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MONDAY JULY 31, 2017 ISSUE 2461/2017

FINANCIAL
IMF sees
medium-
term risks

DAILY
in Asia
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AYS Ventures
expects healthy
earnings growth
in FY18
Developers shrinking
5 HOME BUSINESS unbilled sales
HeiTech Padu eyes
10% of software
testing market
NOT QUITE A CONCERN
by 2020 Most analysts believe sales may pick up albeit
at a slower pace moving forward.
Supriya Surendran has the story on Page 3.

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PKNS delays REIT


plan to 2019
11 H O M E

Changing the govt


is no guaranteed
solution Najib
12 H O M E

Passing of e-hailing
services law a key
step Liow Asean vows cooperation with the Middle
2 0 2 1 L I VE I T !

Rolls-Royce unveils
East amid growing militant threat
PA G E 2
the Phantom VIII
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ON EDGE T V Asean vows


www.theedgemarkets.com cooperation with
the Middle East
amid growing
militant threat
BY TO M A L L A R D
Sunway,
MANADO (Indonesia): Southeast
Wah Seong Asian nations will cooperate more
light up Bursa closely with intelligence and law
enforcement authorities from the
Middle East amid grave concerns
about an elevated threat from Is-
lamic State (IS) in the region.
Representatives from four South-
east Asian nations, Australia and New
Zealand met in the Indonesian city

How Steve Wynn


of Manado on Saturday to develop
a response to the increased danger
The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd
posed by IS, highlighted by the oc-
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Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya,

lost US$10m
Selangor, Malaysia
tants owing allegiance to the group.
The battle has sparked alarm
that as IS suffers reversals in Iraq
Publisher and Group CEO Ho Kay Tat and Syria, it is seeking to create a
stronghold in the region, buttressed
EDITORIAL by Southeast Asian fighters return-
For News Tips/Press Releases ing from the Middle East and other
Tel: 03-7721 8219 Fax: 03-7721 8038
Email: eeditor@bizedge.com militants inspired by the ultra-rad-
ical group and the Marawi conflict.
Editor-in-Chief Azam Aris
Executive Editors Ooi Inn Leong,
The bottom fell out and all the players won millions playing baccarat Describing the regional threat
from Islamist militants as growing
Kathy Fong, Jenny Ng, Diana Khoo
Senior Editors Cindy Yeap, and rapidly evolving, a joint state-
Jose Barrock, Joyce Goh, BY CHRISTOP HER PALM E RI The loss occurred at baccarat ta- happen in the casino business. ment by the participants called for
Kang Siew Li & DANIELA W EI bles at the Wynn Palace, the new The Wynn Palace, which opened enhanced information sharing, as
Associate Editors R B Bhattacharjee, US$4.2 billion resort on Macaus Co- in August of last year, has disap- well as cooperation on border con-
Vasantha Ganesan
Assistant Editors Adeline Paul Raj, LOS ANGELES/HONG KONG: In tai Strip. In a system prevalent in that pointed in other ways. Construction trol, deradicalisation, law reform
Tan Choe Choe, Ben Shane Lim, the casino business, its a cliche market, junket operators bring high on all sides of the new property has and countering Islamists prolific
Chua Sue Ann, Kharie Hisyam that the house always wins. But at rollers to the casinos, front them cash hampered access, Wynn said. The use of social media to plan attacks
Alimman, Kanagaraju S Wynn Resorts Ltd last quarter, the and set them up in private rooms. shortfall there contributed to a sec- and lure recruits.
Sithambaram
Chief Copy Editor Halim Yaacob tables turned. The casinos pay the operators a com- ond-quarter earnings miss at Wynn The meeting was co-hosted by
Senior Copy Editor Melanie Proctor Last Tuesday, casino billionaire mission based on the amount their Resorts. The shares lost almost 8% Indonesia and Australia. The other
Copy Editors Tham Yek Lee, Steve Wynn (pic) revealed that a clients bet, and are on the hook for of their value over two days. participants were Malaysia, the Phil-
Tham Kid Cheng junket operator in his Macau casi- the gamblers winnings. The volatility of the business has ippines, Brunei and New Zealand.
Art Director Sharon Khoh
Chief Graphic Designer Cheryl Loh nos essentially a subcontractor The bottom fell out and all of prompted some casino operators The main initiative was a law en-
Design Team Valerie Chin, brought in clients whose win- the players won millions of dollars, to report their results on a hold-ad- forcement dialogue to be co-hosted
Mohd Yusry, Aaron Boudville, nings cost the casino more than said the 75-year-old casino mogul. justed basis, meaning they also tell by the Indonesian and Australian po-
Aminullah Abdul Karim, US$10 million (RM42.8 million) Gambling is a matter of probabil- investors what revenue would have lice forces in August, bringing togeth-
Noorain Duasa, Tun Mohd Zaan
Mohd Zaabah in April, an astonishing swing for ities, and with baccarat the swings been had winnings been more in er key stakeholders affected by IS.
a business that can generate profit can be extreme. The game attracts line with historical norms. Two senior law enforcement
EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION of as much as US$50 million. the biggest bettors in the world and In January, Las Vegas Sands Corp sources at the Manado meeting
Manager Katherine Tan We had probably the most offers among the best odds for play- blamed one lucky gambler for con- said countries from the Middle East,
Senior Coordinator Maryani Hassan
unique statistical anomaly in my ers, with the house advantage av- tributing in part to a US$15 million to including Turkey, would attend
CORPORATE 50 years of doing this, the founder eraging 1.2%. That means a player US$20 million shortfall at its new Pa- the summit to kick off cooperation
Chief Operating Ocer and chief executive officer of Wynn can expect to lose US$1.20 for every risian resort in Macau. Last Wednes- across the two regions.
Lim Shiew Yuin Resorts told analysts on a conference US$100 bet over time. In slot ma- day, the company said the volatile According to Indonesian police,
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To advertise contact volume, one of our leading outlets Given the high volume of players to a US$100 million revenue bump ers of IS in Iraq and Syria, including
GL: (03) 7721 8000 lost money for the entire month. and betting, being unprofitable for a at its Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. 113 women.
Fax: (03) 7721 8288 The contractor was Suncity whole month is unusual, said Rob- Lets be clear, we had a lot of luck Marawi has been a hotbed of Isla-
Chief Commercial Ocer
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General Manager ket operators, according to people gaming at the University of Denver. said on an earnings call. I think it for militants from around the region.
Kingston Low (012) 278 5540 familiar with the matter. Contacted The odds are astronomical- bears repeating that this is a highly While Asean, the multilateral
Senior Sales Managers by Bloomberg, Suncity said it didnt ly high, he said in an email. Of concentrated segment that a couple regional forum made up of 10 na-
Fong Lai Kuan (012) 386 2831
Gregory Thu (012) 376 0614 have any information to disclose course, black swans do occur and of dozen players can make a differ- tions, has long had a framework for
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Michael Tan (012) 213 0252 extremism, analysts and officials
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Venezuelan candidate killed


Head of Marketing Support & Ad Trac A report last week from the Jakar-
Lorraine Chan (03) 7721 8001 ta-based Institute for Policy Analysis
Email: advertising@bizedge.com of Conflict identified formidable ob-
stacles to greater cooperation among
OPERATIONS
To order copy Indonesia, Malaysia and the Phil-
Tel: 03-7721 8034 / 8033 BY M AR IA ISABEL S ANC HE Z on the 545-member citizens Con- northern city of Maracay. ippines, the front-line states facing
Fax: 03-7721 8282 stituent Assembly empowered to In the west of Caracas, national the Islamist threat in Southeast Asia.
Email: hotline@bizedge.com CARACAS: Deadly violence erupted dissolve the opposition-controlled guard troops fanning out to put down These include the deep-seat-
TheEdgeProperty.com around a controversial vote held in congress and change laws as it re- any disruption to the election used ed political distrust between the
Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief
Venezuela yesterday, with a candi- forms the nations constitution. armoured vehicles and fired shots to Philippines and Malaysia that im-
Au Foong Yee date to the all-powerful assembly A candidate for the new body in disperse protesters blocking roads. pedes information sharing; concern
Editor Lam Jian Wyn being elected shot dead in his home Venezuelas south-eastern town of Ci- The opposition has called for a from Indonesia and Malaysia police
Contributing Editor Sharon Kam and troops firing weapons to clear udad Bolivar, 39-year-old lawyer Jose boycott and mass demonstrations about mixed loyalties of local coun-
Assistant Editor James Chong
protesters in Caracas. Felix Pineda, was killed from multiple against the election, which it calls a terparts in Mindanao, especially
MARKETING & ADVERTISING The unrest highlighted the ten- shots fired by assailants who broke into bid by Maduro to instal a dictator- given clan and family links; and
Associate Account Director, sions over the vote called by belea- his home overnight, prosecutors said. ship with the backing of the military. institutional disjunctures that give
Advertising & Marketing guered President Nicolas Maduro He was the second candidate Four months of protests against the lead in counterterrorism to the
Heidee Ahmad (019) 388 1880
despite months of demonstrations to be murdered, after the July 10 Maduro and the new assembly have police in Indonesia and Malaysia
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT and fierce international criticism. death of another, Jose Luis Ri- left more than 100 people dead. but to the military in the Philip-
Senior Manager Elizabeth Lay He is gambling his four-year rule vas, as he was campaigning in the AFP pines, the report said. Reuters
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 3

