Y E R and I can’t even imagine on what the 33-year-old into the oil-rich Prince Mohammed has stead-
& STEPAN KRAVC HE NKO grounds someone in America will kingdom’s de facto ruler. ily amassed more power since he
interfere in such an issue and think The two countries have coop- became the heir to the throne in
MOSCOW: Russia has warned the about who should rule Saudi Ara- erated in limiting oil production 2017, sidelining his rivals.
US against any effort to influence bia, now or in the future. This is a to support prices under the Opec+ Senior US officials indicated
the royal succession in Saudi Ara- Saudi matter,” he said. arrangement and Putin is sched- they might back Prince Ahmed as
bia, offering its support for em- Senior US lawmakers have uled to visit Saudi Arabia next year. king, Reuters reported last month,
battled Saudi Crown Prince Mo- blamed the crown prince for Last month at the Group of 20 citing unidentified people close
hammed Salman, who’s under the murder of columnist Jamal summit in Argentina, Putin and to the Saudi court. While Presi-
continuing pressure over the kill- Khashoggi in Turkey, a conclusion Prince Mohammed greeted each dent Donald Trump has sought
ing of a government critic. they said was backed by the Cen- other with broad grins and a high to emphasise the importance of
The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd President Vladimir Putin’s en- tral Intelligence Agency. five handshake even as the Saudi the US alliance with Saudi Arabia,
(266980-X) voy to the Middle East said Prince The Saudi government has crown prince faced a chilly recep- prominent senators have come out
Level 3, Menara KLK, No 1 Jalan PJU 7/6, Mohammed has every right to in- repeatedly denied the prince’s tion from other leaders in the wake against the crown prince, with one,
Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
herit the throne when the ailing involvement and said he was of the Khashoggi killing. Republican Lindsey Graham, de-
82-year-old King Salman dies. killed by government agents in After the only surviving full scribing him as “crazy” and “dan-
“Of course we are against in- a botched plan to force his re- brother of King Salman, Prince gerous.”
terference. The Saudi people and turn home. Ahmed, returned to Saudi Ara- Asked if Prince Mohammed has
Publisher and Group CEO Ho Kay Tat leadership must decide such ques- Russia says it accepts the Sau- bia from London in late October, the right to succeed his father, Bog-
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For News Tips/Press Releases danov, who is also deputy foreign Russia has built increasingly tled members of the Saudi royal decided, it’s all absolutely clear.
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“The king made a decision Mohammed as his heir, turning instead of him as king. concerns about this.” — Bloomberg
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Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville, ropean Union (EU) and trade dis- and the government should do escalation of international trade sion reported yesterday.
Aminullah Abdul Karim, putes triggered by US President more to help them, for exam- disputes sparked by the US could Cai Xiyou, who headed one
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Donald Trump’s “America First” ple lowering corporate taxes and potentially derail the economic of the world’s largest chemical
policies were posing the biggest investing more in digital infra- upswing. conglomerates, was put under
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Manager Katherine Tan The German economy, Eu- “The biggest risk in the short Schweitzer said German com- He pleaded guilty to the
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rope’s largest, is expected to post term is Brexit,” said Dieter Kempf, panies are still worried about charges and said he would not
CORPORATE its weakest growth rate in many president of the BDI industry as- the US imposing higher import appeal, the TV channel said.
Chief Operating Officer years in 2018 as exporters are fac- sociation. tariffs on European cars. Cai was charged with tak-
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Tired bulls versus energised bears?


An increasing number of investors appear to believe the 10-year US market rally is coming to an end
BY TA N XU E Y ING stripped gainers by 567 versus
208, while 318 counters finished
KUALA LUMPUR: Most Asian Oil rises to US$51 after steep slide; growth fears weigh unchanged yesterday.
markets, which resumed trading With only three trading days
yesterday after a one-day Christ- BY ALEX LAWLE R US crude was up 68 US cents Russia decided earlier this month to left for 2018, Malacca Securities
mas break, were greeted by bears at US$43.21. return to a policy of cutting produc- Sdn Bhd senior analyst Kenneth
that seem to be gaining strength. LONDON: Oil rose to US$51 “I think there is a little bit of tion in 2019, unwinding a decision Leong forecasts that the KLCI
But late bargain hunting helped (RM213.18) a barrel yesterday over-extension to the downside taken in June 2018 to pump more oil. would retest the two-year low
pare some losses. on perceptions that a price slide linked to global market fears,” said The producers’ alliance, known of 1,630 points, before wrapping
Christmas parties were also to 2017 lows prompted by eco- Olivier Jakob, analyst at Petroma- as Opec+, plans to lower output up the year between 1,630 points
less cheerful in Asia as investors nomic worries had been over- trix. “It’s all about equities. by 1.2 million barrels per day and 1,650 points.
woke up to the continued sharp done amid an Opec-led effort to “Opec has shown it wants high- (bpd), of which Opec’s share is Leong pointed out that al-
fall on Wall Street on Monday — tighten supply. er prices and is working towards 800,000bpd, next year, and some though there could be a rebound
the worst trading day on Christ- Crude has been caught up in that goal.” ministers have even suggested in the now oversold US market
mas eve in history. wider financial market weakness Trade was thin due to the taking further action. as bargain hunting emerges on
The Dow Jones Industrial Av- as the US government shutdown, Christmas holidays. Asian stock Stephen Innes, head of trading beaten-down stocks, any recov-
erage slumped 1,067.4 points in higher US interest rates and the markets retreated again yesterday. for Asia-Pacific at futures broker- ery would be minor.
two trading days — 414.23 points US-China trade dispute unnerved Markets in Britain, Germany and age Oanda in Singapore, said some Regional markets were mainly
last Friday and 653.17 points on investors and exacerbated wor- France remained closed yesterday. buying interest had returned after down yesterday, save for Japan.
Monday. ries about global growth. While economic worries have firmer trading in US equity futures. The Nikkei 225 recouped some
The direction of Asian marts Brent crude, the global bench- weighed, the outlook is not as weak But, he added, economic worries lost ground, up 171.32 points, or
today will be largely dependent mark, was up 70 US cents at as in 2016 when a supply glut built will continue to weigh unless Opec 0.89%, after it tumbled 1,010.45
on the overnight closing in the US$51.17 at 1120 GMT. It earlier up, because Opec this time is trying reassures the market as to the via- points, or 5%, on Tuesday and
US market on Boxing Day, said fell to US$49.93, the lowest since to prop up the market, Jakob said. bility of the supply cuts and “even declared it had entered bear
analysts. July 2017, and posted a 6.2% slide Concerned that a new glut could imposes deeper ones as some mem- market.
Nonetheless, as equity routs in the previous session. form, Opec and its allies including bers have suggested”. — Reuters Leading the fall yesterday,
are happening more rapidly than South Korea’s Kospi shed 1.31%
before, this reiterates the bearish to 2,028,01 points; Singapore’s
outlook on the US and the global Straits Times Index slipped 39.91
markets. An increasing number KLCI constituents YTD change points, or 1.31%, to 3,011.15
of investors tend to be convinced (%) points; the Jakarta Composite
that the 10-year-old bull could be Genting Malaysia
Genting
-46.8
-34.1
Index fell 0.58%, or 35.75 points,
getting exhausted. Axiata Group -27.5 to 6,127.85 points. Bangkok’s SET
Sime Darby Plantation -22.2
“We are likely at a very late MISC -15.5
Index was almost flat at 1,556.93
stage of the equity bull market. DiGi.Com -14.3 points, up slightly by 0.28 points.
Press Metal Aluminium Holdings -13.4
“We could be entering a peri- Maxis -12.8 Leong told The Edge Financial
od of relatively flat equity mar- CIMB Group Holdings -12.5 Daily the current selling pressure
Tenaga Nasional -11.3
kets with periods of volatility de- IHH Healthcare -8.0 may persist into the new year,
pending on how the economy Malaysia Airports Holdings
Malayan Banking
-6.9
-4.6
although he said it is too early
and corporate earnings [will be] Kuala Lumpur Kepong -3.2 to ascertain whether the end of
AMMB Holdings -3.2
during the initial months of the IOI Corp -0.9
the 10-year market rally is nigh.
new year,” said Geoffrey Ng, in- Hap Seng Consolidated 3.2 “The weakness is likely to per-
Hong Leong Financial Group 4.3
vestment adviser and director at RHB Bank 6.0
sist at least until the end of this
Fortress Capital Asset Manage- Sime Darby 6.7 week, or even the next. There are
Petronas Gas 7.4
ment (M) Sdn Bhd. Petronas Dagangan 9.0 no other fresh local catalysts that
The slew of factors like the Hartalega Holdings
PPB Group
16.5 could possibly drive the market
18.7
political uncertainty as a result Hong Leong Bank 18.8 upwards. We are not seeing a fol-
of the shutdown of the US gov- Public Bank 19.2 low-through buying interest from
Petronas Chemicals Group 19.4
ernment, signals of higher US Dialog Group 22.3 the window-dressing activities in
Nestle Malaysia 41.0
interest rates and the ongoing Top Glove Corp 41.4
the past week or so, but rather, a
US-China trade war that is hurt- -60 -40 -20 0 20 40
continued selldown.
ing global economic growth will Source: Bloomberg
“However, I think it is still
continue to weigh on asset class- quite early to say that it is end-
es like equities and many com- ing (the long stretch of bull run),
modities, Ng explained. at least for now. It (the rally)
“We believe the current sell- tends to take cues from external Tenaga Nasional Bhd. It recouped the Bursa Malaysia Energy Index could last until the first quarter
down is a combination of both factors in the last week of the year. some losses to close at 1,672.6 shed 1.31%, or 10.75 points, to of 2019, but that being said, we
concerns about the slowdown On Bursa Malaysia, the bench- points, down 11.22 points, or 0.7%, 806.77 points. Meanwhile, the FBM should also monitor the next
in the economy and corporate mark FBM KLCI fell as much as yesterday. Small Cap Index slid 107.80 points, US-China bilateral meeting to
earnings leading to an excuse to 23.02 points, or 1.4%, to 1660.8 No thanks to the soft crude oil or 0.93%, to close at 11,524.73 see if the market would then re-
dump shares,” he added. points, led by the over 3% decline prices, which dropped below the points. cover, or tank, from its outcome,”
Ng noted that the local bourse in heavyweights Genting Bhd and US$50 (RM209) level on Monday, Across the board, decliners out- said Leong.

OSK Holdings permanently aborts OCC Cables’ HK IPO plan


BY SU PRI YA SU RENDR AN pected to have any material impact Main Board of the Stock Exchange which is currently running at a high 75% of the enlarged issued share
on the group’s consolidated earn- of Hong Kong Ltd. utilisation rate. capital of OCC Cables.
KUALA LUMPUR: OSK Holdings ings per share and net assets per The proposed listing was origi- OCC Cables is a wholly-owned However, OSK Holdings an-
Bhd has permanently aborted plans share for the financial year ending nally slated for Oct 19, and its initial subsidiary of OSK Industries Ltd, nounced on Oct 12 that it had de-
to list its indirect subsidiary OCC Dec 31, 2018 (FY18). public offering (IPO) exercise was which in turn is a wholly-owned cided not to proceed with the listing
Cables Ltd in Hong Kong, citing However, the group will expense expected to raise net proceeds of subsidiary of PJ Development Hold- of OCC Cables due to the adverse
“continuous adverse global market off RM12.1 million for FY18 as costs HK$149 million (RM79.52 million). ings Bhd, a unit of OSK Holdings. global market conditions.
conditions”. in relation to the proposed listing. OSK Holdings had also shared that Upon completion of the pro- OSK Holdings shares closed
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia On March 26, OSK Holdings an- the main objective of the exercise posed listing, OSK Holdings would down 0.5 sen, or 0.6%, at 86 sen
yesterday, OSK Holdings said the nounced that it was considering was to expand the capacity of OCC have continued to be a controlling yesterday, for a market capitalisa-
termination of the listing is not ex- listing its cable business on the Cables’ Melaka power cable plant, shareholder holding not more than tion of RM1.78 billion.
THU RSDAY D EC E MBE R 27, 2018 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY
HOME BUSINESS 7

Genting hit with more bad luck


Genting, GENM shares fall over news that Wynn Resorts is suing Resorts World over similar design
BY C H ESTER TAY laysia, down 21 sen or 3.37% from sidering various options for it.
Monday’s close of RM6.23. Its mar- Genting Bhd Genting Malaysia Bhd Earlier in November, Budget 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Group’s ket capitalisation is now RM23.18 Vol (mil) RM Vol (mil) RM
served as bad news for Genting and
run of bad luck isn’t ending. This billion. A total of 3.3 million shares 40 10 400 6 GENM after it was revealed that ca-
time, Genting Bhd’s indirect whol- crossed hands. sino duties will be revised up to 35%
ly-owned subsidiary that is devel- Year to date (YTD), its share price over existing duty rates. Also, the
oping the Resorts World Las Vegas has fallen 34% from RM9.08, which 30 300 5 annual casino licence fee will be re-
property located in Las Vegas, has translates into a market capitalisa- 8 vised from RM120 million to RM150
found itself entangled in a lawsuit tion loss of RM12.43 billion. million effective Jan 1 next year.
20 200 4
with US-based casino operator GENM shares were not spared, And on Nov 30, Genting swung to
Wynn Resorts Holdings LLC. falling as much as 3.6% to touch 6
a third-quarter net loss of RM275.8
RM6.02
According to news reports yes- an intraday low of RM2.92 in early 10 100 3 million — its first quarterly net loss
RM2.95
terday, Wynn Resorts is suing Gen- trade, before settling at RM2.95 – in 10 years — versus a net profit of
ting’s unit Resorts World Las Vegas still down eight sen or 2.64% from RM190.04 million a year ago, no
LLC (RWLV), claiming similar archi- Monday’s close of RM3.03. A total 0 4 0 2 thanks to an RM1.83 billion impair-
tectural design in Resorts World Las of 18.41 million shares were traded, Dec 4, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 Dec 4, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 ment loss on GENM’s investment in
Vegas’ hotel and casino to Wynn Las making it one of the most active the promissory notes issued by the
Vegas, Encore and Wynn Macau. stocks on Bursa yesterday. Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. At the
“The architectural design em- YTD, GENM has lost RM16.09 the due date for a response. lines of glass panes,” the report said. same time, GENM announced its
bodied in the defendant’s Resorts billion in market value to close at “RWLV is reviewing the com- The lawsuit is said to have in- largest quarterly net loss of RM1.49
World Las Vegas hotel and casino RM16.68 billion yesterday. The plaint with its legal counsels and cluded photographs of design ele- billion for the third quarter ended
is substantially similar to plaintiff ’s counter has fallen almost half or will strenuously defend the claim ments in the multibillion-US-dollar Sept 30, 2018.
registered copyrighted architectural 49% since the beginning of the year, and take all necessary legal action, Genting scheme, which is due to Despite these headwinds, Gent-
work, and therefore [the] defendant from RM5.57. as appropriate. open in 2020. ing remains a popular stock pick for
is violating plaintiff’s copyrights In an immediate response to “[Genting] will make the neces- On Nov 27, GENM announced analysts. Bloomberg data showed
in addition to plaintiff ’s registered the reports yesterday, Genting con- sary announcements as and when that it was suing Fox Entertainment that out of the 16 research houses
and common law trade dress,” Las firmed that RWLV had notified that required on any material develop- Group LLC and The Walt Disney Co that cover the stock, 12 of them
Vegas Review-Journal reported the a complaint dated Dec 21, 2018 was ment of the matter,” it added. for US$1 billion (RM4.18 billion) for have a “buy” call and the remain-
lawsuit as saying. filed by Wynn Resorts against RWLV According to Las Vegas Re- terminating an agreement to devel- ing four have a “hold” rating. The
Shares in Genting and its alleging trade dress infringement, view-Journal, at issue is the similarity op a Twentieth Century Fox World target price ranges from RM7.12
49%-owned subsidiary Genting Ma- trademark dilution and copyright of the architectural trade dress of the theme park in Genting Highlands. to RM10.90.
laysia Bhd (GENM) tumbled yester- infringement over the design of buildings. “On properties in Las Ve- Disney is in the midst of acquir- Meanwhile, GENM has five
day after the news broke — with no RWLV’s upcoming hotel and casi- gas, Macau and Everett, Massachu- ing Fox for US$71.3 billion. “buy” calls out of 20 research cov-
reprieve from the Christmas break. no resort property. setts, Wynn used a concave facade As a result, the opening date erages, while nine have a “hold”
Genting shares closed at its in- Genting told Bursa that RWLV with curved bronze glass coupled of GENM’s most anticipated new rating and the remaining six call-
traday low of RM6.02 — making it will file a response to Wynn Re- with horizontal cream-coloured outdoor theme park is still up in ing a “sell”. The target price ranges
one of the top losers on Bursa Ma- sorts on or before Jan 14, 2019, banding above and between the the air as the group is still con- from RM2.70 to RM3.80.

Natural gas tariff to go up by Petronas says Canada LNG curb


only for summer months
0.7% in 1H 2019 in peninsula BY A R J UN A C H A N D R A N S H A N K A R

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Na-


quoted Petronas Canada chief ex-
ecutive officer Mark Fitzgerald as
saying that Petronas, which has a
sional Bhd (Petronas) said reports 25% interest in the US$40 billion
BY C H ESTER TAY from the current average tariff field, increase participation and pave that it has been curtailing produc- liquefied natural gas (LNG) Canada
after surcharge. the way for stronger socio-economic tion from wells in Canada was in ref- project, has been curtailing produc-
KUALA LUMPUR: Gas Malaysia “While the tariff revision has no progress in the country. erence to intermittent market con- tion by between 50 and 200 million
Bhd will raise the average natural material impact on Gas Malaysia’s “MGA is committed to work to- ditions over the summer months. cu ft per day from Canadian wells
gas base tariff for the non-power business operations, it is expected gether with policymakers and in- In a statement yesterday, the which are capable of producing
sector in Peninsular Malaysia to to contribute positively towards the dustry players to further develop a national oil major said its subsid- 700 million cu ft per day.
RM32.69 per million British thermal group’s financial position for the fi- vibrant gas market. Natural gas offers iary Petronas Energy Canada Ltd However, in yesterday’s state-
units (MMBtu) from Jan 1 to June nancial year ending Dec 31, 2019,” integrated, innovative gas solutions (Petronas Canada) had used the ment, Petronas clarified that as
30 next year, up from the current Gas Malaysia said in a filing with for the country’s long-term energy period as an opportunity to perform seasonal demand for gas increases,
RM31.92 per MMBtu. Bursa Malaysia yesterday. mix at significantly lower economic maintenance and inspection of its Petronas Canada and its partners
The revision, along with a 23 In a separate statement, the Ma- and environmental costs. production facilities. are currently producing at near
sen per MMBtu gas cost pass laysian Gas Association (MGA) sec- “As such, MGA firmly advocates “These maintenance and inspec- full capacity at 620 million cu ft per
through surcharge, translates retary-general Rosman Hamzah said expanding the use of natural gas tion activities are usually performed day from its Canadian ventures in
to an average effective tariff of it supports the government’s long- for fuelling a sustainable future,” in the normal course of business by North Montney.
RM32.92 per MMBtu — up 0.7% term vision to create a level playing he added. companies under similar circum- “Petronas continues to ensure
stances,” it noted. long-term energy supply for a sus-
On Dec 23, The Canadian Press tainable energy future,” it said.

Japanese online broker buys 11.65% stake in N2N Connect


KUALA LUMPUR: Japanese online through the promotion of more cau, provides its Japanese partner
EA Technique COO quits after
broker SBI Japannext Co Ltd has trading activities in the region a platform to boost regional inter- less than a year
bought an 11.65% stake in N2N Con- while encouraging greater uptake est in Japanese equities and bonds
nect Bhd, allowing more opportuni- of cross-border trading,” N2N said through the former’s proprietary KUALA LUMPUR: EA Technique Prior to that, he was vice-presi-
ties for both parties to collaborate in a statement yesterday. trading system. (M) Bhd chief operating officer dent of business relationship and
in the development of alternative It said its Asia Trading Hub span- At the same time, existing cus- (COO) Johari Shukri Jamil has re- marketing, industrial development
trading systems for the Asian region, ning Southeast Asian countries such tomers of N2N Connect “will have signed to pursue other personal division of Johor Corp and TPM
particularly in cross-border trading. as Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the opportunity to tap into the li- interests. Technopark Sdn Bhd and execu-
“The collaboration between Singapore, Vietnam and the Phil- quidity pool in Japan by promoting According to EA Technique’s tive director of Tanjung Langsat
Japannext and N2N will open up ippines, as well as other markets in Asian markets to Japanese investors”. Annual Report 2017, Johari, 46, Port Sdn Bhd. — By Arjuna Chan-
new opportunities for both entities Asia namely Hong Kong and Ma- — By Arjuna Chandran Shankar was appointed on Feb 1 this year. dran Shankar
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Review of Top 10 Stock Picks for 2018


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VOLATILITY and uncertainty reigned across global The Edge Financial Daily’s stock pick performance YTD Int
equity markets including Bursa Malaysia in 2018. and
PRICE ON PRICE ON Ser
Although investors started the year off on a high note, NAME DEC 29, 2017 (RM) DEC 26, 2018 (RM) RETURN (%)
be
Velesto Energy Bhd 0.30 0.17 -42.62 giv
the mood quickly soured as trade war tensions built up. Inari Amertron Bhd 2.19 1.43 -34.76 as a
Berjaya Food Bhd 1.80 1.35 -25.21
BY SA MA NTHA HO The stock closed down 0.5 sen Straits Inter Logistics Bhd 0.26 0.22 -15.38 com
& SU PRI YA SU RENDR AN or 2.78% to 17.5 sen yesterday, leav- Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd 3.17 3.67 15.63 exi
ing the group with a RM1.44 billion spe
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd 6.30 5.72 -9.16
ON the local front, a stunning de- market value. com
feat of the long-standing Barisan Although the group recorded a Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd 2.77 2.81 1.30
Nasional (BN) coalition in the May net profit of RM5 million in its first Tenaga Nasional Bhd 14.76 13.54 -8.27
9 general election threw the local quarter of 2018 (1QFY18), it fell back Tasco Bhd 2.03 1 -50.69 S
market into a frenzy. BN-linked into the red in the following two quar- MKH Bhd 1.58 1.12 -29.16
companies as well as construc- ters, resulting in a net loss of RM32.6 Source: Bursa Malaysia 4
tion stocks were especially hit as million over the nine-month period
the government shelved mega in- ended Sept 30, 2018 (9MFY18).
frastructure projects such as the Revenue has also underper- expressed its intention to diversify However, its Malaysian KRR op- 4
Chinese-funded US$20 billion East formed in 9MFY18, down 2.73% to its revenue streams, including into Berjaya Food Bhd erations continue to disappoint, as
Coast Rail Link, and put others in- RM383.9 million versus RM394.7 producing light-emitting diodes for RM did its Jollibean brand of restaurants. 3
cluding the mass rapid transit Line million a year ago. digital billboards. 2.0 Looking forward, observers of the
3 and the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore In October, Velesto president and Although the group’s earnings stock are still positive on its pros-
high speed rail under review. executive director Rohaizad Darus for its financial year ended June 30, pects. 3
The intention of the federal gov- told The Edge Malaysia weekly that 2018 had risen 9.44% to RM249.27 “BFood has started to offer its
ernment to cut costs also did not he believes the worst is over for the million, quarterly net profit declined Jollibean brand for franchising. Al-
bode well for companies such as company as it had cleaned up its from its fourth quarter onwards. 1.5 though minimal, we believe the 2
Gamuda Bhd, as well as toll con- balance sheet and is bidding for Lower volume loading on a ma- contribution from franchising will
cessionaires in light of the Paka- some US$500 million worth of jobs. jor sensor product and the disposal further elevate the group’s earnings
tan Harapan coalition’s pledge to Analysts seem to agree as the of assets of a 51%-owned subsid- RM1.35
growth potential,” AmInvestment
abolish tolls. Other companies that counter is still favoured as a “buy” iary also dragged Inari’s earnings Bank said in a Dec 6 report. 5. S
were hit are those heavily depend- recommendation by five out of sev- down 12.02% to RM60.16 million in Cheaper coffee prices are also ex- Sha
ent on government concessions, en analysts with an eye on the stock. 1QFY19 ended Sept 30, 2018. Rev- 1.0 pected to favour the group, although Bh
including MyEG Services Bhd and According to Bloomberg data, the enue for 1QFY19 declined 12.7% Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 this is partially offset by a 10% import yea
Prestariang Bhd. consensus 12-month target price to RM325.72 million year-on-year. tax and higher costs from substitut- ter
Global factors also affected is 30 sen. Twelve of 17 analysts covering ing plastic straws, the report noted
the local bourse. The FBM KLCI “With an improving outlook over the stock have a “buy” call with a up 4% at RM327.96 million from stro
spent most of the second half of the next 12 months, any short-term consensus 12-month target price RM315.17 million previously. ma
2018 trading in line with regional weakness in share price is an oppor- of RM2.07, according to Bloomb- The group’s share price, howev- Straits Inter Logistics Bhd ing
markets. The manufacturing and tunity to accumulate,” said Maybank erg data. er, did not follow suit. The counter RM
Sen
technology sectors were particu- Kim Eng in a Nov 2018 report on “Despite softer loadings at the has declined 46 sen or 25.2% year 30 Sep
larly affected in line with their in- Velesto. RF division, we noted of progress to date, closing at RM1.35 yester- yea
ternational counterparts. with expansion and new projects to day with a market capitalisation of per
The Edge Financial Daily re- diversify its customer and product RM489.92 million.
views the stock picks published Inari Amertron Bhd concentration risk. This was despite RM20 million ove
on Jan 2, 2018, which showed only RM
“We like the group for its dou- worth of share buy-backs in Octo- Eas
25
two out of the 10 stocks recording 2.6 ble-digit earnings growth prospects ber, and subsequent acquisitions of eng
a gain. on the back of expansion plans, shares by major shareholders Ber- tio
strong margins and robust balance jaya Corp Bhd and tycoon Tan Sri and
2.2
sheet,” TA Securities said in a Nov Vincent Tan Chee Yioun. 22 sen chl
Velesto Energy Bhd 28 note. BFood returned to the black as
Sen 1.8
scheduled in the fourth quarter end- 20 for
50 3. Berjaya Food Bhd ed April 30, 2018 on a shot in the arm Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 bee
Supported by the expansion of in- from Starbucks, and subsequently tim
40 1.4 ternational coffee chain Starbucks recorded higher year-on-year prof- mi
RM1.43 across Malaysia, Berjaya Food Bhd its in 1HFY19, partly due to its dis- 4. Straits Inter Logistics Bhd of
(BFood) recorded a 19% growth in posal of loss-making Indonesian As Malaysia’s only public listed com- 201
30 1.0 net profit for its first half ended Oct Kenny Rogers Roasters (KRR) unit pany providing bunkering services,
Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 31, 2018 (1HFY19) to RM13.27 mil- PT Boga Lestari Sentosa Indonesia Straits Inter Logistics Bhd was picked clin
20
lion. Revenue for the period was in November last year. on the basis of strong earnings per- US
17.5 sen
formance in its 2017 financial year yea
2. Inari Amertron Bhd after being rebranded from Raya In- 201
10 As a semiconductor manufacturer ternational Bhd in August that year.
Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 exposed to supply chain changes With its new direction set, the wil
of US-based Apple Inc, Inari Amer- group’s earnings grew 29.28% to ana
ton Bhd has seen a turn in fortunes RM2.33 million in 9MFY18 ended om
1. Velesto Energy Bhd from a steady increase in its share Sept 30, 2018, following an 81.06% ac
Formerly known as UMW Oil & price in 2017. surge in revenue to RM150.03 million of R
Gas Corp Bhd before its rebrand- In 2018, the stock swung between year-on-year. This was the result of
ing in May, Velesto Energy Bhd an all-time high of RM2.53, which growth in the group’s oil bunkering Res
failed to reach an expected turn- it reached on both Jan 8 and Aug services and trading in oil products. visi
around by the end of its financial 9, and a low of RM1.33 on April 12. Unfortunately, this has not trans- by
year ending Dec 31, 2018 (FY18) This is compared to a doubling of its lated into stronger investor inter- of R
on lower utilisation of its rigs. share price in 2017, when it surged est in the counter, which has lost 4 yea
The stock was picked on ex- on the back of a strong US dollar to sen or 15.4% to 22 sen year to date.
pectations that its utilisation rate end the year at RM2.19. Straits Inter Logistics last closed at 6. C
would register at 80% in FY18, but Inari shares closed at RM1.43 22 sen at a market capitalisation of Sh
it had fallen to 75% in the third yesterday, down 35% year to date. RM122.99 million. Bh
quarter of the year. The group’s market capitalisation On Dec 5, the group proposed eig
The group’s share price, which stood at RM4.53 billion. to diversify into land transportation al B
shot up to a one-year high of 46 sen The group is largely involved in and logistics to meet rising demand on
on Jan 8, declined throughout the the production of radio frequen- from its existing customers for such
year to an all-time low of 17.5 sen cy (RF) parts it produces for Ap- services. tion
per share on Dec 20. ple. However, management has The inland transportation busi- in g
T HURSDAY D EC E MB E R 27, 2018 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY
HOME BUSINESS 9

ness segment could contribute more the group announced that it had Due to higher fuel and gener- a target price of RM1.28 per share.
than a fourth of total net profit in the CIMB Group Holdings Bhd bagged a RM70 million construc- ation cost for the period of July 1 The firm said that its revised
future, the group said of the plan, RM
tion contract from Tenaga Nasional until Dec 31, 2018, the additional valuation target represents its fur-
which is still subject to sharehold- 7.5 Bhd, for the construction of a rein- generation cost or imbalance cost is ther conservatism in valuation of
ers’ approval. forced concrete jetty and platform RM1.82 billion. This is mainly due to Tasco amid increasing compe-
It is unclear what the remaining in Johor Baru. the increase in average coal price to tition and uncertainty of global
shareholders think as yet, but Straits Job wins, coupled with higher re- US$97.835 per tonne, as compared trade.
6.5
Inter Logistics managing director curring income courtesy of its con- to the forecast coal price set in the “While Tasco’s retail logistics
and substantial shareholder Datuk cession division namely its stake in Base Tariff for Regulatory Period 2 business focuses mostly on petrol
Seri Ho Kam Choy has been seen to all three of Cambodia’s International (RP2) from 2018 to 2020, which is at kiosks and convenience stores,
be mopping up the group’s shares, 5.5 Airports — Phnom Penh, Siem Reap US$75 per tonne. which we reckon its demand to
giving him a total stake of 11.94% RM5.72
and Sihanoukville — made Muhib- Alliance DBS Research said in be resilient, contribution to the
as at Dec 12. bah a top pick by analysts last year. a Dec 17 note that as per the IBR bottom line is expected to be min-
Ho was appointed to lead the The group reported a 12.4% in- (incentive-based regulation) frame- imal. “Nevertheless, we note that
company in August 2017 after the 4.5 crease in net profit to RM106.92 mil- work, excess revenue generated Tasco has a manageable net debt
exit of former shareholders and had Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 lion for the cumulative nine months will have to be passed through to to equity ratio below 1 time de-
spent 18 months restructuring the ended Sept 30, 2018 (9MFY18) while customers due to the revenue cap spite increased financing costs,”
company. revenue grew 3.4% to RM1.12 billion. and price cap models implemented the firm said.
declined by 17% from their record In a Nov 29 note on Muhibbah, for TNB’s entities. Higher revenue At its closing price of RM1 yes-
high to RM5.92 on May 24. RHB Research remarked that there arising from higher-than-projected terday, Tasco is trading at a trail-
Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd The country’s second-largest were concerns from the investment electricity volume sales or average ing price-earnings ratio of 9.51
RM
banking group also announced a committee on Muhibbah’s prospects selling prices will be returned to times with an indicated dividend
4.5 significant change in leadership in in Cambodia, due to the memoran- customers by offsetting higher gen- yield of 5%.
2018, with the departure of its chair- dum of understanding signing be- eration cost.
man Datuk Seri Nazir Razak. tween Cambodia and China to de- Following this, AllianceDBS Re-
op- 4.0 Nazir, the younger brother of for- velop a new airport in Phnom Penh. search revised down its earnings MKH Bhd
as mer prime minister Datuk Seri Najib However, RHB Research opined projection for TNB by 1% to 3% to RM
2.0
nts. 3.5
Razak, stepped down as CIMB chair- that this new airport would not be account for lower effective electricity
the RM3.67 man on Oct 20, after an illustrious completed anytime before 2019 sales as the utility will have to return
os- 29-year career with the bank. and by the time that it is completed, excess revenue.
3.0 Datuk Mohd Nasir Ahmad, the which would be in 2020 or thereafter, The firm cut its target price for
its former chief executive officer of Per- Muhibbah’s airports there should TNB to RM14.20 following the
Al- badanan Usahawan Nasional Bhd, reach 90% capacity or more. earnings revision, and reiterated 1.5
the 2.5 was then appointed as the new chair- Muhibbah also has a construction its “hold” rating on the stock.
will Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 man of CIMB. and cranes division, which recently At their close of RM13.54 yes-
ngs Earnings-wise, CIMB saw a bagged two engineering, procure- terday, TNB shares are trading at a
ent vast improvement in 2018. For the ment, construction, installation and trailing price-earnings ratio of 13.75 RM1.12
5. Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd nine months ended Sept 30, 2018 commissioning contracts from two times with an indicated dividend 1.0
ex- Shares in Serba Dinamik Holdings (9MFY18), the group’s net profit rose subsidiaries of Petroliam Nasional yield of 3.8%. Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018
ugh Bhd have gained 50 sen or 15.6% 31.1% to RM4.47 billion from RM3.41 Bhd.
ort year-to-date, closing at RM3.67 yes- billion a year ago, while revenue was MIDF Research said following
ut- terday. marginally higher at RM13.31 billion the addition of these contracts Mu- Tasco Bhd 10. MKH Bhd
ted The company has benefited from compared with RM13.11 billion. hibbah’s current outstanding order RM
MKH Bhd, which is primarily in-
strong growth in its operation and This was underpinned by low- book now stands at RM2.1 billion. 2.4 volved in property development,
maintenance (O&M) activities, post- er provisions and costs, continued The firm also noted that Muhib- construction, and plantation, was
ing a 21.4% increase in net profit to improvement from consumer and bah’s tender book currently stands one of our top picks last year prem-
RM278.61 million for 9MFY18 ended commercial banking, as well as a at RM4.1 billion, of which 76% are 2.0 ised on the expectation of a sta-
n
Sept 30, 2018. Revenue was up 20% recovery in wholesale banking rev- related to infra jobs, the firm noted. ble crude palm oil (CPO) price, at
year-on-year over the cumulative enue in 3QFY18. MIDF is maintaining its “buy” call 1.6
above RM2,300 per tonne, which
period to RM2.31 billion. Maybank IB Research said in a on Muhibbah, with a target price of could help boost its plantation
Its growth is driven largely by its Dec 11 note that CIMB’s valuations RM3.15. earnings.
overseas investments in the Middle were undemanding, in light of its At its closing price of RM2.81 1.2 However, CPO prices started to
East, where it is involved in O&M and year-to-date share price decline. yesterday, Muhibbah is trading at decline below the perceived stable
engineering, procurement, construc- Moreover, the research firm was a trailing price-earnings ratio of 9.42 RM1.00 level of RM2,300 per tonne in the
tion and commissioning (EPPC) projecting faster earnings growth of times with an indicated dividend 0.8 second half of the year, falling to
and Tanzania, where it is building a 11% into FY19 for CIMB, on the back yield of 2.5%. Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 as low as RM1,775 per tonne on
chlor-alkali plant via a joint venture. of more stable net interest margins Nov 16.
Despite the group’s strong per- and credit costs, leading to a recov- For its full financial year end-
formance, volatility in oil prices has ery in return on average equity to Tenaga Nasional Bhd 9. Tasco Bhd ed Sept 30, 2018 (FY18), MKH re-
8 been seen to affect investor sen- 10% from 9.4% (excluding one-offs) RM
Logistics provider Tasco Bhd was ported a 46% drop in net profit to
timent. This brought Serba Dina- in FY18. 16 among our top picks in 2018 due to RM69.03 million, while revenue
mik’s share price off its record high Maybank IB had a “buy” call on prospects of future growth follow- increased marginally to RM1.08
of RM4.26 on Oct 18 since a Feb CIMB, with a target price of RM6.70. ing its venture into the cold chain billion, from RM1.06 billion in
m- 2017 listing. At their closing price of RM5.72 market after its takeover of Gold FY17.
ces, The price of Brent crude oil de- yesterday, CIMB shares are trading Cold Transport Sdn Bhd, one of the Its plantation operations locat-
ked clined from a three-year high of at a trailing price-earnings ratio of 14
largest cold chain logistics players ed in East Kalimantan, Indone-
er- US$86.29 on Oct 3, 2018 to a one- 9.6 times with an indicated dividend in Malaysia, and MILS Cold Chain sia saw lower earnings due to the
ear year low of US$58.71 on Nov 30, yield of 4.4%. RM13.54 Sdn Bhd last year. weakening of the rupiah against
In- 2018. However, the stock has turned out the US dollar and the ringgit.
ear. That being said, analysts are still as to be worst performer among our MKH’s property division saw
the wildly positive on the stock. All 10 Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd picks for the year as its earnings were a lower gross profit margin as a
to analysts followed by Bloomberg rec- RM 12 hampered by finance costs, which result of competitive sales rebates
ded ommend a “buy” on the stock, with 3.4 Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018 more than doubled as a result of offered to purchasers for certain
6% a consensus 12-month target price loans taken to finance its cold chain development projects.
ion of RM4.91. business — in spite of the group re- AllianceDBS Research in a Oct
t of In a Nov 28 report, PublicInvest 8. Tenaga Nasional Bhd cording a growth in revenue. 17 note on MKH acknowledged
3.0
ing Research highlighted that earnings Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) was For the first half ended Sept 30, that the group’s share price had
cts. visibility for Serba Dimaik is backed among the casualties of the post-14th 2018 (1HFY19) Tasco reported a 52% dropped significantly over the past
ns- by a strong outstanding order book general election outcome selling. decline in net profit to RM7.78 mil- one year on weak earnings deliv-
er- of RM7.5 billion over the next three 2.6 RM2.81 Its shares, which hit a record high lion on increased finance costs for ery concerns.
st 4 years. of RM15.80 on May 4 just five days its cold chain business as well as its The firm noted that a poten-
ate. before the election, have since de- recent acquisition of land and ware- tial earnings catalyst for MKH
d at 6. CIMB Group Holdings Bhd clined by 14% to RM13.54 yesterday. house on Pulau Indah in Selangor. was its 500 acres (202ha) of land
2.2
n of Shares in CIMB Group Holdings Year to date, TNB shares have This was on the back of a 7% bank in Kajang which are carried
Dec 29, 2017 Dec 26, 2018
Bhd, which are 27% owned by sover- declined by 8%, with RM7 billion increase in 1HFY19 revenue to at low cost, that could underpin
sed eign wealth fund Khazanah Nasion- in market capitalisation wiped out. RM372.7 million. its launch pipeline of affordably
ion al Bhd, hit a record high of RM7.16 TNB announced on Dec 14 that Following this, its share price hit priced properties going forward.
and on April 19. 7. Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd the government had approved the a four-year low of RM1.02 on Nov 27. Year to date, MKH’s share price
uch However, post-14th general elec- Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd continuation of the imbalance cost In a Nov 16 note to investors, has declined by 29% to close at
tion, which saw a historical change shares hit a 10-year high on Jan 8 pass-through mechanism for the pe- MIDF Research downgraded its call RM1.12 yesterday, with a market
usi- in government, CIMB shares have at RM3.22. This was shortly after riod from Jan 1 until June 30, 2019. on Tasco to “neutral” from “buy”, with capitalisation of RM648.59 million.
10 H O M E B U S I N E S S T HUR SDAY DEC EM B ER 27, 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Malaysia reviewing
palm oil export taxes
This is to boost demand and reduce increasing stockpiles — Kok
BY EMI LY CHOW weaker currencies and higher im- ducers have sharply discounted would boost prices,” she said.
port taxes. their prices, causing Malaysia to Prices next year are expected to
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia, the The demand slump has caused actually increase imports from be supported by demand from tra-
world’s second-largest palm oil pro- inventories in Malaysia to build Indonesia. ditional markets as they replenish
ducer, is reviewing the duty struc- up to their highest levels in nearly Production costs in Indonesia are stocks, said Kok, adding that the
ture for its exports of the edible oil 18 years while stockpiles in Indo- also typically less than in Malaysia. implementation of a higher bio-
to boost demand and reduce bur- nesia, the world’s biggest palm oil Earlier this month, Indonesia diesel mandate in 2019 will also
geoning stockpiles, said Primary producer, have also climbed. also eased its rules on palm oil lev- help palm oil prices.
Industries Minister Teresa Kok,. Palm oil prices fell to their low- ies and derivative products to boost Malaysia will raise the minimum
“We are currently reviewing our est in three years earlier this month its exports. bio-content in biodiesel to 10% for
present export duty structure to amid the demand slump, and were To counter the Indonesian im- the transport sector and 7% for the
ensure a level playing field in the down 0.9% to RM2,108 a tonne yes- port, Kok said the government is industrial sector.
market,” she said in an emailed terday morning. “currently encouraging our compa- Kok added that she expected pro-
response yesterday to questions Despite Malaysia cutting its ex- nies to use domestically-produced duction “in the region of 20 million
submitted earlier by Reuters. port tax on crude palm oil to zero palm oil to reduce the stockpile.” tonnes” in 2019. The government Kok: The government is ‘currently
Palm oil producers in Southeast since September, industry players “By reducing imports, we could last month forecast output of 20.5 encouraging our companies to use
Asia have been grappling with slow say Indonesian palm is still more see a significant reduction in palm million tonnes for 2019 and 19.8 mil- domestically-produced palm oil to reduce
exports as demand has waned on competitive as the country’s pro- oil stocks in Malaysia and this lion tonnes for this year. — Reuters the stockpile’. Photo by Izwan Mohd Nazam

