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THURSDAY JULY 20, 2017 ISSUE 2454/2017

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DECISIONS France indicts two ex-bosses
in submarine graft case 13 H O M E
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Chairman
of Valiram
passes away
NAZIR URGES GOVT
TO SCRUTINISE
BENEFITS OF
5 HOME BUSINESS

Prestariang sees
strong growth
CHINESE-LED
from SKIN
6 HOME BUSINESS
DEALS
Malaysians shoul
shouldld
June inflation
continues to ease get away from
on lower oil prices excitement over
7 HOME BUSINESS
everything that is
large and sexy.
Malaysian ports Sulhi Azman has the
throughput growth
to remain at low story on Page 4.
single digits RAM
22 F E AT U R E

Wanda becomes
liability for AMC
Hong Kong skyscrapers worlds
as China woes
sink shares
most expensive, says Knight Frank
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Chairman of Valiram
ON EDGE T V IN BRIEF
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Singtels NetLink
makes unsurprising

passes away
tepid debut
SINGAPORE: NetLink NBN Trust
units closed steady at their offer
price yesterday, although ana-
lysts said the muted debut is not
a surprise given the large size
of the listing and that the out-
look for Singapores initial public
His entrepreneurial foresight steered the luxury brand to success offering (IPO) market remains
positive. The city-state has been
previously pegged as the likely
KUALA LUMPUR: The chairman of ing and opened the worlds first tex- hotspot for IPOs in Southeast
the retail specialist group Valiram, tile boutique at an airport. Valiram Asia in 2017 with sales of stakes
Datuk Jethanand Utumal Valiram Group is today one of the biggest in businesses and real estate in-
(pic), has passed away at the age retailers of luxury lifestyle brands vestment trusts, as volatile cur-
of 78. headquartered in Kuala Lumpur rencies and weak investor senti-
The company said in a media with operations in nine countries. ment curb deals elsewhere. The
release that he died peacefully in Up until his death, Mr Jethanand US$1.7 billion (RM7.29 billion)
The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd
New York on Tuesday surrounded remained involved in the business NetLink IPO, the largest in Singa-
(266980-X) by loved ones. He is survived by his as chairman and adviser (and) his pore in four years, is a shot in the
Level 3, Menara KLK, No 1 Jalan PJU 7/6, wife Datin Champa Kirpalani Vali- never-ending drive, determination arm for the Singapore Exchange
Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
ram, sons Sharan, Ashvin, Mukesh, and commitment to the enterprise that has been trying to attract
their wives and five grandchildren. is the standard that will stay with the more big-ticket IPOs. Reuters
Mr Jethanand was the great group, the company said.
Publisher and Group CEO Ho Kay Tat patriarch of the family whose en- Aside from business, Jethanand Transport ministry to
trepreneurial zeal and foresight has supported the Lakshmi Narayan study exible road
EDITORIAL seen the evolution of the Valiram Temple, the Lions and Rotary clubs tax payment
For News Tips/Press Releases enterprise, the release said. and was recognised as a leader of PUTRAJAYA: The transport min-
Tel: 03-7721 8219 Fax: 03-7721 8038
Email: eeditor@bizedge.com After the sudden death of his the Sindhi community. istry is keen to study the flexible
father, Jethanand was only 16 business into yarn manufacturing Eldest son Sharan said: He lived road tax payment system for
Editor-in-Chief Azam Aris when he had to take over the run- and re-exporting of fabric. a glorious life and went with much the future based on a motorists
Executive Editors Ooi Inn Leong, ning of the familys textile trade In 1996, together with his sons, he dignity. He is a legend and his life driving records following the
Kathy Fong, Jenny Ng, Diana Khoo
Senior Editors Cindy Yeap, business. He later diversified the steered Valiram into lifestyle retail- was a grand celebration. recent liberalisation of motor
Jose Barrock, Joyce Goh, insurance tariffs. Its minister Da-
Kang Siew Li tuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the
Associate Editors R B Bhattacharjee, initiative would benefit prudent
Vasantha Ganesan
Assistant Editors Adeline Paul Raj,
Tan Choe Choe, Ben Shane Lim,
Chua Sue Ann, Kharie Hisyam
Mercedes launches luxury pickup drivers based on their vehicle
condition, mileage and traffic
offence record. This flexible
Alimman, Kanagaraju S road tax payment system is an
Sithambaram
Chief Copy Editor Halim Yaacob BY COLIN M CCLELLAND incentive from the government
Senior Copy Editor Melanie Proctor to prudent drivers to reduce
Copy Editors Tham Yek Lee, JOHANNESBURG: Mercedes-Benz, their road tax rates, he told a
Tham Kid Cheng reeling from a massive recall over press conference after a sign-
Art Director Sharon Khoh
Chief Graphic Designer Cheryl Loh concerns about diesel emissions, is ing ceremony of a collaboration
Design Team Valerie Chin, stretching its refined image with its agreement between Atilze Dig-
Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville, first-ever pickup truck, betting that ital Sdn Bhd and U Mobile Sdn
Aminullah Abdul Karim, upscale car buyers are ready for an Bhd here yesterday. Bernama
Noorain Duasa, Tun Mohd Zaan
Mohd Zaabah open-bed hauler with leather seats,
oak trim and Autobahn handling. Khazanah launches
EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION The X-Class, priced starting at RM581m block in CIMB
Manager Katherine Tan 37,300 (RM184,467) in Germa- SINGAPORE: State-owned
Senior Coordinator Maryani Hassan
ny, will reach dealerships in the investment firm Khazanah
CORPORATE brands home country starting in According to Mercedes-Benz, the new X-Class will be the worlds rst true premium
Nasional Bhd has launched a
Chief Operating Ocer November and then be rolled out pickup truck. Photo by Bloomberg
RM571 million to RM581 mil-
Lim Shiew Yuin to South Africa, Australia and New lion block in Malaysias CIMB
ADVERTISING & MARKETING
Zealand in 2018 and Latin America in the RM6.31 to RM6.42 per
To advertise contact the following year. Mercedes is targeting the midsize Dieter Zetsche said in a statement. share range. The price repre-
GL: (03) 7721 8000 The Mercedes model will be pickup at wealthy clients who like Daimler anticipates that de- sents a 0% to 1.7% discount
Fax: (03) 7721 8288 available initially with two diesel quad biking and sailing. mand for midsize trucks will to the pre-deal close. Around
Chief Commercial Ocer
Sharon Teh (012) 313 9056 options as well as a gasoline engine. With the X-Class, we will open grow by 43% over the next dec- 90.5 million shares, or 1% of the
General Manager The top-of-the-line V6 diesel will this segment to new customer ade to about 3.2 million vehicles. share capital, are being sold in
Kingston Low (012) 278 5540 be available as of mid-2018. groups, chief executive officer Bloomberg the block. There is undisclosed
Senior Sales Managers upsize option depending on the
Fong Lai Kuan (012) 386 2831
Gregory Thu (012) 376 0614 response to the offer. There is a
Kamalesan Parama (012) 394 4855 60-day lock-up on Khazanah,
Michael Tan (012) 213 0252 Shareholders reject Hengans takeover oer for Wang-Zheng which owns 29.1% of CIMB.
Creative Marketing CIMB and JP Morgan are joint
Chris Wong (016) 687 6577
Head of Marketing Support & Ad Trac BY W ONG EE LIN & S AM ANTHA HO Sdn Bhd, and three others. The offer for the KUB shares at bookrunners. Reuters
Lorraine Chan (03) 7721 8001 On July 10, independent advis- 35 sen per share by Temasek Padus
Email: advertising@bizedge.com KUALA LUMPUR: Chinas Hengan er Affin Hwang Investment Bank indirect wholly-owned unit An- GUC to focus on Fourth
International Group Co Ltds uncon- Bhd deemed the takeover offer as chorscape Sdn Bhd closed yesterday. Industrial courses
OPERATIONS
To order copy ditional mandatory takeover offer not fair and not reasonable and Anchorscapes stake in the group PUTRAJAYA: A university col-
Tel: 03-7721 8034 / 8033 for the remaining shares it doesnt advised shareholders to reject it as stands at 52.18% after including the lege is to be set up in Malaysia
Fax: 03-7721 8282 own in Wang-Zheng Bhd has been Wang-Zheng shares were relatively additional 0.01%, said Kenanga In- with courses dedicated to de-
Email: hotline@bizedge.com rejected by the latters shareholders. liquid and would remain traded on vestment Bank Bhd in a statement. sign-thinking focused on the
TheEdgeProperty.com At an offer price of RM1.14 per Bursa Malaysia. It added that the Affin Hwang, in its independent Fourth Industrial Revolution,
Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief
share, Hengan only obtained ac- offer price represented a discount advice to KUB shareholders, had said Datuk Seri Najib Razak. The
Au Foong Yee ceptances for 3,000 shares when the of 25.49% to the then last traded advised them to reject the offer as prime minister said the setting
Editor Lam Jian Wyn offer closed yesterday, said AmIn- price of RM1.53. it is not fair and not reasonable up of the so-called Genovasi Uni-
Contributing Editor Sharon Kam vestment Bank in a notice issued Yesterday, Wang-Zheng shares because the stock was trading at a versity College (GUC) had the
Assistant Editor James Chong
on behalf of Hengan. closed at RM1.38, with a market much higher price. It fixed the fair approval of the higher educa-
MARKETING & ADVERTISING That leaves Hengan with the capitalisation of RM218.84 million. value of KUB shares at RM1.59 each. tion ministry. The college would
Associate Account Director, same 50.4% stake in Wang-Zheng, Meanwhile, Temasek Padu Sdn Temasek Padu had earlier exer- reach out to a wider audience
Advertising & Marketing which it acquired after buying 80 Bhd has only managed to secure an cised its right to buy a 22.55% equity and position Malaysia as a hub
Heidee Ahmad (019) 388 1880
million shares in the company in additional 59,279 shares represent- interest in KUB from the Minister to promote design-thinking, he
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT June from the then largest share- ing a 0.01% stake via its takeover of Finance Inc for RM43.91 million said in his speech at the Perdana
Senior Manager Elizabeth Lay holder, Wang-Zheng Resources offer for KUB Malaysia Bhd shares. or 35 sen per share. Putra Complex here. Bernama
4 HOME BUSINESS T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Dont get punch-drunk


Nazir urges govt to over Belt and Road,
Munir urges Malaysia
scrutinise benefits BY S U LH I A Z MA N Referring to what happened

of Chinese-led deals
during the Asian financial crisis
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia should 1997/1998, Munir also said foreign
not get punch-drunk in the Chi- investment-led projects should be
na-led US$80 billion (RM343.2 bil- able to generate the relevant cash
lion) Belt and Road Initiative and flow to service the debts raised.
believe the country will automatical- The lesson [from the crisis] is,
ly benefit from it, said CIMB Asean when you take loans, not only must
Research Institute (Cari) chairman you have the necesary cash flow,
Msians should not get excited about everything large and sexy Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid.
The seasoned economist said like
but you must also have foreign-de-
nominated earnings to service the
any proposed investment, the Belt debts, said Munir.
BY SU LHI A ZMA N and Road also known as the One On whether debts from loan-
Belt, One Road (Obor) initiative backed projects could raise the gov-
KUALA LUMPUR: Prominent needs to be thorougly scrutinised to ernments contingent liability, Munir
banker Datuk Seri Nazir Razak ensure that it will be in Malaysias said, the government must look at
has called on the government to best interest. its accounts to determine what it
scrutinise Chinese-led invest- We must not be overwhelmed by can, or cannot sustain [the debts].
ments in Malaysia that are part of the sheer size of the Belt and Road Meanwhile, Caris senior fellow
the expansive One Belt, One Road and think that good things are going and managing director of Hong
(Obor) initiative, particularly the to happen automatically. We must Kong-based Asia Analytica Paul-
600km-long East Coast Rail Line look at which part of it will work for ine Loong noted that the private
(ECRL) project. Malaysia, and inevitably for Asean, sector particularly in China and
Nazir, who is the chairman of Munir told reporters yesterday after abroad has held back from the
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, the attending Caris Asean Roundtable Belt and Road, primarily due to the
country's second-largest lender (From left) Miti senior principal assistant director Unny Shankar, University of Malaya Series that was organised in collabo- lack of funding and prioritisation
by assets, said the RM55 billion research fellow Dr Zhang Miao, Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute chief executive ocer ration with the Asean Business Club. of projects.
ECRL project should be thoroughly Tan Sri Dr Michael Yeoh, Munir, and Nazir at the CIMB Asean roundtable meeting on Chinas Having said that, Munir acknowl- There is much hype around the
scrutinised as the project should Belt and Road Initiative in Asean in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Photo by Suhaimi Yusuf edged that the Belt and Road will topic but little in the way of specif-
not be solely measured in terms provide the impetus to generate ics. A clear medium- to long-term
of investment scale, but also in its greater economic value to Asean. Belt and Road blueprint would go
value proposition. You could find that [the estab- from Dungun to Tumpat. Themed Chinas Belt and Road a long way towards strengthening
I think it is very important lishment of ] Xiamen University Nazir urged the government to Initiative in Asean: economic oppor- the private sectors confidence and
that we get away from this tradi- [campus in Sepang, Selangor] is review the countrys negotiations tunities and Asean centrality, the making the initiative a success in
tional Malaysian excitement for more valuable than the ECRL pro- with China to ensure that Malaysia roundtable was attended by over Asean and other countries involved,
everything that is large and sexy. ject. There are various methodolo- will get the best out of the deal. 60 participants comprising govern- she added.
That is very dangerous, Nazir said gies that can do this, he said, adding What are the lessons that we ment officials, business executives, Going forward, Munir said Ase-
at the roundtable on "Chinas Belt that upcoming investments should have learnt across the 60 countries academicians and students. an needs to carefully balance its
and Road Initiative in Asean: eco- be focused on the crowding-out that have experiences in negoti- According to the latest estimates centrality with the economic gains
nomic opportunities and Asean effect, social and environmental ating with the public and private by Citi Research in a July 3 report, from the Belt and Road.
centrality" yesterday. The event implications. China, he said. Chinas investments in Malaysias China, ranked by the Interna-
was organised by CIMB Asean Re- Nazir also questioned the pro- Nazir also noted that Malaysia planned port and railway projects tional Monetary Fund as the worlds
search Institute in collaboration jects loan repayment. should learn lessons from the 1997 over the next two decades could be largest economy by purchasing pow-
with the Asean Business Club. Are we generating enough tax Asian financial crisis. as much as RM400 billion or 32% of er parity, in 2015 invested close to
[The] ECRL is very beneficial, revenue to pay for it? Ive not seen This year is the 20th anniver- the countrys expected gross domes- US$8.3 billion in Asean, according
no doubt about it. But are the ben- the cash flow. Otherwise it is going sary of the Asian financial crisis. tic product (GDP) in 2017. to data compiled by Cari.
efits, say [is it] worth RM10 billion to flush in the government fund and What caused it? It is the infrastruc- Citi Research also noted that Data from Malaysia Investment
or RM60 billion? Thats a funda- suddenly, we are going to get a huge ture debt. Isnt there a risk? This these investments from China may Development Authority (Mida)
mental question. Just because it is debt pile, he said. (Obor) is going to create huge in- understate the extent of Chinese in- showed that China is currently the
an Obor initiative and it [construc- In November last year, Malaysia frastructure debts in the 60 coun- volvement in the Malaysian econo- largest foreign investor in the coun-
tion contract has been awarded] to had sealed a deal to build the ECRL tries, he said. my, but overstate the impact on GDP try. In 2016, Mida approved a total
China; is Malaysia getting it at the with China Communication Con- Nobody will not dare not to growth or demand for the ringgit. of 33 China-led projects valued at
right price? he said. struction Co Ltd, with financing via repay China. Therefore, the risk On rising Chinese investments RM4.8 billion, almost double 2015s
Nazir suggested the govern- soft loans from the Export-Import will eventually end up in sover- in Malaysia, Munir said it does not tally of 17 projects worth RM1.9
ment, through the international Bank of China. eign balance sheet and then we matter whether the fund comes in billion.
trade and industry ministry (Miti), It was reported that the project have a problem. If this happens the form of debt or equity, as long Last November, 14 business
to come up with a measure that would have three phases from in many countries, then we have as the project works. agreements worth a record RM144
takes into account the value of Port Klang to the Integrated Trans- an Asian problem. That is one We should not have an aversion billion were signed between Malay-
the upcoming Chinese-led invest- port Terminal (ITT) in Gombak, caution that we need to bring to insofar as the investment is con- sian and Chinese firms during Prime
ments in the country. from ITT Gombak to Dungun, and the table, he added. cerned, whether it is from China or Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razaks
wherever, he said. official six-day visit to China.

CapitaLand sees unchanged NPI for 2017 amid poor consumer sentiment
BY SA N G EETHA A MA RTHALINGAM Land Malaysia Mall REIT Manage- 0.4% dip in NPI to RM59.8 million lion from RM185.7 million. za. It has a total net lettable area of
ment Sdn Bhd (CMRM). from RM60 million a year earlier due Low said some of the lease renew- 3.1 million sq ft. As at June 30, total
KUALA LUMPUR: CapitaLand Ma- Low said the flattish net property to lower contribution from its Klang als could face renewal pressure, but asset size amounted to RM4.1 billion
laysia Mall Trust (CMMT) expects its income (NPI) growth projection ex- Valley shopping malls which was they would be dealt with on a case- while total asset value stood at RM3.9
net profit income for 2017 to be little cludes one of its Klang Valley prop- mitigated by stronger performance by-case basis. In the first quarter, the billion, with a property yield of 6.1%.
changed from 2016 due to poor con- erties, Sungei Wang Plaza, which re- from Gurney Plaza in Penang and rental reversion stood at -12.4%, she Low hoped to maintain CMMTs
sumer sentiment and a flattish rental corded a rental reversion of -33.8% East Coast Mall in Kuantan. Distribu- said. For the second half, CMMT has occupancy level above 95% (it record-
reversion for leases up for review. in the first half of 2017 (1H17). We tion per unit slipped 1% to 2.06 sen 480 leases (with a gross rental income ed a rate of 95.8% as at June 30) with
In the second half of 2017, the hope to reduce it to 20% to 30% in from 2.08 sen in the second quarter of RM8.4 million) up for renewal. This stable shopper traffic.
prevailing cautious consumer senti- the second half. However, sales-wise, of 2016. Gross revenue fell 0.2% to is out of 728 leases (RM12.3 million) We will continue looking at re-
ment will persist. Hopefully, it would there has been an improvement and RM91.8 million from RM92 million identified for renewal in 2017. configuration opportunities of the
pick up towards the end of the year has stabilised year-on-year for the previously. For 1H17, NPI fell 0.9% to Besides Gurney Plaza and East properties but our focus is on im-
(though) I dont see any improvement first five months this year, she told RM119.5 million from RM120.6 mil- Coast Mall, CMMTs properties are in proving our shopping mall offerings
in the cost of living at this juncture, reporters after the release of CMMTs lion a year earlier, while DPU dropped the Klang Valley, namely The Mines, and rewarding shoppers and buyers,
said Low Peck Chen, chief executive second-quarter results yesterday. 1.4% to 4.14 sen from 4.2 sen. Gross Tropicana City Mall and City Office to improve footfall and not just im-
officer of CMMTs manager, Capita- For the quarter, CMMT posted a revenue eased 0.8% to RM184.3 mil- Tower, and 62% of Sungei Wang Pla- proving NPI, she said.
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 5

Bright Packaging

Prestariang sees strong plans one-for-four


bonus issue

growth from SKIN


KUALA LUMPUR: Bright Packaging
Industry Bhd is planning to under-
take a bonus issue on the basis of
one bonus share for four existing
shares held (one-for-four), to re-
ward its shareholders and enhance
the trading liquidity of its shares.
The exercise will involve up to
Group expects it to contribute positively by FY21 55.49 million new shares, which will
be issued to shareholders whose
names appear in its record of de-
BY N E I LY SYA FI QA H EU SOFF March 31, 2017 (1QFY17), Pre- iang Services Sdn Bhd and the zero risk for the government positors on an entitlement date to
stariangs net profit climbed home affairs ministry. through the build, operate, main- be fixed, it said in a Bursa Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: Information 5.93% to RM3.22 million from SKIN CEO Raja Azmi Adam tain and transfer method under filing yesterday.
and communications technolo- RM3.04 million a year earlier. said SKIN is a new border control the public-private partnership, The proposed bonus issue will
gy firm Prestariang Bhd expects Revenue rose 7.9% to RM43.9 system to replace the current core said Abu Hasan. be capitalised from its share pre-
strong earnings growth over the million against RM40.69 million system used by the Immigration Payment to Prestariang will mium and retained earnings, at 50
next few years driven by the Na- in 1QFY16. Department of Malaysia called commence upon full commis- sen per bonus share, or RM27.74
tional Immigration Control System For SKIN, the group plans to MyIMMS. sioning of SKIN, with an average million in total.
(SKIN) project, EduCloud platform raise about RM1 billion via a sukuk It is a government-led initia- annual payment of RM294.7 mil- The exercise, in addition to
and its existing businesses. and term loan to fund the project, tive, as the current system needs lion for 12 years (from the fourth RM150,000 of estimated expenses,
SKIN and EduCloud are the for which the group has secured to be refreshed and rebranded to the 15th year) during the main- could cancel out its share premium
groups new businesses while a 15-year concession agreement because some of the technolo- tenance and technical operations which stood at RM15.58 million as
software, training and University from the government. gies used are old and things have period. at Feb 28, and reduce its retained
Malaysia of Computer Science & We need RM1 billion. That is changed, he said. Payment from the government earnings of RM17.22 million after
Engineering are its existing busi- why we are going to the market to PSKIN will undertake the plan- would only commence after three adding dividends paid by its subsidi-
nesses. raise the money and even talking ning, design, financing, develop- years, upon the full commission aries yesterday to the unaudited bal-
Prestariang chief executive of- to bankers. ment, customisation, supply, de- of the system, he added. ance as at Feb 28 by as much as
ficer (CEO) Dr Abu Hasan Ismail We will be able to do it very livery, installation, configuration, Meanwhile, he also explained RM12.31 million to RM4.91 million.
said SKIN is a concession business quickly simply because it is a good integration, interfacing, testing that EduCloud is a talent platform As at yesterday, Bright Packag-
expected to contribute positively project, as it is a concession busi- and commissioning of SKIN, as to empower entrepreneurship, ed- ing's issued share capital stood at
to the group by its financial year ness with assured payment from well as carry out maintenance ucation and e-commerce. RM82.13 million comprising 164.26
ending Dec 31, 2021 (FY21) and the government. services on the system. The group has targeted to million shares. On completion of the
beyond with stable and recurring Abu Hasan said the group is The initial phase from 2018 launch a pilot project for Edu- exercise, this share base could rise
income. looking at issuing a sukuk and di- to 2020 is the development pe- Cloud in the fourth quarter this to as much as RM157.20 million,
By that time (FY21), obvious- rect term loan instead of a private riod through a combination of in- year in collaboration with promi- comprising 277.47 million shares.
ly our top line and bottom line placement or rights issue house as well as joint devel- nent cloud services providers such It expects the proposed exercise
will be good and positive. That because the latter would opments with key partners. as AliBaba Cloud, Amazon Web to be completed by the third quarter
is where we actually will see the take a longer time. From 2021, mainte- Services and Microsoft. of this year.
money come in. Prestariang an- nance services will kick EduCloud is targeted to be the Bright Packaging shares closed
SKIN also serves as a catalyst nounced on Tuesday it in with most of the ser- next phase of transformational 0.5 sen higher at 31 sen, with a
for the group to venture into the had inked the 15-year vices managed in-house. business and it acts as a catalyst market capitalisation of RM50.92
regional market, he said at a me- concession agreement It is considered as for the groups talent platform. million.
dia briefing yesterday. with the government. It (EduCloud) will also be new
Meanwhile, for FY18, Abu The RM3.5 billion Abu Hasan: We need RM1 potential revenue in future, he
Hasan said the group expects a deal was signed by PSKIN billion. That is why we are said.
revenue growth of 25% for the
software and services segment
a wholly-owned unit
of Prestariang s
going to the market to
raise the money and
Prestariangs share price closed
19 sen or 7.98% lower at RM2.19,
Euro Holdings to
and up to 100% for training and 70%-owned even talking to the with 7.39 million shares traded raise RM4.5m in
certification. subsidiary bankers. Photo by and a market capitalisation of
For the first quarter ended Prestar- Shahrin Yahya RM1.06 billion. private placement
BY S UL H I A Z MA N

Prestariang shares down 8.9% despite SKIN deal KUALA LUMPUR: Euro Holdings
Bhd has proposed to raise up to
BY A H M A D N AQ I B I D RI S to hold, with a lower fair value for the SKIN project. RM4.5 million via a private place-
of RM2 per share. Prestariang Bhd Prestariangs effective stake ment exercise to pay its contractors,
KUALA LUMPUR: Prestariang AmInvestment Bank analyst RM in SKIN could fall further if the suppliers and consultants involved
Bhds share price dropped as Lavis Chong said that the re- 2.5 company sells a direct stake in in its condominium project in Alam
much as 8.9% yesterday despite search house had also factored SKIN. However, Prestariang has Damai, Cheras.
finally securing the concession in a potential share dilution in its indicated it would ultimately own Estimated to have a gross devel-
2.3
agreement for the National Im- downgrade, in the event Prestar- more than a 60% stake in SKIN, opment value of RM215 million, the
migration Control System (SKIN). iang carries out an equity-raising wrote Foo in a note yesterday. 322-unit Vista Damai project was
The counter closed 19 sen or exercise to fund the project. 2.1 Nevertheless, he said the pro- launched in March 2016 with com-
7.98% lower at RM2.19 yester- Noting that Prestariang is con- ject could potentially offer high- pletion expected within three years.
day, following trades of 7.39 mil- sidering an 80:20 debt-to-equity RM2.19 er-than-expected construction Euro Holdings said it will raise
lion shares; it was down 21 sen ratio as the funding structure for 1.9 and concession earnings com- the cash by issuing up to 24.3 mil-
earlier to touch an intraday low SKIN, AmInvestment estimated pared with the research houses lion shares, equivalent to 10% of its
of RM2.17. The stock spiked to that the project would require a previous forecast. issued and paid-up capital, which
RM2.38 on Monday, up 15% from capital expenditure of RM900 1.7 This is due to potential cost will be at a discount of not more
RM2.07 on July 4. million. July 19, 2016 July 19, 2017 savings as the government wants than 10% that will be determined
On Tuesday, Prestariang an- This means the group may a major part of the project to be at a later date.
nounced its 70%-owned subsidiary have to raise RM180 million in done locally, instead of in France The board, after having consid-
Prestariang Skin Sdn Bhd (PSKIN) equity. Assuming RM2 as the While CIMB Investment Bank by Prestariangs main technology ered all aspects, is of the opinion
had inked a 15-year concession offer price for its equity-raising Bhd analyst Nigel Foo said the partner, Thales Communications that the proposed private place-
agreement with the government exercise, there would be a poten- SKIN development was positive & Security SAS, he said. ment is in the best interest of the
for SKIN, based on a build, oper- tial dilution from the issuance of for the company, he too pointed This could result in a high- group and its shareholders, the
ate, maintain and transfer method. 90 million new shares. out that the reduced effective er-than-expected IRR (internal sofa maker and property developer
The announcement of Prestar- All in, the reduction in project stake was a negative surprise to rate of return) compared with said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.
iangs 70% stake in the project ownership from 100% to 70%, the research firm. our earlier 13% IRR forecast, Euro Holdings expects to com-
as opposed to full ownership coupled with the potential di- The remaining 30% of SKIN said Foo. plete the corporate exercise within
took AmInvestment Bank Bhd lution from new share issuance, will be owned by the three found- As such, the bank kept its the third quarter of this year.
by surprise, resulting in a down- has contributed largely to our re- ers and brains of the SKIN pro- add call on the stock with an Its share price closed down 0.5
grade to its buy call on the stock duction in fair value, he added. ject, it said, who are still working unchanged target price of RM3. sen or 2.5% at 19.5 sen yesterday,
with a market capitalisation of
RM47.39 million.
6 HOME BUSINESS T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

June inflation continues mTouche inks


partnership to
develop digital

to ease on lower oil prices media platform


BY S A MA N T H A H O

KUALA LUMPUR: mTouche


Technology Bhd has teamed up
with a software firm to jointly
Economists expect Bank Negara to keep OPR at 3% till year end develop and market a digital
media and infotainment plat-
form for information technol-
BY SYAHIRAH SYED JAAFAR said Ambank Group chief econo- and weak ringgit translating into ogy and mobile channels.
mist Anthony Dass. Malaysias CPI higher import prices. CIMB kept The mobile services and dig-
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysias head- Junes inflation data supports 6
% y-o-y its full-year headline inflation fore- ital media company said it has
line inflation, as measured by the our view that the central bank (Bank cast at 3.5%. signed a master collaboration
consumer price index (CPI), mod- Negara Malaysia or BNM) will not 5 ForexTime (FXTM)s research partnership with Advanced Plat-
erated to 3.6% year-on-year (y-o-y) reprice its 3% overnight policy rate analyst Lukman Otunuga said the form Sdn Bhd to develop soft-
in June compared with 3.9% y-o-y (OPR) anytime soon. We expect infla- 4 m-o-m easing of the inflation level ware-as-a-service and platform-
in May, on the back of lower en- tion to average around 3.7% to 3.9% 3.6 to 3.6% in June points to signs of as-a-service offerings.
ergy prices. in the second half (2H17) from the 3 improving price stability. The entertainment-related
On a month-on-month (m-o-m) 4.1% average in the first half (1H17). With consumer prices stabilis- mobile platform, targeted at
basis, the CPI eased for the third This brings the 2017 inflation 2 1.1 ing for the third month in a row and mTouches existing customers
straight month and stayed below average to around 3.9% to 4% on the falling within BNMs 2017 3% to 4% in Southeast Asian and Hong
4% for the second month in a row. back of our stable ringgit outlook 1 target, inflationary pressures may be Kong markets, is expected to
July
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
March
April
May
June
Year to date, inflation was up 4.1% against the US dollar of 4.3 to 4.33 a theme of the past, he said, adding reach critical mass of more than
from a year earlier. Transport price [in terms of] full-year average, and inflationary pressures may continue 10 million users within five years.
2016 2017
inflation softened in June to 10.5% average global crude oil prices for to ease further moving forward as the The alliance between the
Source: Reuters
y-o-y from 13.1% y-o-y in May, ac- 2017 of around US$50 (RM214.50) ringgit continues to recover amid im- companies is expected to deliver
cording to the Statistics Department per barrel, said Dass. proving sentiment and confidence a continuous stream of offerings
in a statement yesterday. However, he said there are still the OPR would likely be kept un- in Malaysias economy. i.e. services over 18 months, with
The average price of one litre risks inflation may rise further. The changed at 3% till year end, with Core inflation, a measure of un- the first wave of offerings slated
of RON95 petrol was RM2 in June risk of the ringgit weakening can- the latter noting that the brisk ta- derlying inflation, edged lower to for a phased release in the fourth
2017 compared with RM1.70 in June not be ruled out. Global crude oil pering of headline inflation with 2.5% in June, from 2.6% in May. quarter of 2017, mTouche said
2016. As for RON97, the average prices could become more volatile. stable core inflation suggests that Earlier this month, BNM said core in a statement
price increased to RM2.27 in June The banks no-OPR-change as- demand-driven price pressures inflation will be sustained by more Under the agreement, both
2017 compared with RM2.05 in June sumption suggests the economy are muted, hence relieving pres- robust domestic demand but is ex- companies are expected to
2016, it said. Fuels and lubricants risks being in negative real returns sure on the central bank to guard pected to remain contained. make mutual commitments
for personal transport equipment for 2017, he said. In the past, we against inflation. If stronger domestic demand and investments in technolo-
accounted for 7.8% of the CPI. have seen a 25 basis points (bps) Furthermore, the economy has and wage pressures tilt inflation gy, product development and
Food and non-alcoholic drinks, rate hike when negative returns picked up, with the ringgit seeing risks higher, this could trigger a marketing for the platform.
which contributed the most to the lasted fairly long. For now, we main- some stabilisation, said RHB Bank, more hawkish tone from BNM, po- mTouche will invest addi-
CPI at 30.2% of its weightage in tain our 45% chance for a 25bps which expects inflation to average tentially raising the OPR next year, tional resources and funding to
June, saw a 4.3% y-o-y increase rate hike sometime in the fourth 3.5% in 2017, compared with 2.1% said UOB Malaysia economist Ju- help accelerate time-to-market
from 4.4% in May, amid a slower quarter of 2017, with room to raise in 2016, on account of generally lia Goh. for the platform, with specif-
rise in the prices of food. the probability should incoming higher fuel prices compared with Goh expects inflation to moderate ic cloud-based solution and
Besides lower fuel prices, Junes data justify such a need, he added. last year, the removal of subsidies towards 3.2% to 3.4% in 2H17, bring- services for the media and en-
easing was also due to moderate Similarly, both RHB Bank and on prices of selected administered ing full-year inflation to 3.6%, in line tertainment industry, it said.
food price and flat non-food prices, CIMB Investment Bank believe goods, [and] higher business costs with BNMs forecast of 3% to 4%. As part of the commercial
cooperation, Advanced Plat-
form brings to the partnership
[an] extensive experience and
will offer mTouche the prov-

MLabs share price seesaws after Chinese deal en CompuRex Dash advance
technology, [a] secured data-
base solution, artificial intelli-
gence data analytic tools and
BY SA MA N THA H O The counter was the most actively led by Red Dragon chief executive other CompuRex Dash series
traded on Bursa Malaysia yesterday officer and chief creative director MLabs Systems Bhd of solutions, it added.
KUALA LUMPUR: MLabs Sys- with 129.22 million shares done. The Walter A McDaniel, who was also Vol (mil) Sen mTouche executive director
150 50
tems Bhd shares were on a roll- stock has seen a surge in volume the lead artist for Marvels Deathlok Tang Boon Koon said the cur-
er-coaster ride yesterday, leaping since the beginning of the month, and Deadpool movies. rent core business, offering val-
as much as 21.43% in early trade consistently outdoing its 200-day av- MLabs shares have been on a 120 40 ue-added mobile services, will be
before erasing gains to close 25% erage volume of 2.43 million shares. downtrend since hitting a 10-year rapidly replaced as more people
lower than the previous day. On Tuesday, the multimedia high of 41 sen last Friday, which 90 30 use smartphones. Therefore, it
The group, which announced a conferencing systems provider had prompted an unusual market is the right timing for mTouche to
21 sen
partnership with Beijing-based Red announced it has entered into a activity query from Bursa. The group 60 20
introduce a new innovative plat-
Dragon Media Ltd on Tuesday, saw partnership with content-creation saw its shares nearly quadruple by form, he said in the statement.
its share price rise as much as six company Red Dragon to bring in- 30 sen from 11 sen on June 29. 30
mTouche said the collabo-
10
sen to 34 sen in the first 30 minutes ternational intellectual properties Last Tuesday, MLabs said its ration on the innovative digital
of trading before retreating. At the to China and Malaysia. non-independent and non-exec- media and infotainment plat-
0 0
end of the days trading, it was down The initiative, expected to ex- utive chairman Dr Sureswaran Ram- form is expected to contribute
June 23, 2016 July 19, 2017
seven sen at 21 sen, with a market pand Malaysias animation and adass had sold 180,000 shares in positively to its earnings for the
capitalisation of RM39.24 million. augmented reality business, will be three tranches on the previous day. Source: Bloomberg financial year ending June 30,
2018 onwards.

Life insurance industry to chart high single-digit 2017 growth, says LIAM
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysias life nomic growth of the country. on-year to RM9.75 million. Toi said by critical illness and medical and insurance products, he added.
insurance industry is poised to re- Malaysias gross domestic prod- an online platforms implementation health insurance or takaful products He said educational and promo-
cord high single-digit growth in new uct is forecast to hit 4.3% to 4.9% on Jan 1 this year would help boost by Jan 1, 2018. tional programmes are still needed
business premiums in 2017, says this year. So, the life insurance in- the industrys growth. However, Toi said premiums to raise awareness of insurance and
the Life Insurance Association of dustry will grow in line with the The Life Insurance and Family contributed by the online plat- reduce the insurance protection
Malaysia (LIAM). countrys economic growth, he Takaful Framework introduced by form is still small at the moment. gap. LIAM targets to achieve a life
President Toi See Jong said the told reporters yesterday. Bank Negara Malaysia has specified As insurance policies are quite insurance penetration rate, which
positive performance would be Last year, new business premi- that term products be available via complex, we believe agents still stands at 55% now, of 75% by 2020.
mainly supported by the better eco- ums in the industry rose 6.9% year- direct channels from Jan 1, followed play a vital role in explaining the Bernama
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 7

Ports 2017 volume NEWS IN BRIEF

CIMB Thai 2Q net prot surges 8.9

growth to stay healthy times on higher operating income


BY C HO NG J IN H UN

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group


executive officer Kittiphun Anu-
tarasoti said its half year perfor-
mance was satisfactory.
Holdings Bhds 94.11%-owned Net profit improved due to
subsidiary CIMB Thai Bank PCLs better net interest margin (NIM)
RAM expects it to remain at low single-digit levels akin to that in 2016 second quarter (2Q) net profit and lower operating expenses
surged 8.9 times on higher net and provisions, while operating
interest income and foreign ex- income held relatively steady.
BY S UPR I YA SU REND RA N Trumps protectionism rhetoric pines, adding at least 100 million change (forex) transaction gains. Gross loans contracted slightly
have led to the question concerning TEUs (20-ft equivalent units) of new Net profit for the three due to general corporate loan
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian ports their impact on global trade flows. container-handling capacity over months ended June 30, 2017 repayment and portfolio recali-
container and cargo-handling pros- However, Davinder said, Ma- the next 20 years, with most of this (2QFY17) rose to 356.64 mil- bration. Asset quality has also
pects are likely to remain healthy laysia continues to benefit from its planned along the Straits of Malacca. lion baht (RM44.95 million) from improved.
in 2017 in tandem with the gradu- strategic location along the Straits Though the new capacity will 39.89 million baht a year ago. Our consumer, wholesale
al global economic recovery, said of Malacca, one of the busiest ship- provide opportunities in terms of Quarterly operating income and treasury businesses per-
RAM Rating Services Bhd. The ping lanes in the world. scale, there is a possibility of run- also rose 2.5% to 3.25 billion baht formed well and [the] commer-
rating agency expects throughput Malaysias throughput re- ning into a supply glut and an ul- from 3.17 billion baht in 2QFY16. cial [unit] has shown positive
growth to remain at the low sin- mained resilient in 2016, with tra-competitive situation if trade The strong 2Q earnings have growth traction post recalibra-
gle-digit levels, akin to the modest container throughput recording a growth does not keep pace. helped the bank pushed net tion. We are on track to turn prof-
3% recorded in 2016. 10-year CAGR [compound annu- Davinder added that the Straits profit for the cumulative six itable in FY17, said Kittiphun.
Prospects for key national ports al growth rate] of 6% while that of of Malaccas prominence vis--vis months (1HFY17) to 477.84 mil- The banks improved cost
including Westports Holdings Bhd, cargo throughput came in at 5%. global trade must be closely moni- lion baht, up 30.1% from 367.23 controls brought about a 2%
Northport (Malaysia) Bhd and Pela- At the same time, Malaysia han- tored, especially with China pursu- million baht in 1HFY16, due to decline in operating expenses
buhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn Bhd dled more than 25% of the contain- ing its ambitions through the One lower operating expenses and in 1HFY17, while provisions de-
remain stable, benefiting from the ers passing through the Asean-5 Belt, One Road initiative. provisions. clined 6.2%.
strengthening [in] local and region- nations Malaysia, Singapore, From a funding perspective, However, CIMB Thais oper- NIM over earning assets
al economic outlook, RAM co- Thailand, Indonesia and the Phil- Davinder sees the Malaysian and ating income fell 1.6% to 6.38 stood at 3.81% in 1HFY17 com-
head of infrastructure and utilities ippines and accounted for 3% of regional port sectors financing billion baht from 6.49 billion pared with 3.79% in 1HFY16, as
ratings Davinder Kaur Gill said in the worlds container traffic. needs would be massive if all the baht in 1HFY16, mainly driven a result of more efficient man-
a statement yesterday. While prospects for regional expansion plans, announced ear- by the drop in other incomes of agement of funding costs, he
Nonetheless, in the immediate trade expansion are still encour- lier, materialise in the near future. 41.7% from lower gains on trad- added.
term they are still vulnerable to the aging, Davinder said the long-term However, we expect a gradual ing and forex transactions and Kittiphun also pointed out
effects of the current trend towards growth of Southeast Asian ports roll-out. On this note, [the] domes- net gains on investments. the banks gross non-performing
protectionism and changes in ship- must be analysed in the context of tic funding needs in five years are This was largely offset by loans (NPL) stood at 11.3 billion
ping alliances, she added. economic growth, the regions up- projected to hover around RM5 growth in net fee and service baht, with an equivalent gross
RAM noted that while the glob- coming new port capacity and the billion, factoring in the expan- income of 21.5% from improve- NPL ratio of 5.4% from 6.1% as
al economy is gaining momentum newly formed shipping alliances sion of Kuantan Port, Sapangar ments in corporate finance fees, at Dec 31, 2016.
with world trade expected to ex- requirements. Bay Container Port [in Sabah] and hire-purchase and mutual fund The lower NPL ratio was
pand 3.8% in 2017 against 2.2% in Regional port expansion is un- Port of Tanjung Pelepas [in Johor], fees, and an increase in net in- mainly due to the sale of some
2016 recent developments such derway in Singapore, Malaysia, In- deemed more definite than that of terest income by 2.1% year-on- NPLs in 1QFY17, more efficient
as Brexit and US President Donald donesia, Thailand and the Philip- the others. year as a result of lower interest risk management policies, con-
expenses. tinued resolution of the banks
In a statement yesterday, NPLs and improvements in loan
CIMB Thai president and chief collection processes.