Developers shrinking unbilled


sales not quite a concern
Most analysts believe sales may pick up albeit at a slower pace moving forward
BY S UPR I YA SU REND RA N Table 1: Unbilled sales of property developers and this fell further in 2016 to
203,064 units transacted at a to-
KUALA LUMPUR: The contrac- AS AT DEVELOPER 2017 2016 tal of RM65.57 billion.
tion in unbilled sales in the past May 31 Eco World Development Group Bhd RM6.32 billion RM4.5 billion While unbilled sales are
one year may not pose that much Jan 31 Gamuda Bhd RM2 billion RM 1 billion shrinking, many developers are
of a concern to property devel- April 30 Glomac Bhd RM556 million RM652 million
seeing rising inventories on their
opers earnings. balance sheets an indication
March 31 Eastern & Oriental Bhd RM841 million RM1.2 billion
The decline in unbilled sales of unsold units piling up.
is quite a surprise, said analysts June 30 Hua Yang Bhd RM204.31 million RM410.07 million As the inventories are prop-
who track the domestic property March 31 Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd RM859.5 million RM621.4 million erties and not machinery, taking
sector, as the smaller figures are March 31 Mah Sing Group Bhd RM3.5 billion RM4.53 billion them off the balance sheet is not
mainly due to the delay of new June 30 I-Bhd RM334.7 million RM718.6 million as simple as a write-off they
launches after the puncture of March 31 Sime Darby Bhd RM1.78 billion RM1.28 billion would need to be sold.
the property boom in 2015. How- March 31 MKH Bhd RM638 million RM827 million
Rising number of unsold units
ever, most of them concur that raises concern about whether
March 31 S P Setia Bhd RM7.84 billion RM8.6 billion
things are unlikely to get worse, this would affect their cash flow.
instead sales may pick up albeit March 31 Tambun Indah Land Bhd RM153.8 million RM354.42 million One bank-backed analyst
at a slower pace moving forward. March 31 Tropicana Corp Bhd RM2.3 billion RM3 billion opined that it does have cash
HLIB Research property an- March 31 UEM Sunrise Bhd RM3.7 billion RM4.7 billion flow implications, but pointed out
alyst Lee Meng Horng said that March 31 UOA Development Bhd RM1.57 billion RM1.1 billion that developers would be able to
the declining level of unbilled April 30 LBS Bina Group Bhd RM1.41 billion RM1.11 billion find ways to sell the inventories.
sales recorded by most devel- Sources: Bursa Malaysia announcements and news reports
I dont think its a main point
opers today are reflective of the of worry at this juncture; usu-
softer market conditions in 2015 ally there are ways for develop-
and 2016. yet to contribute significantly. Table 2: Inventory levels of developers ers to take the inventories off
Many property developers In its review on the company the balance sheet, for example
held back launches in 2015 and dated July 14, Kenanga Research AS AT DEVELOPER 2017 (RM000) 2016 (RM000) there could be related party sales
2016, and when they dont launch noted that Hua Yangs unbilled April 30 Eco World Development Group Bhd 24,707 25,025 transactions in the form of sales
they dont sell, hence the replen- sales of RM204 million would April 30 Gamuda Bhd 214,192 146,832 of the unsold units to directors,
ishment of unbilled sales was only last for another one to two April 30 Glomac Bhd 153,230 120,058
he said.
not there. quarters. Developers have long put the
For this year most develop- We opine that Hua Yang March 31 Eastern & Oriental Bhd 456,947 212,620 blame on tougher lending re-
ers have guided on a flat growth should be more aggressive in driv- June 30 Hua Yang Bhd 36,961 42,784 quirements from banks that have
in sales, barring a downturn in ing its sales from its launched March 31 Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd 383,216 459,907 led to the slowdown in the prop-
their forecasts, I dont think the projects, which have received March 31 Mah Sing Group Bhd 345,538 176,470 erty market, with calls to review
declining levels of unbilled sales slow response from the market, June 30 I-Bhd 136,672 54,904 housing loan criteria for poten-
are indications of a deteriorating said Kenanga Research. March 31 S P Setia Bhd 851,429 831,674 tial buyers of affordable houses.
property market, he told The Year to date, Hua Yangs share March 31 Tambun Indah Land Bhd 1,378 1,960
However, in a July 18 state-
Edge Financial Daily. price fell by 24% to 86 sen last ment, Bank Negara Malaysia
Kenanga Investment Bank Friday. Kenanga Research had March 31 Tropicana Corp Bhd 35,155 128,542 highlighted that the hindrance
head of equities research Sarah an underperform call on Hua March 31 UEM Sunrise Bhd 633,534 407,647 to home ownership was the af-
Lim Fern Chieh opined that inves- Yang, with a target price (TP) of March 31 UOA Development Bhd 216,869 132,820 fordability of homes, an issue
tors should not look at unbilled 95 sen. The research outfit noted March 31 LBS Bina Group Bhd 184,541 99,910 which had yet to show significant
sales alone. that it does not rule out the po- Source: Bursa Malaysia improvement.
As long as unbilled sales vis- tential of a cash call if Hua Yang The central bank noted that the
ibility remains close to one year acquires the remaining 70% stake average national house prices re-
in general and also assuming that in Magna Prima Bhd in the future. drop sharply upon delivery of definitely improved compared mained at 4.4 times of the median
developers can maintain flat- Lim said that some bigger certain overseas projects, so for with previous years. income the affordable range
tish sales over the next couple the bigger players with overseas I am constantly talking to es- is 3.0 and below with lower
of years, it would mean steady exposure their unbilled sales may tate agents and property players affordability recorded for some
earnings trajectory over the next Many property not be truly representative of their out there every single day and major states and urban cities.
few years. developers held back real earnings visibility, she said. the feedback I get from them is It pointed out that RM40 bil-
For example, looking at the launches in 2015 and midst For S P Setia, which is in the they are busier now than they lion of housing loans had been
overall sector, if you talk about of taking over its sister com- were last year. approved in the first five months
good days of 2013 to 2014 we saw 2016, and when they pany I&P Group Sdn Bhd from its Although much of that busy- of 2017 to more than 152,000 bor-
our universe average unbilled dont launch they controlling shareholder Permoda- ness hasnt translated into sales, rowers, and that three quarters of
sales visibility peak at 1.5 years, dont sell, hence the lan Nasional Bhd for RM3.65 bil- usually the market starts buzzing them were first-time house buy-
and currently now, based on our lion cash, its unbilled sales stood before the sales come in. I think ers. The approval rate for hous-
average estimates, it is about 1.1 replenishment of at RM7.84 billion as at March 31, 2017 would be a flattish year in ing loans has also been stable at
years, she told The Edge Finan- unbilled sales was not from RM8.6 billion a year ago. terms of property sales, while 74%, it said.
cial Daily. there. In a June 23 note, HLIB Re- 2018 and 2019 should improve An analyst with a local invest-
Property developer Hua Yang search said it remained positive barring any unforeseen circum- ment bank said the core issue of
Bhd has reported unbilled sales about the proposed acquisition stances, he said. housing loans isnt approvals, in-
halved to RM204.31 million as of I&P Group given the attractive National Property Information stead its the margin of financing.
of June 30, 2017 from RM410.07 property players, such as S P Se- acquisition price which is revised Centre data from 2001 to 2016 in- I think the issue is more on
million in June last year. Hua tia Bhd that have overseas con- net asset value-accretive. The firm dicated that 2012 had the highest getting the right margin of fi-
Yangs earnings took a beating. tributions, may have distorted had a buy call on S P Setia with number of residential property nancing, for example a person
The companys net profit plunged unbilled sales visibility due to a TP of RM4. transactions during the 16-year who applies for a housing loan
nearly 93% to RM1.72 million for timing of contributions from their Axis REIT Managers Bhd head period at 272,669 units worth expects to get a loan that covers
the first financial quarter ended overseas developments as sales of investments and Malaysian In- RM67.76 billion. 90% of the house price, but the
June 30, 2017, while its quarter- are only recognised on a comple- stitute of Estate Agents immediate In terms of value of trans- bank grants 85% and the person
ly revenue contracted 62.5% to tion basis, rather than progressive past president Siva Shanker said actions recorded, 2014 was the ends up forking out the remain-
RM47.94 million. billings as done so here. that though it is too soon to say highest with 247,251 units worth ing 5%, which for many people
The group explained that the For the bigger players such as whether there will be a residen- RM82.06 billion transacted. nowadays it is tough to do that
lower profitability was because its S P Setia, you may see a massive tial property market upturn this Both volume and value de- and may delay them from going
new launches were at preliminary build-up in unbilled sales over year from the nightmare years clined in 2015, with 235,967 units through with buying the house,
stages of construction, and had a period of time and they may of 2015 and 2016, the situation has transacted at RM73.47 billion, he said.
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IMF sees medium-term risks in Asia