MHB secures
PNB announces new board of directors jobs in Saudi
Arabia, Western
BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR They succeed retiring board
members — Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa,
judge in Malaysia and prior to that
had held various positions in the
ing and insurance, is presently the
chairman of Mitraland Group of Co
Australia
KUALA LUMPUR: Permodalan Na- Tan Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Ab- legal and judicial service. and Pelaburan Hartanah Nasional
sional Bhd (PNB) has appointed four dullah and Tan Sri Zarinah Anwar. “Nik Ramlah is the former dep- Bhd and also a board member of KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia
new members to serve on its board In a statement yesterday, PNB uty chief executive of the Securities Sime Darby Property Bhd,” it added. Marine and Heavy Engineer-
of directors from Jan 1 next year. said Ahmad Badri is currently sec- Commission Malaysia and current- PNB also announced the retire- ing Holdings Bhd (MHB) in
They are Datuk Ahmad Badri retary-general of the ministry of ly serves on the board of Amanah ment of Professor Tan Sri Dr Noor a consortium with UK-based
Mohd Zahir, Tan Sri Datuk Zainun finance and has served the min- Saham Nasional Bhd. Azlan Ghazali from the boards of TechnipFMC plc, has bagged
Ali, Datuk Dr Nik Ramlah Nik istry for over 25 years. “Johan, who has vast experience ASNB and PNB Research Institute a six-year contract from Saudi
Mahmood and Datuk Johan Ariffin. Zainun is a former federal court in property development, bank- Sdn Bhd from Dec 31. Arabian Oil Co (Saudi Aramco)
to undertake engineering, pro-
curement, fabrication, trans-
portation, and installation of
offshore facilities within the
Eversendai Association: Power rate hike could Saudi Arabia waters.
In a filing with Bursa Ma-
secures
RM1.44b jobs cost steel industry RM148m more laysia yesterday, MHB said its
wholly-owned unit, Malaysia
Marine and Heavy Engineering
BY ARJUNA C HANDRAN S HANK AR regional producers and dominant have gone up by about 18% and Sdn Bhd (MMHE) and Tech-
KUALA LUMPUR: Eversendai foreign players at home,” Misif said. 12%, respectively. nipFMC have signed a long-
Corp Bhd has secured jobs worth KUALA LUMPUR: The impend- The iron and steel players also “While the major steel mills’ term agreement with Saudi
RM1.44 billion year-to-date. ing increase in the electricity tariff warned that they would have dif- main concern is more of surviv- Aramco, which is in support of
In a statement yesterday, ex- for industrial users from March 1 ficulties passing the full exorbi- al with margins subjected to the Saudi Aramco’s offshore main-
ecutive chairman/group manag- to June 30 next year will see their tant cost increase to end-users as vagaries of internationally trade tain potential programme.
ing director Tan Sri A.K. Nathan costs increase by 17.3%, or RM148 the latter might opt for imports to commodities, TNB’s earnings, on This agreement has an op-
said its outstanding construction million to RM1 billion, says the maintain their competitiveness. the other hand, are more stable tion to extend for another six
order book currently stands at Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry “Misif is concerned that the and resilient, and margins which years, it said.
RM2.43 billion. Federation (Misif ). plight and trepidations of the indus- should have been susceptible to Meanwhile, MHB said it has
Of the RM1.44 billion, RM321 This is based on the overall annu- try have hardly been taken into con- fluctuating fuel prices seemed to been awarded a contract for
million worth of new contracts al electricity cost of RM855 million sideration seriously in spite of the be protected through the ICPT to fabrication of the Pluto Water
are in Singapore, Qatar and India. borne by the iron and steel industry numerous engagements with the end-users. handling module from Tech-
They are a 26-storey commercial between January and June this year, Energy Commission, Tenaga Na- “To-date, TNB has been mak- nipFMC.
building project in Singapore and it said in a statement yesterday. sional Bhd (TNB) and the relevant ing steady cumulative profits of “Upon completion, the mod-
an army base camp project in Qa- Industry players have voiced ministries such as the internation- RM37.66 billion since 2014, while ule will be installed on Woodside
tar. In India, it bagged a 49-sto- their concerns over the proposed al trade and industry ministry and major steel mills are striving as Energy Ltd’s existing Pluto Al-
rey tower plus another 41-storey rate increase, especially coming the energy, science, technology, continuing concerns in quest of pha Gas Production Platform,
commercial tower and a railway at a time when steel prices have environment and climate change recovery,” Misif pointed out. located offshore Western Aus-
bridge project. dropped tremendously, both do- ministry,” it said. Deeming the ICPT as an “opaque tralia. The module is targeted for
He said the market environ- mestically and internationally. On Dec 14, TNB announced and bias system”, Misif is “strongly completion in fourth quarter of
ment in the regions where it op- “The industry encountered the that it will raise the imbalance cost advocating the halt in continuous 2020,” said MHB.
erates is positive as they continue worst onslaught of cheap imports pass-through (ICPT) surcharge for increase in electricity prices and MHB managing director
to roll out commercial, residen- for the last five years. Just barely non-household users from March call for the abolishment of such a and chief executive officer Wan
tial and infrastructure projects recovering from the doldrums for 1 to June 30 next year, to help offset system which it said seems to fa- Mashitah Wan Abdullah Sani
progressively. the last two years, the international rising costs. The ICPT surcharge vour only utility companies. said the group’s entry into Sau-
“We are also constantly re- steel price took another plunge re- will increase to 2.55 sen per kWh “TNB should have earnestly look di Arabia marks a significant
viewing and implementing stra- cently while we are battling with the from the current 1.35 sen per kWh. into how to balance between gen- milestone for its heavy engi-
tegic plans to improvise within, slowdown in business environment It noted that in just a short span erating electricity and an effective neering segment as it pursues
while consolidating our effort aggravated by the sentiments of the of four years since 2014, the aver- tariff structure that lend support growth in line with its strategy
to ensure we achieve our goals,” US-China trade war, as well as in- age “on and off peak” electricity towards the growth and well-being to expand its portfolio in the
he said. tensifying competition from other rate and maximum demand price of the industry,” it added. international market.
1 2 P R O P E RT Y T HUR SDAY DEC EM B ER 27, 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

China still has a India’s no-frills hotel giant


eyes European markets
stockpile of overseas BY V IS H A L MA N V E

MUMBAI: An Indian start-up


major hotel chains like Marri-
ott International if Agarwal has
his way.

real estate to sell


is turning its attention towards The entrepreneur, now one
usurping the West’s largest hotel of India’s youngest billionaires,
chains after establishing itself as founded Oyo when he was just
India’s biggest player and shaking 19 years old.
up the Chinese market. He had seen enough dingy ho-
Oyo Rooms, which specialises tels promising services that they
in no-frills accommodation, was did not offer to know that there
only formed in 2013 but is already was a gap in the market for a com-
Disposal records may be smashed again in 2019 worth an estimated US$5 billion pany that would give accommo-
(RM20.9 billion) after receiving dation a stamp of approval.
funding from international ven- Oyo claims it has broken into
BY EMMA DON G & JINSHAN HONG ture capitalists. China’s top 10 hotel chains since
The app-based company has entering in October 2017 and an-
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG: Chi- quickly become India’s largest nounced last month that it was
na’s biggest-ever overseas proper- hotel firm by number of rooms investing US$600 million there to
ty buying spree reversed course in and one of the biggest in China bolster operations further.
dramatic fashion in 2018. But even as it pursues an aggressive ex- It received US$1 billion in fund-
after the record unwinding, many pansion abroad. ing from a consortium of investors
lucrative real estate assets remain Oyo, as it is commonly called, led by SoftBank in September this
in Chinese hands. entered the British market in Sep- year, increasing its valuation five-
They include the 245 Park Ave tember and is eyeing other Euro- fold and making it one of India’s
skyscraper in Manhattan, New York’s pean countries, fuelled by money wealthiest start-ups.
famed Waldorf Astoria Hotel and from Japanese group SoftBank Oyo also operates in Nepal, Ma-
Chicago’s Vista Tower, under con- and America’s Sequoia Capital. laysia, Indonesia and the United
struction but envisaged as one of “We are seeing great results Arab Emirates and could feasibly
the city’s tallest buildings. in all our global markets and are stake a claim to being the world’s
With economic growth slowing, growing aggressively in London,” fastest-growing hotel chain.
keeping a tight rein on capital out- Oyo’s founder, 25-year-old Ritesh The company has been on a
flows is expected to remain a key A filepic of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, the US. It is among the many Agarwal, told AFP. hiring spree and recently appoint-
theme for Beijing. That could see dis- lucrative real estate assets that remain in Chinese hands. Photo by Bloomberg Oyo teams up with owners of ed the former chief of budget In-
posal records smashed again in 2019. budget hotels to help connect dian airline IndiGo Aditya Ghosh
Beijing put an end to the party in them with tourists looking for as its new chief executive officer to
mid 2017, telling the nation’s four it is now the world’s largest movie at Cushman & Wakefield Inc, said cheap but clean accommoda- lead its forays into new markets.
largest private conglomerates — theatre operator — while Fosun, run Chinese investors had often relied tion that meets certain hygiene It is also tying up with more
HNA Group Co, Anbang Insurance by Guo Guangchang, a self-styled upon local banks to back their buy- standards. upmarket properties through its
Group Co, Fosun International Ltd Chinese Warren Buffett, bought Club ing sprees. With that tap turned off, Oyo staff carry out inspections Oyo Townhouse project.
and Dalian Wanda Group Co — they Med and a stake in overseas fashion and refinancing pressures mounting, of hotels. If they are deemed to be Analysts warn that Oyo could
had borrowed too aggressively. houses. further asset sales are inevitable. up to scratch then they are made be in danger of overstretching it-
Still, it was not until the end of Anbang’s unfettered spending, And there are willing buyers. A available for booking on Oyo’s self if it continues to grow at the
that year that the spending tapered meanwhile, saw authorities seize consortium including Ping An Real website and mobile app. same pace.
off. In 2016 and 2017 combined, control of the conglomerate in Feb- Estate Co and China Life Insurance Many offer hot water, free Wi-Fi Its expansion has not been
Chinese companies splashed out ruary and the insurer’s former chair- Co sold a 13-storey Boston building and regular laundry services for welcomed by everyone in India.
an unprecedented US$89 billion man, Wu Xiaohui, sentenced in May for US$450 million in August, setting as little as 1,800 rupees (RM107) Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, pres-
on real estate. to 18 years in prison after being con- a record for an office transaction in a night, well below what mid- and ident of the Hotel and Restau-
In 2018, the deleveraging drive victed of fundraising fraud and em- the city. high-range hotels charge. rant Association of Western In-
really started to take effect. Real es- bezzlement. “The ongoing uncertainties of The start-up takes a commis- dia, claimed to AFP that Oyo was
tate asset sales by Chinese compa- HNA has gone some way to mak- the trade conflict will put pressure sion for facilitating bookings while involved in “predatory pricing”
nies have surged to US$12.3 billion ing amends, ending 2018 as the No 1 on foreign reserves and the value of the hotels — often small, inde- while plenty of users have left neg-
(RM51.41 billion) since January, up seller among the four and account- the yuan, so capital controls will most pendent ventures — are rebrand- ative comments about some of
from US$5.3 billion the year prior, ing for five of the 10 biggest proper- likely continue in 2019,” Tom Moffat, ed as an “Oyo hotel”. the hotels online.
preliminary data compiled by Real ty disposals. Even so, affiliate units CBRE’s Hong Kong-based head of The company’s distinctive red Agarwal insisted he always wel-
Capital Analytics show. have been missing loan and bond capital markets Asia, said. That will and white logo has been put up comed criticism and feedback.
HNA was arguably the worst of- payments for months, evidence mean ongoing “selective disposals outside thousands of Indian ho- “We have had many good and
fender on the trophy collection front, more cash needs to be brought in from Chinese investors, whether tels across the vast Asian country bad days and in time we have been
amassing stakes in airlines, catering the door to overcome HNA’s liquid- they’re looking to strengthen their over the past five years. able to learn and improve, and
companies, tech distributors, hotels, ity challenges. balance sheets or realise a decent Those signs could soon be- not just improve incrementally
asset managers and a currency ex- James Shepherd, the managing profit from their early investments”. come omnipresent across Eu- but become a market leader,” he
change. Wanda got into cinemas — director of Greater China research — Bloomberg rope’s main cities, unsettling said. — AFP

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TRADING of shares in Red Sena Bhd (fun- nounced that it would be holding an ex- P/NAV (x) 28.77
damental: 0.75/3, valuation: 0/3) triggered traordinary general meeting on Jan 16,
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
our momentum algorithm yesterday for 2019 to discuss the voluntary winding
the first time this year. up and appointment of liquidators of the Market capitalisation (mil) 490.00
The counter closed up 0.5 sen or 1.02% company. This follows its failure to se- Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 1,000.00
at 49.5 sen with 7.49 million shares traded cure a qualifying acquisition by its Dec Beta 0.09
versus its 200-day average trading volume 10, 2018 deadline. 12-month price range 0.47-0.50
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14 H O M E T HUR SDAY DEC EM B ER 27, 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Blitz on graft after change of govt


Fight against corruption picks up after May 9
BY MU HA MMA D AF IQ M OHD ASRI The discovery of more than The second case which garnered after having her statements taken Also charged on the same day
RM116 million in cash and valua- national attention was the arrest of for the third time. was former federal territories min-
KUALA LUMPUR: Two days after ble items at a condominium linked Najib by the 1MDB Special Task The first time, Rosmah went to ister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan
Pakatan Harapan captured Putra- to former prime minister Datuk Seri Force at his residence in Jalan Lang- MACC was on June 5 to give her state- Tengku Mansor, who faced cor-
jaya on May 9, the top agenda of Najib Razak at Pavilion Residenc- gak Duta here on July 3. He was de- ment on the SRC International case. ruption charges involving the sale
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir es, Bukit Bintang here shocked the tained in relation to investigations On Nov 15, Rosmah faced two of federal territory land.
Mohamad under the new govern- media and the people. into SRC International Sdn Bhd, a corruption charges involving RM5.5 The Putrajaya member of par-
ment was to eradicate corrupt prac- Police also seized 284 boxes and subsidiary of 1MDB. million over a project to supply and liament is facing two counts of
tices in the country. 72 bags filled with expensive items A day after that, on July 4, Najib instal solar power panels in schools accepting bribes and one charge
He said Pakatan was well aware and cash in a raid at the private res- was charged at the Kuala Lumpur in Sarawak. of receiving bribes amounting to
of the corruption going on under idence of the former prime minister Court Complex in Jalan Duta here She pleaded not guilty at the RM3 million over the approving of a
the previous administration, espe- relating to the 1Malaysia Develop- in relation to the transfer of RM42 Sessions Court here to two counts company’s application to raise the
cially political corruption which ment Bhd (1MDB) case. million into his private account of demanding and receiving bribes development density of a building
affected the process of democracy All the boxes and bags contained from SRC International. amounting to RM1.5 million over in Jalan Semarak in 2013.
and development so much so civ- Malaysian ringgit and US dollars Najib is facing more than 10 the project two years ago. Tengku Adnan pleaded not
il servants were also ignoring the as well as branded handbags such charges of breach of trust in the On Dec 10, Najib was again ar- guilty to the charges and freed on
interests of the people. as Hermes and Birkin, jewellery, SRC International case under Sec- rested for tampering with the final RM1 million bail in one surety.
The success of the Malaysian An- watches and other expensive items. tion 409 of the Penal Code. From 1MDB audit report and he is ex- Another Umno stalwart, former
ti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Apart from that, inspections among the six former prime min- pected to face many more charges. Tabung Haji chairman Datuk Seri
in exposing many corruption cases were also conducted at six prem- isters of Malaysia, Najib is the first On Oct 19, former deputy prime Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, and
involving “big fish” opened the eyes ises namely the Prime Minister’s to be facing criminal charges. minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Za- his brother were also remanded
of Malaysians that the scourge of Office, Seri Perdana Complex, three On Oct 4, the wife of the former hid Hamidi was arrested by MACC by MACC from Sept 25 to Oct 5 to
corruption should be completely premises at Pavilion Residences prime minister, Datin Seri Ros- for abuse of power, breach of trust, assist in a corruption case but he
eradicated at the highest levels, and another private residence in mah Mansor, was also held at the and money laundering involving was released on RM500,000 bail
including national leaders. Jalan Langgak Duta. MACC headquarters in Putrajaya the funds of a foundation. with two guarantors. — Bernama

Socso pays out RM93.57m for Police arrest JMM chief Azwanddin

commuting accidents till October SHAH ALAM: Malaysian Malay


Network Organisation (JMM)
president Datuk Azwanddin
and Sack Waytha Moothy” ral-
ly organised by Gerakan Rak-
yat Malaysia (Geras) at Data-
Hamzah was detained yesterday ran Seni, Klang on Tuesday,
KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Secu- by the police at a mall in Kuala Azwanddin in his speech issued
rity Organisation (Socso) has paid Lumpur over a threat to attack a a provocative statement among
RM93.57 million in compensation police station. others threatening to attack the
for accidents involving workers Selangor CID chief SAC Fadzil Klang police station if the parties
commuting between home and Ahmat said in a statement yes- involved in the death of Muham-
the workplace from January to Oc- terday said that Azwanddin was mad Adib Mohd Kassim were
tober this year. detained at 2.40pm for investi- not arrested.
Socso in a statement to Bernama gation under Section 506 of the Following that, Geras chair-
said the amount was for temporary Penal Code, which deals with man Abu Bakar Mohamed ex-
disability benefits for 25,219 cases intentional insult with intent to pressed his disappointment at
which received an average benefit provoke a breach of the peace. the speech as he had earlier in-
payment of RM3,710 per case. He said a remand order on formed Azwanddin that the rally
“Compared with the same pe- Azwanddin would be sought at was not meant to cause provoca-
riod last year, Socso paid RM94.53 the Klang court at 9am today to tion against any race, religion or
million for 26,637 cases with an conduct further investigation on organisation.
average payment for each case of his threat to attack the Klang po- Muhammad Adib, a fireman
RM3,550,” said the statement yes- lice station. with the Subang Jaya fire and res-
terday. “In addition, he will also be cue department, died three weeks
For fatal and non-fatal accidents, investigated under Section 504 after being attacked by rioters in
Socso also paid benefits amounting of the Penal Code for insulting an incident at the Sri Maha Mar-
to RM169.08 million for temporary an individual,” he said. iamman Temple, USJ 25, Subang
disability cases and RM421.86 mil- In the “Justice for You, Adib Jaya last month. — Bernama
lion for permanent disability cases.
As for dependants’ benefit, Socso
paid RM240.07 million.
“Hence, through the Prihatin
Squad, Socso will continue to be
First payment of Cost of Living Aid
more proactive in assisting con- on Jan 28 — Guan Eng
tributors involved in accidents. This next of kin,” the statement said. to be the largest group to receive
includes accelerating the payments The public administration and benefits for temporary disability, BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR Previously, Guan Eng had
to reduce the burden on contribu- defence sectors as well as compul- amounting to RM60.51 million dur- said the payment would only be
tors involved in accidents or their sory security activities continue ing the period this year. — Bernama KUALA LUMPUR: The first phase paid out after Chinese New Year,
of the 2019 Cost of Living Aid which falls on Feb 5.
(Bantuan Sara Hidup) payment However, to enable payment
will be made on Jan 28 next year, before this, the government will
RM40 electricity bill rebate for 185,000 poor households said the finance minister.
In a statement yesterday, Fi-
have to resort to an old database
that has not yet been updated for
nance Minister Lim Guan Eng the payment under the first phase.
PUTRAJAYA: The government has under this targeted aid programme, hold needs to pay only the differ- said the payment is expected to “The data updating process
allocated RM80 million for a month- the eligible households would get ence,” it said. benefit some 4.1 million house- will take place for the second and
ly electricity bill rebate of RM40 free usage of electricity up to RM40 The ministry said the RM40 Elec- holds, with each household to third phases in line with improv-
each for 185,000 poor and hard- monthly. tricity Bill Rebate Programme was receive RM300. ing the overall BSH programme
core poor households verified under “If the monthly usage is under a new programme introduced, ef- “The first phase will involve which will enable it to be more
the e-Kasih system, effective Jan 1. RM40, the household will auto- fective from Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2019 the allocation of RM1.2 billion by targeted based on household size.
In a statement, the energy, sci- matically get free electricity based to replace the RM20 Electricity Bill the government. Payment will be The new method and payment
ence, technology, environment on the actual bill. However, if the Rebate Programme which would made directly into the recipient's criteria will be announced in the
and climate change ministry said usage exceeds RM40, the house- end this December. — Bernama bank account,” said Guan Eng. near future,” said Guan Eng.
16 B R O K E R S’ C A L L T HUR SDAY DEC EM B ER 27, 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Strong FPSO prospects


seen for Yinson
Yinson Holdings Bhd
(Dec 26, RM4.35) The group remains
Maintain buy with an unchanged optimistic about
fair value of RM5.53: Our forecasts securing another
are maintained as Yinson Holdings
Bhd’s cumulative nine months US$1 billion FPSO
of financial year 2019 (9MFY19) early next year.
core net profit of RM249 million
(excluding impairments) came
in within our expectations but
above consensus, accounting for
87% of our FY19 forecast (FY19F) on an interim charter until Dec
earnings and 97% of street’s ver- 31, 2018, and is likely to be ex-
sus 74% to 80% for the past three tended pending the completion
comparative periods. of contract negotiations.
The group did not declare any The group remains optimistic
interim dividend as expected. about securing another US$1 bil-
We expect a softer fourth quar- lion (RM4.18 billion) FPSO early
ter of FY19 (4QFY19) as the group next year with multiple roll-outs For FY19, the group has allocated a capital expenditure of between RM400 million and RM500 million. Photo by Sam Fong
benefited from a stronger US dollar of projects in Brazil, West Africa
in 3QFY19. Our FY19F and FY20F and the Gulf of Mexico amid a
earnings project a decline of 17% limited pool of contenders with

Resilient AEON
and 24% due to the full impact of the necessary expertise and fi-
the JAK minority charge together nancial capability following pro-
with the expected cessation of the ject scarcities over the past three
floating production storage and of- years. The more immediate bid
floading (FPSO) vessel Knock Allan submissions next year could be

sales likely to be
in April 2019. However, Yinson’s the Marlim I & II and Parque das
FY21F net profit is expected to stage Baleias projects in Brazil.
a rebound from the maiden con- Given its low FY20F net debt-
tributions of FPSO Helang as well to-earnings before interest, taxes,
as Anyala-Madu, notwithstanding depreciation and amortisation of

offset by higher costs


protracted contract negotiations. three times, which should enable
Excluding provisions of im- the group to easily secure exter-
pairments for the group’s whol- nal project financing, we do not
ly-owned FPSO vessel Knock Allan, expect any equity raising exercise.
which will have its charter termi- With the completion of the two
nated three months earlier on Jan Suezmax-sized FPSOs by the end
31, 2019 by Canadian National Re- of next year, Yinson’s project man-
sources, together with Yinson’s four agement team is comfortable se-
offshore support vessels, Yinson’s curing another large project to- AEON Co (M) Bhd AEON Co (M) Bhd
3QFY19 core net profit rose 28% wards early 2019. (Dec 26, RM1.51)
quarter-on-quarter to RM129 mil- Underpinned by locked-in Upgrade to hold with an un- FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016 2017 2018E 2019F 2020F
lion, driven mainly by the stronger earnings visibility from an out- changed target price of RM1.72: Revenue 4,018.7 4,088.2 4,369.8 4,571.5 4,800.7
US dollar versus the ringgit. standing order book of US$4.1 Management guided that year to Gross profit 1,583.8 1,702.2 1,835.6 1,881.4 1,976.2
On a year-on-year compari- billion (25 times FY18F revenue), date, AEON Co (M) Bhd’s same-
Ebit 197.6 240.5 205.8 207.7 225.4
son, Yinson’s core net profit slid the stock currently trades at a bar- store-sales growth (SSSG) for fi-
5% mainly due to the termination gain FY19F price-earnings of 16 nancial year 2018 (FY18) is between Ebitda 461.4 531.8 502.8 510.0 536.0
of the group’s 49%-owned Lam times versus over 20 times for Di- 1.5% and 2%. For FY17, AEON pro- Reported PBT 163.0 193.8 149.3 171.7 189.4
Son FPSO charter. The vessel is alog Group and Sapura Energy. duced a negative SSSG and we be- Reported net profit 90.9 105.0 77.6 89.3 98.5
still being deployed in the field — AmInvestment Bank, Dec 21 lieve the improvement is due to: i) Adj net profit 82.4 89.2 77.6 89.3 98.5
higher consumer disposable in- Effective tax rate (%) 44.2 45.8 48.0 48.0 48.0
come following generous Budget Core EPS (sen) 5.9 6.4 5.5 6.4 7.0
2018 allocation for the bottom 40%
GDPS (sen) 3.0 4.0 4.0 4.5 5.0
and middle 40% income groups; ii)
Source: TA Securities
improving consumer confidence
following the tax break period be-
tween June to August 2018 and
re-subsidising of petrol for diesel per month, effective January 2019, also increased their prices. AEON
and RON95; iii) stable occupancy management believes the impact noted that it has absorbed some of
rate of about 90% across AEON is manageable as the minimum these costs in September to October
malls; and iv) attractive merchan- wage would only be applicable to 2018 while transitioning from the
dise mix offered by AEON. outsourced staff, who are involved tax break period to SST implemen-
For FY19, the group has allocat- in the cleaning and maintenance tation. However, moving forward,
ed a capital expenditure of between of the stores and malls. Note that some of the costs are expected to
RM400 million and RM500 million staff cost accounts for about 7% of be passed on to consumers. Nev-
for: i) reopening of Taman Maluri AEON’s sales in FY17 and this is ex- ertheless, we project costs of sales
Cheras mall extension; ii) open- pected to increase to 8% in FY19, as a percentage of revenue to in-
ing of Nilai mall, which is targeted after assuming the increase in staff crease to 59.1% and 59% for FY19
for completion by the first quarter cost of 11.6% in FY19. and FY20 respectively from an es-
of FY19; and iii) refurbishment of Following the implementation timated 58.2% in FY18.
stores in Bukit Indah as well as of the sales and service tax (SST) in We reduce our earnings forecasts
second phase of Bandar Utama. September 2018, some of the prod- by 1%, 6.6% and 9.6% for FY18,
We project FY19 sales growth to uct costs are expected to increase. FY19 and FY20 respectively after
be softer at 4.6%, a tad lower than Even though SST has a narrow- increasing our cost assumptions
the FY18 forecast of an estimated er coverage of products impacted to reflect the implementation of
6.9%. Our growth assumptions have (5,443 items declared exempted SST and higher staff costs.
taken into account concerns over versus 544 items exempted for the AEON’s share price has declined
the high cost of living, rising job goods and services tax [GST]), it by 19.6% since end-November 2018
retrenchment in 2019 and retailers also has a deeper cost impact due after reporting lower-than-expected
undergoing store consolidation to to the higher tax rate (5% to 10% cumulative nine months of FY18
save on rental costs. sales tax versus 6% for GST). earnings results. However, we be-
AEON employs about 9,000 Management guided that some lieve the selldown is excessive, thus
staff, with 80% of them being re- product prices are expected to in- we upgrade our AEON recommen-
tail-level staff. Considering the crease to reflect the increase in dation from a “sell” to a “hold” call.
new minimum wage of RM1,100 product costs as suppliers have — TA Securities Research, Dec 21
THU RSDAY D EC E MBE R 27, 2018 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY
B R O K E R S’ C A L L 17

KKB’s prospects seen


EA Technique’s ops centred on Sarawak project
unlikely to be affected KKB Engineering Bhd
(Dec 26, 84 sen)
Maintain buy with an un-
changed target price (TP) of
In the third quarter of finan-
cial year 2018, we recall that PBH
captured the largest share of rev-
enue contribution at 88.9%.

by oil price fall


RM1.13: Harum Bidang, a 90%- Accordingly, management
owned subsidiary of KKB Engi- expects the momentum to con-
neering Bhd (KKB), has secured a tinue uninterrupted, which sig-
supplemental contract from CMS nals a positive trend in progress
Infra Trading (a unit of Cahya billings.
Mata Sarawak Bhd) with an es- Moving forward, the group’s
timated value of RM46.7 million. prospects are heavily centred on
The job scope is for the supply the pending implementation of
EA Technique (M) Bhd EA Technique (M) Bhd and delivery of concrete-lined the Sarawak Water Grid plan,
(Dec 26, 34 sen) CAGR mild steel pipes and mechanical which will likely take its course
Maintain outperform with an un- FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016A 2017A 2018F 2019F 2020F (%) couplings to JKR Central Unal- soon.
changed target price (TP) of 73 sen: Revenue 591.6 366.9 272.3 276.1 280.1 -13.9 located Store at Tanah Puteh, We recall that a sum of RM2.8
EA Technique (EAT) announced that Gross profit 99.5 -125.4 157.9 80.1 81.2 -4.0
Kuching. billion was allocated to fund a
it had been awarded two contracts, The work order will be pro- total of 247 water and water-re-
Pre-tax profit 21.5 -131.9 117.5 43.2 46.0 16.4
one each from Petronas and Sungai cured on “as and when required lated projects for implementation
Udang Port Sdn Bhd with a combined Net profit 8.8 -121.2 116.6 36.7 39.1 34.8 basis” with an expiry date on Aug in the next two years.
value of RM94.5 million. Core net profit 55.1 -13.5 29.9 36.7 39.1 -6.6 31, 2020. At this juncture, we make no
The two contracts will involve EPS (sen) 10.9 -2.7 5.8 7.3 7.8 -6.6 We estimate that KKB’s out- changes to our estimates as the
seven vessels, that is three for Pe- PER (x) 2.9 na 5.5 4.4 4.1 standing order book is currently new contract value falls within
tronas and four for Sungai Udang DPS (sen) 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 at RM0.9 billion, providing four our replenishment assumption.
Port, of which five will be using its Dividend yield (%) 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
times earnings visibility to finan- To date, the group has man-
own assets and the other two are cial year 2017 earnings. aged to clinch approximately
Sources: Company, PublicInvest Research estimates
charter-in-vessels. Accordingly, the new addition RM285.4 million of new projects.
The contracts’ lifespan is within of supplementary contract will We maintain our “buy” recom-
one to seven years including exten- strengthen its piping segment, mendation with an unchanged
sion periods. The ‘Nautica which has been a key compo- TP of RM1.13 as we think the
These contract wins are positive Johor Bahru’, one nent of its business. risk-reward return embedded
to the group as it improves earnings of EA Technique’s KKB has shown improve- in KKB’s prospects is attractive.
visibility for up to five years, while vessels. The ment in earnings results sup- In the near term, KKB is ex-
also improving further the usage of company recently ported by its Pan Borneo pected to enter into open tenders
its vessels and shipyard. acquired two Highway (PBH) and Wellhead worth approximately RM350 mil-
Inclusive of these contracts, we contracts that Platform projects. lion. — MIDF Research, Dec 21
estimate the group’s outstanding will involve
order book in hand currently stands several vessels.
at RM900 million, inclusive of addi- KKB Engineering Bhd
tional extensions.
This translates into four times its FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017 2018F 2019F
marine operations’ revenue as of Revenue 127.9 103.1 209.3 350.2 224.2
financial year 2017 (FY17). expected to yield about 30% margins of O&G products which puts them Pre-tax profit 37.6 (9.1) 6.4 17.5 10.0
We have assumed the additional at the earnings before interest, taxes, in a safer and more desirable space.
Profit after tax 29.1 (5.7) 3.3 15.8 5.5
extension in our forecast as we be- depreciation and amortisation level. Our “outperform” rating is af-
lieve clients will exercise the options The share price has dropped sig- firmed, with TP kept unchanged at Profit after tax and
given the group’s good track record nificantly recently, weighed by the 73 sen based on a 10 times multiple non-controlling interests 26.0 (5.8) 1.6 14.0 3.0
and business relationship. weak sentiment in the market, which to FY19 earnings per share of 7.3 sen. Patanci margin (%) 20.4 (5.6) 0.8 4.0 1.4
Furthermore, we understand that we think is unjustified. We like EAT due to its i) defensive EPS (sen) 10.1 (2.2) 0.6 1.6 1.2
the group has submitted various ten- Its defensive business nature is business nature with minimal risk EPS growth (%) 24.1 NA NA 142.4 12.8
ders amounting to about RM1 billion. one of the key reasons we like this exposures to oil price fluctuations, ii) PER (x) 8.6 (38.8) 135.9 56.1 73.8
We make no adjustment to our stock. EAT’s business is not impact- strong earnings visibility up to three Net dividend (sen) 4.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 2.0
earnings estimates as we do not see ed by the collapse in oil prices either, years on the back of solid order book
Dividend yield (%) 4.6 0.0 2.3 2.3 2.3
contribution in FY18, while also as- unlike other direct oil and gas (O&G) in hand, and iii) relatively healthy
suming this as part of the FY19 re- players. balance sheet supported by its 76% ROA (%) 7.8 (1.7) 0.5 3.9 0.9
plenishment. The group’s business mainly in- long-term contracts. — PublicInvest ROE (%) 8.6 (2.0) 0.6 4.7 1.1
We estimate these projects are volves the transportation and storage Research, Dec 21 Sources: Company, MIDF Research
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2018: The Year of the


Woeful World Leader
It saw a staggering number of countries misruled by the worst crop of world leaders
BY LEONID BERSHIDSKY it’s skewed heavily in its favour. Viktor Orban in Hungary, whose
With her support weak even Fidesz party won a supermajority
within her own party and her ne- in an election in April, appears to
gotiating options exhausted, May have overplayed his hand with a