Angkasa, Xiddig MoU to enable


cooperatives participation in EM-IIG Petronas, PTT plan natural gas JV
BY C HO NG J IN H UN Wirat said the two companies
made a tentative agreement last
BY E M I R Z A I NU L KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Na- month, with PTT expected to
sional Bhd (Petronas) and Thai- hold 10% of the JV.
KUALA LUMPUR: Angkatan Ko- lands PTT Plc have proposed He said PTT had set up a new
perasi Kebangsaan Malaysia Bhd to jointly develop a natural gas company, PTT Global LNG Co,
(Angkasa) has signed a memoran- liquefaction facility in Malaysia to invest in the project.
dum of understanding (MoU) with to grow PTTs midstream opera- All details and project fi-
Xiddig Cellular Communications tions, the Bangkok Post reported nances are expected to be in
Sdn Bhd to enable cooperatives yesterday. place by the third quarter of
under its aegis to participate direct- Quoting PTT chief operating this year, when construction is
ly in the governments Enhanced officer for upstream petroleum also expected to start, the re-
Malaysia International Internet and gas business Wirat Uanaru- port added.
Gateway (EM-IIG) project. mit, the publication reported Petronas had not issued a me-
Angkasa president Datuk Abdul that PTT was expected to own dia statement on the matter at
Fattah Abdullah said under the 10% in the joint venture (JV). the time of writing.
MoU, the cooperatives will be able
to invest in the governments initi- (From left) Abdul Rashid, Abdul Fattah, Dr Murtada Yasin from Interconnection
ative, which could see a potential Establishment, and Royal Embassay of Saudi Arabia Kuala Lumpur commercial counsellor
investment of RM5 billion. Khalid S Halawani at the MoU signing ceremony between Xiddig and Angkasa for the Chairman sells 2.93% of Crest Builder
We (Angkasa) should be involved Enchanced Malaysia International Internet Gateway project. Photo by Suhaimi Yusuf
directly in this to prove to the gov- BY AHM A D N AQ IB ID R IS share, totalling RM5.15 million.
ernment that the cooperative sector the provision of high speed broad- link will be the biggest in range and Following the sale, Tengku
can contribute [to the economy] as band Internet. It involves four phas- fastest in the world, said Xiddig di- KUALA LUMPUR: Crest Build- Sulaiman Shahs indirect inter-
much as other sectors, and become es three of which are expected rector of operation Musa A Rahman. er Holdings Bhd non-execu- est in the company stood at 1.8
the main player in developing the na- to complete within two years at a Xiddig executive chairman Datuk tive chairman Tengku Datuk million shares or 1.059%.
tions economy, he said in his speech cost of about RM850 million via a Seri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahim said Sulaiman Shah Tengku Abdul According to Bloomberg data,
at the MoU signing ceremony be- private funding initiative. the submarine optic cables will be Jalil Shah has disposed of five Pertiwi Positif was previously
tween Angkasa and Xiddig yesterday. The project involves the laying directly connected to five landing million shares, representing a the third-largest shareholder
Abdul Fattah said there are other of 150 terabyte undersea fibre op- stations in Malaysia in Bintulu, 2.93% equity stake in the com- of Crest Builder, after SC Yong
cooperatives that will not only be tic cables linking Peninsular Ma- Kota Belud, Pengerang, Kota Baru pany, over the past two days. Holdings Sdn Bhd (39.03%)
involved as investors, but also as laysia, Sabah and Sarawak to the and Batu Kawan. According to a filing with Bur- and Koperasi Permodalan Fel-
contractors in the project. IIG centre, thereby delivering a Upon completion of the project, sa Malaysia, the shares were da (4.37%).
The EM-IIG project, developed higher quality and faster Internet Xiddig is looking to extend the con- sold by his privately-held vehicle Crest Builders share price
by Xiddig, assists the government connection to international service nection to Saudi Arabia, providing Pertiwi Positif Sdn Bhd via two closed unchanged at 1.08 yester-
to reduce the digital gap between providers. high speed Internet to areas such as blocks of three million and two day, with a market capitalisation
the rural and urban population via The submarine fibre-optic cable Mecca, Medina and Jeddah. million shares at RM1.03 per of RM182.64 million.
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GREEN OCEAN CORP BHD (-ve)


HOME BUSINESS
SHARES in Green Ocean Corp Bhd (funda- For its fourth financial quarter ended
mental: 0.55/3, valuation: 0/3) triggered our March 31, 2017 (4QFY17), Green Ocean
stocks with momentum algorithm yesterday
for the third time this year. The stock closed
up 9.09% or 1.5 sen higher at 18 sen, with
made a net profit of RM790,000, up 16% from
RM682,000 a year ago, on higher profit mar-
gins from trading activities.
Malaysias 2017 palm oil
12.55 million shares done versus the coun-
ters 200-day average of 1.15 million shares.
The company is mainly involved in in-
Quarterly revenue fell 19% to RM58.88 mil-
lion from RM72.30 million in 4QFY16, main-
ly due to lower trading activities in palm oil
output seen below record
formation and communications technology
services. It also operates an integrated palm
kernel crushing facility in Klang.
products and a low level of crushing activities.
At the current share price, Green Ocean is
trading at 2.57 times its book value.
2015 levels industry
GREEN OCEAN CORP BHD Valuation score* 0.00 BY E M I LY C HO W oil prices, which have shed nearly 20% this
Fundamental score** 0.55 year. Palm oil was little changed at RM2,508
TTM P/E (x) 314.93 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysias palm oil at the midday break yesterday.
TTM PEG (x) (6.25) output is on track to rebound this year Palm oil production typically peaks in
P/NAV (x) 2.12 after an El Nino-affected 2016, but will August or September, but could be pushed
miss earlier forecasts that it could match back to October this year as the lingering
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
2015s record high, according to traders, impact of last years El Nino dry spell pushes
Market capitalisation (mil) 43.46 planters and analysts. back seasonal weather patterns.
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 263.37 Leading analysts and industry figures in Peak production should be in October...
Beta 1.46 March forecast 2017 output in the worlds at around two million tonnes, Ng said.
12-month price range 0.07-0.19 second- largest producer after Indonesia Weaker-than-expected production num-
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation at 19.9 million to 20 million tonnes, in line bers would also cap stockpiles in Malaysia,
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength with 2015s 19.96 million tonnes. Howev- unless demand weakens significantly.
& protability er, eight respondents surveyed by Reuters End stocks at the peak will not exceed
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have forecast output this year at between 18.7 two million tonnes, said a manager with a
million tonnes and 19.5 million tonnes, Malaysian plantation company, who expects
up around 10% from 17.3 million tonnes stockpiles to peak in November or Decem-
in 2016 but below the record high. ber. I expect stocks to continue to be tight
NATIONWIDE EXPRESS HOLDINGS BHD (+ve) Production is not so robust. There will for the rest of the year, he added.
be increases but not a full-blown recovery. Shipments of the tropical oil are likely to
SHARES in Nationwide Express Holdings For its fourth financial quarter ended Indonesian output looks to be stronger as rise ahead of major festivities in top buyers
Bhd (fundamental: 0.95/3, valuation: 0/3) March 31, 2017 (4QFY17), the company it has younger estates, said Ivy Ng, region- India and China, who will celebrate Deepav-
triggered our stocks with momentum al- saw net loss widen to RM6.3 million from al head of plantations research at CIMB ali and the Mid-Autumn Festival in October
gorithm yesterday for the third time this RM3.92 million a year ago, mainly due to Investment Bank. respectively.
year. The stock closed up 5.13% or four sen lower business volume of the courier seg- Expected labour shortages at Malay- Demand for palm oil, however, depends
higher at 82 sen, with 1.72 million shares ment. Quarterly revenue, however, rose to sian plantations, especially during the on its competitiveness with rival oilseed soy.
traded versus the counters 200-day average RM23.58 million from RM21.06 million in output peak in the fourth quarter, would Supply for soy is not short. It will still be
of 234,823 shares. 4QFY16. also impact output, Ng said. the key competing oil for palm. The weather
The company is a courier service provid- At the current share price, Nationwide Lower-than-anticipated Malaysian pro- issue [in the US] is a factor for palm to watch
er. It also offers freight forwarding services. Express is trading at 0.01 times its book value. duction could support benchmark palm out for, said Ng. Reuters

NATIONWIDE EXPRESS HOLDINGS BHD Valuation score* 0.00


Fundamental score** 0.95
TTM P/E (x)
TTM PEG (x)
-
-
Urgent corrective action needed to
P/NAV (x)
TTM Dividend yield (%)
2.35
-
catalyse debit card usage in Malaysia
Market capitalisation (mil) 93.78 BY S U P RI YA S U RE NDRA N Frost & Sullivan confirmed the findings
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 120.23 of BNM and MasterCard, and said it expects
Beta 0.43 KUALA LUMPUR: Urgent corrective ac- the number of debit cards in Malaysia to
12-month price range 0.22-0.87 tion is required to catalyse debit card reach 45.5 million with a total transaction
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation usage in the Malaysian retail industry, value of RM25.6 billion in 2017. The firm
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength according to business consulting firm had recently conducted a survey on the us-
& protability Frost & Sullivan. age of debit cards in Malaysia. The survey
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have In a statement yesterday, Frost & Sulli- revealed that if the respondent had used
van noted that debit card transactions ac- a debit card in the past but not during the
counted for approximately 4%, or RM22.5 period of January to March 2017, there is
billion, of the US$123 billion retail mar- a 50% chance of them not using it at all,
TFP SOLUTIONS BHD (+ve) ket in Malaysia in 2016, while credit card indicating a very high dropout rate.
transactions represented nearly 22% at The prospects get worse when people
SHARES in TFP SOLUTIONS Bhd (funda- for business processes. RM118.5 billion. Credit cards are held who have never used a debit card before
mental: 0.95/3, valuation: 0/3) triggered our For its first quarter ended March 31, 2017 by less than 29% of the adult Malaysian are taken into account.
stocks with momentum algorithm yesterday (1QFY17), the company made a net profit population whereas 92% have at least Frost & Sullivan digital transformation
for the fifth time this year. The stock closed of RM2,000, recovering from a net loss of one deposit account, of which 90% are industry principal Quah Mei Lee said that
down 4.88% or one sen lower at 19.5 sen, RM62,000 a year ago. active accounts. so far, the attention has been focused on
with 3.33 million shares changing hands Quarterly revenue fell by close to 3% to This means that an estimated 83% or building acceptance of debit cards and not
compared with the counters 200-day av- RM9.66 million from RM9.94 million in more of the adult population now has a on incentivising and increasing its use. Our
erage of 209,701 shares. 1QFY16, attributed mainly to the informa- debit card on hand. survey reveals the importance of imme-
The company is an information and com- tion technology infrastructure and enterprise Yet, the per capita debit card trans- diately incentivising first-time use so that
munications technology software services solutions business. action was only 3.5 in 2016, which is very banks and debit card acquirers can unlock
provider. It is marketed towards small and At the current share price, TFP Solutions far from the national target of 30 by 2020, the potential of these cards. Cash back on
medium enterprises in setting up software is trading at 2.79 times its book value. the firm said. debit card use is already being implement-
Frost & Sullivan said on average, each ed though its impact has been narrow due
TFP SOLUTIONS BHD Valuation score* 0.00 debit card was used 2.46 times a year in to limited reach, she said.
Fundamental score** 0.95 2016, a stark contrast to the average of Quah added that the demand for debit
TTM P/E (x) - 41.8 for credit card usage. However, the cards as an online payment method holds
TTM PEG (x) - firm said the ratio of per capita credit significant potential, which the industry is
P/NAV (x) 3.19 card transaction to per capita debit card yet to leverage. Stakeholders need to fos-
transaction has dropped from 6.7 in 2013 ter a more user-friendly online experience
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
to 3.6 in 2016. for customers.
Market capitalisation (mil) 41.78 Recent Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) If the required corrective action is taken,
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 203.78 statistics and the MasterCard Online self-checkout, mobile payments, and online
Beta 0.57 Shopping Study 2017 also showed growth transactions could become the norm in the
12-month price range 0.10-0.21 in debit card use at a compound annual Malaysian retail experience. Users will also
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation growth rate of 25.1% and 22.3% in trans- adopt debit cards for smaller ticket items,
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength action volume and value respectively over making it the preferred non-cash payment
& protability the past two years. method for everyday payments, said Quah.
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
P R O P E RT Y 9

Worlds most expensive IN BRIEF

Koh Brothers, Heeton Land


sell o JV Buildhome
SINGAPORE: Construction and
engineering firm Koh Broth-
ers Group, together with an-
Knight Frank says Hong Kong skyscrapers cost the most other stakeholder, has sold
off joint venture (JV) Build-
home Pte Ltd for S$41.6 mil-
BY POOJA THAKUR lion (RM130.4 million), accord-
ing to a report by The Business
SINGAPORE: Skyscrapers in Times. Mainboard-listed Koh
Hong Kong are the worlds most Brothers wholly-owned sub-
expensive commercial real-es- sidiary, Koh Brothers Develop-
tate assets, according to Knight ment Pte Ltd, and Heeton Land
Frank LLP. Pte Ltd, which is wholly-owned
Hong Kong skyscrapers are by Heeton Holdings Ltd, have
worth US$8,000 (RM34,320) per sold their respective 50% stakes
square foot, about 60% more than in Buildhome to Singapore-in-
Tokyos tall towers, according to corporated Central Core Pte Ltd,
a Knight Frank report released said Koh Brothers in a filing with
yesterday. Singapore Exchange yesterday
The analysis used rents and evening after the market closed,
prime yields to value commercial added The Business Times.
towers as of the fourth quarter
of 2016. New York Citys biggest
Capital values of Asias tallest foreclosure halted
towers showed significant diver- NEW YORK: New Yorks big-
gence with Hong Kong sitting gest-ever foreclosure auction,
at the top, and Mumbai at the for a penthouse at the One57
bottom of the global rankings, luxury tower near Central Park,
Nicholas Holt, head of research has been cancelled after a
for Asia-Pacific at Knight Frank, office markets develop outwards scores the frenzied state of the Savills has set an indicative new creditor emerged saying
said in the report. rather than upwards. citys property market, Knight price of HK$24.5 billion (RM13.5 its owed money for about
In Hong Kong, strong demand Henderson Land Develop- Frank said. billion) for the sale of Langham US$83 million (RM356.07 mil-
and a lack of new land supply ment Cos recent US$3 billion The sale sets the worlds most Place Office Tower in Hong Kongs lion) worth of gasoline and
continue to push values higher, acquisition of a five-storey car expensive city even further apart Mong Kok district, which would jet fuel by the owner of
while the structure of the Mumbai park in Hong Kong, where it plans from its rivals, according to the be a record for an office building the apartment. Unit 79 at the
office market has tended to see to build an office tower, under- report. in the city. Bloomberg Billionaires Row tower was
scheduled to be sold at auction
today, in a seizure forced by a
Luxembourg lender seeking to

Guangzhou offers incentives to boost home rental market recoup an unpaid US$35.3 mil-
lion mortgage. Bloomberg
Brexit uncertainty to hit
BY YAW E N CHEN & RYA N WO O mand from a growing middle class, Home ownership is a key re- city government late on Monday. UK housing market PwC
Chinas rental market has long been quirement in Chinas school allo- The steps drew both praise and LONDON: The UK housing
BEIJING: The southern Chinese underdeveloped and largely re- cation system, as policies dictate brickbats in online media, with market will cool this year as
boom town of Guangzhou has an- mained unregulated, with rental school enrolment to be largely de- some critics saying the measures uncertainty around Brexit
nounced a flurry of incentives to yields easing to multi-year lows. termined by the location of the stu- would only fuel rental prices. hits the economy, according
boost its home rental market as a Guangzhou, one of the countrys dents home. It has led to sky-high Like many other big Chinese to PricewaterhouseCoopers
year-long property boom makes biggest cities, is offering a host of property prices in better school cities, Guangzhou has rolled out LLP (PwC). Home-price infla-
new housing less affordable. sweeteners for renters including districts. various property curbs since early tion will slow to 3.7% from 7%
The move comes as Chinas gov- equal education access, tax cuts The city has also slashed and last year to drive out speculators, in 2016, and London will be
ernment spearheads a drive to sup- and monetary support. even eliminated value-added taxes including banning buyers from the most severely impacted,
port rental supply to help rein in hot Children of tenants, many of in some cases for registered com- reselling newly bought properties PwC said in a report published
property prices and satisfy housing whom are migrants working in the panies and individuals operating before holding them for two years. on Tuesday. Economic growth
demand. megacity of 14 million people, will or involved in the residential rental Still, Guangzhous new home overall is likely to moderate to
While property prices have shot be given the right to attend a school business. prices in June rose 17.8% from a 1.5% this year and 1.4% in 2018,
up, driven by speculation and de- near the rented property. The details were released by the year earlier. Reuters PwC said. Bloomberg
10 B R O K E R S C A L L T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

KLK expects healthy growth


in FFB harvest for FY17
Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (FY18), we expect FFB growth to Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd We do not discount the possi-
(RM24.72, July 19) exceed four million tonnes on ac- bility that KLK will make a second
Maintain hold with unchanged tar- count of the additional 6,000ha of FYE SEPT (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017E 2018F 2019F attempt to acquire MP Evans with
get price (TP) of RM26.19: Key take- new mature land bank mainly in In- Revenue 13,650 16,506 17,532 17,960 18,138 higher offer price after the cool-
aways from our recent meeting with donesia and Liberia, and the groups Ebitda 1,532 1,749 2,147 2,283 2,378 ing-off period. Note that MP Evans
Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhds (KLK) continuous replanting programme. share price has appreciated more
Dep & amortisation (384) (444) (469) (500) (525)
management are that the group is Management guided that the replant- than 75% and trading higher than
expected to see a healthy growth in ing exercise is still ongoing in Sabah Net finance cost (61) (101) (124) (128) (128) the previous KLKs offer price of
fresh fruit bunch (FFB) harvest for and Indonesia. The group will replant Associate + JV (2) 5 5 6 6 740 pence per share. It has a good
its financial year ending Sept 30, approximately 4,000ha in FY17. It Forex & EI 50 503 0 0 0 brownfield prime age profile, which
2017 (FY17), with the downstream plans to carry out more replanting PBT 1,135 1,712 1,559 1,661 1,731 could help to boost KLKs palm oil
business, however, expected to re- in FY18, in the range of 5,000ha to Taxation (251) (29) (265) (282) (294) age profile. Funding should not be
main challenging. The group is on the 6,000ha (mostly in Sabah). MI (14) (91) (103) (110) (115) an issue as the group had RM2.1
lookout for new plantation land, and In terms of capital expenditure billion short-term funds as at March
Net profit 870 1,592 1,190 1,268 1,322
mergers and acquisitions (M&As). (capex), management guided that 31, 2017. Its net gearing stood at 0.3
There is no change in manage- the capex requirement for FY17 Core net profit 820 1,089 1,190 1,268 1,322 times, which is below the industry
ment guidance that FFB production would be approximately RM800 Reported EPS (basic) (sen) 82 150 112 119 124 standard of 0.5 times. Assuming
for FY17 is expected to increase by million. For FY18, we estimate Core EPS (diluted) (sen) 77 102 112 119 124 KLK gears up to 0.5 times, it can line
10% to 12% year-on-year (y-o-y), capex to be RM850 million. GDPS (sen) 45 50 55 59 61 up approximately RM4 billion in a
mainly due to recovery in FFB pro- Management estimates that crude Source: TA Securities war chest for acquisitions without
duction in Peninsular Malaysia and palm oil (CPO) production cost will affecting the dividend payout.
Indonesia. be around RM1,400 per tonne for We maintain our FFB produc-
For the first nine months of FY17, FY17, slightly higher than the previ- prices. However, the profit margin capacity while for Indonesia, the tion growth of 13% for FY17. We
the FFB production growth has al- ous years RM1,381 per tonne. The is expected to be affected by some refining capacity had jumped to 47 expect FFB production growth to
ready reached 10.6% y-o-y to 2.9 mil- increase was mainly driven by higher leftover raw material inventories, million tonnes in 2016, compared come in stronger for the remaining
lion tonnes. The cumulative growth wages, fertiliser costs and costs re- which were purchased at high pric- with 21.3 million tonnes in 2012. three months of FY17. For FY18
has turned positive since January lated to certification schemes and es. Note that the downstream busi- We understand that KLK has no and FY19, the growth is expected
this year, and is on an upward trend. sustainable standards. We gathered ness contributed significantly about intention of expanding its down- to be 3.5% and 4.6%, respectively.
However, production in Sabah re- that wages and fertiliser costs repre- 25% to the groups profit before tax stream business. We keep KLKs TP unchanged
mained subdued since October 2016 sent 37% and 25% of its FY16 CPO in FY16. However, we observe that We understand that the group at RM26.19/share, based on 2018
as production was badly hit by the production cost respectively. the margin has been falling as the is still actively looking for new sum-of-parts valuation. Maintain
prolonged El Nino dry spell last year. The oleochemical division is ex- current oversupply issue has giv- plantation land or potential M&As hold on the stock on valuation
In May 2017, it had seen a marginal pected to recover in the second half en rise to poor refining margin. after its unsuccessful RM2.3 bil- ground and downside risk to the
improvement of 0.5% y-o-y growth. of FY17 as the group has locked in Note that Malaysia currently has 27 lion bid to takeover MP Evans downstream manufacturing earn-
For the following financial year some forward sales at favourable million tonnes of palm oil refining Group plc in 2016. ings. TA Securities, July 19

Axiata seen to remain profitable Rohas EPCC order book expected to


boost earnings growth for next 3 years
Axiata Group Bhd Axiata Group Bhd Rohas Tecnic Bhd billion) per year over 2015 to 2025.
(July 19, RM4.68) (July 19, RM1.16) The groups existing EPCC order
Maintain buy with unchanged fair FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2016 2017F 2018F 2019F Initiate coverage with buy at target book of about RM300 million is ex-
value of RM6.30: We are neutral Revenue 21,565.4 22,729.5 23,750.7 25,218.1 price (TP) of RM1.39: Rohas Tecnic pected to provide a strong boost to
on the decision by Axiata Group Core net profit 504.3 1,156.2 1,268.0 1,560.7
Bhds core business is fabrication earnings growth over the next three
Bhd, Singapore Press Holdings Ltd of steel towers which are used for years even in the absence of new
and Keppel Telecommunications & FD core EPS (sen) 5.7 13.1 14.4 17.7 power transmission and telecom- job wins due to low earnings base.
Transportation Ltd to not proceed FD core EPS growth (%) (80.3) 129.3 9.7 23.1 munications industries. Rohas is Risks to our call include to clinch
with the strategic review of their Consensus net profit 1,398 1,631 1,861 ranked as one of the top operators future EPCC projects.
stakes in SGX-listed M1 Ltd. DPS (sen) 8.0 8.0 7.1 13.9 in the industry in terms of revenue. We project for its 2018 and 2019
Axiata, which has a 28.5% stake PER (x) 81.3 35.5 32.3 26.3 Sarawak Energy Bhd is expected financial years (FY18 and FY19) earn-
in M1 and accounts for 3% of group EV/Ebitda (x) 7.2 6.4 6.6 6.6 to spend RM8 billion to RM10 bil- ings growth of 36% and 14% respec-
sum-of-parts, said that the propos- Dividend yield (%) 1.6 1.6 1.4 2.8
lion over 2015 to 2020 to improve its tively, driven by the execution of its
als from interested parties have power infrastructure. With Sarawak order book. This implies earnings
not met the minimum criteria and ROE (%) 2.1 4.9 5.2 6.3 Energy no longer listed, Rohas is a growth at a compounded annual
parameters determined by the Net gearing (%) 91.4 101.9 109.8 119.1 good proxy to the states power in- growth rate (CAGR) of 24.5%. We
majority shareholders. Sources: AmInvestment Bank, company report frastructure spending via the sup- like Rohas for its exposure to Asean
Hence, no agreement has been ply of power transmission towers. which is one of the fastest-growing
reached to its earlier plan to dis- Rohas is also expected to benefit economic regions in the world.
pose of its stakes in M1. ier at a net debt/FY17 Ebitda of 1.4 from the countrys increasing mo- Infrastructure investment needs
In March this year, Morgan Stan-
Consensus expects times versus Axiatas 1.7 times. bile Internet usage via the supply of are expected to be robust in the fore-
ley Asia (Singapore) was appointed M1s net prot to Hence, we are not surprised telecommunication towers. In the seeable future and this will generate
financial adviser to assist with the decline by 7% in FY17 by the reluctance of M1s major latest Budget 2017, the Malaysian steady demand for the products of
strategic review of its M1 stakes. shareholders to sell their stakes Communications And Multimedia the company. Moreover, we expect
The unsuccessful sale is likely
and 10% in FY18. below their targeted valuations. Commission will provide RM1 billion stable EPCC contract flows for the
due to low market valuations at- Nevertheless, we view the groups to improve the coverage and quality company due to the essential nature
tached to M1, which registered a struggles in regaining forward mo- of broadband services nationwide. of infrastructure industry in emerg-
21% year-on-year (y-o-y) drop in Our current valuation of M1 mentum in subscribers and average Rohas has already made its foot- ing markets.
the second quarter of financial is generally in line with its mar- revenue per user in Malaysia and print in Vietnam and Laos by secur- Our TP of RM1.39 is based on a
year 2017 net profit as a result of ket price. regionally as underpinning the need ing infrastructure-related engineer- 16 times price-earnings (PE) mul-
lower average revenue per user M1s FY17 enterprise value/ for the groups remerger catalyst with ing, procurement, construction and tiple pegged at FY18 earnings. The
amid higher depreciation and sub- earnings before interest, taxes, Telekom Malaysia Bhd. commissioning (EPCC) contracts. proposed acquisition of 75% of
scriber acquisition costs. depreciation and amortisation Axiata currently trades at a bar- Hence, the company is in a prime HG Power Transmission Sdn Bhd
While consensus expects M1s of 7.7 times (EV/Ebitda) is high- gain FY17 EV/Ebitda of six times, position to monetise the opportu- through share issuance at 95 sen
net profit to decline by 7% in FY17 er than Axiatas 6 times but below way below its two-year average nities brought about by the huge per share should provide a floor
and 10% in FY18, the telco oper- Singapore Telecommunications of 8.1 times versus SingTels 14 infrastructure investment needs in valuation for the stock, limiting
ator is still expected to remain 14 times and Star Hubs 8.6 times. times. AmInvestment Bank Re- the Asean region that is estimated downside risk. Hong Leong In-
profitable. M1s balance sheet is also health- search, July 19 at some US$110 billion (RM471.9 vestment Bank, July 19
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S C A L L 11

Bursa 2Q results
expected to be impressive
Bursa Malaysia Bhd RM60.5 million compared with a disappointment, declining by Bursa Malaysia Bhd
(July 19, RM10.00) RM56.6 million in 1Q17, up 22.4% 23% month-on-month (m-o-m)
Downgrade to hold with an un- year-on-year (y-o-y) and 6.9% and 22.7% m-o-m respectively. FYE DEC (RM MIL) 2015 2016 2017E 2018E 2019E
changed target price (TP) of quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q). Earn- We believe these were due to a
Revenue 518.5 506.7 545.1 544.6 532.7
RM10.30: Subsequent to Bursa ings for the quarter will be under- lack of market catalysts and fund
Malaysia Bhds share-price out- pinned largely by income stream outflows foreign buying in June Ebitda 302.5 294.8 324.1 317.7 298.3
performance, we downgrade the from the securities market and was the lowest at RM344 million. Pre-tax profit 278.8 270.5 299.8 293.1 273.9
stock from buy to hold on val- are expected to be relatively in On the derivatives front, the Core net profit 198.6 193.6 222.6 217.6 203.2
uation grounds, with a reduced TP line with our forecast of RM222.6 2Q17 traded volume declined by Core EPS (sen) 37.2 36.1 41.3 40.4 37.7
of RM10.30. We trim our estimated million for the financial year end- 10.4% q-o-q and 14.5% y-o-y to Core EPS growth (%) 0.0 (2.8) 14.9 (2.3) (6.6)
earnings per share (EPS) for 2017 ing Dec 31, 2017 (FY17). Despite 3.39 million contracts, largely at- Core PER (x) 27.5 28.3 24.6 25.2 27.0
to 2019 by 1.2% to 4.4% due to ad- expectation of a robust 2Q17, we tributable to declines in both the
ROE (%) 25.6 23.1 26.8 28.2 28.3
justments to derivative guarantee are turning cautious about Bursas volumes of the FBM KLCI and
fees and overheads. On a more outlook as trading volumes fell crude palm oil futures in 2Q17. P/BV 6.8 6.3 6.9 7.3 8.0
positive note, we expect results for sharply this month. Meanwhile, despite Bursas move Single-tier DPS (sen) 34.5 34.0 60.3 55.0 45.0
the second quarter of 2017 (2Q17) Although Bursa chalked up an to lower the derivatives guarantee Dividend yield (%) 3.4 3.3 5.9 5.4 4.4
to be impressive and Bursa will impressive 2Q17 average daily vol- fee (which is not charged in oth- EV/Ebitda (x) 17.1 17.4 16.1 16.4 17.7
likely reward shareholders with ume (ADV) of RM2.8 billion as er markets), volumes remained Chg in EPS (%) (1.2) (1.7) (4.4)
a special dividend of up to 20 sen. well as a first-half ADV of RM2.67 disappointing for June and this Affin/Consensus (x) 1.1 0.9 0.8
For Bursas 2Q17 results, we billion, the trading values in the month. AffinHwang Capital,
Sources: Company, Affin Hwang forecasts, Bloomberg
forecast a stronger net profit of months of June and July have been July 19

Top Glove FY18 revenue GHL Systems FY17 target of


10,000 TPA merchants achievable
seen to grow 16% GHL Systems Bhd
(July 19, RM1.57) We believe Actis could
Downgrade to hold with a higher drive GHLs expansion
Top Glove Corp Bhd target price (TP) of RM1.60: GHL due to its extensive
(July 19, RM5.68) Systems Bhds revenue for the first
Maintain hold with a higher fair quarter of financial year ending experience in the
value of RM6.22: We forecast Top Dec 31, 2017 (1QFY17) grew 22% payment industry in
Glove Corp Bhds revenue to grow year-on-year (y-o-y) due to high- emerging markets.
by 16% in financial year 2018 (FY18) er point-of-sales terminal sales as
underpinned by a 13% increase in local banks geared up to meet the
production volume. Top Gloves Chip & Pin initiative deadline by
production capacity is expected this month. In addition, transac- In April, GHL announced its
to expand by 11% from 48 billion tion payment acquisition (TPA) partnership with Alipay to roll out
pieces in FY17 to 53 billion piec- revenue also grew by 12% y-o-y in payment acceptance services for
es in FY18 on the back of contri- 1QFY17, driven by stronger contri- physical stores and online mer-
butions from four new factories. butions from e-pay and card-pay- chants in Malaysia. This was the
Global glove demand growth is ment services. Overall, 1QFY17 net second tie-up between GHL and
anticipated to be healthy at 6% to profit surged 69% y-o-y to RM7.6 Alipay, following its initial part-
8% per annum due to the emer- million, after stripping out the loss nership in Thailand in 2QFY16.
gence of new health threats and from subsidiary liquidation. We learn that GHL had activated
increasing hygiene standards and Top Gloves production capacity is expected to expand by 11% from 48 billion pieces in The group plans to add 10,000 acceptance points at some 1,400
healthcare awareness. FY17 to 53 billion pieces in FY18 on the back of contributions from four new factories. TPA merchants in Malaysia and the merchants in Malaysia and Thai-
We estimate Top Gloves earn- Philippines in FY17, after adding land as of June. The group expects
ings before interest, taxes, depre- nearly 6,000 merchants in FY16. the acceptance points to nearly
ciation and amortisation margin to Top Glove Corp Bhd We think its FY17 target is achiev- double in 2HFY17 as it plans to
be relatively unchanged at 14% in able, given that GHL added about enable the Alipay solutions on its
FY18. We believe that selling pric- FYE AUG (RM MIL) 2016 2017F 2018F 2019F 4,500 TPA merchants in Malaysia existing AirPOS and e-pay mer-
es would be stable in line with the Revenue 2,888.5 3,357.0 3,898.0 4,449.9 and the Philippines in the first half chant base.
costs of nitrile and latex. If the cost Core net profit 350.6 325.4 371.5 440.6 of FY17 (1HFY17). We understand In March, Actis Stark (Mauri-
of raw materials rises, Top Glove FD core EPS (sen) 27.9 25.6 29.3 34.7
that year to date (YTD), the Ma- tius) Ltd emerged as a new major
would be able to pass on about laysian operations have delivered shareholder of GHL, after acquir-
FD core EPS growth (%) 19.9 (8.2) 14.1 18.6
70% to 80% of the cost in the form about 500 merchants per month, ing a 44.4% stake from previous
of higher selling prices. Nitrile and Consensus net profit - 329.2 378.7 417.1 while the Philippine operations substantial shareholders, Simon
latex account for about 50% of Top DPS (sen) 14.5 12.0 13.0 14.0 delivered about 300 merchants Loh and Creador (a private equi-
Gloves production costs. Earnings PER (x) 20.3 22.1 19.3 16.3 per month. ty firm based in Malaysia), at RM1
risk is expected to come from the EV/Ebitda (x) 14.2 14.9 13.1 11.3 The steady growth in GHLs new per share. We are positive about
proposed increase in foreign-work- Dividend yield (%) 2.6 2.1 2.3 2.5 merchant acquisition in Malay- the new shareholders entry as we
er levy from RM1,200 to RM1,800 ROE (%) 21.1 17.1 17.7 18.9
sia is facilitated by the growing believe Actis could drive GHLs ex-
per worker, which Top Glove may popularity of the groups mobile pansion due to its extensive expe-
Net gearing (%) 9.6 10.2 5.8 nm
have to absorb. This may take place payment system AirPOS. To rience in the payment industry in
at the beginning of 2018. The levy Sources: AmInvestment Bank, company report recap, GHL launched the AirPOS emerging markets.
on foreign workers may reduce solution in 2QFY16. As of 2QFY17, We raise our FY18 and FY19
Top Gloves FY18 net profit by 3% factories in Nilai and Muar would nitrile makes up 37% of Top Gloves GHL had over 2,500 AirPOS devic- forecast earnings per share by be-
to 4%. Top Glove has 7,000 foreign boost Top Gloves presence in Chi- glove products while powder-free es deployed in various categories, tween 3% and 7% as we expect
workers currently. The recent hike na while the additions of three new gloves account for another 20%. such as food and beverages, auto- better gross margin from the TPA
of 0.57% in the average effective manufacturing facilities in Klang With its carefully crafted expan- motive, electronics and hardware segment. However, we downgrade
natural gas tariff is not expected would improve its nitrile capacity. sion strategy, the management is accessories. We also learn that the stock to hold, as the share
to have a material impact on Top This would help Top Glove achieve confident that Top Glove will be AirPOS throughput has contin- price is up 70% YTD. We have a
Gloves operating profit margin. a more balanced product mix (40% able to increase its global market ued to increase despite the addi- higher RM1.60 TP, still based on 24
Gas accounts for 8% of Top Gloves to 50% of products to come from share from 25% to 30% by 2020. tion of new merchants, with some times forecast calendar year 2018
production cost. nitrile gloves in the future), consist- AmInvestment Bank Research, RM2,500 throughput value per price-earnings ratio. CIMB Re-
The recent acquisitions of two ent with global demand. Presently, July 19 device as of June. search, July 19
12 H O M E T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

National Security Policy Penang bans


dogs from Perak,
Sarawak to stop

review every three years rabies speading


BUKIT MERTAJAM: The Penang
government has banned the en-
try of dogs from the rabies-hit
states of Perak and Sarawak with
immediate effect to prevent the
PM: All federal, state agencies should refer to it when formulating new policies spread of rabies to the state.
State Agriculture, Agro-
based Industries, Rural Devel-
PUTRAJAYA: The National Security opment and Health Committee
Policy, adopted under the Nation- chairman Dr Afif Bahardin said
al Security Council Act 2016, will the veterinary services depart-
be reviewed at least once in three Najib (left) with his
met (DVS) would also set up
years, said Prime Minister Datuk deputy and Home
roadblocks at the state border
Seri Najib Razak. Minister Datuk Seri
to stop the transportation of
The prime minister said that Dr Ahmad Zahid
dogs from Perak into Penang.
the implementation of the policy Hamidi (centre)
The ban is especially for pet
would be monitored by a coor- and Zulkifeli at
dogs while for wild dogs, we
dinating committee at the level the launch of the
will collaborate with the local
of ministries/departments and National Security
authorities and state health
agencies chaired by the direc- Policy Book at
department to monitor them.
tor-general of the National Se- Perdana Putra in
Penang has not had any
curity Council, Tan Sri Zulkifeli Putrajaya yesterday.
new rabies cases since the out-
Mohd Zin. Photo by Bernama
break in September 2015. The
Najib, who is also finance min- state government and DVS are
ister, said all agencies at the fed- always on high alert to stop
eral and state levels should refer rabies from spreading to the
to the National Security Policy state, he told a press confer-
when formulating new policies, ence here yesterday.
and review and examine existing and other policies associated with involving non-state actors. sustainable development; peoples He said dog owners were also
policies particularly related to na- national harmony. I am made to understand that security; and international recog- required to have their animals
tional security. He said the National Security the National Security Council has nition. vaccinated and could be fined
This is to ensure that the pol- Policy was introduced as a major successfully resolved various inter- Praise be to God, the deter- up to RM5,000 if they failed to
icies are consistent with the Na- reference document for all feder- nal and external security issues, in- mined efforts of the government do so. Afif said they could get
tional Security Policy. If the pol- al and state agencies in the for- cluding the recent diplomatic ten- and security forces have main- their pets vaccinated at the de-
icies are inconsistent, then the mulating of policies to ensure that sions with North Korea, he said. tained national peace and securi- partment in Bukit Tengah or the
proper improvements and mod- the country was able to prevent Najib said the National Security ty, so much so that in the context DVS clinic in Jalan Gurdwara,
ifications should be implement- and address the various security Policy, which set nine core values, of cybersecurity, Malaysia has been George Town, or any private
ed, he said when launching the threats that were becoming ever had to be defended through the placed third among 193 countries veterinary clinic in Penang.
National Security Policy Book at more complex. implementation of 20 key strate- on the Global Cybersecurity Index He said 7,500 licensed dogs
the Perdana Putra building here Malaysias national security, gies to make Malaysia free from 2017, he said. in Penang had been vaccinat-
yesterday. basically, refers to a situation free all forms of threats. Based on the Global Peace Index ed while the state had a stray
Najib said the National Security of threats to the countrys core The nine core values or thrusts 2017, Najib said, Malaysia main- population of more than 10,000
Policy would become the overarch- values from within and outside are regional sovereignty and integ- tained its position as the third most dogs. The public is advised to
ing policy and a reference for poli- the country. The global security rity; socio-political stability; na- peaceful country in Asia and the remain vigilant against rabies
cies such as the Domestic Security threats which the country also tional integrity; good governance; 29th among 163 countries of the and stay away from wild dogs.
Policy, National Defence Policy faces are said to be asymmetrical, economic integrity; social justice; world. Bernama Bernama

India revokes Zakir Naiks MH370 search data unveils shing hot
spots, ancient geological movements
passport report SYDNEY: Detailed sea-floor maps
made during the unsuccessful
will attract a lot of international
deep-sea fishermen to the area,
search for the missing Malaysia Pattiaratchi told Reuters by phone.
KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial Zakir left India on May 13, 2016, newspaper, NIA officials said the Airlines flight MH370, released Pattiaratchi said the location of
Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naiks during the NIAs investigation into passport was revoked on Tuesday. by Australia yesterday, could help seamounts would also help model
passport has been cancelled by his speeches that allegedly incited Last Monday, PAS deputy presi- increase the knowledge of rich the impact of tsunamis, given that
India, according to a press report. acts of terrorism, the report said. dent Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man fisheries and the prehistoric move- undersea mountains help dissipate
The Mumbai regional passport The report also said the NIA re- said Zakir had been confirmed as ment of the earths southern con- their destructive energy, and poten-
office revoked Zakirs passport quested for the revocation of the one of the special guests at the par- tinents. tially change our understanding of
based on recommendations from preachers passport after he failed tys regional conference for Muslim The Indian Ocean search ended the breakup of the ancient super-
Indias National Investigation Agen- to reply to several notices on the scholars, on from today to Saturday in January after covering a lonely continent of Gondwana.
cy (NIA), the Times of India was investigation. in Kota Baru. stretch of open water where under- The data consists of three-di-
reported as saying by the Malay The NIA reportedly notified In- Zakir, a medical doctor by train- sea mountains larger than Mount mensional models of undersea
Mail Online. dias home ministry on June 23 that ing, has been visiting Malaysia and Everest rise and a rift valley dotted landforms as well as raw bathym-
The agency had previously filed an arrest warrant was issued on Saudi Arabia frequently after leaving with subsea volcanoes runs for hun- etric survey information and drift
a criminal case against him for al- April 21 over his failure to cooper- India, where he is wanted for money dreds of kilometres. The wherea- analysis. It was published online by
leged links to terrorism activities, ate with the investigation. laundering and terrorism investiga- bouts of the plane, which vanished Geoscience Australia on Wednes-
the Times of India report said. In another report by The Hindu tions, the Malay Mail Online said. in March 2014 en route to Beijing day, with a further tranche due to
from Kuala Lumpur with 239 peo- be published next year.
ple on board, remains one of the To see this work come out of
worlds greatest aviation mysteries. that tragedy that was MH370 is re-
Restaurant employee jailed, ned for stealing TNB cables However, information gathered
during painstaking surveys of some
ally quite astounding, theyve taken
it to a new level, said Martin Exel,
120,000 sq km of the remote waters a commercial deep-sea fisherman
KUALA LUMPUR: A restaurant istrates court yesterday. was ordered to serve the jail sentence west of Australia should provide at Austral Fisheries who has fished
employee who admitted to steal- Magistrate Haslinda A Raof hand- from the date of his arrest, which fishermen, oceanographers and in the area.
ing RM3.2 million worth of elec- ed down the sentence on Nazman was July 12. geologists insight into the region in From a fishing perspective it
tric cables belonging to Tenaga Mohamad, 30. The charge, under Section 380 unprecedented detail, said Chari- would be valuable information
Nasional Bhd (TNB) was sen- Nazman was charged with steal- of the Penal Code, provides for im- tha Pattiaratchi, professor of coast- theyve found whale bones and
tenced to two years jail and ing the electric cables at the TNB prisonment for up to 10 years, and al oceanography at the University cables and a drum, it is incredible
fined RM2,000, in default of eight sub-station in Bandar Baru Ampang a fine. Nazman was unrepresented. of Western Australia. There are the resolution, he said, referring
months jail, by the Ampang mag- here between June 30 and July 4. He Bernama the locations of seamounts which to the data. Reuters
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H O M E 13

France indicts 2 in
submarine graft case
This is over alleged kickbacks from 2002 sale of vessels to Malaysia
PARIS: French investigators have in 2010 in response to a complaint Two other people are under in-
indicted two former top execu- by Malaysian rights group Suaram. vestigation in France for the same
tives in a long-running probe into It centres on allegations that case: Dominique Castellan, also a
alleged kickbacks from the 2002 the French submarine maker paid former DCNI president, and Ber-
sale of submarines to Malaysia, commission of more than 114 mil- nard Baiocco, Thales International
sources close to the inquiry said lion to a purported shell company Asias former president.
on Tuesday. linked to Abdul Razak Baginda, a All four deny any wrongdoing
The two are Philippe Japiot, former associate of Prime Minister and the Malaysian government
French naval dockyards unit DC- Datuk Seri Najib Razak. has said the contract is free of cor-
NIs former chairman, and Jean- Najib was defence minister ruption.
Paul Perrier, French defence and when the US$1.1 billion deal for The affair emerged spectacu-
electronics giant Thales former two Scorpene-class submarines larly in 2006, when Abdul Razaks
chief executive officer, they said. was sealed. Mongolian mistress who was
The two, interviewed in May, From 2001 to 2007, Japiot head- said to have demanded a pay-off
have been indicted for corruption, ed DCNI, the international branch for working as a language trans-
one of the sources said. of Frances centuries-old naval lator in the deal was shot dead
Japiot has additionally been in- shipbuilding operations, which and her body blown up with
dicted for abuse of social assets changed its name last month from plastic explosives near Kuala
and Perrier for complicity in the DCNS to Naval Group. Lumpur.
abuse of social assets, one of the The French state holds just un- A Malaysian court later cleared
sources said. der two-thirds of Naval Group, and Abdul Razak of abetting the mur-
The investigation was launched Thales slightly more than a third. der. AFP

Senior tithe centre officers


charged with corruption
BUTTERWORTH: Two senior of- Azman was also charged with ac- He was also charged with rec-
ficers of the Penang Tithe Man- cepting a Roscani Paris watch worth ommending the same company to
agement Centre (ZPP) pleaded not RM750 from a person he knew was supply animal feed worth RM6,000
guilty in the Sessions Court here connected with his official duties to ZPP at the same location on Nov
yesterday to separate charges of at a food shop near ZPP in 2015. 14, 2016.
corruption, allegedly committed All the charges were made un- The charges were made under
between 2010 and 2015. der Section 165 of the Penal Code, Section 23(1) of the Malaysian An-
One of them, ZPP chief executive which provides for an imprison- ti-Corruption Commission Act 2009,
officer Datuk Azman Abdul Samat, ment of up to two years or a fine, which provides for an imprison-
50, faces three charges the first, or both, if found guilty. ment of up to 20 years and a fine of
for allegedly receiving a Bonia Te- ZPP Asnaf quality development five times the gratifications value,
soro watch worth RM700 from an management and economic divi- or RM10,000, whichever is higher,
owner of the company MNI Venture, sion head Mohd Wardi Ramli, 35, if found guilty.
whom he knew was connected with was charged with two counts of Judge Sitarun Nisa Abdul Aziz
his official functions at his house in using his office for gratification by allowed Azman bail of RM1,500
Permatang Pauh in 2010. recommending Al Global Trading, on each count with one surety,
On the second count, Azman a company which he had an inter- while bail for Mohd Wardi was set
was charged with committing a est in, to supply 1,480 free-range at RM5,000 with one surety on each
similar offence by accepting a Tissot chicken and chicken feed worth count.
Touch watch worth RM2,000 from
the Al Global Trading owner at his
RM4,842 to ZPP.
The offence was allegedly com-
She set Aug 14 and Aug 21 for
mention of the cases involving
Sarawak government provides more
office at ZPP in Bandar Perda, Bukit mitted at the ZPP office on Nov Mohd Wardi and Azman respec- funds for mental health issues
Mertajam, between 2011 and 2015. 11, 2016. tively. Bernama
KUCHING: The Sarawak govern- at the Borneo Convention Centre
ment has increased its allocation Kuching here yesterday.
to the states ministry of welfare, The chief minister said the gov-
Seven teens held for assaulting schoolmate community well-being, women,
family and childhood to promote
ernment is particularly concerned
about the impact of mental disor-
mental health and organise ac- ders such as depression, anxiety,
JOHOR BARU: Seven teenage boys Annoyed by the victims action, On another case, he confirmed tivities, said Chief Minister Datuk and alcohol and drug abuse since
have been detained for allegedly the suspects punched, stomped that five persons including a wom- Amar Abang Johari Abang Openg. these are important contributors
beating up a schoolmate in front on and kicked the victim, causing an had been detained for brutally He said it would involve an to suicide.
of a secondary school in Skudai him to suffer bruises and injuries beating a Form Five student after appropriate allocation for all as- He said the latest National
here on Monday. on the head, face, back and hands. he refused to join a secret society pects of mental health, especially Health and Morbidity survey re-
Police arrested the suspects, A member of the public who on Sunday. among schoolchildren, to build vealed almost 30% of the gener-
aged between 14 and 16, at sever- witnessed the incident rescued He said four of the suspects their resilience. al local population experienced
al locations after the incident was the 13-year-old victim and later were detained by Johor police on This will help to improve mental health problems.
reported to the school and the vic- informed the school and victims Tuesday while another was de- mental health and reduce suicid- While there may be many rea-
tims family. family. tained by Melaka police on the al behaviour in the development sons for suicide among young
Johor police chief Datuk Seri All the suspects are being re- same day. plans for our state, he told report- people, Abang Johari pointed
Ahmad Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd manded until July 20 (today) and we The suspects, aged between ers after opening the 29th World out that bullying had become
said the incident occurred after the will conduct a detailed investigation 15 and 19 years old, are being re- Congress of the International As- an important contributory fac-
victim reported to a teacher that to curb gangsterism among school- manded to facilitate investigation sociation for Suicide Prevention tor, adding that he is personally
the suspects had climbed over the children, Wan Ahmad Najmuddin under Section 147 of the Penal and the 21st Malaysian Confer- concerned over this matter.
school fence to skip classes. said in a statement yesterday. Code, he added. Bernama ence of Psychological Medicine Bernama
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What can a central bank do?