Malaysia susceptible to changes in Chinese economy, says fund
BY SA M A N THA H O of the most susceptible economies to whether or not a faster-than-expect-
any spillovers, adverse or otherwise, Exposure to China spillovers ed rate hike is positive or negative for
KUALA LUMPUR: Asian coun- from shifts in Chinese economic ac- the world economy largely depends
tries remain the bright spot of tivity (see chart). China is Malaysias on the Feds reasons for the hike.
the worlds economy, but medi- largest trading partner by country, To the extent that the Fed pro-
um-term uncertainties are clouding registering 16.4% or RM25.21 billion Trade channel ceeds because the US economy is
their horizon, says the International as at May 2017, according to statis- stronger, it would be good news for
Monetary Fund (IMF). tics from the international trade and Thailand, Vietnam the world economy. It would be a
While economies such as Chi- industry ministry. different matter if the Fed were to
na, Japan, India and the Asean-5 While the IMF has upgraded its proceed because inflation is picking
(Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philip- 2017 growth forecast for China by up, [but] we dont see those signs
South Korea, Australia
pines, Thailand and Vietnam) are 0.1% to 6.7% to reflect the countrys so far, he said.
Singapore
set to drive the lions share of world strong first-quarter results, Mile- In the event that rates are raised,
Taiwan
growth, key risks remain, said IMF si-Ferretti pointed out that Chinas however, markets that are more
deputy director of research, Gian excessive credit growth could end in exposed to capital flow volatility
Malaysia
Maria Milesi-Ferretti. an abrupt slowdown that would have and which are less firm may suffer
Right now, foreign investors are adverse effects on other countries. Japan New Zealand from more strained global financial
in a really good mood not just He added that as Malaysia is also Indonesia conditions, he said.
about Malaysia, but generally. But an exporter of commodities, there In coping with such risks, Mile-
we know that those moods change could be headwinds from lower rev- Financial channel Commodity price si-Ferretti recommended that coun-
and there are many factors out there enues on that score. channel tries, including Malaysia, main-
that could push global confidence In the World Economic Outlook tain flexible exchange rate policies,
in a direction that is less optimistic, update, the IMF had recommended which could act as a shock absorber
Milesi-Ferretti said in an interview that commodity exporters should Source: International Monetary Fund for more open economies.
with The Edge Financial Daily. prepare themselves for lower rev- Depreciation [of the ringgit]
These include a slowdown in Chi- enues, as any changes to the eco- could be used to make Malaysian
nas economic growth, the tightening nomic trajectory in China could add regularly see high capital inflows pected pace of interest rate normal- assets more attractive to foreign in-
of monetary policy in the US, and downside risks to emerging markets. and outflows. isation will have to be reconciled at vestors as [it would lead to] a decline
the threat of protectionist policies We have seen how a decline in While the tightening of its balance some point, he said. in the prices of exports, he said.
in major economies, he said. levels of investment in China, though sheet is not expected to happen very Either markets will come to re- At the launch of the WEOs July
At a media briefing on the its still sky-high compared to most other quickly as the US Federal Reserve alise that the Fed will raise interest update, IMF economic counsellor
July update to the World Economic countries, was a major factor behind (Fed) intends to proceed in a da- rates a little faster than they expect, and director of the research de-
Outlook (WEO) last week, the IMF the recent adjustment to commodity ta-dependent way, Milesi-Ferretti in which case long-term rates will go partment, Maurice Obstfeld, com-
said it has revised upwards Malay- prices, said Milesi-Ferretti. said the level at which the countrys up, or it will turn out that the market mended Malaysias steady-handed
sias 2017 gross domestic product Meanwhile, a tightening of US Federal Open Market Committee in- is right, and that the world economy approach to monetary policy so far
growth forecast to 4.8% from 4.5% monetary policy will also play a sig- tends to increase interest rates cur- needs more support, he said. and successful efforts to increase
previously, based on the countrys nificant role in shaping the path of rently appears to be steeper than As of yet, the Fed appears to be the sustainability of debt levels,
strong first-quarter data. Asian economies, particularly for market expectations. playing along with market expecta- which have been trending down-
However, Malaysia remains one more open emerging markets that This divergence between the ex- tions, Milesi-Ferretti noted. However, wards.

AYS Ventures expects healthy earnings growth in FY18


BY N E I LY SYA FI QA H EU SO FF business will be affected, he said. a recovery in steel prices and ex- ing, said Pooi Foon, adding that a warehousing service.
There is a capex commitment; pectations of higher demand as a the groups customers would then It is actually a warehousing ser-
SHAH ALAM: Steel product man- the entire capex is about RM35 mil- result of the ongoing mega infra- be able to reduce their manpower vice for us to keep steel products.
ufacturer AYS Ventures Bhd has lion. However, some [RM7 million] structure projects in Malaysia. Its and transport resources and speed We will be the anchor customer
earmarked about RM35 million has been incurred, Yung Sim told share price closed at 60 sen last up the workflow. of this warehouse, and, of course,
for capital expenditure (capex) in The Edge Financial Daily recently. Friday, compared with the recent Yung Sim said the CNC facility we will also offer to sell it to other
the current financial year ending Yung Sim believes that demand peak at 66 sen on June 13. was expected to be commissioned customers, he said.
March 31, 2018 (FY18) to install a for steel products is still on the Previously, AYS was only in- by the third financial quarter end- The group exports its products
fully automatic computer numer- growth path, and AYS is expect- volved in the trading of steel prod- ing Dec 31, 2017. to China, Laos, the Middle East,
ical control (CNC) facility, cou- ing healthy earnings growth in FY18 ucts. Over the years, the group has The machine is still in the pro- Singapore, South Africa, Vietnam
pled with a warehouse complex and beyond. broadened its product range to pro- cess to come into our premises. The and other Asean countries.
building, within the Port Klang Free vide value-added services as well. actual operation commencement In fact, we already have exports;
Zone (PKFZ). The CNC structural steel facility, would probably be [in] early next only the quantum is not that much.
Its executive director, Oh Yung known as a service centre, will pro- year, he said. But we think as we have invested
Sim said the capex spent was ex- The focus is on how duce steel structural components In addition, Pooi Foon said the in a warehouse within PKFZ, this
pected to improve the groups per- to keep improving the in accordance with customers de- new processing facility would also would help us to expand to more
formance in terms of achieving group. With the new signs and requirements. enable the group to develop IBS, areas, Yung Sim said.
greater cost efficiency as well as It is a value-added service com- which was in line with the Malay- Currently, AYS operates three
cultivating better earnings growth. expenditure, it should plementing our trading whereby the sian governments objective of pro- factories and three warehouses in
This would also enable AYS to improve the companys machine is used for [the] cutting moting IBS. Klang, Selangor, covering a com-
venture into the industrialised performance. and drilling of the material (steel). IBS is actually known as a final- bined factory and warehousing
building system (IBS) a con- It can be called the beam ser- ised system; it is like Lego which is area of about 425,000 sq ft.
struction technique that the gov- vice centre (long product service ready to [be] assembled. Upon completion, the combined
ernment is urging construction centre). Basically, it is a service Through this concept, the mate- factory and warehousing area of
firms to adopt. centre to cater to our existing range rials that are used for construction the group will increase to about
The focus is on how to keep For the full financial year end- of products then we have val- will be ready to [be] assembled at 578,000 sq ft.
improving the group. With the new ed March 31, 2017 (FY17), AYS ue-added services, Yung Sim said. the site. They dont need to rely Yung Sim said the warehousing
expenditure, it should improve the net profit grew by 236% to RM27.8 Meanwhile, Jess Oh Pooi Foon, so much on labour and it reduc- operation is targeted to commence
companys performance. million from RM8.3 million earlier. who is also the companys executive es environmental issues as well, by the first quarter of next year.
Our hope is always positive, al- Revenue, however, dropped 10.4% director, said the groups ability to she added. The warehouse is an ongoing
though uncertainties happen every to RM530.1 million against RM591.4 produce custom-made products On the warehouse complex, project; it is still in progress and
day. As long as our government in- million in FY16. will allow it to have a stronger col- Yung Sim noted that the group has expected to be ready by FY18.
frastructure projects [are] still there, AYS share price has gained laboration with customers. leased a plot of land measuring Physical completion will proba-
we think it should be positive unless about 83% since the start of the We actually take up part of their 10 acres (4.05ha) within PKFZ to bly be in the third quarter, but we will
our country stops the [infrastruc- year, thanks to renewed interest (customers) work, and help them in build a covered warehouse of about be able to start operation during [the]
ture] developments then our in steel-related companies amid terms of cost-saving and time-sav- 150,000 sq ft, which will operate as last quarter of FY18, he explained.
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
HOME BUSINESS 5