T
now is setting up the country for a series of moves aimed at consoli-
he dictionaries have no-deal Brexit scenario that would dating his power over courts and
decided on their 2018 cause massive disruption to mil- media, as well as a recent law that
words of the year. Ox- lions of lives — anything to avoid has the potential to force Hungar-
ford picked “toxic”. Mer- the only reasonable option, a new ians into working overtime for pay
riam-Webster went for vote on EU membership for a UK that would be delayed for three
“justice”. Collins chose public that found out this year it had years. He is facing the most per-
“single-use”. I would zero in on “mis- been misled by Brexit campaigners sistent protests of his rule and has
government”. Surely, 2018 saw a stag- who lied about the consequences been forced to resort to violence
gering number of countries woefully of withdrawal. against the protesters.
misruled by the worst crop of world The current crew of error-prone
leaders in recent memory. Not just an Anglo-Saxon thing rulers makes for a fractious world
The most egregious examples are Even beyond these two most obvi- with a growing potential for conflict,
in the news every day. US President ous examples of mismanagement armed and otherwise, domestic
Donald Trump tops the chart as he and incompetence, things aren’t and international. The elites, both
runs out of straws to clutch in try- looking much better. Last year, Em- Supporters of Catalan independence block Laietana Avenue during a protest in democratic and authoritarian, are
ing to convince Americans that his manuel Macron of France looked Barcelona, Spain on Dec 21. Sanchez’s government is beset by scandals, he faces a weak, and they invite backlashes
election has been good for them. like the Western world’s great hope reprise of troublemaking by Catalonian separatists that made it almost impossible for against their mismanagement. Pro-
The stock market bump of which with his sweeping reform plans and Rajoy to focus on anything else. Photo by Bloomberg test movements and anti-establish-
he was so proud is disappearing. a grand vision for a tighter-knit EU. ment parties have sprung up and
The fiscal deficit is the highest since He ends the year in retreat before are strengthening everywhere; they
2012. Trade wars notwithstanding, what’s looking like the most ef- its unrealistic projections) while the working relationship with the US. have different goals but are all bol-
the trade deficit is at a 10-year high. fective Facebook-driven revolt in economy slid towards recession. India’s Narendra Modi goes into stered by social network technology
The turnover on the presidential a Western nation to date, the Yel- In Spain, Mariano Rajoy’s cen- 2019 having lost elections in three that amplifies anger and violence.
staff has reached catastrophic lev- low Vest movement that started as tre-right government buckled under states where his Bharatiya Janata
els: Sixty-five per cent of Trump’s “A a protest against a small increase the weight of corruption scandals and Party was previously dominant. Winners lose ground
Team” had been replaced since his in fuel taxes but grew into a violent the outgoing prime minister spent a Modi’s hubris and the lasting ef- Even the few notable exceptions
election as of Dec 14, according to the anti-elite rebellion. Macron has whole day at a restaurant as Socialist fects of his policy mistakes, such to the misgovernment rule of 2018
Brookings Institution, and that does undermined his reform ambitions rival Pedro Sanchez unseated him in a as the disastrous “demonetisation” don’t inspire much confidence.
not even include cabinet members by making concessions to the Yel- kind of parliamentary coup. Sanchez, of 2016 in which Modi took 86% Canadian Prime Minister Justin
(12 of the 24 officials in the cabinet low Vests worth up to €11 billion however, isn’t doing too well, either: of the country’s cash out of circu- Trudeau has made no major errors,
have been replaced and now a 13th, (RM52.08 billion) a year, and his His government is beset by scandals; lation, are partly responsible for but his popularity is trending down
Defense Secretary James Mattis, is popularity has not recovered, re- he faces a reprise of troublemaking his weakening hold on power. Urji ahead of next year’s election.
leaving). Trump is having trouble maining at a dismal 27% approval by Catalonian separatists that made it Patel, the central bank governor, South African President Cyril
filling once-coveted positions, and in public opinion polls. almost impossible for Rajoy to focus resigned earlier this month after Ramaphosa, who vowed to clean up
the officials he fired and those who Another potential leader of the on anything else. Now, for the first Modi’s repeated attempts to weaken the country after the disheartening
have resigned are sometimes uncon- West, German Chancellor Ange- time in decades, a nationalist-populist the bank’s independence and get corruption that plagued it under
strained in criticising him — a situa- la Merkel, spent most of the year party, Vox, is gaining popularity and control over its reserves. Though Jacob Zuma, couldn’t maintain
tion that, were it to occur in a corpo- hobbled by an open revolt within has won representation in Andalusia’s economic growth has been strong, “Ramaphoria” for long. Though he
ration, would have tanked its stock. her party, the Christian Democratic regional parliament. it has not been inclusive as Modi has restored investor confidence,
All this does not even scratch the Union, and its Bavarian sister par- Sweden and Latvia are entering had promised; unemployment hit his anti-corruption efforts have
surface of what Trump has done. ty, the Christian Social Union. The the new year without governments a two-year high in October. not yielded quick results and fears
The damage he has wreaked on conservative rebels paralysed the following inconclusive elections and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan of a land expropriation campaign
the US role in the world is only be- government demanding tougher im- months of coalition negotiations. consolidated his power with an continue to hang over the country.
ginning to manifest itself. Almost migration policies and forcing Merkel In Sweden, established parties are election win, but he is mismanaging Most intriguingly, Chinese Pres-
everywhere (with a few exceptions into exhausting backroom battles that trying to exclude an increasingly Turkey’s economy. The Bloomberg ident Xi Jinping, who has avoided
such as Israel and South Korea) left her drained, sometimes even ap- powerful populist rival. In Latvia the consensus forecast sees the coun- major errors for years, may have
favourable views of the US are de- athetic. The Union performed bad- establishment would like to engage try plunging into recession starting made some in 2018. It is unclear
clining, and people are becoming ly in two important state elections, the surging populists to get around this quarter. The lira is the world’s whether accepting Trump’s trade war
convinced that the US does not care and Merkel was forced to give up the a strong party that’s considered second-worst performing curren- challenge was a good idea. For all its
about other countries’ interests. party leadership. Though her chosen pro-Russian, but the results are the cy after the Argentine peso, having might, China is still a middle income
Alliances are loosening and the successor, Annegret Kramp-Karren- same: a political fracturing unprec- lost about 29% of its value against country that’s extremely dependent
multilateral world order is creaking. bauer, won the leadership election edented in both countries’ history. the US dollar. on trade. Xi’s battle against Trump
earlier this month, beating the more In Belgium, the government has Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mo- may win him sympathy in Europe,
What a ‘no-deal’ Brexit means conservative Friedrich Merz, the split just been toppled by a national- hammed bin Salman (MBS), once but Europeans aren’t natural allies
Almost as obvious is the misgovern- in the party has not been healed and ist party campaigning against a feted as a bold reformer, has seen for China. Xi’s show of strength may
ment of the UK. Blind to the reality a lame-duck Merkel has not acted non-binding United Nations mi- his reputation destroyed by the Oc- be premature, and that will become
of disappearing economic growth, as though the lifted burden of party gration pact that Belgium approved tober murder of Washington Post clear in the next couple of years.
slowing business investment and a politics has freed her up to be more along with 163 other countries. columnist Jamal Khashoggi inside The shortage of competent,
growing trade deficit, Prime Min- assertive as chancellor. The best she’s the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The clear-headed, hubris-free leader-
ister Theresa May’s government been able to do is ensure stability, Weakening strongmen brutal act has undermined interna- ship in today’s world may be a freak
has persevered in trying to pull the which looks to many Germans like It has not been a great year for strong- tional support for MBS, as the prince accident. But if it is the new nor-
country out of the European Union stagnation at a time when the country men and hybrid regimes, either. is known, and thrown a monkey mal, living in this world will require
(EU) and in fantasising about with- is falling behind others in technology Russian President Vladimir Pu- wrench into his plans to reduce the new skills from ordinary people,
drawal terms that the EU rejected and underinvesting in areas such as tin was re-elected, but has since Saudi economy’s oil dependence. too. Vigilance and easy mobility in
from the start. education and infrastructure. seen a drop in popularity following Saudi Arabia’s arch-rival, Iran, case a country deteriorates intoler-
Destroyed by the EU’s dream This was a year of chaos in other a highly unpopular retirement-age isn’t doing much better. Beset by ably are two of them; a capacity for
team of super-competent negoti- democracies, too. increase. Russia’s economy and Rus- domestic protests and hit again by constructive protest is a third. Bad
ators, May’s bungling, ill-prepared The populist government in It- sians’ incomes are stagnating, and US sanctions from which European leadership is not just something we
representatives flailed about, re- aly drew up a fantasy budget that Putin’s been constrained overseas powers have been unable to protect read about on news sites. It could
signed in exasperation and final- included a version of a universal by a string of public failures by Rus- it, the regime of Supreme Leader Aya- signal the deterioration of institu-
ly produced a deal nobody really basic income and fought with the sia’s aggressive military intelligence tollah Ali Khamenei has had an aw- tions, both global and domestic,
wants — not even the EU, though EU over it (only to end up lowering service and an inability to build a ful year, even if it is not teetering yet. that shape our lives. — Bloomberg
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BoJ blames
stock rout Traders in suspense following
on global
uncertainty
BY L EI K A KI H A RA
US$5.6 trillion stock loss
TOKYO: Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) Investors bracing for volatile days ahead
governor Haruhiko Kuroda has
blamed the recent instability
in the stock markets on grow- BY LIV IA YAP restore rail links severed by the Ko-
ing global economic uncer- rean War were revived in historic
tainties, but said the world’s SINGAPORE: With about four days summits by North Korea leader Kim
third-largest economy was re- of Asia equity trading left for the Jong Un and South Korean Presi-
silient enough to withstand any year and low volumes across the dent Moon Jae-in earlier this year.
external shocks. board, traders don’t seem to be What’s next?
Conceding that it was taking taking any chances. “As far as the futures are suggest-
longer than expected to achieve About US$5.6 trillion (RM23.41 ing, the market is indecisive right
his 2% inflation target, Kuroda trillion) of equity value has been now. One should not be surprised if
said policymakers needed to be obliterated in the region this year as most are still waiting out the storm
vigilant to heightening external the global carnage shows no let-up. this week,” Pan said.
risks such as protectionism and And investors are bracing for With less than a week left in
slowing growth in China. volatile days ahead. 2018, here’s a look at how major
“The stock market has been There’s a chance that the 10-year stock markets have done this year
somewhat unstable. The fluc- US bull market would come to an across the region, as of Dec 25:
tuations are partly attributable end when the markets reopen in • Japan’s Topix index up 1.1%;
to changes in perception of US even after US President Donald A man looks at an electronic stock board outside a securities firm in Tokyo, Japan Nikkei 225 up 0.9%
various risks surrounding the Trump gave his first expression of on Tuesday. Photo by Bloomberg • Shanghai Composite little changed
global economy,” he in a speech public support for treasury secre- • Taiwan’s Taiex index down 0.5%
to an annual meeting of Japan’s tary Steven Mnuchin and Federal • South Korea’s Kospi index down
business lobby Keidanren. Reserve System’s (Fed) chairman “The weight that is given to Pres- or state-owned enterprises. 1.2%; Kospi 200 down 1.1%
Kuroda, however, said Jap- Jerome Powell since people famil- ident Trump’s assurances is simply Chinese authorities also said they • India’s S&P BSE Sensex Index
anese and global economies iar with the matter told Bloomberg much lighter than the threats he is are studying plans to help banks re- down 1%; NSE Nifty 50 down 0.9%
are “resilient enough to endure News last week that the president throwing,” said Jingyi Pan, market plenish capital, as President Xi Jin- • Singapore’s Straits Times Index
any shock” thanks to solid US had discussed dismissing the Fed strategist for IG Asia Pte. ping vows to step up support for the down 1.3%
economic growth and efforts chief, who was recommended by And news from elsewhere did nation’s struggling private sector. • Malaysia’s KLCI down 1.2%
by companies to boost prof- Mnuchin. little to excite investors. North and South Korea staged • Philippine Stock Exchange down
itability. “The direly weak sentiment con- On Tuesday, China released a symbolic ground-breaking cere- 0.9%
Under a policy dubbed tinues to be the engine behind the new rules promising to treat all mony to upgrade severed rail links, • Jakarta Composite down 0.5%
yield curve control, the BoJ declines for markets that have yet firms equally from a regulatory although UN Security Council ap- • Thailand’s SET down 0.4%; and
guides short-term rates at mi- to find the panacea in the form of standpoint, whether they are for- proval would be needed to advance • Vietnam’s VN Index down 0.6%.
nus 0.1% and the 10-year bond any positive impetus. eign, private Chinese companies the project. Long-stalled plans to — Bloomberg
yield around 0%. — Reuters

S’pore November Trump blasts Fed again over rate hikes Ghosn’s ex-aide
leaves jail after
industrial court grants bail
WASHINGTON: US President Don-
output up 7.6%, ald Trump on Tuesday renewed his
beats forecast attack on the US Federal Reserve
System’s (Fed) monetary policy,
BY MA J IE & L IS A D U

blaming its interest rate hikes for TOKYO: Greg Kelly, the Nis-
BY A RA DHA NA A R AV INDAN a tanking market. san Motor Co’s director arrest-
With stocks on track for their ed along with former chairman
SINGAPORE: The industrial pro- worst December since the Great Carlos Ghosn, was freed from
duction of Singapore in Novem- Depression, Trump has regular- jail, with a court granting him
ber beat expectations, helped ly berated the central bank for its bail after spending more than a
by a jump in pharmaceuticals stewardship of the economy. month in a detention centre here.
output as well as strong expan- “They’re raising rates too fast Kelly walked out of the cen-
sion in the marine and offshore because they think the economy is tre late Tuesday night after a
engineering segment. so good,” Trump told reporters in a local court set his bail at ¥70
Manufacturing output in question & answer session follow- million yen (RM2.65 million),
November rose 7.6% from ing his annual Christmas telecon- according to the prosecutors’
a year earlier, data from the ference with US troops. office. He was arrested on Nov
Singapore Economic Devel- “But I think they will get it pret- 19 and was indicted for alleg-
opment Board showed. ty soon,” added the president, who edly helping the car titan un-
The median forecast in a has dubbed the supposedly inde- der-report his compensation by
Reuters survey of eight econ- pendent central bank “crazy” and tens of millions of US dollars.
omists predicted a 4.1% ex- “out of control.” “Today I returned to the
pansion. It was faster than the Trump’s comments came after ficers have “ample liquidity” available. confident in American companies outside world after making bail.
revised 5.5% growth in October. Asian markets suffered a holiday Investors were also unnerved by and urged investors to stay calm I look forward to receiving a
On a month-on-month and rout on fears about the US econo- weekend news reports that Trump over the nosediving markets. court judgement of innocence,
seasonally-adjusted basis, in- my and a government shutdown in had asked about the possibility of “I have great confidence in our restoring my name and return-
dustrial production rose 2.8% Washington, now in its fourth day. firing Fed chairman Jerome Powell, companies. They’re doing very well. ing to my family as soon as pos-
in November, faster than Oc- Closed on Monday for a national accounts that Mnuchin said Trump I think it’s a tremendous opportu- sible,” Kelly said on Tuesday in
tober’s revised 2.4% growth. holiday, Tokyo plummeted at the has denied. nity to buy,” he said. a statement .
Pharmaceuticals production open on Tuesday, suffering its worst Trump last week called the Fed The stock market malaise comes The court has set conditions
in November rose 23.9% from finish since April 2017 after a brutal a greater economic threat to the with Trump refusing to sign a for the bail, including a ban on
a year ago, while electronics holiday-shortened session on Wall US than China, and on Monday budget Bill to keep the government leaving Japan. He is not allowed
output increased 11.2%. Street that saw US stocks sink for a compared the central bank to a funded as he demands money for to get in touch with people in-
The marine and offshore en- fourth straight session. sloppy golfer. a US-Mexico border wall. volved in the allegations, and
gineering segment expanded The markets have been roiled by Asked by reporters whether he Stephen Innes, head of Asia-Pa- needs to live at an address ap-
26.6% on the back of a low base ongoing uncertainty in the US, with had confidence in Mnuchin, Trump cific trading at OANDA, an online proved by the court.
in November last year as well treasury secretary Stephen Mnuchin answered “yes I do,” calling the currency broker, said Trump’s spat Ghosn will be detained until
as a higher level of work done berated for holding a call with the six treasury chief “very talented, very with the Fed and Mnuchin’s call Jan 1 over the new allegation,
in offshore projects. — Reuters biggest US banks and then reporting smart person.” with the banks had “markets run- the Tokyo District Court said
on Twitter the six chief executive of- Trump said he also remained ning for cover.” — AFP on Sunday. — Bloomberg
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Trump vows no ‘Japan wants free


and fair trade for
end to shutdown global economy’

until wall funded


BY S TA N L E Y W H IT E The White House last Friday
laid out objectives for trade talks
TOKYO: Japan’s top government with Japan as US President Don-
spokesman said yesterday his ald Trump’s administration seeks
government wants to promote to slash the US’ US$69 billion
rules that protect free and fair (RM288.42 billion) trade deficit
trade for the global economy. with the world’s third-biggest
Chief cabinet secretary Yoshi- economy.
His demand was rejected by Democrats, some Republicans hide Suga, speaking during a The US is aiming to secure du-
recording of a TV programme ty-free market access for Amer-
at Japanese broadcaster BS11, ican industrial products and re-
WASHINGTON: US President Don- Trump refused last week to sign a whatever they’d like to call it.” said Japan is ready to explain duce or eliminate tariffs for US
ald Trump vowed on Tuesday he wider spending bill, temporarily Trump reaffirmed a claim made its stance in trade negotiations agricultural goods, according to
would not reopen the government stripping funding from swathes of on Twitter on Monday that he had with the US. a statement.
until he gets US$5 billion (RM20.9 the government. approved a contract for the con- Suga also warned that the Washington is also seeking
billion) to fund his border wall, as “I can’t tell you when the gov- struction of 185km of wall in Texas, global rules of trade could be more equitable trade in the mo-
the partial government shutdown ernment is going to be open,” the although the White House has not compromised if all countries sim- tor vehicle sector and will try to
dragged into a fourth day. Republican president told reporters offered any details on the project. ply pursued their own interests. “ensure that Japan avoids manip-
Trump’s demand for a physical at the White House after his annu- He said he would visit that stretch “I understand that it’s natural ulating exchange rates in order
barrier on the US-Mexico border — a al Christmas teleconference with of the border “at the end of January for countries to pursue their own to prevent effective balance of
pillar of his election platform — has US troops. for the start of construction.” interests, but countries should payments adjustment or to gain
been rejected by Democrats and “I can tell you it’s not going to be “It’s going to be built, hopefully respect the rules of free and fair an unfair competitive advantage,”
some Republicans. In retaliation, open until we have a wall, a fence, rapidly,” he said. — AFP trade,” Suga said. the document said. — Reuters

Japan plans to resume


commercial whaling
BY IS A B E L R E Y N O L D S , J O N trade and security partners such
H E R S KOV IT Z & E MI N O B UH IRO as Australia and New Zealand,
the decision on whaling might
TOKYO: Japan announced it please some voters, who have
would resume commercial been irked by foreign criticism of
whaling in July, drawing criti- the country’s hunting practices.
cism from Australia and New Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s elec-
Zealand, where anti-whaling sen- toral constituency in western Ja-
timent is strong. pan includes the former whaling
Japanese chief cabinet sec- hub of Shimonoseki, and whale
retary Yoshihide Suga said yes- meat was a common dish in the
terday that the country would nation’s schools.
withdraw from the Internation- Suga said Japan decided to
al Whaling Commission (IWC), leave the whaling commission
but only hunt whales in its own after more than 30 years of un-
territorial waters and exclusive successful efforts to get it to lift
economic zone. Suga said in a the moratorium on commer-
statement that Japan won’t hunt cial whaling. The country has
the sea mammals in the South- sidestepped restrictions by con-
ern Ocean or the southern hemi- ducting what it calls “scientific
sphere, where whalers sometimes whaling” — with the meat of the
fight off environmental activists whales caught under this pro-
with water cannons. gramme often ending up in shops
While likely to upset Japanese and restaurants. — Bloomberg

Second Guatemalan migrant


child dies in US custody
BY MAG GY D O N A L D S O N signs of nausea and vomiting, and
died just after midnight.
WASHINGTON: An eight-year- The CBP said it had not es-
old migrant from Guatemala died tablished the cause of death but
in US government custody on would “ensure an independent
Tuesday, Customs and Border and thorough review of the cir-
Indonesia rescuers scramble to reach Protection (CBP) said, the sec-
ond child fatality in American
cumstances.”
Guatemala called on US au-
isolated tsunami-struck towns detention this month.
The boy, who was with his
thorities to conduct a “clear” in-
vestigation of the death, adding
apprehended father, had been that “medical reports have been
BY KI K I SI REGA R their efforts and heaped more mis- as activity was still high at the rum- transferred to a New Mexico requested... to clarify the cause
& HA RRY PEA RL ery on the region as stunned resi- bling Anak Krakatoa volcano, which medical centre showing signs of death of the child.”
dents waded through waist-deep sits in the middle of the Sunda Strait of sickness on Monday, the agen- The news of the boy’s death
CARITA (Indonesia): Indonesian water in parts of hard-hit Carita. between Java and Sumatra islands. cy said. triggered outrage on social me-
search and rescue teams yesterday “Heavy rains caused a river to A section of the crater collapsed Staff diagnosed him with a dia.
plucked stranded residents from re- overflow and several places are after an eruption and slid into the cold but later discovered a fever. “Another child dies under this
mote islands and pushed into isolat- flooded,” national disaster agency ocean, triggering Saturday night’s He was released at midday, with Administration’s watch,” tweeted
ed communities desperate for aid in spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho killer tsunami, officials have said. prescriptions for ibuprofen and Democratic Congressman Marc
the aftermath of a volcano-triggered said on Twitter. The latest death toll stood at 429, the antibiotic amoxicillin. Veasey of Texas.
tsunami that killed over 400. The disaster agency cautioned with 1,485 people injured and an- The child was later transferred “Such a devastating story to
But torrential rains hampered residents to stay clear of the coast other 154 still missing. — AFP back to the hospital after showing hear on Christmas Day.” — AFP
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F E AT U R E 2 1

Whiff of extinction blows


Longest US bull market on record is within a hairline of its demise
BY SARAH PONCZEK, ELENA POPINA ly. The S&P 500 is still seven points nomic wounds that never healed. From the financial crisis bot-
& VI L DA NA H A JRI C away from completing a full-blown This year has Profits rose, fuelling the bull, but tom in March 2009, the S&P 500

I
bear market drop. Futures on the wages stayed stagnant. Most of the had more than quadrupled by its
t has been derided as a house index fell as much as 1.1% before re-
been impacted time since 2009, gains in the S&P September high, paying a total re-
of cards, a gift to the 1%, an bounding to trade little changed as by quantitative 500 have surpassed gains in GDP turn of 19% annually. Investors
experiment in monetary pol- of 6.56am London time yesterday. tightening. As the and worker pay by gaping margins. made more money owning stocks
icy taken way too far. Stranger things have happened “The market surprised everyone in 2013 than in any year since the
Now a bull market that for than a recovery from here — the
Fed continues to run both in when it bottomed out and dotcom bubble — and anyone who
ten years has confounded index came roughly as close only off its balance sheet, how quickly it rose off those lows,” sold when it was over has fore-
and chastened its detractors — by to rebound in 1998 and 2011. And it’s a vestige of the said Chris Zaccarelli, chief invest- gone gains of 151% in Microsoft,
outlasting all its predecessors — even if the threshold does break, ment officer at the Independent 237% in Amazon.com, and 345% in
is staggering up to death’s door. there is nothing magical about a
crisis and it’s still with Advisor Alliance. “The problem Netflix. One company, Nvidia, tri-
And haters and admirers alike are 20% decline. President Donald us today. with looking at the stock market as pled in 2016, nearly doubled again
turning out to pronounce last rites. Trump could right his ship, the US a way of saying the financial crisis last year, and was up 49% in early
The fall has been swift, a spasm Federal Reserve (Fed) could stop is over is that it’s only one piece of October. Now it is down 34% and
of nearly uninterrupted selling that raising rates — maybe the bear will Co. “Until you got to this tax and the puzzle,” he said. “As far as an headed for the worst return since
dragged the S&P 500 down 19.8% go back into hibernation. spending deal a year ago, it was economic recovery, it’s been very the financial crisis.
in the space of three months. The As you may have heard: the fun- one of the most hated bull markets. sluggish.” So while it may be hard to see
Dow Jones Industrial Average has damentals look strong. Gross do- The markets steadily climbed one Now stocks are plunging as the things in the future that justify a
plunged 5,036 points since its re- mestic product (GDP) is rising, wall of worry after another, and the stimulus Bernanke enacted is be- hammering as painful as this one,
cord, poised for its worst December profits keep going up, and eco- problem was that the economic ing withdrawn by a new Fed chair- a few things in the past suggested
since 1931. For the men and wom- nomic data gives no obvious evi- data did not confirm it.” man, Jerome Powell. Inevitably, it there was reason for worry.
en who sold stocks and investment dence of a recession. Things look Hated it was, and for many the is spurring debate over whether the “The biggest names just got big-
advice while the rally raged, it has particularly sturdy compared with rally represented a moral quanda- financial crisis ever ended. ger and bigger and the leadership
made Christmas a time of nostalgia. past episodes of tumult that the bull ry, particularly in the early years, “The reason I’d say it’s still with became very narrow and we be-
“It was a remarkably long run,” withstood, periods like 2011, when when stocks served as a kind of us is look at the Fed’s balance came reliant upon a handful of
John Carey, managing director and quarterly GDP growth twice turned daily referendum on actions by the sheet,” Zaccarelli said. “This year names to generate returns. And
portfolio manager at Amundi Pio- negative, or 2016, when corporate Fed to end the financial crisis. In has been impacted by quantitative then when some of those names
neer Asset Management, said in a earnings fell. that role, buoyant markets became tightening. As the Fed continues to had some fundamental stumbles,
phone interview. “Overall, it was “One of the beautiful ironies of a target for those who saw a charity run off its balance sheet, it’s a ves- the market was ill-equipped to deal
a very, very strong market up until this whole situation is that in 2018 programme for the very people who tige of the crisis and it’s still with with that,” Michael O’Rourke, Jon-
the last couple of months. It’s been you finally feel like the economy is laid the economy low, while at the us today. Investors remain very esTrading’s chief market strategist,
a very good period, the last decade, normalising to what we knew be- other end of the spectrum critics scarred by what happened in 2007, said by phone. “The bottom line is
for money management.” fore the crisis,” said Michael Purves, accused the Fed’s Ben Bernanke 2008 — you can see it in investor markets are supposed to go in both
Not that it is over — necessari- chief global strategist at Weeden & of engineering gains to hide eco- anxiety.” directions.” — Bloomberg

World economy set to feel delayed trade war pain in 2019


BY ENDA CURRAN Meng Wanzhou illustrates the risk
& KATIA DMITRIEVA of unexpected developments that
can quickly inflame already tense
WHILE 2018 was the year trade relations.
wars broke out, 2019 will be the “‘Trade divergence’ since 2018
year the global economy feels the and the ‘tariffs limbo’ into 2019
pain. are likely to keep a high degree of
Bloomberg’s Global Trade uncertainty and continue to have
Tracker is softening amid a fad- an impact on trade and investment
ing rush to front-load export or- plans,” New York-based Citigroup
ders ahead of threatened tariffs. global markets economist Cesar
And volumes are tipped to slow Rojas wrote in a recent note.
further even as the US and China The critical question is whether
seek to resolve their trade spat, Washington and Beijing can strike
with companies warning of ongo- a deal by the March 1 deadline.
ing disruption. If they succeed, a cloud will be
Already there are casualties. lifted off the world economy. But
GoPro Inc will move most of its for now, the threat that tensions
US-bound camera production out will linger is a brake on business
of China by next summer, becom- expansion plans, and thereby the
ing one of the first brand-name global economy.
electronics makers to take such Dippin’ Dots LLC is among
action, while FedEx Corp recently those caught in the crossfire. The
slashed its profit forecast and pared US-based maker of ice cream and
international air freight capacity. other frozen products spent three
“Any kind of interference with years breaking into the Chinese
commerce is going to be a tax market and opened its first stores
on the economy,” said Hamid in the country this year, only to pay
Moghadam, chief executive officer trillion (RM8.36 trillion) in value in The International Monetary ing to the VDMA industry associ- double-digit tariffs on imported
(CEO) of Francisco-based Prolo- 2018 and is languishing in a bear Fund forecasts trade volumes will ation. Output will increase about dairy products. CEO Scott Fischer
gis Inc, which owns almost 4,000 market. slow to 4% in 2019 from 4.2% this 5% in real terms in 2018, the most said if the US-China talks fail and
logistics facilities globally. “And the Recent data underscore con- year and 5.2% in 2017. They warn since 2011, before growth slows to additional tariffs are added, he
world economy is probably going cerns that trade will be a drag on that trade barriers have become 2% next year. would be forced to rethink strat-
to slow down as a result of it.” American growth next year. US con- more pronounced. Then there is the risk of the US egy, supply chains and where in
Financial markets have already sumers are feeling the least optimis- Europe is not insulated either. placing tariffs on auto imports from the world he expands.
taken a hit. Bank of America Mer- tic about the future economy in a While Germany’s key machinery Europe and Japan, a move that “From an entrepreneur’s per-
rill Lynch estimates that the trade year, while small business optimism sector will produce a record €228 would damage relations between spective, our question is, how long
war news has accounted for a net about economic improvement fell billion (RM1.08 trillion) this year, some of the world’s biggest econ- will this continue?” Fischer said.
drop of 6% in the S&P 500 this year. to a two-year low and companies the trade disputes are among rea- omies. The arrest of Huawei Tech- “It’s hard to plan business in this
China’s stock market has lost US$2 expect smaller profit gains in 2019. sons why growth will slow, accord- nologies Co chief financial officer environment.” — Bloomberg
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Lexus LC 500.

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WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

JOIN Australian drummer Michael Pignéguy


who has returned to Kuala Lumpur and is
performing the World Music, Jazz & Latin
rhythms of The Awakenings Ensemble with
soulful singer Evelyn Feroza while also featur-
ing special guest saxophonist, Tim Stocker. It
will be held around 9pm at No Black Tie, 17,
THE WORST LUXURY CARS
OF 2018
Jalan Mesui, off Jalan Nagasari, Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur. Tickets are priced at RM75. For
more information, visit noblacktie.com.my.

Not all such cars are Audi S4.


created equal
BY HANNAH E LLI OTT

D
rivers who buy new cars
today usually don’t have
to worry about whether
the car will break an axle
on the side of the road, or
whether its brakes will
give out on a steep hill. We can reason-
TREAT your lips to the most decadent, rich and ably expect to get air-conditioning and
creamy lip balm of your dreams. This peaches heated front seats as standard items,
and cream-infused-formula fills lines caused and we can expect that the technology
by dryness. Its hydrating formula prevents inside the car will work intuitively and
lips from drying and provides a natural satin enhance, rather than inhibit, the driv-
finish with no colour payoff. For RM69, it is ing experience.
available at sephora.my. And yet. We still find plenty to com-
plain about. After all, not all modern Aston Martin DB11 Volante.
luxury car are created equal. Some have
shoddy interior materials lining their
walls, others lack the power and torque
to make them equal to competitors. Oth-
ers are just plain boring.
So here’s the list of cars I did not like.
Lexus LC 500
My quibble with the Lexus LC 500 isn’t
about how it looks on the outside. I like
its swooped body, big wheels, and low,
smooth roofline. If I had to buy a Lexus,
it might even be this one. It’s the most
exciting of that family. Unfortunately,
that isn’t saying much.
No, my problem with the LC 500 is
two-fold: For one thing, it simply doesn’t hood or aggression in its gears. It’s luke- ever heard anyone say: “I’d like to have
compete, performance- and craftsman- warm. to use a semi-responsive, tiny, black flat
ship-wise, with others of its type and Second, and more annoying, the in- screen set near my knee when I drive?”
price point. Compare it to the Acura NSX terior of the LC 500 feels plastic and
and the Porsche 911, and you’ll find each lightweight. The screen and technology Audi S4
of those a much more pleasurable and system is so bad it equals those of the Here’s the problem with the Audi S4: It’s
emotional experience to drive. They’re Cadillac line-up, which is pretty terri- boring. Both inside and out. All right,
WATCH Mary Poppins in cinema today. Dec- precise and immediate when you turn the ble. The Range Rover Velar contains the that’s not a crime, but it’s inexcusable in
ades after her original visit, the magical steering wheel and when you press the most exceptional example on the mar- this day and age. Tesla makes an electric
nanny returns to help the Banks siblings brakes. They’re quick and sharp: It’s as ket today, while the screen controls and sedan that is more interesting, visually,
and Michael’s children through a difficult if they anticipate what you’ll want to do. performance in Lexus’ LC 500 feel light than this car is, for goodness sake.
time in their lives. For more information, The LC 500, on the other hand, takes years behind the times. It has a ho-hum V6 engine that pro-
visit cinema.com.my. a beat to digest your request and then, The “touchpad” at the bottom of the duces 354 horsepower and 369 pound-
maybe, it’ll get back to you. It just doesn’t centre console and the overall vertical- feet of torque, which, admittedly, is 164
have the visceral feel of guts under that ly oriented design will annoy. Have you more horsepower and 133 more pound-
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RWG launches Jungle Jam and


Bona Cinemas IMAX, Gold Class
with D-BOX halls
JUNGLE Jam, a brand new and original terest in the environment through the
computer-generated (CG) animation, and portrayal of the animals and the jungle,”
Bona Cinemas IMAX, Gold Class with added Holloway.
D-BOX halls were launched at Resorts Jungle Jam was created by Genting Ma-
World Genting (RWG) recently. laysia’s CG animation entertainment com-
Jungle Jam, a five-minute show features pany, Genting Studios, incorporated to
a dance performance by the reinvented deliver premium content in CG animation
Genting characters — a charming group productions. It will be shown every two
of animal friends and the unofficial guard- hours from 10am to midnight.
ians of Resorts World Genting: Tabby the Bona Cinemas premiered two new expe-
Tiger, Allie the Elephant, Joe the Orangutan, riences, IMAX and Gold Class with D-BOX
Geno the Dinosaur and two new characters halls, at its gilded cineplex to allow its
Benny the Entertainer (the Malaysian Sun audiences to immerse themselves even
Bear), and Callie the Dragon. further into the realm of motion pictures.
RWG’s executive vice-president of lei- “Whether in the awe-inspiring expanse
sure and hospitality Datuk Edward Hol- of IMAX or the engaging luxury of the The interior of the Gold Class with D-BOX hall at Bona Cinemas.
loway said: “Our SkySymphony shows seats, the experience of watching movies
have been very successful and popular. at Bona Cinemas is really impressive and
We have kept Jungle Jam colourful and innovative and with the addition of our Bona Cinema’s Gold Class with D-BOX technology. Each D-BOX seat is equipped
fun and the relationship between all the IMAX and Gold Class with D-BOX halls, hall seats up to 48 viewers. A first in the with patented motion system with four lev-
different characters sends a positive mes- there is no better gateway into cinematic Malaysian market, Bona Cinemas has com- els of intensity control, which swivels and
sage about friendship. perfection in Malaysia than at Bona Cin- bined the luxurious pleasure of Gold Class tilts on a two-axis configuration to truly
“Hopefully, it will also garner an in- emas in RWG,” Hollaway said. seats with the dynamic feedback of D-BOX bring the viewer into the thick of the action.

feet of torque than the A4 model. Infiniti QX50


That translates to a zero-to-60 sprint Infiniti QX50. Infiniti has recently debuted a special “Pro-
time of 4.4 seconds. The base-level BMW ject Black” hybrid sports car inspired by
M3 can do 60mph in 3.9 seconds, and the Formula 1. It has 563HP and a hybrid-elec-
Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG can do it in four tric powertrain developed by Renault.
seconds flat. There’s really no comparison. That is the best car Infiniti makes — and
Anyway, as I say in my review, the S4 is a it’s not even available for normal consum-
good example of what the generic modern ers. On the other side of the family table,
luxury sedan is — safe and rounded off, like so to speak, is the QX50 SUV.
a droning PSA read over the loudspeaker at This SUV looks large but comes with only
an airport: blah, blah, blah. Take the badges four cylinders and 268HP. (Press the gas and
off, and I’ll bet you US$100 (RM418) you you’ll feel the anaemic response.) It rolls and
couldn’t identify this as an Audi. lumbers around corners. The interior cabin
Audi is a great automaker. I expect displays look as if they came directly from
more from it than this. You should, too. 2008: as dull as the exterior body, except for
the multiple, differing fonts used in graphics
Aston Martin DB11 Volante displays, which are disconcerting.
You are probably surprised to see a gor- The QX50 has room enough inside its
geous convertible from such an esteemed cabin, as well as adequate storage space.
brand on this list. But stick with me; I have And it does drive. I guess that’s something.
no quibbles with how the DB11 Volante
drives. Its V8 engine will hit 62 miles per Acura RDX
hour in four seconds and has a top speed Acura RDX. I can’t imagine a reason you’d buy the
of 187mph. A cursory glance at one as Acura RDX.
it passes can send shivers of happiness The RDX has a few more horsepower
down the spine. and torque than the entry variants of the
But spend any amount of time with it, Porsche Macan and BMW X3. But the fit
and — from the inside out — the design and finish inside feel cheap. The robotic
of the car is difficult to embrace. With the exterior appearance, with the awkward
top up, the canvas cover looks stretched front grille, saps the car’s overall appeal.
to threads over the infinitesimally small Then there’s the lacklustre handling, and
rear seats. Hung wide across the car’s the quirky design of the technology alto-
low body, it compromises every other- gether. It’s not competing with the best of
wise beautiful body curve the brand has the crossover crowd.
worked so hard to develop. It diminishes The entertainment and climate appara-
half the sight lines from behind the wheel tus, with touchpad and centre control knob
and makes everything feel cramped and (the “Acura True Touchpad Interface”),
too busy inside. If I owned this car, I’d is beaten only by Lexus for weirdness of
literally never have the top up, for fear of design. Behind the wheel, the lacklustre
ruining its otherwise-fine exterior angles. handling and dearth of any discernible
On the inside, too, you run into trou- personality or driving character earn it
ble. With the top up, the interior, which and stitching colourations on the seats I cared about — even remotely. side-note status at best.
seemed relaxed when open to the breezy and doors and dash. From the (uncom- If you want an Aston Martin converti- For the discerning buyer, the small
air, suddenly begins to feel stressful. This fortably stiff and straight) front seats, ble, steer yourself towards the Vanquish S Porsche or BMW SUVs would be worth
is because Aston Martin offers too much it’s like sitting inside a cramped kara- Volante. It offers more space and sight. If considering. Or better yet, if you want to
finishing: the options can be garish and oke bar with no escape in sight. And I you go for the Volante, keep the top down save money, buy the exceptional Volvo
gaudy, with multiple leathers and woods wouldn’t wish the back seat on anyone and forget about driving in the rain. XC60. For now, skip the RDX. — Bloomberg
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Ex-Watford boss Sanchez Flores


moves to Shanghai Shenhua
Peng Soon (right) SHANGHAI: Former Watford, faster,” Shanghai Shenhua said
and Liu Ying’s next Benfica and Atletico Madrid boss in a post on China’s Twitter-like
focus is to find Quique Sanchez Flores has been Weibo on Tuesday.
sponsors to continue named head coach of Chinese The club’s former Chinese
participating in Super League (CSL) Shanghai coach Wu Jingui will move to the
international Shenhua. role of sporting director at the
tournaments Shenhua issued a statement wel- club. Wu led the team to win the
next year and coming the Spaniard and his coach- Chinese FA Cup in 2017.
to accumulate ing team, who are due to arrive in Sanchez Flores, 53, was sacked
qualifying points for Shanghai tomorrow to prepare for by Espanyol in April. In the 2016-
Tokyo 2020. Photo the new CSL season beginning on 17 season he led the Catalans to
by Bernama March 1, 2019. eighth place in La Liga, as high as
“[We] hope they will get famil- they have finished in a decade.
iar with the team as soon as pos- The former Valencia right-back
sible through winter training, in- previously managed Watford, and
stil their football techniques and reportedly rejected a return to the
tactics in the players and help the English Premier League earlier
young players in the team grow this season with Stoke City. — AFP

‘It’s a win-win situation’ US striker Weah confirms


loan from PSG
Peng Soon says now is best time for him and Liu Ying to leave BAM BY F R A N K PIN G UE en’t played much,” Weah said. “I’ve
always been grateful for the oppor-
TORONTO: Timothy Weah (pic) tunities I had at the beginning of
KUALA LUMPUR: National mixed The 30-year-old, who won the sil- ditioning firm, Daikin. will leave French champions Par- the season because it opened me
doubles specialist Chan Peng Soon ver medal in the mixed doubles event The pair has a busy schedule is St Germain (PSG) on loan for many doors this winter.
has said now is the best time for him at the Rio Olympics with Liu Ying in ahead of them with the Thailand six months in January, the US “I hope after these six months,
and his partner, Goh Liu Ying, to 2016, said the pair’s next focus was Masters from Jan 8 to 13, Malaysia striker said on Tuesday. I will be ready to return to the Parc
leave the Badminton Association to find sponsors to continue partici- Masters (Jan 15 to 20) and Indone- British media reported the des Princes and give everything for
of Malaysia (BAM) and become pating in international tournaments sia Masters (Jan 22 to 27). 18-year-old was set to join Scot- you, proud to be Parisian.”
professionals. next year and to accumulate qualify- Meanwhile, two-time world jun- tish champions Celtic. Since making his international
Peng Soon said the move would ing points for Tokyo 2020 Olympics. ior champion Goh Jin Wei said her Weah has played only three debut in March, Weah has chalked
be a win-win for both parties. “Currently, Liu Ying and I are current focus was to qualify for To- times for PSG this season as big- up more appearances for the US
“I am leaving BAM due to my age still looking for sponsors, and the kyo 2020 and the Southeast Asian ger names such as Neymar, Ky- than for PSG, who have dominat-
factor, nothing else. But this will be more sponsors we have, we will be Games in the Philippines next year. lian Mbappe and Edinson Ca- ed French Ligue 1 this season with
a win-win situation for both of us able to participate in more tourna- “I will give full focus on the Sea vani have limited his first-team 15 wins in their first 17 matches.
and BAM,” he told reporters after ments and collect points to enable Games although I will be participat- chances. Weah, the son of former Liberia,
a meet-and-greet session with fans us to qualify for Tokyo 2020,” he ing in more senior-level champion- In a message posted in French PSG and AC Milan striker George
of the Ampang Jaya Badminton said, adding that they had already ships next year, however, qualifying on his Instagram page, Weah Weah who won the 1995 Ballon
Club at the Mid Valley Megamall secured an equipment sponsor for the Olympics cannot be over- thanked his PSG teammates, the D’Or, became the fourth-youngest
in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. as well as support from air-con- looked either,” she said. — Bernama coaching staff and supporters US men’s national team
for making him feel like part of player to score a goal
the family. when he netted in a
“These few months have 3-0 win over Bolivia in

Momota eyeing Tokyo 2020 gold been great even though I hav- May. — Reuters

AFP
KUALA LUMPUR: World No 1 shut- “Of course I want to win a gold in the ongoing 2018-19 SS Purple
tler Kento Momota is eyeing the medal. But honestly, it depends on the League, also hopes the league will
2020 Tokyo Olympics gold medal. 2019 results of the [Olympic] qualifiers. prepare him for 2019, especially
The 24-year-old Japanese, how- “If the results are good, definitely for the Tokyo 2020 qualifications.
ever, wants to focus on winning I have a good chance for a gold, if “This year I had great experience
more tournaments in 2019, to keep not, I am not sure,” he said through playing in many big tournaments
him at the helm of the Badminton a translator. as well as a chance to play in Purple
World Federation rankings. Momota told reporters after League. For 2019, I hope I can get good
Apart from that, the reigning the Ampang Jaya Badminton Club preparations for Olympics,” he said.
world champion is also aware of (AJBC) players’ meet-and-greet Momota missed the 2016 Rio
Japan’s No 2, Kenta Nishimoto, session organised by AEON Credit Olympics after he was slapped with
who is catching up fast after the Service at the Mid Valley Megamall one-year suspension by the Japan
latter climbed into world’s top 10 in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Badminton Association for illegal
early this month. Momota, who is playing for AJBC gambling. — Bernama