It has after all thrown in the kitchen sink
BY JER E MY GAU N T average of about 350 basis point. Between them, the US, Swiss, Brit- ening and is talking about cutting its BofAML economists Ethan Harris
Could they do that now? Short ish, Japanese and eurozone central balance sheet, the BoE is at least think- and Aditya Bhave go further, saying
answer, no. banks have balance sheets essential- ing about raising rates, and the ECB central banks should prepare for
BofAML reckons the current av- ly cash and asset holdings totalling is hinting at tapering its asset-buying. the next recession by keep the taps

C
erage nominal policy rate is just 50 roughly US$15 trillion (RM64.35 tril- Even the BoJ, or some members, have open to overshoot their inflation
entral banks strug- basis points, with the European Cen- lion). That compares with only around been quietly retreating from its radical targets, not make do with bumping
gling to lift historically tral Bank (ECB) and Bank of Japan US$4 trillion at the start of 2008. up close to them.
low interest rates and (BoJ) in particular at the bottom They could and probably would Central banks cannot In other words, let inflation spike,
rein in stimulus pro- limit of what they can do. expand this in a crisis; central banks then tighten.
grammes may have It is not the first time this concern have shown great innovation in the do everything, What then, if a downturn hits
more on their minds has been raised. The Bank for Inter- past. But with the store of assets especially when they first, before normalisation of mon-
than just getting back to normal national Settlements, often called the available to buy dwindling as a result have already been etary policy?
they are, by some accounts, no- central banks bank, fired a warning of the US$15 trillion, any expansion Innovation. The idea of helicop-
where near ready to deal with the shot two years ago. would have to be far broader. doing it for close to a ter money has already been floated,
next recession or crisis. In some jurisdictions, monetary Doable, but relatively untried and decade. involving anything from direct trans-
Start with a then-and-now com- policy is already testing its outer possibly politically difficult. fers to the private sector to monet-
parison. limits, it said in its 2014/2015 an- Despite the huge monetary lar- ising government deficits by direct
When the global financial sys- nual report. gesse, inflation remains low and bond sales between government
tem nearly collapsed about a dec- In the same vein, Stephen King, well below target in all major indus- monetary experiment. and central bank.
ade ago, the worlds major central HSBCs senior economic adviser, trialised economies bar Brexit-hit Ironically, it is this desire to nor- Then, there is always the govern-
banks launched a series of aggressive has noted that in all US recessions Britain and even there it may be malise that some economists believe ment itself, opening up its own purse.
countermeasures, including trillions since the 1970s, the benchmark US easing back because of the ebbing is the main risk for global economic There will be greater need for a
of dollars worth of asset-buying. Federal Reserve interest rate has of base effects from sterlings fall. growth and for the next downturn. fiscal response, as monetary policy
The global economics team at fallen by a minimum of 5 percent- This means that central banks In the past, some recessions have alone will not be as effective, said
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch (Bo- age points. It is currently at a range such as the Fed, ECB, Bank of Eng- been caused by central banks acting Leila Butt, senior economist at Pru-
fAML) in a report that argues cen- of 1% to 1.25%. land (BoE) and BoJ are all making too aggressively, Sarah Hewin, chief dential Portfolio Management Group.
tral banks are not currently capable Similarly, central banks have been noises of varying hawkishness with- European economist at Standard Central banks cannot do
of responding to a new crisis cal- buying up the shop since 2008, when out necessarily having solved their Chartered Bank, said, adding that her everything, especially when they
culate that from 2006 to 2009 the five the financial crisis hit and the Great main problem. firm did not see any sustained inflation have already been doing it for close
major central banks cut rates by an Recession began. The Fed has already started tight- pressures to rationalise tightening. to a decade. Reuters

Why Congressional Republicans wont turn on Trump


BY PAU L WA L D MA N downs and threats to breach the debt seven GOP-held House seats as toss- ingly impossible scenario.) cus on tax cuts whenever he has
ceiling, Congressional Republicans ups for 2018, another 21 as lean- The Nixon era was also much asked about Trumps latest offence.
have made it clear they will follow ing Republican, and a further 22 less polarised. Today, a number of There are even a couple of elected
their base anywhere, even off a cliff. as likely Republican. That makes 50 forces enforce party unity. There is Republicans who declared their
But to understand why nearly Republican House members out of ideology: if you are a conservative, opposition to Trump early on and
IT is not easy being a Republican every elected Republican will stick 240 who have something to worry you want Trump to be there sign- never wavered, most notably Sen
member of Congress in the age by Trump, you have to put aside about when it comes to the general ing bills the GOP Congress sends to Ben Sasse of Nebraska. But none of
of Donald Trump. Every time he the broad national view and ques- election, even in a year that promises him, no matter what else he does. those who supported Trump in the
tweets something dumb or offen- tions of principle. No matter how to be highly unfavourable to them. Gerrymandering and Americans 2016 presidential race have turned
sive Republicans are asked to justify far he falls, the self-interest of Re- But the Republicans have a lot to own geographic sorting into more their back on him, even as evidence
it. Scandal is swirling around the publican politicians pushes them lose if they alienate their own base. ideologically homogenous commu- mounts that his team colluded with
White House. Despite the GOPs toward swallowing their objections Just ask Eric Cantor, the staunchly nities has decreased the number of Russia to during the election cam-
(the Republican Party, commonly and lining up behind him. conservative former House Major- swing districts, and with it the num- paign and, according to former FBI
referred to as the GOP [abbrevia- Most of us see politics as a grand ity Leader. Despite his assiduous ber of politicians who worry about director James Comey, that Trump
tion for Grand Old Party]) dreams contest between parties and na- courting of the right-wing of his appealing to both parties. And each himself tried to obstruct the FBIs
of a conservative remake of the tionally-known figures. Politicians caucus, in 2014 Cantor was beaten partys voters are less ideologically investigation into the scandal.
laws of the land, not a single signif- who want to keep their jobs have by a primary challenger from the diverse, as liberal Republicans and There is one more consideration
icant piece of legislation has made to think much smaller. So imagine Tea Party movement, David Brat. conservative Democrats have virtu- to keep in mind, particularly if the
it through Congress. you are a Republican member of The slightest deviation from parti- ally all switched parties. Conserva- Russia scandal keeps getting worse.
Congress from Kansas or Idaho or san orthodoxy in Cantors case, tive media continually tell Repub- While Republicans might wistfully
Saying as little as possible Alabama. Trump won your district on immigration can trigger a fu- licans that every Trump scandal is tell themselves that things would
Meanwhile, the reality TV star in by 25 points, and you barely had to rious backlash from the right. fake news ginned up by villainous be going a lot better if the person
the West Wing keeps tweeting sex- campaign against your token Dem- Some liberals hopefully note Democrats and a dishonest press sitting in the Oval Office were Mike
ist comments and making other ocratic opponent. The folks you talk that Republican senators even- thats out to get our noble president. Pence fervently ideological, pre-
gaffes that embarrass Republi- to back home may have some mis- tually came around to pushing dictable, boring Mike Pence they
cans and make their jobs harder. givings about one thing or another Richard Nixon to resign. But that Trump got 90% of GOP votes also know that impeachment would
This months shocking series of that the administration is doing, but came after two years of Republi- These forces are part of what made be an outright cataclysm for their
revelations that Donald Trump, they are united in their hatred of cans, especially the most conserv- the entire GOP rally around Trump party. They remember that in 1974,
Jr eagerly met with a represent- liberals, Democrats, and the main- ative ones, digging in their heels during the campaign; despite all the after Nixon resigned, Democrats in-
ative of the Russian government stream national media. and rallying around the president. talk about Never Trump Repub- creased their margin in the House by
to check out Russian opposition Most crucially, it happened when licans and Clintons hopes that she 49 seats and won the White House
research on Hillary Clinton has Cook Political Report Democrats controlled both hous- could pull moderate Republicans two years later.
led pundits to suggest this may be That is why the only real political es of Congress and therefore the disgusted with Trump across the Republicans may cringe every
the point at which Republicans on danger you worry about is a pri- tools with which to investigate aisle to vote for her, Trump got the morning when they check their
Capitol Hill begin turning against mary challenge from the right. You and impeach, forcing Republicans votes of 90% of those who identified phones and see the latest revelation
the president. know that while Trumps approval to confront an issue they might with the GOP about the same or pratfall coming from the White
But, as Republicans have already ratings rarely breaks 40%, his ap- have preferred to avoid. (At pres- as the partys nominees who came House. But they cast their lot with
demonstrated by saying as little as proval among Republican voters is ent, Democrats are not expected before him. Donald Trump, and they know that
possible about Trumps, Jrs actions, still around 85%. When Trump said, to win back the Senate in 2018. That is not to say there are no if he goes down, so do they.
they will stand by their president I could stand in the middle of Fifth Even if they did, they would not notes of dissent from within the
no matter how stupid, childish, or Avenue and shoot somebody and I be able to oust Trump unless he party. One does hear the occasion-
even unpatriotic his behaviour. For wouldnt lose any voters, okay? he was impeached by the House and al sarcastic crack from John Mc- Paul Waldman is a blogger for the
at least as long as they have made a was not far off. they won enough support from Cain or Lindsey Graham, and Paul Washington Post, a columnist for
habit of hamstringing the economy The Cook Political Report, which Republicans to reach a two-thirds Ryan can be counted on to offer a The Week, and a contributing editor
with pointless government shut- handicaps congressional races, lists majority of the Senate a seem- furrowed brow and a plea to refo- at the American Prospect.
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D B U S I N E S S 15

Goldmans
market
McCormick buys Reckitt IN BRIEF

Bitcoin unstable, too


vulnerable to speculation
compass
points in wrong
direction
Benckiser food unit VIENNA: European Central
Bank governing council mem-
ber Ewald Nowotny warned
against accepting bitcoin as an
official payment method, saying
BY JO H N FOL EY the digital currency lacked sta-
bility and was too vulnerable to
LONDON: Who cares about a
few bad weeks in fixed-income
US$4.2b deal brings stable of well-known condiments to US firm speculation. Many governments
around the world are consider-
markets? JPMorgan boss Jamie ing how to regulate and classify
Dimon raised the reasonable BY NICK TUR NER to us like a very high price for a Nestle SA, the worlds largest food bitcoin, whose value surged in
question last week. The answer & CR AIG GIAM M ONA US-oriented ambient food busi- company, is also shaking up its port- June to hit a record just shy of
is Lloyd Blankfein at rival Wall ness, James Edwardes Jones, an an- folio. Under activist pressure to im- US$3,000 (RM12,870). Bitcoin
Street firm Goldman Sachs, NEW YORK: McCormick & Co alyst at RBC Capital Markets, wrote prove results, it is considering selling lacks the one thing that makes
which on Tuesday reported a 40% agreed to acquire Reckitt Benck- in a note to investors. He expects its US candy operations. Investor Nel- a good currency, namely sta-
year-on-year slump in revenue iser Group plcs food business for the transaction to dilute Reckitts son Peltzs Trian Fund Management bility, Nowotny told Austrian
from trading bonds, currencies US$4.2 billion (RM18.02 billion), earnings per share by about 1%. this week set its sights on Procter & daily Kleine Zeitung in an in-
and commodities. Goldmans adding Frenchs Food mustard and McCormick shares dropped 0.1% Gamble Co, the US giant that com- terview published yesterday.
market compass is a little off, Franks RedHot sauce to its line-up in New York on Tuesday before the petes with Unilever in personal care. Bitcoin is an object of specu-
and investors may soon expect of spices and seasonings. announcement and have gained Frenchs and Franks RedHot will lation. Bitcoin has fallen 20%
Blankfein to fix it more quickly. The deal brings a stable of well- about 4% this year. Reckitt stock rose become McCormicks second- and since its record high in June but
The quarter to June was the known condiments to Sparks, 2% early yesterday in London, extend- third-largest brands, respectively, is still 245% over the past year.
second in a row in which the Maryland-based McCormick. For ing its increase for the year to 16%. chief executive officer Lawrence Reuters
US$90 billion (RM386.1 bil- Reckitt, unloading the products The deal comes as speculation E Kurzius said in a statement on
lion) financial group run has continues an overhaul that began swirls about the next round of con- Tuesday. McCormicks pro forma Shares in Harley-Davidson
been out-traded by its peers. with an expansion into baby for- solidation in the packaged-food busi- 2017 annual net sales are expected tumble on weak earnings
While others warned that the mula through the British compa- ness. In February, Kraft Heinz Co to be approximately US$5 billion, NEW YORK: Shares in icon-
period would be less good nys acquisition of Mead Johnson was spurned in a blockbuster bid to with significant margin growth, ic US motorcycle company
than a year earlier, JPMor- Nutrition Co for US$16.6 billion. take over Unilever, the British-Dutch according to the statement. Harley-Davidson stumbled
gan and Citigroup reported The transaction price equates maker of Hellmanns mayonnaise and The deal is expected to be com- on Tuesday following weak
revenue shrinkage in their to 20 times the divisions earnings Knorr soup. In the aftermath, Unile- pleted in the third or fourth quarter earnings that underscored its
equivalent divisions less than before interest, taxes, deprecia- ver was cited by analysts as a possible of McCormicks fiscal 2017, pending troubles finding new custom-
half as severe as Goldmans. tion and amortisation, which feels bidder for the Reckitt business. regulatory approvals. Bloomberg ers. Shares were down 8.5% at
They may be less exposed to US$47.60 (RM204.20) midday
commodities or benefit more after earlier slumping nearly
from steady corporate business 12% following release of the re-
rather than hedge funds. And sults. These are challenging
swings in markets can have times for motorcycle sales and
a bigger impact on Goldman Amazon.com doesnt have an-
because it lacks a large com- ything to do with that, quipped
mercial banking business. Last Briefing.com, referring to the
quarter, the firms dire fixed-in- disruptive online retailer. Net
come performance was offset profit through the first half of
by strong equities trading and 2017 fell 16% to US$445.2 mil-
a US$1.2 billion slug of revenue lion and revenues dropped 9.4%
from equity investments Gold- to US$3.4 billion, the company
man holds on its own book. said. AFP
Over time, the firms exposure
to volatile fixed-income trad- AkzoNobel CEO steps
ing will become more muted. down for health reasons
In the most recent quarter, FICC THE HAGUE: AkzoNobel chief
(fixed-income, currencies and executive officer (CEO) Ton
commodities), as it is known, Buchner announced yesterday
made up around 15% of net rev- he is quitting for health reasons,
enue, against 24% in the second leaving the worlds leading paint
quarter of 2016. Blankfeins push maker in the throes of a bitter
into retail banking is still in its in- legal battle after it rejected a US
fancy, but the 20%-plus returns takeover bid. Buchner steps
on equity that other consumer down with immediate effect due
lenders manage more than to health reasons the company
twice what Goldman reported REMEMBERING JANE AUSTEN ... The Bank of England (BoE) unveiled its rst plastic 10 (RM5.58) note on said in a statement, adding that
last quarter suggest that is a Tuesday, which features 19th-century British novelist Jane Austen and will be available to the public from September. The central Thierry Vanlancker has been
promising new direction. bank has printed an initial run of a billion of the new notes, which are known in Britain as tenners, after last years launch of a 5 named as the new CEO. This
Targeting less flighty corpo- note made from a polymer lm that the BoE said is more durable and harder to forge. Tuesday marked the 200th anniversary of was an extraordinarily difficult
rate clients and longer-term asset Austens death. Photo by Reuters decision to make but my focus
managers may also muffle some must now be on my health, said
of the noise, though that will take Buchner, who joined AzkoNobel
time too. Of course, that will also in 2012. AFP
dampen Goldmans traditionally
unmatched ability to ping back
dramatically when markets do.
That ping-back potential
Australias banks rally on benign rules Target head unfazed by
Amazon-Whole Foods deal
ASPEN, Colorado: US retail gi-
referred to in analyst-speak as ant Targets chief executive of-
operating leverage is a big BY EM ILY CADM AN by Jan 1, 2020, the Australian Pru- ANZ shares rose as much as ficer Brian Cornell on Tuesday
part of Goldmans investment dential Regulatory Authority (Apra) 4.2%, the most in more than eight played down Amazons massive
appeal. It helps explain why the SYDNEY: Australias big four banks said in a statement yesterday. months, and Commonwealth Bank deal to acquire grocery chain
bank trades at 1.1 times its es- rallied in Sydney trading as new The average across the banks at added 3.4%. NAB rallied as much Whole Foods, arguing that it
timated book value a year from capital requirements turned out to the end of last year was 9.85%, ac- as 3.7% and Westpac climbed as validates his companys busi-
now, according to Eikon. The im- be less onerous than expected and cording to Morgan Stanley calcu- much as 4%. ness model. It wasnt a sur-
plication is that investors believe the financial regulator signalled lations, putting the lenders within Adding to the sense of relief, prise that that deal took place,
Goldman can push its return on they may not get any higher. close reach of the new target. Apra said in an accompanying in- Cornell told a forum in Aspen,
equity well into double digits. As To ensure they are unquestiona- The new requirements look rel- formation paper that likely sub- Colorado. It really validates
Dimon at JPMorgan suggested, a bly strong, Australia & New Zealand atively benign, said Anthony Ip, a sequent changes necessitated by what weve been talking about
few bad trading weeks need not Banking Group Ltd (ANZ), Com- credit analyst at Citigroup Inc. The international agreements can be for almost four years now. For
change their minds. But a cou- monwealth Bank of Australia, Na- majors may well be able to meet accommodated within this frame- Amazon I think theres a rec-
ple more uninspiring quarters tional Australia Bank Ltd (NAB) and the new requirements organically work and will not necessitate fur- ognition that a physical store
might. Reuters Westpac Banking Corp will need without equity raisings, asset sales ther increases to requirements at a and proximity is important to
Tier-1 capital ratios of at least 10.5% or changes to dividends. later date. Bloomberg the consumer. AFP
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US seeks to smooth trade IN BRIEF

Daimler announces
recall of three million

relations with China in talks


diesel cars in Europe
BERLIN: German luxury car-
maker Daimler, being inves-
tigated for alleged emissions
cheating, announced on Tues-
day a voluntary recall of more
than three million Mercedes-
Benz diesel vehicles in Europe.
Yet, some experts are sceptical if it will prompt Beijing to open its market further It said it had launched a service
action for other models and
that, to effectively improve the
BY H E AT HER SCOTT emissions of additional model

W
US-China series, Daimler has now de-
ASHINGTON: cided to extend the service ac-
After riding a merchandise tion to include over three mil-
wave of an- trade lion Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
ti-trade sen- The Stuttgart-based company
timent to the said the action would cost the
White House, Chinese goods exports to US
company some 220 million
UNITED
the Trump administration is taking STATES (RM1.075 billion) and be free
US goods exports to China
a more traditional approach to re- CHINA of charge for customers. AFP
In billions of dollars
solving issues with China: a formal
structure of talks that makes gradual, 468 483 463
Apple appoints new
sometimes glacial progress. 399 426 440 China head as sales in its
Trade experts expectations are 365 No 2 market slide
338
restrained that the first round of 321 296 BEIJING: Apple Inc has appoint-
288
talks yesterday will produce results ed one of its top wireless software
on long-standing issues with Beijing, 188 engineers the new head of its
such as the massive trade deficit or Chinese operations, as it tries
111 122 124 116 116
global overproduction of steel and 92 104 to reverse a persistent sales de-
aluminum. 54 63 70 70 50 cline in its largest market after
While US President Donald the US. Isabel Ge Mahe, currently
Trump had attacked China earlier 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017* vice president of wireless tech-
for unfair trade practices, his meet- Source: US Census Bureau *Jan-May nologies, will assume the newly
ing with Chinese counterpart Xi Jin- created position of managing di-
ping at his Florida resort in April rector for greater China, which
prompted a change of rhetoric and er financial services, including bond Ross, along with Chinas Vice Premier right topics, including overcapacity includes Taiwan and Hong Kong.
the launch of a 100-day economic underwriting, that were to be con- Wang Yang. However, some experts and high-tech issues in the Chinese Chinese-born Ge Mahe, who as
cooperation plan. cluded prior to yesterdays meeting. are sceptical about the talks, howev- market, but its not clear to me this a leader of mobile engineering
That led to specific but narrow Meanwhile, Trump followed his two er improved by narrowing the focus mechanism or any mechanism will teams helped develop Apple Pay
achievements, including opening the predecessors in launching a mech- compared to the Obama administra- be very effective, said Scott Kennedy, and HomeKit, will answer direct-
Chinese market to US beef exports anism for regular talks to be led by tions broader approach, will prompt Center for Strategic and International ly to chief executive officer Tim
and pledges to remove barriers for Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin China to open its market further. Studies China expert in Washing- Cook and chief operating officer
US credit card transactions and oth- and Commerce Secretary Wilbur The administration has picked the ton. AFP Jeff Williams. Bloomberg
VEON oers mobile
messaging app in ve

Microsoft to help Baidu Xi pours cold water on Chinas


creativity rally
markets
FRANKFURT: Global telecom
operator VEON said yesterday

self-driving car effort BY P E TE S WE E NE Y tech companies far above global


it is making progress in rein-
venting itself as an online play-
er by introducing its messaging
peers. Subsidies also flooded the and mobile services app in
SAN FRANCISCO: Microsofts cloud analytic power, according to the HONG KONG: Chinas innova- country with more than its fair four new markets, including its
computing platform will be used companies. tion bubble is rapidly losing air. share of 20-something chief exec- largest in Russia and Pakistan.
outside China for collaboration by The companies did not say why Investors, hearing President Xi utive officers (CEOs) running on- The messaging app, designed
members of a self-driving car alli- the alliance would not use the Mi- Jinpings signal for a crackdown on line stores, bicycle sharing services to compete with the likes of
ance formed by Chinese Internet crosoft cloud computing platform financial risk, are speeding their or doing something with drones. Facebook Incs WhatsApp and
search giant Baidu, the companies inside China. flight from expensive technology However, pragmatic Xi has now Rakuten Incs Viber, offers free
announced on Tuesday. Rather than developing its own stocks and small caps into tradi- seized the economic reins from his services to customers via its
The US software giant is one of self-driving car, Microsoft has been tional economy blue chips. The idealistic premier, and hes focused mobile network without us-
more than 50 entities that have playing to its strength in software overheated early-stage start-up on financial risk than reinventing ers incurring data charges as
joined an Apollo alliance created by working with automotive com- space may be next. the economy. Many entrepreneur- other apps do. Two more mar-
by Baidu in April. Microsoft will panies on systems for turning the Mainland investors read Xis ial rock stars have fallen on hard kets where VEON will offer the
enable alliance members to col- massive amounts of data from sen- weekend comments, delivered at a times. Tech empire LeEco founder app are Ukraine and Georgia.
laborate, share information and sors into actionable intelligence. five yearly financial forum, as a sign Jia Yueting, for example, has be- Reuters
tap into Azure cloud computings AFP that conditions will tighten further. come a poster child for hubris,
That poured cold water on Chinese and his flagship listed unit is one Google redesigns
small caps, and on the tech-heavy of the largest tickers on ChiNext. mobile search app with
ChiNext growth board. Some 500 For all the talk of transformation, personalised feed
Facebooks WhatsApp partially blocked companies hit their 10% limit down
on Monday. The ChiNext index
in 2017 it was mostly traditional
sectors, including export manu-
SAN FRANCISCO: Google yes-
terday announced an overhaul
in China amid censorship push lost over 5%, its worst day in years, facturing, real estate and old-fash- of its search app on mobile
and is down around 20% year to ioned infrastructure investments, phones to include Google
BY DAVI D RA ML I & SA RA H F RIER as audio clips, a favoured format in date, compared to a 10% rise in that kept Chinas economic growth Feed, a personalised feed of
the country, were not being delivered. the benchmark CSI300. on track. Government rhetoric links about hobbies, travel,
BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Face- WhatsApp is not responsible for The correction may mark the about innovation and entrepre- sports and other topics. This
book Incs WhatsApp messaging the blockage, according to a per- end of a broader trend that started neurship is cooling too. puts the search company into
service has been partially blocked son familiar with the matter. The in 2015, when Premier Li Keqiang Taking the heat out of an over- more direct competition with
in China, following a censorship company declined to comment. publicly praised young entrepre- heated market is unlikely to de- social networks such as Face-
crackdown by the government. The Chinese authorities want to neurs and said he would stoke the press genuine creativity in fact, book. Google, the worlds larg-
Multiple WhatsApp users in China be able to monitor all communica- fires of innovation. Bureaucrats less cash may attract fewer copy- est search engine and a unit of
reported experiencing intermittent tion on the Internet, said Charlie poured money into incubators cats and may make valuations Alphabet Inc, said the chang-
outages from Monday night, Beijing Smith, co-founder of GreatFire.org and subsidised college student more reasonable for investors. es began rolling out in the US
time. By Tuesday morning, users which tracks blockages. Smith uses start-ups. Policy initiatives focused However, for many wannabe CEO yesterday before other coun-
had taken to social networks such as a pseudonym for fear of reprisals by on upgrading the old economy college kids, it may be time to write tries in the coming weeks.
Twitter to report that photos as well Chinese authorities. Bloomberg helped pushed up valuations for a real resume. Reuters Reuters
18 WORLD T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Park refuses order to testify IN BRIEF

Controversial French
anti-terror bill

in Samsung heirs trial


clears rst hurdle
PARIS: A controversial bill to
toughen Frances security laws
cleared its first hurdle late on
Tuesday when the conserva-
tive-dominated Senate approved
the legislation by a majority. The
new laws will replace a state of
South Koreas former president cites poor health as the reason emergency imposed after the
November 2015 terror attacks in
Paris that left 130 people dead.
BY PAR K C H A N- KYON G been complaining of exhaustion Lee is accused of bribery, corruption, Under the state of emergency,
and a toe injury that has left her perjury and other oences stemming from authorities have the power to
SEOUL: South Koreas disgraced limping slightly. a wide-ranging scandal that saw Park place people under house arrest,
former president Park Geun-Hye Defence lawyers say her hectic herself impeached and arrested. order house searches and ban
yesterday again refused to testify trial schedule which forces her to public gatherings without the
in the corruption trial of the heir appear in court four days per week Lees arrest sent shockwaves prior approval of a judge. Some
to the Samsung business empire, for up to 10 hours coupled with through the group and triggered the of them will become permanent
citing poor health. confinement during sultry weath- announcement of a major reform under the proposed law. Inte-
For the second time in a fort- er, have taken a toll on her health. of its top-down management style. rior Minister Gerard Collomb
night Park rejected a court order The corruption scandal centres The scandal has cast renewed defended the bill, saying: We
to give evidence in the case of Lee on Choi Soon-Sil, a former close light on the cosy ties traditionally want to come out from the state
Jae-Yong, the vice-chairman of confidante of Park who is accused enjoyed by the government and the of emergency, but we cant do so
Samsung Electronics. of using her close presidential ties family-controlled conglomerates without counterterrorism con-
Lee is accused of bribery, cor- to force local firms to donate near- known as chaebols that dominate trols in place. AFP
ruption, perjury and other offenc- ly US$70 million to two dubious also faces other cases. the countrys economy.
es stemming from a wide-ranging foundations. Samsung, the worlds biggest The groups have faced increas- South Korea probes
scandal that saw Park herself im- Choi, who allegedly used some smartphone maker and South Ko- ing criticism over their manage- North Korea celebrity
peached and arrested. Four other of the funds for personal gain, was reas largest business group with ment practices, including rapid who returned home
Samsung executives have also been jailed for three years last month for revenues equivalent to about a fifth promotions for family members SEOUL: South Korea is investi-
charged. obstruction of business in connec- of the countrys gross domestic some of whom have damaged gating the case of a North Ko-
Park, now in the Seoul detention tion with her daughters illicit ad- product, was the single biggest do- the corporate image with their con- rean defector who became a
centre and on trial separately, has mission to a Seoul university. She nor to the foundations. duct. AFP celebrity refugee in Seoul, but
recently appeared on Pyong-
yang television to claim she had

Convictions in Thai human trafficking trial


returned home from the hell
of the capitalist South. Lim Ji-
Hyun arrived in Seoul in 2014
and soon became a public figure
after starring in several South
BY T H A NA PORN PROMYAMYAI a criminal trail that stretched from Korean TV shows featuring es-
& SA L LY MA I RS Myanmar to Malaysia. Human trafficking in Southeast Asia capees from the North. But on
2015 saw huge numbers of people risking their lives to leave the Bay of Bengal
The crackdown revealed a lattice Sunday Lim abruptly appeared
BANGKOK: A Thai court found doz- of military, police, local political and Rakhine State, Myanmar in a video on the Norths prop-
ens of people guilty of human traffick- mafia figures acting as traffickers, Home to most of the 1.2 million Rohingya Muslims aganda network, describing
ing offences yesterday in a mass trial agents and logistics men, all soaking Buddhist-majority Myanmar see the Rohingya as illegal how her fantasy about the
Bangladeshi immigrants
exploring links between corrupt offi- up cash from some of Asias poor- wealthy South had been shat-
cials, including a senior army general, est and most vulnerable migrants. An estimated 420,000 Rohingya refugees
around the region and over 120,000
tered. AFP
and the grim but lucrative trade in Yesterday judges at Bangkok BANGLADESH trapped in displacement camps
Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants. Criminal Court began delivering since sectarian violence erupted in 2012 French military chief
Thailands junta launched a a stream of verdicts for the 102 de- Coxs Bazar MYANMAR
$90-370
upbraided by Macron
Sittwe
crackdown in May 2015 on a net- fendants. One other accused died Price range for quits statement
Jan-April 2015 BAY OF
work funnelling desperate migrants while on remand. a ticket to embark PARIS: Frances military chief
BENGAL
through southern Thailand and The offences include human 25,000 THAILAND resigned yesterday after he was
Estimated number of people $2,000
onto Malaysia, holding some for trafficking, ransom, slavery and leaving the Bay of Bengal by boat Amount some migrants rebuked by President Emmanuel
ransom in jungle camps. murder. All deny the charges. Between 40-60 percent ANDAMAN
have been charged on arrival Macron for protesting defence
reckoned to be from Rakhine, in Thailand or Malaysia for
It unspooled a crisis across Media were barred from the court SEA spending cuts. General Pierre
Myanmar. Others thought to release from a holding camp
Southeast Asia as gangmasters aban- itself, relying instead on an audio be from Bangladesh Koh de Villiers, said in a statement he
Banda Lipe
doned their human cargo in the relay of the complex proceedings. Aceh no longer felt able to command
camps where hundreds died from Thailands role as a key traffick- At least 370 people Penang
the sort of armed forces that I
starvation and malaria, and at sea ing route spilled into full view after lost their lives at sea Aceh MALAYSIA think is necessary to guarantee
January - June 2015,
in overcrowded boats which were officials found dozens of shallow according to the UN the protection of France and the
then ping ponged between Thai, graves in the hidden camps dot- INDONESIA French people. De Villiers, 60,
Rohingya trafficking
Malaysian and Indonesian waters. ting the steep, forested hills of the Hundreds, if not thousands,
camps were discovered told a parliamentary committee
remain unaccounted for,
Rights groups long accused Thai-Malaysian border in May 2015. according to Amnesty
in 2015 he would not allow the armed
officials of ignoring and even We expect there are many more Some 1,000 people The remains of forces to be screwed by plans
were brought ashore 139 people were
orchestrating the trade in hu- perpetrators out there, Amy Smith, discovered in camps in to cut 850 million (RM4.20 bil-
mans through Thailands southern from Fortify Rights, told AFP. Malaysia lion)from the budget. AFP
provinces. This is a big business with big Source: UNHCR/Arakan Project/Malaysia government/Amnesty
The area was the crucial link in money. AFP China aggressive in
border row, says India
diplomat media
NEW DELHI: A top Indian dip-
Philippines Duterte threatens to end peace talks after attack lomat said China is being un-
usually aggressive in a month-
MANILA: Philippine President The government blamed of Marawi since May 23. accomplish the mission. old border dispute with India
Rodrigo Duterte threatened to end the New Peoples Army the The communist party, which is The communist insurgency that that shows no sign of easing,
peace talks with communist rebels 4,000-member armed wing of the waging Asias longest-running in- began in 1968 and now mostly media reports said yesterday.
yesterday, hours after suspected Communist Party of the Philip- surgency, called on its armed wing waged in Mindanao has claimed Beijing has made virtually daily
guerrillas wounded four of his mil- pines and threatened to shelve on Tuesday to launch offensives an estimated 30,000 lives. warnings to its neighbour over
itary bodyguards in an ambush. peace negotiations unless the in response to Dutertes plan to The rebels have been in off- the deadlock on a remote Him-
Aides said Duterte, 72, was guerrillas stopped targeting sol- put Mindanao under martial law and-on peace talks with the gov- alayan plateau, where Indian
not in the convoy when gunmen diers in the south. until the end of the year. ernment since Duterte, a self-de- and Chinese troops have been
opened fire on two Presidential The latest communist attack A 60-day martial rule is now in scribed socialist, was elected last locked in a tense face off. For-
Security Group vehicles along a came as government forces on force on Mindanao as part of the year. eign Secretary S Jaishankar told
highway on the main southern Mindanao fought Islamic State military campaign in Marawi, but Both sides declared unilater- lawmakers in a closed briefing
island of Mindanao, where mar- group-inspired militants who have the Duterte government said on al ceasefires, but these did not on the dispute that India wanted
tial law is in effect. been holed up in the southern city Tuesday it needed more time to last. AFP a diplomatic settlement. AFP
THU R S DAY JU LY 20 , 20 17 T HEED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D 19

Second Trump-Putin
Eighth person IN BRIEF
who attended Loud sound preceded US
Trump Jr meeting police shooting unarmed

discussion revealed
Australian woman
identied CNN CHICAGO: Police in Minnesota
were startled by a loud sound
WASHINGTON: An eighth per- prior to fatally shooting an un-
son who attended a controver- armed Australian woman who
sial meeting with President had called them to report a pos-
Donald Trumps eldest son sible assault, US investigators
has been identified as a top revealed on Tuesday. The state
official of a company founded It raises questions about what they talked about, who was present agency probing the killing of
by a Russian billionaire with Justine Damond, also known
links to the Trumps, CNN said by her maiden name Justine
on Tuesday. WASHINGTON: Donald Trump and Trumps eldest son Donald Jr At the dinner, President Trump Ruszczyk, interviewed one of
The confirmation is the Vladimir Putin had an additional, recently released emails showing was seated between Mrs Abe, wife the two officers who respond-
latest development in the previously undisclosed chat at this he held a meeting during the cam- of the Prime Minister of Japan, and ed to her emergency call on
burgeoning scandal over the months G20 summit in Hamburg, paign with Kremlin-connected fig- Mrs Macri, wife of the President of Saturday night in Minneapolis.
Trump campaigns contacts the White House acknowledged ures, hoping to get dirt on his dads Argentina. Mrs Trump was seated Damond had called Minneap-
with Russia, after it was re- on Tuesday. election rival Hillary Clinton. next to President Putin. olis police on Saturday to re-
vealed that Donald Trump Jr After a brief greeting at the start Trump late on Tuesday took to During the course of the dinner, port a possible assault occurring
attended the June 2016 meet- of the two-day summit and a two- Twitter to blast the suggestion that all the leaders circulated through- near her home. Two officers re-
ing during the campaign hop- hour bilateral meeting with their there was anything improper about out the room and spoke with one sponded with their police cars
ing to get dirt on his fathers foreign ministers on July 7, Trump his dinner chat with Putin. another freely. President Trump emergency lights off. Officer
rival Hillary Clinton. and Putin also chatted over dinner Fake News story of secret din- spoke with many leaders during Matthew Harrity told investi-
Trump Jr had been told over on the final night of the summit, an ner with Putin is sick. All G20 lead- the course of the evening. As the gators on Tuesday that he had
email that a Russian govern- official said. ers, and spouses, were invited by dinner was concluding, President been startled by a loud sound
ment attorney would provide There was a couples-only social the Chancellor of Germany. Press Trump went over to Mrs Trump, near the squad car just before
damaging details. Trump cam- dinner at the G20, a White House knew! he declared. where he spoke briefly with Pres- Damond approached, the Min-
paign manager Paul Manafort official told AFP. Toward the end, The Fake News is becoming ident Putin. nesota Bureau of Criminal Ap-
and son-in-law Jared Kushner the president spoke to Putin at the more and more dishonest! Even a The White House also rejected prehension said in a statement.
also attended. dinner. dinner arranged for top 20 leaders in concerns that Trump was not with His partner, Officer Mohamed
The latest confirmed partic- The disclosure has raised ques- Germany is made to look sinister! any other US officials and used Pu- Noor, was in the passenger seat.
ipant is Ike Kaveladze, a senior tions about what the pair talked A second White House official tins translator. Harrity indicated that Officer
vice president of the Crocus about, who was present and why denied there was a second meet- Each couple was allowed one Noor discharged his weapon,
Group a real estate busi- the meeting was not previously ing between Trump and Putin, translator. The American translator striking Ruszczyk through the
ness headed Aras Agalarov, mentioned. describing a brief conversation at accompanying President Trump open drivers side window, the
the Azerbaijani-Russian mogul The Trump administration has the end of a dinner. spoke Japanese. When President agency said. AFP
who has done business with been besieged by allegations that The insinuation that the White Trump spoke to President Putin, the
the Trumps according to the presidents closest advisers col- House has tried to hide a second two leaders used the Russian trans- Mounting EU concern over
CNN, citing Kaveladzes lawyer luded with Russia to win the 2016 meeting is false, malicious and ab- lator, since the American translator Polands commitment
for confirmation of his identity. election. surd, the official said. did not speak Russian. AFP to rule of law
According to the lawyer, BRUSSELS: The European Un-
Scott Balber, Kaveladze is a ion (EU) yesterday was to mull
US citizen who went to the turning up the heat on Polands
meeting at Trump Tower un- right-wing government over
der the impression that he plans to reshape the coun-
would translate for Russian trys courts a drive critics
lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, say would undermine judicial
who was thought to have the freedom. After launching re-
potentially incriminating in- forms of the constitutional court
formation. following its election victory in
The eighth person has late 2015, the Polish government
been identified by prosecu- last week moved to overhaul the
tors and we are cooperating entire judicial system. The Eu-
fully with prosecutors as a ropean Commission (EC) was
result of the investigation, to hold high-level talks yester-
Balber told CNN, referring to day before Vice President Frans
special counsel Robert Mu- Timmermans gives his assess-
ellers probe into suspicions ment of the situation. The EC
that Russia meddled in the has already warned the ruling
2016 US election. Law and Justice Party to reverse
Also at the meeting was changes to the constitution-
Briton Rob Goldstone, a mu- al court or face sanctions for
sic publicist who arranged the breaching EU norms on the rule
encounter. of law and democracy. AFP
Goldstone is close to pop
star Emin Agalarov, who is Trump taps former Utah
Aras Agalarovs son and who governor Jon Huntsman as
performed during the 2013 US ambassador to Russia
Miss Universe beauty com- WASHINGTON: President Don-
petition that was organised LENNONS ROLLER GOES ON SHOW ... Rolls-Royce has announced that it will celebrate the 50th anniversary ald Trump has tapped veteran
by the Trumps. of The Beatles Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album by bringing the colourful Rolls-Royce Phantom V, formerly owned by diplomat and former Utah gov-
Also in attendance was a John Lennon, back home to London for the British public to see. According to The Nation, the car, currently owned by the Royal ernor Jon Huntsman as am-
Russian-American lobbyist British Columbia Museum in Canada, will travel to London to join The Great Eight Phantoms a Rolls-Royce Exhibition, at bassador to Russia, the White
and Veselnitskayas transla- Bonhams on Bond Street, an area visited regularly by Lennon in the late 1960s in this very car. House said on Tuesday. Hunts-
tor. AFP man, 57, previously served as
US ambassador to China and
Singapore. AFP

No respite for tens of thousands of Canadians fleeing wildfires Bad weather caused
Myanmar plane crash
YANGON: Bad weather caused
MONTREAL: Tens of thousands have already consumed more than people have been able to return ed, but under warning they may a Myanmar military plane to
of people who fled wildfires in 327,000ha of forest and unculti- to their homes, around 46,000 have to flee again at short notice. crash last month with 122 people
western Canada were unable to vated land. people remain displaced by the On the eastern slope of the on board, state media reported
return home on Tuesday as the Of the active blazes, 15 present inferno. Rocky Mountains, the fires forced yesterday. The aircraft plunged
massive blazes raged on. a real threat to communities, said Some 1,000 residents of Cache the partial closure of some of Can- into the Andaman Sea during a
Officials said that 155 fires were British Columbia fire spokesman Creek, around 100km west of Kam- adas most prized national parks, routine flight from the southern
still burning in British Colum- Kevin Skrepnek. loops, were able to return home 11 such as Banff in the province of city of Myeik to the commercial
bia province, where the flames Although small numbers of days after they were first evacuat- Alberta. AFP hub, Yangon. AFP
20
live it!
T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

Personal
ASSISTANT NEW KID
ON THE BLOCK
CO M PI L ED BY H A NN A H M ERICAN

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

a set of 50 complex prints entitled Pause/ structed or represented. The conceptual


Kuala Lumpurs latest Replay, which are dated from 2004 to artists installment of skeletons bearing
2009. Known for his watercolour and the ability to bring out life is juxtaposed
art gallery A+ WORKS oil paintings, pencil drawings, prints against the fact that bone is suggestive
and multimedia installations, the art- of death. As such, Tans exposure of the
of ART seeks to involve ist favours the exploration of different oxymoron in our imaginings is also dis-
contexts in society, culture and politics. played in the installment itself.
contemporary practices Since the 1990s, Suwage predominantly
uses his own portraiture to convey his
in new media art concerns and probe uneasy questions
with witty socio-political criticisms,
BY E M I LY YAP which creates a somber air of ironic hu-

D
TASTE the food prepared by award-winning mour. One of his conceptual strategies is
Chef Fei at Lai Po Heen, Mandarin Oriental ive into the world of con- appropriating his own work, those from
this week. Hailing from Guangdong prov- temporary art with the other artists and popular iconography,
ince, Fei will showcase some of his signature launch of a new art gal- which he remakes and redevelops into
dishes. Set menus are available for lunch lery in town, A+ WORKS something new. Suwage will be show-
and dinner featuring dishes such as mari- of ART. This new gallery casing his form of remediation which
nated turnip and foie gras cherry, dim sum seeks to involve contem- enables him to add complex layers of
platter, seared Australian wagyu beef sirloin porary practices and discussions in new meaning that is connotative of his crit-
with pepper and chilli, and ne noodles in media art, especially photography, video, ical investigations into art history and
lobster soup. The promotion will be on until installation and performance art. As its its social contexts.
Sunday. Mandarin Oriental is located at Kuala name suggests, A+ refers to the gallerys Pause/Replay was first made on wa-
Lumpur City Centre. Make a reservation by strive for distinction in exhibiting excel- tercolour on paper in 2004 and scanned
calling (03) 2179 8797. lent and unique pieces that do not have in high resolution for exhibition pur-
a platform in a commercial gallery. With poses. The artworks were first exhibited
collaboration as the newly established in 2005 at the Institute of Technology
gallerys key ethos, the artists invited for Bandung, and later at SH Contemporary
WATCH The 40-Year its launch will have their work exhibited Art Fair in Shanghai, China. In 2009,
Old Young Girl and as an ongoing conversation and collab- Pause/Replay was part of Suwages ret-
WVC perform at No oration with each other, instead of mere rospective exhibition Still Crazy After All
Black Tie tonight. representation. These Years at Jogja National Museum
Janet Lee returns to For the opening of its first preview at Yogyakarta.
the stage with Tay exhibition, the gallery presents Kadang
Cher Siang, AJ from Kadang Dekat Dekat Akan Datang, which Fajar Abadi
Popshuvit, KJ Wong is part of an ongoing series of preview For the opening performance, Band-
and Julian Chan of exhibitions by the collaborated artists. ung-based artist Fajar Abadi will be
WVC. The Shanghai An apt reference to a riddle in the 1959 performing a revered take on family
Jazz songstress will P Ramlee movie Nujum Pa Blalang, the intimacy. Titled Paradise lies under
perform an eclectic exhibition features Indonesian artist Agus the feet of our mothers, the project
mix of songs such as Suwage and Malaysian artist Tan Zi Hao involves a collaboration where Fajar
original songs from her two albums, as well with a special performance by Fajar Aba- will ask children to help him cast the
as revamped covers of classic Chinese and di, all whose work showcases their own feet of their mothers. Subsequently,
Malay songs as she shares her tales of never individual beliefs and pursuits. the casts are used to create new foot-
growing up. The performance will begin at wear for the mothers. Intan Rafiza
9pm. There will be a cover charge of RM53. and her nine-year-old daughter Sa-
No Black Tie is located at 17 Jalan Mesui, rah Cinta Daniels will join him in this
o Jalan Nagasari, Kuala Lumpur. For more performance.
information, call (03) 2142 3737. Inspired by Iwan Fals song Ibu and
a photo series titled Family Portraits by
Vincent Rumahloine for his works, Fajar
appropriately picked the title of his pro-
ject from the Hadith. His performance
seeks to unveil the intimate relation-
ship between mother and child, and
explore how the private relationships of
responsibilities and duties have public
ramifications. In each episode of Par-
Tan Zi Hao adise, the artist initiates conversation
A thriving local talent and a multi-dis- between mother and child. Therefore,
ciplinary artist, Tan Zi Hao exhibits his work is also concerned about the
The Skeleton of Makara (The Myth of private and the public. By performing
a Myth), a skeletal display of a mythi- something intimate in public, there
CHECK out the exhibition Grounded at Bank cal creature made from fibreglass and is a tension that is embodied in rela-
Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery metal. The Makara is a Hindu chimera tionship with/to other bodies within
Sasana Kijang today. Learn to appreciate that decorates Khmer monuments, Thai the space. Fajar gratifies by navigating
Malaysias natural landscape and beauty temples and even Malay kerises across between performance and instalation
with this exhibition which features paintings Southeast Asia. to playfully emphasise and penetrate
by several veteran local artists. Focusing Commissioned by Singapore Art Mu- everyday social relationships.
on landscape art, such as paddy elds and seum, the large-scale installation seeks
dense forests, the exhibition pays tribute to to challenge the truthfulness of rep-
the glories of nature that are often over- resentation. By giving bones or biolog- Catch Kadang Kadang Dekat Dekat
looked. The gallery is open daily from 10am ical evidence to a mythical creature, Akan Datang at A+ WORKS of ART, d6-
to 6pm and admission is free. Bank Negara Tan is able to breathe life into the myth. G8,d6 Trade Centre,801 Jalan Sentul,
Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery Sasana Consequently, the fabricated Makara Kuala Lumpur. The show runs until July
Kijang is located at 2 Jalan Dato Onn, Kuala Agus Suwage skeleton problematises the politics of 29, and gallery hours are from noon to
Lumpur. Log on to www.museumbnm.gov.my. One of Indonesias most revered con- historical representation as it compels 7pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays). For more
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