HeiTech Padu eyes


10% of software testing
Hilmey said
the group now
prefers to secure
several smaller
contracts, rather

market by 2020
than a single
large-sized
contract like in
the past. Photo
by Patrick Goh

Group plans to expand segment into stand-alone business division


BY A H M AD NAQ I B I D RI S ing the TMMI certification. Be-
& E M I R Z A I NU L sides us, theres Mesiniaga Bhd.
The local software testing mar-
KUALA LUMPUR: HeiTech Padu ket is currently dominated by
Bhd is eyeing to secure 10% of big international firms such as
the Malaysian software testing Tata Consultancy Services and
market by 2020, as the group aims Accenture.
to set up a new software testing Most of the GLCs (govern-
business segment. ment-linked companies) are hir-
According to International ing consultants from overseas, so
Data Corp, the local software we want to capture that market,
testing market is projected to he said.
be worth US$2.9 billion by 2020, Ariff added that the TMMI cer-
compared to US$319 billion in tification will also make it easier
2012. for the group to market its ser-
While software testing is not vices in foreign markets.
new for the ICT solutions pro- While the software testing seg-
vider, as it forms a part of the ment is expected to eventually
groups provision of end-to-end be one of the groups core busi-
solutions, HeiTech Padu chair- nesses, Hilmey said it will take
man Datuk Seri Mohd Hilmey some time before the segment
Taib said the group is now plan- sees significant contributions.
ning to expand the segment into Its still early days. We have
a standalone business division. not really been aggressive in mar-
He said the group is expecting keting our software testing ser-
the demand for software testing vice as we need to understand
to grow with the requirement for how the market behaves. How-
testing by an independent ver- ever, we are targeting to secure at
ification and validation (IVV) least 10% of the market in 2020,
partner being made mandato- he said.
ry in 2016. Meanwhile, the group will fo-
Hilmey said there are current- cus on delivering its outstand-
ly four IVV partners in Malaysia, ing contracts under its IT seg-
including HeiTech Padu. ment, which will continue to be
In 2016, the government the main earnings driver for the
adopted a new policy, which is group.
being circulated by the finance Hilmey said the group now
ministry, that stated all mission prefers to secure several small-
critical systems, such as those er contracts, rather than a single
used by the Royal Malaysian Cus- large-sized contract like in the
toms and the Inland Revenue past, as the contributions from
Board, are to be tested and cer- bigger jobs tend to be lumpy.
tified by an IVV partner. We would prefer to get a few
This requirement is still new RM10 million-sized projects rath-
and most of the systems have yet er than just one RM300 million
to be certified, so there is huge project, so that our revenue
potential for us in this segment, stream would be more stable
he said. going forward, he said.
Most of the investment in For the first quarter ended
the software testing venture March 31, 2017, HeiTech Padus
has been for getting its employ- net profit jumped fivefold to
ees qualified as certified testers, RM2.54 million from RM456,000
said Hilmey, and it costs about in the previous years correspond-
RM250,000 per person. ing quarter, supported by better
To date, HeiTech Padu has margins from its IT division. Reve-
certified 20 employees, bring- nue rose 55% to RM133.86 million
ing the total investment to about from RM85.92 million.
RM5 million. Following the first-quarter
To further strengthen its cre- results, we hope to register better
dentials, HeiTech Padu is also financial performance in finan-
in the midst of acquiring anoth- cial year 2017 (FY17), driven by
er certification, known as the the managed services, data cen-
test maturity model integration tre and disaster recovery busi-
(TMMI) certification. nesses under the IT segment,
HeiTech Padu executive Hilmey said.
vice-president and group chief Year to date, HeiTech Padus
executive officer for the public share price has appreciated
sector division Ariff Mokhtar said 61.9%, vastly outperforming the
the TMMI certification is impor- FBM KLCIs 7.6% gain during
tant for the group to compete the same period. Last Friday,
with bigger players. the counter closed unchanged
In Malaysia, there are only at 91.5 sen, giving a market cap-
two software testers that are eye- italisation of RM92.62 million.
6 HOME BUSINESS M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

PKNS delays REIT plan to 2019


The proposal has been weighed down by a challenging rental market
BY SU LHI A ZMA N included the Shah Alam Conven- their business. Building owners investment activities in Malaysia, modate] strategic acquisitions,
tion Centre (SACC) Mall and Me- used to be able to raise rental rates according to the report, which as well as asset enhancement
KUALA LUMPUR: The Selangor nara PKNS Petaling Jaya, into a by 10% to 15% in the past, but to- was published by real estate firm programmes, he noted.
State Development Corp, better REIT and list it on Bursa Malaysia day, to even raise the rate by 5% is CBRE-WTW. Meanwhile, Fakru Radzi said
known as PKNS, has postponed within three years. a big challenge, Fakru Radzi said Ideally, Fakru Radzi said PKNS PKNS RE will be diversifying its
its initial target of establishing a Now, Fakru Radzi, who is now in a recent phone interview with RE wants to increase its total asset income pool by venturing into
real estate investment trust via its PKNS RE CEO, said the new time- The Edge Financial Daily. value to RM1 billion before estab- vehicle-parking management
property investment unit PKNS line to establish the REIT within the As such, many building own- lishing the REIT. via its wholly-owned unit Park
Real Estate Sdn Bhd (PKNS RE) next two years is just a preliminary ers are willing to keep the current We own six assets, which Here Sdn Bhd.
by 2018 to 2019, while it contin- target as the countrys rental mar- rental rates and will move to raise are currently valued [at] close to We are looking at the possibil-
ues to look for good buys to raise ket is going through a challenging the rates when economic pros- RM700 million. To be more ready, ity of acquiring a suitable parking
PKNS REs total asset value to cycle, affected by many macroeco- pects further improve, he added. we are looking for more good-qual- asset in the central region of Sel-
RM1 billion. nomic factors. According to the Asia Pacific ity assets perhaps Grade-A office angor. This will complement our
The proposal to set up a REIT The macroeconomic factors Real Estate Market Outlook 2017 space in prime areas, he said. rental business, and provide a re-
is an ongoing process, as many are affecting many building owners for Malaysia, the Klang Valley mar- One of the six assets is Menara curring revenue stream, he said.
building owners are grappling andd we see tenants cutting jobs, ket will continue to be a tenants Worldwide, a 25-storey office tower Going forward, Fakru Radzi
with the challenging rental mar- andd eventually relocating market with no fluctuation in in Bukit Bintang. The remaining five expects its assets to generate a
ket, PKNS chief executive officer rental expected, while build- comprise retail malls spread across stable rental yield of around 5%
(CEO) Noraida Mohd Yusof told Fakru Radzi: ing owners will be more Shah Alam, Bangi and Petaling Jaya. to 6% this year, in line with the
The Edge Financial Daily in an Macroeconomic factors aggressive in attracting Fakru Radzi said PKNS RE is still average market forecast of 6%
interview. are aecting many tenants. flush with ample liquidity and can that was projected by the Malay-
As for PKNS RE, they will building owners and Overall, rental rates take up another round of strategic sian REIT Managers Association.
need to improve their yield and we see tenants cutting continue to remain flat- acquisitions worth a total RM300 When PKNS RE establishes
at the same time scout for good jobs, and eventually tish [but] investment million, and that it has plenty of the REIT, the assets will be valued
assets, while waiting for the rental relocating their prospects remain firm, room to accommodate debt-fund- and the yield may range between
market to recover, added Norai- business. driven by the depreci- ed buys. 5.5% and 6%. Still, we wont be
da, who is also currently chairing Photo by Low Yen Yeing at e d c u r re n c y PKNS REs gearing currently complacent, and will continuous-
PKNS RE. which will fa- stood at 20%, and lower than 32% ly perform asset enhancement to
In 2015, this paper reported, vour foreign of the average gearing of compara- increase future yield, he added,
quoting PKNS RE general man- ble REITs with similar asset value noting that PKNS retail assets
ager Fakru Radzi Ab Ghani, that that are listed on Bursa Malaysia, have an average occupancy rate
PKNS was looking to put its com- he said. of more than 95%, while its office
mercial property assets, which This means we [can accom- asset is 75% occupied.