Solskjaer: Manchester United must relish Old Trafford


BY HA RD I K VYAS United still remain eight points United players, who appeared
behind fourth-placed Chelsea in shackled by the pragmatic ap-
BENGALURU: Manchester Unit- the table. proach under Mourinho, enjoyed
ed interim coach Ole Gunnar “I think the boys are looking for- greater creative freedom at Car-
Solskjaer expects his players to ward to playing at Old Trafford and diff as they netted five goals in
relish the opportunity of playing that’s important,” Solskjaer, who a league match for the first time
at Old Trafford after scoring five replaced the sacked Jose Mourinho since Alex Ferguson’s last game
goals in a Premier League match last week, told reporters. in charge in 2013.
for the first time in five years. “It’s not like they were outper- Solskjaer, who won six Premier
Solskjaer’s caretaker spell un- forming themselves [at Cardiff ]. League titles under Ferguson, said
til the end of the season got off We’ll evaluate, look at a few clips and it was critical his players respected
to an ideal start with a 5-1 win as I said earlier we can do better, we the club’s traditions by sticking to
at Cardiff City on Saturday but can understand each other better.” an attacking style of play. — Reuters
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BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE COUNTER CLOSING
(RM)
+/–
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(‘000)
VWAP*
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PE#
(X)
DY
(%)
MKT CAP
(MIL)
0.315 0.220 0.235 0.220 0186 PTRANS 0.230 -0.005 9731.7 0.227 8.39 4.13 322.2
Sectorial Movement 1.049 0.700 0.750
1.653 0.920 1.300
0.750
1.280
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7237
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PWROOT
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1.300
0.015
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30
119.3
0.750 10.93
1.300 39.76
4.00
4.54
130.5
522.9
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CONSUMER PRODUCTS & SERVICES 645.03 -4.42 -0.68
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FBM ACE 4,174.49 -52.10 -1.23
1.362 0.350 0.420 0.415 0183 SALUTE 0.420 -0.010 79.5 0.416 22.46 5.71 163.0
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0.370 0.295 0.305 0.295 5242 SOLID 0.305 0.010 60.1 0.295 54.46 0.66 119.6
FBM MIDS CAP SHARIAH 10,993.99 -110.37 -0.99
2.460 2.090 — — 7103 SPRITZER 2.100 — — — 15.28 2.62 441.0
2.588 1.920 1.920 1.920 9865 SUIWAH 1.920 UNCH 6.2 1.920 9.41 0.52 117.1
1.051 0.590 — — 7186 SWSCAP 0.690 — — — — — 125.8
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0.459 0.220 0.250 0.235 7200 TEKSENG 0.235 -0.015 44.1 0.240 — 8.51 81.8
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CONSUMER PRODUCTS & SERVICES 1.199 0.837 — — 9369 TGL 0.940 — — — 6.39 5.32 38.3
1.132 0.717 — — 0012 3A 0.795 — — — 11.85 2.52 391.1 0.768 0.475 — — 7230 TOMEI 0.510 — — — 15.00 1.96 70.7
0.450 0.205 0.235 0.225 5238 AAX 0.235 0.005 10712 0.232 — — 974.8 0.420 0.320 — — 7176 TPC 0.340 — — — — — 79.5
0.490 0.300 0.400 0.390 7120 ACOSTEC 0.400 UNCH 352.5 0.394 — — 77.8 6.926 4.200 5.450 5.360 4588 UMW 5.420 -0.140 435.8 5.410 12.28 0.92 6,332.2
2.606 1.426 1.540 1.500 6599 AEON 1.510 -0.040 1201 1.519 21.33 2.65 2,120.0 2.478 2.080 2.170 2.170 7757 UPA 2.170 -0.010 1 2.170 17.17 3.69 172.7
0.295 0.115 0.120 0.120 7315 AHB 0.120 UNCH 32 0.120 — — 21.1 1.130 0.750 0.835 0.780 7240 VERTICE 0.810 -0.025 71.1 0.798 — — 151.4
8.870 4.799 7.760 7.700 7090 AHEALTH 7.700 UNCH 10.5 7.739 16.53 1.69 905.1 2.404 0.995 1.020 0.995 7203 WANGZNG 1.000 -0.040 34.3 1.005 15.63 4.00 160.0
3.974 1.997 2.830 2.730 5099 AIRASIA 2.830 0.090 10824 2.784 3.38 8.48 9,457.8 2.339 1.961 — — 5016 WARISAN 2.060 — — — 20.70 1.94 138.4
24.942 17.740 19.000 18.300 2658 AJI 19.000 UNCH 32.9 18.67 19.73 2.45 1,155.2 0.210 0.105 0.125 0.115 5156 XDL 0.120 -0.005 9327 0.120 15.38 — 216.6
0.370 0.140 0.140 0.140 7051 AMTEK 0.140 -0.080 0.5 0.140 — — 7.0 0.625 0.430 0.450 0.430 7121 XIANLNG 0.450 -0.010 37.7 0.433 107.14 — 36.0
8.344 6.100 6.210 6.100 6351 AMWAY 6.100 -0.110 20.1 6.128 21.78 3.28 1,002.8 0.065 0.035 — — 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 — — — — — 26.7
0.035 0.005 0.020 0.020 5194 APFT 0.020 UNCH 1300 0.020 — — 26.8 2.307 1.800 — — 5584 YEELEE 1.880 — — — 8.86 2.39 360.2
4.377 3.550 3.550 3.550 6432 APOLLO 3.550 -0.070 0.6 3.550 24.70 5.63 284.0 1.284 0.950 0.980 0.970 5159 YOCB 0.980 -0.020 32.5 0.976 5.89 4.08 156.8
0.240 0.110 0.115 0.110 1481 ASB 0.110 UNCH 870.5 0.110 — 2.27 102.2 3.390 2.267 2.650 2.570 7178 YSPSAH 2.650 -0.010 2.3 2.580 12.72 2.64 366.5
0.776 0.355 0.375 0.375 7722 ASIABRN 0.375 -0.005 1 0.375 — — 87.2 2.023 1.200 1.220 1.200 5131 ZHULIAN 1.220 -0.010 105.5 1.202 11.69 6.15 561.2
2.848 2.380 — — 7129 ASIAFLE 2.550 — — — 9.24 5.88 496.6 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES
4.596 3.973 — — 7048 ATLAN 4.450 — — — 23.34 6.97 1,128.7 0.150 0.070 0.070 0.070 7086 ABLEGRP 0.070 UNCH 140 0.070 — — 18.5
0.425 0.200 0.240 0.225 8885 AVI 0.240 0.010 63.7 0.230 — — 206.1 0.700 0.350 — — 7191 ADVENTA 0.390 — — — 31.20 — 59.6
38.680 21.708 35.900 35.020 4162 BAT 35.560 -0.340 48.7 35.17 23.43 4.25 10,153.4 2.155 1.780 2.080 1.990 9148 ADVPKG 1.990 -0.010 15.9 2.016 24.84 4.52 40.8
2.380 1.800 2.170 2.130 5248 BAUTO 2.140 UNCH 958.4 2.141 11.19 5.07 2,488.7 0.185 0.110 — — 7146 AEM 0.115 — — — — — 34.4
0.070 0.030 0.035 0.035 7243 BIOOSMO 0.035 UNCH 94 0.035 — — 27.8 0.740 0.370 0.415 0.415 5198 AFUJIYA 0.415 -0.060 1 0.415 13.22 — 74.7
1.864 1.291 1.360 1.330 5196 BJFOOD 1.350 -0.010 107 1.352 150.00 2.96 515.5 0.420 0.220 0.250 0.220 2682 AISB 0.250 -0.005 54.7 0.233 30.12 — 36.1
0.380 0.180 0.205 0.200 4219 BJLAND 0.205 0.005 1255.3 0.203 — — 1,025.1 0.673 0.491 0.525 0.520 7609 AJIYA 0.525 UNCH 41.1 0.524 6.41 1.90 159.9
2.533 1.954 2.130 2.090 1562 BJTOTO 2.090 -0.040 810.7 2.104 11.69 7.66 2,823.7 0.250 0.160 0.165 0.160 9954 AKNIGHT 0.165 UNCH 824.2 0.161 — — 95.2
0.437 0.205 0.210 0.205 9288 BONIA 0.205 -0.005 87.3 0.207 11.78 6.10 165.3 1.080 0.420 0.450 0.440 2674 ALCOM 0.440 -0.015 15 0.447 19.30 — 59.1
0.505 0.160 — — 9474 BRAHIMS 0.185 — — — — — 43.7 1.414 1.006 1.100 1.100 7083 ANALABS 1.100 UNCH 10 1.100 13.87 0.45 132.1
1.020 0.495 0.515 0.495 7174 CAB 0.500 -0.025 259.2 0.501 10.57 1.00 323.1 0.682 0.366 0.470 0.455 4758 ANCOM 0.470 UNCH 168.5 0.459 4.74 — 113.2
1.279 0.556 1.050 1.020 7154 CAELY 1.050 UNCH 25 1.039 45.45 0.95 85.1 3.658 1.150 1.230 1.210 6556 ANNJOO 1.220 -0.030 177 1.220 3.70 15.57 683.1
0.415 0.220 0.230 0.230 7128 CAMRES 0.230 UNCH 77 0.230 16.67 — 45.3 0.105 0.035 0.045 0.040 9342 ANZO 0.045 0.005 1200.4 0.040 — — 39.6
2.129 1.403 — — 5245 CARING 1.650 — — — 18.52 3.03 359.2 0.927 0.800 — — 5568 APB 0.810 — — — — 3.70 91.4
20.612 14.243 19.600 19.300 2836 CARLSBG 19.600 UNCH 15.5 19.41 23.08 4.32 5,992.7 3.757 2.700 2.720 2.700 5015 APM 2.700 -0.100 4 2.710 15.44 5.00 544.3
2.300 1.440 1.500 1.440 2925 CCB 1.440 -0.060 31 1.469 177.78 — 145.1 0.919 0.660 0.700 0.695 7214 ARANK 0.695 -0.015 27 0.700 6.25 4.68 84.1
1.010 0.395 0.410 0.405 7035 CCK 0.410 -0.005 521 0.408 7.95 3.66 258.6 1.159 0.605 0.630 0.620 7162 ASTINO 0.630 0.005 108 0.627 5.97 1.59 172.7
1.463 0.925 0.980 0.925 7148 CCMDBIO 0.925 -0.060 452 0.940 13.33 4.40 612.2 2.000 1.340 — — 8176 ATAIMS 1.610 — — — 19.08 — 1,846.7
0.540 0.300 — — 7209 CHEETAH 0.320 — — — 88.89 1.25 40.8 1.064 0.585 0.620 0.620 7099 ATTA 0.620 -0.040 4 0.620 2.39 12.90 132.3
2.163 1.500 — — 2828 CIHLDG 1.640 — — — 10.41 6.10 265.7 0.470 0.074 0.340 0.280 7181 ATURMJU 0.280 -0.040 221.7 0.296 — — 18.8
0.145 0.060 0.065 0.060 5104 CNI 0.065 UNCH 4.8 0.060 216.67 — 46.8 0.954 0.596 0.670 0.650 7579 AWC 0.660 -0.015 164.7 0.659 7.86 0.76 189.7
0.145 0.035 — — 5188 CNOUHUA 0.035 — — — — — 23.4 0.438 0.313 0.340 0.325 5021 AYS 0.325 -0.005 129.4 0.328 5.05 7.69 123.6
2.541 1.830 1.900 1.860 7205 COCOLND 1.900 UNCH 10 1.880 13.86 3.16 434.7 2.146 1.182 1.300 1.290 8133 BHIC 1.300 UNCH 18 1.297 — 2.69 323.0
0.085 0.005 0.020 0.020 03016 CRG 0.020 UNCH 585 0.020 4.26 — 16.1 0.470 0.260 0.280 0.260 7005 BIG 0.260 -0.035 15.1 0.280 — — 12.5
1.610 1.070 1.080 1.070 7202 CSCENIC 1.080 UNCH 12.3 1.078 17.14 6.48 130.1 0.195 0.115 0.125 0.125 6998 BINTAI 0.125 UNCH 210 0.125 9.62 — 36.2
0.020 0.010 — — 5214 CSL 0.010 — — — — — 12.4 0.395 0.260 0.280 0.275 3395 BJCORP 0.280 0.005 9491.4 0.279 — — 1,378.6
0.540 0.420 0.480 0.420 9423 CWG 0.480 0.050 38.9 0.435 9.64 3.13 60.6 0.822 0.500 0.515 0.510 0168 BOILERM 0.515 UNCH 294.3 0.514 12.32 3.40 265.7
0.040 0.025 0.030 0.025 7179 DBE 0.030 UNCH 118.4 0.027 — — 80.3 0.100 0.040 0.045 0.040 7036 BORNOIL 0.045 0.005 4927 0.042 — — 240.3
1.090 0.897 — — 7119 DEGEM 1.050 — — — 13.04 0.95 140.7 1.340 0.865 — — 6297 BOXPAK 1.000 — — — — — 120.0
4.309 2.140 2.320 2.260 5908 DKSH 2.300 0.050 43.7 2.282 7.29 4.35 362.6 1.149 0.818 0.955 0.955 5100 BPPLAS 0.955 0.015 10 0.955 9.95 4.19 179.2
74.652 55.645 62.000 59.820 3026 DLADY 62.000 2.100 20.8 60.82 33.02 1.61 3,968.0 0.285 0.140 0.140 0.140 9938 BRIGHT 0.140 -0.010 138.4 0.140 — — 28.7
2.711 1.600 1.700 1.660 1619 DRBHCOM 1.700 -0.020 3265.3 1.697 — 1.76 3,286.5 0.780 0.280 — — 7221 BSLCORP 0.360 — — — — — 35.3
0.275 0.095 0.095 0.095 2097 EASTLND 0.095 UNCH 110 0.095 — — 23.3 2.800 1.340 1.390 1.370 2771 BSTEAD 1.370 -0.010 21.7 1.371 38.59 5.47 2,777.0
0.735 0.509 — — 5081 EIG 0.600 — — — 25.10 5.00 142.3 0.300 0.070 — — 7188 BTM 0.095 — — — — — 13.4
0.100 0.050 0.070 0.055 7182 EKA 0.070 0.010 65.2 0.062 — — 21.8 2.940 1.830 1.930 1.930 5105 CANONE 1.930 UNCH 7.6 1.930 7.24 2.07 370.9
0.265 0.150 — — 9091 EMICO 0.165 — — — — — 15.8 0.015 0.010 — — 5229 CAP 0.010 — — — — — 13.6
1.415 0.943 — — 7149 ENGKAH 1.020 — — — 45.13 2.94 72.2 1.858 0.960 0.985 0.980 7076 CBIP 0.985 0.005 25.5 0.983 11.22 5.08 530.2
0.365 0.125 0.145 0.140 7208 EURO 0.140 UNCH 60.2 0.140 — — 37.4 2.410 1.550 1.750 1.650 2879 CCM 1.750 0.070 143.2 1.657 29.66 4.00 293.5
0.750 0.550 — — 7094 EUROSP 0.550 — — — — — 24.4 1.600 1.160 — — 8435 CEPCO 1.160 — — — — — 51.9
40.000 25.646 33.000 32.000 3689 F&N 32.000 0.220 132.3 32.01 30.42 1.80 11,736.9 1.360 0.900 — — 8044 CFM 1.330 — — — — — 54.5
0.950 0.740 0.740 0.740 2755 FCW 0.740 UNCH 3 0.740 189.74 — 185.0 0.495 0.345 0.365 0.350 7187 CHGP 0.360 -0.005 53 0.353 18.18 — 107.0
0.570 0.430 — — 6939 FIAMMA 0.465 — — — 7.22 3.76 246.5 1.218 0.630 0.770 0.735 5273 CHINHIN 0.740 -0.040 2.1 0.754 17.62 4.73 411.7
0.574 0.285 0.320 0.320 8605 FIHB 0.320 0.010 28.5 0.320 6.91 2.44 34.9 2.000 1.446 1.590 1.550 5007 CHINWEL 1.560 -0.040 166.6 1.565 7.71 5.13 467.3
1.931 1.150 1.610 1.560 9172 FPI 1.600 0.010 494.3 1.586 10.13 5.00 395.8 2.183 1.410 1.470 1.470 5797 CHOOBEE 1.470 -0.030 2.6 1.470 4.40 3.40 193.6
0.950 0.600 — — 7184 G3 0.800 — — — — — 330.0 0.493 0.295 0.320 0.320 7016 CHUAN 0.320 0.010 1 0.320 — 3.44 54.0
3.070 1.308 2.740 2.680 5102 GCB 2.720 -0.040 285.1 2.695 8.18 1.10 1,306.0 0.880 0.465 — — 8052 CICB 0.470 — — — 26.70 2.06 42.3
0.580 0.400 0.480 0.475 5592 GCE 0.480 UNCH 34 0.479 — 4.17 94.6 0.060 0.035 0.035 0.035 7018 CME 0.035 UNCH 40 0.035 — — 20.4
5.605 2.760 3.020 2.920 4715 GENM 2.950 -0.080 18411.3 2.959 — 3.73 17,517.2 4.334 1.740 2.900 2.770 2852 CMSB 2.830 0.030 513.5 2.824 11.15 2.83 3,040.5
9.569 5.910 6.170 6.020 3182 GENTING 6.020 -0.210 3298.4 6.064 25.29 2.41 23,338.9 0.900 0.410 — — 7986 CNASIA 0.430 — — — 12.15 — 19.5
0.260 0.100 — — 5079 GETS 0.145 — — — — — 18.3 1.450 0.800 0.830 0.800 5071 COASTAL 0.800 -0.045 185.2 0.815 — 2.50 425.3
0.230 0.105 0.115 0.115 0136 GREENYB 0.115 UNCH 30.1 0.115 — 2.61 38.4 0.337 0.090 0.100 0.100 7195 COMCORP 0.100 UNCH 30 0.100 — — 14.0
5.237 2.480 2.560 2.530 7668 HAIO 2.560 UNCH 137.8 2.545 12.92 7.81 768.8 1.209 0.684 0.870 0.835 2127 COMFORT 0.870 0.005 486.2 0.849 20.91 1.15 488.9
3.897 3.400 3.500 3.500 5008 HARISON 3.500 UNCH 1 3.500 11.40 5.71 239.7 0.045 0.020 0.025 0.020 5037 COMPUGT 0.025 UNCH 7310.7 0.025 — — 58.7
0.370 0.050 0.060 0.060 5187 HBGLOB 0.060 UNCH 100 0.060 2.05 — 28.1 1.550 0.975 1.000 1.000 5094 CSCSTEL 1.000 -0.010 45.4 1.000 9.51 10.00 380.0
23.548 17.420 20.360 19.800 3255 HEIM 20.360 0.480 38.6 20.11 22.27 4.42 6,150.7 0.667 0.470 0.470 0.470 7157 CYL 0.470 -0.010 17 0.470 — 8.51 47.0
12.115 8.450 8.850 8.640 3301 HLIND 8.670 -0.200 117.6 8.679 8.37 4.27 2,842.9 0.410 0.295 0.350 0.350 5082 CYMAO 0.350 -0.005 10 0.350 — — 26.3
0.873 0.592 0.665 0.650 5160 HOMERIZ 0.650 -0.010 63.5 0.662 9.25 6.46 195.0 1.780 1.333 1.530 1.500 5184 CYPARK 1.530 0.010 357.4 1.513 8.75 2.44 700.8
0.385 0.300 0.380 0.375 7213 HOVID 0.375 -0.005 1051.4 0.380 32.89 — 309.8 2.373 1.620 1.660 1.620 8125 DAIBOCI 1.660 -0.020 34.3 1.630 21.99 2.50 544.3
1.154 0.940 0.945 0.940 5024 HUPSENG 0.945 UNCH 150.8 0.941 16.94 6.35 756.0 0.585 0.320 0.425 0.410 5276 DANCO 0.420 -0.020 218.2 0.418 9.55 3.57 125.2
0.455 0.280 — — 8478 HWATAI 0.305 — — — — — 22.8 0.670 0.120 0.165 0.155 7212 DESTINI 0.165 UNCH 6949.1 0.160 36.67 — 190.6
2.070 1.089 — — 5107 IQGROUP 1.180 — — — — 8.47 103.9 0.755 0.270 0.335 0.330 7114 DNONCE 0.330 -0.015 32 0.335 23.57 — 79.8
0.080 0.030 0.030 0.030 7223 JADI 0.030 UNCH 142 0.030 — — 28.3 0.295 0.100 — — 5835 DOLMITE 0.100 — — — — — 28.5
1.371 0.709 0.820 0.820 7152 JAYCORP 0.820 -0.025 0.2 0.820 10.30 6.10 112.5 0.190 0.085 0.090 0.090 5265 DOLPHIN 0.090 -0.005 225 0.090 — — 22.0
0.523 0.335 — — 8931 JERASIA 0.345 — — — 3.68 2.90 28.3 1.369 1.156 1.280 1.270 7169 DOMINAN 1.270 -0.020 18 1.270 6.56 5.51 209.9
1.364 0.823 0.950 0.920 7167 JOHOTIN 0.950 -0.010 250.8 0.930 12.27 4.21 294.9 2.713 0.598 2.070 1.980 7233 DUFU 2.000 -0.080 1327.6 2.012 11.34 2.34 526.4
0.400 0.280 — — 8672 KAMDAR 0.290 — — — — — 57.4 2.816 1.818 2.620 2.580 1368 EDGENTA 2.620 0.010 54 2.600 16.32 4.20 2,178.9
1.318 0.430 0.485 0.465 5247 KAREX 0.480 -0.005 422.7 0.475 60.00 1.04 481.1 0.355 0.170 0.175 0.175 0064 EFFICEN 0.175 UNCH 13 0.175 — — 124.1
3.044 1.810 1.900 1.850 7216 KAWAN 1.890 -0.020 17.5 1.883 29.49 2.07 679.5 0.710 0.430 0.475 0.460 8907 EG 0.475 0.005 1235 0.467 7.65 — 128.2
0.185 0.080 0.110 0.110 8303 KFM 0.110 UNCH 30 0.110 — — 7.5 1.696 1.095 1.380 1.370 5208 EITA 1.370 0.020 20 1.375 8.87 3.65 178.1
0.739 0.540 0.580 0.570 6203 KHEESAN 0.580 -0.005 202.7 0.575 15.03 2.59 60.3 0.990 0.634 0.725 0.700 9016 EKSONS 0.725 0.015 32 0.709 — 6.90 119.1
2.139 1.400 — — 7062 KHIND 1.700 — — — 29.31 0.59 68.1 0.815 0.370 0.420 0.420 7217 EMETALL 0.420 -0.010 0.7 0.420 10.07 5.95 79.1
1.868 1.573 1.670 1.650 0002 KOTRA 1.650 UNCH 11.3 1.657 11.48 3.03 237.1 1.230 0.805 — — 5056 ENGTEX 0.865 — — — 12.22 1.73 383.5
0.790 0.350 — — 7130 KPOWER 0.380 — — — — — 28.9 0.510 0.380 — — 7773 EPMB 0.415 — — — — — 68.9
0.145 0.070 0.090 0.080 5172 KSTAR 0.090 UNCH 52.2 0.080 — — 34.3 0.686 0.335 0.360 0.345 5101 EVERGRN 0.350 -0.015 576.7 0.351 7.97 3.94 296.2
0.160 0.055 0.055 0.055 4847 KTB 0.055 -0.005 100 0.055 — — 22.2 1.690 1.050 1.100 1.100 2984 FACBIND 1.100 -0.020 3 1.100 54.73 3.64 93.7
0.925 0.450 0.500 0.460 1643 LANDMRK 0.500 0.040 19.5 0.464 — — 264.4 2.685 2.200 2.280 2.240 7229 FAVCO 2.240 -0.040 6.5 2.250 9.26 6.03 495.9
4.332 2.953 3.890 3.880 7006 LATITUD 3.890 0.090 3 3.885 38.51 1.54 378.1 0.629 0.403 0.515 0.515 0149 FIBON 0.515 -0.010 4 0.515 21.46 1.46 50.5
1.000 0.325 0.390 0.375 9385 LAYHONG 0.385 UNCH 1710.7 0.382 20.05 1.30 254.2 1.998 1.703 1.760 1.760 3107 FIMACOR 1.760 UNCH 6.6 1.760 8.38 7.10 431.7
1.090 0.341 0.840 0.830 8079 LEESK 0.835 -0.025 91.4 0.837 13.49 1.80 140.1 0.465 0.365 0.400 0.390 9318 FITTERS 0.400 0.005 1069.8 0.394 19.51 — 192.2
3.460 2.135 2.630 2.610 7089 LIIHEN 2.630 -0.060 68.9 2.623 9.54 4.75 473.4 1.700 0.914 1.490 1.470 5197 FLBHD 1.490 -0.020 169.4 1.482 6.94 — 157.2
0.690 0.460 0.625 0.605 7126 LONBISC 0.615 -0.005 4316.5 0.618 8.41 — 126.2 0.503 0.177 0.210 0.205 5277 FPGROUP 0.210 -0.005 553.5 0.207 14.29 4.76 108.9
1.200 0.780 0.920 0.920 7085 LTKM 0.920 -0.040 3.5 0.920 14.86 2.17 119.7 1.720 0.605 0.640 0.620 7197 GESHEN 0.640 -0.010 51.5 0.630 10.26 — 51.2
5.456 3.833 4.020 4.000 7087 MAGNI 4.020 -0.030 29.8 4.008 6.78 3.48 654.2 1.300 0.420 0.575 0.545 5220 GLOTEC 0.575 -0.015 613.8 0.566 — — 154.7
2.257 1.597 1.910 1.890 3859 MAGNUM 1.890 -0.030 276.8 1.895 31.61 5.82 2,717.3 0.330 0.170 0.195 0.185 7192 GOODWAY 0.190 -0.005 280.5 0.187 8.05 — 21.0
0.145 0.115 0.120 0.120 3514 MARCO 0.120 UNCH 308.1 0.120 9.76 4.17 126.5 0.110 0.080 0.085 0.085 7096 GPA 0.085 UNCH 30 0.085 425.00 — 83.3
0.050 0.005 — — 5189 MAXWELL 0.010 — — — — — 4.0 0.325 0.170 0.180 0.180 5649 GPHAROS 0.180 -0.005 16.5 0.180 4.66 — 24.4
1.070 0.800 — — 5886 MBG 0.880 — — — 72.13 3.41 53.5 0.745 0.420 0.440 0.420 3247 GUH 0.420 -0.045 9.3 0.430 — — 116.7
2.644 1.860 2.150 2.060 5983 MBMR 2.100 0.040 181.1 2.107 — 2.14 820.9 1.180 0.670 0.750 0.750 5151 HALEX 0.750 0.040 65.5 0.750 — — 79.5
0.565 0.185 — — 7234 MESB 0.215 — — — — — 17.6 9.995 8.394 9.900 9.830 3034 HAPSENG 9.860 UNCH 1082 9.872 21.66 3.55 24,548.3
0.230 0.185 — — 03015 MFGROUP 0.230 — — — 15.44 — 73.6 7.383 5.629 6.240 6.150 5168 HARTA 6.220 -0.040 2314.4 6.213 43.47 1.35 20,703.0
1.822 0.452 0.535 0.510 3662 MFLOUR 0.520 -0.015 593 0.519 57.78 10.12 400.6 19.158 4.520 4.630 4.560 4324 HENGYUAN 4.580 -0.070 152.4 4.578 5.85 0.44 1,374.0
0.860 0.600 — — 7935 MILUX 0.715 — — — — — 38.9 1.139 0.525 0.605 0.600 5095 HEVEA 0.605 -0.010 163.2 0.601 13.01 9.92 339.2
0.270 0.045 0.050 0.050 5166 MINDA 0.050 -0.010 790 0.050 — — 62.0 0.806 0.609 0.670 0.650 3298 HEXZA 0.650 -0.020 91 0.665 17.06 7.69 130.2
4.300 2.580 2.580 2.580 5202 MSM 2.580 UNCH 1 2.580 30.68 — 1,813.7 0.530 0.220 0.245 0.240 5072 HIAPTEK 0.245 -0.005 1307 0.243 14.50 2.04 329.3
0.040 0.010 0.015 0.015 5150 MSPORTS 0.015 UNCH 1000 0.015 — — 9.1 1.360 0.705 0.790 0.760 5199 HIBISCS 0.775 -0.025 34785.6 0.772 4.19 — 1,230.9
0.250 0.145 0.160 0.160 3891 MUIIND 0.160 UNCH 1452.3 0.160 — — 469.2 1.680 1.097 1.200 1.200 7033 HIGHTEC 1.200 UNCH 4 1.200 6.67 2.92 48.7
2.297 1.642 1.710 1.690 3905 MULPHA 1.690 -0.030 20.8 1.701 1.92 — 540.2 0.878 0.495 0.515 0.495 8443 HIL 0.495 -0.030 254.1 0.499 11.90 3.54 165.3
1.788 1.252 — — 5275 MYNEWS 1.450 — — — 37.37 0.69 989.1 0.620 0.335 0.420 0.420 5165 HOKHENG 0.420 0.010 23 0.420 100.00 — 33.6
159.79 97.54 146.00 144.50 4707 NESTLE 145.500 -0.500 41.1 145.07 51.03 — 34,119.8 1.910 0.445 0.840 0.830 0185 HSSEB 0.835 0.005 439.2 0.830 14.83 0.92 414.0
3.254 2.550 2.670 2.660 7060 NHFATT 2.670 -0.010 2.1 2.665 13.23 3.85 220.7 0.665 0.130 0.155 0.130 2739 HUAAN 0.150 0.010 13852 0.143 4.16 — 168.3
0.075 0.035 0.040 0.040 7139 NICE 0.040 UNCH 100.1 0.040 8.16 — 79.9 2.180 0.490 0.510 0.500 5000 HUMEIND 0.510 UNCH 13.3 0.508 — 3.92 244.3
0.320 0.150 0.245 0.235 7215 NIHSIN 0.240 -0.005 1498.2 0.239 14.46 — 77.2 0.130 0.090 0.100 0.095 9601 HWGB 0.100 UNCH 209.7 0.095 — — 32.5
0.642 0.472 0.500 0.500 5066 NTPM 0.500 UNCH 25.1 0.500 26.18 4.80 561.6 2.350 1.720 — — 7222 IMASPRO 2.190 — — — 27.83 1.60 175.2
0.700 0.350 — — 5533 OCB 0.480 — — — — — 49.4 0.905 0.430 0.490 0.430 5673 IPMUDA 0.490 -0.010 15 0.460 — — 35.5
0.726 0.422 — — 0049 OCNCASH 0.555 — — — 14.84 1.80 123.8 0.290 0.100 — — 7183 IRETEX 0.125 — — — — — 18.2
1.352 0.635 0.695 0.670 7107 OFI 0.695 UNCH 2.6 0.684 17.73 3.60 166.8 0.150 0.110 — — 8648 JASKITA 0.115 — — — — — 51.7
0.150 0.090 0.095 0.090 3018 OLYMPIA 0.090 -0.005 1317.7 0.090 5.39 — 92.1 1.746 1.340 1.340 1.340 0058 JCBNEXT 1.340 -0.160 0.4 1.340 20.15 3.36 184.6
6.318 5.742 6.180 6.100 4006 ORIENT 6.130 -0.050 16.1 6.147 7.51 3.26 3,803.0 0.290 0.165 — — 9083 JETSON 0.195 — — — — — 40.9
1.398 0.460 0.520 0.500 5260 OWG 0.510 -0.010 235.4 0.506 18.89 — 141.3 1.080 0.950 1.020 1.020 7043 JMR 1.020 0.070 5 1.020 — — 129.3
6.119 3.150 3.480 3.350 7052 PADINI 3.450 -0.030 587.4 3.412 13.76 2.90 2,269.8 0.250 0.125 0.125 0.125 0054 KARYON 0.125 -0.005 23.1 0.125 6.28 2.40 59.5
39.301 30.953 37.680 37.400 3719 PANAMY 37.680 -0.080 4.8 37.57 18.08 3.93 2,288.9 0.598 0.441 — — 7199 KEINHIN 0.530 — — — 36.81 1.89 57.7
0.466 0.310 — — 5022 PAOS 0.340 — — — 75.56 2.35 61.6 1.667 1.364 1.500 1.500 6491 KFIMA 1.500 UNCH 25.6 1.500 7.21 6.00 423.3
0.450 0.250 — — 9407 PARAGON 0.250 — — — — — 17.5 1.268 0.584 0.955 0.900 0151 KGB 0.945 -0.005 944.3 0.926 13.00 1.06 252.2
0.650 0.235 0.245 0.240 5657 PARKSON 0.240 -0.010 279.1 0.240 — — 262.5 0.460 0.200 0.220 0.220 6211 KIALIM 0.220 -0.010 15 0.220 — — 13.6
0.375 0.185 0.190 0.185 6068 PCCS 0.185 -0.005 55 0.186 4.30 5.41 38.9 2.958 2.000 2.600 2.560 3522 KIANJOO 2.600 0.030 60.1 2.578 17.50 1.54 1,154.8
0.880 0.290 0.330 0.310 5231 PELIKAN 0.310 UNCH 20.7 0.311 32.29 — 171.5 1.606 1.090 1.260 1.260 5371 KIMHIN 1.260 0.010 5 1.260 — 3.97 196.1
0.675 0.350 — — 9997 PENSONI 0.530 — — — — 3.77 68.7 0.025 0.005 — — 5060 KINSTEL 0.005 — — — — — 5.2
0.450 0.195 0.360 0.340 7080 PERMAJU 0.350 0.005 17650 0.353 — — 68.6 1.028 0.780 0.845 0.825 9466 KKB 0.840 -0.060 16 0.835 14.12 2.38 216.5
28.181 22.720 26.440 25.880 5681 PETDAG 26.200 -0.300 132.6 26.20 24.07 3.51 26,028.5 0.300 0.070 0.075 0.070 7164 KNM 0.075 -0.005 5141 0.074 — — 177.7
0.185 0.140 0.145 0.145 4081 PMCORP 0.145 UNCH 146.7 0.145 53.70 — 112.1 0.950 0.440 — — 5035 KNUSFOR 0.500 — — — — — 49.8
0.210 0.085 0.095 0.090 1287 PMHLDG 0.095 0.005 1951.1 0.090 — — 88.2 1.700 0.810 1.230 1.200 6971 KOBAY 1.220 -0.030 27 1.228 8.22 — 124.6
0.658 0.440 0.475 0.450 5080 POHKONG 0.470 -0.005 29.7 0.464 9.11 2.13 192.9 0.245 0.125 0.130 0.125 7017 KOMARK 0.125 -0.005 371.9 0.125 — — 20.6
1.729 1.093 1.480 1.460 7088 POHUAT 1.470 UNCH 56.1 1.469 6.85 4.76 342.9 4.720 3.165 4.300 4.260 7153 KOSSAN 4.300 -0.030 1292.7 4.299 29.51 1.28 5,499.4
18.900 16.860 17.180 16.860 4065 PPB 17.060 0.060 754.6 17.04 19.74 1.54 24,269.5 0.880 0.470 0.475 0.470 9121 KPSCB 0.470 -0.010 55.1 0.470 5.02 — 69.5
0.528 0.350 — — 7190 PPG 0.350 — — — 71.43 5.71 35.0 4.860 3.665 4.160 4.100 3476 KSENG 4.120 -0.040 34 4.127 39.65 2.43 1,489.3
1.000 0.700 0.745 0.725 7168 PRG 0.745 -0.005 50.5 0.741 — — 231.4 0.724 0.300 0.300 0.300 5192 KSSC 0.300 -0.010 18.2 0.300 7.44 6.67 28.8
0.889 0.500 0.560 0.500 8966 PRLEXUS 0.550 UNCH 28 0.542 13.99 2.73 99.2 0.527 0.225 0.240 0.235 6874 KUB 0.235 -0.005 243 0.236 6.95 6.38 130.8
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
0.560 0.250 — — 8362 KYM 0.315 — — — — — 47.2 4.720 3.165 4.300 4.260 7153 KOSSAN 4.300 -0.030 1292.7 4.299 29.51 1.28 5,499.4 1
6.300 1.800 1.830 1.810 3794 LAFMSIA 1.810 -0.020 51.2 1.816 — — 1,537.9 1.868 1.573 1.670 1.650 0002 KOTRA 1.650 UNCH 11.3 1.657 11.48 3.03 237.1 3
0.687 0.440 0.490 0.450 9326 LBALUM 0.450 0.005 79.5 0.453 17.72 2.22 111.8 1.170 0.840 1.040 1.020 5878 KPJ 1.030 UNCH 2954.7 1.027 23.57 1.94 4,528.1 1
6.192 4.180 4.610 4.550 5284 LCTITAN 4.600 -0.020 601.4 4.595 9.06 5.00 10,615.8 4.393 2.645 2.880 2.780 7081 PHARMA 2.800 0.030 18.7 2.839 12.16 7.14 729.4 PLAN
0.962 0.400 0.495 0.475 5232 LEONFB 0.475 -0.025 41.4 0.490 2.87 3.16 147.3 4.584 1.892 3.590 3.400 7106 SUPERMX 3.530 -0.070 3124.5 3.493 20.28 2.27 2,400.9 0
0.365 0.100 0.110 0.105 8745 LEWEKO 0.105 -0.005 201.2 0.105 — — 33.8 0.870 0.695 0.730 0.720 0101 TMCLIFE 0.730 UNCH 125.1 0.722 45.63 0.23 1,267.6 19
0.245 0.085 — — 7170 LFECORP 0.100 — — — — — 18.6 6.360 5.310 5.680 5.560 7113 TOPGLOV 5.650 -0.050 3896.6 5.618 33.02 1.50 14,467.3 8
0.785 0.410 — — 8486 LIONFIB 0.415 — — — 9.98 — 96.1 0.330 0.230 0.330 0.320 0301 TOPVISN 0.330 0.020 10 0.325 39.76 — 84.3 1