DRINKS BY JAMIE FULLERTON

Whisky barrels house the spirit for a number of years to allow the drink to mature before it is bottled. Photos by CNN

Wood, re and metal: How ne


whisky gets its avour
THE story of the barrel is one of the overlooked 01. American white oak is the most commonly
crafts of whisky-making, says Jeff Arnett, master used wood to make staves: long sections of
distiller of American whiskey brand Jack Daniels. wood that make up the main part of the barrel.
Indeed, the type of barrel the spirit is stored in
has an enormous influence on its taste, making 02. Charring the barrel ames are red into
the art of cooperage the crafting of the barrels whisky barrels to char them, helping release
an essential part of the whisky-making process. avour from the wood.
Its a process that still relies on a huge amount
of human skill despite advances in technology 03. Hickory wood is often used to make the circular
streamlining production. tops and bottoms of whiskey barrels. 01
American white oak is the most commonly
used wood to make staves: long sections of wood
that make up the main part of the barrel The next stage is to char the barrel by firing flames
The tools used to shape the staves and bind inside it. Barrels usually pass through gas-powered
them with the hoop [havent changed much] ... flaming systems on conveyor belts. This extracts fla-
Its still a handcrafted business, says David Cox, vour from the wood, which seeps into the spirit during
the former director of fine and rare whiskys for the whiskys maturation process, which lasts for a
The Macallan, a single malt distillery that has number of years depending on the brand and style.
produced rare whiskys since 1824. The charring process is an amazing sight to
He adds: Theres something elemental about watch, Cox says.
making casks. Theres a romance to it.
An enduring image
An amazing sight With global demand for whisky increasing, de-
The process of making a whisky barrel usually mand for barrels could get even bigger.
begins with a stock of American white oak. This In the US, whisky sales have been growing for
is the most commonly used wood for whisky bar- a decade, rising 6.8% from the previous year in
rels, largely due to how leak-resistant it is and the 2016, with US$3.1 billion of sales to wholesalers.
flavours it imparts to spirits. Most whisky barrels Recently the price of scotch, perhaps Scotlands
are made in the US, where white oak grows. most famous export, has risen due to a similar 02
American white oak gives a vanilla, coconut, spike in popularity. Japanese whisky has also
creamy kind of flavour, says Matthew Crow, wood boomed both domestically and abroad.
and cask science manager for Diageo, the drinks Crow says that the cooper will remain intrinsic
company that owns Johnny Walker, compared to the whisky-making process. Speaking about Di-
with European white oak, which gives a dried agios cooperages in Scotland, which repurpose
fruit flavour with more spice. barrels bought from the US for Scotch whisky, he
Coopers divide the wood into the long body says: We have robotics to place the casks ... but
sections, called staves, ensuring its rings are at theres still a traditional, manual skill at work.
right angles to the woods wide face. This mini- We treat used barrels by scraping their inner
mises the chance of the wood warping and makes surface to remove old char, then re-char and re-
it more water-resistant. burn them. Theres a real focus on the manhan-
After the circular wooden tops and bottoms are dling aspect.
attached, the staves are placed in a belt-like iron Cox is also happy robots arent taking over the
hoop before being bent usually by softening main crux of production.
the wood through steaming into the signature In a time of great technological change, there
curvy shape of a whisky barrel. is a certain comfort in sometimes doing it the old
Its made in the shape it is so you can steer it way. Perhaps the slow way can be the right way,
when youre rolling it like a wheel, says Arnett. he says. CNN 03
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Worlds most powerful languages


What leaders should know about English and other languages competing for global influence
BY K A I L C H A N global elite. Could the low Eng-
lish proficiency of the Japanese
and Chinese be a reason?
The PLI may offer a partial ex-

S
planation (aside from tax differ-
hould we all emulate ences) as to why monolingual To-
Mark Zuckerberg and kyo is not the financial centre of
embrace speaking Man- Asia, despite, in many aspects,
darin? In April this year, dwarfing places such as Hong Kong
US President Donald and Singapore, both of which have
Trumps grandchil- deep and historical English infra-
dren (aged 5 and 2) engaged in structure. Another case in point:
soft diplomacy at the highest level Japan is the second biggest finan-
when they sang in Mandarin for cial backer of the UN, yet the Jap-
the Chinese president and his wife. anese are strikingly under-repre-
Ten years ago, investor Jim Rogers sented in the upper ranks of the
even moved to Asia to provide his organisation.
daughters with a strong Chinese Simply put, the perspective of
learning environment. in these five domains. It does so by ful). With a score of 0.889, English tongue. A compelling one is that countries with low English fluen-
Speaking more tongues means mapping to languages a set of 20 is more than twice as powerful multilinguals have been shown cy may not be heard at the global
more opportunities to participate indicators, such as gross domestic as Mandarin (0.411). However, to solve problems more critically. level. For policymakers, the PLI
in conversations ... or eavesdrop product (GDP) per capita, tourist as Chinas economic might and True global citizens should consid- validates the notion that English
on them. It is also clear that the flows and number of speakers, in influence grow, could Mandarin er gaining functionality in as many confers an undeniable competitive
power of a language goes beyond a coherent and robust way. Each one day challenge the supremacy languages as they can indeed, it advantage. In the case of countries
simple headcount, not to men- language is ranked for the doors of English? Based on the project- would be hard to be a global citizen speaking less powerful languages,
tion that it is difficult to count the it opens in each domain (labelled ed values of the 20 indicators in without being multilingual in the promoting English may give their
number of speakers of a language geography, economy, commu- 2050, English should still be ahead, worlds most dominant languages. citizens more global opportuni-
given their various proficiencies. nication, knowledge and media though by a somewhat smaller For business leaders, the PLI ties, but at the potential cost of
As someone who became a pol- and diplomacy). An overall score margin. gives clues as to the most impor- their own tongue losing power or
yglot in my 40s proving that is derived from these five sub- The PLI has many implications tant languages to implement for even dying.
picking up languages in later years ranks, with diplomacy given less for individuals, business and po- a global audience. For instance, At the end of the day, it may
is not insurmountable I grew weight than the first four. litical leaders as well as policy- what tongues should be prioritised be a matter of balance between
interested in ranking the useful- English is the worlds lingua makers.For individuals, language when setting up hotlines, creating promoting ones language and
ness of languages in a scientific franca. Mandarin is growing in can be a tool for success, and the websites and translating business culture (as those are intertwined)
manner. power but remains a distant sec- index provides a guide. The range materials? Organisers of interna- and boosting knowledge of Eng-
I created the Power Language ond. French comes in third place, of benefits depends, inter alia, on tional events requiring interpret- lish. Another strategy may consist
Index (PLI) as a thought experi- with strong results in geography the persons country of origin and ers now have a rational guide on of embracing global multilingual-
ment: If an alien were to land on and diplomacy. Spanish, Arabic native tongue. In mature markets which to base hiring decisions. ism. Last year, the deputy prime
Earth, what language would serve and Russian fill in the next three such as English-speaking Canada PLI scores show how dominant minister of Kazakhstan recom-
it best? This scenario assumes that spots. The top six languages also and the US, studies have shown English is on the global stage. mended that children start learn-
the alien would have similar am- happen to be the official languages that learning a second language The movers and shakers of the ing Mandarin, even as the country
bitions as humans. For instance, of the UN. German and Japanese, can yield economic benefits. How- world gain such standing in part continues to implement its dec-
it would want to avail itself of the the tongues of two economic heav- ever, on a macro level, these ben- by being visible in the most in- ade-old cultural project calling
five main opportunities provided yweights, follow at seven and eight. efits were mild, considering the fluential media think inter- for the widespread adoption of
by language: i) the ability to travel The top 10 list of the worlds most time and energy costs. The true views, profiles and op-eds in the English in addition to Russian and
widely; ii) the ability to earn a live- powerful languages is rounded out reward of learning a language is likes of The New York Times. Con- Kazakh. Indeed, in our globalised
lihood; iii) the ability to communi- with Portuguese and Hindi, also often not economic, but rather sider the annual meeting of the society, the world is the oyster of
cate with others; iv) the ability to the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and cultural and personal. World Economic Forum in Davo, the polyglot.
acquire knowledge and consume China) languages. Native speakers of powerful lan- Switzerland. Based on GDP and
media; and v) the ability to engage The overall score for each lan- guages and even English native number of billionaires, Japanese
in diplomacy guage (second column of the table speakers who are unfortunately and Chinese leaders are highly Kai L Chan is a distinguished fellow
The PLI compares the efficacy of above) ranges between zero (least often monolingual still have under-represented in these and at Insead Innovation and Policy
more than one hundred languages powerful) and one (most power- many reasons to learn another other forums for the so-called Initiative.

Wanda becomes liability for AMC as China woes sink shares


BY A N O U SH A SA KOU I ny run from its Leawood, Kansas, those assets to any Chinese com- of Wangs empire. That could put panies are snapping up American
headquarters by our management panies, Bloomberg reported, citing pressure on AMC shares, though media targets calling out Wanda
THE crackdown on the empire of teams located in the US and Eu- people familiar with the matter. Wanda has much bigger assets to in particular.
Chinas second-richest man is being rope, chief executive officer Adam AMC said those acquisitions sell, said Eric Wold, an analyst at Some transactions have already
felt half a world away in the Kan- Aron said in a statement on Tues- and others were fully financed by B Riley & Co. been affected by higher government
sas City suburbs in the US, where day. We are grateful for Wandas its own resources and did not rely Analysts at Credit Suisse cut their scrutiny in both countries. If you
movie-theatre chain AMC Enter- support of AMCs efforts over the on Wanda or Chinese lenders for target price for AMC to US$17 a were holding an entertainment or
tainment Holdings Inc is trying to past few years to grow our busi- funding. Wanda doesnt actively share from US$20. consumer company hoping for a
calm rattled investors. ness, to increase our profitability, participate in the day-to-day run- In a March interview, Aron Chinese company to buy it out then
Wang Jianlins Dalian Wanda to sustain some 45,000 US and Eu- ning of AMC beyond the work of said he still had a large appetite this puts the kibosh on that, said
Group is AMCs controlling share- ropean jobs for AMC employees, the three executives who sit on its for deals, especially outside the US. Wold, who advises buying AMC
holder, and the Chinese tycoon has and to improve the moviegoing board, alongside six American di- The crackdown highlights the shares.
spent the last few years turning the experience for our more than 350 rectors, the company said. chilling of outbound Chinese in- With AMC, Wang he already
company into a global powerhouse million US and European guests AMCs statement on Tuesday vestment into Hollywood, an about- operates the most movie screens
with acquisitions in the UK and each year. helped stabilise its shares after a face from last years record overseas in the world. But future dealmak-
Sweden. With Chinese authorities Six of Wandas recent deals were 10% decline on Monday. Wangs dealmaking by Chinese companies. ing will be tough considering the
now scrutinising Wangs transac- found to violate Chinese rules, problems in China add to the Not only have officials in China political and economic climate
tions and cutting off his funding, Bloomberg reported this week. companys headaches. If banks have been more closely scrutinising on both sides of the Pacific, said
AMC is making the case that its China will ban banks from pro- respond to the government decree irrational outbound acquisitions, Marc Ganis, president of Jiaflix
not so dependent on Wanda, which viding Wanda with financial sup- by squeezing credit lines and re- but lawmakers in Washington have Enterprises, which helps market
owns a 58% stake. port linked to the investments and stricting debt rollovers, Wanda may called for the government to slow and distribute films in China.
AMC is an American compa- barring the company from selling have no choice but to sell off pieces the pace at which Chinese com- Bloomberg
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S P O RT S 2 3

Khairul eyes sprint


IN BRIEF
Scandal
threatens Fina No-one will dominate
again like Tiger, says
on eve of world
double at SEA Games
Spieth
championships SOUTHPORT: Golf is unlikely
ever to be dominated again by
a single player in the way Tiger
BUDAPEST: Swimmings gov- Woods ruled the sport, world No
erning body Fina has been 3 Jordan Spieth said on Tues-
drawn into a commission day ahead of this weeks British
scandal days before its pres- Open Championship at Royal
idential elections and the start He has also figured out his running strategy Birkdale. Spieth has come the
of the swimming events at the closest to any player of repeat-
world championships. ing the kind of dominance that
Kuwaits Husain Al Musal- KUALA LUMPUR: After breaking cord at 20.92 seconds set by former I am passionate about the SEA Woods enjoyed, producing a
lam, standing unopposed as the long-standing national 100m sprinter Tan Sri Dr M Jegathesan at Games because I have figured out magnificent 2015 season when
Finas first vice-president, has and 200m records, national sprint the 94th Malaysia Open Athletics my running strategy. After this, I he captured the US Masters and
been caught up in a controver- king Khairul Hafiz Jantan is now Championship. have to follow the training and my US Open titles and came close
sy for appearing to demand a eyeing the double sprint gold and Just a year ago, he broke the coach Mohd Poad Md Kassims ad- to winning the Open and US
10% cut of potential sponsor- SEA Games record next month. national 100m record (10.30 sec- vice and continue improving my PGA Championships. He says
ship deals in a tape recording The 18-year-old wants to create onds) held by Watson Nyambek performance, he told reporters those hoping for a new king of
obtained by The Times and a big surprise during the athletics after clocking 10.18 seconds at the after the prize presentation cer- golf may be waiting in vain. I
Germanys Speigel Online. programme of the biennial sporting Sukan Malaysia last July in Sarawak. emony. wouldnt get your hopes up.
event from Aug 22 to Aug 26 at the This is a very significant achieve- His time also erased the meet re- What Tigers done, I just ... ex-
Husain Al Musallam Bukit Jalil National Stadium here. ment for me; this record has not been cord (20.94 seconds) set by Japans perienced [for] a year like he
Yesterday, the Melaka-born broken for 49 years, and finally I Kento Terada during the 1996 edi- continued to do [so] for years.
is heard asking a broke the 49-year-old 200m re- [have] managed to break it. tion in Kangar, Perlis. Bernama It just takes a lot out of you. Its
business partner for very tough to do. Reuters
commissions on F1 shield needs more
deals worth US$40 work, says Horner
to US$50 million. LONDON: Formula One should
hold fire on introducing a new
shield cockpit protection sys-
tem until the device has been
As the Olympic Council fully tested and refined, accord-
of Asia (OCA) general direc- ing to Red Bull team principal
tor, the 57-year-old is heard Christian Horner. Ferraris Se-
asking a business partner for bastian Vettel said the trans-
commissions on deals worth parent open canopy made him
US$40 to US$50 million feel dizzy when it was tested
(RM171.6 million to RM214.5 briefly, and for the first time on
million). track, at Silverstone last Friday
The exchange is said to be in British Grand Prix practice.
between a prospective Chi- The German also said forward
nese marketing agent and vision was not very good, and
Musallam, who suggested felt his helmet being pushed
that 10% of any sponsorship forward on the straights. The
deals arranged for the OCA shield, designed to protect the
should be separately chan- drivers head from flying debris,
nelled to him. has emerged as the governing
Fina has yet to comment on bodys favoured choice after
the scandal that comes ahead previous trials of a halo con-
of their elections in Budapest cept whose looks drew criticism.
on Saturday and Sundays Reuters
start of swimming action at
the world championships in US Open to top US$50m
the Hungarian capital. in prize money
The International Olympic FUN RUN ... Bandar Rimbayus Run With Me on July 9 saw 2,000 participants, in the spirit of togetherness and with friends NEW YORK: This years US
Committee told The Times and and family members by their side, running, walking, dancing and sashaying to the nish line. Held for the third time, the 10km run Open will become the first ten-
Der Spiegel that it had passed was agged o at 6.30am at The Arc, Bandar Rimbayus show gallery. Besides the positive vibe and opportunity to run with new and nis tournament to top US$50
the allegations to its chief eth- old friends, Run With Me also encourages the community to embrace a healthy lifestyle, a philosophy Bandar Rimbayu shares with million (RM214.5 million) in
ics investigator. AFP its property owners through various events. prize money following a 9% in-
crease in the total purse, the
United States Tennis Associ-
ation said on Tuesday. Win-
ners of the mens and wom-
Big names in fight for form coming to British Open ens singles titles will each earn
US$3.7 million. Runners-up will
pocket US$1.825 million. The
BY A N DY SCOTT and US Open in 2015. However, with the likes of Ja- first prize among most bookmak- mens and womens doubles
Indeed, the last seven majors pans world No 2 Hideki Matsuy- ers this week, while fourth-ranked champion teams will each earn
SOUTHPORT (UK): While uncer- have all been claimed by players ama looking a threat, can another McIlroy looks to climb out of a wor- US$675,000, also the highest
tainty surrounds the form of lead- who had never previously taken one first-time winner lift the Claret Jug rying slump. in US Open history. Reuters
ing names such as Dustin Johnson of the sports biggest prizes, includ- in front of Birkdales distinctive He has missed the cut at three of
and Rory McIlroy, the British Open ing Brooks Koepka at last months white art deco clubhouse on Sun- the last five majors and also failed CAS rejects Chernova
begins at Royal Birkdale today with US Open and Henrik Stenson in day evening? to make the weekend on the links ban appeal
a plethora of players hoping to win The Open at Troon 12 months ago. I think theres a lot more guys at the Irish Open and Scottish Open LAUSANNE: Sports highest
the Claret Jug. I think its a really impressive who havent won majors than guys recently. court CAS on Tuesday reject-
When The Open last came to the stat (statistic) and it speaks to the who have that are playing, so the Padraig Harrington was the ed Russian heptathlete Tatya-
links at Southport, near Liverpool state of the game. There are a lot chances are it is going to be some- last winner at Birkdale, a stun- na Chernovas appeal against
on the coast of north-west England, of tremendous young players right body that hasnt won one, added ning par-70 course that winds its her doping ban. Chernova was
it was 2008 and Tiger Woods had now, Spieth, the 23-year-old world Spieth. way through the sand dunes, nine suspended in November 2016
just won the US Open. That was No 3, said on Tuesday. Spieths game is in a better place years ago. over anomalies in her biologi-
his 14th major, but Woods has not And then youve got guys like than world No 1 Johnson, who sat He is the last player to success- cal passport and stripped of her
won any since and no longer does Henrik and Dustin, guys who are out the Masters with a back injury fully defend the Claret Jug, and 2011 world heptathlon title. She
a single player dominate the sport. still young, but guys who have been and missed the cut in last months Stenson will hope that is an omen was suspended for three years
The last nine majors have all around in contention many, many US Open at Erin Hills. for him, though he must know the and eight months after a sample
been won by a different name, go- times, and it was sooner or later Nevertheless, Johnson, 33, has sort of golf that saw him defeat Phil from the 2009 world champion-
ing back to Jordan Spieths back- going to happen, and it did. It was remained the favourite for the Mickelson on the last day at Troon ships was retested to reveal an
to-back victories at the Masters just a matter of time for them. US$1.845 million (RM7.92 million) was once-in-a-lifetime stuff. AFP anabolic steroid. AFP
2 4 S P O RT S T HUR SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

Mourinho eyes 15-year stay IN BRIEF

La Liga xture draw


postponed for one day
following Villar arrest
BARCELONA: The draw to set
fixtures for the next La Liga sea-
Manchester United manager says he wants to restore Ferguson-era stability son will take place one day later
than scheduled following Tues-
days arrest of Spanish football
LOS ANGELES: Manchester United gling to rediscover its dominance inho told ESPN. I am ready for the used to it; people understood the chief Angel Maria Villar, the na-
manager Jose Mourinho (pic) has under David Moyes and Louis van next 15 [years], I would say. Here? great consequences of that sta- tional association announced
revealed he is targeting a 15-year Gaal. Yes, why not? bility. yesterday. Arrangements for
stay at Old Trafford, telling ESPN in Mourinho has never spent I have to admit that it is very After David [Moyes] and Mr the new season, due to start on
an interview on Tuesday he wants longer than three years as difficult because of the pres- [Louis] Van Gaal, I come to my the weekend of Aug 19, were
to restore the stability of the Alex manager of a club during sure around our jobs, every- second year and hopefully I can thrown into doubt after the ar-
Ferguson era. his trophy-laden career. body putting pressure on stay and give that stability that the rest of Villar, his son Gorka and
Mourinho, who took over the But the 54-year-old, managers and things that club wants. I will try, but again, I several other Spanish football
Premier League giant last year, told speaking as his team pre- people say that we have will have to try to deserve that, federation members after a raid
the networks website that he was pares to face Manchester to win, but in reality only but thats what I try every day that on offices in Madrid as part of
desperate to deliver sustained suc- City in Houston today in one can win and every year I work. an anti-corruption investiga-
cess over a long-term period just the latest leg of its US tour, it is getting more difficult. Mourinho believes Fergusons tion. The federation postponed
as Ferguson did over nearly three insisted he saw Unit- This club, for 27-year reign at United will never three days of meetings which
decades. ed as a long-term so many years, be emulated in the modern game. included the draw for fixtures
United has not won the Premier project. was Sir Alex I think Sir Alexs career is unique, today. But it said on Twitter
League title since Fergusons retire- I am ready [Ferguson]. Mourinho said. I dont think it is yesterday that the draw would
ment in 2013, with the club strug- for this, Mour- People got possible to emulate. AFP take place tomorrow. Reuters
AFP
Leicester lands Hull
goalkeeper Jakupovic

Liverpool Arsenal manager Wenger LEICESTER: Leicester City has


snapped up goalkeeper Eldin

insists Sanchez not for sale


Jakupovic from Hull City for an
75m Keita bid undisclosed fee, both clubs con-
firmed yesterday. The 2015/16
rejected by Premier League champion has
RB Leipzig BY ADITI P R AKASH Wenger believes that Sanchezs the transfer of strik-
brought in the Bosnian-born
Swiss on a three-year deal, with
quotes were mistranslated when er Robin van Persie the fee in the region of 2.5 mil-
BERLIN: Red Bull boss Dietrich BENGALURU: Arsenal manager he spoke to Chilean radio station to Manchester United lion (RM14 million), according
Mateschitz has confirmed RB Arsene Wenger remains adamant Radio Sport. during the final year to British media reports. The
Leipzig rejected an offer of 75 that Alexis Sanchez is not for sale I dont give too of his contract in 2012 32-year-old left the Tigers Por-
million (RM370.9 million) for after the Frenchman dismissed the much importance shared no similarities tuguese training camp at the
Liverpool-target Naby Keita Chilean forwards comments about to things that with Sanchezs situa- weekend to finalise the move,
and insisted the Guinea mid- wanting to play in the Champions are translated, tion. and hes now been confirmed
fielder is not for sale. League as meaning he is pushing you know, Every case is dif- as the East Midlands clubs
On its first season in Ger- to leave. Wenger add- ferent, Van Persie was third summer signing, follow-
manys top flight, RB Leipzig The 28-year-olds current deal ed. The whole going from 30 to 31, ing in the footsteps of former
finished second to Bayern Mu- at the Emirates expires in 2018 but interview that I got when he left he had Hull teammate Harry Maguire
nich in 2016/17 and qualified Wenger says the Chile international didnt really mean that. one year on his and Vicente Iborra, who arrived
directly for the Champions will not be sold despite little sign of The main focus contract, Wenger from Sevilla. AFP
League, but is eager to keep a new contract being agreed. for us is to concen- said. Reuters
its playmaker Keita. The decision has been made trate on the Premier Hart completes West
The 22-year-old has three and we will stick to that, Wenger League and the Pre- Ham loan move
years left on his Leipzig con- told reporters during the clubs mier League for me LONDON: Manchester Citys
tract, although Liverpools preseason tour in China. The de- today is more impor- England goalkeeper Joe Hart has
manager Jurgen Klopp is ea- cision is not to sell. tant than the Champions completed his season-long loan
ger to lure him to Merseyside. British media reported on Sun- League. move to Premier League rival
However Mateschitz, 73, the day that Sanchez, who is the clubs We played 20 years in West Ham United, the club con-
co-founder of energy drinks top scorer this season with 30 goals, the Champions League, firmed on Tuesday. The 30-year-
firm Red Bull, which backs RB would leave North London after thats 17 years before old spent last season on loan
Leipzig, says the defensive mid- saying he wanted to play in and Sanchez arrived and Sanchezs current at Italian side Torino after Pep
fielder is not for sale. win the Champions League. three years with him deal at the Emirates Guardiola took over as Man-
We were flattered when Arsenal has not qualified for the so he can get us back expires in 2018. Photo chester City boss last summer,
an offer of 75 million offer competition next season following in there. by Reuters and Hart was told once again
for Naby Keita recently land- its fifth-placed league finish and Wenger added that that he was not in the Span-
ed at our door. No way! He still iards plans. The Hammers are
has a contract and he will fulfil believed to be paying a loan fee
it, Mateschitz told magazine of around 4.5 million (RM25.1
Sport Bild.
Mateschitz says selling Keita
Suning shares tumble after football deal put in spotlight million) and the deal does not
include a buy-back option at
will send the wrong message to the end of the 2017/18 season.
RBs other stars. BY BR ENDA GOH AND P E I LI show aired on Tuesday night. the matter said on Monday. AFP
RB Leipzigs Germany What is the purpose of acqui- Suning, Chinas biggest electron-
striker Timo Werner has been SHANGHAI/BEIJING: Shares in sitions like this? ics retailer which is making a big Conte pens improved
linked to Real Madrid, while Suning Commerce Group Co Ltd Beijing is on a drive to control push into sports and media rights, Chelsea deal
Swedish midfielder Emil Fors- tumbled as much as 6% yester- risks in its financial system, includ- has not yet been publicly targeted LONDON: Chelsea manager
berg is reportedly being chased day, after the Chinese retail giant ing firms taking on excessive lev- by regulators. Antonio Conte signed a new
by Liverpool and Arsenal. was referenced in a state television els of debt to fund overseas deals. A Suning spokesman did not two-year deal with the Premier
To sell him (Keita) would programme broadly focusing on Chinese authorities clamped down respond to requests for comment. League giant yesterday as the
not only be a sign of distrust for local firms making risky overseas on capital outflows and overseas However, another person at the club moved to quell reports of
our fans, but would also send acquisitions. acquisitions last year. company, who did not want to be a rift with the Italian. The deal
out the wrong signal to our oth- China Central Television (CCTV) The curbs have drawn in oth- named, said it was purely coin- was confirmed as Conte, who
er players, such as Timo Wer- mentioned Sunings 2016 purchase er major Chinese firms including cidence that CCTV was discuss- guided Chelsea to the title in
ner, who are also in demand, of a 70% stake in Italian football property developer Dalian Wanda ing the deal at the time because his first season, prepares to
added Mateschitz. club Inter Milan for 270 million Group, Anbang Insurance Group, of the recent focus on outbound take his squad on a preseason
Leipzig will not sell talent- as an example of a deal that po- Fosun International Ltd and HNA investment. tour of Asia. I am very hap-
ed players to boost its coffers. tentially raised concerns. Group. Suning shares fell 6.5% to a py to have signed a new con-
We are not, and will never This famous club has been Chinese regulators have told near-seven-week low of 10.22 yuan tract with Chelsea, he said in a
be, Manchester City, added loss-making for five years, with total banks to stop providing funding for (RM6.49), before recovering slight- statement on Chelseas official
Mateschitz. AFP losses of 275.9 million, the CCTV several of Dalian Wanda overseas ly to trade at 10.55 yuan by 0344 website. AFP
narrator said during the 25-minute purchases, sources familiar with GMT. Reuters
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Markets 2 5
BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia YEAR


HIGH
YEAR
LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE COUNTER CLOSING
(RM)
+/
(RM)
VOL
(000)
VWAP*
(RM)
PE#
(X)
DY
(%)
MKT CAP
(MIL)
1.051 0.561 0.825 0.795 7609 AJIYA 0.795 -0.015 1055.2 0.810 11.85 2.52 242.1
Sectorial Movement 0.160 0.065 9954 AKNIGHT 0.095 5.5
2.099 0.651 1.770 1.720 2674 ALCOM 1.730 UNCH 602.9 1.745 19.70 11.85 232.4
INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG INDICES CLOSE +/- %CHG 1.070 0.315 0.810 0.770 4758 ANCOM 0.780 -0.020 3152.8 0.789 20.97 170.8
3.550 1.095 3.100 3.040 6556 ANNJOO 3.060 -0.030 208.3 3.063 6.51 2.94 1,625.7
KLSE COMPOSITE 1,757.27 2.35 0.13 TECHNOLOGY 36.68 0.21 0.58
0.551 0.115 0.125 0.115 9342 ANZO 0.120 0.005 26164.5 0.120 96.4
KLSE INDUSTRIAL 3,269.31 2.57 0.08 FTSE BURSA 100 12,176.03 17.92 0.15 1.100 0.825 5568 APB 1.040 13.02 6.25 117.4
CONSUMER PRODUCT 627.17 0.82 0.13 FTSE BURSA MID 70 14,946.86 28.15 0.19 4.147 3.220 3.980 3.910 5015 APM 3.980 0.080 4.9 3.964 15.63 3.77 802.4
1.240 0.735 1.110 1.080 7214 ARANK 1.090 0.010 244.2 1.093 7.37 2.75 130.8
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT 154.13 0.43 0.28 FTSE BURSA SMALL CAP 17,280.56 -5.91 -0.03
1.230 0.671 1.210 1.170 7162 ASTINO 1.210 0.040 1806.8 1.197 8.75 0.83 331.7
CONSTRUCTION 334.51 0.53 0.16 FTSE BURSA FLEDGLING 19,308.92 47.39 0.25 1.480 0.384 1.140 1.100 7099 ATTA 1.100 -0.020 794.7 1.113 4.57 7.10 119.1
TRADE & SERVICES 229.87 0.07 0.03 FTSE BURSA EMAS 12,534.47 16.93 0.14 1.140 0.300 7181 ATURMJU 0.315 19.2
2.550 1.442 2.170 2.130 8133 BHIC 2.170 UNCH 1.5 2.143 5.42 1.38 539.2
KLSE FINANCIAL 16,696.56 37.60 0.23 FTSE BUR MSIA ACE 6,801.56 -21.19 -0.31
0.570 0.390 7005 BIG 0.420 20.2
KLSE PROPERTY 1,280.76 1.58 0.12 FTSE BUR EMAS SHARIAH 12,728.35 18.32 0.14 0.560 0.095 0.560 0.505 7187 BKOON 0.530 -0.015 14524.7 0.537 146.7
KLSE PLANTATION 7,872.89 8.56 0.11 FTSE BUR HIJRAH SHARIAH 13,951.53 25.06 0.18 1.110 0.755 0.910 0.900 168 BOILERM 0.900 -0.005 64 0.906 20.09 1.67 464.4
2.425 1.640 6297 BOXPAK 1.640 196.9
KLSE MINING 490.39 Unch Unch FTSE/ASEAN 40 10,409.40 3.47 0.03
1.657 1.293 1.400 1.380 5100 BPPLAS 1.390 -0.010 17.7 1.397 16.61 5.76 260.9
0.400 0.295 0.310 0.310 9938 BRIGHT 0.310 0.005 15 0.310 50.9
0.675 0.210 0.490 0.455 7221 BSLCORP 0.475 0.025 963.6 0.475 6.32 46.6
0.365 0.200 0.255 0.245 7188 BTM 0.250 UNCH 384.9 0.247 56.82 31.3
3.785 3.182 3.480 3.460 5105 CANONE 3.470 0.010 389.5 3.467 7.37 1.15 666.8
0.035 0.005 5229 CAP 0.010 13.6