Crescendo sees better earnings in FY18


BY SU L HI A ZMA N holder of Crescendo, with a 70.6% Gooi added that an oversup- houses under the Johor affordable On Crescendos two educational
stake as at April 21, 2017. ply of high-rise developments, housing scheme with a combined institution businesses, namely the
KUALA LUMPUR: Crescendo Corp While acknowledging that Jo- together with a weaker ringgit, GDV of RM457 million over FY18 Crescendo International College
Bhd expects its property devel- hors property market sentiment have shifted demand to landed and FY19. (CIC) and the Crescendo-HELP
opment division to lift earnings had been soft, Gooi said Crescen- residential and more affordable Gooi said Crescendos land International School (CHIS) in Ulu
higher in the current financial year do was not worried at all, adding properties. bank currently stands at 2,763 Tiram, Johor, Gooi said CIC saw its
ending Jan 31, 2018 (FY18). that it was ever positive and op- Demand for landed residential acres (1,118ha), of which 1,443 student population grow to a record
The group nearly quadrupled timistic. and more affordable properties will acres or 52% are located within 1,007 students in FY17, thanks to
its net profit to RM70.31 million The major concern in regard to improve in view of better economic a 75km radius of the Johor city the colleges successful roll-outs of
in FY17 from RM17.69 million in demand is primarily in the high- growth and active developments centre. new diploma programmes.
FY16, mainly due to higher proper- rise residential market segment. within Iskandar Malaysia, he said. We are unable to estimate the [The] student population at
ty sales. Revenue jumped 30.7% to However, we are embarking on For the first financial quarter total potential GDV that can be CIC is expected to grow by a sin-
RM254.36 million from RM194.57 landed developments there com- ended April 30, 2017 (1QFY18), generated from the land, as a large gle-digit percentage this year, he
million for the previous year. prising not only residential units Crescendos net profit fell 32.5% part of the land bank development said, adding that the purpose-built
Crescendo chairman and man- but also factories and shop offic- to RM4.36 million from RM6.46 and building plans has not been campus has the capacity to accom-
aging director Gooi Seong Lim said es which enjoy better margins, million a year ago, while revenue finalised yet, said Gooi. modate up to 2,000 students at
the group had lined up several he added. slipped 0.9% to RM47.85 million However, the group has no any one time. Crescendo has no
properties in Johor for launches, Gooi also noted that demand from RM48.29 million in 1QFY17. plans to replenish its land bank immediate plans to upgrade CIC
with a total gross development for medium-cost landed homes in The group blamed the weak- for now. to university college status as yet.
value (GDV) of some RM300 mil- Johor Baru remains good because er first-quarter performance to On its construction business, As for CHIS, a joint venture with
lion in FY18. many Johoreans are employed in a change in the sales mix with a Gooi said Crescendo has no ex- local private education services
They comprise 881 affordable Singapore and hence are qualified higher proportion of residential tensive expansion plan to expand provider HELP International Corp
housing units, together with 268 for end-financing schemes. property sales which have a lower it further as it is seen as comple- Bhd, Gooi said the school com-
units of mid-market landed homes Other factors underpinning margin compared with commer- mentary to its property develop- menced its operation in February
and 36 units of shop offices. his optimism about the southern cial and industrial properties. ment business. this year, with a student population
Crescendo has a higher GDV states property market are a good Crescendo currently has un- Gooi said around 80% of the numbering 200 currently.
target for FY18, compared with the rental market, prime location and billed sales of RM180 million groups construction order book We expect the student intake
previous years GDV of RM288 mil- improvement in the residential which Gooi expects the group to comes from in-house projects, to be higher in this September
lion, which comprised eight units market. recognise over the next two finan- while the remaining 20% is from 2017 intake and the student pop-
of mid-market landed homes, 70 Property investors will also be cial years. external projects. ulation at the school is expected
units of various sizes of factories keen to buy our tenanted industrial We do not expect the gearing Crescendo will be cautious in to be doubled as we move along,
ranging from terrace to detached properties because they can get a to increase significantly in the near tendering external construction he said, adding that Crescendo is
factories, and 248 units of afforda- high return on their investment, future, and our financial footing contracts and will be selective to also mulling to venture into the
ble housing. Gooi said, adding that the rental remains resilient in challenging reduce the cash-flow risk. The con- preschool education segment in
Property sales [for FY18] market for industrial properties in times, he said. struction sector is currently very the near future.
should come in better than the Johor is expected to be good as it The group is also planning to competitive and the margin has Crescendo shares closed four
FY17 numbers, Gooi told The Edge can cater for industrialists who are launch four major projects consist- been trending down to [the] cur- sen or 2.48% higher at RM1.65 last
Financial Daily in a telephone currently not ready to enter into ing of residential units, factories, rent 7% level compared with more Friday, bringing a market capital-
interview. Gooi is a major share- purchase commitments. landed shoplots and affordable than 10% in the past, he added. isation of RM366.2 million.
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ELSOFT RESEARCH BHD (+ve) HOME BUSINESS


SHARES in Elsoft Research Bhd (funda- conductor, optoelectronic and automation
mental: 1.95/3, valuation: 2.1/3) triggered industries.

Saudi Aramcos US$7b


our momentum algorithm last Friday for Elsoft Research was recently featured on
the sixth time this year. the annual Best Under A Billion list by
The counter closed up 21 sen or 8.11% at Forbes Asia which highlights 200 leading

investment in Rapid tops


RM2.80 last Friday, after 1.87 million shares stock-traded companies in the Asia-Pacific
were traded, compared to its 200-day av- region, with annual revenue between US$5
erage volume of 222,824 shares. million (RM21.4 million) and US$1 billion.

Aseans M&A list


The group is an MSC-status company At the current share price, Elsoft Research
that provides ATE solutions to the semi- is trading at 7.18 times its book value.

ELSOFT RESEARCH BHD Valuation score* 2.10


Fundamental score** 1.95
TTM P/E (x) 19.92 BY ADE LA M EG AN WI LLY top deal in [Southeast Asia] during 1H,
TTM PEG (x) 0.36 the US$7 billion investment of a 50%
P/NAV (x) 6.70
KUALA LUMPUR: Saudi Aramcos US$7 stake in Malaysia-based Rapid project
billion (RM29.96 billion) investment in by Saudi Arabian Oil from [Petronas],
TTM Dividend yield (%) 3.07
the Refinery and Petrochemical Inte- it said.
Market capitalisation (mil) 709.82 grated Development (Rapid) project in Excluding this transaction, China
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 274.06 Pengerang, Johor, tops the list of biggest remained the main buyers for inbound
Beta 1.43 deals in Southeast Asia in the first half of activity in [Southeast Asia]. With 23 deals
12-month price range 1.07-2.67 2017 (1H17), according to Mergermarket. valued at US$3.2 billion, the country ac-
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
The investment enables Saudi Ara- counted for 17.3% of the total inbound
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength bia's state oil company to equally own value, it added.
& protability some facilities in massive downstream Meanwhile, outbound deal making
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have projects initiated by Petroliam Nasion- of Southeast Asian countries registered
al Bhd (Petronas), including 300,000 growth, with 64 deals worth US$5.9 bil-
barrels per day processing capacity, lion, up 14.56% by value, but with 11 few-
GEORGE KENT (MALAYSIA) BHD (-ve) and a steam cracker plant capable of
producing three million tonnes of pet-
er deals compared with 1H16 whereby
75 deals valued at US$5.9 billion were
SHARES in George Kent (Malaysia) Bhd 40 countries worldwide. rochemicals a year. secured.
(fundamental: 2.7/3, valuation: 1.5/3), In its first quarter ended April 30, 2017, Through the joint venture, Saudi Ar- Mergermarket said Singapore con-
which triggered our momentum algo- its net profit increased 23% to RM18.5 amco will supply up to 70% of the crude tinued to lead the outbound activity
rithm last Friday for the first time this million from RM15.01 million in the feedstock requirements of the refinery. with 47 transactions worth US$5.7 bil-
year, climbed 20 sen or 4.74% to RM4.42. previous year, on the back of better per- Petronas, on the other hand, will supply lion, accounting for 82.6% of the total
It saw 2.47 million shares traded, com- formance of both its engineering and gas, power and other utilities. outbound value.
pared to its 200-day average volume of metering divisions. Revenue increased The large investment took place de-
1.38 million shares. 5.3% to RM129.42 million from RM122.96 spite the sluggish 1H17 for mergers and
The group is a leading manufacturer million. acquisitions (M&A) activities in the
of water meters, valves and fittings, and At the current share price, George Kent region, whereby 180 deals valued at
Malaysia overtook
brass products, exporting to more than is trading at 3.98 times its book value. US$24.4 billion were recorded for the Singapore to become
year as compared with 213 deals and the highest performing
GEORGE KENT (MALAYSIA) BHD Valuation score* 1.50 US$28.8 billion sealed in 1H16, said
country by volume with
Fundamental score** 2.70 Mergermarket Group in its half-year re-
TTM P/E (x) 15.11 view titled South East Asia M&A Trend a record of eight deals
TTM PEG (x) 0.17 Report. announced, contributing
The report noted that the fresh invest-
P/NAV (x) 3.79
ment in Petronas Rapid project over-
two-third deals in total
TTM Dividend yield (%) 2.37 took the acquisition of Singapore-list- of Southeast Asias
Market capitalisation (mil) 1,584.66 ed logistics fi rm CWT Ltd by Chinas transport sector.
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 375.51 HNA Holding Group Co Ltd in a deal
Beta 1.03 worth close to US$1.91 billion, as well
12-month price range 1.55-4.35 as the US$1.2 billion Go-Jek-Tencent
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
deal, which saw China Internet giant
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength Tencent finalising a new round of in- On the other hand, the transport
& protability vestment totalling US$1.2 billion in In- sector recorded significant growth by
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have donesian start-up Go-Jek. value in 1H17 regionally, recording 12
Malaysia overtook Singapore to be- deals worth US$2.3 billion, from 16 deals
come the highest performing country by worth US$1 billion in the same period
MEXTER TECHNOLOGY BHD (-ve) volume with a record of eight deals an-
nounced, contributing two-third deals in
a year ago. This was thanks to the HNA-
CWT acquisition deal.
SHARES in Mexter Technology Bhd (fun- tronics, enterprise and mobile services. total of Southeast Asias transport sector. The Rapid project further spurred
damental: 0.95/3, valuation: 0/3) triggered In March, the company announced it It already caught up the full-year the energy, mining and utilities sector,
our momentum algorithm last Friday for was raising up to RM14.31 million via pri- historical high record of Malaysias deal helping it remain as the most active
the third time this year. vate placement to fund its expansion into making within this sector on Merger- sector in terms of deal value and vol-
The counter closed up two sen or 6.9% healthcare services, with expectation that market, the report wrote. ume with 20 deals worth US$9.6 billion,
to 31 sen last Friday, with 11.51 million the exercise would be completed by the According to Mergermarket, the de- accounting for 39.5% of overall deals in
shares traded, a significant surge from third quarter of this year. cline in M&A activities in Southeast the region by value.
the average 640,254 shares seen in the It is seeking to diversify its earnings Asia in the first six months of 2017 was Private equity (PE) buyout transac-
past 200 days. base and reduce its reliance on its existing due mainly to a slowdown in intra-re- tions in the region was another spotlight
The company focuses on helping high core businesses in information technolo- gional activity recording 97 deals worth in 1H17, with 14 deals worth US$3.6 bil-
volume discrete and hybrid manufactur- gy-based solutions and services. US$6 billion. lion, a 1.5 times rise by value compared
ers to efficiently operate their production At the current share price, Mexter Tech- Deal value declined 67.47% with 19 with 1H16, with 18 deals worth US$1.4
assets. The business divisions include nology is trading at 7.75 times its book fewer deals within the region compared billion sealed. The business services
e-manufacturing, computing and elec- value. [with] 1H16, where 116 deals valued at sector was the most dynamic sector for
US$18.4 billion, the second-lowest 1H PE investors by deal volume, attracting
MEXTER TECHNOLOGY BHD Valuation score* 0.00 value since 2005 on Mergermarket re- five transactions worth US$8.3 million.
Fundamental score** 0.95 cord, the report said. Meanwhile, PE exits saw a 17.7 times
TTM P/E (x) - However, despite the downturn of increase by value with 11 deals valued
TTM PEG (x) - intra-regional activity, inbound M&A at US$1.7 billion versus 1H16 with four
P/NAV (x) 6.92
activity saw a record-breaking 1H17, deals settled and securing US$900,000,
reaching the highest Mergermarket re- reaching the third-highest record since
TTM Dividend yield (%) -
cord since 2001 by value with 83 deals 2009.
Market capitalisation (mil) 64.59 worth US$18.4 billion achieved. Mergermarket provides business in-
Shares outstanding (ex-treasury) mil 222.71 According to Mergermarket, the deal telligence and research for fixed income,
Beta 2.10 value signified an increase of 77.6% by transactions, infrastructure, compliance
12-month price range 0.21-0.30 value, while volume saw 14 less deals and equities covering financial markets
*Valuation score - Composite measure of historical return & valuation
compared with US$10.4 billion secured throughout Europe, Asia and the US.
**Fundamental score - Composite measure of balance sheet strength through 97 deals in 1H16. It is part of Acuris (formerly known as
& protability This was mainly contributed by the Mergermarket Group).
Note: A score of 3.0 is the best to have and 0.0 is the worst to have
8 P R O P E RT Y M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Waltham Forest HNA seeks more arrangers