1.520 0.450 0.510 0.495 4235 LIONIND 0.510 -0.010 1252.8 0.502 2.12 — 366.1 3.390 2.267 2.650 2.570 7178 YSPSAH 2.650 -0.010 2.3 2.580 12.72 2.64 366.5 0
0.570 0.250 — — 9881 LSTEEL 0.270 — — — 4.02 — 34.6 FINANCIAL SERVICES 7
0.115 0.075 0.075 0.075 5068 LUSTER 0.075 UNCH 1970 0.075 17.86 — 148.2 4.319 3.678 4.050 4.000 2488 ABMB 4.040 -0.010 214.2 4.027 12.22 3.79 6,254.3 0
0.793 0.500 0.515 0.505 5143 LUXCHEM 0.505 UNCH 107 0.506 11.15 4.95 436.0 16.300 11.741 14.960 14.660 5139 AEONCR 14.920 -0.060 84.3 14.81 10.08 2.83 3,741.5 3
4.561 2.250 — — 9199 LYSAGHT 2.580 — — — 10.85 2.71 107.3 2.642 2.153 2.260 2.220 5185 AFFIN 2.260 UNCH 295.8 2.260 8.15 2.21 4,391.1 2
1.381 0.340 0.380 0.365 5098 MASTEEL 0.375 -0.010 367.7 0.370 3.87 2.40 160.2 14.700 10.440 12.500 12.380 1163 ALLIANZ 12.400 -0.120 110.7 12.42 5.98 0.97 2,190.9 10
0.730 0.531 0.575 0.575 7029 MASTER 0.575 UNCH 19 0.575 6.14 3.48 31.4 4.725 3.278 4.300 4.190 1015 AMBANK 4.270 0.030 1039.9 4.225 10.99 3.51 12,870.6 0
1.373 0.905 1.000 0.960 5152 MBL 0.995 -0.005 13.2 0.995 9.10 1.01 102.2 1.620 0.900 — — 5088 APEX 0.920 — — — 22.17 — 196.5 1
0.830 0.470 0.500 0.485 7004 MCEHLDG 0.485 -0.010 46 0.495 — — 21.5 4.420 3.400 3.700 3.640 5258 BIMB 3.680 0.040 457.8 3.679 9.20 4.21 6,232.3 0
0.280 0.090 0.100 0.090 3778 MELEWAR 0.100 -0.010 40 0.099 — — 35.9 7.971 6.720 6.800 6.740 1818 BURSA 6.780 UNCH 217.9 6.769 24.05 3.88 5,474.7 2
0.715 0.450 — — 5223 MENTIGA 0.460 — — — 7.32 — 32.2 7.206 5.101 5.760 5.610 1023 CIMB 5.720 0.040 4086.4 5.662 9.60 4.37 54,708.7 2
1.750 1.545 — — 6149 METROD 1.600 — — — 18.78 3.75 192.0 0.400 0.240 — — 2143 ECM 0.250 — — — 43.86 — 120.0 0
0.813 0.245 0.270 0.250 5001 MIECO 0.250 -0.015 230.3 0.255 — 4.00 131.3 1.330 1.150 1.230 1.220 5228 ELKDESA 1.230 UNCH 30.1 1.226 11.21 5.69 380.0 1
0.140 0.045 0.055 0.045 7219 MINETEC 0.050 UNCH 593.5 0.047 — — 45.2 20.980 16.202 20.280 20.020 5819 HLBANK 20.200 -0.080 530.7 20.18 15.27 2.38 43,787.9 4
0.424 0.244 0.270 0.255 5576 MINHO 0.270 -0.005 209.2 0.262 7.65 1.78 91.9 10.100 7.327 — — 5274 HLCAP 9.600 — — — 30.64 1.98 2,370.2 1
0.956 0.667 0.710 0.705 5916 MSC 0.705 -0.015 107 0.706 51.09 1.42 282.0 19.952 16.979 18.720 18.340 1082 HLFG 18.640 0.020 349.4 18.53 10.89 2.15 21,389.7 25
0.180 0.060 0.085 0.075 0043 MTRONIC 0.085 UNCH 289.8 0.082 — — 27.3 0.990 0.645 0.665 0.645 3379 INSAS 0.650 -0.025 184.2 0.652 5.54 3.08 450.7 4
2.884 1.115 1.810 1.770 3883 MUDA 1.800 -0.040 780 1.785 6.22 1.94 549.1 0.400 0.070 0.080 0.075 3441 JOHAN 0.080 0.005 46 0.076 — — 49.8 1
0.590 0.240 0.245 0.240 5087 MYCRON 0.245 -0.010 27.9 0.244 5.92 — 69.5 0.780 0.519 0.600 0.590 6483 KENANGA 0.600 UNCH 138.2 0.597 11.72 5.00 433.6 0
0.640 0.330 0.465 0.430 7241 NGGB 0.460 0.015 1118.4 0.448 127.78 — 210.8 2.819 1.351 1.690 1.660 2186 KUCHAI 1.690 -0.030 58 1.668 4.63 0.59 209.1 1
0.355 0.070 0.070 0.070 5025 NWP 0.070 UNCH 245 0.070 — — 27.5 17.233 15.640 15.700 15.640 8621 LPI 15.660 -0.120 36.9 15.66 19.93 4.05 6,238.7 1
0.879 0.563 0.610 0.600 4944 NYLEX 0.605 0.010 26 0.604 5.58 3.31 117.6 0.773 0.400 0.470 0.450 1198 MAA 0.450 -0.035 125.9 0.461 — 13.33 123.1 0
1.098 0.565 0.590 0.585 7140 OKA 0.590 -0.005 3.1 0.585 7.47 6.22 144.8 3.314 2.300 — — 1058 MANULFE 2.300 — — — 17.90 3.48 465.5 2
1.738 0.900 — — 5065 ORNA 0.950 — — — 6.16 5.26 71.5 10.451 8.458 9.350 9.220 1155 MAYBANK 9.350 0.090 2528.7 9.262 12.80 6.10 103,314 3
0.130 0.045 0.055 0.045 7225 PA 0.055 UNCH 18965 0.050 — — 102.9 1.254 0.890 0.920 0.915 1171 MBSB 0.915 -0.015 1364.1 0.917 8.50 5.46 5,846.0 0
1.219 0.364 0.800 0.795 8419 PANSAR 0.800 -0.005 1316.1 0.800 30.30 1.88 246.4 2.062 0.845 0.885 0.875 6459 MNRB 0.885 UNCH 148.8 0.880 3.03 — 678.8 1
0.692 0.415 0.430 0.425 5125 PANTECH 0.425 -0.005 144.4 0.426 6.80 4.71 317.8 1.850 1.010 1.050 1.010 5237 MPHBCAP 1.050 UNCH 108.5 1.033 12.85 — 750.8 0
10.200 7.303 9.230 9.080 5183 PCHEM 9.190 -0.040 4750.2 9.199 15.69 3.16 73,520.0 1.105 0.990 — — 6009 P&O 1.000 — — — — 5.20 286.9 3
1.562 0.669 0.715 0.690 5271 PECCA 0.710 -0.010 205.9 0.695 12.01 7.04 133.5 26.160 19.960 24.800 24.500 1295 PBBANK 24.760 -0.020 1612.2 24.72 16.89 2.67 96,121.7 3
5.292 3.233 4.600 4.580 5436 PERSTIM 4.590 -0.110 18 4.596 11.52 6.54 455.8 1.636 1.008 1.460 1.440 9296 RCECAP 1.460 UNCH 31 1.454 5.38 5.48 524.9 0
2.070 0.950 0.985 0.970 5219 PESTECH 0.975 -0.025 150.7 0.978 13.12 — 745.2 5.795 4.768 5.300 5.220 1066 RHBBANK 5.300 0.040 993.3 5.292 9.68 3.30 21,253.2 5
20.000 15.928 19.060 18.620 6033 PETGAS 18.780 -0.400 326.8 18.83 18.78 3.67 37,160.6 0.695 0.461 0.630 0.625 4898 TA 0.630 UNCH 216.8 0.628 0.66 6.51 1,078.5 4
14.620 6.010 6.200 6.150 3042 PETRONM 6.150 -0.140 47.1 6.170 4.75 4.07 1,660.5 3.935 3.050 3.800 3.710 6139 TAKAFUL 3.800 -0.010 89.5 3.785 12.02 3.95 3,132.0 1
1.500 1.000 1.150 1.150 3611 PGLOBE 1.150 0.070 3 1.150 — — 214.7 1.097 0.525 0.545 0.530 5230 TUNEPRO 0.545 UNCH 792.3 0.536 8.69 5.50 409.7 3
0.218 0.090 0.105 0.095 7201 PICORP 0.100 0.005 278.4 0.103 43.48 1.50 65.8 PROPERTY 0
1.941 1.186 1.440 1.410 7095 PIE 1.430 -0.020 166.4 1.420 11.90 1.68 549.2 0.380 0.240 — — 7131 ACME 0.290 — — — 15.43 — 69.2 1
0.280 0.100 0.150 0.150 7163 PJBUMI 0.150 UNCH 7 0.150 — — 12.3 0.757 0.490 0.520 0.490 1007 AMPROP 0.510 UNCH 33.9 0.508 2.53 7.84 310.8 1
4.280 3.200 3.610 3.550 7172 PMBTECH 3.550 -0.100 74 3.565 55.73 0.70 573.7 0.396 0.220 0.260 0.240 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.260 0.020 0.2 0.250 — 7.69 75.0 6
5.734 3.753 4.780 4.670 8869 PMETAL 4.670 -0.130 576.8 4.699 29.28 1.39 18,449.4 1.420 0.900 — — 5959 AMVERTON 0.900 — — — 9.81 — 328.6 28
0.550 0.460 0.550 0.515 6637 PNEPCB 0.550 0.055 20.2 0.515 189.66 — 72.3 0.650 0.280 — — 7007 ARK 0.365 — — — — — 17.8 TELEC
0.620 0.260 0.305 0.305 8117 POLY 0.305 UNCH 1 0.305 11.21 — 48.8 0.175 0.110 0.120 0.110 4057 ASIAPAC 0.120 UNCH 881.7 0.114 4.72 — 124.5 0
0.770 0.390 0.490 0.475 8273 PPHB 0.490 0.005 29.9 0.482 5.16 — 92.4 6.741 4.480 — — 2305 AYER 4.600 — — — 25.19 1.09 344.3 0
1.151 0.505 — — 9873 PRESTAR 0.520 — — — 5.05 9.62 106.5 0.500 0.270 0.310 0.270 6602 BCB 0.310 0.025 91 0.298 4.21 — 127.9 2
0.113 0.035 0.060 0.055 7123 PWORTH 0.055 -0.005 11776 0.055 0.09 — 225.2 0.630 0.285 — — 6173 BDB 0.320 — — — — — 97.2 5
1.150 0.705 — — 7544 QUALITY 0.755 — — — — — 43.8 0.430 0.180 — — 9814 BERTAM 0.245 — — — — — 50.7 0
0.580 0.220 — — 7498 RALCO 0.230 — — — — — 10.6 0.539 0.245 0.290 0.280 3239 BJASSET 0.290 0.005 967 0.284 — — 741.9 4
0.520 0.210 0.260 0.240 5256 REACH 0.260 0.005 7176 0.250 — — 285.1 1.540 0.963 1.150 1.110 5738 CHHB 1.150 UNCH 388.5 1.137 2.65 — 317.1 0
0.420 0.260 0.265 0.260 7232 RESINTC 0.265 0.005 62 0.260 23.25 — 36.4 1.432 1.190 1.200 1.200 6718 CRESNDO 1.200 -0.050 5 1.200 12.46 5.00 336.6 0
1.554 0.720 0.750 0.750 9741 ROHAS 0.750 -0.010 10 0.750 14.59 2.67 354.5 1.619 1.108 1.370 1.360 5049 CVIEW 1.360 0.010 20 1.365 4.85 3.68 136.0 5
0.733 0.445 0.450 0.445 7803 RUBEREX 0.450 -0.005 51.8 0.447 8.08 3.89 113.5 3.020 1.950 3.010 2.990 5355 DAIMAN 3.010 0.010 157.3 3.000 18.40 1.66 638.7 0
4.424 3.590 — — 5134 SAB 3.600 — — — 14.27 1.39 493.0 0.58 0.225 0.235 0.225 3484 DBHD 0.225 -0.015 98 0.228 3.92 — 71.6 0
8.480 5.708 7.430 7.210 9822 SAM 7.250 -0.160 15.9 7.311 13.17 1.93 980.0 0.100 0.050 0.060 0.055 7198 DPS 0.060 UNCH 40.1 0.055 — — 35.3 0
1.230 0.655 0.680 0.655 5147 SAMCHEM 0.665 -0.020 87.7 0.664 8.29 6.02 180.9 1.656 1.020 1.140 1.120 3417 E&O 1.140 UNCH 174 1.134 17.01 2.58 1,512.4 0
0.869 0.680 — — 7811 SAPIND 0.750 — — — 8.04 5.33 54.6 0.325 0.280 0.305 0.285 3557 ECOFIRS 0.305 0.015 233.2 0.295 5.28 — 245.0 0
0.830 0.205 0.260 0.230 5170 SCABLE 0.255 -0.005 19.7 0.239 — — 80.8 1.460 0.890 0.905 0.900 8206 ECOWLD 0.900 -0.010 196.3 0.901 15.99 — 2,649.9 0
2.577 1.000 1.120 1.120 7247 SCGM 1.120 -0.040 7.2 1.120 26.17 3.57 216.8 0.830 0.370 — — 6076 ENCORP 0.430 — — — — — 126.4 1
0.810 0.300 0.520 0.465 9237 SCIB 0.465 -0.010 709 0.477 — — 39.9 2.896 1.530 — — 8613 ENRA 1.620 — — — — 2.78 220.7 8
2.074 0.900 1.280 1.200 0099 SCICOM 1.220 -0.070 562 1.227 16.40 7.38 433.7 1.120 0.550 0.600 0.560 6815 EUPE 0.600 UNCH 2.3 0.567 4.57 — 76.8 6
9.377 6.350 9.120 9.000 4731 SCIENTX 9.030 -0.080 372.2 9.013 15.16 2.21 4,417.8 0.885 0.303 0.535 0.515 7249 EWEIN 0.530 -0.005 1414 0.527 4.67 0.94 159.8 0
0.350 0.155 0.160 0.155 7239 SCNWOLF 0.155 -0.010 90 0.157 — — 14.9 1.150 0.665 0.695 0.680 5283 EWINT 0.680 -0.020 656.5 0.686 46.26 — 1,632.0 TECH
0.930 0.155 0.195 0.180 7073 SEACERA 0.185 -0.010 16620.1 0.188 — — 77.9 0.445 0.340 — — 6041 FARLIM 0.375 — — — 937.5 — 63.1 0
0.210 0.090 0.110 0.100 5145 SEALINK 0.110 -0.005 105.2 0.102 — — 55.0 0.554 0.361 0.395 0.385 5020 GLOMAC 0.385 -0.015 438.2 0.386 10.21 3.90 308.0 0
0.665 0.180 0.200 0.200 5163 SEB 0.200 -0.010 5 0.200 — — 16.0 0.414 0.250 0.290 0.290 9962 GMUTUAL 0.290 UNCH 2 0.290 6.94 1.72 108.9 0
1.340 0.600 — — 7165 SGB 0.795 — — — — — 157.9 0.360 0.170 0.180 0.175 1147 GOB 0.175 -0.005 1036.1 0.175 — — 79.6 0
1.156 0.750 0.790 0.785 5181 SIGGAS 0.785 -0.010 52 0.789 36.01 1.02 147.2 0.255 0.085 0.150 0.140 7077 GSB 0.150 0.010 973.8 0.146 83.33 — 82.9 0
0.870 0.450 — — 7115 SKBSHUT 0.460 — — — 9.31 — 18.4 1.141 0.722 0.755 0.735 1503 GUOCO 0.750 0.005 30.9 0.748 13.54 2.67 525.3 0
2.251 0.945 1.050 1.030 7155 SKPRES 1.030 -0.040 916.2 1.034 11.36 4.92 1,287.7 1.370 1.150 1.250 1.240 7105 HCK 1.250 -0.020 22.3 1.240 95.42 — 526.7 0
1.732 0.778 1.120 1.100 7248 SLP 1.110 -0.040 42.9 1.102 16.52 4.05 351.8 0.835 0.500 — — 7010 HOOVER 0.600 — — — — — 24.0 1
0.600 0.370 0.520 0.520 7132 SMISCOR 0.520 0.030 0.1 0.520 — — 23.3 0.745 0.300 0.340 0.325 5062 HUAYANG 0.340 UNCH 23.4 0.328 23.78 — 119.7 0
2.349 0.720 0.740 0.730 5665 SSTEEL 0.740 -0.020 121.5 0.735 2.01 4.73 320.9 0.534 0.360 0.380 0.370 4251 IBHD 0.370 -0.010 218 0.373 5.60 5.76 373.6 1
0.230 0.115 — — 7143 STONE 0.180 — — — — — 16.2 0.870 0.150 — — 5084 IBRACO 0.590 — — — 14.29 4.66 292.9 1
1.260 0.400 0.460 0.460 6904 SUBUR 0.460 UNCH 4.8 0.460 — — 96.1 1.860 0.550 1.090 1.030 9687 IDEAL 1.050 -0.040 197.3 1.045 2.55 — 116.0 0
1.236 0.530 0.535 0.530 7207 SUCCESS 0.530 -0.010 15 0.533 23.98 1.89 131.7 3.415 2.390 2.500 2.490 5606 IGBB 2.500 UNCH 215.8 2.500 7.84 0.80 1,723.8 0
1.738 1.350 1.400 1.390 5211 SUNWAY 1.400 UNCH 491.7 1.391 10.47 4.64 6,894.1 1.997 1.210 1.550 1.500 5249 IOIPG 1.510 -0.050 401.5 1.517 12.74 3.31 8,314.3 1
2.140 0.995 1.120 1.100 7235 SUPERLN 1.100 -0.050 45 1.106 14.36 1.73 176.0 0.344 0.200 0.210 0.205 5175 IVORY 0.210 UNCH 115 0.205 — 11.90 102.9 0
4.584 1.892 3.590 3.400 7106 SUPERMX 3.530 -0.070 3124.5 3.493 20.28 2.27 2,400.9 1.460 0.365 0.390 0.375 1589 IWCITY 0.385 -0.010 688.5 0.383 45.83 — 322.4 0
0.395 0.190 0.190 0.190 5149 TAS 0.190 -0.010 5 0.190 — — 34.2 0.500 0.250 0.330 0.300 8923 JIANKUN 0.330 -0.005 28.5 0.305 — — 55.1 2
11.897 4.050 4.160 4.160 4448 TASEK 4.160 0.010 4.3 4.160 — 9.62 514.3 0.100 0.070 0.075 0.070 6769 JKGLAND 0.075 0.005 256 0.070 25.00 1.33 170.6 0
0.250 0.065 0.230 0.225 5178 TATGIAP 0.230 -0.005 5023.6 0.225 — — 39.2 0.095 0.060 0.085 0.080 3115 KBUNAI 0.085 -0.005 4347.1 0.085 12.50 — 491.0 2
1.200 0.465 0.540 0.495 7097 TAWIN 0.540 0.045 60 0.502 — — 43.0 0.940 0.555 — — 7323 KEN 0.600 — — — 2.32 4.17 115.0 0
0.970 0.805 0.925 0.880 5289 TECHBND 0.925 0.020 3640.2 0.897 — — 212.8 1.110 0.675 0.690 0.680 5038 KSL 0.685 -0.005 1625.8 0.689 3.12 — 710.7 0
0.975 0.690 — — 8702 TEXCHEM 0.720 — — — — 13.89 89.4 0.208 0.135 0.140 0.135 3174 L&G 0.140 UNCH 206.3 0.135 16.28 10.71 416.2 0
4.205 2.070 2.290 2.240 7034 TGUAN 2.280 -0.010 39.3 2.272 11.31 3.51 311.1 1.211 0.630 — — 8494 LBICAP 0.720 — — — 7.34 4.17 59.2 22
1.643 1.150 — — 7374 TIENWAH 1.150 — — — — 5.22 166.5 1.090 0.600 0.675 0.660 5789 LBS 0.670 -0.005 184 0.669 10.65 3.28 1,044.5 0
0.650 0.541 — — 7854 TIMWELL 0.650 — — — 14.48 1.54 57.9 0.480 0.285 0.320 0.290 3573 LIENHOE 0.320 -0.030 145.8 0.293 16.16 — 115.8 3
1.060 0.525 0.585 0.570 7285 TOMYPAK 0.575 -0.015 813.9 0.576 99.14 3.65 241.4 1.300 0.840 0.950 0.950 7617 MAGNA 0.950 UNCH 4 0.950 13.79 — 318.2 1
4.190 2.476 3.550 3.480 5010 TONGHER 3.500 -0.050 3.2 3.514 8.13 7.43 551.0 1.439 0.890 0.920 0.890 8583 MAHSING 0.895 -0.020 819.9 0.900 10.19 7.26 2,172.8 13
6.360 5.310 5.680 5.560 7113 TOPGLOV 5.650 -0.050 3896.6 5.618 33.02 1.50 14,467.3 1.037 0.390 0.400 0.390 6181 MALTON 0.400 UNCH 567.5 0.398 6.88 5.00 211.3 1
1.115 0.503 0.750 0.715 7173 TOYOINK 0.720 -0.010 40 0.722 22.71 1.39 77.0 2.109 1.734 1.870 1.850 5236 MATRIX 1.850 UNCH 152.2 1.858 6.31 7.30 1,392.7 3
0.789 0.630 — — 5167 TURBO 0.740 — — — 17.01 1.35 79.9 2.310 1.540 1.730 1.730 7189 MBWORLD 1.730 -0.010 10 1.730 4.12 3.99 272.3 0
3.155 2.007 2.700 2.620 7100 UCHITEC 2.620 -0.060 239.4 2.632 16.88 5.73 1,180.7 0.965 0.620 — — 5182 MCT 0.720 — — — 10.96 — 1,049.0 0
2.415 0.480 — — 7133 ULICORP 0.555 — — — 28.91 6.00 120.9 0.510 0.310 0.330 0.315 5040 MEDAINC 0.330 UNCH 178.4 0.321 — — 162.5 0
2.750 2.000 2.250 2.180 7137 UMS 2.250 UNCH 4.9 2.190 15.91 2.67 91.6 0.545 0.340 0.380 0.370 1694 MENANG 0.375 0.005 70 0.376 10.78 — 180.3 3
1.116 0.810 — — 7227 UMSNGB 1.060 — — — 10.88 2.83 84.8 0.400 0.190 0.220 0.200 8141 MJPERAK 0.220 UNCH 58.4 0.220 12.02 — 56.6 1
1.078 0.871 0.940 0.930 7091 UNIMECH 0.930 -0.010 47.8 0.934 7.62 2.42 147.7 1.796 1.110 1.130 1.110 6114 MKH 1.120 -0.010 430.3 1.116 9.44 3.13 656.9 0
0.780 0.355 0.380 0.375 4995 VERSATL 0.375 -0.020 29.1 0.377 — — 48.4 0.280 0.160 0.175 0.170 8893 MKLAND 0.175 UNCH 73.8 0.174 9.31 — 211.3 0
2.575 0.630 0.705 0.680 6963 VS 0.685 -0.020 31764 0.690 7.86 5.69 1,241.7 0.150 0.020 — — 6548 MPCORP 0.045 — — — — — 12.9 0
1.710 0.595 0.635 0.600 5142 WASEONG 0.620 -0.035 680.8 0.615 3.40 — 480.4 1.272 0.534 0.595 0.580 1651 MRCB 0.585 -0.020 11966.2 0.589 10.58 2.99 2,571.1 3
0.825 0.240 0.800 0.765 7226 WATTA 0.780 UNCH 446.4 0.773 14.86 — 65.9 0.640 0.390 — — 9539 MUH 0.490 — — — — — 27.6 8
2.390 1.860 — — 7111 WEIDA 2.390 — — — 10.18 — 101.0 0.320 0.205 — — 3913 MUIPROP 0.220 — — — 25.88 — 168.1 1
1.544 1.122 1.200 1.200 7231 WELLCAL 1.200 UNCH 37.2 1.200 18.84 4.54 597.5 1.420 0.430 0.465 0.450 5073 NAIM 0.455 -0.005 911.5 0.453 — — 275.5 0
0.655 0.460 — — 7692 WIDETEC 0.560 — — — 12.99 — 25.1 2.308 1.883 — — 5827 OIB 2.100 — — — 7.64 3.33 325.2 UTILI
1.214 0.700 0.860 0.770 7050 WONG 0.820 0.020 28.2 0.773 7.39 — 75.2 1.028 0.835 0.860 0.845 5053 OSK 0.860 -0.005 362.8 0.852 4.25 6.40 1,802.0 0
0.680 0.500 — — 7025 WOODLAN 0.675 — — — — — 27.0 2.260 1.598 1.980 1.980 1724 PARAMON 1.980 UNCH 269.1 1.980 9.43 4.29 848.0 2
1.959 1.390 1.530 1.460 5009 WTHORSE 1.530 UNCH 20 1.517 — 4.58 367.2 0.629 0.300 0.350 0.345 6912 PASDEC 0.350 UNCH 103 0.350 — — 140.1 2
0.756 0.415 0.435 0.420 4243 WTK 0.435 UNCH 126.4 0.426 1.92 2.30 209.4 0.070 0.015 0.020 0.020 4464 PHB 0.020 UNCH 10 0.020 — — 35.0 1
0.742 0.160 — — 7245 WZSATU 0.200 — — — — 7.50 93.0 1.890 1.250 — — 7055 PLB 1.470 — — — — — 165.2 3
0.035 0.005 — — 7122 YFG 0.005 — — — — — 3.0 1.595 1.305 1.410 1.400 5075 PLENITU 1.400 -0.010 112.8 1.404 12.17 3.21 534.1 1
0.785 0.545 — — 5048 YILAI 0.565 — — — — — 90.4 6.150 5.400 6.070 6.000 7765 RAPID 6.000 -0.090 854.7 6.021 370.37 — 641.4 20
0.455 0.090 0.100 0.090 7020 YKGI 0.095 UNCH 142.5 0.095 — — 33.3 1.120 0.600 — — 4596 SAPRES 0.650 — — — 8.55 — 90.7 1
0.445 0.205 — — 7014 YLI 0.205 — — — — — 21.1 0.630 0.400 0.485 0.450 5207 SBCCORP 0.485 0.025 13.7 0.461 15.11 — 125.2 0
CONSTRUCTION 0.980 0.600 0.600 0.600 2224 SDRED 0.600 -0.030 10 0.600 2.87 4.17 255.7 0
0.907 0.241 0.280 0.275 5281 ADVCON 0.280 -0.005 20 0.278 13.21 3.57 112.6 0.470 0.285 — — 4286 SEAL 0.295 — — — 2.58 — 71.7 15
0.922 0.274 0.295 0.290 7078 AZRB 0.295 -0.005 281.4 0.293 11.90 3.02 176.4 2.617 2.230 2.250 2.250 6017 SHL 2.250 UNCH 22 2.250 7.88 9.78 544.8 1
0.430 0.155 0.165 0.160 5190 BENALEC 0.165 UNCH 796.8 0.161 — 2.42 142.2 1.711 0.905 0.965 0.950 5288 SIMEPROP 0.965 0.005 859.4 0.956 23.54 6.22 6,562.8 1
0.385 0.165 0.190 0.175 5932 BPURI 0.180 -0.005 1485.1 0.176 12.86 — 68.8 0.250 0.135 0.145 0.145 4375 SMI 0.145 UNCH 53.1 0.145 — — 30.4 CLOS
1.043 0.725 0.750 0.745 8761 BREM 0.750 UNCH 37 0.747 9.99 2.67 259.1 0.695 0.345 — — 5213 SNTORIA 0.450 — — — 9.00 — 255.3 2
1.100 0.790 0.865 0.850 8591 CRESBLD 0.860 -0.010 183.3 0.856 2.39 4.65 152.2 5.710 3.950 5.690 5.670 1783 SPB 5.690 -0.010 27.7 5.681 101.07 2.11 1,955.2 EXCH
1.840 1.535 — — 7528 DKLS 1.790 — — — 23.65 1.68 165.9 3.788 1.930 2.380 2.330 8664 SPSETIA 2.360 -0.010 843.6 2.358 8.12 6.57 9,342.2 1
1.389 0.360 0.385 0.365 5253 ECONBHD 0.375 -0.015 2841.4 0.376 6.20 4.27 501.6 1.340 0.600 0.690 0.620 3743 SUNSURIA 0.690 -0.005 43 0.646 5.43 — 551.2 2
1.180 0.420 0.445 0.435 8877 EKOVEST 0.445 UNCH 1927.1 0.440 8.05 2.25 952.0 0.751 0.320 0.335 0.320 1538 SYMLIFE 0.335 0.010 65 0.330 2.16 — 197.7 1
0.900 0.300 0.300 0.300 7047 FAJAR 0.300 -0.005 97.2 0.300 6.51 5.00 112.2 0.365 0.165 0.205 0.200 4022 TADMAX 0.200 UNCH 222 0.204 — — 156.8 1
1.146 0.475 0.495 0.480 9261 GADANG 0.495 UNCH 457.5 0.488 3.43 6.06 327.6 0.373 0.240 0.260 0.245 5158 TAGB 0.260 0.005 32.8 0.247 4.99 2.31 1,383.6 1
5.211 2.000 2.290 2.240 5398 GAMUDA 2.270 -0.020 1169.1 2.263 11.56 5.29 5,602.5 0.050 0.025 0.030 0.025 2259 TALAMT 0.025 UNCH 218.9 0.030 — — 105.5 1
2.020 0.595 0.705 0.675 5226 GBGAQRS 0.675 -0.030 446.5 0.690 4.50 6.30 333.9 1.050 0.690 0.770 0.760 5191 TAMBUN 0.770 -0.010 16.7 0.763 5.70 8.70 333.7 0
4.335 0.755 0.820 0.800 3204 GKENT 0.810 -0.015 1392.4 0.809 3.84 4.32 456.2 0.127 0.045 0.050 0.045 2429 TANCO 0.050 UNCH 40 0.046 — — 33.6 1
0.645 0.280 0.325 0.325 5169 HOHUP 0.325 -0.005 43 0.325 4.02 — 121.8 0.485 0.131 0.185 0.180 7889 THRIVEN 0.180 -0.005 173.2 0.181 4.14 — 89.5 1
1.615 1.272 1.330 1.320 6238 HSL 1.330 UNCH 55.2 1.325 12.85 1.80 775.0 0.120 0.045 0.090 0.080 7079 TIGER 0.090 UNCH 6264.5 0.085 — — 88.5 1
3.099 1.373 1.580 1.540 3336 IJM 1.570 -0.030 1384.3 1.558 28.91 3.18 5,708.0 0.740 0.295 0.300 0.295 5239 TITIJYA 0.300 UNCH 324.2 0.300 5.68 0.83 403.3 REAL
0.590 0.090 0.095 0.090 5268 IKHMAS 0.095 -0.005 420 0.095 — — 51.8 0.930 0.805 0.870 0.845 5401 TROP 0.870 0.015 1224.1 0.856 6.87 1.84 1,279.3 0
0.791 0.444 — — 8834 IREKA 0.515 — — — 12.84 3.88 96.2 1.243 0.620 0.630 0.620 5148 UEMS 0.625 -0.005 365.6 0.625 9.77 1.60 2,835.9 1
1.840 0.405 0.500 0.470 4723 JAKS 0.480 -0.020 16865 0.483 1.82 — 262.1 2.549 1.840 2.020 1.980 5200 UOADEV 1.980 -0.050 45.8 1.993 7.98 7.58 3,652.8 0
1.907 0.990 1.070 1.010 7161 KERJAYA 1.070 0.030 299 1.051 11.25 1.87 1,328.9 0.320 0.105 0.120 0.105 6378 WMG 0.120 UNCH 7.6 0.107 — — 51.1 0
2.247 1.000 1.100 1.090 5171 KIMLUN 1.100 UNCH 46.9 1.096 5.69 5.00 365.1 1.000 0.905 — — 7003 Y&G 0.935 — — — 17.78 — 186.4 0
1.680 0.750 — — 9628 LEBTECH 0.905 — — — — — 123.5 1.660 1.040 1.290 1.270 3158 YNHPROP 1.280 -0.020 910.1 1.280 21.81 0.55 677.1 1
0.788 0.460 — — 5129 MELATI 0.510 — — — 25.25 1.96 61.2 1.750 0.300 0.370 0.340 7066 YONGTAI 0.350 -0.015 13063.9 0.351 21.34 — 170.0 1
2.101 0.900 — — 8192 MERCURY 0.920 — — — 24.73 4.35 37.0 0.545 0.370 0.370 0.370 2577 YTLLAND 0.370 UNCH 5 0.370 — — 312.4 1
0.905 0.240 0.880 0.880 5006 MERGE 0.880 UNCH 55.7 0.880 — — 59.0 TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS 1
1.930 0.680 0.760 0.740 7595 MGB 0.760 UNCH 15 0.748 10.67 — 377.6 9.926 7.260 8.250 8.110 5014 AIRPORT 8.180 -0.020 175.5 8.172 20.27 1.59 13,572.2 1
0.866 0.225 0.240 0.225 9571 MITRA 0.230 -0.010 2363.4 0.233 3.34 8.70 206.1 2.146 1.182 1.300 1.290 8133 BHIC 1.300 UNCH 18 1.297 — 2.69 323.0 0
0.310 0.115 0.125 0.120 5924 MTDACPI 0.125 0.005 30 0.122 5.12 — 29.0 5.984 4.500 — — 5032 BIPORT 4.500 — — — 19.87 3.11 2,070.0 8
1.040 0.265 0.290 0.280 5085 MUDAJYA 0.290 UNCH 122.9 0.288 — — 175.6 0.495 0.345 0.365 0.350 7187 CHGP 0.360 -0.005 53 0.353 18.18 — 107.0 1
3.282 2.452 2.830 2.700 5703 MUHIBAH 2.810 UNCH 504 2.768 9.42 2.49 1,358.5 1.095 0.385 0.400 0.385 7117 CJCEN 0.395 -0.010 106.2 0.386 12.31 3.80 155.7 1
0.560 0.270 0.325 0.295 7071 OCR 0.325 0.015 220 0.309 36.52 — 95.1 0.800 0.535 0.680 0.680 5136 COMPLET 0.680 -0.010 38 0.680 7.29 — 84.5 1
0.835 0.730 0.740 0.740 5622 PEB 0.740 UNCH 50 0.740 2.55 — 51.2 0.605 0.280 0.360 0.340 5259 EATECH 0.340 -0.015 555.6 0.343 1.49 — 171.4 1
0.511 0.170 0.185 0.175 8311 PESONA 0.180 UNCH 308.8 0.179 9.42 5.56 125.1 0.822 0.505 0.540 0.530 7210 FREIGHT 0.530 -0.020 13.5 0.534 7.58 6.28 148.0 1
0.950 0.190 0.200 0.190 5070 PRTASCO 0.200 UNCH 762.6 0.196 6.37 25.35 99.1 0.670 0.255 0.270 0.260 0078 GDEX 0.265 -0.005 962.3 0.262 64.63 0.94 1,484.7 1
0.180 0.095 0.105 0.095 7145 PSIPTEK 0.105 UNCH 51 0.102 14.58 — 36.6 0.480 0.280 — — 7676 GUNUNG 0.325 — — — 16.93 — 76.8 SPAC
3.555 2.167 2.300 2.230 9598 PTARAS 2.230 -0.070 20.6 2.257 25.43 8.97 369.9 0.870 0.620 0.680 0.680 2062 HARBOUR 0.680 UNCH 23 0.680 7.34 1.47 272.3
0.743 0.315 0.350 0.335 6807 PUNCAK 0.350 -0.015 147.7 0.344 — 1.43 157.2 0.155 0.030 0.040 0.035 7013 HUBLINE 0.040 UNCH 53795 0.040 9.52 — 151.2 0
1.090 0.455 0.640 0.620 5205 SENDAI 0.640 UNCH 1379.8 0.632 6.25 — 499.9 0.790 0.460 — — 5614 ILB 0.500 — — — — — 97.5 ENER
2.535 1.300 1.340 1.330 5263 SUNCON 1.330 -0.010 141.2 1.332 12.28 5.64 1,719.6 5.781 3.557 4.120 4.110 6645 LITRAK 4.120 UNCH 8.5 4.119 9.49 4.85 2,175.3 0
0.295 0.210 0.225 0.220 9717 SYCAL 0.220 UNCH 150 0.220 51.16 — 91.6 0.235 0.055 0.060 0.060 5078 M&G 0.060 0.005 39.8 0.060 — 83.33 43.4 0
0.748 0.405 0.520 0.500 5054 TRC 0.520 0.005 302.5 0.514 12.21 5.38 249.9 0.732 0.410 0.600 0.565 5077 MAYBULK 0.575 -0.025 871.5 0.575 — — 575.0 0
0.580 0.295 0.365 0.355 5042 TSRCAP 0.355 -0.005 78.5 0.361 31.70 — 61.9 7.539 4.917 6.360 6.230 3816 MISC 6.270 -0.090 589.9 6.296 26.88 4.78 27,988.0 0
1.400 0.770 0.830 0.800 7070 VIZIONE 0.830 UNCH 1260.6 0.819 9.50 — 463.8 2.235 0.825 0.865 0.850 2194 MMCCORP 0.865 -0.025 120.9 0.854 13.97 4.62 2,634.0 1
1.350 0.470 0.500 0.500 3565 WCEHB 0.500 0.015 320 0.500 58.14 — 501.4 0.620 0.200 — — 9806 NATWIDE 0.200 — — — — — 24.6 0
1.767 0.660 0.675 0.660 9679 WCT 0.670 -0.015 1514.8 0.668 5.63 4.48 949.0 0.165 0.025 0.030 0.030 6254 PDZ 0.030 UNCH 4121 0.030 — — 20.5 0
0.775 0.150 0.165 0.155 7028 ZECON 0.160 UNCH 209.5 0.157 8.84 — 21.0 5.339 1.550 1.760 1.680 4634 POS 1.720 UNCH 2366.7 1.711 50.00 4.65 1,346.4 1
0.145 0.025 0.030 0.025 2283 ZELAN 0.030 UNCH 40.5 0.028 — — 25.3 1.400 0.300 — — 8346 PRKCORP 0.380 — — — — — 38.0 3
HEALTH CARE 0.210 0.090 0.110 0.100 5145 SEALINK 0.110 -0.005 105.2 0.102 — — 55.0 0
0.700 0.350 — — 7191 ADVENTA 0.390 — — — 31.20 — 59.6 1.563 0.980 — — 7053 SEEHUP 0.980 — — — — 2.76 78.8 19
8.870 4.799 7.760 7.700 7090 AHEALTH 7.700 UNCH 10.5 7.739 16.53 1.69 905.1 1.825 1.450 1.650 1.640 6521 SURIA 1.650 0.020 22 1.649 7.59 2.12 475.5 1
1.463 0.925 0.980 0.925 7148 CCMDBIO 0.925 -0.060 452 0.940 13.33 4.40 612.2 0.405 0.210 0.250 0.240 5173 SYSCORP 0.250 -0.005 43 0.247 14.97 — 300.0 0
7.383 5.629 6.240 6.150 5168 HARTA 6.220 -0.040 2314.4 6.213 43.47 1.35 20,703.0 0.395 0.190 0.190 0.190 5149 TAS 0.190 -0.010 5 0.190 — — 34.2 0
0.385 0.300 0.380 0.375 7213 HOVID 0.375 -0.005 1051.4 0.380 32.89 — 309.8 2.237 0.990 1.000 1.000 5140 TASCO 1.000 UNCH 1 1.000 9.51 4.50 200.0 0
6.388 4.540 5.450 5.310 5225 IHH 5.390 -0.070 1756.4 5.368 332.72 0.56 47,266.5 1.400 0.750 0.765 0.760 8397 TNLOGIS 0.760 -0.005 57 0.761 12.88 2.63 350.2 0
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share * Volu
T HURSDAY D EC E MB E R 27, 2018 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY
Markets 2 7
BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET . ACE MARKET