Bursa Malaysia Main Market 2.200 1.910 2.060


1.650 0.782 1.540
1.800 1.450
2.040
1.490

7076
2879
8435
CBIP
CCM
CEPCO
2.050
1.530
1.450
UNCH
UNCH

214.5
98

2.046 9.21
1.505 57.09
73.23
2.93
3.27

1,103.4
700.2
64.9
1.150 1.020 8044 CFM 1.100 45.1
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP 1.860 1.309 1.810 1.800 5007 CHINWEL 1.810 0.010 64.6 1.802 9.44 4.42 542.2
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) 2.400 1.344 2.200 2.120 5797 CHOOBEE 2.130 -0.030 291.7 2.135 6.94 2.82 234.1
CONSUMER PRODUCTS 1.150 0.680 8052 CICB 1.110 28.24 55.5
0.795 0.550 0.560 0.550 7120 ACOSTEC 0.560 0.005 20.5 0.550 700.00 4.46 99.6 0.075 0.050 0.050 0.050 7018 CME 0.050 UNCH 9.9 0.050 24.3
4.887 3.576 4.700 4.700 7090 AHEALTH 4.700 UNCH 0.4 4.700 15.63 2.45 550.6 4.628 3.466 4.000 3.900 2852 CMSB 3.980 UNCH 316.5 3.954 22.40 1.58 4,276.0
25.800 12.677 25.800 25.100 2658 AJI 25.760 0.300 74.4 25.617 8.35 1.31 1,566.2 0.540 0.200 7986 CNASIA 0.400 0.79 18.2
0.380 0.210 7051 AMTEK 0.350 17.5 1.559 1.241 1.340 1.320 5071 COASTAL 1.330 0.010 293 1.327 15.18 1.50 707.0
6.007 4.970 5.430 5.300 6432 APOLLO 5.420 0.050 78.3 5.389 24.30 4.61 433.6 1.150 0.665 0.840 0.820 7195 COMCORP 0.825 0.005 1067.9 0.829 7.78 115.5
1.110 0.800 7722 ASIABRN 0.860 68.0 0.945 0.620 0.895 0.870 2127 COMFORT 0.875 -0.005 2730.6 0.881 10.06 488.9
3.979 3.140 3.220 3.210 7129 ASIAFLE 3.210 0.060 8 3.214 11.03 2.18 625.2 2.156 1.134 1.790 1.780 5094 CSCSTEL 1.780 -0.010 302.8 1.784 9.55 5.62 676.4
52.986 39.606 43.600 42.700 4162 BAT 43.600 0.600 272.7 43.393 18.73 4.98 12,449.1 0.015 0.005 22 CYBERT 0.005 0.5
0.120 0.035 0.090 0.080 7243 BIOOSMO 0.085 0.005 5858.4 0.085 67.6 0.838 0.705 0.710 0.710 7157 CYL 0.710 UNCH 11.7 0.710 56.35 5.63 71.0
0.740 0.540 0.590 0.585 9288 BONIA 0.585 -0.010 797.5 0.590 16.81 2.14 471.7 0.410 0.280 5082 CYMAO 0.325 24.4
3.110 1.514 2.990 2.940 7174 CAB 2.940 -0.050 250.4 2.963 12.45 0.34 568.9 2.380 1.692 2.200 2.190 8125 DAIBOCI 2.200 UNCH 87 2.198 30.22 2.00 721.4
0.549 0.465 0.475 0.475 7154 CAELY 0.475 UNCH 18 0.475 6.99 2.11 38.0 1.510 0.315 1.230 1.220 8176 DENKO 1.230 -0.010 41.3 1.230 128.5
0.340 0.260 0.290 0.290 7128 CAMRES 0.290 0.005 20.1 0.290 29.29 3.45 57.1 0.330 0.215 0.290 0.290 7114 DNONCE 0.290 UNCH 262.8 0.290 52.5
15.200 13.107 15.200 15.140 2836 CARLSBG 15.160 -0.020 37.7 15.185 22.13 4.75 4,670.5 0.435 0.280 0.290 0.285 5835 DOLMITE 0.290 0.005 10 0.287 131.82 79.0
1.028 0.519 0.920 0.895 7035 CCK 0.915 0.020 1895.2 0.912 12.17 2.19 288.6 0.430 0.250 5835PA DOLMITE-PA 0.270 3.3
2.388 1.867 2.130 2.130 7148 CCMDBIO 2.130 -0.020 29 2.130 20.80 3.05 594.2 0.600 0.155 0.255 0.235 5265 DOLPHIN 0.235 -0.010 3104 0.243 52.2
2.700 2.250 2.350 2.350 2828 CIHLDG 2.350 -0.020 2 2.350 15.64 2.13 380.7 1.310 1.046 1.270 1.250 7169 DOMINAN 1.270 UNCH 52.8 1.255 9.14 3.94 209.6
0.050 0.020 0.035 0.025 5188 CNOUHUA 0.035 0.010 104 0.029 23.4 1.860 0.887 1.720 1.670 1619 DRBHCOM 1.690 0.020 4837.7 1.698 1.18 3,267.2
3.180 1.745 3.080 3.030 7205 COCOLND 3.070 UNCH 306.9 3.068 15.63 5.05 702.4 1.606 0.540 1.440 1.330 7233 DUFU 1.400 0.060 2802.9 1.402 8.45 3.21 245.7
1.960 1.320 1.780 1.770 7202 CSCENIC 1.770 -0.010 151.7 1.773 16.68 6.21 213.3 0.985 0.795 0.800 0.795 8907 EG 0.800 -0.005 192.1 0.800 7.47 169.3
0.095 0.055 0.060 0.060 5214 CSL 0.060 -0.005 902 0.060 7.59 74.6 1.100 0.860 0.965 0.960 9016 EKSONS 0.965 0.020 8 0.962 158.5
0.810 0.685 0.695 0.695 9423 CWG 0.695 UNCH 1.2 0.695 3.85 5.04 58.5 0.927 0.510 0.770 0.750 7217 EMETALL 0.760 0.015 1371.7 0.759 17.43 3.29 130.1
0.060 0.025 0.030 0.025 7179 DBE 0.030 0.005 4696 0.030 100.0 41.4 0.885 0.500 0.600 0.600 7773 EPMB 0.600 UNCH 30 0.600 1.67 99.6
1.000 0.740 7119 DEGEM 0.970 11.62 2.58 130.0 0.443 0.367 0.410 0.405 190 ESAFE 0.410 -0.005 187.5 0.409 12.58 98.6
62.795 52.364 59.400 58.500 3026 DLADY 59.100 0.700 10 59.080 25.71 1.69 3,782.4 1.140 0.735 0.870 0.850 5101 EVERGRN 0.860 0.010 967.2 0.860 11.56 2.33 727.9
0.115 0.070 0.090 0.085 7198 DPS 0.090 UNCH 89.1 0.087 900.0 52.9 0.932 0.580 0.630 0.615 7249 EWEIN 0.630 -0.005 52.6 0.621 14.22 0.79 190.0
0.105 0.020 0.065 0.065 7182 EKA 0.065 -0.005 20 0.065 20.3 1.380 1.011 1.360 1.290 2984 FACBIND 1.350 0.030 249.3 1.341 12.03 1.85 115.0
0.360 0.140 0.265 0.250 9091 EMICO 0.250 -0.005 1863.6 0.258 15.72 24.0 3.020 2.270 2.830 2.810 7229 FAVCO 2.830 0.010 18.8 2.820 8.22 5.30 626.6
2.046 1.400 7149 ENGKAH 1.520 44.31 3.95 107.6 0.800 0.486 0.710 0.690 149 FIBON 0.695 0.005 545.5 0.699 10.61 1.80 68.1
0.270 0.195 0.200 0.195 7208 EURO 0.195 -0.005 178.4 0.198 25.32 47.4 2.370 2.020 2.300 2.300 3107 FIMACOR 2.300 UNCH 45.4 2.300 14.72 5.43 564.1
0.820 0.630 7094 EUROSP 0.730 32.4 1.820 1.368 1.740 1.720 5197 FLBHD 1.730 -0.010 398.7 1.732 8.07 8.67 178.5
26.000 21.887 25.460 24.360 3689 F&N 25.160 -0.120 331.6 25.232 24.41 2.29 9,228.1 1.420 1.330 1.340 1.340 3611 GBH 1.340 UNCH 2 1.340 154.02 250.0
1.205 0.815 0.950 0.900 2755 FCW 0.950 0.085 54 0.937 78.51 1.58 237.5 2.470 1.450 2.140 2.080 7197 GESHEN 2.090 -0.040 1124.3 2.109 9.84 167.2
0.875 0.620 0.690 0.680 8605 FFHB 0.680 -0.010 122.3 0.685 11.43 1.47 74.1 0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 5220 GLOTEC 0.055 UNCH 1035 0.055 296.0
1.060 0.655 1.060 1.030 9172 FPI 1.040 -0.010 1021.7 1.043 11.87 5.77 257.3 0.735 0.220 7192 GOODWAY 0.245 27.1
2.070 0.725 1.710 1.710 7184 G3 1.710 -0.010 8 1.710 235.1 0.135 0.085 7096 GPA 0.100 12.20 98.0
1.340 0.858 1.300 1.240 5102 GCB 1.260 0.020 522.2 1.269 17.40 1.19 605.0 0.425 0.255 0.335 0.315 5649 GPHAROS 0.330 0.010 468.2 0.328 44.4
2.999 2.334 2.870 2.830 5606 GOLDIS 2.840 -0.020 35 2.850 8.33 0.70 1,736.4 0.245 0.196 0.215 0.205 136 GREENYB 0.210 UNCH 42 0.205 40.38 2.86 70.1
0.110 0.030 0.045 0.045 5187 HBGLOB 0.045 -0.005 50 0.045 21.1 0.145 0.085 0.105 0.105 7077 GSB 0.105 UNCH 308 0.105 55.4
19.100 15.038 17.780 17.700 3255 HEIM 17.740 -0.020 265.7 17.715 19.74 6.48 5,359.2 1.050 0.749 0.935 0.930 3247 GUH 0.935 UNCH 112.3 0.935 13.22 3.74 259.8
10.600 7.919 10.460 10.380 3301 HLIND 10.460 UNCH 33.2 10.430 11.65 3.35 3,429.9 1.180 0.235 0.900 0.830 5151 HALEX 0.890 -0.010 67.4 0.890 94.3
1.019 0.822 0.955 0.945 5160 HOMERIZ 0.950 0.005 130.9 0.950 10.50 4.21 285.0 7.400 3.996 6.860 6.740 5168 HARTA 6.760 0.010 1620.2 6.759 39.21 1.18 11,120.9
0.405 0.240 0.320 0.315 7213 HOVID 0.320 UNCH 887.2 0.316 23.36 3.13 262.7 6.600 2.950 5.390 5.390 7105 HCK 5.390 0.040 1 5.390 490.0 454.0
1.286 1.113 1.210 1.200 5024 HUPSENG 1.210 UNCH 153.1 1.210 20.44 3.31 968.0 6.300 1.990 5.910 5.780 4324 HENGYUAN 5.780 -0.080 392.4 5.857 3.38 1,734.0
0.630 0.450 8478 HWATAI 0.505 180.3 37.8 1.540 0.983 1.530 1.510 5095 HEVEA 1.530 0.010 2676.2 1.522 8.62 4.64 825.5
4.450 1.759 4.450 4.360 5107 IQGROUP 4.420 0.030 117 4.414 13.69 2.49 389.1 1.200 0.811 0.980 0.975 3298 HEXZA 0.975 -0.005 132 0.978 7.09 4.62 195.4
1.460 0.919 1.400 1.370 7152 JAYCORP 1.380 0.010 102 1.384 8.42 3.62 189.4 0.410 0.240 0.380 0.370 5072 HIAPTEK 0.375 UNCH 7223.6 0.375 12.63 0.80 491.1
0.740 0.505 0.600 0.600 8931 JERASIA 0.600 0.030 9.7 0.600 8.52 49.2 0.560 0.180 0.410 0.400 5199 HIBISCS 0.405 UNCH 7074 0.407 4.63 584.8
2.618 1.510 1.580 1.540 5247 KAREX 1.570 0.030 1723.5 1.556 42.32 1.27 1,573.7 1.276 0.840 7033 HIGHTEC 1.100 7.45 3.18 44.7
5.070 3.153 4.800 4.800 7216 KAWAN 4.800 0.080 11 4.800 34.88 0.52 1,294.3 1.250 0.700 1.130 1.120 8443 HIL 1.120 UNCH 233.9 1.121 19.02 1.34 312.2
0.260 0.040 0.160 0.160 8303 KFM 0.160 UNCH 1 0.160 10.9 0.405 0.270 5165 HOKHENG 0.350 35.35 28.0
0.920 0.716 0.785 0.780 6203 KHEESAN 0.785 UNCH 21.8 0.780 16.81 1.27 81.6 0.055 0.020 0.035 0.035 2739 HUAAN 0.035 UNCH 397.8 0.035 39.3
2.700 1.875 2.300 2.300 7062 KHIND 2.300 0.100 2 2.300 11.41 4.35 92.1 3.385 2.130 2.260 2.210 5000 HUMEIND 2.250 0.030 25.7 2.235 42.21 0.89 1,078.0
2.210 0.995 1.940 1.890 2 KOTRA 1.920 0.030 17.4 1.918 19.09 1.04 256.1 0.075 0.045 0.055 0.050 9601 HWGB 0.050 -0.005 108 0.055 49.9
0.140 0.050 0.090 0.080 5172 KSTAR 0.085 0.005 2260.1 0.086 24.9 0.890 0.730 9687 IDEALUBB 0.750 5.49 82.9
6.000 4.509 5.620 5.480 7006 LATITUD 5.580 0.110 168.6 5.585 7.29 2.15 542.4 2.070 1.700 1.800 1.770 7222 IMASPRO 1.800 0.100 13 1.788 18.13 1.94 144.0
0.950 0.785 9385 LAYHONG 0.905 30.17 0.55 550.9 0.300 0.165 7183 IRETEX 0.180 24.8
0.377 0.261 0.310 0.310 8079 LEESK 0.310 -0.010 9.7 0.310 10.99 3.23 52.0 0.085 0.055 0.060 0.055 7223 JADI 0.060 UNCH 229.4 0.056 56.5
3.332 2.674 3.240 3.220 7089 LIIHEN 3.240 0.010 533 3.229 7.85 4.94 583.2 0.175 0.137 0.145 0.145 8648 JASKITA 0.145 UNCH 40 0.145 6.90 65.2
0.820 0.710 0.750 0.745 7126 LONBISC 0.745 UNCH 120 0.748 9.61 139.0 0.110 0.030 2747 JAVA 0.035 6.1
1.890 1.212 1.680 1.680 7085 LTKM 1.680 -0.010 1 1.680 18.18 1.79 218.6 1.120 0.892 7043 JMR 1.100 169.2 139.5
7.920 3.722 7.500 7.350 7087 MAGNI 7.390 -0.090 282.5 7.409 10.01 1.89 1,202.6 1.729 0.825 1.530 1.510 7167 JOHOTIN 1.520 UNCH 504.4 1.519 7.54 1.73 419.9
0.045 0.015 0.020 0.015 5189 MAXWELL 0.020 UNCH 633 0.017 8.0 1.460 1.064 1.160 1.140 4383 JTIASA 1.150 0.010 1438.7 1.148 14.69 1.13 1,119.8
1.266 0.974 1.050 1.050 5886 MBG 1.050 -0.030 10 1.050 24.48 2.86 63.8 0.310 0.160 0.295 0.280 54 KARYON 0.280 -0.010 2705 0.287 26.42 133.2
2.500 1.285 2.470 2.410 3662 MFLOUR 2.470 0.020 1300.7 2.450 15.43 2.63 1,359.2 0.922 0.680 0.735 0.735 7199 KEINHIN 0.735 UNCH 95.6 0.735 10.32 2.04 72.8
0.990 0.800 7935 MILUX 0.880 47.9 0.545 0.340 0.365 0.365 6211 KIALIM 0.365 UNCH 14 0.365 22.6
5.005 4.020 4.050 4.030 5202 MSM 4.050 UNCH 3 4.037 106.30 3.46 2,847.1 3.009 2.733 2.980 2.960 3522 KIANJOO 2.970 0.010 28.7 2.966 9.76 1.35 1,319.2
0.035 0.030 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 21.2 2.363 1.511 1.940 1.880 5371 KIMHIN 1.880 -0.080 102.9 1.895 8.14 3.19 292.6
1.826 1.184 1.460 1.450 3921 MWE 1.450 UNCH 65.1 1.452 2.55 1.38 335.8 0.085 0.025 0.045 0.040 5060 KINSTEL 0.045 0.005 2730 0.044 47.2
85.200 72.962 84.000 83.900 4707 NESTLE 83.900 UNCH 70.9 83.996 30.42 3.22 19,674.6 1.700 1.090 1.230 1.190 9466 KKB 1.190 -0.030 109.7 1.201 3.36 306.8
4.880 2.672 4.580 4.500 7060 NHFATT 4.580 0.080 15.7 4.574 10.79 2.40 344.2 0.455 0.235 0.245 0.240 7164 KNM 0.245 UNCH 4114.4 0.241 528.3
0.130 0.070 0.090 0.085 7139 NICE 0.085 -0.005 533.6 0.086 24.29 28.3 1.129 0.751 0.940 0.885 6971 KOBAY 0.940 0.020 34.2 0.914 15.16 96.0
0.315 0.240 0.255 0.250 7215 NIHSIN 0.250 -0.005 338 0.252 59.6 0.376 0.240 0.255 0.245 7017 KOMARK 0.250 0.005 387.3 0.250 31.2
0.905 0.775 0.795 0.790 5066 NTPM 0.790 -0.005 243.8 0.791 17.95 3.04 887.3 7.150 5.565 7.000 6.890 7153 KOSSAN 6.970 -0.030 316.3 6.982 27.45 1.58 4,457.1
0.690 0.345 0.590 0.575 7071 OCR 0.590 0.010 1946.6 0.585 151.3 1.110 0.345 1.020 0.960 7130 KPOWER 0.980 UNCH 867.9 1.006 55.2
0.250 0.040 0.135 0.130 7071PA OCR-PA 0.130 0.005 4520.9 0.131 83.9 5.118 4.606 4.980 4.940 3476 KSENG 4.960 0.040 18.4 4.968 12.73 2.02 1,792.9
2.389 1.353 7107 OFI 1.670 21.97 2.40 400.8 0.580 0.341 0.520 0.500 5192 KSSC 0.505 0.010 572 0.512 9.15 2.97 48.5
7.300 6.290 6.610 6.590 4006 ORIENT 6.600 UNCH 35.2 6.604 14.80 3.03 4,094.6 0.775 0.295 0.705 0.680 8362 KYM 0.690 -0.005 575.6 0.689 26.44 103.4
3.840 2.222 3.840 3.750 7052 PADINI 3.840 0.090 1109.6 3.802 16.27 2.60 2,526.4 8.400 5.060 5.770 5.710 3794 LAFMSIA 5.760 0.050 1245.2 5.747 729.11 3.47 4,894.2
38.422 30.120 37.340 37.060 3719 PANAMY 37.200 -0.140 0.6 37.153 17.80 3.74 2,259.7 0.940 0.549 0.775 0.760 9326 LBALUM 0.770 -0.005 902.1 0.765 10.65 2.60 191.3
0.774 0.516 5022 PAOS 0.530 32.92 3.08 96.0 0.614 0.448 0.515 0.515 5092 LCTH 0.515 UNCH 363 0.515 13.07 4.85 185.4
0.650 0.300 0.460 0.455 9407 PARAGON 0.460 -0.025 14.7 0.457 20.44 32.2 6.530 6.330 6.430 6.400 5284 LCTITAN 6.410 UNCH 588.5 6.406 8.42 14,792.9
0.660 0.310 6068 PCCS 0.500 30.0 0.844 0.417 0.730 0.715 5232 LEONFB 0.725 0.005 1273.8 0.722 6.27 2.07 224.8
1.060 0.700 0.890 0.870 5231 PELIKAN 0.890 0.020 14.9 0.870 181.63 492.4 0.440 0.100 0.315 0.295 8745 LEWEKO 0.300 UNCH 1712.6 0.305 96.6
0.235 0.145 0.190 0.185 4081 PMCORP 0.185 -0.005 13 0.186 10.28 143.1 0.080 0.020 0.050 0.045 2887 LIONDIV 0.045 -0.005 160 0.047 62.6
0.515 0.441 0.495 0.495 5080 POHKONG 0.495 UNCH 5.8 0.495 11.25 2.02 203.1 1.280 0.275 1.200 1.160 4235 LIONIND 1.180 0.020 3512 1.185 847.1
1.998 1.422 1.940 1.920 7088 POHUAT 1.940 UNCH 41.5 1.929 7.22 4.12 440.3 0.665 0.285 0.600 0.585 9881 LSTEEL 0.590 0.010 1576.2 0.594 8.53 75.5
17.300 15.159 16.840 16.720 4065 PPB 16.720 -0.120 316.9 16.775 17.13 1.50 19,821.6 0.160 0.050 0.120 0.120 5068 LUSTER 0.120 UNCH 12961.9 0.120 237.1
0.720 0.489 7190 PPG 0.610 11.73 2.26 61.0 3.875 3.336 3.790 3.720 9199 LYSAGHT 3.750 0.030 35 3.740 9.94 1.87 155.9
1.686 1.260 1.290 1.270 8966 PRLEXUS 1.270 -0.020 344.1 1.272 8.92 2.36 227.2 1.280 0.500 1.040 1.010 5098 MASTEEL 1.030 UNCH 875.7 1.023 8.17 251.8
1.170 0.636 1.030 1.010 7134 PWF 1.010 -0.020 186.7 1.022 16.97 2.69 169.1 0.855 0.475 0.690 0.675 7029 MASTER 0.685 UNCH 139.6 0.683 11.98 1.46 37.4
2.705 1.840 2.350 2.340 7237 PWROOT 2.350 UNCH 182.2 2.349 16.55 4.89 775.2 1.170 0.863 1.030 1.020 5152 MBL 1.020 UNCH 16.1 1.025 7.40 3.92 93.8
5.000 4.143 4.910 4.890 7084 QL 4.900 -0.010 1122.6 4.893 31.21 0.87 6,115.3 0.870 0.618 0.810 0.810 7004 MCEHLDG 0.810 UNCH 93.7 0.810 21.26 1.85 36.0
2.380 1.460 2.360 2.350 9946 REX 2.350 -0.010 27.8 2.353 104.91 0.85 144.9 0.660 0.290 0.305 0.300 3778 MELEWAR 0.300 UNCH 52 0.301 67.7
1.890 1.060 1.530 1.500 183 SALUTE 1.530 0.030 301 1.522 23.47 1.57 593.6 0.789 0.478 5223 MENTIGA 0.690 9.77 1.45 48.3
1.609 1.000 1.410 1.370 5252 SASBADI 1.410 0.040 14.5 1.386 22.24 1.60 394.0 1.426 1.062 1.290 1.260 8192 MERCURY 1.290 UNCH 39.4 1.280 13.65 9.30 51.8
0.390 0.275 5157 SAUDEE 0.340 377.7 40.8 1.837 1.596 6149 METROD 1.710 17.57 3.51 205.2
1.430 1.000 1.390 1.380 7180 SERNKOU 1.380 -0.010 18.9 1.385 165.6 1.068 0.333 0.920 0.910 5001 MIECO 0.915 -0.005 628.3 0.917 8.43 4.37 480.4
0.845 0.580 0.645 0.645 7165 SGB 0.645 -0.005 50 0.645 110.3 0.150 0.075 0.130 0.125 7219 MINETEC 0.125 UNCH 1247 0.130 91.4
0.220 0.060 0.200 0.195 7165PA SGB-PA 0.195 -0.010 320 0.199 87.2 0.784 0.515 0.530 0.515 5576 MINHO 0.525 0.005 48.1 0.520 9.04 115.3
2.065 1.480 7412 SHH 1.510 14.30 6.62 75.5 4.403 2.677 3.920 3.910 5916 MSC 3.910 -0.010 9 3.919 14.59 2.05 391.0
1.070 0.800 0.915 0.905 7246 SIGN 0.905 0.005 20.9 0.907 5.02 5.52 217.5 2.070 1.373 1.530 1.510 3883 MUDA 1.520 0.010 64 1.513 17.92 1.97 463.7
0.915 0.194 0.705 0.685 8532 SINOTOP 0.700 UNCH 187.4 0.699 51.85 276.4 1.200 0.435 0.800 0.780 5087 MYCRON 0.790 UNCH 350.7 0.790 6.16 224.0
0.865 0.600 0.705 0.670 9776 SMCAP 0.675 -0.025 149 0.683 35.34 41.2 0.240 0.035 7002 NAKA 0.180 10.0
0.385 0.200 0.335 0.335 7943 SNC 0.335 UNCH 20 0.335 44.67 22.1 0.385 0.190 0.205 0.195 5025 NWP 0.200 UNCH 310.1 0.200 72.2
2.548 2.155 7103 SPRITZER 2.450 17.79 2.36 447.4 1.190 0.492 1.050 1.030 4944 NYLEX 1.050 0.010 1009.7 1.046 10.04 1.90 204.1
1.500 1.020 1.150 1.130 7186 SWSCAP 1.130 UNCH 10 1.140 70.19 0.88 164.8 1.940 1.119 1.900 1.850 7140 OKA 1.880 0.010 317.6 1.880 11.01 2.93 306.7
0.669 0.492 0.530 0.520 7082 SYF 0.525 UNCH 576.4 0.524 8.41 1.90 325.1 1.320 0.865 1.270 1.250 5065 ORNA 1.270 0.020 131 1.264 10.23 2.36 95.6
0.505 0.280 7211 TAFI 0.405 32.4 0.085 0.055 0.065 0.065 7225 PA 0.065 0.005 50 0.065 61.5
1.979 1.651 1.790 1.730 4405 TCHONG 1.740 -0.020 46.5 1.758 1.15 1,169.3 7.800 6.260 6.940 6.890 5183 PCHEM 6.940 0.030 4782.3 6.912 15.31 2.74 55,520.0
1.402 0.505 0.515 0.510 7200 TEKSENG 0.515 UNCH 204.6 0.512 9.55 3.88 179.3 2.020 1.454 1.650 1.640 5271 PECCA 1.650 -0.010 4.5 1.650 20.78 2.42 310.2
1.250 0.865 0.875 0.865 7252 TEOSENG 0.865 -0.005 299.8 0.870 16.99 1.73 259.5 0.801 0.605 0.630 0.630 9997 PENSONI 0.630 UNCH 13 0.630 10.77 4.76 81.7
1.510 1.230 9369 TGL 1.400 18.72 5.36 57.0 8.150 5.662 7.950 7.830 5436 PERSTIM 7.940 UNCH 11.8 7.937 14.30 5.04 788.5
0.620 0.400 0.595 0.590 7230 TOMEI 0.595 0.025 7.5 0.590 14.69 82.5 21.925 17.949 18.860 18.660 6033 PETGAS 18.860 0.080 760.7 18.803 21.27 3.34 37,318.9
0.560 0.390 7176 TPC 0.410 44.09 95.9 8.710 3.416 8.640 8.450 3042 PETRONM 8.460 -0.100 138.6 8.561 6.93 2.60 2,284.2
6.461 4.089 5.770 5.690 4588 UMW 5.700 UNCH 129.2 5.705 3.51 6,659.3 2.476 1.595 2.320 2.310 7095 PIE 2.320 UNCH 436.8 2.317 19.55 1.03 891.0
2.470 1.934 2.410 2.410 7757 UPA 2.410 UNCH 2 2.410 5.76 3.32 191.8 2.580 1.277 2.250 2.220 7172 PMBTECH 2.220 -0.070 31 2.234 16.11 1.80 177.6
1.668 0.677 1.400 1.380 7203 WANGZNG 1.380 -0.020 385.6 1.386 12.01 2.90 220.8 2.977 2.530 2.670 2.630 8869 PMETAL 2.670 0.010 729.9 2.656 18.26 1.90 9,968.8
0.325 0.080 0.275 0.265 5156 XDL 0.270 0.005 3176.2 0.269 30.34 181.9 0.575 0.450 6637 PNEPCB 0.525 13.85 69.0
0.615 0.360 0.565 0.555 7121 XIANLNG 0.565 0.015 130 0.558 41.1 0.995 0.270 0.740 0.515 8117 POLY 0.640 0.125 862.6 0.648 2.98 102.4
0.200 0.020 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 26.7 1.670 0.920 1.640 1.610 8273 PPHB 1.620 UNCH 169.1 1.627 9.98 178.0
2.822 2.175 2.430 2.370 5584 YEELEE 2.430 0.040 120.8 2.401 11.63 1.85 464.8 0.365 0.250 9458 PREMIER 0.275 229.1 92.7
1.440 1.034 1.430 1.400 5159 YOCB 1.420 -0.010 360.9 1.419 9.77 2.82 227.2 1.370 0.501 1.240 1.210 9873 PRESTAR 1.230 UNCH 368.3 1.230 7.23 2.44 249.2
2.960 1.744 2.920 2.860 7178 YSPSAH 2.880 UNCH 101.6 2.899 12.32 2.43 393.2 1.110 0.635 1.080 1.030 7168 PRG 1.050 0.030 501.1 1.054 87.50 0.48 313.8
1.957 1.160 1.730 1.630 5131 ZHULIAN 1.680 0.030 374.7 1.686 14.50 3.57 772.8 0.330 0.085 0.260 0.250 7123 PWORTH 0.250 -0.010 5273.1 0.253 96.15 232.7
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 1.380 1.080 1.200 1.120 7544 QUALITY 1.120 -0.060 10.1 1.199 64.9
1.420 0.922 1.350 1.330 12 3A 1.350 UNCH 450.5 1.334 15.61 1.07 664.2 0.800 0.510 7498 RALCO 0.750 31.5
0.210 0.085 0.145 0.130 7086 ABLEGRP 0.140 0.005 3746.9 0.139 36.9 5.860 5.320 5.740 5.740 7765 RAPID 5.740 UNCH 169.6 5.740 786.3 613.6
0.400 0.200 0.365 0.360 7131 ACME 0.365 0.035 103 0.363 79.7 0.745 0.400 0.425 0.415 5256 REACH 0.415 -0.005 694.6 0.420 18.36 455.0
0.900 0.630 0.700 0.695 7191 ADVENTA 0.695 0.010 24.1 0.697 3475 106.2 0.655 0.390 0.590 0.570 7232 RESINTC 0.580 -0.005 383.1 0.578 8.80 2.07 79.6
2.694 2.039 2.200 2.200 9148 ADVPKG 2.200 UNCH 18.7 2.200 18.29 5.45 45.1 1.190 0.595 1.190 1.150 9741 ROHAS 1.160 0.020 1772.1 1.168 463.8
0.220 0.135 0.200 0.190 7146 AEM 0.195 -0.005 1781.7 0.199 58.4 0.844 0.715 0.780 0.780 7803 RUBEREX 0.780 UNCH 10 0.780 8.69 1.60 196.7
0.500 0.365 0.400 0.395 5198 AFUJIYA 0.400 0.010 50.1 0.400 22.22 72.0 5.250 3.604 4.900 4.810 5134 SAB 4.900 0.100 10.1 4.829 13.79 1.02 671.0
0.635 0.380 0.480 0.480 2682 AISB 0.480 0.020 3 0.480 14.29 69.3 8.216 4.773 8.100 7.930 9822 SAM 7.950 -0.090 114.3 7.973 21.82 1.29 1,001.0
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
26 Markets T HU R SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
1.010 0.853 0.985 0.985 7811 SAPIND 0.985 0.005 10 0.985 11.64 6.09 71.7 2.087 1.065 1.770 1.770 5208 EITA 1.770 -0.010 10.5 1.770 8.49 2.26 230.1
1.383 0.984 1.140 1.130 5170 SCABLE 1.130 0.010 96.9 1.133 18.46 2.65 358.3 1.508 1.102 1.340 1.300 5056 ENGTEX 1.330 0.030 3820.6 1.325 6.56 0.75 476.7
4.329 2.670 4.180 4.120 7247 SCGM 4.180 0.080 36.5 4.136 24.34 1.91 606.9 0.624 0.370 0.545 0.530 6939 FIAMMA 0.540 0.010 1546.3 0.545 11.00 2.78 286.2
0.770 0.520 9237 SCIB 0.630 34.81 51.0 0.440 0.380 0.405 0.400 9318 FITTERS 0.405 0.005 73.1 0.400 1.48 194.6
8.928 5.880 8.730 8.670 4731 SCIENTX 8.730 0.090 267.6 8.705 19.13 1.83 4,221.5 1.468 1.084 1.270 1.270 7210 FREIGHT 1.270 UNCH 1 1.270 10.93 3.94 236.4
0.345 0.250 0.280 0.280 7239 SCNWOLF 0.280 UNCH 41 0.280 24.5 0.385 0.135 0.380 0.365 128 FRONTKN 0.365 -0.015 27770 0.372 14.48 384.5
0.525 0.135 7366 SCOMIEN 0.270 92.4 0.290 0.150 9377 FSBM 0.195 27.6
1.660 0.660 1.430 1.410 7073 SEACERA 1.430 0.010 1085 1.421 76.06 2.10 351.9 3.096 2.244 2.990 2.920 5209 GASMSIA 2.990 0.060 212.9 2.945 22.91 4.30 3,839.2
0.230 0.140 0.160 0.155 5145 SEALINK 0.160 UNCH 200 0.160 80.0 0.820 0.615 0.740 0.700 78 GDEX 0.705 UNCH 24093.3 0.719 100.71 0.35 3,931.2
0.765 0.250 0.655 0.650 5163 SEB 0.655 -0.005 120.5 0.653 52.4 6.302 4.138 5.820 5.750 4715 GENM 5.820 0.070 5174.7 5.801 10.82 1.58 34,559.4
1.060 0.388 0.940 0.850 5181 SIGGAS 0.935 0.065 4130.3 0.910 38.80 1.28 175.3 10.000 7.449 9.580 9.330 3182 GENTING 9.340 -0.110 2937.6 9.442 13.28 0.64 35,639.8
1.040 0.550 0.800 0.800 7115 SKBSHUT 0.800 0.020 1.5 0.800 11.92 32.0 4.397 1.538 4.220 4.140 3204 GKENT 4.160 UNCH 788.2 4.186 14.92 2.40 1,562.1
1.440 1.121 1.330 1.320 7155 SKPRES 1.320 -0.010 2745.1 1.324 14.81 2.65 1,650.2 0.555 0.300 0.465 0.455 7676 GUNUNG 0.460 -0.015 267 0.460 108.6
3.021 1.949 2.470 2.400 7248 SLP 2.460 0.090 9.3 2.450 23.93 1.83 649.8 4.390 1.834 4.370 4.280 7668 HAIO 4.350 -0.020 119.9 4.332 23.73 2.45 1,299.1
0.700 0.585 7132 SMISCOR 0.630 3.97 28.2 0.335 0.200 0.220 0.220 7253 HANDAL 0.220 0.005 19 0.220 35.2
1.780 0.884 1.660 1.620 5665 SSTEEL 1.620 UNCH 343.3 1.641 1.85 695.0 9.350 7.192 9.190 9.050 3034 HAPSENG 9.080 -0.070 382.6 9.086 21.29 3.85 22,606.3
0.340 0.065 0.280 0.260 7143 STONE 0.260 -0.015 212 0.264 23.4 1.121 0.685 0.690 0.685 2062 HARBOUR 0.690 UNCH 76 0.690 8.30 2.90 276.3
1.550 1.340 1.360 1.360 6904 SUBUR 1.360 -0.010 1 1.360 284.2 4.077 2.740 3.950 3.930 5008 HARISON 3.930 -0.030 18 3.938 12.72 6.36 269.2
4.320 1.535 3.490 3.470 7207 SUCCESS 3.480 -0.010 20.5 3.485 10.74 1.44 427.0 0.150 0.050 0.060 0.060 7013 HUBLINE 0.060 UNCH 1580.2 0.060 59.7
2.380 1.764 2.380 2.330 7235 SUPERLN 2.340 -0.010 300.1 2.351 15.66 1.18 374.4 0.480 0.220 0.245 0.235 5255 ICON 0.240 -0.005 1972.4 0.240 282.5
2.324 1.852 1.960 1.930 7106 SUPERMX 1.940 0.020 423.9 1.948 22.12 1.29 1,319.5 6.696 5.512 5.950 5.900 5225 IHH 5.950 0.040 2043.7 5.932 57.82 0.50 49,022.3
4.210 3.317 3.500 3.420 5012 TAANN 3.500 0.010 252.2 3.472 10.20 3.45 1,557.0 0.330 0.180 0.205 0.195 5079 KBES 0.205 0.005 20 0.204 25.8
0.545 0.350 0.420 0.390 4022 TADMAX 0.410 0.020 6064.2 0.408 220.8 1.960 1.690 1.850 1.850 6491 KFIMA 1.850 UNCH 81.5 1.850 17.19 4.86 522.1
0.415 0.235 0.310 0.305 5149 TAS 0.305 UNCH 28.9 0.309 54.9 0.739 0.236 0.705 0.660 151 KGB 0.700 0.040 6969 0.689 14.61 1.43 160.9
14.658 12.135 13.000 13.000 4448 TASEK 13.000 UNCH 1.3 13.00 50.62 9.23 1,607.1 1.680 1.020 1.150 1.150 5035 KNUSFOR 1.150 -0.030 0.1 1.150 1.74 114.6
0.290 0.090 0.210 0.195 5178 TATGIAP 0.200 0.005 1896.6 0.203 31.0 4.290 3.803 4.230 4.190 5878 KPJ 4.220 -0.010 127.4 4.202 30.45 1.66 4,499.5
1.220 0.290 1.170 1.150 7097 TAWIN 1.170 UNCH 337.8 1.159 15.52 75.2 1.678 0.974 1.370 1.360 5843 KPS 1.370 0.010 171 1.364 1141.6 4.56 683.6
2.920 1.020 1.850 1.750 7439 TECGUAN 1.850 0.170 2 1.800 10.60 74.2 0.590 0.485 0.540 0.530 9121 KPSCB 0.530 -0.005 37 0.537 10.82 78.3
0.700 0.285 6378 TEKALA 0.640 97.9 0.225 0.115 0.155 0.150 4847 KTB 0.155 0.005 903.1 0.150 62.4
4.870 3.870 4.360 4.310 7034 TGUAN 4.350 0.030 222.7 4.342 8.58 2.76 573.1 0.628 0.299 0.520 0.500 6874 KUB 0.515 0.015 2800 0.513 11.50 1.94 286.6
2.166 1.470 1.910 1.900 7374 TIENWAH 1.910 -0.010 9 1.909 4.82 6.28 276.5 0.380 0.240 0.275 0.265 7170 LFECORP 0.270 UNCH 1130.5 0.270 28.72 49.0
0.800 0.560 7854 TIMWELL 0.650 57.9 0.650 0.420 0.545 0.530 8486 LIONFIB 0.545 -0.015 36 0.544 126.2
1.080 0.595 1.060 1.010 7285 TOMYPAK 1.040 0.020 647.1 1.042 17.33 3.08 435.6 2.260 1.367 2.220 2.180 5143 LUXCHEM 2.210 UNCH 786.5 2.202 12.02 3.17 619.1
3.760 1.712 3.540 3.510 5010 TONGHER 3.540 0.010 36.9 3.518 10.55 8.47 557.3 2.421 1.670 1.730 1.710 3859 MAGNUM 1.730 0.020 555.7 1.728 16.26 7.51 2,487.3
5.878 4.087 5.710 5.660 7113 TOPGLOV 5.680 -0.050 887.1 5.680 23.78 2.55 7,134.7 1.700 1.010 1.070 1.030 5264 MALAKOF 1.050 -0.010 3783.9 1.049 14.17 6.67 5,250.0
0.850 0.495 7173 TOYOINK 0.700 74.9 0.179 0.141 0.155 0.150 3514 MARCO 0.150 -0.005 568 0.150 9.04 3.33 158.1
0.230 0.145 4359 TURIYA 0.190 43.5 6.549 5.415 5.590 5.560 6012 MAXIS 5.560 -0.010 2106.1 5.567 20.89 3.60 43,426.4
1.890 1.444 1.880 1.870 7100 UCHITEC 1.870 -0.010 221.7 1.870 13.86 6.95 832.3 0.955 0.680 0.725 0.720 5077 MAYBULK 0.720 0.005 123.6 0.722 720.0
6.458 3.310 4.240 4.180 7133 ULICORP 4.240 UNCH 3.9 4.211 22.05 2.83 615.6 2.636 2.054 2.210 2.200 5983 MBMR 2.200 UNCH 6.3 2.202 12.81 2.73 860.0
1.425 1.150 1.270 1.270 7227 UMSNGB 1.270 UNCH 39 1.270 9.20 2.36 101.6 1.415 0.865 0.925 0.905 4502 MEDIA 0.910 -0.010 714.1 0.915 8.79 1,009.4
1.680 1.000 1.330 1.300 4995 VERSATL 1.300 -0.010 1532.1 1.312 2166.6 152.5 0.729 0.495 0.520 0.500 5090 MEDIAC 0.510 0.010 2456.2 0.510 12.85 6.02 860.5
2.099 1.257 2.040 2.000 6963 VS 2.000 -0.010 6154 2.024 18.05 2.42 2,407.4 1.070 0.550 0.895 0.865 7234 MESB 0.885 -0.015 23.3 0.889 37.2
1.010 0.736 0.925 0.900 5142 WASEONG 0.900 UNCH 349.6 0.906 0.56 697.4 4.000 1.768 3.860 3.810 3069 MFCB 3.850 -0.010 46.3 3.819 10.08 1.30 1,547.9
0.485 0.345 0.425 0.425 7226 WATTA 0.425 0.005 44.3 0.425 35.9 1.160 0.750 0.780 0.750 5186 MHB 0.755 -0.025 883.7 0.762 1,208.0
2.050 1.471 1.980 1.970 7111 WEIDA 1.970 -0.010 78.8 1.980 13.79 1.52 262.7 7.827 6.785 7.380 7.310 3816 MISC 7.370 0.030 1014.4 7.344 12.25 3.66 32,898.2
2.349 1.741 2.200 2.150 7231 WELLCAL 2.160 -0.040 40.8 2.180 21.11 4.26 717.0 2.606 1.996 2.370 2.350 2194 MMCCORP 2.360 -0.010 71.9 2.353 13.00 1.69 7,186.3
0.845 0.570 0.750 0.685 7050 WONG 0.750 0.075 155.5 0.689 136.36 68.8 0.395 0.205 0.330 0.320 59 MMODE 0.325 UNCH 414.9 0.322 1.85 52.9
0.700 0.430 7025 WOODLAN 0.550 14.55 22.0 0.100 0.050 0.055 0.050 43 MTRONIC 0.055 UNCH 41 0.052 52.2
2.084 1.836 1.960 1.950 5009 WTHORSE 1.960 -0.010 23.1 1.953 30.72 5.10 470.4 0.280 0.115 0.190 0.180 3891 MUIIND 0.180 -0.005 2204.4 0.184 527.9
1.145 0.870 0.880 0.875 4243 WTK 0.880 0.005 95.4 0.879 87.13 2.27 423.6 3.050 1.950 2.160 2.120 3905 MULPHA 2.150 0.020 298 2.138 22.42 687.2
1.380 0.953 1.090 1.070 7245 WZSATU 1.070 -0.010 58.6 1.079 13.18 1.87 373.3 2.370 1.385 2.200 2.130 138 MYEG 2.160 0.020 7175.3 2.176 40.15 0.63 7,789.6
0.975 0.745 0.770 0.770 5048 YILAI 0.770 UNCH 11 0.770 35.65 123.2 0.910 0.305 0.870 0.785 9806 NATWIDE 0.820 0.040 1732.7 0.832 98.6
0.400 0.180 0.220 0.215 7020 YKGI 0.220 0.005 181.3 0.220 76.6 0.140 0.070 0.080 0.080 4464 NICORP 0.080 UNCH 350 0.080 6.78 69.1
0.700 0.380 0.540 0.530 7014 YLI 0.540 0.015 15 0.537 10.61 55.6 0.828 0.631 0.725 0.720 5533 OCB 0.720 UNCH 50 0.724 12.97 1.39 74.1
CONSTRUCTION 0.985 0.750 0.930 0.910 172 OCK 0.920 0.005 1528.4 0.918 28.22 0.65 801.8
1.020 0.735 1.020 0.900 5281 ADVCON 1.000 0.090 42883 0.980 14.03 402.1 3.460 1.614 2.820 2.750 5201 OLDTOWN 2.790 0.040 141.1 2.787 20.74 2.69 1,292.4
0.750 0.280 7007 ARK 0.480 23.4 0.210 0.070 0.130 0.125 3018 OLYMPIA 0.125 -0.005 1056.2 0.127 26.04 127.9
1.200 0.600 1.190 1.120 7078 AZRB 1.160 0.020 769 1.165 19.30 1.72 616.6 2.540 1.540 1.560 1.540 5260 OWG 1.540 -0.020 804.2 1.548 56.41 374.0
0.793 0.576 0.655 0.655 6173 BDB 0.655 -0.005 10 0.655 6.23 6.87 199.0 0.510 0.390 8419 PANSAR 0.405 23.14 2.47 113.4
0.625 0.351 0.445 0.420 5190 BENALEC 0.430 0.010 3933.6 0.435 24.29 1.63 349.1 0.665 0.435 0.650 0.630 5125 PANTECH 0.635 UNCH 2690.5 0.639 15.84 2.57 470.9
0.510 0.375 0.385 0.375 5932 BPURI 0.385 0.005 570.1 0.381 110.00 102.9 0.885 0.550 0.565 0.555 5657 PARKSON 0.555 -0.005 319.2 0.558 607.1
1.070 0.790 1.050 1.020 8761 BREM 1.040 0.010 3094.8 1.031 75.91 359.3 1.310 0.999 1.290 1.280 5041 PBA 1.280 -0.010 26 1.283 6.34 3.13 424.0
1.180 0.835 1.080 1.070 8591 CRESBLD 1.080 UNCH 121.9 1.076 10.98 3.70 191.1 0.135 0.045 0.050 0.045 6254 PDZ 0.050 UNCH 1166 0.050 43.5
2.120 1.460 7528 DKLS 1.880 3.48 1.60 174.3 1.250 0.867 1.150 1.100 5133 PENERGY 1.140 -0.010 120.5 1.134 1.75 366.8
2.730 1.339 2.730 2.670 5253 ECONBHD 2.680 -0.010 1152.3 2.690 18.28 1.68 1,433.8 1.550 1.540 7108 PERDANA 1.540 1,198.8
1.520 0.985 1.240 1.130 8877 EKOVEST 1.130 -0.040 46058.7 1.190 10.62 1.06 2,417.3 0.240 0.040 0.050 0.045 47 PERISAI 0.045 UNCH 1092 0.045 56.7
1.010 0.482 0.960 0.925 7047 FAJAR 0.950 0.005 2999.3 0.940 13.49 2.63 349.2 0.290 0.115 0.235 0.210 7080 PERMAJU 0.215 -0.010 629.2 0.221 42.1
1.370 0.885 1.310 1.280 9261 GADANG 1.310 0.020 3032.8 1.300 8.98 2.14 861.2 1.770 1.413 1.560 1.550 5219 PESTECH 1.560 0.010 150.1 1.559 21.31 1,190.9
5.459 4.541 5.360 5.300 5398 GAMUDA 5.320 -0.040 3642.9 5.325 19.78 2.26 13,031.7 25.245 22.248 23.720 23.680 5681 PETDAG 23.700 UNCH 155.1 23.698 24.91 3.04 23,544.9
1.490 0.815 1.400 1.390 5226 GBGAQRS 1.400 UNCH 356.7 1.397 15.61 547.3 0.250 0.030 7027 PETONE 0.055 8.33 2.8
0.920 0.710 0.805 0.795 5169 HOHUP 0.795 UNCH 214.2 0.796 4.77 298.0 5.624 4.370 4.520 4.470 7081 PHARMA 4.520 0.010 341.2 4.504 25.38 3.54 1,172.4
1.846 1.560 1.590 1.570 6238 HSL 1.580 UNCH 58.7 1.579 16.88 1.52 920.6 0.189 0.118 0.165 0.160 7201 PICORP 0.165 UNCH 419 0.162 3.70 108.6
3.557 2.998 3.470 3.440 3336 IJM 3.460 0.020 3906.3 3.458 19.06 2.17 12,549.3 0.420 0.220 7163 PJBUMI 0.275 22.6
0.765 0.565 0.685 0.670 5268 IKHMAS 0.675 UNCH 470.4 0.679 68.18 0.74 351.0 5.780 2.663 5.170 5.070 4634 POS 5.150 0.080 1708.4 5.133 39.95 2.27 4,031.3
0.360 0.290 0.320 0.305 192 INTA 0.315 0.010 12082.5 0.313 0.26 168.6 2.530 1.800 2.390 2.170 5204 PRESBHD 2.190 -0.190 7387.5 2.238 117.11 1.37 1,060.0
0.710 0.500 0.615 0.580 8834 IREKA 0.615 UNCH 11 0.583 22.95 105.1 2.590 1.640 1.760 1.700 8346 PRKCORP 1.760 0.010 10.5 1.703 176.0
1.790 0.900 1.460 1.420 4723 JAKS 1.450 0.030 2315.5 1.443 87.88 699.2 0.320 0.155 0.315 0.300 186 PTRANS 0.305 UNCH 4138.1 0.307 12.87 1.48 348.6
0.500 0.210 0.295 0.275 9083 JETSON 0.280 -0.005 2458.6 0.284 56.6 0.932 0.820 0.840 0.835 5272 RANHILL 0.835 -0.005 183.3 0.839 8.57 9.34 741.7
3.570 2.030 3.570 3.520 7161 KERJAYA 3.520 -0.050 191.3 3.537 15.45 1.56 1,820.3 0.360 0.155 0.300 0.295 37 RGB 0.295 UNCH 5449.1 0.296 15.45 2.03 394.7
2.345 1.706 2.230 2.230 5171 KIMLUN 2.230 -0.020 3.7 2.230 8.58 2.91 692.3 0.385 0.305 0.320 0.305 8885 RPB 0.305 UNCH 107.3 0.307 261.9
1.540 1.010 9628 LEBTECH 1.500 156.2 204.7 0.687 0.500 0.540 0.520 8567 SALCON 0.525 0.005 3058.2 0.527 3.60 355.8
1.240 0.684 0.840 0.840 5129 MELATI 0.840 -0.010 20 0.840 4.60 2.08 100.8 1.147 0.358 0.910 0.895 5147 SAMCHEM 0.900 0.005 375.3 0.902 14.90 3.61 244.8
0.575 0.240 0.520 0.485 5006 MERGE 0.500 0.010 1139.2 0.504 19.84 33.5 0.315 0.110 0.260 0.245 9113 SANBUMI 0.260 UNCH 301.2 0.253 58.9
1.417 1.109 1.340 1.310 9571 MITRA 1.340 0.030 775.2 1.330 6.98 3.73 914.1 2.399 1.920 2.150 2.120 99 SCICOM 2.150 -0.020 784.1 2.137 16.13 4.19 764.2
1.240 0.610 1.160 1.120 7595 MLGLOBAL 1.160 0.030 266.5 1.145 38.80 425.2 0.215 0.090 0.120 0.115 7158 SCOMI 0.120 0.005 544.6 0.117 230.1
0.440 0.245 0.350 0.345 5924 MTDACPI 0.345 -0.015 65.1 0.349 575.0 79.9 0.270 0.120 0.125 0.125 7045 SCOMIES 0.125 UNCH 1009.6 0.125 292.7
1.670 0.725 1.340 1.300 5085 MUDAJYA 1.300 -0.050 665.5 1.314 718.1 1.160 0.972 1.010 1.000 7053 SEEHUP 1.000 -0.010 6.4 1.002 7.20 52.3
2.990 2.090 2.560 2.500 5703 MUHIBAH 2.500 0.040 438.2 2.521 10.78 2.20 1,205.3 0.769 0.559 0.695 0.665 9792 SEG 0.690 -0.010 3428 0.677 33.17 5.07 872.3
0.724 0.351 0.660 0.650 8311 PESONA 0.655 UNCH 81.3 0.654 21.62 3.05 437.0 1.911 1.160 1.240 1.160 5250 SEM 1.200 -0.040 5022.1 1.192 31.25 1.92 1,480.1
1.579 1.132 1.490 1.450 7055 PLB 1.490 UNCH 16 1.453 0.67 136.0 2.100 1.324 1.610 1.590 5218 SENERGY 1.610 0.020 3139 1.601 75.94 0.62 9,647.4
1.288 0.924 1.040 1.030 5070 PRTASCO 1.030 -0.010 146.5 1.038 13.45 5.83 437.4 2.267 1.488 1.920 1.860 5279 SERBADK 1.910 0.050 7049.1 1.901 2.00 2,549.9
0.215 0.095 0.170 0.160 7145 PSIPTEK 0.160 UNCH 3380.3 0.161 17.02 55.8 9.700 7.183 9.580 9.500 4197 SIME 9.550 UNCH 6854.8 9.551 20.38 2.83 64,948.0
4.270 3.125 4.060 4.010 9598 PTARAS 4.060 UNCH 1118 4.050 17.39 4.93 669.8 0.917 0.651 9431 SJC 0.720 48.32 1.39 29.2
1.390 0.405 1.200 1.070 5205 SENDAI 1.180 0.100 6912.9 1.147 0.42 913.3 1.380 1.200 1.280 1.270 5242 SOLID 1.280 -0.020 86.5 1.276 43.24 1.02 214.2
2.150 1.533 2.030 2.010 5263 SUNCON 2.020 UNCH 497.7 2.020 20.22 2.48 2,611.7 2.540 2.140 2.360 2.340 6084 STAR 2.350 -0.010 106.1 2.351 17.15 7.66 1,735.6
0.415 0.310 0.315 0.310 9717 SYCAL 0.310 UNCH 69.7 0.313 17.22 99.3 2.950 2.242 2.840 2.840 9865 SUIWAH 2.840 -0.090 3 2.840 16.08 1.23 173.2
0.765 0.364 0.735 0.720 5054 TRC 0.720 UNCH 2497.1 0.725 8.94 2.64 346.0 0.110 0.045 0.055 0.050 1201 SUMATEC 0.050 -0.005 3521 0.052 193.3
2.400 1.500 1.730 1.680 5622 TRIPLC 1.690 -0.010 19.7 1.690 5.22 115.9 4.190 2.756 4.190 4.080 5211 SUNWAY 4.180 0.090 6574.2 4.152 14.44 2.13 8,703.1
0.825 0.430 0.750 0.740 5042 TSRCAP 0.750 -0.010 61.9 0.747 11.42 130.8 2.257 1.846 2.100 2.100 6521 SURIA 2.100 UNCH 17.5 2.100 9.49 3.33 605.2
0.145 0.110 0.120 0.120 7070 VIZIONE 0.120 0.005 976.5 0.120 46.15 105.0 0.350 0.235 0.280 0.275 5173 SYSCORP 0.280 0.010 6 0.275 311.1 336.0
1.680 0.890 1.440 1.410 3565 WCEHB 1.430 0.010 464 1.427 40.86 1,433.9 0.490 0.280 0.385 0.385 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.385 UNCH 40 0.385 15.71 146.9
2.467 1.486 1.980 1.910 9679 WCT 1.960 0.060 1844.1 1.927 26.63 1.52 2,769.9 1.747 1.289 1.480 1.450 8524 TALIWRK 1.450 -0.030 668.2 1.468 25.13 5.52 1,753.8
0.670 0.550 0.600 0.590 7028 ZECON 0.595 -0.005 1106.4 0.595 1.38 70.9 2.667 1.342 2.550 2.530 5140 TASCO 2.550 -0.010 203.9 2.534 16.63 1.76 510.0
0.205 0.100 0.140 0.135 2283 ZELAN 0.135 -0.005 183 0.139 114.1 14.560 12.832 14.180 14.060 5347 TENAGA 14.120 -0.040 4980.6 14.139 10.93 2.76 79,905.3
TRADING SERVICES 1.573 1.300 1.320 1.320 8702 TEXCHEM 1.320 UNCH 8 1.320 33.00 15.15 163.8
0.550 0.350 0.415 0.390 5238 AAX 0.405 0.010 53275 0.406 41.33 1,680.0 0.240 0.060 0.060 0.060 7206 THHEAVY 0.060 UNCH 420 0.060 67.3
0.270 0.135 0.170 0.160 5166 AEGB 0.170 0.010 2213.6 0.164 69.7 6.698 5.690 6.450 6.380 4863 TM 6.390 -0.060 2669.7 6.393 35.28 3.36 24,013.2
2.960 2.082 2.250 2.200 6599 AEON 2.240 UNCH 177.5 2.234 42.67 1.34 3,145.0 0.990 0.775 0.830 0.775 101 TMCLIFE 0.785 -0.040 4259.2 0.796 66.53 0.15 1,362.9
0.435 0.160 0.430 0.405 7315 AHB 0.405 -0.015 6436.5 0.418 115.71 64.8 1.870 1.470 1.750 1.730 8397 TNLOGIS 1.730 -0.010 112.2 1.736 8.70 2.89 774.2
3.468 2.086 3.280 3.220 5099 AIRASIA 3.250 -0.030 6854.3 3.252 5.37 3.69 10,861.4 1.060 0.380 0.615 0.610 7218 TOCEAN 0.610 -0.080 1.4 0.610 38.13 25.0
9.389 5.687 8.890 8.790 5014 AIRPORT 8.800 UNCH 3521.4 8.816 328.36 1.14 14,600.9 1.000 0.750 0.820 0.755 5167 TURBO 0.820 UNCH 70.2 0.769 22.59 6.10 88.6
0.370 0.110 0.140 0.130 5115 ALAM 0.130 -0.010 845.1 0.134 120.2 2.892 2.400 7137 UMS 2.700 15.38 2.22 109.9
0.270 0.070 0.080 0.075 159 AMEDIA 0.080 0.005 233.1 0.077 19.2 1.040 0.285 0.355 0.325 5243 UMWOG 0.330 -0.010 40613 0.341 713.5
8.670 7.217 7.310 7.310 6351 AMWAY 7.310 0.010 1 7.310 26.09 2.74 1,201.7 1.294 0.978 1.060 1.000 7091 UNIMECH 1.060 0.020 63.2 1.023 15.50 2.83 139.1
2.378 2.133 2.160 2.160 7083 ANALABS 2.160 UNCH 10 2.160 10.84 1.50 129.7 0.730 0.365 0.435 0.435 5754 UTUSAN 0.435 0.005 1 0.435 48.2
0.085 0.025 0.055 0.050 5194 APFT 0.055 UNCH 2060.5 0.054 30.2 1.980 1.300 1.540 1.540 7250 UZMA 1.540 0.010 91.5 1.540 18.47 492.8
0.840 0.500 0.740 0.725 5210 ARMADA 0.725 -0.015 1943.1 0.730 1.13 4,253.0 0.900 0.600 0.860 0.805 7240 VOIR 0.830 0.030 137.6 0.837 592.86 120.5
0.220 0.100 0.185 0.175 1481 ASB 0.180 -0.005 2454.1 0.180 22.78 1.39 121.6 2.157 1.663 2.000 1.990 5016 WARISAN 2.000 UNCH 0.3 1.993 2.00 134.4
2.869 2.466 2.570 2.550 6399 ASTRO 2.560 0.010 1498.7 2.560 21.53 4.49 13,336.4 0.510 0.410 7692 WIDETEC 0.500 22.83 22.4
5.093 4.450 4.500 4.450 7048 ATLAN 4.450 -0.050 16.4 4.464 22.45 5.00 1,128.7 4.511 3.610 3.700 3.660 5246 WPRTS 3.670 -0.030 695.8 3.671 20.62 3.81 12,514.7
1.180 0.715 1.150 1.120 7579 AWC 1.120 UNCH 437.8 1.127 13.16 1.34 298.9 1.448 0.803 1.210 1.200 5267 XINHWA 1.210 UNCH 72 1.203 25.47 0.83 261.4
5.898 4.085 4.690 4.630 6888 AXIATA 4.680 0.030 2895.7 4.669 110.3 1.71 42,111.2 0.075 0.020 0.040 0.040 7122 YFG 0.040 -0.005 10 0.040 24.4
0.665 0.230 0.575 0.555 5021 AYS 0.560 0.005 5806.2 0.563 7.65 4.46 213.0 3.679 2.720 3.620 3.520 7293 YINSON 3.620 0.080 514 3.593 16.85 0.55 3,955.9
0.740 0.570 0.640 0.610 7251 BARAKAH 0.630 0.005 422.2 0.629 60.00 520.1 1.715 1.430 1.450 1.430 4677 YTL 1.430 -0.010 6850.4 1.436 17.90 6.64 15,602.1
2.293 1.843 1.970 1.930 5248 BAUTO 1.960 0.030 304.5 1.951 18.88 5.94 2,262.5 FINANCE
0.495 0.365 0.410 0.385 7241 BHS 0.390 -0.010 1409.5 0.394 178.8 13.300 8.453 13.200 13.120 5139 AEONCR 13.140 -0.040 104.8 13.133 65.37 3.20 2,838.2
0.280 0.170 0.205 0.200 6998 BINTAI 0.205 0.005 224.1 0.200 59.4 2.949 2.018 2.660 2.640 5185 AFFIN 2.640 0.010 136.9 2.648 9.02 2.84 5,129.4
6.681 5.863 6.050 6.050 5032 BIPORT 6.050 0.050 1 6.050 17.36 3.97 2,783.0 4.400 3.446 3.960 3.850 2488 AFG 3.850 -0.030 1618.8 3.892 11.46 4.16 5,960.2
2.460 1.420 2.400 2.390 5275 BISON 2.390 0.020 50 2.391 37.52 0.84 741.1 13.980 9.492 13.940 13.740 1163 ALLIANZ 13.900 0.080 42.8 13.820 7.79 0.65 2,425.1
0.410 0.306 0.340 0.335 3395 BJCORP 0.335 UNCH 4421.6 0.337 12.55 1,649.4 13.920 9.511 13.920 13.920 1163PA ALLIANZ-PA 13.920 0.460 1.4 13.920 0.78 1,209.4
1.956 1.208 1.450 1.430 5196 BJFOOD 1.450 UNCH 196.2 1.447 48.17 551.0 5.700 3.855 5.100 5.010 1015 AMBANK 5.010 -0.090 1334.3 5.038 11.37 3.51 15,101.1
0.700 0.435 0.445 0.435 4219 BJLAND 0.435 -0.005 87.5 0.440 7.87 2,175.1 1.934 1.263 1.690 1.670 5088 APEX 1.690 0.030 3 1.672 25.38 2.96 360.9
0.470 0.205 0.305 0.305 6025 BJMEDIA 0.305 UNCH 0.3 0.305 71.7 4.610 3.782 4.410 4.350 5258 BIMB 4.410 0.060 155.2 4.381 12.25 2.95 7,222.4
3.258 2.300 2.330 2.300 1562 BJTOTO 2.320 UNCH 2836.1 2.313 12.95 6.03 3,134.4 11.140 8.057 10.140 9.970 1818 BURSA 10.000 -0.120 949 10.011 26.77 3.40 5,375.0
0.135 0.092 0.110 0.105 7036 BORNOIL 0.110 0.005 12021.3 0.105 11.96 500.0 6.870 3.949 6.500 6.350 1023 CIMB 6.420 0.090 12895.6 6.431 14.34 3.12 58,114.5
0.945 0.515 0.540 0.520 9474 BRAHIMS 0.520 UNCH 351.5 0.531 122.9 0.705 0.320 0.550 0.530 2143 ECM 0.540 0.005 72.5 0.538 22.98 154.8
2.789 2.510 2.680 2.620 2771 BSTEAD 2.680 UNCH 107.9 2.662 14.30 5.60 5,432.3 1.270 1.111 1.240 1.230 5228 ELKDESA 1.240 UNCH 69.3 1.237 11.57 5.44 304.1
0.395 0.280 0.290 0.290 5257 CARIMIN 0.290 0.005 76 0.290 67.8 16.300 12.501 15.800 15.580 5819 HLBANK 15.700 -0.100 1262.6 15.719 14.47 2.61 34,033.2
1.990 1.300 1.680 1.670 5245 CARING 1.670 -0.020 20 1.678 31.57 0.90 363.6 10.100 7.327 5274 HLCAP 9.980 31.65 1.20 2,464.0
3.545 2.130 2.380 2.380 2925 CCB 2.380 UNCH 17.8 2.380 8.02 2.10 239.8 17.735 13.892 17.100 17.000 1082 HLFG 17.000 0.020 106.8 17.011 11.85 2.24 19,507.8
1.440 0.821 1.320 1.270 7117 CENTURY 1.280 -0.010 793.1 1.295 23.93 2.73 502.6 2.620 2.373 6688 HWANG 2.610 20.03 1.15 666.0
0.470 0.401 7209 CHEETAH 0.415 1.81 53.0 1.140 0.627 1.070 1.040 3379 INSAS 1.040 -0.010 4388.6 1.053 3.78 0.96 721.1
1.490 0.802 1.370 1.320 5273 CHINHIN 1.360 0.040 2843.6 1.350 15.70 2.57 688.0 0.970 0.882 0.955 0.955 3379PA INSAS-PA 0.955 -0.010 1 0.955 6.28 126.6
0.675 0.378 0.600 0.590 7016 CHUAN 0.590 -0.010 96.4 0.596 8.12 3.05 99.5 0.395 0.115 0.330 0.305 3441 JOHAN 0.315 0.010 23968.7 0.317 196.2
0.100 0.065 0.075 0.070 5104 CNI 0.075 UNCH 200.2 0.070 4.00 54.0 0.690 0.415 0.570 0.545 6483 KENANGA 0.550 UNCH 72.4 0.549 34.59 4.09 397.4
1.240 0.650 0.880 0.870 5136 COMPLET 0.875 0.005 64.9 0.874 11.22 108.3 19.600 15.237 18.420 18.380 8621 LPI 18.400 UNCH 84.8 18.404 20.51 4.46 6,108.5
0.045 0.025 0.030 0.025 5037 COMPUGT 0.030 UNCH 1671.6 0.030 64.0 0.917 0.814 0.850 0.845 1198 MAA 0.845 UNCH 60 0.846 10.65 231.1
2.820 1.907 2.610 2.580 5184 CYPARK 2.600 UNCH 36.8 2.588 13.33 2.00 677.5 3.150 2.625 1058 MANULFE 3.150 12.51 3.33 637.5
0.880 0.298 0.640 0.630 5276 DANCO 0.630 -0.005 256.6 0.635 13.49 2.38 187.7 9.670 7.250 9.640 9.600 1155 MAYBANK 9.640 0.040 27586.1 9.630 13.83 5.39 101,725
0.105 0.050 0.075 0.075 91 DAYA 0.075 UNCH 160 0.075 143.2 1.380 0.669 1.290 1.260 1171 MBSB 1.270 -0.010 2749.2 1.277 21.42 2.36 7,524.0
1.290 0.730 1.020 0.990 5141 DAYANG 1.020 0.020 756.4 1.005 23.29 984.1 2.840 1.601 2.690 2.670 6459 MNRB 2.680 0.030 8.1 2.676 10.89 856.5
1.126 0.796 0.865 0.850 5132 DELEUM 0.855 -0.005 211.1 0.856 15.63 4.09 342.2 1.830 1.160 1.550 1.540 5237 MPHBCAP 1.540 UNCH 88.5 1.546 17.04 1,101.1
0.895 0.580 0.695 0.685 7212 DESTINI 0.685 -0.005 258 0.689 20.51 791.3 1.330 1.204 1.300 1.300 6009 P&O 1.300 UNCH 23.5 1.300 20.28 7.46 319.7
1.970 1.426 1.950 1.910 7277 DIALOG 1.950 0.040 19497.3 1.927 30.09 1.23 10,931.5 20.660 18.704 20.500 20.340 1295 PBBANK 20.360 UNCH 3885.1 20.35 15.05 2.85 79,040.3
6.537 4.214 5.070 5.000 5908 DKSH 5.000 -0.070 5 5.003 16.01 1.90 788.3 1.920 0.681 1.700 1.680 9296 RCECAP 1.700 0.010 101.8 1.687 7.12 2.06 602.8
0.690 0.191 0.605 0.590 4456 DNEX 0.590 -0.005 15419.2 0.598 4.11 0.85 1,033.1 5.550 4.473 5.080 5.040 1066 RHBBANK 5.070 0.030 419.8 5.059 12.52 2.37 20,330.9
1.591 1.092 1.200 1.190 5216 DSONIC 1.190 -0.010 427.2 1.196 25.65 3.36 1,606.5 0.708 0.422 0.615 0.600 4898 TA 0.610 0.010 574.4 0.608 3.78 2.79 1,044.3
0.295 0.175 0.190 0.185 2097 EASTLND 0.190 0.005 488.7 0.190 46.7 4.250 3.800 4.050 4.030 6139 TAKAFUL 4.040 -0.010 31.6 4.041 17.79 3.88 3,325.5
1.010 0.385 0.420 0.385 5259 EATECH 0.415 0.030 1134.5 0.411 5.42 209.2 1.648 1.120 1.140 1.120 5230 TUNEPRO 1.120 -0.010 2499.4 1.130 12.15 4.64 842.0
0.370 0.200 0.220 0.220 5036 EDARAN 0.220 UNCH 45 0.220 13.2 PROPERTIES
0.290 0.165 0.200 0.195 7471 EDEN 0.195 UNCH 573.2 0.195 60.7 0.888 0.740 0.785 0.780 1007 AMPROP 0.780 -0.005 30.3 0.782 34.82 3.85 473.8
3.589 2.280 2.690 2.600 1368 EDGENTA 2.650 -0.020 54.8 2.633 25.38 2.64 2,203.8 1.850 0.990 1.560 1.520 5959 A&M 1.530 -0.050 251.3 1.532 33.55 558.5
0.590 0.220 0.380 0.360 64 EFFICEN 0.360 -0.005 5001.1 0.370 255.3 0.448 0.345 0.380 0.380 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.380 UNCH 9.3 0.380 5.26 110.5
1.000 0.759 5081 EIG 0.900 15.79 2.50 213.5 0.230 0.145 0.165 0.160 4057 ASIAPAC 0.160 UNCH 457 0.160 17.39 160.1