for delayed IPO

beats Kensington BY E L F F IE C H E W, A N D R E A TA N ,
J OYC E KO H & C RYS TA L T S E

KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE/
HONG KONG: HNA Commercial
Group is fielding additional ques-
tions from banks working to fi-
nance its proposed US$1 billion
(RM4.28 billion) takeover of Sin-
gapore logistics operator CWT
REIT is seeking to add arrangers Ltd, people with knowledge of the
to its planned Singapore initial matter said this week.
Its property prices have jumped 93% since 2012 public offering (IPO) as Bank of Any listing would add to the
America Corp walks away from US$2.1 billion raised through Sin-
the deal, people with knowledge gapore IPOs this year, up from
BY LUC Y MEA K I N have more than quintupled. There are also growing signs that the of the matter said. US$1.7 billion during the same
Since 1997, Hackney, in the capital may have flatlined after values The property trust, backed by period in 2016, data compiled by
LONDON: Move over Kensington east of capital, has seen the big- fell 0.5% in May from April, according embattled Chinese conglomerate Bloomberg show. The situation re-
and Chelsea. The area of London gest boost with prices surging 753%. to the LSL Acadata Home Price Index. HNA Group Co, has been reaching mains fluid, and details of the HNA
that has seen the biggest jump in The area, famed for its hipster res- Even though it cannot compete out to investment banks to gauge Commercial REIT offering could
property values over the past five idents and located near the heart with some of its London peers for their interest in taking a senior change, according to the people.
years has been Waltham Forest. of the citys budding technology price growth, the borough of Kens- role in the deal alongside DBS
According to mortgage lender Hal- industry, has seen values rise from ington and Chelsea does remain Group Holdings Ltd, according
ifax, prices in the capitals northeast 814 (RM4,558) per sq m to 6,942. Britains most expensive area with to the people. The listing, which The property trust
borough have jumped 93% since 2012 While property owners outside an average price of 11,192 per sq was slated to seek more than S$400
when the city hosted the Olympic of London may be feeling a little left m. That is almost five times the na- million (RM1.26 billion), will be
has been reaching out
Games nearby. That outstrips the 57% behind, all regions of the UK have tional average and compares with delayed at least until the autumn, to investment banks
gain across Greater London, where gained at least 12% in the past five 983 in the least expensive town, one of the people said, asking not to gauge their interest
over the previous two decades, values years and on average are up 34%. Port Talbot in Wales. Bloomberg to be identified because the infor-
mation is private.
in taking a senior role
HNA Group said last Saturday in the deal.
The Warner Estate in that Bank of Americas participa-
Lloyd Road, Waltham tion in an unspecified investment
Forest, London. trust IPO involving one of its units
was terminated for commercial US officials are examining HNA
reasons. HNA Commercial REIT Groups proposed purchase of Sky-
had been planning to gauge inves- Bridge Capital, the hedge-fund
tor demand in mid-June and com- firm founded by White House
plete the offering in July, people communications director Anthony
with knowledge of the matter said Scaramucci, while the European
last month. It will be backed by Central Bank is considering a re-
commercial properties in Austral- view of its stake in Deutsche Bank
ia, Singapore and London worth AG, people with knowledge of the
about S$1 billion, according to matter have said. Those transac-
the people. tions are among more than US$40
HNA will need to get a finan- billion of deals that HNA Group
cial adviser of similar stature as has announced since the begin-
BofA in order to assuage the mar- ning of 2016, data compiled by
kets concerns, Justin Tang, a di- Bloomberg show.
rector of global special situations HNA Investment Group Co, a
at Religare Capital Markets in Sin- Shenzhen-listed arm of the Chi-
gapore, said on Saturday by phone. nese conglomerate, and Singa-
Investors will be demanding a pores AEP Investment Manage-
higher yield and seeking a great- ment Pte will contribute assets
er risk premium because of all to the commercial property trust,
the questions surrounding HNA. the people said last month. HNA
Several of HNA Groups deals Investment announced in March
have faced challenges since Chi- it planned to buy at least a 35%
nese regulators began assessing stake in a REIT that will list in Sin-
the risks that the company and gapore, as well as 75% of a trust
other serial dealmakers pose to management company formed
the nations financial system. HNA with AEP. Bloomberg
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
B R O K E R S C A L L 9