AP 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
IL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
9.4 1.150 0.350 0.920 0.850 7218 TOCEAN 0.895 -0.045 89.7 0.888 — — 36.7 0.970 0.315 — — 5133 PENERGY 0.345 — — — — 5.80 111.0
7.1 3.950 3.003 3.500 3.450 5246 WPRTS 3.480 UNCH 489.1 3.485 19.82 3.84 11,866.8 0.565 0.175 0.195 0.185 7108 PERDANA 0.195 -0.005 1409.5 0.189 — — 151.8
8.1 1.270 0.620 — — 5267 XINHWA 0.700 — — — 20.29 1.43 151.2 0.090 0.015 0.015 0.015 0047 PERISAI 0.015 -0.005 230 0.015 — — 18.9
9.4 PLANTATION 14.620 6.010 6.200 6.150 3042 PETRONM 6.150 -0.140 47.1 6.170 4.75 4.07 1,660.5
0.9 0.220 0.145 — — 7054 AASIA 0.145 — — — — — 95.7 0.520 0.210 0.260 0.240 5256 REACH 0.260 0.005 7176 0.250 — — 285.1
7.6 19.315 16.200 — — 1899 BKAWAN 16.400 — — — 14.15 3.35 7,149.6 1.050 0.275 0.320 0.290 5218 SAPNRG 0.290 -0.025 122385.6 0.303 — — 1,737.7
7.3 8.319 6.700 — — 5069 BLDPLNT 7.540 — — — 138.60 0.40 705.0 0.345 0.040 0.055 0.045 7158 SCOMI 0.050 0.005 4246.9 0.050 — — 54.7
4.3 1.295 0.655 0.680 0.675 5254 BPLANT 0.680 -0.010 196.1 0.678 — 14.50 1,523.2 0.185 0.030 0.040 0.035 7045 SCOMIES 0.040 0.005 117 0.040 — — 93.7
6.5 0.866 0.530 0.550 0.550 8982 CEPAT 0.550 -0.030 26 0.550 12.82 3.64 175.1 4.256 2.815 3.670 3.630 5279 SERBADK 3.670 -0.030 153 3.661 14.64 1.99 5,389.4
7.947 6.435 — — 1929 CHINTEK 6.600 — — — 8.36 3.03 603.0 0.130 0.005 0.015 0.010 1201 SUMATEC 0.010 UNCH 19695.4 0.010 — — 42.5
4.3 0.595 0.435 0.450 0.445 3948 DUTALND 0.450 -0.005 118 0.445 — — 380.8 0.665 0.300 0.325 0.315 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.315 -0.015 331.8 0.317 29.44 — 132.1
1.5 3.472 1.980 2.800 2.770 5029 FAREAST 2.800 UNCH 57.9 2.795 1.43 1.63 1,662.7 0.135 0.025 0.030 0.030 7206 THHEAVY 0.030 UNCH 99 0.030 — — 33.6
1.1 2.180 0.630 0.735 0.705 5222 FGV 0.715 -0.025 13088 0.716 — 7.34 2,608.4 1.670 0.550 0.565 0.550 7250 UZMA 0.555 -0.020 538.3 0.558 11.66 — 177.6
0.9 10.455 9.002 9.760 9.740 2291 GENP 9.750 UNCH 61.4 9.745 29.19 1.46 7,855.0 0.480 0.165 0.175 0.170 5243 VELESTO 0.175 -0.005 8478 0.175 — — 1,437.7
0.6 0.600 0.350 0.380 0.350 7382 GLBHD 0.350 -0.030 8 0.358 — 2.86 78.0 1.710 0.595 0.635 0.600 5142 WASEONG 0.620 -0.035 680.8 0.615 3.40 — 480.4
6.5 1.100 0.550 0.680 0.645 2135 GOPENG 0.650 0.100 35.9 0.650 31.55 4.11 174.8 4.905 3.597 4.350 4.220 7293 YINSON 4.350 0.050 109.1 4.342 20.21 1.38 4,755.1
2.3 0.650 0.400 0.400 0.400 7501 HARNLEN 0.400 UNCH 3.1 0.400 — — 74.2
4.7 2.545 1.610 1.630 1.630 5138 HSPLANT 1.630 UNCH 1 1.630 18.89 4.60 1,304.0
8.7 2.756 1.390 1.400 1.390 2216 IJMPLNT 1.400 UNCH 12 1.399 — 3.57 1,232.8
0.0 0.920 0.610 0.660 0.645 2607 INCKEN 0.660 -0.005 1025 0.652 — 1.65 277.7
0.0 1.168 0.610 0.625 0.625 6262 INNO 0.625 UNCH 10 0.625 14.64 8.00 299.3
7.9
0.2
9.7
4.757 4.100 4.400
1.138 0.430 0.455
25.809 23.106 24.220 23.960
4.250
0.450
1961
4383
2445
IOICORP
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Ace Market
0.7 4.987 3.371 3.620 3.620 2453 KLUANG 3.620 -0.030 2 3.620 35.32 0.28 228.7
9.8 1.453 1.130 1.150 1.140 5027 KMLOONG 1.140 -0.020 52 1.142 13.46 5.26 1,066.4 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/– VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
3.6 0.880 0.365 — — 1996 KRETAM 0.410 — — — — 2.44 954.3 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
9.1 1.550 0.800 0.800 0.800 6572 KWANTAS 0.800 -0.070 5.9 0.800 — — 249.3
8.7 1.104 0.810 — — 4936 MALPAC 0.810 — — — — 12.35 60.8 CONSUMER PRODUCTS & SERVICES
3.1 0.867 0.560 — — 5026 MHC 0.560 — — — 10.43 3.57 110.1 0.725 0.325 0.390 0.375 0098 BAHVEST 0.385 -0.005 429 0.381 24.68 — 470.3
5.5 2.000 1.780 — — 5047 NPC 1.780 — — — — 0.56 213.6 0.275 0.190 0.200 0.195 0179 BIOHLDG 0.200 Unch 1035.7 0.196 12.58 0.55 172.0
314 3.986 3.110 — — 2038 NSOP 3.150 — — — 9.59 1.90 221.1 0.310 0.120 0.140 0.140 0116 FOCUS 0.140 -0.005 363.7 0.140 — — 285.9
6.0 0.690 0.140 0.335 0.320 1902 PINEPAC 0.320 -0.015 30.3 0.329 — — 47.9 0.259 0.144 — — 0157 FOCUSP 0.190 — — — 8.80 5.26 31.4
8.8 1.120 0.650 — — 9695 PLS 0.900 — — — — — 294.0 0.170 0.090 — — 0074 GOCEAN 0.090 — — — — — 26.1
0.8 0.420 0.140 0.150 0.145 5113 RSAWIT 0.150 -0.005 2.1 0.145 — — 212.8 0.225 0.040 0.045 0.045 0170 KANGER 0.045 Unch 5 0.045 8.04 — 40.1
6.9 3.980 3.000 — — 2542 RVIEW 3.000 — — — 32.72 2.00 194.6 0.230 0.125 0.135 0.130 0180 KTC 0.135 Unch 286.7 0.134 — — 68.9
1.7 3.817 2.740 — — 2569 SBAGAN 3.010 — — — 26.59 0.66 199.7 0.230 0.105 0.110 0.110 0182 LKL 0.110 -0.010 5.3 0.110 — 3.18 47.2
4.9 0.630 0.335 — — 4316 SHCHAN 0.335 — — — — — 44.2 0.780 0.280 0.385 0.340 0201 NOVA 0.360 -0.025 147 0.357 13.53 5.00 114.4
3.2 5.789 3.950 4.680 4.530 5285 SIMEPLT 4.610 -0.020 1006.5 4.615 38.10 — 31,351.9 0.225 0.110 — — 0153 OVERSEA 0.110 — — — — — 27.1
8.5 4.053 1.960 2.060 1.960 5126 SOP 1.960 -0.070 570.2 2.013 10.84 3.06 1,118.9 0.310 0.075 0.090 0.075 0022 PARLO 0.090 0.010 22 0.076 0.53 — 32.8
2.0 1.833 1.455 — — 5135 SWKPLNT 1.700 — — — — 2.94 476.0 0.350 0.235 0.280 0.270 0171 PLABS 0.280 0.010 664.4 0.274 15.22 2.14 60.1
9.7 3.517 1.882 2.530 2.490 5012 TAANN 2.520 -0.020 278.7 2.506 15.25 3.97 1,121.0 0.557 0.452 0.510 0.495 0158 SCC 0.495 -0.015 113.1 0.503 9.61 6.87 69.9
0.514 0.145 0.160 0.155 2054 TDM 0.160 UNCH 413.8 0.155 — 3.13 269.2 0.315 0.135 0.170 0.170 0140 STERPRO 0.170 Unch 17.7 0.170 — — 54.6
9.2 1.117 0.455 0.470 0.460 5112 THPLANT 0.465 0.005 20.6 0.466 — 7.74 411.0 0.330 0.130 0.185 0.165 0148 SUNZEN 0.185 0.020 250 0.179 84.09 1.62 97.2
0.8 1.653 0.960 0.965 0.960 9059 TSH 0.965 -0.005 54.6 0.960 25.26 2.07 1,333.4 0.405 0.196 0.325 0.315 0197 WEGMANS 0.320 -0.010 584 0.316 16.24 1.56 160.0
5.0 6.530 5.120 5.180 5.160 2593 UMCCA 5.180 -0.020 65.5 5.165 48.10 1.54 1,086.1 0.085 0.030 0.040 0.035 0095 XINGHE 0.040 0.005 681 0.036 — — 102.9
8.6 28.062 25.000 25.620 25.000 2089 UTDPLT 25.000 -0.800 12.9 25.10 13.42 1.60 5,203.4
7.8 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES
TELECOMMUNICATIONS & MEDIA 0.300 0.210 — — 0122 AIM 0.280 — — — — — 74.5
4.5 0.165 0.075 0.150 0.135 0159 AMEDIA 0.150 0.010 361.9 0.146 — — 35.9
4.3 0.700 0.610 — — 7031 AMTEL 0.650 — — — — — 35.2 0.161 0.060 0.065 0.065 0105 ASIAPLY 0.065 -0.005 453 0.065 216.67 7.69 29.0
7.9 2.581 1.026 1.320 1.290 6399 ASTRO 1.310 UNCH 877.8 1.300 12.98 8.78 6,830.8 0.120 0.045 0.045 0.045 0072 AT 0.045 -0.005 1833.3 0.045 — — 20.9
7.2 5.702 3.200 4.000 3.930 6888 AXIATA 3.980 -0.040 783.3 3.971 — 2.14 36,102.6 0.250 0.140 0.175 0.165 0187 BCMALL 0.170 -0.010 1180.5 0.167 10.37 — 71.6
0.7 0.375 0.120 — — 6025 BJMEDIA 0.160 — — — — — 37.6 0.340 0.185 0.195 0.185 0163 CAREPLS 0.195 -0.005 201.1 0.191 — — 103.6
1.9 4.880 3.844 4.390 4.280 6947 DIGI 4.370 -0.040 1517 4.352 22.31 4.44 33,976.8 0.260 0.120 0.120 0.120 0102 CONNECT 0.120 -0.005 33.5 0.120 — — 39.5
7.1 0.440 0.180 0.200 0.180 0059 ECOHLDS 0.190 0.010 22.7 0.180 — — 30.9 0.346 0.170 0.210 0.210 0190 ESAFE 0.210 0.010 11.4 0.210 41.18 8.57 50.5
6.6 0.590 0.280 0.310 0.300 0082 GPACKET 0.310 0.005 31.6 0.303 — — 279.4 0.294 0.105 0.155 0.155 0100 ESCERAM 0.155 0.005 65 0.155 1550.0 3.87 31.9
6.0 5.929 5.102 5.310 5.230 6012 MAXIS 5.240 -0.110 776.2 5.258 19.74 3.82 40,959.2 0.682 0.365 0.450 0.425 0039 GFM 0.435 -0.015 774.4 0.434 19.68 2.11 204.8
8.7 0.810 0.250 0.370 0.360 4502 MEDIA 0.365 -0.005 111.2 0.365 — — 404.9 0.300 0.125 0.140 0.130 0175 HHGROUP 0.140 Unch 32 0.135 — — 47.5
1.6 0.465 0.181 0.195 0.190 5090 MEDIAC 0.195 UNCH 73.4 0.190 0.86 7.74 329.0 0.125 0.080 0.080 0.080 0160 HHHCORP 0.080 -0.005 50 0.080 15.09 — 26.7
5.3 0.934 0.400 0.450 0.430 0172 OCK 0.430 -0.010 3557.7 0.440 15.52 2.33 374.7 0.350 0.145 0.150 0.145 0188 HLT 0.145 -0.015 159.9 0.149 — — 74.2
2.4 0.528 0.350 — — 7190 PPG 0.350 — — — 71.43 5.71 35.0 0.110 0.035 0.045 0.040 0024 JAG 0.045 Unch 3108.2 0.045 25.00 4.22 68.2
5.0 0.705 0.200 0.225 0.210 5252 SASBADI 0.220 -0.010 466.2 0.218 45.83 3.05 92.2 0.313 0.185 0.195 0.190 0193 KAB 0.195 -0.005 92 0.191 7.12 5.13 62.4
9.9 0.860 0.530 — — 9431 SJC 0.860 — — — 73.50 — 34.9 0.240 0.115 — — 0167 MCLEAN 0.120 — — — — — 21.5
6.4 1.618 0.620 0.700 0.660 6084 STAR 0.670 UNCH 70.1 0.670 — 17.91 494.8 0.260 0.135 0.185 0.165 0081 MEGASUN 0.180 0.035 458 0.179 20.45 — 39.7
0.7 8.981 7.060 7.920 7.840 5031 TIMECOM 7.900 -0.100 279.6 7.900 17.28 0.67 4,611.2 0.165 0.050 0.055 0.050 0177 PASUKGB 0.055 0.005 110.6 0.055 — — 44.6
6.8 6.157 2.110 2.680 2.630 4863 TM 2.650 -0.050 2829.6 2.655 27.69 8.11 9,958.5 0.350 0.130 — — 0038 PTB 0.150 — — — — — 28.0
9.8 0.695 0.085 — — 5754 UTUSAN 0.090 — — — — — 10.0 0.380 0.165 0.215 0.200 0196 QES 0.205 -0.010 2640 0.205 10.51 — 155.5
2.0 TECHNOLOGY 0.180 0.055 0.065 0.055 0133 SANICHI 0.060 Unch 25580 0.060 — — 66.5
3.1 0.700 0.610 — — 7031 AMTEL 0.650 — — — — — 35.2 0.235 0.090 0.100 0.100 0161 SCH 0.100 Unch 136 0.100 — — 55.6
8.0 0.295 0.120 0.125 0.120 5195 CENSOF 0.125 -0.005 222.2 0.120 — — 62.7 0.745 0.280 0.525 0.500 0001 SCOMNET 0.525 -0.015 377.3 0.517 26.65 — 337.6
8.9 0.665 0.130 0.175 0.160 0051 CUSCAPI 0.170 -0.005 2773.3 0.168 — — 146.1 0.212 0.115 — — 0028 SCOPE 0.135 — — — — 3.70 75.7
9.6 0.993 0.542 0.700 0.680 7204 D&O 0.695 -0.005 562.1 0.687 23.32 1.19 766.2 0.205 0.080 — — 0055 SERSOL 0.090 — — — — — 19.4
2.9 0.365 0.175 0.205 0.195 8338 DATAPRP 0.205 UNCH 157 0.196 — — 86.4 0.634 0.254 0.315 0.300 0084 TECFAST 0.305 -0.010 83 0.304 17.63 3.28 69.6
5.3 0.145 0.040 0.050 0.040 0029 DIGISTA 0.050 UNCH 270 0.045 — — 32.9 0.813 0.520 0.590 0.550 0089 TEXCYCL 0.550 -0.035 76 0.577 13.78 1.82 140.9
6.7 0.570 0.195 0.235 0.220 4456 DNEX 0.225 -0.010 14195.7 0.226 7.92 2.22 395.6 0.460 0.220 0.245 0.235 0162 WIDAD 0.240 -0.010 2189 0.237 — — 589.1
4.0 1.231 0.285 0.490 0.410 5216 DSONIC 0.470 0.025 16629.9 0.463 13.20 7.45 634.5 0.215 0.125 — — 0025 YBS 0.145 — — — 18.13 — 35.1
9.7 0.930 0.335 0.425 0.405 5036 EDARAN 0.425 -0.010 656.5 0.414 3.45 — 25.5
3.6 TECHNOLOGY
1.596 0.324 0.465 0.425 0065 EFORCE 0.460 0.020 2014.1 0.448 27.88 3.26 190.7 0.565 0.190 0.200 0.195 0181 AEMULUS 0.200 -0.010 291.4 0.200 20.83 1.00 109.8
2.9 1.476 0.895 1.040 1.000 0090 ELSOFT 1.020 -0.030 975.5 1.021 15.99 3.26 679.1
6.0 0.983 0.341 0.715 0.670 0128 FRONTKN 0.715 -0.005 3778.9 0.694 17.27 0.98 753.2 0.430 0.090 0.090 0.090 0119 APPASIA 0.090 -0.005 5 0.090 75.00 — 31.1
3.8 0.240 0.080 — — 9377 FSBM 0.095 — — — — — 13.4 0.535 0.130 0.180 0.180 0068 ASDION 0.180 -0.005 1123.3 0.180 — — 20.9
4.3 1.860 1.030 1.600 1.510 0021 GHLSYS 1.600 0.020 465.4 1.547 50.00 — 1,180.8 0.636 0.351 0.385 0.365 0195 BINACOM 0.380 -0.005 244.5 0.378 9.38 2.63 98.8
2.9 0.590 0.280 0.310 0.300 0082 GPACKET 0.310 0.005 31.6 0.303 — — 279.4 0.484 0.220 0.225 0.220 0191 CABNET 0.220 Unch 22 0.220 9.82 4.32 39.3
2.4 0.252 0.180 0.195 0.190 0056 GRANFLO 0.195 UNCH 119 0.190 10.05 3.08 94.2 0.233 0.098 — — 0152 DGB 0.135 — — — — — 102.1
5.1 2.896 1.454 1.700 1.660 7022 GTRONIC 1.700 UNCH 334.1 1.679 15.48 1.18 1,137.4 0.320 0.085 0.090 0.085 0131 DGSB 0.085 -0.010 2609.2 0.088 — — 63.4
0.6 0.800 0.340 0.430 0.430 5028 HTPADU 0.430 0.075 2.8 0.430 — — 43.5 0.044 0.015 0.020 0.015 0154 EAH 0.015 -0.005 1250 0.015 — — 76.1
1.0 2.506 1.420 1.490 1.420 0166 INARI 1.430 -0.070 11945.3 1.443 16.65 4.52 4,528.4 0.180 0.020 0.030 0.025 0107 EDUSPEC 0.030 Unch 601 0.025 — — 30.1
5.0 0.420 0.250 0.280 0.260 0192 INTA 0.270 -0.010 535 0.269 1.70 — 144.5 2.040 1.090 1.600 1.560 0104 GENETEC 1.560 -0.040 72.6 1.577 7.66 1.60 65.0
0.7 0.235 0.080 — — 9393 ITRONIC 0.085 — — — — — 8.7 0.100 0.045 0.070 0.070 0045 GNB 0.070 Unch 303 0.070 — — 20.2
6.2 0.484 0.155 0.165 0.155 5161 JCY 0.160 -0.005 726.6 0.161 — 18.75 332.3 0.150 0.020 0.035 0.030 0174 IDMENSN 0.035 Unch 470.4 0.030 — — 9.5
9.2 22.454 7.540 7.700 7.540 9334 KESM 7.580 -0.220 26.5 7.598 10.66 2.44 326.0 0.403 0.185 0.195 0.185 0023 IFCAMSC 0.190 -0.005 617 0.188 17.12 2.63 115.6
4.5 0.270 0.095 0.105 0.100 0143 KEYASIC 0.100 -0.005 3763.1 0.100 18.52 — 95.1 0.145 0.055 0.080 0.080 0094 INIX 0.080 Unch 11 0.080 — — 20.7
5.8 3.341 1.358 2.080 2.000 5286 MI 2.070 -0.020 760.1 2.037 15.80 — 1,035.0 0.245 0.115 0.140 0.135 0010 IRIS 0.140 0.005 7313 0.136 — — 415.3
8.2 1.457 0.665 0.695 0.665 0113 MMSV 0.670 -0.015 127.9 0.675 12.09 2.39 136.5 1.450 0.590 0.675 0.640 0146 JFTECH 0.660 -0.015 38.1 0.668 92.96 1.82 138.6
2.8 13.087 7.363 9.980 9.800 3867 MPI 9.880 UNCH 31 9.893 12.64 2.94 2,073.7 1.686 0.696 0.845 0.835 0127 JHM 0.845 -0.015 487 0.840 14.25 2.00 471.2
1.3 1.385 0.950 1.130 1.130 5011 MSNIAGA 1.130 0.020 1 1.130 5.53 4.42 68.3 0.292 0.108 0.200 0.185 0111 K1 0.190 -0.010 2633 0.189 190.00 — 138.5
2.7 3.030 0.655 0.930 0.865 0138 MYEG 0.930 0.055 57419 0.903 44.29 1.83 3,353.9 0.170 0.040 0.045 0.040 0036 KGROUP 0.045 Unch 331.3 0.043 — — 23.4
2.3 0.783 0.507 0.580 0.565 0083 NOTION 0.575 -0.010 524 0.571 4.29 1.74 191.6 0.985 0.430 0.565 0.550 0176 KRONO 0.565 -0.015 1738.1 0.559 12.47 — 225.3
9.0 0.550 0.335 0.410 0.380 9008 OMESTI 0.410 0.020 67.4 0.390 — — 195.6 0.270 0.120 0.150 0.120 0018 LAMBO 0.125 -0.005 438.1 0.125 13.16 — 261.2
2.5 0.315 0.195 0.205 0.200 0041 PANPAGE 0.205 UNCH 80.1 0.201 — — 54.4 0.180 0.045 0.050 0.045 0017 M3TECH 0.050 Unch 100.1 0.049 — — 29.3
0.3 3.870 1.700 2.680 2.600 7160 PENTA 2.620 -0.080 788.4 2.625 17.05 — 829.5 0.690 0.310 0.390 0.365 0075 MEXTER 0.375 -0.020 125.2 0.372 — — 121.8
6.6 1.910 0.255 0.410 0.340 5204 PRESBHD 0.405 0.035 56869.4 0.380 40.10 4.20 196.0 0.400 0.205 — — 0155 MGRC 0.235 — — — — — 24.3
6.9 0.545 0.240 0.245 0.245 9075 THETA 0.245 -0.030 1 0.245 — — 26.3 0.780 0.335 0.540 0.510 0126 MICROLN 0.530 0.010 112.5 0.520 — — 88.7
1.3 0.060 0.010 0.015 0.010 0118 TRIVE 0.015 UNCH 117.1 0.015 — — 32.0 0.474 0.190 0.205 0.205 0112 MIKROMB 0.205 Unch 52.1 0.205 19.52 4.88 88.3
2.9 0.210 0.105 — — 4359 TURIYA 0.110 — — — — — 25.2 0.100 0.035 0.040 0.035 0085 MLAB 0.040 Unch 744.1 0.040 — — 26.8
1.1 3.520 1.574 3.290 3.280 5005 UNISEM 3.280 0.060 1118 3.280 22.99 2.59 2,407.0 0.310 0.160 0.215 0.210 0034 MMAG 0.210 -0.010 36.7 0.214 — — 133.3
7.6 8.520 5.062 6.240 6.070 0097 VITROX 6.120 -0.090 89 6.129 29.75 0.78 2,879.8
8.1 0.110 0.040 0.045 0.045 0103 MNC 0.045 Unch 255 0.045 — — 21.5
1.253 0.907 0.945 0.930 5162 VSTECS 0.930 -0.020 22.6 0.945 5.99 5.38 167.4 0.250 0.100 0.105 0.100 0156 MPAY 0.105 Unch 1093.2 0.101 — — 74.6
5.5 0.648 0.415 0.440 0.430 0008 WILLOW 0.440 0.005 111.1 0.436 17.53 2.27 218.2
5.2 UTILITIES 0.075 0.025 0.030 0.030 0070 MQTECH 0.030 0.005 390 0.030 — — 14.9
2.0 0.444 0.090 0.095 0.090 7471 EDEN 0.095 UNCH 626 0.090 — — 35.9 0.180 0.070 0.080 0.070 0092 MTOUCHE 0.075 0.005 6466.6 0.075 — — 38.1
8.0 2.960 2.543 2.700 2.690 5209 GASMSIA 2.690 -0.020 547.3 2.690 16.74 5.02 3,454.0 1.356 0.663 0.910 0.885 0108 N2N 0.895 0.015 318.9 0.897 28.23 4.47 535.1
0.1 2.060 1.051 1.250 1.220 5843 KPS 1.250 UNCH 189.5 1.232 — 3.40 671.7 0.050 0.010 0.020 0.015 0020 NETX 0.020 0.005 915.3 0.016 — — 56.0
5.0 1.012 0.745 0.775 0.760 5264 MALAKOF 0.770 -0.010 936.5 0.770 1.57 7.53 3,850.0 0.070 0.010 0.020 0.015 0096 NEXGRAM 0.015 -0.005 766.3 0.015 — — 31.1
5.2 3.806 2.990 3.100 3.060 3069 MFCB 3.080 -0.020 83.6 3.073 9.73 1.30 1,285.4 0.205 0.080 0.100 0.095 0026 NOVAMSC 0.100 -0.005 7522.3 0.100 43.48 — 75.2
4.1 1.275 1.020 1.050 1.050 5041 PBA 1.050 UNCH 19 1.050 9.91 3.81 347.8 1.152 0.320 0.615 0.595 0035 OPCOM 0.605 -0.015 907 0.602 11.18 5.37 97.6
1.4 20.000 15.928 19.060 18.620 6033 PETGAS 18.780 -0.400 326.8 18.83 18.78 3.67 37,160.6 0.375 0.256 0.290 0.280 0040 OPENSYS 0.290 0.010 117.4 0.281 8.87 4.31 86.4
0.7 1.309 0.608 1.150 1.120 5272 RANHILL 1.140 -0.020 505.2 1.136 15.10 7.02 1,012.7 0.170 0.040 0.110 0.105 0079 ORION 0.110 -0.005 3408.9 0.109 — — 65.9
5.2 0.389 0.220 0.230 0.225 8567 SALCON 0.225 -0.005 313.7 0.225 — 3.56 190.6 0.730 0.240 0.240 0.240 0006 PINEAPP 0.240 -0.075 1.5 0.240 218.18 — 11.6
5.7 0.900 0.425 0.805 0.785 8524 TALIWRK 0.805 0.020 760.8 0.794 37.44 5.96 1,622.7 0.165 0.045 0.055 0.050 0123 PRIVA 0.055 0.005 840.5 0.050 — — 30.7
1.7 15.787 12.520 13.840 13.420 5347 TENAGA 13.540 -0.460 2427.9 13.53 13.01 4.90 77,000.5 1.570 0.495 1.380 1.310 0200 REVENUE 1.360 -0.020 2339.3 1.348 39.65 — 303.1
4.8 1.494 0.882 0.990 0.980 4677 YTL 0.990 UNCH 1511.7 0.987 30.28 4.04 10,801.5 0.781 0.525 0.530 0.525 0106 REXIT 0.530 Unch 122 0.528 12.16 5.66 100.3
2.8 1.265 0.694 0.800 0.790 6742 YTLPOWR 0.795 -0.005 1092 0.796 10.28 6.29 6,485.8 0.650 0.230 0.245 0.235 0202 RGTECH 0.245 Unch 415.7 0.240 21.68 — 128.7
0.4 CLOSED-END FUNDS 0.355 0.090 0.095 0.090 0178 SEDANIA 0.095 -0.005 75 0.094 — 10.53 21.5
5.3 2.880 2.340 2.470 2.340 5108 ICAP 2.470 0.070 62.1 2.375 40.29 — 345.8 0.560 0.390 0.405 0.390 0203 SMETRIC 0.405 Unch 56.9 0.395 — — 98.7
5.2 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS 0.235 0.095 — — 0117 SMRT 0.125 — — — 0.49 — 50.9
2.2 1.190 1.140 1.186 1.186 0800EA ABFMY1 1.186 -0.004 0.2 1.186 — 3.92 1,468.2 0.280 0.070 0.090 0.085 0169 SMTRACK 0.085 0.005 582.7 0.086 — — 12.5
1.2 2.100 1.735 — — 0822EA CIMBA40 1.825 — — — — 3.73 4.9 0.270 0.080 0.080 0.080 0093 SOLUTN 0.080 Unch 205.1 0.080 — — 24.5
7.7 1.845 1.455 1.460 1.455 0823EA CIMBC50 1.455 -0.005 5 1.456 — — 10.4 0.285 0.150 0.250 0.250 0129 SRIDGE 0.250 Unch 63.2 0.250 52.08 — 34.1
6.8 1.960 1.750 1.780 1.780 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.780 UNCH 0.5 1.780 — 1.85 3.0 0.375 0.180 0.195 0.185 0050 SYSTECH 0.185 -0.010 382 0.188 33.64 — 64.3
3.6 1.775 1.600 1.755 1.755 0828EA GOLDETF 1.755 0.005 2.8 1.755 — — 43.2 0.145 0.090 0.100 0.090 0132 TDEX 0.100 Unch 772.2 0.095 — — 59.0
5.5 1.100 0.940 — — 0826EA METFAPA 0.990 — — — — — 17.8 0.210 0.085 — — 0145 TFP 0.100 — — — — — 20.5
3.7 0.922 0.795 0.820 0.820 0825EA METFSID 0.820 0.010 0.7 0.820 — 1.84 72.2 0.580 0.200 0.250 0.235 0005 UCREST 0.245 -0.010 5178.7 0.241 4.72 — 113.7
3.6 1.100 0.900 0.900 0.900 0827EA METFUS50 0.900 -0.051 0.1 0.900 — — 11.7 0.110 0.065 0.085 0.085 0060 VC 0.085 Unch 687.2 0.085 77.27 — 51.8
9.5 1.250 1.060 — — 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.060 — — — — 2.25 292.5 0.795 0.290 0.465 0.430 0120 VIS 0.440 -0.030 1759.7 0.441 0.24 0.75 74.4
8.5 1.210 1.070 1.120 1.120 0824EA MYETFID 1.120 -0.040 33 1.120 — 2.51 52.0 0.116 0.015 0.020 0.015 0069 VIVOCOM 0.020 Unch 10383.9 0.020 — — 113.3
3.3 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS
9.3 0.145 0.085 0.105 0.095 0066 VSOLAR 0.105 0.010 1707.1 0.100 — — 40.5
0.830 0.675 — — 4952 AHP 0.780 — — — 9.89 6.60 171.6 0.045 0.035 — — 0141 WINTONI 0.035 — — — — — 18.0
5.9 1.324 1.030 1.270 1.270 5116 ALAQAR 1.270 UNCH 79.2 1.270 10.85 4.05 934.7
2.8 0.930 0.765 0.815 0.790 5269 ALSREIT 0.805 0.020 65.3 0.792 12.38 5.69 466.9 0.200 0.105 0.105 0.105 0086 YGL 0.105 Unch 36 0.105 — — 24.4
1.1 0.639 0.515 0.525 0.520 5120 AMFIRST 0.525 UNCH 31.5 0.523 30.88 7.52 360.4 TELECOMMUNICATIONS & MEDIA
6.4 0.863 0.778 0.815 0.810 5127 ARREIT 0.810 -0.005 8.2 0.814 3.19 7.40 464.3 0.636 0.351 0.385 0.365 0195 BINACOM 0.380 -0.005 244.5 0.378 9.38 2.63 98.8
7.1 1.140 1.005 1.110 1.100 5130 ATRIUM 1.110 UNCH 6 1.108 7.21 7.07 135.2 0.880 0.530 — — 0147 INNITY 0.720 — — — 44.17 — 99.9
0.0 1.580 1.135 1.550 1.530 5106 AXREIT 1.540 UNCH 195.6 1.537 15.60 4.85 1,905.4 0.180 0.045 0.050 0.045 0017 M3TECH 0.050 Unch 100.1 0.049 — — 29.3
2.4 1.690 0.940 1.020 1.000 5180 CMMT 1.010 UNCH 393.2 1.011 13.29 8.02 2,064.6 0.110 0.040 0.045 0.045 0103 MNC 0.045 Unch 255 0.045 — — 21.5
1.218 1.090 1.140 1.120 5121 HEKTAR 1.130 -0.010 16.2 1.129 12.34 8.85 522.0 0.180 0.070 0.080 0.070 0092 MTOUCHE 0.075 0.005 6466.6 0.075 — — 38.1
2.2 1.750 1.382 1.750 1.730 5227 IGBREIT 1.730 -0.010 1823.9 1.738 17.65 5.41 6,115.2 0.070 0.010 0.020 0.015 0096 NEXGRAM 0.015 -0.005 766.3 0.015 — — 31.1
3.0 0.864 0.640 0.800 0.785 5280 KIPREIT 0.785 -0.015 638.4 0.791 10.65 8.64 396.7 1.152 0.320 0.615 0.595 0035 OPCOM 0.605 -0.015 907 0.602 11.18 5.37 97.6
0.0 8.226 6.538 7.630 7.530 5235SS KLCC 7.600 0.050 159.9 7.588 15.47 4.60 13,720.5 0.165 0.045 0.055 0.050 0123 PRIVA 0.055 0.005 840.5 0.050 — — 30.7
7.0 1.160 0.953 1.060 1.040 5123 MQREIT 1.050 -0.010 264.7 1.049 16.43 4.03 1,125.4 0.355 0.095 0.110 0.100 0007 PUC 0.110 0.005 6561.2 0.105 — — 211.2
5.7 1.725 1.280 1.590 1.550 5212 PAVREIT 1.590 0.020 407 1.568 17.79 5.42 4,828.4 0.440 0.150 0.180 0.175 0032 REDTONE 0.175 -0.010 346 0.177 15.35 — 132.7
4.5 1.770 1.403 1.660 1.640 5176 SUNREIT 1.660 0.020 675.5 1.650 11.62 5.65 4,888.8 0.465 0.185 0.205 0.185 0173 REV 0.205 Unch 5.5 0.203 — — 27.6
1.4 1.144 0.876 — — 5111 TWRREIT 0.930 — — — 17.13 4.41 260.9 0.355 0.090 0.095 0.090 0178 SEDANIA 0.095 -0.005 75 0.094 — 10.53 21.5
8.0 1.535 1.285 1.330 1.290 5110 UOAREIT 1.310 -0.010 34 1.314 9.72 6.33 554.0 0.285 0.150 0.250 0.250 0129 SRIDGE 0.250 Unch 63.2 0.250 52.08 — 34.1
4.7 1.249 1.017 1.200 1.160 5109 YTLREIT 1.180 0.010 1021.3 1.172 8.44 6.46 2,011.2 0.135 0.050 0.050 0.050 0165 XOX 0.050 Unch 537.2 0.050 — — 54.6
6.8 SPAC FINANCIAL SERVICES
2.3 0.72 0.715 — — 5234 CLIQ 0.720 — — — — — 454.3 0.185 0.045 0.065 0.055 0150 FINTEC 0.065 Unch 316.2 0.061 — — 39.3
1.2 0.500 0.460 0.500 0.495 5270 RSENA 0.495 0.005 7487.1 0.495 — — 495.0 0.630 0.455 — — 0053 OSKVI 0.545 — — — — 9.17 107.7
7.5 ENERGY HEALTH CARE
5.3 0.220 0.060 0.065 0.065 5115 ALAM 0.065 -0.005 663 0.065 — — 60.1 0.340 0.185 0.195 0.185 0163 CAREPLS 0.195 -0.005 201.1 0.191 — — 103.6
3.4 0.950 0.145 0.155 0.150 5210 ARMADA 0.150 -0.005 41156.6 0.154 — — 880.6 0.230 0.105 0.110 0.110 0182 LKL 0.110 -0.010 5.3 0.110 — 3.18 47.2
5.0 0.385 0.040 0.045 0.040 7251 BARAKAH 0.045 UNCH 3492.5 0.040 — — 37.6 0.400 0.205 — — 0155 MGRC 0.235 — — — — — 24.3
8.0 0.490 0.205 0.405 0.390 5257 CARIMIN 0.400 -0.005 1281.3 0.397 — — 93.6 0.780 0.280 0.385 0.340 0201 NOVA 0.360 -0.025 147 0.357 13.53 5.00 114.4
4.0 1.450 0.800 0.830 0.800 5071 COASTAL 0.800 -0.045 185.2 0.815 — 2.50 425.3 TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS
4.6 0.110 0.010 0.010 0.010 0091 DAYA 0.010 UNCH 489 0.010 — — 20.4 0.135 0.060 0.090 0.090 0048 ANCOMLB 0.090 0.010 110.2 0.090 — — 42.6
0.5 0.920 0.500 0.515 0.505 5141 DAYANG 0.515 -0.015 1285.6 0.512 44.02 — 496.9
6.4 0.300 0.210 — — 0080 STRAITS 0.220 — — — 24.18 — 123.0
1.340 0.865 0.980 0.965 5132 DELEUM 0.965 -0.015 218.6 0.976 11.65 4.66 387.1 0.559 0.295 0.300 0.300 0199 TRIMODE 0.300 -0.030 27.2 0.300 9.62 3.33 49.8
8.0 3.637 2.430 3.070 2.940 7277 DIALOG 3.070 0.050 4509.8 3.013 37.30 1.04 17,319.8
5.0 0.535 0.215 0.300 0.290 7253 HANDAL 0.300 -0.015 200 0.295 — — 48.0 CONSTRUCTION
8.8 19.158 4.520 4.630 4.560 4324 HENGYUAN 4.580 -0.070 152.4 4.578 5.85 0.44 1,374.0 0.438 0.220 0.250 0.220 0198 GDB 0.250 0.020 387.4 0.226 4.76 4.00 156.3
5.5 1.360 0.705 0.790 0.760 5199 HIBISCS 0.775 -0.025 34785.6 0.772 4.19 — 1,230.9 0.045 0.010 — — 0109 SCBUILD 0.015 — — — 10.71 — 13.2
0.0 0.665 0.130 0.155 0.130 2739 HUAAN 0.150 0.010 13852 0.143 4.16 — 168.3 PLANTATION
4.2 0.300 0.060 0.070 0.060 5255 ICON 0.065 -0.005 1965.7 0.064 — — 76.5 0.120 0.065 0.070 0.070 0189 MATANG 0.070 Unch 1067 0.070 38.89 2.86 126.7
0.0 0.300 0.070 0.075 0.070 7164 KNM 0.075 -0.005 5141 0.074 — — 177.7 UTILITIES
0.2 0.946 0.495 0.565 0.495 5186 MHB 0.555 0.045 452.9 0.541 — 5.41 888.0 0.345 0.199 0.220 0.220 0011 BTECH 0.220 -0.015 5 0.220 13.33 7.27 55.4
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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1.000 0.100 0.390 0.360 9687WB IDEAL-WB 0.360 Unch 50.3 1.050 1.000 29.52 30/03/2021
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.070 0.005 0.005 0.005 0174WA IDMENSN-WA 0.005 Unch 100 0.035 0.200 485.71 14/07/2020
0.155 0.060 0.105 0.105 522510 IHH-C10 0.105 -0.010 123.4 5.390 5.400 11.87 28/06/2019 SH
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY 0.070 0.015 0.055 0.050 5225C7 IHH-C7 0.050 -0.010 0.8 5.390 6.000 15.03 31/05/2019
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.135 0.050 0.105 0.100 5225C8 IHH-C8 0.105 -0.010 221 5.390 5.200 8.16 04/04/2019 am
0.120 0.045 0.045 0.045 16627 INARI-C27 0.045 -0.010 880 1.430 1.900 42.94 28/06/2019
0.395 0.035 0.040 0.035 70322 A50CHIN-C22 0.035 -0.005 120 5.250 7.482 43.52 29/03/2019 0.105 0.075 0.095 0.085 16629 INARI-C29 0.085 -0.010 701.2 1.430 1.900 50.70 28/06/2019
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0.605 0.165 0.190 0.165 70324 A50CHIN-C24 0.175 -0.015 57 6.048 6.413 10.38 29/03/2019 2.010 0.915 0.980 0.915 0166WB INARI-WB 0.920 -0.080 177.9 1.430 0.533 1.63 17/02/2020 un
0.435 0.220 0.230 0.230 70332 A50CHIN-C32 0.230 0.005 20 6.048 6.681 16.16 28/06/2019 0.390 0.050 0.055 0.050 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.055 Unch 229.2 0.650 1.000 62.31 25/02/2020
0.040 0.005 0.005 0.005 523821 AAX-C21 0.005 Unch 10 0.235 0.430 85.53 29/03/2019 0.265 0.150 0.265 0.245 4723WB JAKS-WB 0.255 Unch 1522 0.480 0.640 86.46 13/12/2023 shu
0.220 0.045 0.050 0.045 5238WA AAX-WA 0.050 -0.005 826.8 0.235 0.460 117.02 08/06/2020 0.040 0.015 0.015 0.015 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.015 -0.005 5 0.085 0.131 71.76 20/10/2023 ho
0.070 0.010 0.010 0.010 7146WA AEM-WA 0.010 -0.010 20 0.115 0.250 126.09 17/12/2019 0.765 0.200 0.425 0.395 0151WA KGB-WA 0.420 -0.025 1142.8 0.945 0.500 -2.65 12/06/2019
0.150 0.010 0.035 0.030 509965 AIRASIAC65 0.035 0.005 325.1 2.830 3.126 13.69 28/02/2019 0.090 0.010 0.015 0.015 7164WB KNM-WB 0.015 Unch 5 0.075 1.000 1,253 21/04/2020 un
0.240 0.015 0.060 0.045 509966 AIRASIAC66 0.055 0.010 1086.1 2.830 2.822 4.79 16/01/2019 0.145 0.065 0.080 0.070 7153CY KOSSAN-CY 0.070 -0.010 21 4.300 4.750 20.23 26/03/2019
0.270 0.035 0.160 0.135 509967 AIRASIAC67 0.160 0.020 1795.5 2.830 2.605 6.79 30/04/2019 0.225 0.010 0.015 0.010 5878WB KPJ-WB 0.015 -0.005 1550.7 1.030 1.010 -0.49 23/01/2019
0.130 0.025 0.090 0.080 509969 AIRASIAC69 0.090 0.005 2300 2.830 2.953 13.45 29/03/2019 0.085 0.010 0.020 0.010 5172WA KSTAR-WA 0.020 Unch 130.2 0.090 0.080 11.11 10/04/2021 to
0.065 0.020 0.050 0.050 509970 AIRASIAC70 0.050 0.005 95 2.830 3.083 15.07 04/04/2019 0.780 0.125 0.160 0.155 9385WA LAYHONG-WA 0.155 -0.005 967 0.385 0.400 44.16 13/10/2021
0.135 0.030 0.135 0.110 509971 AIRASIAC71 0.135 0.025 446 2.830 2.822 12.16 31/07/2019 0.560 0.210 0.235 0.220 5789WB LBS-WB 0.230 -0.025 214.1 0.670 0.560 17.91 04/10/2020 Co
0.220 0.085 0.220 0.195 509972 AIRASIAC72 0.220 0.020 3157.4 2.830 2.518 12.62 28/06/2019 0.200 0.050 0.070 0.060 7126WA LONBISC-WA 0.070 -0.005 279.8 0.615 1.000 73.98 26/01/2020
0.240 0.130 0.240 0.225 509973 AIRASIAC73 0.240 0.015 2 2.830 2.432 8.02 20/05/2019 0.060 0.025 0.025 0.025 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.025 -0.005 498.1 0.075 0.100 66.67 03/06/2022
0.330 0.180 0.330 0.300 509974 AIRASIAC74 0.330 0.030 1116.8 2.830 2.171 7.10 28/06/2019 0.085 0.030 0.030 0.030 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.030 Unch 200 0.075 0.100 73.33 26/05/2023 wa
0.190 0.005 0.010 0.005 5014CZ AIRPORT-CZ 0.010 0.005 776.6 5.514 9.000 64.40 31/01/2019 0.460 0.160 0.200 0.160 7617WB MAGNA-WB 0.200 0.005 11.5 0.950 0.900 15.79 04/09/2020
0.200 0.040 0.110 0.105 9954WB AKNIGHT-WB 0.110 Unch 391.6 0.165 0.100 27.27 14/05/2023 0.125 0.010 0.015 0.010 8583WC MAHSING-WC 0.010 -0.005 111.2 0.895 2.100 135.75 21/02/2020 sec
0.170 0.110 0.135 0.125 101512 AMBANK-C12 0.135 Unch 413.4 4.270 4.250 12.18 30/05/2019 0.345 0.105 0.135 0.115 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.135 Unch 20.6 1.850 2.400 37.03 20/07/2020
0.045 0.005 0.005 0.005 9342WC ANZO-WC 0.005 Unch 190 0.045 0.200 355.56 18/06/2020 0.015 0.005 — — 5189WA MAXWELL-WA 0.005 — — 0.010 0.400 3,950 24/03/2020 dow
0.170 0.010 0.015 0.015 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.015 0.005 100 0.180 0.500 186.11 24/03/2019 0.180 0.080 0.090 0.080 115543 MAYBANKC43 0.090 Unch 238.3 9.350 9.000 2.99 30/04/2019 dow
0.075 0.020 0.025 0.020 0105WB ASIAPLY-WB 0.025 -0.005 740.1 0.065 0.100 92.31 12/12/2022 0.105 0.025 0.030 0.025 115544 MAYBANKC44 0.030 Unch 191 9.350 10.90 18.82 29/03/2019
0.195 0.140 0.190 0.185 688833 AXIATA-C33 0.190 Unch 40 3.980 3.600 14.32 28/06/2019 0.070 0.015 0.020 0.015 115546 MAYBANKC46 0.020 Unch 1019.9 9.350 10.00 9.09 28/06/2019
0.180 0.130 0.170 0.170 688835 AXIATA-C35 0.170 Unch 0.4 3.980 4.200 22.61 17/06/2019 0.155 0.125 0.125 0.125 115549 MAYBANKC49 0.125 Unch 576 9.350 9.500 10.29 31/07/2019
0.550 0.170 0.220 0.200 0098WA BAHVEST-WA 0.215 -0.015 78.1 0.385 0.430 67.53 20/08/2024 0.080 0.015 0.020 0.020 117115 MBSB-C15 0.020 Unch 75 0.915 1.180 31.69 31/05/2019
dow
0.110 0.070 0.095 0.090 5248C1 BAUTO-C1 0.095 Unch 120.4 2.140 2.200 16.12 31/05/2019 0.105 0.055 0.055 0.055 117118 MBSB-C18 0.055 Unch 632.4 0.915 1.000 21.31 31/05/2019 Co
0.330 0.115 0.145 0.135 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.140 -0.005 162.3 3.680 4.720 32.07 04/12/2023 0.120 0.045 0.065 0.065 5040WA MEDAINC-WA 0.065 -0.025 30 0.330 0.500 71.21 13/08/2021
0.160 0.075 0.080 0.075 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.080 -0.005 384 0.200 0.220 50.00 05/01/2022 0.060 0.020 0.020 0.020 5040WC MEDAINC-WC 0.020 Unch 3.2 0.330 0.800 148.48 24/08/2024
0.150 0.045 0.045 0.045 3239WB BJASSET-WB 0.045 Unch 15 0.290 0.350 36.21 10/06/2023 0.200 0.020 0.025 0.020 1694WB MENANG-WB 0.025 Unch 122.5 0.375 0.550 53.33 09/07/2019 we
0.240 0.025 0.025 0.025 339510 BJCORP-C10 0.025 -0.005 8.7 0.280 0.350 34.82 30/04/2019 2.190 1.050 1.100 1.100 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.100 0.050 10 3.080 2.220 7.79 08/04/2020
0.100 0.035 0.040 0.040 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.040 -0.005 350 0.280 1.000 271.43 22/04/2022 0.120 0.075 0.075 0.075 5286CC MI-CC 0.075 -0.045 24 2.070 2.700 48.55 28/06/2019 Eq
0.140 0.065 0.065 0.065 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.065 Unch 10 0.280 1.000 280.36 29/05/2026 0.155 0.045 0.130 0.115 381619 MISC-C19 0.115 -0.015 200.4 6.270 6.060 5.82 28/06/2019
0.045 0.010 0.015 0.015 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.015 -0.005 36 0.045 0.070 88.89 08/11/2025 0.210 0.050 0.060 0.050 9571WE MITRA-WE 0.050 -0.010 123.3 0.230 0.940 330.43 17/04/2023 tho
0.050 0.015 0.020 0.020 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.020 0.005 130 0.045 0.070 100.00 29/05/2027 0.060 0.005 0.015 0.010 0085WA MLAB-WA 0.015 0.005 65.1 0.040 0.090 162.50 24/04/2020 Ltd
0.120 0.035 0.035 0.035 0191WA CABNET-WA 0.035 -0.005 1 0.220 0.500 143.18 02/07/2021 0.095 0.045 0.070 0.070 0034WB MMAG-WB 0.070 Unch 435.5 0.210 0.200 28.57 27/11/2022
0.830 0.300 0.340 0.300 7174WA CAB-WA 0.330 -0.050 126.5 0.500 0.170 0.00 08/02/2020 0.040 0.010 0.010 0.010 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.010 Unch 100 0.030 0.100 266.67 21/11/2021 Co
0.925 0.370 0.640 0.600 7154WA CAELY-WA 0.640 0.005 20 1.050 0.380 -2.86 22/04/2021 0.200 0.010 0.010 0.010 165132 MRCB-C32 0.010 Unch 16 0.585 0.800 38.46 28/02/2019
0.330 0.070 0.085 0.075 7035WA CCK-WA 0.085 Unch 761.8 0.410 0.900 140.24 18/06/2023 0.085 0.010 0.010 0.010 165134 MRCB-C34 0.010 -0.005 31 0.585 1.050 83.76 29/03/2019 10.
0.130 0.005 0.015 0.005 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.015 0.005 450.2 0.125 0.460 280.00 07/10/2019 0.140 0.045 0.045 0.045 165137 MRCB-C37 0.045 -0.005 920 0.585 0.700 35.04 30/04/2019
0.140 0.005 0.005 0.005 102336 CIMB-C36 0.005 Unch 40 1.887 6.100 225.12 31/12/2018 0.440 0.180 0.200 0.195 1651WB MRCB-WB 0.195 -0.005 269.4 0.585 1.250 147.01 29/10/2027
0.160 0.035 0.040 0.035 102337 CIMB-C37 0.040 Unch 81 5.720 5.800 5.59 16/01/2019 0.470 0.060 0.095 0.075 13844 MYEG-C44 0.095 0.015 612.3 0.930 1.000 27.96 29/03/2019 we
0.155 0.050 0.050 0.050 102338 CIMB-C38 0.050 -0.005 100 5.720 5.900 9.27 27/02/2019 0.290 0.005 0.020 0.020 13845 MYEG-C45 0.020 Unch 2180 0.930 1.280 43.01 18/02/2019
0.145 0.100 0.105 0.100 102344 CIMB-C44 0.105 -0.005 0.4 5.720 6.500 22.81 20/05/2019 0.225 0.025 0.030 0.025 13846 MYEG-C46 0.030 0.005 65 0.930 1.450 67.20 29/03/2019
10.
0.170 0.125 0.135 0.125 102345 CIMB-C45 0.135 0.005 980 5.720 5.700 13.81 28/06/2019 0.095 0.015 0.015 0.015 13853 MYEG-C53 0.015 Unch 60 0.930 1.850 104.25 31/07/2019 Pre
0.165 0.105 0.110 0.110 285215 CMSB-C15 0.110 -0.005 1200 2.830 3.000 25.44 30/05/2019 0.135 0.050 0.070 0.055 13855 MYEG-C55 0.065 0.005 2744.8 0.930 1.200 50.00 28/06/2019
0.340 0.100 0.195 0.190 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.190 -0.010 55 0.420 0.300 16.67 22/05/2022 0.085 0.060 0.070 0.065 4707CE NESTLE-CE 0.065 -0.010 0.4 145.49 148.0 6.19 28/06/2019 Qin
0.025 0.005 0.010 0.010 7179WB DBE-WB 0.010 Unch 30 0.030 0.050 100.00 22/01/2022 0.335 0.050 0.170 0.160 7241WA NGGB-WA 0.165 Unch 3326.2 0.460 0.600 66.30 18/10/2020 dow
0.075 0.030 0.030 0.030 0152WB DGB-WB 0.030 Unch 32.3 0.135 0.120 11.11 27/06/2021 0.410 0.200 0.240 0.240 0083WC NOTION-WC 0.240 -0.005 70 0.575 0.840 87.83 14/03/2023
0.605 0.035 0.160 0.145 727728 DIALOG-C28 0.160 0.010 130 3.070 2.750 -2.61 31/12/2018 0.295 0.065 0.100 0.085 0172WA OCK-WA 0.085 -0.015 7412.4 0.430 0.710 84.88 15/12/2020
0.200 0.030 0.040 0.030 727733 DIALOG-C33 0.040 -0.020 968 3.070 3.400 14.01 29/03/2019 0.095 0.015 0.045 0.040 0079WA ORION-WA 0.040 -0.005 2417.9 0.110 0.170 90.91 26/07/2022
0.135 0.050 0.065 0.060 727739 DIALOG-C39 0.065 0.005 1.6 3.070 3.500 21.42 20/05/2019 0.210 0.035 0.050 0.040 5053WC OSK-WC 0.045 0.005 69 0.860 1.200 44.77 22/07/2020
0.220 0.080 0.125 0.115 727740 DIALOG-C40 0.125 0.005 220 3.070 3.300 18.89 28/06/2019 0.365 0.100 0.120 0.115 5260WA OWG-WA 0.120 -0.005 214 0.510 0.800 80.39 29/09/2023
0.115 0.095 0.115 0.100 727741 DIALOG-C41 0.110 Unch 5978.8 3.070 3.250 18.40 25/06/2019 0.420 0.245 0.295 0.280 8419WA PANSAR-WA 0.295 Unch 4 0.800 0.950 55.63 06/06/2023
0.150 0.025 0.055 0.050 694724 DIGI-C24 0.050 -0.010 1.2 4.370 4.750 12.13 31/05/2019 0.250 0.045 0.050 0.045 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.045 -0.020 202 0.425 0.500 28.24 21/12/2020