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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)
0.550 0.415 0.450 0.450 6602 BCB 0.450 UNCH 94.6 0.450 9.15 185.6 1.750 0.621 1.670 1.620 8 WILLOW 1.640 0.020 410.6 1.651 19.32 1.22 406.7
0.665 0.440 0.505 0.490 9814 BERTAM 0.495 -0.010 269 0.495 2.06 102.3 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
1.400 0.710 1.200 1.190 3239 BJASSET 1.200 UNCH 28.5 1.191 1,426.4 5.139 4.630 4.800 4.760 6947 DIGI 4.790 0.020 4428.6 4.780 24.09 4.11 37,242.3
1.500 1.030 1.310 1.250 5738 CHHB 1.310 -0.010 5 1.271 361.2 6.150 5.366 5.900 5.900 6645 LITRAK 5.900 UNCH 26 5.900 14.01 4.24 3,107.5
1.740 1.430 1.690 1.630 6718 CRESNDO 1.690 0.040 4.1 1.632 6.92 2.96 474.0 0.555 0.330 0.465 0.455 5078 M&G 0.460 0.010 2181.7 0.458 10.87 322.7
1.700 1.229 1.620 1.620 5049 CVIEW 1.620 UNCH 5 1.620 5.99 9.26 162.0 1.270 0.850 0.870 0.850 6807 PUNCAK 0.850 -0.010 388.1 0.861 381.9
2.390 2.073 2.310 2.300 5355 DAIMAN 2.300 UNCH 30 2.301 17.64 2.17 488.0 9.890 6.980 9.690 9.530 5031 TIMECOM 9.560 -0.010 467.5 9.596 13.05 2.08 5,528.5
1.040 0.500 0.600 0.575 3484 DBHD 0.575 -0.025 229.4 0.589 177.9 1.539 1.304 1.420 1.410 6742 YTLPOWR 1.410 -0.010 4507.3 1.411 12.53 7.09 11,481.7
2.130 1.400 1.680 1.670 3417 E&O 1.680 0.010 431.1 1.677 24.14 1.19 2,226.5 CLOSED-END FUNDS
0.325 0.250 0.310 0.290 3557 ECOFIRS 0.305 0.010 1956.8 0.301 28.77 245.0 2.690 2.260 2.620 2.550 5108 ICAP 2.600 0.020 8 2.569 5200 364.0
1.720 1.260 1.640 1.600 8206 ECOWLD 1.620 0.010 2199.3 1.624 19.22 4,769.9 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
0.920 0.570 0.710 0.690 6076 ENCORP 0.710 UNCH 36.1 0.696 5.43 197.8 1.126 1.070 0800EA ABFMY1 1.123 5.06 1,482.8
3.180 1.850 3.150 2.950 8613 ENRA 3.100 -0.080 109.5 3.102 29.87 0.97 422.2 1.960 1.680 1.910 1.890 0822EA CIMBA40 1.910 0.010 7 1.903 3.87 2.6
1.240 0.720 1.160 1.150 6815 EUPE 1.160 0.020 388.7 1.154 148.5 1.525 1.180 1.520 1.510 0823EA CIMBC50 1.510 UNCH 21 1.520 14.7
1.360 1.000 1.090 1.070 5283 EWINT 1.090 -0.010 2247.4 1.080 2,616.0 1.865 1.700 1.830 1.830 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.830 -0.010 4 1.830 1.80 3.1
0.617 0.468 0.520 0.520 6041 FARLIM 0.520 UNCH 2.6 0.520 5.94 3.85 73.0 1.070 0.942 1.040 1.040 0826EA METFAPA 1.040 -0.005 2 1.040 19.8
0.787 0.625 0.630 0.625 5020 GLOMAC 0.625 UNCH 973.6 0.625 4.08 5.60 454.9 0.952 0.901 0.907 0.905 0825EA METFSID 0.906 -0.001 19 0.907 2.58 48.0
0.523 0.367 0.445 0.435 9962 GMUTUAL 0.440 0.005 36.3 0.439 8.30 4.55 165.3 1.115 1.045 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.095 2.04 304.3
0.470 0.290 0.390 0.380 1147 GOB 0.380 UNCH 334.8 0.383 23.46 1.32 172.8 1.095 1.000 0824EA MYETFID 1.095 1.39 55.6
1.450 1.110 1.170 1.150 1503 GUOCO 1.170 UNCH 50 1.159 3.80 1.71 819.5 REITS
0.480 0.370 7010 HOOVER 0.460 18.4 1.073 0.935 0.950 0.950 4952 AHP 0.950 UNCH 860.1 0.950 44.81 4.74 209.0
1.407 0.920 0.940 0.925 5062 HUAYANG 0.925 UNCH 472 0.933 8.44 2.16 325.6 1.659 1.415 1.520 1.520 5116 ALAQAR 1.520 -0.030 0.3 1.520 17.82 5.07 1,106.9
0.648 0.480 0.635 0.620 4251 IBHD 0.625 0.010 3493.2 0.625 9.51 3.01 629.3 1.050 0.945 1.010 1.010 5269 ALSREIT 1.010 UNCH 2.2 1.010 12.02 5.94 585.8
1.050 0.755 0.920 0.890 5084 IBRACO 0.920 0.010 115.9 0.905 20.44 3.80 456.7 0.828 0.730 0.740 0.740 5120 AMFIRST 0.740 -0.005 17.2 0.740 22.84 5.49 507.9
2.990 2.359 2.830 2.810 1597 IGB 2.830 0.010 74.2 2.826 10.45 3.53 3,862.4 0.980 0.858 0.955 0.950 5127 ARREIT 0.950 0.005 166.2 0.950 13.81 6.06 544.6
2.379 1.850 2.200 2.160 5249 IOIPG 2.200 0.020 1166.5 2.184 10.65 3.38 12,113.5 1.190 0.995 1.170 1.170 5130 ATRIUM 1.170 UNCH 30 1.170 25.05 5.51 142.5
0.620 0.390 0.405 0.400 5175 IVORY 0.405 -0.005 241.2 0.404 20.45 198.5 1.726 1.525 1.630 1.620 5106 AXREIT 1.620 -0.010 1001 1.630 14.94 5.15 1,790.4
3.290 0.785 1.730 1.450 1589 IWCITY 1.460 -0.080 110700 1.592 1,222.6 1.720 1.470 1.560 1.550 5180 CMMT 1.550 UNCH 1817.4 1.550 18.83 5.44 3,153.7
0.176 0.105 0.110 0.105 6769 JKGLAND 0.110 UNCH 6872.5 0.106 16.18 2.09 250.2 1.617 1.330 1.350 1.330 5121 HEKTAR 1.340 UNCH 149.1 1.340 12.76 7.61 536.8
0.085 0.040 0.065 0.060 3115 KBUNAI 0.065 0.005 544 0.065 19.70 375.5 1.790 1.448 1.730 1.710 5227 IGBREIT 1.720 UNCH 520.5 1.719 21.39 5.06 6,025.9
0.974 0.798 7323 KEN 0.900 5.46 2.78 172.5 1.029 0.900 0.930 0.930 5280 KIPREIT 0.930 UNCH 105 0.930 22.04 469.9
1.330 0.995 1.240 1.230 5038 KSL 1.240 UNCH 204.6 1.234 3.91 1,286.5 8.100 7.109 7.800 7.730 5235SS KLCC 7.740 -0.070 533.8 7.750 15.88 4.61 13,973.3
0.312 0.210 0.220 0.215 3174 L&G 0.220 0.005 1497.5 0.217 9.48 7.23 644.4 1.350 1.111 1.300 1.290 5123 MQREIT 1.290 -0.010 241 1.298 15.39 9.84 1,377.7
1.295 1.051 1.190 1.180 8494 LBICAP 1.190 UNCH 98 1.189 4.12 8.82 95.9 1.910 1.588 1.750 1.740 5212 PAVREIT 1.750 UNCH 635.9 1.743 17.17 4.71 5,296.0
2.078 1.479 1.980 1.960 5789 LBS 1.980 UNCH 594.6 1.973 12.88 2.02 1,337.7 1.780 1.549 1.700 1.690 5176 SUNREIT 1.700 0.010 212.7 1.698 15.23 5.32 5,006.6
0.460 0.235 0.435 0.420 3573 LIENHOE 0.420 -0.010 712.3 0.426 151.9 1.220 1.132 5111 TWRREIT 1.210 16.81 5.73 339.4
1.690 0.897 1.510 1.490 7617 MAGNA 1.500 0.040 132 1.499 2.03 4.00 502.1 1.850 1.571 5110 UOAREIT 1.750 15.63 5.99 740.0
1.700 1.340 1.560 1.540 8583 MAHSING 1.540 -0.010 368.5 1.549 11.60 4.22 3,710.5 1.230 0.990 1.200 1.180 5109 YTLREIT 1.200 0.020 880.4 1.196 6.44 2,045.3
1.940 0.551 1.290 1.210 6181 MALTON 1.250 0.030 11994.8 1.256 15.78 2.00 659.7 SPAC
2.828 2.280 2.740 2.720 5236 MATRIX 2.740 0.020 644.9 2.726 8.41 5.02 1,594.7 0.720 0.670 5234 CLIQ 0.720 454.3
1.880 1.000 1.580 1.540 7189 MBWORLD 1.580 0.040 27 1.548 7.85 151.1 0.480 0.455 5241 SONA 0.475 670.1
1.200 0.750 0.975 0.945 5182 MCT 0.975 -0.010 19.8 0.959 22.31 1,301.4
0.525 0.415 0.450 0.435 5040 MEDAINC 0.445 0.005 127.3 0.440 219.2
1.070 0.680 0.910 0.900 1694 MENANG 0.900 -0.015 147.2 0.904 7.51 240.4
0.605 0.250 0.510 0.480 8141 MJPERAK 0.490 0.020 3985.8 0.492 116.67 4.37 126.0
2.614 2.310 2.330 2.320 6114 MKH 2.330 0.020 59.3 2.324 5.68 2.91 1,306.4
0.360 0.270
0.220 0.085
1.800 1.140
0.280
0.145
1.440
0.275
0.135
1.370
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6548
1651
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0.280
0.140
1.390
0.005
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1.080 0.610 0.720 0.640 9539 MUH 0.640 -0.010 2.7 0.643 36.1 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
0.365 0.230 0.295 0.285 3913 MUIPROP 0.295 UNCH 42.5 0.290 21.38 225.4 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
2.030 1.230 1.310 1.260 5073 NAIM 1.260 UNCH 57.8 1.269 315.0 CONSUMER PRODUCTS
3.216 2.400 2.410 2.400 5827 OIB 2.400 -0.050 1.4 2.403 11.50 3.33 347.7 0.292 0.195 0.245 0.235 179 BIOHLDG 0.240 0.005 3170.9 0.240 20.51 193.5
1.710 1.346 1.580 1.570 5053 OSK 1.580 UNCH 175.9 1.572 9.44 4.75 2,216.6 0.315 0.200 0.225 0.220 170 KANGER 0.225 Unch 689.1 0.223 26.16 179.7
1.850 1.251 1.850 1.840 1724 PARAMON 1.840 0.010 12.3 1.841 10.55 4.62 780.7 0.450 0.200 0.370 0.350 148 SUNZEN 0.365 0.005 1664.8 0.361 130.36 175.9
0.695 0.405 0.610 0.600 6912 PASDEC 0.610 0.010 180 0.604 174.4 0.045 0.025 0.040 0.040 95 XINGHE 0.040 -0.005 3220.6 0.040 3.81 93.9
1.820 1.540 5075 PLENITU 1.720 14.14 2.62 656.2 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
0.365 0.225 0.320 0.320 2208 PTGTIN 0.320 UNCH 17.5 0.320 110.8 0.245 0.137 0.200 0.195 105 ASIAPLY 0.195 Unch 289.4 0.195 21.43 2.56 65.0
1.270 0.900 1.080 1.080 4596 SAPRES 1.080 UNCH 33 1.080 1.44 2.78 150.8 0.095 0.030 0.040 0.040 72 AT 0.040 Unch 3103.9 0.040 38.1
0.820 0.665 0.690 0.690 5207 SBCCORP 0.690 UNCH 97 0.690 0.67 162.0 0.445 0.245 0.430 0.415 163 CAREPLS 0.415 Unch 6136.8 0.420 74.11 0.72 200.6
1.160 0.785 1.140 1.120 2224 SDRED 1.130 0.020 516 1.135 8.09 2.21 481.5 0.330 0.080 0.285 0.280 102 CONNECT 0.285 Unch 464.4 0.280 114.00 90.9
0.580 0.370 0.535 0.515 4286 SEAL 0.520 UNCH 686.3 0.524 38.52 126.3 0.618 0.390 0.400 0.390 100 ESCERAM 0.395 Unch 332.9 0.393 10.05 1.52 81.2
2.962 2.761 2.850 2.850 6017 SHL 2.850 -0.010 2 2.850 8.42 7.02 690.1 0.385 0.230 0.235 0.230 175 HHGROUP 0.235 Unch 134 0.233 335.7 72.5
0.305 0.130 0.235 0.230 4375 SMI 0.230 -0.005 194 0.232 1.70 48.3 0.145 0.065 0.125 0.120 160 HHHCORP 0.125 0.005 3060.4 0.125 25.51 41.7
1.000 0.690 0.850 0.830 5213 SNTORIA 0.850 0.005 10.9 0.849 12.41 2.35 424.2 0.535 0.155 0.535 0.505 162 IJACOBS 0.515 0.005 8929.2 0.519 38.43 69.9
5.190 4.211 4.950 4.930 1783 SPB 4.950 0.030 47 4.940 11.12 2.42 1,700.9 0.165 0.085 0.140 0.135 24 JAG 0.140 0.005 5359.4 0.140 25.45 177.2
4.311 2.739 3.260 3.210 8664 SPSETIA 3.250 -0.010 1261.4 3.239 4.74 6.15 9,303.7 0.245 0.125 0.245 0.230 25 LNGRES 0.235 Unch 5971.4 0.238 25.27 56.9
1.590 0.815 1.510 1.480 3743 SUNSURIA 1.500 0.010 239.1 1.494 21.25 1,198.3 0.150 0.040 0.055 0.055 70 MQTECH 0.055 Unch 1515 0.055 22.8
4.190 2.756 4.190 4.080 5211 SUNWAY 4.180 0.090 6574.2 4.152 14.44 2.13 8,703.1 0.860 0.326 0.790 0.765 49 OCNCASH 0.765 -0.010 3404.3 0.777 15.45 0.92 170.6
1.070 0.625 0.960 0.960 1538 SYMLIFE 0.960 -0.010 9.6 0.960 8.55 2.08 297.6 0.610 0.130 0.430 0.375 38 PTB 0.395 0.005 5393.2 0.407 89.77 59.4
0.395 0.215 0.315 0.300 5158 TAGB 0.315 0.010 1782.2 0.311 7.57 1.27 1,676.3 0.190 0.060 0.070 0.065 133 SANICHI 0.065 Unch 1912.6 0.065 55.8
7.168 5.976 7.100 7.080 2305 TAHPS 7.100 0.020 8.7 7.098 27.56 0.70 531.5 0.060 0.025 0.035 0.030 109 SCBUILD 0.030 -0.005 533.2 0.031 26.5
0.060 0.035 0.045 0.040 2259 TALAMT 0.040 UNCH 75 0.042 168.8 0.220 0.110 0.200 0.190 1 SCOMNET 0.190 -0.010 3527.7 0.194 15.20 2.11 46.2
1.547 1.331 1.460 1.450 5191 TAMBUN 1.450 -0.010 857.4 1.456 5.49 6.90 628.1 0.289 0.117 0.255 0.240 28 SCOPE 0.240 -0.015 946.4 0.246 29.27 2.08 134.5
0.140 0.055 0.105 0.100 2429 TANCO 0.105 UNCH 100 0.104 69.5 0.290 0.115 0.205 0.185 55 SERSOL 0.195 0.010 5743.9 0.196 42.0
0.315 0.170 0.255 0.235 7889 THRIVEN 0.240 UNCH 100.5 0.242 90.4 0.955 0.178 0.950 0.930 84 TECFAST 0.930 -0.010 2794.8 0.937 42.08 0.54 159.1
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 7079 TIGER 0.060 UNCH 4230 0.059 88.3 TECHNOLOGY
1.930 1.440 1.580 1.570 5239 TITIJYA 1.580 0.010 93.9 1.576 8.18 0.32 647.8 0.995 0.160 0.940 0.920 18 ACCSOFT 0.930 Unch 122.4 0.937 774.3
1.044 0.937 0.960 0.950 5401 TROP 0.950 UNCH 118.8 0.951 10.64 2.60 1,392.5 0.640 0.160 0.640 0.600 181 AEMULUS 0.615 0.005 13660.6 0.621 161.84 269.9
1.360 0.995 1.240 1.220 5148 UEMS 1.220 -0.010 1648.8 1.231 28.71 1.31 5,535.7 0.455 0.115 0.390 0.375 119 APPASIA 0.375 -0.010 1062.1 0.384 109.8
2.620 2.096 2.590 2.560 5200 UOADEV 2.570 -0.030 154.3 2.579 6.53 5.84 4,457.0 0.450 0.150 0.195 0.195 68 ASDION 0.195 -0.005 9 0.195 22.7
1.810 0.935 1.800 1.800 2976 WINGTM 1.800 UNCH 225 1.800 58.44 1.67 877.2 1.190 0.730 0.825 0.800 98 BAHVEST 0.820 0.020 332.1 0.817 492.0
1.279 0.846 7003 Y&G 0.955 11.40 190.4 0.770 0.620 0.725 0.680 191 CABNET 0.705 0.040 7054.8 0.703 11.56 91.7
1.840 1.420 1.460 1.420 3158 YNHPROP 1.420 -0.050 1462.7 1.442 18.44 751.2 0.065 0.030 0.050 0.045 152 DGB 0.050 Unch 190.2 0.045 500.0 26.9
1.610 1.040 1.450 1.430 7066 YONGTAI 1.440 UNCH 958 1.443 22.33 627.4 0.075 0.020 0.035 0.035 131 DGSB 0.035 Unch 359 0.035 50.00 47.5
0.670 0.550 0.590 0.590 2577 YTLLAND 0.590 UNCH 10 0.590 14.53 498.2 0.120 0.050 0.095 0.090 154 EAH 0.095 0.005 9104.3 0.090 39.58 141.6
MINING 0.280 0.150 0.155 0.150 107 EDUSPEC 0.155 Unch 2100.9 0.155 27.19 142.7
1.290 1.150 1.210 1.210 2186 KUCHAI 1.210 UNCH 42.3 1.210 0.70 149.7 0.295 0.050 0.285 0.260 116 FOCUS 0.285 0.020 1583.8 0.277 221.5
PLANTATIONS 1.160 0.815 0.950 0.930 104 GENETEC 0.950 0.020 16.3 0.931 33.7
0.285 0.195 0.230 0.195 7054 AASIA 0.210 UNCH 337.6 0.203 210.00 138.6 0.759 0.431 0.615 0.585 39 GFM 0.600 0.010 1824.2 0.605 24.49 2.42 256.9
19.575 17.198 1899 BKAWAN 19.180 11.04 2.87 8,361.5 0.090 0.030 0.075 0.075 45 GNB 0.075 Unch 20 0.075 21.7
8.639 8.380 5069 BLDPLNT 8.450 41.24 0.47 790.1 0.185 0.070 0.185 0.175 74 GOCEAN 0.180 0.015 12554 0.178 300.00 47.4
1.697 1.320 1.650 1.640 5254 BPLANT 1.650 0.010 196 1.643 11.53 8.48 2,640.0 0.100 0.040 0.060 0.055 174 IDMENSN 0.055 -0.005 778.3 0.060 110.00 27.2
0.953 0.619 0.815 0.810 8982 CEPAT 0.815 0.005 110.5 0.812 9.07 1.84 259.5 0.592 0.227 0.390 0.380 23 IFCAMSC 0.385 0.005 2429.8 0.384 32.08 1.30 234.2
8.350 7.253 8.000 7.990 1929 CHINTEK 8.000 0.140 1 7.998 41.17 2.13 730.9 0.100 0.065 0.065 0.065 94 INIX 0.065 Unch 71 0.065 24.07 16.5
0.545 0.385 0.440 0.435 3948 DUTALND 0.440 UNCH 176.6 0.438 372.3 0.240 0.100 0.175 0.165 10 IRIS 0.170 0.005 9242.7 0.170 420.2
9.100 7.205 8.700 8.700 5029 FAREAST 8.700 -0.250 2.2 8.700 9.00 3.45 1,230.1 2.150 0.450 2.080 2.030 146 JFTECH 2.060 -0.020 111.4 2.047 61.31 0.49 259.6
2.506 1.412 1.690 1.620 5222 FGV 1.680 0.060 17297.2 1.668 59.79 0.60 6,128.9 2.805 0.594 2.530 2.500 127 JHM 2.510 -0.010 195 2.511 24.42 621.1
11.679 9.986 10.880 10.780 2291 GENP 10.840 -0.020 600.9 10.836 20.38 0.92 8,708.2 0.270 0.130 0.225 0.210 111 K1 0.220 0.005 3944.4 0.220 114.2
0.675 0.500 0.600 0.600 7382 GLBHD 0.600 -0.005 62 0.600 133.7 0.115 0.025 0.040 0.035 36 KGROUP 0.035 Unch 2363.5 0.038 59.6
1.532 1.105 1.200 1.200 2135 GOPENG 1.200 UNCH 2 1.200 39.47 3.33 215.2 0.660 0.185 0.660 0.620 176 KRONO 0.635 0.010 13342.1 0.644 20.03 171.7
0.895 0.750 0.760 0.750 7501 HARNLEN 0.760 0.005 12.2 0.758 141.0 0.190 0.045 0.090 0.085 17 M3TECH 0.085 Unch 2045.4 0.085 49.9
2.650 2.291 2.620 2.620 5138 HSPLANT 2.620 0.010 9 2.620 14.79 4.20 2,096.0 0.300 0.205 0.265 0.260 75 MEXTER 0.260 Unch 325.7 0.260 52.2
3.616 2.932 3.000 3.000 2216 IJMPLNT 3.000 0.020 0.5 3.000 22.97 2.33 2,641.7 0.590 0.420 155 MGRC 0.510 115.9 52.8
0.734 0.651 0.710 0.675 2607 INCKEN 0.680 UNCH 70.2 0.692 1.65 286.1 1.680 0.870 0.920 0.895 126 MICROLN 0.920 -0.010 28 0.911 200.0 154.0
1.475 0.590 1.050 1.050 6262 INNO 1.050 UNCH 26 1.050 13.22 1.90 502.8 0.595 0.306 0.565 0.550 112 MIKROMB 0.550 -0.015 1503.6 0.556 22.27 1.44 236.8
4.810 4.120 4.500 4.460 1961 IOICORP 4.490 UNCH 2537.6 4.483 96.98 2.00 28,214.5 0.465 0.065 0.335 0.210 85 MLAB 0.210 -0.070 129221 0.272 39.2
25.137 22.442 24.740 24.640 2445 KLK 24.720 0.020 1236.1 24.693 20.58 2.02 26,388.7 0.280 0.160 0.215 0.205 34 MMAG 0.215 -0.005 1761.8 0.210 51.3
3.500 3.070 2453 KLUANG 3.200 71.59 0.31 202.2 1.630 0.503 1.630 1.510 113 MMSV 1.630 0.120 4665.8 1.592 18.98 1.23 265.7
3.940 3.062 3.880 3.880 5027 KMLOONG 3.880 -0.010 15 3.880 14.55 3.87 1,209.8 0.245 0.060 0.070 0.065 103 MNC 0.070 0.005 332.1 0.067 22.58 30.4
0.695 0.491 1996 KRETAM 0.545 31.14 1.83 1,268.6 0.310 0.145 0.245 0.235 156 MPAY 0.240 Unch 6936.8 0.240 170.5
1.750 1.160 1.480 1.430 6572 KWANTAS 1.450 -0.010 5.5 1.450 9.09 451.9 0.735 0.130 0.700 0.495 92 MTOUCHE 0.510 -0.170 1914.2 0.567 463.6 64.9
1.550 1.270 4936 MALPAC 1.320 126.92 99.0 0.874 0.625 0.745 0.730 108 N2N 0.745 Unch 25 0.737 28.44 2.68 354.9
0.963 0.767 0.860 0.850 5026 MHC 0.850 UNCH 27 0.857 11.94 1.76 167.1 0.110 0.015 0.045 0.040 20 NETX 0.040 Unch 5273.1 0.044 50.0
2.400 2.060 5047 NPC 2.080 7.97 0.48 249.6 0.065 0.035 0.045 0.040 96 NEXGRAM 0.040 -0.005 483.3 0.041 75.3
4.239 3.735 2038 NSOP 3.990 32.31 1.50 280.1 0.115 0.070 0.090 0.080 26 NOVAMSC 0.085 Unch 5106.7 0.089 58.1
0.315 0.190 0.225 0.225 1902 PINEPAC 0.225 -0.005 2 0.225 33.7 0.685 0.555 0.595 0.580 35 OPCOM 0.595 0.010 15.5 0.584 13.37 95.9
1.380 0.920 9695 PLS 1.100 359.4 0.414 0.297 0.360 0.360 40 OPENSYS 0.360 Unch 245.9 0.360 17.73 2.78 107.2
0.550 0.430 0.455 0.445 5113 RSAWIT 0.455 UNCH 193.6 0.450 645.4 0.380 0.125 0.185 0.170 79 ORION 0.170 -0.015 7104 0.175 101.8
4.100 3.346 3.780 3.780 2542 RVIEW 3.780 UNCH 2 3.780 18.23 1.59 245.1 0.090 0.045 0.080 0.065 5 PALETTE 0.070 -0.005 3486.4 0.072 13.73 22.4
3.180 2.900 3.040 2.990 2569 SBAGAN 3.040 0.060 1.2 3.003 0.66 201.7 0.230 0.135 0.185 0.180 123 PRIVA 0.180 -0.005 1193.7 0.184 1.11 100.5
0.720 0.505 0.610 0.605 4316 SHCHAN 0.610 UNCH 11 0.608 18.21 73.2 0.175 0.055 0.140 0.135 7 PUC 0.140 Unch 3549.1 0.136 56.00 172.6
3.965 3.247 3.600 3.500 5126 SOP 3.580 0.030 101.2 3.527 10.32 1.40 2,043.4 0.945 0.482 0.890 0.870 106 REXIT 0.885 0.010 385.4 0.876 22.29 4.52 167.6
1.940 1.560 1.590 1.570 5135 SWKPLNT 1.590 0.020 8 1.585 12.30 445.2 0.375 0.218 0.310 0.300 178 SEDANIA 0.300 Unch 1787.1 0.304 3.33 60.0
0.730 0.570 0.575 0.570 2054 TDM 0.575 0.005 275.2 0.573 20.99 0.87 952.2 0.190 0.055 0.120 0.115 60 SKH 0.115 Unch 1677.5 0.115 41.07 63.8
1.207 0.998 1.120 1.120 5112 THPLANT 1.120 UNCH 20.6 1.120 5.98 5.36 989.9 0.300 0.155 0.205 0.190 117 SMRT 0.190 -0.005 341 0.196 61.6
1.977 1.660 1.700 1.660 9059 TSH 1.700 UNCH 356 1.682 61.82 1.18 2,306.6 0.110 0.025 0.060 0.055 169 SMTRACK 0.060 Unch 2355.9 0.060 20.8
6.580 5.456 6.510 6.480 2593 UMCCA 6.500 0.020 41.8 6.499 16.09 3.08 1,360.4 0.355 0.232 0.335 0.330 93 SOLUTN 0.335 0.010 2795.2 0.331 13.19 2.99 102.6
28.700 25.323 27.120 27.100 2089 UTDPLT 27.120 -0.760 1.2 27.117 16.22 1.47 5,644.6 0.360 0.080 0.225 0.215 129 SRIDGE 0.220 -0.005 741 0.220 26.6
HOTELS 0.395 0.150 0.395 0.365 50 SYSTECH 0.370 0.005 14059.6 0.380 43.53 0.81 117.4
0.628 0.483 5592 GCE 0.540 3.70 106.4 0.190 0.140 0.155 0.150 132 TDEX 0.150 -0.005 217.5 0.155 125.00 61.9
1.000 0.680 0.885 0.885 1643 LANDMRK 0.885 UNCH 20 0.885 468.1 1.300 0.189 1.270 1.240 120 VIS 1.250 -0.020 899.7 1.250 19.78 0.40 138.4
0.285 0.115 0.155 0.150 1287 PMHLDG 0.150 -0.005 6566.2 0.153 139.3 0.244 0.115 0.145 0.135 69 VIVOCOM 0.135 -0.010 22774.4 0.139 12.05 436.6
5.295 4.864 5.050 4.970 5517 SHANG 4.970 -0.050 270 5.007 27.43 2.82 2,186.8 0.145 0.065 0.100 0.100 66 VSOLAR 0.100 0.005 974.5 0.100 37.4
TECHNOLOGY 0.070 0.020 141 WINTONI 0.035 18.0
0.760 0.585 7031 AMTEL 0.630 30.29 31.0 0.275 0.080 0.240 0.200 86 YGL 0.200 -0.040 5503.7 0.217 46.5
0.420 0.180 0.345 0.330 5195 CENSOF 0.330 -0.015 1653.9 0.338 11.54 165.6 TRADING SERVICES
0.400 0.095 0.305 0.295 51 CUSCAPI 0.300 0.005 4410.3 0.299 143.8 0.400 0.150 122 AIM 0.250 66.5
0.729 0.273 0.640 0.615 7204 D&O 0.635 0.020 4194.9 0.633 42.91 633.8 0.165 0.060 0.110 0.110 48 ANCOMLB 0.110 Unch 65 0.110 52.1
0.710 0.110 0.465 0.435 8338 DATAPRP 0.435 UNCH 16756.7 0.451 183.3 0.240 0.120 0.140 0.130 150 ASIABIO 0.140 0.010 5407.5 0.135 35.90 61.8
0.235 0.150 0.175 0.170 29 DIGISTA 0.175 0.005 1009.9 0.170 11.36 104.9 0.275 0.155 0.200 0.195 187 BCMALL 0.200 0.005 3162.3 0.195 25.32 84.3
1.578 1.304 1.440 1.440 5162 ECS 1.440 UNCH 11.2 1.440 8.68 4.17 259.2 0.404 0.302 0.350 0.335 11 BTECH 0.350 0.015 95.7 0.338 20.35 4.37 88.2
1.230 0.539 1.150 1.130 65 EFORCE 1.140 0.010 120.9 1.138 85.07 1.10 471.7 0.320 0.170 157 FOCUSP 0.220 36.3
2.690 1.008 2.680 2.610 90 ELSOFT 2.610 -0.040 275.8 2.644 19.97 1.53 715.6 1.009 0.386 0.920 0.905 185 HSSEB 0.915 0.005 912.1 0.911 18.41 0.69 292.0
1.870 0.790 1.610 1.550 21 GHLSYS 1.570 -0.010 4022.5 1.577 53.58 0.32 1,035.3 0.900 0.520 0.730 0.725 147 INNITY 0.730 Unch 15 0.727 62.39 101.0
0.455 0.210 0.350 0.340 82 GPACKET 0.345 UNCH 1147.9 0.345 5.10 261.8 0.360 0.235 0.265 0.260 180 KTC 0.260 0.005 1337.8 0.263 36.62 132.7
0.260 0.175 0.240 0.225 56 GRANFLO 0.235 0.015 416.2 0.234 2.13 113.5 0.350 0.130 0.300 0.285 167 MCLEAN 0.285 -0.005 552.8 0.292 24.57 51.0
6.350 2.636 6.250 6.210 7022 GTRONIC 6.240 -0.020 598.4 6.237 65.89 0.64 1,776.4 0.445 0.275 0.290 0.290 81 MEGASUN 0.290 -0.005 11.5 0.290 12.55 63.4
0.980 0.510 0.855 0.850 5028 HTPADU 0.855 0.005 39.8 0.855 10.09 5.85 86.5 0.280 0.165 0.190 0.180 153 OVERSEA 0.190 0.010 217.8 0.186 90.48 46.8
2.490 1.980 2.490 2.420 166 INARI 2.480 0.040 8168.5 2.466 23.66 2.52 4,945.8 0.200 0.115 0.170 0.160 177 PASUKGB 0.160 -0.005 6427.3 0.163 129.9
0.435 0.075 0.230 0.215 9393 ITRONIC 0.220 UNCH 1165.4 0.225 22.6 0.380 0.230 6 PINEAPP 0.320 200.0 15.5
0.688 0.453 0.590 0.580 5161 JCY 0.580 0.005 1087.5 0.582 85.29 8.62 1,204.6 0.375 0.201 0.365 0.350 171 PLABS 0.355 0.005 3523.8 0.357 20.40 1.97 76.2
16.300 5.588 16.200 15.920 9334 KESM 16.060 -0.140 30.4 16.042 17.86 0.19 690.8 0.015 0.005 110 RA 0.005 2.63 4.8
0.160 0.060 0.160 0.140 143 KEYASIC 0.145 0.005 10380.3 0.148 129.1 0.615 0.280 0.465 0.435 32 REDTONE 0.450 0.015 913.7 0.450 340.9
13.860 7.086 13.860 13.600 3867 MPI 13.720 0.060 364.6 13.692 14.76 1.97 2,879.6 1.080 0.298 0.840 0.775 173 REV 0.780 -0.030 2145.4 0.819 7.01 105.0
1.410 0.845 5011 MSNIAGA 1.400 21.15 84.6 0.726 0.477 0.625 0.615 158 SCC 0.620 -0.005 78.7 0.620 14.25 4.89 87.5
1.327 0.343 1.270 1.250 83 NOTION 1.250 UNCH 350.1 1.260 32.64 2.00 413.3 0.275 0.160 0.215 0.210 161 SCH 0.215 Unch 118 0.215 119.44 3.95 88.6
0.605 0.430 0.495 0.485 9008 OMESTI 0.490 0.005 108.8 0.488 211.0 0.230 0.100 0.160 0.155 140 STERPRO 0.155 -0.005 2179.4 0.155 43.3
0.375 0.260 0.290 0.285 41 PANPAGE 0.290 -0.005 1155.8 0.287 77.0 0.190 0.103 0.165 0.155 80 STRAITS 0.160 -0.005 2430 0.163 61.54 58.9
3.970 0.860 3.610 3.410 7160 PENTA 3.430 -0.190 3015.1 3.485 15.99 502.7 1.450 0.955 1.280 1.270 89 TEXCYCL 1.280 0.010 13.9 1.279 13.66 0.39 218.6
0.610 0.250 0.410 0.390 9075 THETA 0.400 0.010 259.4 0.400 42.9 0.230 0.100 0.220 0.195 145 TFP 0.195 -0.010 3327.6 0.208 40.0
0.215 0.075 0.115 0.110 118 TRIVE 0.115 UNCH 3983.3 0.115 52.27 153.7 0.175 0.095 0.110 0.105 165 XOX 0.105 Unch 1082.4 0.108 89.4
3.720 2.206 3.720 3.650 5005 UNISEM 3.720 0.070 1553.5 3.679 15.82 2.96 2,729.9 FINANCE
4.100 1.727 4.080 3.910 97 VITROX 3.920 -0.030 435.7 3.992 13.54 1.66 1,842.8 0.810 0.381 0.690 0.685 53 OSKVI 0.685 -0.005 85.1 0.688 4.84 2.92 135.4

* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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0.455 0.120 0.300 0.290 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.295 Unch 2517.7 1.400 1.300 13.93 20/07/2018
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.500 0.320 0.325 0.325 3611WA GBH-WA 0.325 0.005 0.8 1.340 1.000 -1.12 07/04/2020
0.330 0.100 0.250 0.210 0078CD GDEX-CD 0.210 -0.005 1429.8 0.705 0.600 7.45 31/10/2017
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.200 0.105 0.145 0.145 0078CE GDEX-CE 0.145 0.035 40 0.705 0.838 34.22 25/01/2018
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.125 0.095 0.120 0.115 0078CF GDEX-CF 0.115 -0.010 419.9 0.705 0.650 16.67 02/02/2018
0.185 0.030 0.040 0.030 5238C6 AAX-C6 0.040 0.005 163.4 0.405 0.380 3.70 16/08/2017 0.095 0.055 0.095 0.085 0078CG GDEX-CG 0.085 Unch 822 0.705 0.800 27.94 22/01/2018
0.165 0.045 0.060 0.045 5238C7 AAX-C7 0.055 0.005 1182.7 0.405 0.430 19.75 31/10/2017 0.572 0.117 0.540 0.495 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.500 0.005 7593.1 0.705 0.383 25.18 05/02/2020
0.060 0.035 0.045 0.035 5238C8 AAX-C8 0.040 0.005 1705.9 0.405 0.550 45.68 29/12/2017 0.235 0.165 0.185 0.185 471520 GENM-C20 0.185 -0.010 25 5.820 4.880 2.92 31/10/2017
0.320 0.160 0.230 0.205 5238WA AAX-WA 0.225 0.015 19076 0.405 0.460 69.14 08/06/2020 0.300 0.130 0.190 0.185 471524 GENM-C24 0.190 0.010 40 5.820 5.500 5.93 29/12/2017
0.120 0.035 0.090 0.085 7146WA AEM-WA 0.090 Unch 185.9 0.195 0.250 74.36 17/12/2019 0.325 0.160 0.210 0.210 318237 GENTINGC37 0.210 0.015 90.1 9.340 8.300 2.36 16/08/2017
0.455 0.110 0.345 0.345 5139CB AEONCR-CB 0.345 -0.005 4 13.140 11.000 1.22 16/10/2017 0.210 0.150 0.190 0.185 318238 GENTINGC38 0.185 0.010 50 9.340 7.880 4.18 31/10/2017
0.315 0.105 0.130 0.130 5185CW AFFIN-CW 0.130 0.010 20.4 2.640 2.400 0.76 31/07/2017 0.230 0.150 0.160 0.160 318239 GENTINGC39 0.160 0.010 5 9.340 8.080 3.64 31/10/2017
0.330 0.050 0.330 0.300 7315WB AHB-WB 0.300 -0.010 4438.7 0.405 0.200 23.46 28/08/2019 0.380 0.170 0.230 0.205 318241 GENTINGC41 0.205 -0.010 260 9.340 8.500 1.98 30/08/2017
0.330 0.070 0.265 0.250 509947 AIRASIAC47 0.255 Unch 1369.2 3.250 2.600 3.54 31/10/2017 0.180 0.070 0.105 0.100 318242 GENTINGC42 0.100 Unch 125 9.340 9.500 8.14 29/12/2017
0.190 0.075 0.105 0.100 509948 AIRASIAC48 0.100 -0.005 200 3.250 3.000 3.08 16/08/2017 0.180 0.055 0.090 0.080 318244 GENTINGC44 0.080 -0.005 116 9.340 10.30 14.13 31/10/2017
0.460 0.185 0.380 0.375 509949 AIRASIAC49 0.380 -0.005 232.4 3.250 2.150 1.23 31/07/2017 1.990 1.240 1.700 1.650 3182WA GENTING-WA 1.650 -0.020 1077.9 9.340 7.960 2.89 18/12/2018
0.235 0.110 0.145 0.140 509952 AIRASIAC52 0.140 -0.005 780 3.250 3.200 11.38 31/10/2017 0.230 0.070 0.150 0.145 1147WA GOB-WA 0.145 -0.005 327.9 0.380 0.800 148.68 24/12/2019
0.200 0.090 0.155 0.145 509953 AIRASIAC53 0.155 0.005 593 3.250 3.200 12.77 31/01/2018 0.085 0.025 0.070 0.060 0074WA GOCEAN-WA 0.060 Unch 2983.1 0.180 0.340 122.22 07/08/2019
0.180 0.060 0.095 0.090 509954 AIRASIAC54 0.090 -0.005 5331.6 3.250 3.600 18.25 31/10/2017 0.055 0.025 0.040 0.035 7096WA GPA-WA 0.040 Unch 500.2 0.100 0.100 40.00 03/06/2025
0.150 0.085 0.105 0.105 509955 AIRASIAC55 0.105 0.020 50 3.250 4.000 31.80 29/12/2017 0.415 0.190 0.240 0.215 2062WC HARBOUR-WC 0.240 0.020 26.9 0.690 1.560 160.87 03/04/2021
0.210 0.135 0.170 0.170 509956 AIRASIAC56 0.170 0.005 150 3.250 2.900 11.20 29/12/2017 1.320 0.830 1.280 1.250 5095WB HEVEA-WB 1.280 0.010 60.4 1.530 0.250 0.00 28/02/2020
0.165 0.120 0.155 0.155 5014CU AIRPORT-CU 0.155 0.005 0.4 8.800 9.500 15.88 22/01/2018 0.220 0.075 0.180 0.170 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.175 Unch 8751.1 0.375 0.500 80.00 23/06/2021
0.420 0.160 0.335 0.315 7609WA AJIYA-WA 0.315 -0.005 2301.3 0.795 0.920 55.35 28/08/2021 0.530 0.265 0.360 0.360 5169WA HOHUP-WA 0.360 Unch 10 0.795 0.600 20.75 21/12/2018
0.440 0.180 0.180 0.180 1015CY AMBANK-CY 0.180 -0.010 50 5.010 5.000 8.78 31/10/2017 0.230 0.115 0.165 0.165 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.165 -0.005 1150.2 0.320 0.180 7.81 05/06/2018
0.045 0.005 0.010 0.010 0159WA AMEDIA-WA 0.010 Unch 330 0.080 1.100 1,287 02/01/2018 0.050 0.010 0.015 0.015 7013WA HUBLINE-WA 0.015 0.005 73 0.060 3.200 5,258 04/11/2019
0.315 0.140 0.170 0.170 6556CC ANNJOO-CC 0.170 -0.005 130 3.060 2.800 10.95 31/10/2017 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.025 9601WD HWGB-WD 0.025 Unch 450 0.050 0.080 110.0 15/03/2021
0.270 0.135 0.145 0.135 6556CD ANNJOO-CD 0.140 -0.005 2086 3.060 3.000 14.05 08/12/2017 0.215 0.070 0.215 0.190 0166C1 INARI-C1 0.200 0.005 1727.8 2.480 2.100 0.81 29/09/2017
0.275 0.040 0.055 0.055 9342WA ANZO-WA 0.055 -0.005 40 0.120 0.250 154.17 19/11/2019 0.215 0.075 0.215 0.205 0166C2 INARI-C2 0.205 0.005 640 2.480 2.150 3.23 08/12/2017
0.265 0.045 0.065 0.060 9342WB ANZO-WB 0.065 0.005 76.1 0.120 0.250 162.50 25/08/2023 0.435 0.165 0.435 0.415 0166CZ INARI-CZ 0.435 0.015 28.7 2.480 1.800 -1.11 29/12/2017
0.335 0.085 0.280 0.270 0119WA APPASIA-WA 0.270 Unch 1161.5 0.375 0.130 6.67 23/12/2024 2.250 1.351 2.250 2.250 0166WA INARI-WA 2.250 0.050 2.5 2.480 0.132 -3.95 04/06/2018
0.110 0.030 0.030 0.030 521023 ARMADA-C23 0.030 -0.015 50 0.725 0.700 2.76 31/07/2017 1.660 1.300 1.660 1.600 0166WB INARI-WB 1.660 0.030 766 2.480 0.800 -0.81 17/02/2020
0.110 0.045 0.065 0.065 0150WA ASIABIO-WA 0.065 Unch 399.2 0.140 0.300 160.71 19/04/2024 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.025 0094WA INIX-WA 0.025 Unch 240 0.065 0.100 92.31 16/11/2020
0.155 0.055 0.115 0.100 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.105 Unch 83.2 0.195 0.100 5.13 13/12/2020 0.545 0.160 0.490 0.465 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.475 0.005 7158.9 1.040 1.000 41.83 25/02/2020
0.090 0.045 0.050 0.050 6399C3 ASTRO-C3 0.050 0.005 230 2.560 2.900 17.19 22/12/2017 0.180 0.065 0.070 0.070 196113 IOICORP-C13 0.070 -0.005 2100 4.490 4.400 2.67 31/10/2017
0.765 0.095 0.320 0.295 7099WB ATTA-WB 0.305 Unch 1862.3 1.100 1.000 18.64 09/05/2022 0.070 0.020 0.040 0.035 7183WA IRETEX-WA 0.040 Unch 200 0.180 0.800 366.67 10/06/2019
0.810 0.300 0.330 0.330 7099WC ATTA-WC 0.330 0.005 4 1.100 1.000 20.91 18/11/2024 0.070 0.020 0.060 0.050 0024WA JAG-WA 0.055 Unch 9097.1 0.140 0.100 10.71 14/08/2019
0.040 0.020 0.030 0.025 0072WB AT-WB 0.030 Unch 2790.4 0.040 0.030 50.00 17/10/2019 0.120 0.040 0.045 0.040 5161C2 JCY-C2 0.045 Unch 580.1 0.580 0.635 17.24 16/10/2017
0.290 0.080 0.090 0.090 688816 AXIATA-C16 0.090 Unch 70 4.680 4.500 1.92 18/08/2017 0.170 0.045 0.085 0.075 9083WB JETSON-WB 0.085 0.005 785.4 0.280 0.750 198.21 06/02/2019
0.100 0.045 0.050 0.050 688820 AXIATA-C20 0.050 0.005 5.7 4.680 5.200 15.38 28/02/2018 0.830 0.205 0.650 0.645 7167WA JOHOTIN-WA 0.650 Unch 183.1 1.520 0.850 -1.32 21/11/2017
0.730 0.210 0.635 0.590 7078WA AZRB-WA 0.610 Unch 447.8 1.160 0.700 12.93 13/05/2024 0.090 0.015 0.025 0.025 4383CN JTIASA-CN 0.025 Unch 200 1.150 1.350 20.65 16/10/2017
0.070 0.055 0.060 0.060 5248CS BAUTO-CS 0.060 0.005 22.5 1.960 2.100 13.27 08/01/2018 0.150 0.060 0.080 0.070 4383CO JTIASA-CO 0.075 0.005 405.2 1.150 1.200 17.39 08/01/2018
0.170 0.100 0.125 0.110 7241WA BHS-WA 0.110 -0.015 999 0.390 0.600 82.05 18/10/2020 0.230 0.110 0.150 0.150 0170WA KANGER-WA 0.150 -0.010 81 0.225 0.100 11.11 13/04/2020
0.450 0.260 0.360 0.350 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.350 -0.005 272.5 4.410 4.720 14.97 04/12/2023 0.105 0.040 0.100 0.040 5247C1 KAREX-C1 0.100 0.055 867.8 1.570 1.950 43.31 28/12/2017
0.155 0.070 0.105 0.100 6998WA BINTAI-WA 0.105 0.005 32 0.205 0.200 48.78 15/06/2020 0.200 0.025 0.040 0.030 5247CZ KAREX-CZ 0.040 Unch 50.2 1.570 2.200 45.22 31/01/2018
0.230 0.095 0.150 0.140 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.145 0.005 3219.4 0.240 0.220 52.08 05/01/2022 0.035 0.010 0.020 0.020 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.020 Unch 20 0.065 0.131 132.31 20/10/2023
0.160 0.060 0.090 0.090 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.090 Unch 9 0.335 1.000 225.37 22/04/2022 0.390 0.070 0.390 0.380 7161CA KERJAYA-CA 0.380 -0.010 1271 3.520 2.600 0.85 29/09/2017
0.175 0.050 0.110 0.110 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.110 -0.005 365 0.335 1.000 231.34 29/05/2026 0.115 0.070 0.110 0.110 7161CB KERJAYA-CB 0.110 Unch 100 3.520 3.350 9.23 30/11/2017
1.160 0.650 0.670 0.670 5196WA BJFOOD-WA 0.670 Unch 2 1.450 0.700 -5.52 08/08/2017 0.235 0.135 0.235 0.235 7161CC KERJAYA-CC 0.235 0.005 100 3.520 3.100 4.76 08/12/2017
0.370 0.035 0.360 0.320 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.345 0.005 10718.2 0.530 0.200 2.83 07/07/2023 2.600 1.090 2.600 2.600 7161WA KERJAYA-WA 2.600 Unch 30 3.520 0.880 -1.14 20/12/2017
0.088 0.045 0.050 0.050 7036WB BORNOIL-WB 0.050 Unch 650 0.110 0.060 0.00 28/02/2018 0.490 0.060 0.435 0.390 0151WA KGB-WA 0.435 0.045 1586 0.700 0.500 33.57 12/06/2019
0.081 0.040 0.050 0.045 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.050 Unch 284.7 0.110 0.070 9.09 08/11/2025 0.035 0.003 0.010 0.010 0036WA KGROUP-WA 0.010 Unch 268.1 0.035 0.100 214.29 02/07/2018
0.065 0.045 0.050 0.045 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.050 0.005 1846.5 0.110 0.070 9.09 29/05/2027 0.030 0.015 0.020 0.015 0036WB KGROUP-WB 0.020 Unch 56 0.035 0.050 100.00 01/05/2020
0.120 0.060 0.060 0.060 9938WB BRIGHT-WB 0.060 Unch 20 0.310 0.820 183.87 12/01/2019 0.880 0.620 0.705 0.670 5171WA KIMLUN-WA 0.705 Unch 6.2 2.230 1.680 6.95 12/03/2024
0.435 0.060 0.260 0.225 181811 BURSA-C11 0.240 -0.010 878.2 10.000 8.900 1.00 30/11/2017 0.075 0.005 0.005 0.005 7164WA KNM-WA 0.005 Unch 110 0.245 0.980 302.04 15/11/2017
0.315 0.095 0.110 0.095 181812 BURSA-C12 0.095 -0.025 185 10.000 10.500 9.28 30/11/2017 0.150 0.070 0.075 0.075 7164WB KNM-WB 0.075 Unch 46.5 0.245 1.000 338.78 21/04/2020
0.145 0.090 0.105 0.090 181813 BURSA-C13 0.105 0.005 305.1 10.000 10.500 10.25 30/03/2018 0.175 0.070 0.080 0.080 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.080 0.005 170 0.250 0.300 52.00 21/01/2020
2.550 0.950 2.420 2.370 7174WA CAB-WA 2.420 0.010 30 2.940 0.550 1.02 08/02/2020 0.120 0.030 0.065 0.065 7153CQ KOSSAN-CQ 0.065 -0.005 40 6.970 6.800 3.16 18/08/2017
0.470 0.290 0.350 0.350 7076WA CBIP-WA 0.350 0.010 5.3 2.050 2.400 34.15 06/11/2019 0.080 0.035 0.065 0.060 7153CU KOSSAN-CU 0.065 Unch 160 6.970 6.850 6.67 18/09/2017
0.220 0.045 0.150 0.140 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.140 -0.005 1038.6 0.330 0.460 81.82 07/10/2019 1.400 0.410 1.220 1.220 5878WB KPJ-WB 1.220 -0.050 91.4 4.220 4.010 23.93 23/01/2019
0.310 0.100 0.205 0.190 102321 CIMB-C21 0.190 0.015 195 6.420 6.200 6.93 31/10/2017 0.085 0.020 0.020 0.020 3794CC LAFMSIA-CC 0.020 Unch 200 5.760 7.000 23.26 31/01/2018
0.335 0.150 0.245 0.225 102322 CIMB-C22 0.245 0.025 62 6.420 5.700 4.05 24/11/2017 0.650 0.450 0.560 0.560 9385WA LAYHONG-WA 0.560 0.010 35 0.905 0.400 6.08 13/10/2021
0.155 0.085 0.105 0.090 102324 CIMB-C24 0.100 0.010 595 6.420 7.000 15.26 28/12/2017 0.365 0.100 0.160 0.160 8494WA LBICAP-WA 0.160 0.005 20 1.190 1.000 -2.52 17/04/2018
0.170 0.045 0.045 0.045 2852C5 CMSB-C5 0.045 -0.010 160 3.980 4.000 5.03 16/08/2017 1.090 0.580 0.940 0.940 5789WA LBS-WA 0.940 -0.030 0.5 1.980 1.000 -2.02 11/06/2018
0.205 0.035 0.180 0.180 0102WB CONNECT-WB 0.180 0.005 230 0.285 0.100 -1.75 07/06/2021 0.835 0.370 0.715 0.700 5789WB LBS-WB 0.700 -0.020 665 1.980 1.250 -1.52 04/10/2020
0.250 0.025 0.170 0.165 0051WA CUSCAPI-WA 0.165 0.005 1422.8 0.300 0.270 45.00 24/04/2018 0.260 0.255 0.260 0.255 5284CC LCTITAN-CC 0.260 Unch 118.2 6.410 7.500 29.17 30/01/2018
0.470 0.340 0.365 0.355 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.360 0.005 345.4 0.630 0.300 4.76 22/05/2022 0.265 0.260 0.265 0.260 5284CD LCTITAN-CD 0.265 Unch 458.4 6.410 6.500 13.81 30/01/2018
0.035 0.005 0.015 0.015 7179WB DBE-WB 0.015 -0.005 539.6 0.030 0.050 116.67 22/01/2022 0.465 0.460 0.465 0.460 5284CE LCTITAN-CE 0.465 Unch 170.2 6.410 5.500 7.57 30/01/2018
0.175 0.125 0.140 0.140 727713 DIALOG-C13 0.140 0.015 20 1.950 1.750 4.10 07/12/2017 0.120 0.120 0.120 0.120 5284CF LCTITAN-CF 0.120 Unch 300 6.410 6.280 11.08 30/01/2018
0.105 0.060 0.075 0.070 727715 DIALOG-C15 0.075 0.015 500 1.950 1.850 6.41 31/10/2017 0.300 0.040 0.195 0.195 8745WB LEWEKO-WB 0.195 Unch 39.8 0.300 0.200 31.67 08/09/2020
0.200 0.105 0.140 0.140 727717 DIALOG-C17 0.140 0.005 15 1.950 1.900 4.62 31/01/2018 0.250 0.150 0.185 0.180 7126WA LONBISC-WA 0.185 Unch 6 0.745 1.000 59.06 26/01/2020
0.085 0.035 0.045 0.045 694718 DIGI-C18 0.045 Unch 100 4.790 4.900 6.99 29/09/2017 0.095 0.020 0.065 0.065 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.065 Unch 284.9 0.120 0.100 37.50 03/06/2022
0.100 0.020 0.035 0.025 694719 DIGI-C19 0.035 0.010 2257.7 4.790 5.100 7.93 31/01/2018 0.095 0.020 0.065 0.065 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.065 Unch 40 0.120 0.100 37.50 26/05/2023
0.370 0.045 0.315 0.300 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.300 -0.005 21381.7 0.590 0.500 35.59 30/07/2021 0.060 0.015 0.040 0.040 0017WA M3TECH-WA 0.040 Unch 659 0.085 0.100 64.71 21/08/2019
0.140 0.060 0.100 0.095 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.100 Unch 364 0.290 0.250 20.69 25/11/2020 0.100 0.010 0.010 0.010 3859CY MAGNUM-CY 0.010 Unch 400 1.730 2.120 24.28 31/10/2017
0.145 0.055 0.070 0.065 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.065 -0.005 1358.4 0.235 0.800 268.09 29/03/2021 0.120 0.120 0.120 0.120 858301 MAHSING-MC010.120 Unch 300 1.540 1.650 14.94 14/12/2017
0.340 0.180 0.300 0.275 7169WA DOMINAN-WA 0.300 -0.010 269.5 1.270 1.300 25.98 10/09/2020 0.265 0.130 0.135 0.130 8583WB MAHSING-WB 0.135 0.005 1730.7 1.540 1.440 2.27 16/03/2018
0.040 0.010 0.020 0.015 7198WA DPS-WA 0.020 0.005 554.1 0.090 0.540 522.22 03/01/2018 0.170 0.085 0.140 0.140 8583WC MAHSING-WC 0.140 -0.005 40.2 1.540 2.100 45.45 21/02/2020
0.070 0.035 0.050 0.045 7198WB DPS-WB 0.045 Unch 62.5 0.090 0.100 61.11 15/01/2025 0.100 0.005 0.005 0.005 5264CT MALAKOF-CT 0.005 Unch 320 1.050 1.500 43.33 31/10/2017
0.260 0.030 0.125 0.095 161926 DRBHCOMC26 0.120 0.030 3653.6 1.690 1.550 2.37 30/08/2017 0.100 0.015 0.020 0.020 5264CW MALAKOF-CW 0.020 -0.005 500 1.050 1.200 18.10 29/09/2017
0.180 0.030 0.070 0.060 161927 DRBHCOMC27 0.065 0.010 1223 1.690 1.700 8.28 22/08/2017 0.990 0.085 0.575 0.485 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.525 0.035 39930 1.250 1.000 22.00 29/06/2018
0.330 0.105 0.255 0.245 161929 DRBHCOMC29 0.255 0.020 24 1.690 1.200 1.18 16/08/2017 0.630 0.350 0.505 0.485 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.505 0.005 13.1 2.740 2.400 6.02 20/07/2020
0.380 0.115 0.310 0.300 161930 DRBHCOMC30 0.305 0.015 360 1.690 1.100 1.18 30/11/2017 0.190 0.010 0.015 0.015 6012CW MAXIS-CW 0.015 Unch 10 5.560 6.000 8.86 29/09/2017
0.180 0.060 0.105 0.085 161932 DRBHCOMC32 0.105 0.015 1572.6 1.690 1.450 3.20 30/08/2017 0.190 0.155 0.160 0.160 115531 MAYBANKC31 0.160 0.005 50 9.640 9.500 3.53 28/02/2018
0.195 0.060 0.125 0.110 161933 DRBHCOMC33 0.120 0.010 6564.3 1.690 1.650 11.83 31/10/2017 0.585 0.300 0.430 0.420 5152WA MBL-WA 0.430 0.010 25.3 1.020 0.800 20.59 28/11/2022
0.160 0.105 0.120 0.120 161935 DRBHCOMC35 0.120 0.010 30 1.690 1.800 24.26 25/01/2018 0.230 0.110 0.165 0.155 1171C2 MBSB-C2 0.165 0.005 5.7 1.270 1.300 15.35 31/01/2018
0.125 0.095 0.105 0.100 161937 DRBHCOMC37 0.100 0.005 370 1.690 1.850 21.30 30/03/2018 0.170 0.105 0.120 0.115 1171CW MBSB-CW 0.115 -0.005 55 1.270 1.150 8.66 28/11/2017
0.120 0.120 0.120 0.120 161938 DRBHCOMC38 0.120 Unch 120 1.690 1.780 23.08 30/01/2018 0.130 0.075 0.085 0.075 1171CX MBSB-CX 0.075 -0.010 90 1.270 1.300 14.17 28/11/2017
0.135 0.070 0.070 0.070 5216CV DSONIC-CV 0.070 Unch 620 1.190 1.300 21.01 31/10/2017 0.090 0.040 0.050 0.045 1171CY MBSB-CY 0.050 Unch 2360.9 1.270 1.250 10.24 29/09/2017
0.225 0.050 0.050 0.050 3417C7 E&O-C7 0.050 -0.005 130 1.680 1.850 16.07 30/11/2017 0.080 0.035 0.045 0.040 1171CZ MBSB-CZ 0.045 0.005 449.2 1.270 1.450 23.03 30/11/2017
0.320 0.120 0.185 0.180 3417WB E&O-WB 0.180 -0.005 202.5 1.680 2.600 65.48 21/07/2019 0.260 0.040 0.165 0.155 0167WB MCLEAN-WB 0.155 0.005 167.5 0.285 0.250 42.11 07/10/2020
0.065 0.020 0.045 0.035 0154WB EAH-WB 0.045 0.010 239.6 0.095 0.120 73.68 24/02/2019 0.085 0.025 0.060 0.045 5040WB MEDAINC-WB 0.050 -0.015 182.6 0.445 0.800 91.01 22/04/2022
0.065 0.025 0.045 0.035 0154WC EAH-WC 0.040 Unch 974.4 0.095 0.100 47.37 18/06/2019 0.065 0.025 0.055 0.045 5040WC MEDAINC-WC 0.050 Unch 267 0.445 0.800 91.01 24/08/2024
0.195 0.090 0.155 0.130 3557WC ECOFIRS-WC 0.155 0.020 244.7 0.305 0.300 49.18 10/09/2019 0.365 0.140 0.255 0.245 1694WB MENANG-WB 0.250 -0.005 1047.8 0.900 1.000 38.89 09/07/2019
0.145 0.080 0.145 0.140 5253CA ECONBHD-CA 0.140 Unch 709 2.680 2.500 8.96 30/11/2017 0.175 0.095 0.135 0.130 0075WA MEXTER-WA 0.130 Unch 170 0.260 0.130 0.00 17/09/2018
0.170 0.095 0.130 0.120 8206CG ECOWLD-CG 0.120 Unch 1250 1.620 1.500 7.41 30/11/2017 2.330 0.420 1.930 1.910 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.910 -0.040 64 3.850 2.220 7.27 08/04/2020
0.175 0.090 0.130 0.120 8206CH ECOWLD-CH 0.120 0.005 505.5 1.620 1.600 9.88 08/12/2017 0.050 0.020 0.045 0.045 7219WA MINETEC-WA 0.045 0.005 10 0.125 0.150 56.00 27/11/2019
0.710 0.365 0.520 0.510 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.520 0.005 380.5 1.620 2.080 60.49 26/03/2022 0.355 0.175 0.210 0.195 5576WC MINHO-WC 0.210 0.015 47.1 0.525 0.500 35.24 02/08/2021
0.150 0.045 0.065 0.060 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.065 Unch 1039.7 0.155 0.180 58.06 24/12/2018 0.220 0.055 0.060 0.055 381610 MISC-C10 0.060 -0.010 160 7.370 7.700 7.90 30/08/2017
0.945 0.360 0.830 0.805 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.810 -0.015 142.2 1.140 0.340 0.88 17/07/2019 0.115 0.100 0.100 0.100 381612 MISC-C12 0.100 -0.005 110 7.370 7.500 5.83 30/03/2018
0.670 0.415 0.430 0.425 8907WC EG-WC 0.425 -0.005 197.6 0.800 0.500 15.63 03/11/2020 0.625 0.365 0.530 0.500 9571WD MITRA-WD 0.520 0.020 127.5 1.340 1.090 20.15 23/08/2020
0.140 0.025 0.065 0.045 8877CA EKOVEST-CA 0.050 Unch 16025.4 1.130 1.600 48.23 08/12/2017 1.125 0.730 0.760 0.760 6114WB MKH-WB 0.760 0.005 8.7 2.330 1.550 -0.86 29/12/2017
0.145 0.085 0.130 0.130 8877CB EKOVEST-CB 0.130 Unch 21 1.130 1.400 46.90 08/01/2018 0.880 0.230 0.770 0.725 7595WA MLGLOBAL-WA 0.770 0.030 10 1.160 0.500 9.48 27/10/2019
0.090 0.045 0.085 0.065 8877CC EKOVEST-CC 0.075 Unch 3805.6 1.130 1.300 31.64 28/12/2017 0.220 0.045 0.050 0.050 2194C4 MMCCORP-C4 0.050 -0.010 10 2.360 2.250 -0.42 31/07/2017
0.085 0.035 0.070 0.055 887701 EKOVEST-MC01 0.055 -0.010 940 1.130 1.400 33.63 14/12/2017 0.055 0.020 0.030 0.030 0103WA MNC-WA 0.030 Unch 175 0.070 0.100 85.71 05/11/2021
1.350 0.233 0.905 0.835 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.835 -0.010 21071.4 1.130 0.480 16.37 25/06/2019 0.585 0.120 0.585 0.585 3867CF MPI-CF 0.585 0.025 15 13.720 8.000 0.95 22/08/2017
0.300 0.010 0.160 0.100 7149WA ENGKAH-WA 0.160 0.080 11.6 1.520 3.500 140.79 25/09/2017 0.210 0.175 0.210 0.210 3867CG MPI-CG 0.210 0.005 5 13.720 13.100 10.79 22/12/2017
0.630 0.310 0.465 0.445 5056WA ENGTEX-WA 0.465 0.015 1919 1.330 0.830 -2.63 25/10/2017 0.070 0.020 0.030 0.030 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.030 Unch 400 0.055 0.100 136.36 21/11/2021
0.120 0.060 0.060 0.060 5283CA EWINT-CA 0.060 -0.010 20 1.090 1.200 21.10 02/02/2018 0.290 0.010 0.030 0.010 165112 MRCB-C12 0.025 0.010 5871.4 1.390 1.400 3.42 16/08/2017
0.060 0.025 0.025 0.025 5283CE EWINT-CE 0.025 Unch 166.2 1.090 1.350 29.59 30/11/2017 0.180 0.005 0.015 0.010 165113 MRCB-C13 0.015 0.005 2198.4 1.390 1.550 14.21 30/08/2017
0.080 0.060 0.075 0.070 5283CF EWINT-CF 0.070 Unch 83.5 1.090 1.050 12.39 28/12/2017 0.100 0.015 0.030 0.025 165114 MRCB-C14 0.030 0.005 1141 1.390 1.900 42.09 31/10/2017
0.450 0.285 0.295 0.290 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.290 -0.005 1678.2 1.090 1.450 59.63 02/04/2022 0.135 0.030 0.045 0.035 165115 MRCB-C15 0.035 Unch 6229.5 1.390 1.800 33.27 24/11/2017
0.570 0.100 0.520 0.500 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.515 0.010 3020.9 0.950 0.700 27.89 24/09/2019 0.060 0.030 0.035 0.030 165116 MRCB-C16 0.035 0.005 11773.6 1.390 2.100 59.14 29/12/2017
0.180 0.115 0.130 0.125 06501R FBMKLCI-C1R 0.125 Unch 465 1,757 1,670 0.01 29/09/2017 0.110 0.085 0.085 0.085 165118 MRCB-C18 0.085 Unch 10 1.390 1.700 34.53 28/02/2018
0.130 0.115 0.115 0.115 06501T FBMKLCI-C1T 0.115 -0.010 0.1 1,757 1,788 7.04 29/12/2017 0.390 0.020 0.060 0.025 1651C9 MRCB-C9 0.045 0.025 13258.3 1.390 1.450 7.55 30/08/2017
0.120 0.075 0.080 0.075 06501U FBMKLCI-C1U 0.075 Unch 175 1,757 1,715 0.58 31/10/2017 0.175 0.085 0.115 0.105 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.110 0.005 7712.7 1.390 2.300 73.38 14/09/2018
0.080 0.040 0.040 0.040 06501X FBMKLCI-C1X 0.040 Unch 200 1,757 1,765 2.03 30/11/2017 0.080 0.010 0.035 0.020 0092WA MTOUCHE-WA 0.025 -0.005 2546.6 0.510 1.260 151.96 17/01/2018
0.100 0.015 0.025 0.025 06502W FBMKLCI-H2W 0.025 Unch 272 1,757 1,715 -1.40 31/10/2017 0.220 0.030 0.180 0.120 0092WB MTOUCHE-WB 0.130 -0.045 3643 0.510 0.540 31.37 16/03/2020
0.160 0.055 0.080 0.080 06502Z FBMKLCI-H2Z 0.080 -0.005 1356.9 1,757 1,765 3.63 30/11/2017 0.190 0.075 0.115 0.105 13815 MYEG-C15 0.105 -0.005 1293 2.160 2.000 6.69 29/09/2017
0.480 0.385 0.440 0.435 06504B FBMKLCI-H4B 0.440 -0.020 203.5 1,757 1,790 6.88 30/11/2017 0.255 0.100 0.170 0.160 13816 MYEG-C16 0.160 0.005 471.5 2.160 2.000 7.41 31/01/2018
0.120 0.090 0.115 0.115 06504C FBMKLCI-H4C 0.115 Unch 40 1,757 1,785 6.16 29/12/2017 0.480 0.115 0.375 0.370 0138C8 MYEG-C8 0.375 Unch 484.5 2.160 1.567 1.47 31/10/2017
0.160 0.005 0.010 0.005 522221 FGV-C21 0.005 Unch 915 1.680 2.550 52.38 30/08/2017 0.065 0.005 0.025 0.025 0020WB NETX-WB 0.025 0.005 89 0.040 0.050 87.50 08/06/2019
0.140 0.005 0.010 0.005 522223 FGV-C23 0.005 Unch 12204.9 1.680 1.850 11.16 31/07/2017 0.035 0.015 0.025 0.020 0096WC NEXGRAM-WC 0.025 Unch 108.5 0.040 0.100 212.50 15/01/2024
0.205 0.005 0.010 0.005 522224 FGV-C24 0.005 Unch 2557.2 1.680 1.850 10.86 31/07/2017 0.415 0.190 0.325 0.315 0172WA OCK-WA 0.325 0.005 4902.2 0.920 0.710 12.50 15/12/2020
0.070 0.020 0.035 0.025 522225 FGV-C25 0.025 -0.010 27.5 1.680 2.600 59.23 31/10/2017 0.255 0.060 0.160 0.155 7071WC OCR-WC 0.160 0.005 59.6 0.590 0.500 11.86 24/07/2021
0.135 0.025 0.040 0.030 522226 FGV-C26 0.040 0.010 2469.8 1.680 2.200 37.14 31/10/2017 0.280 0.045 0.065 0.055 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.060 -0.005 678.9 0.490 0.500 14.29 30/05/2018
0.085 0.015 0.035 0.025 522227 FGV-C27 0.035 0.010 20578.1 1.680 2.450 51.04 16/10/2017 0.370 0.195 0.275 0.270 5053WC OSK-WC 0.275 Unch 49.8 1.580 1.800 31.33 22/07/2020
0.155 0.055 0.070 0.060 522228 FGV-C28 0.065 0.010 1951.5 1.680 2.050 31.70 31/01/2018 0.210 0.080 0.210 0.210 7052CI PADINI-CI 0.210 Unch 49 3.840 2.800 0.26 29/09/2017
0.130 0.065 0.090 0.070 522229 FGV-C29 0.075 0.010 1087 1.680 2.100 36.16 08/01/2018 0.260 0.180 0.260 0.260 7052CK PADINI-CK 0.260 0.025 2 3.840 3.200 3.65 28/02/2018
0.195 0.115 0.140 0.125 522230 FGV-C30 0.135 0.010 12376.8 1.680 1.600 17.74 28/12/2017 0.055 0.025 0.035 0.030 0005WA PALETTE-WA 0.030 Unch 1858.5 0.070 0.040 0.00 20/03/2018
0.130 0.100 0.130 0.110 522231 FGV-C31 0.130 0.020 5570.3 1.680 1.630 16.37 30/03/2018 0.300 0.080 0.260 0.250 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.255 -0.005 638.2 0.635 0.500 18.90 21/12/2020
0.145 0.145 0.145 0.145 522232 FGV-C32 0.145 Unch 20 1.680 1.650 19.79 30/01/2018 0.300 0.105 0.280 0.265 5125WB PANTECH-WB 0.265 -0.005 1161.4 0.635 0.500 20.47 21/12/2021
0.130 0.065 0.095 0.095 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.095 Unch 113 0.405 1.000 170.37 12/10/2019 0.165 0.085 0.130 0.115 129512 PBBANK-C12 0.115 0.005 435 20.360 19.550 -0.02 31/07/2017
0.260 0.030 0.230 0.220 0116WC FOCUS-WC 0.230 Unch 540 0.285 0.050 -1.75 06/11/2019 0.100 0.050 0.050 0.050 129514 PBBANK-C14 0.050 Unch 200 20.360 21.000 5.11 29/09/2017
0.740 0.230 0.635 0.615 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.630 0.015 5806.1 0.630 1.060 168.25 29/11/2021 0.240 0.030 0.030 0.030 518310 PCHEM-C10 0.030 Unch 1829.9 6.940 7.100 3.82 18/08/2017
0.210 0.075 0.165 0.150 539831 GAMUDA-C31 0.150 -0.020 770 5.320 4.900 0.56 29/09/2017 0.255 0.035 0.040 0.040 5183C9 PCHEM-C9 0.040 Unch 281 6.940 7.000 2.88 29/09/2017
0.130 0.090 0.090 0.090 539836 GAMUDA-C36 0.090 -0.035 20 5.320 5.350 7.33 08/12/2017 0.055 0.055 0.055 0.055 518301 PCHEM-MC01 0.055 Unch 99 6.940 7.800 17.15 14/12/2017
1.480 1.010 1.390 1.370 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.370 -0.010 980 5.320 4.050 1.88 06/03/2021 0.485 0.130 0.400 0.395 8311WC PESONA-WC 0.395 -0.005 58.2 0.655 0.250 -1.53 27/01/2020
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B U R S A M A L AY S I A E Q U I T Y D E R I VAT I V E S

Australia/New Zealand Australia The benchmarks biggest laggard was Barclays and Deutsche Bank, which quarter, with analysts expecting a stronger
shares rebound as bank stocks surge; mining giant BHP Billiton. It tumbled 2.6%, are also major players in the bond market, currency to weigh on the blocs large
New Zealand up too its biggest one-day fall in four weeks, after were top fallers on their respective indices exporters.
reporting output cuts in coal and petroleum after the Goldman results. Historically euro weakness has provided
SYDNEY: Australian shares advanced for the year. Although eurozone banks are the most a driver for earnings beats and with that
yesterday, unfazed by a slip in BHP Rio Tinto also dragged material stocks favoured sector along with tech among removed, expectations may be more difficult
Billiton, as the big four banks surged after lower, on extended losses from the previous global investors, according to the latest to surpass, Edward Park, investment
declaring comfort with new capital rules session after reporting disappointing results. Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) director at Brooks Macdonald, said.
designed to make them unquestionably New Zealands benchmark S&P/NZX survey of fund managers, comments from German airline Lufthansa fell 1.2% from
strong. 50 Index rose 25.42 points or 0.33% to US Federal Reserve and European Central 10-year highs, the worst DAX performer,
The S&P/ASX 200 Index ended up 7,732.75. Bank policymakers have triggered profit- as cautious second-half comments
44.733 points or 0.79% to 5,732.126. On Financial and telecom stocks were the taking in recent weeks. overshadowed a profit forecast hike.
Tuesday, the benchmark dropped 1.1%. biggest boosts, while consumer staples The comments point to a slower rate Lufthansas shares had gained nearly
The financial sector accounted for nearly were among the two main drags on the of tightening on both sides of the Atlantic 70% this year up to Mondays close, among
three quarters of the gains on the bourse. index. than many investors were expecting. the best performing stocks in Europe.
The sub-index of financial stocks ended Westpac Banking Corp and Australia The persistent overweight in eurozone Norwegian fertiliser firm Yara fell 4%
2.6% higher. and New Zealand Banking Group led vs US equities could be more bad news after quarterly earnings were dented by a
Shares in the big four banks, which gainers in the benchmark, while A2 Milk for European investors, strategists at margin squeeze.
represent over 80% of the countrys lending, was the biggest decliner, down 1.25% at BAML said, as that could leave them more We believe this has been Yaras darkest
leapt between 3% and 3.9% after the the closing bell. vulnerable. quarter and see an improving trend with
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Elsewhere, Ericsson fell by nearly 16% urea prices ticking up in the US and Egypt
said banks were required to raise common Europe European shares slide on after cutting its forecast for the mobile recently, Liberum analysts said.
equity Tier 1 ratio, a key gauge of a lenders Ericsson slump, souring bank mood infrastructure market and reporting a wider- Among shares boosting the index,
strength, to at least 10.5% by January 2020. than-expected loss, a further blow to a British spread-betting firm IG Group soared
The banks said they were well placed MILAN: European shares fell on Tuesday company that is undertaking cost cuts. more than 16%, leading the gainers after
to meet the capital requirements. after disappointing Ericsson and Lufthansa Nokia fell 3.3% to the bottom of the CAC beating analysts profit estimates.
Ric Spooner, chief market strategist earnings, while scaled-back expectations 40 Index as the Finnish mobile equipment Property developer British Land jumped
at CMC Markets, said it was positive that of monetary tightening by major central makers stock suffered too. 3.1% and was among the top performers
banks get options for raising equity capital, banks dented financial stocks. Zalando weighed on the retail index on the STOXX 600 after announcing a
creating a bit of certainty for the market. The pan-European STOXX 600 Index with its shares down 8.3% after reporting 300 million share buy-back.
This removes some of the worse fell by more than 1%, snapping a four-day slowing sales growth. Europes biggest Analysts at Morgan Stanley last week
concerns about the possibility that the winning streak, with European banks down online-only fashion retailer said capacity predicted European share buy-backs would
banks will have to go to shareholders for by 1.6% and lower bond trading revenue issues at new warehouses had held it back. accelerate as corporates react to a better
additional capital in the near future, he at Goldman Sachs adding to the selling The broader eurozone earnings picture economic growth and solid balance sheets.
said. pressure. is expected to weaken slightly in the third Reuters

ASX 200 Euro STOXX 50 Index Dow Jones Shanghai Composite


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6000 21600 5800
3900 3,478.68 3,230.98
-37.67 +43.41
(-1.07%) (+1.36%)
3415 18575 4825
5150 2,772.70
15550 3850
2930 10,403.79
5,732.126 21,574.73 3,087.842
4300 +44.733 -54.99
(+0.79%) 12525 (-0.25%) 2875
2445
4,686.53
3450 1960 9500 1900
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Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR


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Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.130 0.060 0.090 0.090 0132WA TDEX-WA 0.090 Unch 226.6 0.150 0.110 33.33 21/09/2018
1.160 0.300 0.305 0.300 7200WA TEKSENG-WA 0.305 -0.005 64.1 0.515 0.250 7.77 29/01/2020
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.195 0.085 0.115 0.115 534735 TENAGA-C35 0.115 Unch 145 14.120 13.800 2.62 30/11/2017
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.140 0.090 0.100 0.100 534738 TENAGA-C38 0.100 -0.005 15 14.120 14.000 5.52 30/11/2017
0.490 0.260 0.290 0.290 7252WA TEOSENG-WA 0.290 0.010 10.3 0.865 1.350 89.60 29/01/2020
0.740 0.100 0.665 0.640 3042CB PETRONM-CB 0.650 -0.005 73.5 8.460 4.500 -0.71 31/07/2017 0.135 0.040 0.135 0.110 0145WA TFP-WA 0.115 0.005 4751.8 0.195 0.100 10.26 15/02/2019
0.315 0.085 0.220 0.210 3042CC PETRONM-CC 0.210 -0.010 488 8.460 6.500 6.62 29/09/2017 3.560 2.620 2.790 2.770 7034WA TGUAN-WA 2.770 0.040 25.9 4.350 1.500 -1.84 09/10/2019
2.600 2.200 2.240 2.230 8869WC PMETAL-WC 2.240 Unch 29.5 2.670 0.390 -1.50 22/08/2019 0.105 0.060 0.065 0.060 7889WB THRIVEN-WB 0.065 Unch 128.7 0.240 0.640 193.75 05/10/2020
1.050 0.615 0.930 0.915 7088WB POHUAT-WB 0.915 -0.015 86 1.940 1.000 -1.29 21/10/2020 0.025 0.005 0.015 0.010 7079WB TIGER-WB 0.010 Unch 486 0.060 0.170 200.00 23/12/2018
0.210 0.170 0.175 0.175 463410 POS-C10 0.175 0.005 5 5.150 5.500 20.39 22/01/2018 0.215 0.150 0.200 0.190 5031CN TIMECOM-CN 0.195 Unch 300 9.560 8.400 5.20 30/11/2017
0.435 0.170 0.285 0.285 4634C6 POS-C6 0.285 0.015 10 5.150 4.000 -0.19 18/08/2017 0.090 0.005 0.010 0.005 486314 TM-C14 0.010 -0.005 131 6.390 6.700 5.24 29/09/2017
0.285 0.130 0.145 0.130 4634C8 POS-C8 0.145 0.010 337.8 5.150 5.100 10.29 31/10/2017 0.170 0.095 0.095 0.095 486317 TM-C17 0.095 -0.010 20 6.390 6.200 2.97 30/08/2017
0.710 0.198 0.660 0.615 7168WA PRG-WA 0.645 0.025 384.6 1.050 0.375 -2.86 06/07/2019 0.080 0.025 0.030 0.030 0101CC TMCLIFE-CC 0.030 0.005 100 0.785 1.000 35.03 31/10/2017
0.710 0.425 0.495 0.485 8966WA PRLEXUS-WA 0.495 0.005 11.8 1.270 1.200 33.46 14/06/2021 0.315 0.125 0.155 0.135 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.145 -0.005 3948.9 0.785 0.750 14.01 21/06/2019
0.145 0.040 0.110 0.105 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.105 Unch 1096 0.160 0.100 28.13 16/11/2019 0.810 0.510 0.730 0.715 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.720 0.005 56 1.730 1.000 -0.58 26/12/2018
0.140 0.020 0.080 0.080 0007WA PUC-WA 0.080 Unch 741.2 0.140 0.100 28.57 25/12/2024 0.485 0.109 0.470 0.440 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.465 0.025 560.1 1.040 0.930 34.13 21/06/2021
0.145 0.015 0.075 0.070 0007WB PUC-WB 0.075 Unch 963 0.140 0.100 25.00 15/02/2019 0.185 0.050 0.125 0.120 711316 TOPGLOV-C16 0.125 -0.005 200 5.680 5.400 3.87 30/08/2017
0.750 0.215 0.640 0.630 7134WA PWF-WA 0.640 -0.005 243.4 1.010 0.620 24.75 20/07/2021 0.425 0.110 0.315 0.315 5042WB TSRCAP-WB 0.315 -0.005 9.5 0.750 0.700 35.33 28/12/2020
0.170 0.020 0.095 0.090 5256WA REACH-WA 0.090 -0.005 12207.7 0.415 0.750 102.41 12/08/2022 0.250 0.135 0.155 0.155 514838 UEMS-C38 0.155 0.010 50 1.220 1.000 1.02 16/08/2017
0.110 0.040 0.055 0.055 1066C2 RHBBANK-C2 0.055 Unch 30 5.070 5.600 13.71 28/02/2018 0.165 0.075 0.090 0.090 514839 UEMS-C39 0.090 0.005 20 1.220 1.050 0.82 31/07/2017
0.090 0.060 0.065 0.065 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.065 Unch 500 0.450 0.500 25.56 01/12/2023 0.150 0.070 0.085 0.085 514841 UEMS-C41 0.085 0.005 100 1.220 1.140 7.38 31/10/2017
0.050 0.020 0.035 0.030 0133WD SANICHI-WD 0.035 0.005 413.9 0.065 0.100 107.69 21/07/2019 0.085 0.015 0.025 0.020 514842 UEMS-C42 0.025 0.010 2184.6 1.220 1.400 18.85 29/09/2017
0.025 0.005 0.010 0.010 0109WB SCBUILD-WB 0.010 Unch 400 0.030 0.050 100.00 06/11/2019 0.105 0.055 0.055 0.055 514844 UEMS-C44 0.055 -0.005 100 1.220 1.350 19.67 24/11/2017
0.185 0.055 0.125 0.120 0161WA SCH-WA 0.125 Unch 625.5 0.215 0.100 4.65 04/12/2021 0.100 0.040 0.050 0.050 514845 UEMS-C45 0.050 0.005 1399 1.220 1.200 9.43 31/10/2017
0.190 0.055 0.135 0.135 0028WA SCOPE-WA 0.135 -0.005 10 0.240 0.150 18.75 17/07/2020 0.150 0.135 0.150 0.150 514847 UEMS-C47 0.150 0.005 150 1.220 1.000 6.56 30/01/2018
0.785 0.160 0.615 0.595 7073WB SEACERA-WB 0.610 -0.005 361.8 1.430 1.000 12.59 29/05/2019 0.110 0.005 0.005 0.005 524317 UMWOG-C17 0.005 Unch 1179 0.330 0.800 143.94 24/11/2017
0.170 0.020 0.025 0.020 5250CF SEM-CF 0.020 -0.015 1270 1.200 1.550 32.50 28/11/2017 0.070 0.015 0.015 0.015 524318 UMWOG-C18 0.015 Unch 180.1 0.330 0.600 88.64 29/12/2017
0.270 0.075 0.080 0.080 521838 SENERGYC38 0.080 0.005 200 1.610 1.650 12.42 30/11/2017 0.195 0.070 0.110 0.100 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.100 Unch 34.8 1.060 1.500 50.94 18/09/2018
0.145 0.020 0.030 0.030 521841 SENERGYC41 0.030 0.005 0.1 1.610 2.050 31.99 29/09/2017 0.200 0.085 0.200 0.195 5005CU UNISEM-CU 0.200 0.015 200 3.720 2.700 -0.54 16/10/2017
0.055 0.010 0.015 0.015 521842 SENERGYC42 0.015 Unch 100 1.610 2.200 39.91 31/10/2017 0.164 0.025 0.055 0.045 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.050 -0.005 18132.8 0.135 0.200 85.19 07/09/2018
0.170 0.125 0.130 0.130 5279CA SERBADK-CA 0.130 0.005 260 1.910 2.000 21.73 02/02/2018 0.180 0.050 0.080 0.075 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.075 -0.005 2179.5 0.135 0.100 29.63 22/01/2020
0.215 0.075 0.150 0.140 0055WA SERSOL-WA 0.140 0.005 540.5 0.195 0.180 64.10 18/04/2023 0.175 0.055 0.080 0.075 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.080 Unch 2393 0.135 0.100 33.33 08/07/2020
0.205 0.055 0.160 0.150 7165WA SGB-WA 0.160 0.010 105 0.645 0.600 17.83 07/04/2021 0.055 0.020 0.025 0.025 7070WB VIZIONE-WB 0.025 -0.005 780.1 0.120 0.160 54.17 20/06/2018
0.350 0.210 0.265 0.255 7246WA SIGN-WA 0.260 -0.005 83 0.905 0.970 35.91 21/04/2021 0.595 0.200 0.530 0.530 7240WA VOIR-WA 0.530 0.060 4 0.830 0.500 24.10 31/03/2024
0.190 0.120 0.135 0.135 419714 SIME-C14 0.135 Unch 55 9.550 9.000 1.31 29/12/2017 0.210 0.155 0.175 0.175 6963CM VS-CM 0.175 Unch 20 2.000 1.800 7.50 30/11/2017
0.245 0.120 0.135 0.125 9776WB SMCAP-WB 0.130 Unch 27.7 0.675 1.000 67.41 13/07/2018 0.175 0.115 0.130 0.125 6963CN VS-CN 0.125 -0.005 400 2.000 2.000 12.50 08/12/2017
0.540 0.135 0.240 0.240 5213WA SNTORIA-WA 0.240 Unch 7 0.850 0.600 -1.18 15/04/2019 0.060 0.010 0.015 0.015 0066WA VSOLAR-WA 0.015 Unch 90 0.100 0.120 35.00 01/12/2017
0.845 0.650 0.775 0.740 5242WA SOLID-WA 0.775 Unch 10.3 1.280 0.500 -0.39 16/12/2020 0.690 0.240 0.600 0.585 6963WA VS-WA 0.590 Unch 4278.4 2.000 1.650 12.00 06/01/2019
0.285 0.125 0.225 0.220 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.225 0.005 546.4 0.335 0.200 26.87 04/07/2021 0.135 0.040 0.060 0.055 3565CA WCEHB-CA 0.055 Unch 310 1.430 1.650 23.08 30/11/2017
0.070 0.050 0.055 0.050 5126CE SOP-CE 0.055 0.005 600 3.580 3.800 11.52 29/09/2017 0.085 0.050 0.055 0.055 3565CB WCEHB-CB 0.055 -0.005 50 1.430 1.700 26.57 08/01/2018
0.210 0.055 0.060 0.055 8664CV SPSETIA-CV 0.060 -0.005 555 3.250 3.400 12.00 31/10/2017 0.215 0.045 0.055 0.045 9679C1 WCT-C1 0.050 Unch 386.6 1.960 2.250 20.41 30/11/2017
0.400 0.080 0.090 0.085 8664CW SPSETIA-CW 0.085 -0.005 174 3.250 3.400 8.54 29/12/2017 0.170 0.040 0.050 0.040 9679C2 WCT-C2 0.050 0.010 159.9 1.960 2.300 22.45 08/12/2017
0.200 0.025 0.025 0.025 8664CY SPSETIA-CY 0.025 -0.005 2260.9 3.250 3.900 21.54 08/12/2017 0.340 0.060 0.085 0.070 9679CZ WCT-CZ 0.085 0.015 278 1.960 2.000 8.55 31/10/2017
0.140 0.035 0.085 0.080 0129WA SRIDGE-WA 0.080 -0.005 217 0.220 0.180 18.18 24/02/2023 0.665 0.170 0.265 0.225 9679WD WCT-WD 0.250 0.030 6771.4 1.960 1.710 0.00 11/12/2017
0.125 0.020 0.065 0.060 0140WA STERPRO-WA 0.060 -0.005 509.1 0.155 0.480 248.39 17/02/2021 0.570 0.175 0.375 0.335 9679WE WCT-WE 0.365 0.020 5234.4 1.960 2.080 24.74 27/08/2020
0.065 0.015 0.030 0.025 1201WA SUMATEC-WA 0.030 0.005 383.6 0.050 0.320 600.00 03/03/2021 0.930 0.490 0.690 0.670 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.670 Unch 60 1.070 0.500 9.35 28/10/2024
0.060 0.015 0.020 0.020 1201WB SUMATEC-WB 0.020 Unch 1373 0.050 0.175 290.00 13/11/2018 0.220 0.020 0.155 0.150 5156WC XDL-WC 0.155 Unch 35.8 0.270 0.160 16.67 02/07/2018
0.460 0.110 0.325 0.325 5263CH SUNCON-CH 0.325 -0.005 30 2.020 1.700 0.25 30/08/2017 0.015 0.005 0.010 0.010 0095WA XINGHE-WA 0.010 Unch 310 0.040 0.100 175.00 22/03/2019
0.505 0.145 0.465 0.430 3743WA SUNSURIA-WA 0.435 -0.010 1027.9 1.500 1.500 29.00 22/07/2020 0.110 0.035 0.065 0.060 0165WA XOX-WA 0.060 Unch 457 0.105 0.200 147.62 10/02/2019
0.325 0.100 0.255 0.240 0148WA SUNZEN-WA 0.255 Unch 96.3 0.365 0.100 -2.74 14/04/2019 0.115 0.060 0.085 0.085 7293CL YINSON-CL 0.085 0.010 130 3.620 3.300 0.55 22/08/2017
0.235 0.060 0.155 0.150 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.155 0.005 366.5 0.365 0.250 10.96 25/02/2021 0.185 0.050 0.065 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.065 Unch 234 0.220 0.500 156.82 28/05/2020
0.220 0.155 0.165 0.155 7082WB SYF-WB 0.165 0.005 187.5 0.525 0.700 64.76 11/11/2019 1.100 0.630 0.985 0.945 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.965 0.030 152.7 1.440 0.500 1.74 24/06/2020
0.365 0.125 0.255 0.255 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.255 Unch 1.6 0.960 1.100 41.15 11/11/2020 0.100 0.035 0.035 0.035 4677C8 YTL-C8 0.035 Unch 100 1.430 1.500 7.34 29/12/2017
0.165 0.040 0.055 0.050 5158CD TAGB-CD 0.050 Unch 78.5 0.315 0.300 11.11 31/10/2017 0.450 0.320 0.350 0.350 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.350 Unch 157 1.410 1.140 5.67 11/06/2018
0.205 0.030 0.035 0.035 8524CA TALIWRK-CA 0.035 0.005 89.8 1.450 1.600 13.97 29/09/2017 0.125 0.040 0.060 0.055 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.060 Unch 151 0.135 0.250 129.63 25/01/2019
0.330 0.170 0.200 0.200 8524WB TALIWRK-WB 0.200 Unch 6.5 1.450 1.700 31.03 11/11/2018
Please refer to the Bursa Malaysia website for the prices of loan stocks, bonds and overseas structure warrants
3 0 Markets T HU R SDAY JU LY 2 0 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE FI N AN C I AL DAI LY

INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Insider moves (Filings on July 18, 2017) Trading themes


Insider Moves show what substantial shareholders are doing with their stakes, which could be a signal of their views on the companys outlook. Qatar investment authoritys largest merger and acquisition deals
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE Since 2008; in billions of US dollars.
AEON CO (M) (289,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 105,820,700 13/7
ALAM MARITIM RESOURCES 500,000 POH YANG HONG 1,500,000 14/7
ASTRO MALAYSIA (964,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 320,616,800 13/7
BIMB 1,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 94,769,639 14/7
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
BURSA MALAYSIA (400,000) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 97,167,200 14/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
CAPITALAND MALAYSIA MALL TRUST 616,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 189,283,200 13/7
CHIN HIN GROUP 3,500,000 DATUK SERI CHIAU BENG TEIK 54,957,200 26/5
CIMB GROUP (555,414) DATO LEE KOK KWAN 1,268,997 14/7
DIALOG GROUP (368,500) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 307,458,840 14/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
DIALOG GROUP 1,622,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 669,255,650 13/7
DIGI.COM 2,219,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,052,777,732 13/7
EFFICIENT E-SOLUTIONS (100,000) LIM HOOI TEIK 64,858,500 17/7
EXCEL FORCE MSC (8,000,000) EXACTA CO., LTD., VIRGIN ISLANDS, BRITISH 23,350,000 13/7
GAMUDA 1,504,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 271,787,105 13/7
GLOBETRONICS TECHNOLOGY (1,225,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 29,763,600 13/7
HONG LEONG BANK 288,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 257,875,821 13/7
IHH HEALTHCARE (2,000,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 788,710,300 13/7
IJM CORPORATION (2,827,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 526,338,158 13/7
IJM CORPORATION (2,837,600) AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 211,708,700 14/7
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
INARI AMERTRON (1,145,500) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 186,624,750 14/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
IOI CORPORATION (333,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 594,960,373 13/7
KAREX 100,000 TAN SRI DATO SERI ARSHAD AYUB 2,500,000 17/7
KOSSAN RUBBER INDUSTRIES (1,793,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 73,970,900 12 & 13/7
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG (145,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 160,341,288 13/7
MAH SING GROUP (1,900,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 210,049,161 14/7
MALAYAN BANKING 3,000,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,274,162,692 13/7
MALAYSIA AIRPORTS (342,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 166,667,492 13/7
MKH (250,000) CHEN FOOK WAH 264,900 17/7
PAVILION REAL ESTATE (598,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 156,148,503 13/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
PETRONAS GAS (509,200) KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 104,649,500 14/7
French and US views
(DIPERBADANKAN) US President Donald Trump, under fire at home over Russian connections and abroad over climate
PPB GROUP 115,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 110,156,025 13/7
PROTASCO 350,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 30,993,400 13/7 change and trade, arrived in Paris last Thursday seeking common ground with Frances new leader
PUBLIC BANK (2,071,800) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 489,114,100 13/7 Emmanuel Macron, with both men having incentives to improve ties Macron hoping to elevate
SIME DARBY 11,000,000 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 2,818,461,833 13/7
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
Frenchs role in global affairs, and Trump, seemingly isolated among world leaders, needing a
SIME DARBY 211,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 678,272,131 12/7 friend overseas.
SUNWAY (205,500) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 119,394,891 13/7
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE (200,000)AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 213,286,100 14/7
INVESTMENT TRUST - SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
TELEKOM MALAYSIA (137,200) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 659,787,974 13/7
TENAGA NASIONAL 1,760,200 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 369,605,400 14/7
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
TENAGA NASIONAL (3,100,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 736,695,342 13/7
THRIVEN GLOBAL 941,075 GHAZIE YEO ABDULLAH 33,996,075 17/7
TIME DOTCOM 256,500 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 59,978,548 14/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
UMW OIL & GAS CORPORATION 2,650,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 199,249,776 13/7
VERSATILE CREATIVE (6,000,000) RICA (M) 6,582,170 6, 7 & 10/7
YINSON 500,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 80,559,800 14/7
(DIPERBADANKAN)
ZECON (3,000,000) DAWLA CAPITAL 56,689,475 14/7
While every eort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an ocial record of shareholder
lings. Direct and indirect share are combined due to space constraints. Readers who are interested should check the ocial lings led with
Bursa Malaysia. Note: * denotes Ace Market

Local events to watch out for today


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PlaTCOM Ventures Sdn Bhd and Agensi 70th anniversary celebration and STOCK HIGH
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Inovasi Malaysia will be organising unveiling of LaFerrari Aperta, the 70th ECONBHD 2.730 2.670 2.680 1152.3 MISC-C10 0.060 0.055 0.060 160
High Impact Programme 2 Success anniversary icon at Slate @ The Row, BKOON 0.560 0.505 0.530 14524.7 UEMS-C44 0.055 0.055 0.055 100
Showcase at L ot 2A , Jalan 13/2, Jalan Doraisamy, Kuala Lumpur at 10am. SUNWAY 4.190 4.080 4.180 6574.2 KAREX-C1 0.100 0.040 0.100 867.8
Section 13, Petaling Jaya at 8.30am. Oman Air media briefing by its chief PADINI 3.840 3.750 3.840 1109.6 ARMADA-C23 0.030 0.030 0.030 50
MPI 13.860 13.600 13.720 364.6 HSI-H2F 0.295 0.270 0.275 4147.1
Official opening ceremony for M executive officer Paul Gregorowitsch
GDEX-CG 0.095 0.085 0.085 822 TEKSENG-WA 0.305 0.300 0.305 64.1
Vertica Sales Gallery at M Vertica Sales at Shangri-La Hotel, Kelantan Room, DIN042300721 100.100 100.100 100.100 0.05 HSI-H2I 0.460 0.430 0.435 1043.1
Gallery, 15G, Wisma Low Siew Eng, Kuala Lumpur at 2.30pm to 4pm. CARLSBG 15.200 15.140 15.160 37.7 HSI-H2K 0.380 0.355 0.360 173
Jalan 1/92C, off Batu 2, Jalan Cheras, CyberSecurity Malaysias ISCB certificate FPI 1.060 1.030 1.040 1021.7 HHGROUP 0.235 0.230 0.235 134
Kuala Lumpur from 9am to 10.15am. presentation ceremony and media MPI-CF 0.585 0.585 0.585 15 AAX-C7 0.060 0.045 0.055 1182.7
Launch of Omen by HP at MakeSpace appreciation dinner will be officiated HSI-C1K 0.855 0.855 0.855 5 OWG 1.560 1.540 1.540 804.2
IQGROUP 4.450 4.360 4.420 117 AAX-C6 0.040 0.030 0.040 163.4
at Quill City Mall from 10am to noon. by Science, Technology and Innovation
AHB-WB 0.330 0.300 0.300 4438.7 HSI-H2L 0.645 0.635 0.640 35.8
Naza Italia Sdn Bhd, the official importer Deputy Minister Datuk Wira Dr Abu Bakar SYSTECH 0.395 0.365 0.370 14059.6 MISC-C12 0.100 0.100 0.100 110
and distributor for Ferrari in Malaysia, will Mohamad Diah at Marriott Putrajaya This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
holds a press conference for the Ferrari Hotel, Putrajaya Ballroom at 7pm. could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
prot-taking activities could set in later. bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


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

NZ $ 0.639 0.737 0.703 0.565 0.930 1.008 1.008 0.929 3.1589 4.974 59.444 4.754 2.705 9,809 47.363 82.536 5.944 37.472 2.682 2.762 6.102 24.750 5.752
EURO 1.565 1.153 1.100 0.885 1.455 1.577 1.577 1.453 4.9425 7.783 93.007 7.438 4.232 15,348 74.106 129.138 9.301 58.630 4.197 4.322 9.547 38.724 9.000
US $ 1.358 0.868 0.954 0.767 1.263 1.368 1.368 1.261 4.2885 6.753 80.700 6.454 3.672 13,317 64.300 112.050 8.070 50.872 3.642 3.750 8.284 33.600 7.809
SWISS FR 1.423 0.909 1.048 0.804 1.323 1.434 1.434 1.322 4.4943 7.077 84.573 6.764 3.849 13,956 67.386 117.427 8.457 53.313 3.816 3.930 8.681 35.212 8.184
STERLING 1.769 1.131 1.303 1.243 1.646 1.782 1.783 1.643 5.5879 8.799 105.152 8.409 4.785 17,352 83.783 146.001 10.515 66.286 4.745 4.886 10.794 43.781 10.175
CANADA $ 1.075 0.687 0.792 0.756 0.608 1.083 1.083 0.999 3.3958 5.347 63.901 5.110 2.908 10,545 50.915 88.726 6.390 40.282 2.883 2.970 6.559 26.606 6.183
BRUNEI $ 0.992 0.634 0.731 0.698 0.561 0.923 1.000 0.922 3.1349 4.936 58.992 4.718 2.685 9,735 47.004 81.909 5.899 37.187 2.662 2.741 6.055 24.562 5.708
SINGAPORE $ 0.992 0.634 0.731 0.697 0.561 0.923 1.000 0.922 3.1342 4.935 58.979 4.717 2.684 9,733 46.993 81.891 5.898 37.179 2.661 2.741 6.054 24.556 5.707
AUSTRALIA $ 1.077 0.688 0.793 0.757 0.609 1.001 1.085 1.085 3.4008 5.355 63.996 5.118 2.912 10,561 50.990 88.856 6.400 40.342 2.888 2.974 6.569 26.645 6.192
MALAYSIA RM 0.317 0.202 0.233 0.223 0.179 0.294 0.319 0.319 0.294 1.0000 1.575 18.818 1.505 0.856 3,105 14.994 26.128 1.882 11.862 0.849 0.874 1.932 7.835 1.821
100 CHINESE RMB 20.104 12.849 14.808 14.130 11.365 18.701 20.257 20.262 18.674 63.5050 1,195 95.571 54.382 197,202 952.170 1,659 119.505 753.321 53.924 55.534 122.668 497.556 115.636
100 BANGLADH TAKA 1.682 1.075 1.239 1.182 0.951 1.565 1.695 1.696 1.563 5.3141 8.368 7.997 4.551 16,502 79.678 138.848 10.000 63.038 4.512 4.647 10.265 41.636 9.676
100 DANISH KRONER 21.035 13.444 15.494 14.785 11.891 19.568 21.196 21.201 19.539 66.4480 104.63 1,250 56.902 206,341 996.30 1,736 125.04 788.23 56.42 58.11 128.35 520.61 120.99
100 UAE DIRHAM 36.967 23.627 27.230 25.983 20.898 34.389 37.250 37.259 34.338 116.7765 183.89 2,197 175.74 362,626 1,751 3,051 219.75 1,385 99.16 102.12 225.57 914.93 212.64
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.007 0.008 0.007 0.006 0.009 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0322 0.051 0.606 0.048 0.028 0.483 0.841 0.061 0.382 0.027 0.028 0.062 0.252 0.059
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.111 1.349 1.555 1.484 1.194 1.964 2.128 2.128 1.961 6.6695 10.502 125.505 10.037 5.711 20,711 174.261 12.551 79.116 5.663 5.832 12.883 52.255 12.144
100 JAPAN YEN 1.212 0.774 0.892 0.852 0.685 1.127 1.221 1.221 1.125 3.8273 6.027 72.021 5.760 3.277 11,885 57.385 7.202 45.401 3.250 3.347 7.393 29.987 6.969
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 16.822 10.752 12.391 11.824 9.510 15.649 16.951 16.955 15.626 53.1400 83.678 1,000 79.972 45.506 165,016 796.761 1,388 630.368 45.123 46.470 102.646 416.347 96.762
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.669 1.706 1.966 1.876 1.509 2.482 2.689 2.690 2.479 8.4300 13.275 158.634 12.687 7.219 26,178 126.396 220.260 15.864 7.158 7.372 16.284 66.048 15.350
100 QATAR RIYAL 37.281 23.827 27.461 26.204 21.075 34.680 37.567 37.575 34.629 117.7674 185.446 2,216 177.232 100.849 365,703 1,766 3,077 221.617 1,397 102.985 227.482 922.696 214.442
100 SAUDI RIYAL 36.201 23.137 26.665 25.444 20.465 33.675 36.478 36.486 33.626 114.3539 180.071 2,152 172.095 97.925 355,103 1,715 2,988 215.194 1,357 97.101 220.888 895.952 208.226
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.389 10.474 12.072 11.519 9.265 15.245 16.514 16.518 15.223 51.7700 81.521 974.198 77.911 44.333 160,761 776.220 1,353 97.422 614.116 43.960 45.272 405.613 94.268
100 THAI BAHT 4.040 2.582 2.976 2.840 2.284 3.759 4.071 4.072 3.753 12.7634 20.098 240.179 19.208 10.930 39,634 191.370 333.483 24.018 151.405 10.838 11.161 24.654 23.241
100 HK$ 17.385 11.111 12.806 12.220 9.828 16.172 17.518 17.522 16.149 54.9181 86.478 1,033.438 82.648 47.028 170,537 823.422 1,435 103.346 651.460 46.633 48.025 106.081 430.278
Note: Run your nger down the left-hand side until you reach the country of origin you plan to exchange. Then move your nger until that line intersects with the vertical column of the currency you wish to buy. The gure is how much you will get. The above rates are subject to change and provided by Thompson Reuters.
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Index futures Money market


FKLI Long Rolls - KLCI futures US Dollar Klibor
Index points Open Interest Index points USD Index Implied interest rate (%)
1,758.50 90000 1.00 105.0
1980 18.00 94.798 4.5
(Unch) (+1.00) (+0.194) 3.47
(-0.01)
1785 68000 4.75 96.5
3.5

1590 46000 -8.50 88.0

2.5
1395 24000 -21.75
79.5

1200 2000 -35.00 71.0 1.5


Jan 4, 2010 Jul 19, 2017 Jan 4, 2010 Jul 19, 2017 Oct 1, 2000 Jul 19, 2017
Oct 2, 2006 Jul 19, 2017

FBM KLCI futures FBM KLCI futures US dollar near 10-month Klibor
contracts end higher INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
lows; central banks eyed MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracts on Bursa FBMKLCI 1,757.27 2.35 110.5M The US dollar held near 10-month low against JUL7 96.57 0.03
AUG7 96.54 0.01
Malaysia Derivatives ended higheryesterday, JUL 17 1,758.50 UNCH 4,198 33,114 -540 an index of other currencies yesterday as SEP7 96.53 0.01
taking the cue from the underlying cash AUG 17 1,759.00 0.50 83 398 50
the chances of US rate increase seemed to DEC7 96.48 0.01
SEP 17 1,758.50 0.50 47 345 1
market. DEC 17 1,759.00 1.50 12 173 1
dwindle but investors remained wary of MAR8 96.48 0.01
July 2017 remained unchanged at 1,587.5; TOTAL pushing it lower before major central banks JUN8 96.48 0.01
4,340 34,030 -488
SEP8 96.48 0.01
August 2017 and September 2017 rose 0.5 meetings. DEC8 96.48 0.01
points each to 1,759 and 1,758.5 respectively; FUTURES ROLL OVER BID OFFER CLOSE The European Central Bank and the Bank MAR9 96.48 0.01
JUL/AUG 1.0 0.5 1.0
and December rose1.5points to 1,759. of Japan meet this week, and market watchers JUN9 96.48 0.01
Turnover stood at 4,340 lots with open FUTURES FAIR VALUE will be looking to see if the recent strength of SEP9 96.48 0.01
DEC9 96.48 0.01
interest amountingto 34,040. CONTRACT DAYS TO EXPIRY KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE the euro and the yen influence their policy MAR0 96.48 0.01
The benchmark FBM KLCIfinished 2.35 JUL 17
AUG 17
13
43
1.83
6.42
0.00
5.65
1.83
0.77
outlooks. JUN0 96.48 0.01
points better at 1,757.27. ROLLS FAIR -1.06
We believe it is appropriate to drop the SEP0 96.48 0.01
Most Southeast Asian stock markets easing bias when it comes to quantitative DEC0 96.48 0.01
MAR1 96.48 0.01
closed higher yesterday, in line with Asian easing, said Manuel Oliveri, FX strategist
JUN1 96.48 0.01
peers, as investors looked beyond economic at Credit Agricole. SEP1 96.48 0.01
cues from the US to focus on corporate This makes sense after indicating the lower DEC1 96.48 0.01
earnings due next week. said Manny Cruz, analyst at Manila-based bound in rates was reached and is also a natural MAR2 96.48 0.01
Investors are positioning themselves for Asiasec Equities Inc. next step towards an announcement of actual JUN2 96.48 0.01
TOTAL 0 0
second-quarter earnings due next week, Agencies tapering in September this year. Reuters

Commodities CPO prices react to various factors including soyoil prices, weather conditions and stockpiles. Open interest shows either increasing or decreasing market participation.

CPO & Open Interest CPO vs Soyoil Crude Oil Gold


CPO RM/tonne Open Interest CPO RM/tonne Soyoil US$/Ibs US$/bbl US$/troy oz
4200 200000 6400 0.700 155.00 1980
0.3344
(RM3,159/tonne)
3450 5075 0.525 121.25 1660
152500 46.49
(+0.09)
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50 1340

1950 57500 2425 0.175 53.75 1020


2,523 1,239.40
(+10) 2,523 (-2.50)
1200 10000 20.00 700
1100 (+10) 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Jul 19, 2017 Apr 10, 2007 Jul 19, 2017 Aug 31, 2008 Jul 19, 2017
Jan 6, 2008 Jul 19, 2017

Palm oil rebounds from CPO futures Strong gasoline demand Commodities

losses on export expectations CONTRACT


AUG-17
LAST
2,579
CHANGE
-3
VOLUME
984
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
10,968 -828
lifts oil prices AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,523 10
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 672.00 36.50
SEP-17 2,538 8 6,344 48,809 -1,967
Malaysian palm oil futures rebounded Oil prices rose yesterday, supported by strong CORN USC/BSH CBOT 381.25 4.25
OCT-17 2,523 10 14,689 47,634 1,465
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 991.75 2.25
yesterday evening, lifted from an earlier NOV-17 2,527 14 4,192 44,187 -130 demand for gasoline, but rising output from
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 504.75 1.00
two-week low by expectations of stronger DEC-17 2,539 8 1,506 8,737 215 Opec producers revived concerns about a LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 116.88 1.75
cargo surveyor data due for release today. CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL persistent overhang of excess crude. COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 1,944 -3
The market had fallen on an expected INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER CURRENT FUTURES BASIS (USD) Brent crude futures were up 18 US cents COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 134.60 -0.30
AUG/SEP 41 -74.29
increase in production, with Malaysias palm AUG/OCT 56 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -96.51
at US$49.02 a barrel, while US West Texas SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 14.87 0.03
oil output on track to rebound this year AUG/NOV Intermediate crude futures were up nine US COTTON USC/IBS NYC 67.97 0.07
52 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -90.50
from an El Nino-affected 2016, though a SEP/OCT 15 cents at US$46.49 a barrel. METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 20,050 UNCH
Reuters poll of traders, planters and analysts SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) While US crude stocks rose by 1.6 million COPPER USC/IBS CMX 2.7250 -0.0055
suggested it will miss previous forecasts on SHIPMENT DAYS MAY17 JUN17 JUL17 barrels to 497.2 million barrels in the week GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,239.40 -2.50
a par with 2015s record high. 1 - 10TH DAYS 359/347 367/367 381/360 to July 14, gasoline stocks fell by a whopping PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 925.10 -2.80
The benchmark palm oil contract 1- 15TH DAYS 613/618 524/509 616/599
5.4 million barrels, the American Petroleum PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 860.95 0.80
for October delivery on Bursa Malaysia 11 -- 20TH DAYS
25TH DAYS
853/847
1,007/1,007
710/721
996/986
/
/
Institute (API) said on Tuesday. SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.20 -0.04
Derivatives rose 0.5% to RM2,523. It had FULL MONTH The [gasoline] draws reported by the ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 14,550 75
1,310/1,306 1,210/1,190 /
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 22,915 -165
earlier dipped to RM2,494, its lowest since MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD API are very large and gasoline was already
July 4. MAR17 APR17 MAY17 JUN17 strong, Olivier Jakob of oil consultancy ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 46.49 0.09
Export figures are expected to look quite PRODUCTION 1,464 1,548 1,655 1,514 Petromatrix said. HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 1.5246 0.0097
good, said a futures trader in Kuala Lumpur, EXPORT
STOCKS
1,554
1,266
1,283
1,600
1,506
1,558
1,379
1,527
As long as you have gasoline that strong, NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 3.054 -0.019
referring to export data for the July 1 to July its very difficult to sell crude oil aggressively. BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 49.02 0.18
MPOB Palm oil physical
20 period scheduled for release today. Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 449.25 3.00
Overall shipments for the full month of (IN RM/TON) JUL17 AUG17 SEP17

July, however, are expected to be unchanged CPO DELD


PK EX-MILL
2,589.00 2,600.00
1,993.50 NO TRADE NO TRADE
NO TRADE Centrifuged Latex Rubber - Msia SMR 20
to slightly negative versus June. CPKO DELD NO TRADE 4,080.50 4,072.00 Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
In related oils, the December soybean RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
oil contract on the Chicago Board of Trade RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 512.00 672.00
rose 0.2%, while September soybean oil on RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 (+0.50) (+36.50)
1475
the Dalian Commodity Exchange was down MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE)
0.1%. The September palm olein contract REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
declined by 0.5%. NORTH 20.00% 561 19.00% 536 18.00% 511
Palm oil prices are affected by the SOUTH 20.00% 566 19.00% 541 18.00% 515
500 625
performances of other edible oils, which CENTRAL 20.00% 563 19.00% 538 18.00% 512
compete for a share in the global vegetable EAST COAST 20.00% 564 19.00% 539 18.00% 513 300 200
SABAH 22.00% 547 21.00% 524 20.00% 501 Jan 7, 2007 Jul 19, 2017 Jan 7, 2007 Jul 19, 2017
oils market. Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 555 21.00% 531 20.00% 507
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Daily top 20 active stocks
UNUSUAL MARKET ACTIVITIES TURNOVER CHANGE CHANGE PRICE PE DIVIDEND
FBM KLCI & KLCI futures intraday (000) (RM) (%) (RM) RATIO YIELD (%)
STOCK VOLUME CHANGE CHANGE CLOSE HIGH LOW MLAB 129,221.4 -0.070 -25.00 0.210 0.00
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) IWCITY 110,700.9 -0.080 -5.19 1.460 0.00
Index point
1764.0 IWCITY 110,701 -5.19 -0.080 1.460 1.730 1.450 AAX 53,275.0 0.010 2.53 0.405 40.31 0.00
1762.9 AAX 53,275 2.53 0.010 0.405 0.415 0.390 EKOVEST 46,058.7 -0.040 -3.42 1.130 11.00 1.03
1761.8 ADVCON 42,884 9.89 0.090 1.000 1.020 0.900 ADVCON 42,883.7 0.090 9.89 1.000 12.76 0.00
1760.7 MALTON-WB 39,930 7.14 0.035 0.525 0.575 0.485 UMWOG 40,613.2 -0.010 -2.94 0.330 0.00
1,758.50 GDEX 24,093 0.00 0.000 0.705 0.740 0.700 MALTON-WB 39,930.0 0.035 7.14 0.525 0.00
1759.6 KLCI futures (Unch)
FGV-C27 20,578 40.00 0.010 0.035 0.035 0.025 FRONTKN 27,770.6 -0.015 -3.95 0.365 15.08 0.00
1758.5
AAX-WA 19,076 7.14 0.015 0.225 0.230 0.205 MAYBANK 27,586.1 0.040 0.42 9.640 13.78 5.42
1757.4
MRCB-C9 13,258 125.00 0.025 0.045 0.060 0.025 ANZO 26,164.5 0.005 4.35 0.120 0.00
1756.3
KL Composite Index 1,757.27 GOCEAN 12,554 9.09 0.015 0.180 0.185 0.175 GDEX 24,093.3 UNCH UNCH 0.705 100.71 0.35
1755.2 (+2.35) FGV-C23 12,205 0.00 0.000 0.005 0.010 0.005 JOHAN 23,968.7 0.010 3.28 0.315 0.00
1754.1 INTA 12,083 3.28 0.010 0.315 0.320 0.305 VIVOCOM 22,774.4 -0.010 -6.90 0.135 12.95 0.00
1753.0 KEYASIC 10,380 3.57 0.005 0.145 0.160 0.140 DNEX-WD 21,381.7 -0.005 -1.64 0.300 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
JAG-WA 9,097 0.00 0.000 0.055 0.060 0.050 EKOVEST-WB 21,071.4 -0.010 -1.18 0.835 0.00
FPGROUP 8,628 4.73 0.040 0.885 0.885 0.850 FGV-C27 20,578.1 0.005 16.67 0.035 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI GDEX-WB 7,593 1.01 0.005 0.500 0.540 0.495 MLAB-WA 19,990.9 -0.015 -21.43 0.055 0.00
PRESBHD 7,388 -7.98 -0.190 2.190 2.390 2.170 DIALOG 19,497.3 0.040 2.09 1.950 29.48 1.26
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day AAX-WA 19,076.0 0.015 7.14 0.225 0.00
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 1,757.27 VIVOCOM-WB 18,132.8 -0.005 -9.09 0.050 0.00
traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
(+2.35) last 5 trading days. The table captures the build-up of interest in these companies and is thus a gauge of
market expectations for these counters. Top gainers and losers (ranked by RM)
1727.5
UP
1425.0 1,764.72 FBM KLCI up on China CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

optimism; Maybank rises DIN042300721


DLADY
100.100
59.100
1.400
0.700
UTDPLT
LCTITAN-CC
27.120
0.260
-0.760
-0.290
1122.5 BAT 43.600 0.600 FAREAST 8.700 -0.250
DIN040000223 99.500 0.500 PRESBHD 2.190 -0.190
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI rose 2.35 points or 0.1% ALLIANZ-PA 13.920 0.460 PENTA 3.430 -0.190
820.0 yesterday to 1,757.27, as China shares gained amid optimism AJI 25.760 0.300 MTOUCHE 0.510 -0.170
Jan 2, 2008 Jul 19, 2017 on the countrys economy. TECGUAN 1.850 0.170 PANAMY 37.200 -0.140
In China, the Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index CHINTEK 8.000 0.140 KESM 16.060 -0.140
900
rose 1.36%, while Hong Kongs Hang Seng Index added POLY 0.640 0.125 BURSA 10.000 -0.120
MMSV 1.630 0.120 F&N 25.160 -0.120
0.56%.
600 LATITUD 5.580 0.110 PPB 16.720 -0.120
Reuters reported that optimism on Chinas economy SAB 4.900 0.100 GENTING 9.340 -0.110
300 underpinned Asian shares and commodities. It was reported
that Chinas major share indices rebounded yesterday as Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
0
investors piled into blue chips after robust economic growth
Volume (mil)
data and on expectations that Beijing is stepping up efforts UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
to reform lumbering and inefficient state companies.
FBM KLCI futures Inter-Pacific Securities Sdn Bhd research head Pong Teng MRCB-C9 0.045 125.00 LCTITAN-CC 0.260 -52.73

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


Siew told theedgemarkets.com: The index (FBM KLCI) KAREX-C1 0.100 122.22 SEM-CF 0.020 -42.86
ENGKAH-WA 0.160 100.00 TM-C14 0.010 -33.33
JUL 17 1,758.50 UNCH 1,764.00 1,757.00 seems to be trying to hold [at current] levels. MRCB-C12 0.025 66.67 ARMADA-C23 0.030 -33.33
AUG 17 1,759.00 0.50 1,763.50 1,758.00 Across Bursa Malaysia, 2.17 billion shares valued at UEMS-C42 0.025 66.67 FGV-C25 0.025 -28.57
SEP 17 1,758.50 0.50 1,763.00 1,757.00
RM2.29 billion were traded. Gainers outpaced decliners at MRCB-C13 0.015 50.00 GAMUDA-C36 0.090 -28.00
406 to 383 respectively. HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 MTOUCHE-WB 0.130 -25.71
FBM KLCI sensitivity* Notable among most-active stocks was Malayan Banking CNOUHUA 0.035 40.00 MLAB 0.210 -25.00

KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME Bhd (Maybank). Maybank share gains appeared to have FGV-C27 0.035 40.00 MTOUCHE 0.510 -25.00
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) DIGI-C19 0.035 40.00 DBE-WB 0.015 -25.00
CIMB GROUP 1.35 0.090 6.420 12895.6
given the FBM KLCI a last-minute push. DRBHCOMC26 0.120 33.33 LCTITAN-CD 0.265 -24.29
MAYBANK 0.70 0.040 9.640 27586.1 Maybank shares added four sen to close at RM9.64 with FGV-C26 0.040 33.33 MEDAINC-WB 0.050 -23.08
GENTING MALAYSIA 0.69 0.070 5.820 5174.7 some 28 million shares traded. Maybank was Bursas ninth
IHH HEALTHCARE 0.54 0.040 5.950 2043.7 most-active stock. Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
AXIATA GROUP 0.45 0.030 4.680 2895.7 Malaysian consumer prices in June rose 3.6% from a year
PETRONAS CHEMICAL 0.40 0.030 6.940 4782.3 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO 0.28 0.600 43.600 272.7
earlier, government data showed, compared with a Reuters CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
PETRONAS GAS 0.26 0.080 18.860 760.7 estimate of 3.9%. by Samantha Ho MRCB-C9 0.045 125.00 LCTITAN-CC 0.260 -52.73
DIGI.COM 0.26 0.020 4.790 4428.6
World equity indices KAREX-C1 0.100 122.22 SEM-CF 0.020 -42.86
PPB GROUP -0.23 -0.120 16.720 316.9 ENGKAH-WA 0.160 100.00 TM-C14 0.010 -33.33
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED -0.29 -0.070 9.080 382.6 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE MRCB-C12 0.025 66.67 ARMADA-C23 0.030 -33.33
HONG LEONG BANK -0.36 -0.100 15.700 1262.6
DOW JONES 21,574.73 -54.99 INDONESIA 5,806.69 -15.66 UEMS-C42 0.025 66.67 FGV-C25 0.025 -28.57
TELEKOM MALAYSIA -0.37 -0.060 6.390 2669.7
S&P 500 2,460.61 1.47 JAPAN 20,020.86 20.95 MRCB-C13 0.015 50.00 GAMUDA-C36 0.090 -28.00
TENAGA NASIONAL -0.37 -0.040 14.120 4980.6
NASDAQ 100 5,880.10 40.36 KOREA 2,429.94 3.90 HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 MTOUCHE-WB 0.130 -25.71
AMMB HOLDINGS -0.45 -0.090 5.010 1334.3
FTSE 100 7,390.22 -13.91 PHILIPPINES 7,972.90 19.98 FGV-C27 0.035 40.00 DBE-WB 0.015 -25.00
GENTING -0.69 -0.110 9.340 2937.6
AUSTRALIA 5,732.13 44.73 SINGAPORE 3,325.07 18.99 DIGI-C19 0.035 40.00 LCTITAN-CD 0.265 -24.29
SUB-TOTAL 2.15
CHINA 3,230.98 43.41 TAIWAN 10,506.10 24.84 DRBHCOMC26 0.120 33.33 MEDAINC-WB 0.050 -23.08
OTHERS 0.20
HONG KONG 26,672.16 147.22 THAILAND 1,575.85 4.33 FGV-C26 0.040 33.33 MLAB-WA 0.055 -21.43
GRAND TOTAL 2.35
INDIA 31,955.35 244.36 VIETNAM 771.30 3.81 DPS-WA 0.020 33.33 BURSA-C12 0.095 -20.83
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