Pavilion REIT 1HFY17


below expectations
Pavilion Real Estate Invest- provement of light fittings at In- pected to be completed in 4QFY17 We apply the thinnest yield spread perform call, with an attractive total
ment Trust termark Mall, and tenancy costs and will be funded by a combination among Malaysian REITs under our return of 11% at current level. Risks
(July 28, RM1.75) incurred for landlord provisions of borrowings and 7.2% placement. coverage as we believe Pavilion REIT to our call include bond yield expan-
Maintain outperform with a low- at Damen Mall, and higher ex- All in, we are positive about this ac- should be traded at thinner spreads sion versus our target 10-year Malay-
er target price (TP) of RM1.85: penditure (+4%), and higher fi- quisition as it contributes about 8% on strong catalyst from expectations sian Government Securities yield, and
Pavilion Real Estate Investment nancing cost (+30%) incurred to FY18 earnings and 7.6% to distri- of asset injections. As such, we be- weakening rental income. Kenanga
Trusts (REIT) realised net in- for the acquisitions of the new bution per unit post placement. lieve Pavilion REIT warrants an out- Research, July 28
come (RNI) for the first half fi- malls. On a quarter-on-quarter
nancial year 2017 (1HFY17) of basis, RNI for the second quarter
RM111.4 million came in below of FY17 (2QFY17) declined by 5%
both consensus and our expec- on the back of a marginal top-line
tations at 43% and 40%, respec- growth (1%) from positive rever-
tively. The 1HFY17 gross dividend sions, but the bottom line suc-
per unit (GDPU) of 3.96 sen per cumbed to margin pressure due
unit (which included a non-tax- to a higher operating cost (+9%)
able portion of 0.13 sen) was also on the aforementioned reasons.
below expectations at 42% of our Pavilion REIT has also an-
FY17 GDPU of 9.4 sen (4.9% divi- nounced the proposed acqui-
dend yield). Although the top line sition of Elite Pavilion with
came in within our expectations at Urusharta Cemerlang (KL) Sdn
46%, results missed due to margin Bhd (UCKL) and a vesting agree-
compressions from higher oper- ment with Urusharta Cemerlang
ating and financing costs. Sdn Bhd (UCSB) and UCKL for
Year-on-year, gross rental in- extension connections for the
come was up by 6% on the acqui- RM580 million purchase con-
sition of Damen Mall and Inter- siderations. Additionally, Pavil-
mark Mall (in March 2016), and ion REIT has also announced a
positive rental growth from oth- conditional sale and purchase
er assets on mid-single-digit re- agreement with UCSB for the
versions. However, RNI declined disposal of 10 car park bays for
by 8% on higher operating cost RM880,000. We believe the asset
(+23%) on maintenance cost for net property income (NPI) yield
the air-conditioning system and is decent at 6.1% considering
upgrading work, air chillers re- tough market conditions versus
winding, replacement of escala- Pavilion REITs intended target
tor handrails and broken combs of 6.5%, while Pavilion Kuala
at Pavilion Mall, replacement of Lumpur malls NPI yield is 6.0%
lift and escalator parts and im- (at FY16). The acquisition is ex-

ICPT ensures strong


earnings clarity for TNB
Tenanga Nasional Bhd 3,000MW worth of new power
(July 28, RM14.16) plants over the next two years,
Maintain buy with a revised tar- translating into a 25% increase in
get price (TP) of RM16.00: After its existing generation capacity.
experiencing stronger electricity These more efficient power plants
demand growth of 4% in Penin- will allow TNB to gain a higher
sular Malaysia in financial year market share. Also, a successful
2016 (FY16) due to the El Nio tariff adjustment to reflect high-
phenomenon, consumption is set er generation cost could remove
to normalise in FY17, growing in any doubt that TNB will remain
tandem with the relatively healthy earnings-neutral in an environ-
economic expansion in Malaysia, ment of rising fuel cost.
which has been projected at 4% to We project a 6% earnings per
5% for this year. We believe elec- share (EPS) growth in FY18 com-
tricity consumption will continue pared with consensus flattish
to grow steadily. EPS forecasts. We expect any fu-
The government is fully com- el-cost increase to be fully passed
mitted to the implementation of through and electricity demand to
the Imbalance Cost Pass-Through continue to grow healthily, albeit
(ICPT), which has removed the at a moderate pace. We revise our
burden of fuel-cost volatility and discounted cash flow-derived TP
ensured strong earnings clarity to RM16.00 after incorporating
for Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB). our earnings revision and roll-
More importantly, the gradual ing forward our valuation base
increase in piped-gas price has to FY18. TNB is trading at an un-
quashed concerns about the demanding valuation despite im-
governments commitment to proving earnings visibility arising
addressing the gas-subsidy ra- from the incentive-based regu-
tionalisation issue. TNBs revised latory framework. A key risk to
dividend payout policy of 30% our view is unplanned outages,
to 50% is the result of improved which may result in shortage of
earnings clarity after the imple- electricity, necessitating expen-
mentation of ICPT. sive overseas procurement. Al-
TNB will be commissioning lianceDBS Research, July 28
10 B R O K E R S C A L L M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Kim Loong hopes to recover


from El Nino effects
Kim Loong Resources Bhd Sabah and Sarawak. efficiency and generate additional in- source FFB intake from its Sarawak crease in operating expenses due
(July 28, RM4) Despite stiff competition from sur- come from waste in mills. We under- palm estate, thus generating more to shortage of foreign labour in the
Initiate coverage with a target rounding mills, Kim Loong targets to stand that the excess electricity could earnings for the group. plantation sector.
price (TP) of RM4.32: Our fair val- achieve an FFB intake of 1.2 million be sold for about 40 sen per kilowatt About 80% of palm oil is con- We initiate coverage of Kim Loong
ue for Kim Loong Resources Bhd tonnes in FY18, slightly higher than and provide extra income to the com- sumed in food form, while the rest with a TP of RM4.32, based on 16.9
renders a 10.6% upside to its cur- 1.15 million tonnes achieved in FY17. pany. Besides that, Kim Loong also is used in industrial and consumer times 2018F price per earnings (PER).
rent share price. Besides that, Kim Kim Loong expects to have sells its surplus of palm kernel shell products, such as cosmetics and The PER assigned for valuation is at
Loong also rewards investors with crude palm oil (CPO) and palm to replace usage of fossil fuel. biofuel. +2 standard deviation above its five-
a decent dividend yield of 3.9%. kernel production of 264,000 tonnes Kim Loong has delivered a con- Meanwhile, the comparatively year historical average.
Kim Loong is primarily involved (+5.5% y-o-y) and 60,000 tonnes sistent net margin close to 10% for low price of palm oil compared to The PER assigned is also close
in oil palm cultivation and palm (+5.8% y-o-y) respectively in FY18, the past few years except in FY17 as other vegetable oils such as soybean to prevailing valuations of mid-cap
oil milling activities. It is a funda- underpinned by an oil extraction it was affected by the El Nino. Still, oil, sunflower oil and rapeseed oil plantation counters, which now
mentally-sound company, enjoy- rate (OER) of 22% and kernel ex- it managed to record a reasonable is expected to drive demand over trade at around 18 times.
ing a three-year compound annual traction rate of 5%. net margin of 8%. the long term. Our TP renders a price appreci-
growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7% for its Kim Loong is currently managing We understand that Kim Loong We estimate Kim Loongs earnings ation of 10.6% based on its current
top line during financial years 2014 three palm mills, with two located in is in the midst of settling the re- to recover and grow by 11.9% y-o-y share price of RM3.90, on top of the
to 2017 (FY14 to FY17), while main- Telupid and Keningau, Sabah, and maining available Native Custom- to RM79.6 million for FY18 and 2% forecast dividend yield of 3.9%.
taining a favourable net margin. one in Kota Tinggi, Johor. The mills ary Rights (NCR) plantable land y-o-y to RM81.2 million for FY19. All in, investors shall expect a total
Kim Loong expects to achieve a have a total processing capacity of (475ha) under the oil palm estate The growth in earnings is under- return of 14.6%. We favour Kim Loong
year-on-year (y-o-y) fresh fruit bunch 1.5 million tonnes per annum. in Sg Tenggang/Kranggas and to pinned by recovery in FFB produc- given its prudent management, judg-
(FFB) production growth of 23.8% Kim Loong obtained the Sustain- develop approximately 2,072ha of tion from the dry spell and higher ing from the consistent performance
in FY18, backed by mature planted able Energy Development Authority state land in Kranggas Pantu, Sri FFB intake for its milling segment. posted by the group for the past few
palm oil land of about 14,300ha and (Seda)s approval to supply a power Aman Division, Sarawak. Our assumptions for CPO and palm years as well as generosity of man-
21 tonnes-per-hectare FFB yield for grid of 1.8MW for the Kota Tinggi Besides that, we also learnt that kernel selling prices for FY18F/ agement in rewarding shareholders.
the past seven years (including sea- mill and 2MW for the Keningau mill it is planning to set up a new oil mill FY19F are RM2500/RM253. Looking forward, we opine that
sonal and cyclical low yield periods). under its biogas project. in Sarawak, the licence for which is The major risks are volatility in the catalyst for the stock would be the
Total plantation land for Kim The company is also applying for pending. Should the oil mill come palm oil prices, fluctuation in FFB setting up of the new milling plant in
Loong stands at 15,364ha with another 2MW for the Telupid mill. on stream, it will provide synergy to production due to weather factors Sarawak and expansion of its planta-
palm oil estates located in Johor, This is in line with its effort to improve Kim Loong as the group is able to and a higher-than-expected in- ble land. JF Apex Securities, July 28