0.140 0.100 0.120 0.115 694726 DIGI-C26 0.120 -0.005 1733.2 4.370 4.500 13.96 25/06/2019 0.095 0.020 0.035 0.025 7225WB PA-WB 0.035 Unch 3420.5 0.055 0.060 72.73 17/12/2022
0.145 0.110 0.115 0.115 694727 DIGI-C27 0.115 -0.010 0.4 4.370 4.880 20.88 17/06/2019 0.215 0.070 0.105 0.105 518320 PCHEM-C20 0.105 -0.030 71.4 9.190 8.400 0.54 31/01/2019
0.300 0.060 0.070 0.065 694728 DIGI-C28 0.070 -0.005 310 4.370 5.000 22.11 28/06/2019 0.060 0.015 0.015 0.015 518324 PCHEM-C24 0.015 -0.005 10 9.190 10.00 10.45 28/06/2019
0.100 0.020 0.020 0.020 0029WB DIGISTA-WB 0.020 Unch 76.1 0.050 0.260 460.00 04/04/2023 0.050 0.005 0.010 0.005 6254WB PDZ-WB 0.005 -0.005 1110 0.030 0.100 250.00 29/01/2023
0.245 0.055 0.065 0.060 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.060 -0.010 3991.3 0.225 0.500 148.89 30/07/2021 0.270 0.115 0.150 0.115 9997WB PENSONI-WB 0.150 0.015 5.7 0.530 0.600 41.51 20/01/2024
0.415 0.105 0.120 0.120 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.120 Unch 95 0.330 0.250 12.12 25/11/2020 0.295 0.030 0.040 0.035 8311WC PESONA-WC 0.035 -0.005 60.1 0.180 0.250 58.33 27/01/2020
0.065 0.015 0.015 0.015 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.015 Unch 70.2 0.090 0.800 805.56 29/03/2021 0.315 0.060 0.115 0.115 5681CV PETDAG-CV 0.115 0.010 30 26.20 24.75 -0.27 31/12/2018
0.280 0.060 0.090 0.060 7169WA DOMINAN-WA 0.090 0.010 229 1.270 1.300 9.45 10/09/2020 0.190 0.060 0.075 0.075 5681CW PETDAG-CW 0.075 0.010 0.9 26.19 28.80 14.22 26/03/2019
0.235 0.015 0.015 0.015 161958 DRBHCOMC58 0.015 Unch 150.1 1.700 2.100 26.44 31/01/2019 0.125 0.060 0.085 0.080 5681CX PETDAG-CX 0.080 Unch 1389.3 26.20 26.50 7.25 30/09/2019
0.265 0.020 0.035 0.025 161960 DRBHCOMC60 0.035 0.005 272 1.700 1.950 20.88 30/04/2019 0.185 0.095 0.115 0.105 6033CR PETGAS-CR 0.105 -0.015 0.6 18.78 19.50 12.78 26/03/2019
0.160 0.010 0.015 0.010 161964 DRBHCOMC64 0.015 Unch 200 1.700 2.400 43.82 31/05/2019 0.130 0.050 0.080 0.075 6033CS PETGAS-CS 0.075 -0.005 1.3 18.78 19.00 7.16 28/06/2019
0.185 0.080 0.090 0.090 161968 DRBHCOMC68 0.090 -0.005 840 1.700 1.900 29.24 28/06/2019 2.260 0.795 1.420 1.420 7172WA PMBTECH-WA 1.420 -0.080 4.7 3.550 3.010 24.79 12/07/2023
0.300 0.050 0.090 0.075 5216WA DSONIC-WA 0.080 -0.005 3012.9 0.470 1.090 148.94 05/07/2023 0.225 0.100 0.110 0.100 886914 PMETAL-C14 0.100 -0.025 80 4.670 4.300 2.78 30/01/2019
0.150 0.005 0.010 0.010 3417WB E&O-WB 0.010 0.005 10 0.747 2.600 249.40 21/07/2019 0.205 0.110 0.125 0.110 886915 PMETAL-C15 0.110 -0.020 0.4 4.670 4.200 4.07 30/04/2019
0.030 0.005 0.010 0.005 0154WD EAH-WD 0.010 Unch 2301 0.015 0.050 300.00 25/10/2022 0.185 0.085 0.095 0.085 886917 PMETAL-C17 0.085 -0.015 36.6 4.670 4.800 12.79 29/03/2019
0.135 0.035 0.070 0.055 3557WC ECOFIRS-WC 0.070 Unch 25.1 0.305 0.300 21.31 10/09/2019 0.825 0.300 0.460 0.460 7088WB POHUAT-WB 0.460 Unch 36.5 1.470 1.000 -0.68 21/10/2020
0.590 0.070 0.075 0.070 5253WA ECONBHD-WA 0.075 Unch 194.1 0.375 1.250 253.33 02/01/2023 0.055 0.005 0.005 0.005 463426 POS-C26 0.005 Unch 89.5 1.720 3.300 93.31 20/05/2019 M
0.385 0.170 0.170 0.170 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.170 Unch 20 0.900 2.080 150.00 26/03/2022 0.080 0.015 — — 463428 POS-C28 0.015 — — 1.720 3.450 104.94 28/06/2019
0.150 0.030 0.035 0.035 7471WB EDEN-WB 0.035 Unch 41.5 0.095 0.300 252.63 13/08/2021 0.070 0.030 0.045 0.040 463429 POS-C29 0.040 -0.005 830 1.720 2.600 60.47 28/06/2019
1.280 0.110 0.150 0.130 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.150 0.005 799.9 0.460 0.340 6.52 17/07/2019 0.060 0.040 0.060 0.050 463430 POS-C30 0.055 -0.005 264 1.720 2.200 40.70 25/06/2019
0.420 0.130 0.135 0.130 8907WC EG-WC 0.135 -0.010 169.5 0.475 0.500 33.68 03/11/2020 0.130 0.130 — — 4065CJ PPB-CJ 0.130 — — 17.06 17.80 15.77 30/05/2019
0.795 0.045 0.050 0.045 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.050 Unch 293.4 0.445 0.480 19.10 25/06/2019 0.600 0.320 0.330 0.320 7168WA PRG-WA 0.330 Unch 83 0.745 0.375 -5.37 06/07/2019
0.340 0.100 0.115 0.110 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.110 -0.005 631.4 0.680 1.450 129.41 02/04/2022 0.295 0.105 0.115 0.105 8966WA PRLEXUS-WA 0.105 -0.030 22.9 0.550 1.200 137.27 14/06/2021
0.535 0.030 0.030 0.030 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.030 Unch 331.5 0.300 0.700 143.33 24/09/2019 0.220 0.035 0.040 0.035 5070WA PRTASCO-WA 0.040 0.005 85.1 0.200 0.750 295.00 25/04/2023
0.425 0.005 0.005 0.005 06503Y FBMKLCI-C3Y 0.005 -0.005 355 140.91 1,790 1,171 31/12/2018 0.115 0.010 — — 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.020 — — 0.105 0.100 14.29 16/11/2019
0.600 0.020 0.025 0.025 06503Z FBMKLCI-C3Z 0.025 -0.010 50 694.47 1,710 147.31 31/12/2018 0.180 0.045 0.055 0.050 0186WA PTRANS-WA 0.050 -0.005 3564.6 0.230 0.235 23.91 19/09/2020
0.550
0.160
0.100
0.095
0.120
0.105
0.100
0.105
06505C
06505D
FBMKLCI-C5C
FBMKLCI-C5D
0.120
0.105
-0.005
0.010
1223 1,672 1,750
25 1,672 1,650
6.78 31/01/2019
4.93 29/03/2019
0.255
0.235
0.055
0.010
0.070
0.015
0.060
0.010
0007WA
0007WB
PUC-WA
PUC-WB
0.070
0.015
0.005
0.005
465.7 0.110 0.100 54.55 25/12/2024
570 0.110 0.100 4.55 15/02/2019 Bu
0.205 0.020 0.035 0.030 06505E FBMKLCI-C5E 0.035 Unch 1129.6 1,672 1,680 1.91 31/01/2019 0.595 0.160 — — 7134WA PWF-WA 0.160 — — 0.750 0.620 4.00 20/07/2021
0.110 0.005 0.005 0.005 06505F FBMKLCI-C5F 0.005 -0.005 300 341.05 1,780 422.93 28/02/2019 0.550 0.210 0.235 0.235 7237WA PWROOT-WA 0.235 -0.005 65 1.300 1.540 36.54 24/07/2023 Ma
0.045 0.010 0.015 0.010 06505K FBMKLCI-C5K 0.015 Unch 21.7 1,004 1,800 80.31 30/04/2019 0.155 0.050 — — 7084CL QL-CL 0.060 — — 6.500 7.400 20.31 30/05/2019
0.365 0.195 0.230 0.210 06505M FBMKLCI-C5M 0.230 -0.005 1348.6 1,672 1,770 9.95 30/04/2019 0.165 0.050 0.070 0.070 7084CM QL-CM 0.070 -0.005 20 6.500 7.700 24.92 28/06/2019 Y
0.100 0.055 0.075 0.065 06505N FBMKLCI-C5N 0.075 Unch 540.8 1,672 1,680 3.58 31/05/2019 0.075 0.015 — — 7498WB RALCO-WB 0.015 — — 0.230 1.000 341.30 13/12/2019 H
0.090 0.045 0.060 0.050 06505O FBMKLCI-C5O 0.060 -0.005 445.5 1,672 1,700 4.15 28/06/2019 0.135 0.055 0.075 0.060 5256WA REACH-WA 0.065 -0.010 8573 0.260 0.750 213.46 12/08/2022
0.545 0.400 0.470 0.440 06505Q FBMKLCI-C5Q 0.470 -0.010 733 1,672 1,650 7.08 31/05/2019 0.155 0.085 — — 106610 RHBBANKC10 0.090 — — 5.300 5.540 11.32 31/05/2019 0.
0.330 0.135 0.290 0.270 06504Y FBMKLCI-H4Y 0.285 0.025 797.2 1,672 1,888 26.51 31/01/2019 0.110 0.065 0.070 0.070 106611 RHBBANKC11 0.070 Unch 20 5.300 5.750 13.77 04/04/2019 0.
0.470 0.125 0.130 0.125 06506A FBMKLCI-H6A 0.125 Unch 24 1,672 1,690 3.28 31/12/2018 0.265 0.050 0.060 0.055 1066C8 RHBBANK-C8 0.060 -0.005 420.2 5.300 5.300 3.40 28/02/2019 0.
0.315 0.045 0.180 0.160 06506C FBMKLCI-H6C 0.170 0.030 325 1,672 1,750 9.71 31/12/2018 0.165 0.045 — — 1066C9 RHBBANK-C9 0.050 — — 5.300 5.500 8.49 31/01/2019 0.
0.090 0.050 0.070 0.070 06506F FBMKLCI-H6F 0.070 -0.010 1.5 1,672 1,650 2.84 29/03/2019 0.180 0.055 0.065 0.060 8567WB SALCON-WB 0.065 Unch 188 0.225 0.300 62.22 19/07/2025 0.
0.115 0.020 0.060 0.050 06506G FBMKLCI-H6G 0.050 Unch 3730.2 1,672 1,680 2.54 31/01/2019 0.030 0.005 — — 0133WC SANICHI-WC 0.005 — — 0.060 0.630 958.33 24/09/2019 0.
0.225 0.070 0.205 0.185 06506H FBMKLCI-H6H 0.185 Unch 1669.8 1,672 1,780 14.17 28/02/2019 0.025 0.003 — — 0133WD SANICHI-WD 0.005 — — 0.060 0.220 275.00 21/07/2019 0.
0.495 0.305 0.420 0.385 06506J FBMKLCI-H6J 0.385 -0.010 1320.5 1,672 1,760 12.13 28/02/2019 0.025 0.015 0.020 0.015 0133WE SANICHI-WE 0.015 -0.005 337.8 0.060 0.100 91.67 13/12/2021 0.
0.185 0.105 0.160 0.155 06506L FBMKLCI-H6L 0.155 0.005 65 1,672 1,788 16.18 31/05/2019 0.090 0.005 — — 521867 SAPNRGC67 0.005 — — 0.290 0.750 162.93 31/12/2018 0.
0.280 0.170 0.255 0.230 06506M FBMKLCI-H6M 0.230 Unch 769 1,672 1,800 17.25 30/04/2019 0.085 0.005 — — 521868 SAPNRGC68 0.005 — — 0.290 0.700 144.83 26/03/2019 0.
0.430 0.355 0.380 0.355 06506N FBMKLCI-H6N 0.355 -0.025 706.2 1,672 1,660 5.62 30/04/2019 0.095 0.015 — — 521869 SAPNRGC69 0.020 — — 0.290 0.550 103.45 30/04/2019 0.
0.555 0.445 0.485 0.485 06506O FBMKLCI-H6O 0.485 0.025 50 1,672 1,740 12.73 30/04/2019 0.205 0.095 — — 521870 SAPNRGC70 0.110 — — 0.290 0.380 68.97 31/05/2019 0.
0.190 0.090 0.130 0.115 06506P FBMKLCI-H6P 0.120 0.010 3344.8 1,672 1,680 5.47 31/05/2019 0.075 0.020 0.020 0.020 521871 SAPNRGC71 0.020 -0.025 90 0.290 0.480 79.31 15/04/2019 0.
0.185 0.115 0.155 0.145 06506Q FBMKLCI-H6Q 0.145 0.005 356 1,672 1,700 7.71 28/06/2019 0.035 0.020 — — 521872 SAPNRGC72 0.020 — — 0.290 0.680 145.52 31/05/2019 0.
0.435 0.375 0.400 0.375 06506R FBMKLCI-H6R 0.375 -0.025 64 1,672 1,610 2.99 31/05/2019 0.100 0.040 0.045 0.040 521873 SAPNRGC73 0.040 -0.005 1600 0.290 0.400 58.62 31/05/2019 0.
0.555 0.455 0.495 0.465 06506S FBMKLCI-H6S 0.465 -0.005 42 1,672 1,690 9.39 31/05/2019 0.055 0.040 0.045 0.045 521874 SAPNRGC74 0.045 Unch 2 0.290 0.400 61.21 28/06/2019 0.
0.080 0.005 0.005 0.005 522258 FGV-C58 0.005 -0.005 500 0.715 1.700 139.16 28/06/2019 0.250 0.090 — — 5157WA SAUDEE-WA 0.145 — — 0.320 0.500 101.56 31/03/2021 0.
0.075 0.003 0.015 0.015 522260 FGV-C60 0.015 0.005 0.1 0.715 1.500 113.99 15/04/2019 0.020 0.005 — — 0109WB SCBUILD-WB 0.005 — — 0.015 0.050 266.67 06/11/2019 0.
0.065 0.040 0.050 0.050 522263 FGV-C63 0.050 -0.005 1358 0.715 0.950 45.45 28/06/2019 0.400 0.065 — — 7247WA SCGM-WA 0.100 — — 1.160 3.960 250.00 31/07/2020 0.
0.105 0.020 0.030 0.030 0150WB FINTEC-WB 0.030 Unch 1.5 0.065 0.150 176.92 03/12/2022 0.130 0.020 0.025 0.020 0161WA SCH-WA 0.025 -0.005 872 0.100 0.100 25.00 04/12/2021 0.
0.100 0.015 0.030 0.030 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.030 0.005 50 0.400 1.000 157.50 12/10/2019 0.125 0.010 0.015 0.010 7158WB SCOMI-WB 0.015 0.005 16.8 0.050 0.210 350.00 18/02/2023 0.
0.800 0.500 0.700 0.670 7184WA G3-WA 0.700 0.030 72.6 0.800 0.100 0.00 02/10/2022 0.145 0.035 — — 0028WA SCOPE-WA 0.040 — — 0.135 0.150 40.74 17/07/2020 0.
0.490 0.075 0.085 0.075 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.085 Unch 359.8 0.495 1.060 131.31 29/11/2021 0.345 0.010 0.025 0.020 7073WB SEACERA-WB 0.020 Unch 138.5 0.185 0.930 413.51 29/05/2019 0.
0.075 0.005 0.015 0.005 539853 GAMUDA-C53 0.005 -0.015 533.5 0.760 4.500 494.74 31/05/2019 0.260 0.020 0.030 0.025 7073WC SEACERA-WC 0.030 Unch 1626.7 0.185 1.000 456.76 21/01/2021 0.
0.140 0.070 0.075 0.070 539859 GAMUDA-C59 0.070 -0.005 183 2.270 2.350 15.86 30/08/2019 0.255 0.110 — — 5279CL SERBADK-CL 0.115 — — 3.670 3.500 9.47 31/01/2019 2.
0.080 0.045 0.045 0.045 539861 GAMUDA-C61 0.045 -0.005 140 2.270 3.200 48.90 31/05/2019 0.265 0.115 — — 5279CM SERBADK-CM 0.120 — — 3.670 3.500 10.08 18/02/2019 0.
0.055 0.055 0.055 0.055 539862 GAMUDA-C62 0.055 Unch 100 2.270 2.500 24.67 13/06/2019 0.105 0.010 0.010 0.010 419726 SIME-C26 0.010 -0.025 10 2.340 2.880 24.36 18/02/2019 0.
1.300 0.125 0.150 0.140 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 0.150 Unch 354.8 2.270 4.050 85.02 06/03/2021 0.125 0.020 0.040 0.040 419727 SIME-C27 0.040 -0.010 0.4 2.340 2.600 15.38 31/05/2019 0.
0.410 0.135 0.155 0.150 5226WB GBGAQRS-WB 0.150 -0.010 125 0.675 1.120 88.15 26/09/2023 0.135 0.040 — — 419728 SIME-C28 0.065 — — 2.340 2.780 25.75 24/04/2019 0.
0.425 0.040 0.045 0.040 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.040 -0.015 1021.1 0.265 0.383 59.43 05/02/2020 0.095 0.050 0.065 0.060 419729 SIME-C29 0.065 Unch 1450 2.340 3.000 35.15 28/06/2019 0.
0.135 0.005 0.005 0.005 471539 GENM-C39 0.005 Unch 50 1.565 5.250 237.06 01/03/2019 0.095 0.065 — — 5285CG SIMEPLT-CG 0.065 — — 4.610 5.450 28.09 28/02/2019 0.
0.085 0.010 0.010 0.010 471541 GENM-C41 0.010 Unch 430 2.950 5.050 72.88 31/07/2019 0.145 0.025 — — 5285CH SIMEPLT-CH 0.025 — — 4.610 5.700 25.81 29/03/2019 0.
0.125 0.030 0.040 0.035 471542 GENM-C42 0.035 -0.005 956.9 2.950 4.600 61.27 28/06/2019 0.065 0.005 — — 5288CI SIMEPROP-CI 0.005 — — 0.965 1.880 95.85 18/03/2019 0.
0.085 0.040 0.050 0.045 471543 GENM-C43 0.045 -0.005 637.4 2.950 3.900 39.83 25/06/2019 0.030 0.015 — — 5288CJ SIMEPROP-CJ 0.015 — — 0.965 1.250 32.64 28/06/2019 0.
0.075 0.050 0.060 0.055 471544 GENM-C44 0.055 -0.010 0.4 2.950 4.000 44.92 28/06/2019 0.200 0.075 — — 5242WA SOLID-WA 0.100 — — 0.305 0.210 1.64 16/12/2020 0.
0.145 0.105 0.120 0.115 471545 GENM-C45 0.115 -0.020 770 2.950 2.900 17.80 13/06/2019 0.150 0.035 0.040 0.035 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.040 Unch 50.1 0.080 0.200 200.00 04/07/2021 0.
0.140 0.100 0.115 0.110 471546 GENM-C46 0.110 -0.010 2044.1 2.950 3.400 33.90 31/07/2019 0.105 0.015 — — 866410 SPSETIA-C10 0.025 — — 2.360 2.800 21.82 28/06/2019 0.
0.140 0.100 0.115 0.110 471547 GENM-C47 0.110 -0.010 4271.4 2.950 3.200 25.25 25/06/2019 0.165 0.100 0.150 0.145 866411 SPSETIA-C11 0.150 Unch 600 2.360 2.300 16.53 25/06/2019 0.
2.990 1.490 1.790 1.750 2291WA GENP-WA 1.750 0.050 25.9 9.750 7.750 -2.56 17/06/2019 0.165 0.140 — — 866412 SPSETIA-C12 0.165 — — 2.360 2.300 18.43 28/06/2019 0.
0.175 0.075 0.085 0.075 318257 GENTINGC57 0.080 -0.010 1021 6.020 7.700 34.55 28/06/2019 0.120 0.005 — — 8664C8 SPSETIA-C8 0.005 — — 1.970 3.300 68.53 31/01/2019 0.
0.105 0.035 0.045 0.035 318258 GENTINGC58 0.040 -0.005 945.1 6.020 7.250 25.08 30/09/2019 0.080 0.010 — — 8664C9 SPSETIA-C9 0.010 — — 2.360 3.350 44.07 26/03/2019 0.
0.115 0.090 0.095 0.090 318260 GENTINGC60 0.090 -0.015 0.4 6.020 7.180 27.49 28/06/2019 0.095 0.040 — — 0129WA SRIDGE-WA 0.080 — — 0.250 0.180 4.00 24/02/2023 0.
0.095 0.080 0.080 0.080 318261 GENTINGC61 0.080 -0.015 241.5 6.020 6.600 18.94 13/06/2019 0.095 0.010 0.020 0.010 0140WA STERPRO-WA 0.015 -0.010 137.8 0.170 0.480 191.18 17/02/2021 0.
0.135 0.100 0.115 0.105 318262 GENTINGC62 0.105 -0.015 3430 6.020 7.000 24.65 28/06/2019 0.050 0.005 — — 7143WA STONE-WA 0.005 — — 0.180 0.300 69.44 21/06/2020 0.
0.170 0.050 0.170 0.050 5220WA GLOTEC-WA 0.130 Unch 3611.5 0.575 0.720 47.83 19/12/2021 0.195 0.100 0.105 0.100 0080WA STRAITS-WA 0.100 Unch 222 0.220 0.115 -2.27 10/08/2022 0.
0.050 0.005 0.005 0.005 0074WA GOCEAN-WA 0.005 Unch 420 0.090 0.340 283.33 07/08/2019 0.115 0.005 0.005 0.005 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.005 Unch 1359.1 0.010 0.320 3,150 03/03/2021 0.
0.100 0.050 0.055 0.050 0082WB GPACKET-WB 0.050 -0.005 100 0.310 0.400 45.16 24/11/2023 0.080 0.045 — — 5211CR SUNWAY-CR 0.045 — — 1.400 1.700 27.86 18/03/2019 0.
0.175 0.045 0.045 0.045 516815 HARTA-C15 0.045 -0.010 8.5 6.220 8.000 33.32 30/04/2019 0.065 0.025 — — 5211CS SUNWAY-CS 0.030 — — 1.400 1.650 22.14 15/03/2019 0.
0.305 0.060 0.065 0.065 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.065 -0.005 690 0.245 0.500 130.61 23/06/2021 0.640 0.210 0.230 0.210 5211WB SUNWAY-WB 0.225 -0.005 101.7 1.400 1.790 43.93 03/10/2024 0.
0.165 0.005 0.005 0.005 5199CI HIBISCS-CI 0.005 -0.005 2094.6 0.775 1.100 43.55 31/01/2019 0.155 0.030 0.035 0.035 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.035 0.005 3 0.185 0.250 54.05 25/02/2021 0.
0.195 0.015 0.025 0.015 5199CL HIBISCS-CL 0.020 -0.005 2542.9 0.775 0.980 32.90 01/03/2019 0.840 0.040 0.285 0.235 710640 SUPERMX-C40 0.250 -0.035 246.3 3.530 3.000 -0.85 31/12/2018 0.
0.130 0.050 0.055 0.050 5199CO HIBISCS-CO 0.050 -0.005 250 0.775 1.200 70.97 27/08/2019 0.480 0.075 0.185 0.165 710642 SUPERMX-C42 0.180 -0.015 400 3.530 2.880 1.98 31/01/2019 0.
0.665 0.200 0.335 0.320 5199WC HIBISCS-WC 0.325 -0.020 8182.9 0.775 1.000 70.97 19/03/2021 0.295 0.015 0.015 0.015 710646 SUPERMX-C46 0.015 Unch 40 3.530 4.880 39.73 31/01/2019 0.
0.075 0.040 0.045 0.040 5819CN HLBANK-CN 0.040 -0.015 600 20.20 21.00 7.92 31/07/2019 0.175 0.015 0.020 0.020 710647 SUPERMX-C47 0.020 -0.005 158.3 3.530 4.600 33.99 27/02/2019 0.
0.250 0.085 0.100 0.085 5160WA HOMERIZ-WA 0.090 -0.010 552.4 0.650 0.920 55.38 09/07/2020 0.185 0.015 0.030 0.025 710648 SUPERMX-C48 0.030 Unch 140.2 3.530 4.500 31.73 30/04/2019 0.
0.015 0.010 0.015 0.010 7013WC HUBLINE-WC 0.015 Unch 10243 0.040 0.055 75.00 17/12/2023 0.165 0.010 0.010 0.010 710649 SUPERMX-C49 0.010 Unch 150 3.530 5.000 42.92 18/02/2019 0.
T HURSDAY D EC E MB E R 27, 2018 • T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DAILY
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China — Stocks fall amid economic of perpetual bonds by commercial banks Japan — Nikkei seesaws, manages to agree on the budget so that the government
worries, US political uncertainty looking to raise funds and replenish their rise after Christmas sell-off shutdown will be lifted,” said Yutaka Miura,
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020 capital, said a top-level government body. chief technical analyst at Mizuho Securities.
019 SHANGHAI: China stocks slipped yesterday China hopes lenders can start selling TOKYO: Japan’s Nikkei, which plummeted “I think there is a possibility selling
019
019 amid lingering worries about the economy perpetual bonds “as soon as possible”, into bear market territory the previous day, (in Japanese stocks) will resume after
019
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and caution over persisting US political the government’s Financial Stability and ended higher after seesawing yesterday, rebounding once because the uncertainty
020 uncertainties, as a federal government Development Committee (FSDC) said in a helped by short-covering. hasn’t been resolved completely yet.”
020
023 shutdown and US President Donald Trump’s statement. The Nikkei Share Average closed 0.89% Yesterday, the Nikkei was helped by short
023 hostile stance towards the Federal Reserve The FSDC held a meeting to discuss the higher at 19,327.06 points, barely shaking covering, Miura said.
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020 unnerved investors. issue on Tuesday, according to the statement, off Tuesday’s 5.01 plunge — the steepest Shares of some index heavyweights
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019 The blue-chip CSI 300 Index fell 0.5% which was posted on the website of the single-day decline in over two years. rebounded, with Toyota Motor Co rising
021 to 3,002.03 points, while the Shanghai central bank yesterday. The searing sell-off left the benchmark 1.1%, Sony Corp adding 2.1%, Nintendo
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023 Main Market & Ace Market Warrants YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY
019 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE
019 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PR’M EXPIRY
019 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (‘000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.125 0.070 — — 7100CD UCHITEC-CD 0.080 — — 2.620 3.276 35.06 15/03/2019
022 0.150 0.045 — — 7100CE UCHITEC-CE 0.045 — — 2.620 3.300 31.11 24/04/2019
019 0.220 0.065 0.135 0.115 710652 SUPERMX-C52 0.130 -0.010 5267 3.530 3.300 11.90 29/03/2019 0.120 0.005 — — 514860 UEMS-C60 0.005 — — 0.390 0.970 150.00 31/01/2019
019 0.120 0.030 0.055 0.045 710653 SUPERMX-C53 0.050 -0.010 3330.2 3.530 4.200 26.06 29/03/2019 0.150 0.030 — — 514861 UEMS-C61 0.050 — — 0.625 0.800 44.00 30/01/2019
019 0.225 0.065 0.140 0.130 710655 SUPERMX-C55 0.130 -0.020 0.4 3.530 3.500 13.88 31/07/2019 0.155 0.025 — — 514862 UEMS-C62 0.025 — — 0.625 0.800 36.00 27/02/2019
019 0.310 0.130 0.215 0.195 710656 SUPERMX-C56 0.200 -0.020 654.6 3.530 2.800 7.65 30/05/2019 0.210 0.035 — — 514863 UEMS-C63 0.040 — — 0.625 0.850 44.32 31/01/2019
025 0.305 0.135 — — 710657 SUPERMX-C57 0.255 — — 3.530 2.800 15.44 30/04/2019 0.075 0.030 — — 514864 UEMS-C64 0.030 — — 0.625 0.880 50.40 28/06/2019
019 0.250 0.120 — — 710658 SUPERMX-C58 0.155 — — 3.530 3.300 15.44 20/05/2019 0.090 0.040 — — 514865 UEMS-C65 0.040 — — 0.625 0.750 32.80 28/06/2019
019 0.260 0.130 0.180 0.175 710659 SUPERMX-C59 0.180 -0.010 105.4 3.530 3.000 10.48 30/08/2019 0.075 0.005 — — 458810 UMW-C10 0.010 — — 5.420 7.000 30.44 18/03/2019
021 0.170 0.095 0.125 0.110 710660 SUPERMX-C60 0.120 -0.010 3903.5 3.530 3.800 24.65 25/06/2019 0.095 0.015 — — 458811 UMW-C11 0.070 — — 5.420 6.100 20.30 28/06/2019
018 0.090 0.070 — — 710661 SUPERMX-C61 0.090 — — 3.530 4.000 28.61 13/06/2019 0.270 0.110 0.210 0.200 458812 UMW-C12 0.210 Unch 597.5 5.420 4.600 8.12 30/05/2019
019 0.230 0.080 — — 7186WB SWSCAP-WB 0.085 — — 0.690 0.900 42.75 19/07/2023 0.240 0.105 0.195 0.190 458813 UMW-C13 0.195 -0.005 21.2 5.420 4.700 8.30 30/08/2019
019 0.100 0.010 0.015 0.015 7082WB SYF-WB 0.015 Unch 20 0.225 0.700 217.78 11/11/2019 0.225 0.145 — — 458814 UMW-C14 0.185 — — 5.420 4.880 10.52 17/06/2019
019 0.128 0.022 0.030 0.025 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.025 -0.005 213 0.335 0.790 143.28 11/11/2020 0.250 0.155 0.195 0.195 458815 UMW-C15 0.195 -0.020 20 5.420 4.800 10.15 28/06/2019
019 0.150 0.055 — — 5012CM TAANN-CM 0.070 — — 2.520 3.000 30.16 15/04/2019 0.140 0.115 0.125 0.125 458816 UMW-C16 0.125 -0.015 600 5.420 5.800 20.85 25/06/2019
019 0.050 0.020 0.020 0.020 2429WB TANCO-WB 0.020 Unch 15 0.050 0.050 40.00 23/08/2021 0.090 0.005 — — 4588C8 UMW-C8 0.005 — — 0.926 7.400 703.46 31/01/2019
019 0.300 0.065 0.080 0.070 7200WA TEKSENG-WA 0.080 0.010 91 0.235 0.250 40.43 29/01/2020 0.105 0.015 0.030 0.030 4588C9 UMW-C9 0.030 -0.005 100 5.420 6.500 24.35 26/03/2019
019 0.210 0.005 — — 534744 TENAGA-C44 0.005 — — 1.685 16.000 850.59 31/01/2019 0.205 0.125 — — 500510 UNISEM-C10 0.155 — — 3.280 2.700 3.58 31/01/2019
021 0.170 0.005 0.010 0.005 534746 TENAGA-C46 0.010 -0.005 151 9.000 15.000 67.78 31/01/2019 0.245 0.170 — — 500511 UNISEM-C11 0.210 — — 3.280 2.500 1.83 29/03/2019
019 0.215 0.130 — — 534747 TENAGA-C47 0.130 — — 13.540 14.880 21.42 29/03/2019 0.170 0.100 — — 500512 UNISEM-C12 0.105 — — 3.280 3.000 9.07 26/03/2019
020 0.050 0.025 — — 534749 TENAGA-C49 0.025 — — 13.540 17.500 31.09 30/04/2019 0.150 0.100 — — 500513 UNISEM-C13 0.125 — — 3.280 2.800 4.42 15/03/2019
021 0.190 0.075 0.115 0.100 534750 TENAGA-C50 0.105 -0.015 5154.8 13.540 14.400 15.66 28/06/2019 0.135 0.090 — — 500514 UNISEM-C14 0.095 — — 3.280 3.300 16.54 29/03/2019
023 0.140 0.055 0.090 0.070 534751 TENAGA-C51 0.070 -0.015 1359.9 13.540 14.000 8.57 30/08/2019 0.150 0.125 — — 500515 UNISEM-C15 0.135 — — 3.280 3.300 21.19 17/06/2019
020 0.105 0.045 — — 534752 TENAGA-C52 0.050 — — 13.540 15.500 18.17 25/06/2019 0.210 0.120 — — 5005C9 UNISEM-C9 0.185 — — 3.280 2.400 -1.45 30/01/2019
019 0.360 0.100 0.220 0.170 7252WA TEOSENG-WA 0.220 0.015 12.2 0.965 1.350 62.69 29/01/2020 0.050 0.005 — — 524324 VELESTO-C24 0.005 — — 0.175 0.335 95.71 26/03/2019
021 0.100 0.005 — — 0145WA TFP-WA 0.005 — — 0.100 0.100 5.00 15/02/2019 0.065 0.045 — — 524325 VELESTO-C25 0.045 — — 0.175 0.380 155.71 15/04/2019
019 2.810 0.750 0.780 0.750 7034WA TGUAN-WA 0.780 -0.005 58 2.280 1.500 0.00 09/10/2019 0.260 0.050 0.060 0.055 5243WA VELESTO-WA 0.055 -0.010 1970.2 0.175 0.395 157.14 18/10/2024
019 0.264 0.018 0.055 0.050 7889WB THRIVEN-WB 0.055 Unch 2.1 0.180 0.480 197.22 05/10/2020 0.760 0.430 — — 7240WA VERTICE-WA 0.545 — — 0.810 0.500 29.01 31/03/2024
019 0.120 0.005 — — 7079WC TIGER-WC 0.020 — — 0.090 0.320 277.78 11/02/2021 0.355 0.100 0.175 0.165 0120WB VIS-WB 0.175 -0.005 166 0.440 0.750 110.23 16/11/2022
019 0.075 0.005 — — 486324 TM-C24 0.005 — — 2.650 5.550 110.57 31/01/2019 0.165 0.045 — — 0097CL VITROX-CL 0.045 — — 6.120 8.800 51.14 29/03/2019
019 0.155 0.005 — — 486325 TM-C25 0.005 — — 2.240 4.000 79.58 31/01/2019 0.160 0.050 — — 0097CM VITROX-CM 0.050 — — 6.120 8.000 40.52 28/06/2019
019 0.230 0.005 0.005 0.005 486326 TM-C26 0.005 Unch 160 1.300 3.500 170.77 30/01/2019 0.060 0.005 — — 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.005 — — 0.020 0.070 275.00 22/01/2020
019 0.170 0.010 — — 486327 TM-C27 0.010 — — 2.650 4.500 71.51 29/03/2019 0.068 0.005 — — 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.010 — — 0.020 0.070 300.00 08/07/2020
019 0.090 0.005 0.015 0.015 486328 TM-C28 0.015 0.005 0.2 2.650 4.000 52.64 31/05/2019 0.015 0.005 0.010 0.005 0069WE VIVOCOM-WE 0.010 Unch 311 0.020 0.050 200.00 22/08/2023
019 0.110 0.015 — — 486332 TM-C32 0.025 — — 2.650 3.600 40.09 29/03/2019 1.085 0.310 0.315 0.315 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.315 Unch 55 0.830 0.700 22.29 05/02/2022
019 0.165 0.050 — — 486333 TM-C33 0.065 — — 2.650 3.000 25.47 28/06/2019 0.135 0.010 — — 6963C3 VS-C3 0.010 — — 0.685 1.550 130.66 30/01/2019
020 0.050 0.020 0.030 0.030 486334 TM-C34 0.030 -0.005 96.4 2.650 3.200 24.15 31/07/2019 0.105 0.020 — — 6963C4 VS-C4 0.020 — — 0.685 1.750 167.15 31/01/2019
021 0.105 0.065 0.095 0.095 486335 TM-C35 0.095 -0.005 10 2.650 2.800 25.38 28/06/2019 0.060 0.015 — — 967914 WCT-C14 0.015 — — 0.670 1.250 93.28 29/03/2019
019 0.185 0.120 0.175 0.170 486336 TM-C36 0.170 -0.010 412 2.650 2.200 11.89 28/06/2019 0.065 0.040 — — 967915 WCT-C15 0.040 — — 0.670 1.050 74.63 24/04/2019
019 0.220 0.115 0.205 0.205 486337 TM-C37 0.205 -0.010 100.2 2.650 2.150 4.34 30/09/2019 0.080 0.075 — — 967916 WCT-C16 0.075 — — 0.670 0.850 60.45 20/05/2019
019 0.160 0.110 0.150 0.150 486338 TM-C38 0.150 -0.005 0.8 2.650 2.500 22.64 17/06/2019 0.320 0.045 0.050 0.045 9679WE WCT-WE 0.050 Unch 1055.2 0.670 2.080 217.91 27/08/2020
019 0.405 0.105 0.140 0.135 711333 TOPGLOV-C33 0.135 -0.015 210 5.650 5.500 5.71 29/03/2019 0.180 0.085 0.100 0.095 0162WA WIDAD-WA 0.100 -0.005 297 0.240 0.350 87.50 05/08/2023
019 0.250 0.055 — — 711334 TOPGLOV-C34 0.070 — — 5.650 6.000 12.39 31/01/2019 0.015 0.010 — — 0141WA WINTONI-WA 0.010 — — 0.035 0.100 214.29 23/02/2019
023 0.275 0.070 — — 711335 TOPGLOV-C35 0.080 — — 5.650 6.100 13.63 30/01/2019 0.210 0.055 — — 5246CW WPRTS-CW 0.130 — — 3.480 3.450 10.34 31/01/2019
021 0.185 0.060 — — 711336 TOPGLOV-C36 0.085 — — 5.650 6.500 24.07 27/02/2019 0.120 0.045 — — 5246CX WPRTS-CX 0.045 — — 3.480 4.200 24.57 24/04/2019
020 0.165 0.080 — — 711337 TOPGLOV-C37 0.090 — — 5.650 5.500 9.29 28/02/2019 0.150 0.095 0.095 0.095 5246CY WPRTS-CY 0.095 Unch 0.4 3.480 3.350 7.18 30/08/2019
022 0.235 0.080 0.105 0.100 711338 TOPGLOV-C38 0.100 -0.005 1.6 5.650 6.150 15.93 18/02/2019 0.431 0.070 — — 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.070 — — 0.200 0.380 125.00 28/10/2024
021 0.240 0.050 0.060 0.055 711339 TOPGLOV-C39 0.060 -0.010 240 5.650 6.440 21.42 28/02/2019 0.095 0.010 — — 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.010 — — 0.095 0.500 436.84 28/05/2020
019 0.185 0.100 0.105 0.105 711340 TOPGLOV-C40 0.105 -0.005 2253.8 5.650 5.900 17.43 26/03/2019 1.220 0.135 0.155 0.150 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.155 -0.010 157.3 0.350 0.500 87.14 24/06/2020
019 0.180 0.085 0.090 0.090 711341 TOPGLOV-C41 0.090 -0.015 125 5.650 6.000 14.16 28/06/2019 0.250 0.015 — — 467719 YTL-C19 0.015 — — 0.990 1.200 22.73 28/02/2019
024 0.245 0.120 0.150 0.145 711342 TOPGLOV-C42 0.150 Unch 3351.5 5.650 5.800 17.26 31/05/2019 0.195 0.055 — — 467720 YTL-C20 0.055 — — 0.990 1.150 27.27 30/01/2019
021 0.275 0.145 0.170 0.165 711343 TOPGLOV-C43 0.165 -0.010 800.4 5.650 5.880 18.67 17/06/2019 0.135 0.040 — — 467721 YTL-C21 0.050 — — 0.990 1.300 43.94 31/01/2019
018 0.145 0.110 0.130 0.125 711344 TOPGLOV-C44 0.130 Unch 1626 5.650 6.600 29.47 31/07/2019 0.200 0.065 — — 467722 YTL-C22 0.065 — — 0.990 1.180 32.32 29/03/2019
019 0.260 0.110 0.125 0.115 7173WB TOYOINK-WB 0.115 -0.020 3249 0.720 1.500 124.31 06/11/2023 0.105 0.005 0.005 0.005 6742C3 YTLPOWR-C3 0.005 Unch 1000 0.795 1.150 46.29 31/01/2019
019 0.270 0.110 0.135 0.130 7176WA TPC-WA 0.135 Unch 67.5 0.340 0.200 -1.47 19/01/2021 0.160 0.040 — — 6742C4 YTLPOWR-C4 0.045 — — 0.795 1.150 53.14 30/01/2019
019 0.035 0.005 — — 0118WB TRIVE-WB 0.005 — — 0.015 0.090 533.33 28/08/2020 0.085 0.005 — — 6742C5 YTLPOWR-C5 0.005 — — 0.420 1.300 210.71 31/05/2019
019 0.230 0.040 0.055 0.050 5401WA TROP-WA 0.055 -0.005 129.4 0.870 1.000 21.26 06/12/2019 0.045 0.005 — — 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.005 — — 0.030 0.250 750.00 25/01/2019
019 0.170 0.030 0.030 0.030 5042WB TSRCAP-WB 0.030 -0.005 16.1 0.355 0.700 105.63 28/12/2020
Please refer to the Bursa Malaysia website for the prices of loan stocks, bonds and overseas structure warrants
30 Markets T HU R SDAY DEC EM B ER 27, 2 0 1 8 • TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Insider moves (Filings on December 24, 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. US-China trade war shifts soybean destinations
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION China, normally the destination for 60% of all US soybean exports, slashed imports
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE
AIRASIA X 212,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 188,227,149 19/12
after raising traffics on US shipments on July 6. Shipments to other countries have
ASIA MEDIA GROUP (12,000,000) WONG SK 34,845,000 20/12 grown, including those to major soy exporter Argentina, now the top destination for
BUMI ARMADA (7,000,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 458,021,300 19/12 US soybeans.
COMPUTER FORMS (M) 1,950,500 TAN SRI DATO’ TAN HUA CHOON 26,267,117 21/12
CRG INCORPORATED 2,181,100 DATO SRI CHIANG FONG YEE 44,241,400 20 & 21/12
DIALOG GROUP 16,917,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 501,522,916 19/12
DIGI.COM (1,981,800) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,146,915,250 19/12
DRB-HICOM 662,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 189,904,397 18/12
DUFU TECHNOLOGY CORP (1,201,400) EVLI EMERGING FRONTIER FUND 12,658,700 12 - 14
18 - 21/12
EKOVEST 300,000 LIM SEONG HAI 155,099,300 21/12
FRASER & NEAVE (296,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 44,868,330 19/12
GLOBETRONICS TECHNOLOGY 239,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 80,784,329 19/12
HARTALEGA 320,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 214,421,600 19/12
HONG LEONG BANK 195,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 263,431,621 19/12
IGB REAL ESTATE (5,000,000) TAN CHIN NAM 1,906,844,518 19 - 21/12
INVESTMENT TRUST
IHH HEALTHCARE 2,662,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 739,273,900 19/12
IJM CORPORATION (450,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 529,544,018 19/12
IMASPRO CORPORATION 515,000 YU KUAN CHON 17,892,204 21/12
INARI AMERTRON (500,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 217,746,449 19/12
INTA BINA GROUP 655,200 LIM OOI JOO 229,664,650 19 - 21/12
IOI CORPORATION (626,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 785,749,973 19/12
IOI PROPERTIES GROUP 191,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 371,915,432 19/12
JAG 2,000,000 DATO’ NG AIK KEE 239,315,315 18/12
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG (698,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 128,640,688 19/12
LAFARGE MALAYSIA (248,200) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 60,709,799 19/12
Steel demand forecasts by region/country (finished steel products)
MALAYAN BANKING 50,000,000 PERMODALAN NASIONAL 829,639,203 20/12
MALAYAN BANKING (58,000,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEE 3,726,623,681 20/12
- AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
MALAYAN BANKING 362,300 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,444,945,796 19/12
MATRIX CONCEPTS 165,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 52,206,007 20/12
MERGE ENERBY 8,338,600 CERDIK CEMPAKA 18,953,600 20 & 21/12
PADINI 481,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 49,899,000 19/12
PETRONAS CHEMICALS GROUP (471,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 674,583,100 19/12
POS MALAYSIA (1,659,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 75,793,749 19/12
PUBLIC BANK 310,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 482,929,896 19/12
QL RESOURCES 3,915,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 100,704,360 19/12
S P SETIA 111,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 423,501,484 19/12
SERBA DINAMIK 610,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 100,891,700 19/12
SIME DARBY 399,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 669,485,275 19/12
SIME DARBY 270,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEE 2,927,870,400 19 & 20/12
- AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
SIME DARBY (250,000,000) PERMODALAN NASIONAL 307,872,474 19/12
SIME DARBY 905,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 669,086,075 17 & 18/12
SIME DARBY PROPERTY 443,400 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEE 2,983,131,400 20/12
- AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE (302,000) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEE 156,047,500 20/12
INVESTMENT TRUST - AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA Stocks closest to year high Stocks closest to year low
TA ENTERPRISE 1,001,400 DATUK TIAH THEE KIAN 683,027,000 19 & 20/12
STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME
TOP GLOVE CORPORATION 732,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 169,706,422 19/12 (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000) (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000)
UMS-NEIKEN GROUP 1,500,000 CHENG WONG 42,655,520 21/12 AIRASIAC71 0.135 0.110 0.135 446 HLT 0.150 0.145 0.145 159.9
WCT 250,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 123,356,309 19/12 AIRASIAC72 0.220 0.195 0.220 3157.4 COASTAL 0.830 0.800 0.800 185.2
While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an official record of shareholder AIRASIAC74 0.330 0.300 0.330 1116.8 TAS 0.190 0.190 0.190 5
filings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the official filings filed with TOPVISN 0.330 0.320 0.330 10 PMETAL-C14 0.110 0.100 0.100 80
Bursa Malaysia. Note: * denotes Ace Market
SP500-HF 1.360 1.300 1.300 149.1 PMETAL-C17 0.095 0.085 0.085 36.6
DIALOG-C41 0.115 0.100 0.110 5978.8 MITRA 0.240 0.225 0.230 2363.4
SP500-HG 1.370 1.300 1.310 110.1 SOP 2.060 1.960 1.960 570.2

Local events to watch out for today GLOTEC-WA


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RUBEREX
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51.8
NAIM-OR 0.005 0.005 0.005 4715 SCNWOLF 0.160 0.155 0.155 90
• Multi-Usage Holdings Bhd’s annual general • TFP Solutions Bhd’s extraordinary gen- HSI-C5I 0.605 0.605 0.605 1.5
JCBNEXT 1.340 1.340 1.340 0.4
meeting (AGM) at AVANI Sepang Goldcoast eral meeting (EGM) at Bukit Jalil Golf
GENTINGC58 0.045 0.035 0.040 945.1
Resort, Palm Ballroom 2, Jalan Pantai Bagan & Country Resort, Tioman Hall, Jalan PMETAL-C15 0.125 0.110 0.110 0.4
Lalang, Kampung Bagan Lalang, Sungai Pe- 3/155B, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur at DOMINAN-WA 0.090 0.060 0.090 229
lek, Selangor at 9 am. 10.30am. PANTECH-WA 0.050 0.045 0.045 202
• MCE Holdings Bhd’s AGM at Ponderosa Golf • Mexter Technology Bhd’s EGM at Bukit CAB-WA 0.340 0.300 0.330 126.5
and Country Club, Hop Sing II Hall, Jalan Kiara Equestrian and Country Resort, CSCENIC 1.080 1.070 1.080 12.3

Ponderosa 1, Taman Ponderosa, Johor Baru, Dewan Perdana, Jalan Damansara, Kua- This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
Johor at 9.30am. la Lumpur at 3pm. could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that
profit-taking activities could set in later.
could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


NZ EURO US SWISS BRITCANADA BRUNEI S’PORE AUS M’SIA CHINA BANGL’HDENMARK UAE INDON INDIA JAPANNORWAY PHIL QATAR SAUDI SWEDEN THAI HK
NZ $ 0.591 0.673 0.667 0.531 0.915 0.923 0.923 0.954 2.8133 4.637 56.448 4.416 2.473 9,809 47.171 74.442 5.925 35.699 2.450 2.525 6.104 21.933 5.272
EURO 1.691 1.138 1.127 0.897 1.548 1.561 1.561 1.613 4.7574 7.841 95.455 7.467 4.181 16,587 79.769 125.884 10.020 60.368 4.144 4.271 10.322 37.089 8.916
US $ 1.485 0.878 0.990 0.788 1.360 1.371 1.371 1.417 4.1790 6.888 83.850 6.559 3.673 14,570 70.070 110.579 8.802 53.028 3.640 3.751 9.067 32.580 7.832
SWISS FR 1.500 0.887 1.010 0.796 1.373 1.384 1.384 1.430 4.2195 6.954 84.663 6.623 3.708 14,711 70.749 111.651 8.887 53.542 3.675 3.788 9.155 32.896 7.908
STERLING £ 1.885 1.115 1.269 1.257 1.725 1.740 1.740 1.798 5.3027 8.740 106.397 8.323 4.660 18,488 88.912 140.313 11.168 67.287 4.619 4.760 11.505 41.340 9.938
CANADA $ 1.092 0.646 0.735 0.728 0.580 1.008 1.008 1.042 3.0735 5.066 61.669 4.824 2.701 10,716 51.534 81.327 6.473 39.000 2.677 2.759 6.668 23.961 5.760
BRUNEI $ 1.083 0.641 0.729 0.722 0.575 0.992 1.000 1.033 3.0481 5.024 61.159 4.784 2.679 10,627 51.108 80.655 6.420 38.678 2.655 2.736 6.613 23.763 5.712
SINGAPORE $ 1.083 0.641 0.729 0.722 0.575 0.992 1.000 1.033 3.0481 5.024 61.159 4.784 2.679 10,627 51.108 80.655 6.420 38.678 2.655 2.736 6.613 23.763 5.712
AUSTRALIA $ 1.049 0.620 0.706 0.699 0.556 0.960 0.968 0.968 2.9500 4.862 59.191 4.630 2.593 10,285 49.463 78.059 6.213 37.433 2.570 2.648 6.401 22.999 5.529
MALAYSIA RM 0.355 0.210 0.239 0.237 0.189 0.325 0.328 0.328 0.339 1.0000 1.648 20.065 1.570 0.879 3,487 16.767 26.461 2.106 12.689 0.871 0.898 2.170 7.796 1.874
100 CHINESE RMB 21.567 12.754 14.519 14.379 11.442 19.741 19.906 19.906 20.567 60.6740 1,217 95.235 53.325 211,540 1,017.337 1,605 127.789 769.906 52.848 54.464 131.642 473.022 113.710
100 BANGLAD’H TAKA 1.772 1.048 1.193 1.181 0.940 1.622 1.635 1.635 1.689 4.9839 8.214 7.823 4.380 17,376 83.566 131.877 10.497 63.242 4.341 4.474 10.813 38.855 9.340
100 DANISH KRONER 22.646 13.392 15.245 15.099 12.015 20.729 20.902 20.902 21.597 63.7100 105.00 1,278 55.993 222,125 1,068.24 1,686 134.18 808.43 55.49 57.19 138.23 496.69 119.40
100 UAE DIRHAM 40.444 23.917 27.227 26.966 21.457 37.020 37.329 37.329 38.570 113.7824 187.53 2,283 178.59 396,703 1,908 3,011 239.64 1,444 99.11 102.14 246.87 887.06 213.24
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.007 0.007 0.005 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.010 0.0287 0.047 0.575 0.045 0.025 0.481 0.759 0.060 0.364 0.025 0.026 0.062 0.224 0.054
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.120 1.254 1.427 1.413 1.125 1.940 1.957 1.957 2.022 5.9640 9.830 119.665 9.361 5.242 20,794 157.811 12.561 75.679 5.195 5.354 12.940 46.496 11.177
100 JAPAN YEN 1.343 0.794 0.904 0.896 0.713 1.230 1.240 1.240 1.281 3.7792 6.229 75.828 5.932 3.321 13,176 63.367 7.960 47.955 3.292 3.392 8.200 29.463 7.083
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 16.877 9.980 11.362 11.253 8.954 15.448 15.577 15.577 16.095 47.4800 78.254 953 74.525 41.729 165,539 796.110 1,256 602.485 41.356 42.621 103.016 370.160 88.983
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.801 1.657 1.886 1.868 1.486 2.564 2.585 2.585 2.671 7.8807 12.989 158.123 12.370 6.926 27,476 132.138 208.528 16.598 6.864 7.074 17.099 61.439 14.769
100 QATAR RIYAL 40.809 24.132 27.473 27.209 21.651 37.354 37.665 37.665 38.918 114.8077 189.221 2,304 180.204 100.901 400,278 1,925 3,038 241.802 1,457 103.058 249.095 895.054 215.162
100 SAUDI RIYAL 39.598 23.416 26.657 26.402 21.008 36.246 36.548 36.548 37.763 111.4014 183.606 2,235 174.857 97.907 388,402 1,868 2,948 234.628 1,414 97.033 241.704 868.498 208.778
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.383 9.688 11.029 10.923 8.692 14.996 15.121 15.121 15.624 46.0900 75.963 924.777 72.343 40.507 160,693 772.803 1,220 97.072 584.847 40.145 41.373 359.323 86.378
100 THAI BAHT 4.559 2.696 3.069 3.040 2.419 4.173 4.208 4.208 4.348 12.8269 21.141 257.367 20.133 11.273 44,721 215.072 339.408 27.015 162.763 11.173 11.514 27.830 24.039
100 HK$ 18.967 11.216 12.768 12.646 10.063 17.361 17.506 17.506 18.088 53.3587 87.943 1,070.621 83.752 46.895 186,035 894.680 1,412 112.381 677.081 46.477 47.898 115.771 415.991
Note: Run your finger down the left-hand side until you reach the country of origin you plan to exchange. Then move your finger until that line intersects with the vertical column of the currency you wish to buy. The figure is how much you will get. The above rates are subject to change and provided by Thompson Reuters.
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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
1980 1,671.00 90000 3.00 4.5
(-4.50) (-0.50) 3.78
(Unch)
1785 4.75 96.5
68000
3.5

1590 46000 -8.50 88.0


96.754
(+0.201) 2.5
1395 24000 -21.75 79.5

1200 2000 -35.00 71.0 1.5


Jan 4, 2010 Dec 26, 2018 Jan 4, 2010 Dec 26, 2018 Oct 2, 2006 Dec 26, 2018 Oct 1, 2000 Dec 26, 2018

KLCI futures end lower in line FBM KLCI futures US dollar totters as US Klibor
with negative performance INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
politics, Fed worries weigh MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contract on Bursa FBMKLCI 1,672.60 -11.22 52.3M The US dollar was down against most of MAR9 96.22 — — —
JUN9 96.22 — — —
Malaysia Derivatives closed lower yesterday DEC 18 1,671.00 -4.50 9,501 25,027 -4,234 its peers yesterday, pressured by a cocktail SEP9 96.22 — — —
in line with the negative performance on the JAN 19 1,674.00 -5.50 4,711 12,343 3,257
of negative factors including heightened DEC9 96.22 — — —
MAR 19 1,670.00 -4.00 103 508 -1
underlying cash market. JUN 19 1,662.00 -4.00 40 182 -3
concerns over a partial US government MAR0 96.22 — — —
December 2018 lost 4.5 points to 1,671; TOTAL shutdown and tension between the White JUN0 96.22 — — —
14,355 38,060 -981
SEP0 96.22 — — —
January 2019 slipped 5.5 points to 1,674; while House and the US Federal Reserve. DEC0 96.22 — — —
March 2019 and June 2019 declined four FUTURES DEC/JAN
ROLL OVER BID
3.5
OFFER
3.0
CLOSE
3.0
Fears of a US and global economic MAR1 96.22 — — —
points each to 1,670 and 1,662 respectively. slowdown have sent US 10-year yields JUN1 96.22 — — —
Turnover improved to 14,355 lots from FUTURES FAIR VALUE tumbling by around 25 basis points in SEP1 96.22 — — —
DEC1 96.22 — — —
14,159 lots on Monday and open interest CONTRACTDEC 18
DAYS TO EXPIRY
6
KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE
0.79 0.00 0.79
December, adding to the increasing strain MAR2 96.22 — — —
widened to 38,060 contracts from 36,967 JAN 19 37 5.70 0.27 5.43 on the US dollar and further darkening its JUN2 96.22 — — —
contracts previously. ROLL’S FAIR 4.64 outlook. SEP2 96.22 — — —
The underlying benchmark KLCI finished “Moderating US growth and political DEC2 96.22 — — —
MAR3 96.22 — — —
11.22 points weaker at 1,672.6. tensions are negative for the US dollar and
JUN3 96.22 — — —
The local market was closed yesterday we expect continued weakness,” said Sim SEP3 96.22 — — —
for the Christmas holiday. Moh Siong, currency strategist at Bank of JAN-00 — — — —
Most Southeast Asian stock markets Singapore. JAN-00 — — — —
closed lower yesterday, in line with a global volume trade due to year-end holidays. “I expect the biggest winner of global JAN-00 — — — —
TOTAL 0 0
equity rout that started last week, in low- — Agencies risk-aversion to be the yen.” — 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

3450 2,094 152500 5075 0.2839 0.525 121.25


1660 1,272.60
(RM2,618/tonne) (+4.70)
(-34)
43.05
(+0.52) 1340
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50

1950 53.75 1020


57500 2425 0.175
2,094
1200 (-34) 700
10000 20.00
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Dec 26, 2018 Apr 10, 2007 Dec 26, 2018 Aug 31, 2008 Dec 26, 2018
Jan 6, 2008 Dec 26, 2018

Palm oil falls more than CPO futures Oil rises to US$51 after steep Commodities

1% on firmer ringgit CONTRACT


JAN-19
LAST
2,010
CHANGE
-45
VOLUME
198
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
6,773 -277
slide; growth fears weigh AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,094 -34
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 517.00 -8.50
FEB-19 2,050 -39 2,149 27,018 -1,422
Malaysian palm oil futures fell more than Oil rose to US$51 a barrel yesterday on CORN USC/BSH CBOT 375.75 -2.75
MAR-19 2,094 -34 12,831 59,015 -2,424
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 881.00 -3.75
1% yesterday evening, extending falls into a APR-19 2,145 -26 4,125 48,225 -605 perceptions that a price slide to 2017 lows
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 515.25 1.25
fourth session, as the ringgit strengthened MAY-19 2,175 -17 1,934 33,059 -169 prompted by economic worries had been LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 122.78 0.08
while weakness in related edible oils also CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL overdone amid an Opec-led effort to tighten COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,303 13
weighed on the market. INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER FUTURES BASIS (USD) supply. COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 103.20 0.30
JAN/FEB -40 CURRENT -74.29
The ringgit, palm oil’s currency of trade, JAN/MAR -84 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -72.71
Crude has been caught up in wider SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 12.42 0.02
was last up 0.2% at 4.175 per US dollar. A JAN/APR financial market weakness as the US COTTON USC/IBS NYC 75.67 -0.29
-135 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -85.37
stronger ringgit usually makes palm oil more FEB/MAR -44 government shutdown, higher US interest METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 19,500 10S0
expensive for holders of foreign currencies. SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) rates and the US-China trade dispute COPPER USC/IBS CMX 2.6535 -0.0125
The benchmark palm oil contract SHIPMENT DAYS OCT’18 NOV’18 DEC’18 unnerved investors and exacerbated worries GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,272.60 4.70
for March delivery on Bursa Malaysia 1 - 10TH DAYS 352/308 352/307 312/299 over global growth. PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 789.60 -0.30
Derivatives was down 1.6% to RM2,094 a 1 - 15TH DAYS 552/539 552/549 600/524
Brent crude was up 51 US cents at PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 1,182.50 6.40
tonne at the close of trade. Earlier in the 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
912/891
1,085/1,096
823/793
1,074/1,040
879/847
—/974
US$50.98. It earlier fell to US$49.93, the SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 14.84 0.14
session, it fell to its weakest level since Dec FULL MONTH lowest since July 2017, and posted a 6.2% ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 13,835 45
1,428/1,394 1,241/1,250 —/—
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 20,425 115
14 at RM2,093. MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD slide in the previous session. US light crude
“December production is picking up ... AUG’18 SEP’18 OCT’18 NOV’18 was up 52 US cents at US$43.05. ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 43.05 0.52
Coupled with weak exports, a firmer ringgit PRODUCTION 1,622 1,854 1,965 1,845 “I think there is a little bit of over-extension HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 1.6590 0.0046
and weaker China’s Dalian Commodity EXPORT STOCKS
1,100
2,489
1,619
2,541
1,571
2,722
1,375
3,007
to the downside linked to global market fears,” NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 3.315 -0.108
Exchange (DCE) also weighed (on the palm said Olivier Jakob, analyst at Petromatrix. “It’s BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 50.98 0.51
MPOB palm oil physical
oil market),” said a Kuala Lumpur-based all about equities.” — Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 490.25 -23.75
futures trader, referring to related edible (IN RM/TON) DEC’18 JAN’19 FEB’19
CPO DELD 1,916 1,928 NO TRADE Centrifuged Latex
oils on DCE. PK EX-MILL NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE Rubber - M’sia SMR 20
Malaysian palm oil exports for Dec 1 to CPKO DELD 3,108 3,108 NO TRADE Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
Dec 25 declined from a month earlier, data RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
from cargo surveyors showed. RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE
Cargo surveyor Intertek Testing Services RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 374.50 1475 517.00
(-3.50)
reported a 2.5% drop on Tuesday, while MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) (-8.50)

inspection company AmSpec Agri Malaysia REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
said on Wednesday shipments fell 6.4%. NORTH 20.00% 395 19.00% 377 18.00% 358
In other related oils, the January soybean SOUTH 20.00% 409 19.00% 389 18.00% 370
500 625
oil contract on the DCE fell 1.3% and the DCE CENTRAL 20.00% 405 19.00% 386 18.00% 366
January palm oil contract declined 1.2%. EAST COAST 20.00% 395 19.00% 376 18.00% 357 300 200
SABAH 22.00% 387 21.00% 369 20.00% 352
— Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 392 21.00% 374 20.00% 356
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KLCI 1,672.60 11.22 FBM ACE 4,174.49 52.10 FTSTI 3,011.15 39.91 NIKKEI 19,327.06 171.32 HANG SENG 25,651.38 102.04 DOW JONES 21,792.20 653.17

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— Aristophanes
Daily top 20 active stocks
UNUSUAL MARKET ACTIVITIES TURNOVER CHANGE CHANGE PRICE PE DIVIDEND
FBM KLCI & KLCI futures intraday (‘000) (RM) (%) (RM) RATIO YIELD (%)
STOCK VOLUME CHANGE CHANGE CLOSE HIGH LOW SAPNRG 122,385.6 -0.025 -7.94 0.290 — 2.44
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) MYEG 57,419.0 0.055 6.29 0.930 41.67 1.94
Index point
1677.0 PA 18,965 0.00 0.000 0.055 0.055 0.045 PRESBHD 56,869.4 0.035 9.46 0.405 36.63 4.59
1,672.60
1674.9 (-11.22) DSONIC 16,630 5.62 0.025 0.470 0.490 0.410 HUBLINE 53,795.5 UNCH UNCH 0.040 9.52 0.00
1672.8 HUBLINE-WC 10,243 0.00 0.000 0.015 0.015 0.010 ARMADA 41,156.6 -0.005 -3.23 0.150 — 1.07
1670.7 HSI-H4O 10,146 8.57 0.030 0.380 0.390 0.370 HIBISCS 34,785.6 -0.025 -3.13 0.775 4.33 0.00
1668.6
1,671.00 REACH-WA 8,573 -13.33 -0.010 0.065 0.075 0.060 VS 31,764.1 -0.020 -2.84 0.685 8.09 5.53
(-4.50)
HIBISCS-WC 8,183 -5.80 -0.020 0.325 0.335 0.320 ATURMJU-PR 25,898.4 -0.005 -33.33 0.010 — 0.00
1666.5 KL Composite Index OCK-WA 7,412 -15.00 -0.015 0.085 0.100 0.085 SANICHI 25,580.4 UNCH UNCH 0.060 — 0.00
1664.4
HSI-C3X 7,406 -6.33 -0.025 0.370 0.375 0.360 SUMATEC 19,695.4 UNCH UNCH 0.010 — 0.00
1662.3 MTOUCHE 6,467 7.14 0.005 0.075 0.080 0.070 PA 18,965.0 UNCH UNCH 0.055 — 0.00
1660.2 KLCI futures
SP500-CG 6,000 -42.31 -0.165 0.225 0.275 0.195 GENM 18,411.3 -0.080 -2.64 2.950 — 3.63
1658.1 DIALOG-C41 5,979 0.00 0.000 0.110 0.115 0.100 PERMAJU 17,650.6 0.005 1.45 0.350 — 0.00
1656.0 SP500-CF 5,348 -40.00 -0.020 0.030 0.040 0.030 JAKS 16,865.0 -0.020 -4.00 0.480 1.89 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
SUPERMX-C52 5,267 -7.14 -0.010 0.130 0.135 0.115 DSONIC 16,629.9 0.025 5.62 0.470 12.50 7.87
TENAGA-C50 5,155 -12.50 -0.015 0.105 0.115 0.100 SEACERA 16,620.1 -0.010 -5.13 0.185 — 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI NAIM-OR 4,715 0.00 0.000 0.005 0.005 0.005 DNEX 14,195.7 -0.010 -4.26 0.225 8.27 2.13
FINTEC-PA 4,471 -16.67 -0.005 0.025 0.030 0.025 HUAAN 13,852.0 0.010 7.14 0.150 3.88 0.00
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day FGV 13,088.0 -0.025 -3.38 0.715 — 7.09
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 YONGTAI 13,063.9 -0.015 -4.11 0.350 22.26 0.00
traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
1,672.60 last 5 trading days. The table captures the build-up of interest in these companies and is thus a gauge of
(-11.22)
market expectations for these counters. Top gainers and losers (ranked by RM)
1727.5
UP

1425.0
1,671.83 KLCI 0.67% lower after oil, US CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

sentiment hit Asian shares DLADY


HEIM
62.000
20.360
2.100
0.480
UTDPLT
NESTLE
25.000
145.500
-0.800
-0.500
SP500-HF 1.300 0.270 TENAGA 13.540 -0.460
1122.5
F&N 32.000 0.220 PETGAS 18.780 -0.400
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI closed 11.22 points or SP500-HG 1.310 0.210 BAT 35.560 -0.340
820.0 0.67% down yesterday, spooked by sharp selling pressure GLOTEC-WA [ 0.130 0.125 PETDAG 26.200 -0.300
Jan 2, 2008 Dec 26, 2018 across US shares during Christmas eve on Monday amid GOPENG 0.650 0.100 KESM 7.580 -0.220
unnerving US political developments and world economic MAYBANK 9.350 0.090 GENTING 6.020 -0.210
900
growth concerns. AIRASIA 2.830 0.090 HLIND 8.670 -0.200
SEM 1.380 0.090 SP500-CG 0.225 -0.165
Crude oil’s price drop also hit Malaysian shares, which
600 LATITUD 3.890 0.090 JCBNEXT 1.340 -0.160
resumed trading today after markets were closed on Tuesday HTPADU 0.430 0.075 SAM 7.250 -0.160
300 for the Christmas holiday. Yesterday, the KLCI closed at
1,672.6 at 5pm after falling to its intraday low at 1,660.8. Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd senior analyst Kenneth Leong

 
Volume (’mil)
said weakness in Malaysian share trade yesterday was also due UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
to a general sell down across Asian stock markets after sharp
FBM KLCI futures selling pressure across Wall Street on Christmas eve. GLOTEC-WA 0.130 2,500.0 GAMUDA-C53 0.005 -75.00

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


Reuters reported that the S&P 500 Index tumbled to the E&O-WB 0.010 100.00 SIME-C26 0.010 -71.43
AIRPORT-CZ 0.010 100.00 SAPNRGC71 0.020 -55.56
DEC 18 1,671.00 -4.50 1,676.50 1,655.50 brink of a bear market on Monday as US stocks extended PUC-WB 0.015 50.00 FBMKLCI-C3Y 0.005 -50.00
JAN 19 1,674.00 -5.50 1,679.50 1,659.50 their steep sell-off in a pre-holiday-shortened session, with ASDION-WB 0.015 50.00 FBMKLCI-C5F 0.005 -50.00
MAR 19 1,670.00 -4.00 1,673.50 1,655.50
investors rattled by the US treasury secretary’s convening of MLAB-WA 0.015 50.00 NAIM-OR 0.005 -50.00
a crisis group and by other political developments. TM-C28 0.015 50.00 HIBISCS-CI 0.005 -50.00
FBM KLCI sensitivity* It was reported that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin CENSOF-WB 0.015 50.00 FGV-C58 0.005 -50.00

KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME called top US bankers on Sunday amid the pullback in stocks FGV-C60 0.015 50.00 PDZ-WB 0.005 -50.00
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) SCOMI-WB 0.015 50.00 AEM-WA 0.010 -50.00
MAYBANK 1.56 0.090 9.350 2528.7
and said he was calling a meeting of financial regulators to NETX 0.020 33.33 SP500-CG 0.225 -42.31
DIALOG GROUP 0.44 0.050 3.070 4509.8 discuss ways to ensure “normal market operations.” It was BORNOIL-WD 0.020 33.33 STERPRO-WA 0.015 -40.00
HONG LEONG BANK -0.27 -0.080 20.200 530.7 reported that investors also were grappling with the US Federal
TELEKOM MALAYSIA -0.29 -0.050 2.650 2829.6 Reserve (Fed) government shutdown and reports that US Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
PETRONAS DAGANG -0.47 -0.300 26.200 132.6 President Donald Trump privately discussed the possibility
DIGI.COM -0.49 -0.040 4.370 1517.0 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
PETRONAS CHEMICAL -0.50 -0.040 9.190 4750.2
of firing the Fed chairman. — by Syahirah Syed Jaafar CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
AXIATA GROUP -0.57 -0.040 3.980 783.3 GLOTEC-WA 0.130 2,500.0 GAMUDA-C53 0.005 -75.00
MISC -0.63 -0.090 6.270 589.9
World equity indices E&O-WB 0.010 100.00 SIME-C26 0.010 -71.43
GENTING MALAYSIA -0.75 -0.080 2.950 18411.3 AIRPORT-CZ 0.010 100.00 SAPNRGC71 0.020 -55.56
PRESS METAL -0.81 -0.130 4.670 576.8 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE PUC-WB 0.015 50.00 FBMKLCI-C3Y 0.005 -50.00
IHH HEALTHCARE -0.96 -0.070 5.390 1756.4
DOW JONES 21,792.20 -653.17 INDONESIA 6,127.85 -35.75 ASDION-WB 0.015 50.00 FBMKLCI-C5F 0.005 -50.00
PETRONAS GAS -1.24 -0.400 18.780 326.8
S&P 500 2,351.10 -65.52 JAPAN 19,327.06 171.32 MLAB-WA 0.015 50.00 NAIM-OR 0.005 -50.00
GENTING -1.28 -0.210 6.020 3298.4
NASDAQ 100 5,899.35 -147.20 KOREA 2,028.01 -27.00 TM-C28 0.015 50.00 HIBISCS-CI 0.005 -50.00
MAXIS -1.35 -0.110 5.240 776.2
FTSE 100 6,685.99 9.24 PHILIPPINES 7,450.01 -29.70 CENSOF-WB 0.015 50.00 FGV-C58 0.005 -50.00
TENAGA NASIONAL -4.10 -0.460 13.540 2427.9
AUSTRALIA 5,493.80 26.20 SINGAPORE 3,011.15 -39.91 FGV-C60 0.015 50.00 PDZ-WB 0.005 -50.00
SUB-TOTAL -11.71
CHINA 2,498.29 -6.53 TAIWAN 9,478.99 -48.10 SCOMI-WB 0.015 50.00 AEM-WA 0.010 -50.00
OTHERS 0.49
HONG KONG 25,651.38 -102.04 THAILAND 1,556.93 0.28 BORNOIL-WD 0.020 33.33 SP500-CG 0.225 -42.31
GRAND TOTAL -11.22
INDIA 35,649.94 179.79 VIETNAM 891.75 -6.19 SP500-HF 1.300 26.21 STERPRO-WA 0.015 -40.00
* How stock price changes affected the index on the previous trading day

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