OKA Corp sales expected Market leader DKSH continues


to maintain margins
to pick up on higher demand DKSH Holdings (M) Bhd We project a three-year earn-
(July 28, RM5) ings compound annual growth rate
OKA Corp Bhd OKA Corp Bhd Initiate outperform call with a target (CAGR) of 6%, supported by gross
(July 28, RM1.87) price (TP) of RM5.80: Founded in domestic product (GDP) growth
Maintain buy call with a higher tar- FYE MARCH (RM MIL) 2016 2017 2018F 2019F 2020F the 1860s, DKSH Group has a strong that should eventually lead to a
get price (TP) of RM2.10: We remain Total turnover 153 167 188 202 210 Swiss heritage with over 150 years of more stable consumer spending
positive about OKA Corp Bhds pros- Reported net profit 20.6 28.3 28.9 29.7 30.9 experience in providing marketing on fast-moving consumer goods
pects, driven by its well-established Recurring net profit 20.6 28.3 28.9 29.7 30.9
expansion services in Asia. (FMCGs) and healthcare products.
position as a precast concrete man- Recurring net profit
DKSH Holdings (M) Bhd (DKSH) Sales are estimated to grow on
ufacturer with various manufactur- is 74.3%-owned by the DKSH Group the back of a rising trend for out-
growth (%) 37.9 37.1 2.3 2.6 4.0
ing plants located throughout West of Switzerland. It is a market expan- sourcing, growing middle class and
Recurring EPS 0.13 0.17 0.17 0.18 0.19
Malaysia and its continuous efforts sion services provider for compa- market expansion into Asia. We
in diversifying its products. DPS 0.05 0.06 0.06 0.07 0.07 nies looking to grow their business assume a sales growth of 4% to 6%
We believe that the groups bot- Recurring PER (x) 14.0 10.8 10.6 10.3 9.9 in Malaysia. over the next three years.
tom line may grow progressively as P/BV (x) 2.09 1.84 1.66 1.50 1.37 We believe DKSHs growth will Meanwhile, margins are main-
we expect higher demand from local P/CF (x) 9.2 12.1 10.0 9.3 8.7 be supported by Malaysias grow- tained, through ongoing cost control
infrastructure projects while cost-sav- Dividend yield (%) 2.7 3.0 3.2 3.5 3.5 ing middle class, rising trend for measures in areas like transportation,
ing measures are being implemented. EV/Ebitda (x) 8.12 6.05 5.57 5.06 4.46 outsourcing by clients and market warehousing and distribution.
We opine that construction activ- Return on average expansion into Asia. DKSH has been trading at a five-
ities would pick up from the second equity (%) 15.9 18.6 16.5 15.3 14.4 We note that DKSHs business year historical forward price-earnings
half of the financial year 2017 (2H17F) Net debt to equity net cash net cash net cash net cash net cash fetches thin margins, but the model ratio (PER) of 17 times. Pegging it at
onwards, in which demand for pre- Sources: Company data, RHB is highly scalable as new product 16 times financial year 2018 (FY18F)
cast concrete materials are likely to lines can be added through the earnings per share (EPS), we derive a
increase correspondingly. ard Public Works Department (JKR) depressed in view of tight competi- same value chain without a signif- target price of RM5.80 for the stock.
While we expect the upcoming buildings (such as schools, colleges tion from capacity expansion in the icant incremental change to cost. PublicInvest Research, July 28
first quarter of financial year 2018 and institutions). cement market. Hence, we do not
(1QFY18) results may likely be un- Based on the 11th Malaysia Plan, discount the possibility of room for DKSH Holdings (M) Bhd
exciting in anticipation of cyclical the government remains committed growth in our margin assumptions.
softer demand due to festive season to increasing clean and treated water We reiterate buy, with a high- FYE DEC 31 (RM MIL) 2015A 2016A 2017F 2018F 2019F CAGR (%)
breaks, we maintain our positive view coverage and expanding connected er TP of RM2.10, after tweaking Revenue 5,572.2 5,271.0 5,528.2 5,789.9 6,072.7 4.8
on OKA Corp in the longer run. sewerage services in rural areas. our margin assumptions and ad-
Pre-tax profit 51.0 68.9 72.2 75.9 80.9 5.5
Meanwhile, as the government As a well-established sewerage justing our FY18F price-earnings
appears to be keen on promoting the pipe manufacturer, we believe OKA ratio (PER) valuation higher to 12 Net profit 36.8 50.5 53.4 56.2 59.9 5.9
usage of the industrialised building Corp may stand a chance to tap into times, at its five-year historical +2 EPS (sen) 23.4 32.0 33.9 35.6 38.0 5.9
system (IBS) in the construction in- these projects. standard deviation level. PER (x) 21.6 15.8 14.9 14.2 13.3
dustry, we expect organic growth in We revised our financial year 2018 We opine that this valuation is Dividend yield (%) 1.9 1.9 2.2 2.2 2.3
demand for precast concrete products forecast (FY18F) earnings upwards justifiable, given that the group Debt to equity (x) net cash net cash net cash net cash net cash
to sustain in the medium to long term. by 4.3%, after taking into account the has shown improvement in cost ROA (%) 2.0 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7
Likewise, we think that it may ben- groups continuous efforts in cost-cut- management, a stronger balance
efit from the IBS implementation as ting measures and revising our rather sheet with a growing cash pile, and ROE (%) 7.4 9.5 9.4 9.3 9.2
it has OKA IBS, an innovative build- conservative margin assumptions. a solid financial track record led NTA/Share (RM) 3.1 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.1
ing system that can be applied for Meanwhile, based on our chan- by a prudent management team. Price to NTA (x) 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2
residential, commercial and stand- nel checks, cement prices remain RHB Research Institute, July 28 Source: Company, PublicInvest Research estimates
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
H O M E 11

Changing the govt MIC wants Hindu temple issues


resolved amicably

is no guaranteed
KUALA LUMPUR: Matters re- Subramaniam, when asked
garding Hindu temples, includ- how would the guideline serve
ing relocation and demolition as part of the National Blueprint
of the buildings or structures for the Indian community, said

solution Najib
to make way for development, a few temples in the country
must be resolved in an amicable will be identified to serve the
way, said MIC president Datuk community.
Seri Dr S Subramaniam. [With] the success of these
He said the temple manage- temples, more temples will be
ment and developers should selected to help in community
hold discussions and address transformation programmes so
any issues that arise before pro- as to develop the Indian com-
ceeding with any construction munity, he said.
Change could spell disaster, he says, and thus is stupid work at the sites of Hindu tem-
ples.
Echoing Subramaniams
sentiment was Malaysia Hin-
With industrial develop- du Sangam president Datuk
LIPIS: Changing the existing gov- Najib said this is because Um- Najib said Malaysia had un- ment, there will be challenges R S Mohan Shan, who called
ernment is not a guaranteed solu- nos strength does not depend on dergone several phases of devel- faced by temples, especially on temples facing problems,
tion to all problems, as it could also any individual or the president, opment under the Barisan Na- [those] that have been around especially eviction, to reach
be detrimental to the nation and but is the result of unity among sional (BN) government in both for more than a hundred years out to the association for in-
the people, Prime Minister Da- the partys three million members. urban and rural areas with the to stay in place without facing tervention.
tuk Seri Najib Razak has stressed Even when the late Datuk Onn implementation of high-impact eviction, said Subramaniam We are trying to solve this
once again. Jaafar, the founder of Umno left the economic projects. He said the after launching the first nation- problem. We want them (tem-
Najib, who is also Umno presi- party, Umno was not buried just welfare of the people has always al temple convention here yes- ple management) to invite us as
dent, said the people should take like that; the party continued to been a priority. terday. a mediator, but too often they
a lesson from the Arab Spring up- flourish until now, so when Tun Today, economists say Malay- Subramaniam, who is also want to solve it by themselves.
rising that saw many Middle East- Dr Mahathir Mohamed says he sia has managed to escape from health minister, said laws from So, they end up having prob-
ern countries such as Iraq now in will not return to Umno, go ahead the middle-income trap and is cur- the state level right up to the lems with developers, Mohan
turmoil. ... it is not a problem for Umno. rently the 25th most competitive federal level have to be taken told Bernama on the sidelines
Changing the government is I am not being disrespectful, nation in the world. Our nations seriously in the development of the convention.
not a solution. If it is better, then I am not looking down at him as I economic growth is also projected of temples. MIC central working com-
it makes sense ... if worse, more am aware my strength now is due to reach the 5% level [this year]. A guideline on Hindu tem- mittee member Datuk M Sar-
disaster and more uncertainties ... to the support of more than three Malaysia is not a failed coun- ples was also launched yester- avanan and some 200 repre-
thats a stupid thing to do ... Sorry, million party members, he said. try. Why change the government day to provide information on sentatives from various temples
[I] have to say it. He also rapped Dr Mahathir for if the existing government can Hindu temples, Hindu rites and throughout the country also
My doctor at the IJN (National often attacking him, especially with help the people and develop the rituals, and the temples role in attended the convention here
Heart Institute) informed me of regard to 1Malaysia Development country? he asked. Bernama the community. yesterday. Bernama
this Iraqi patient who when asked Bhd (1MDB), saying Dr Mahathir
if it was better then or now, he said himself had failed to administer

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that even under hated president well, so much so the country suf-
Saddam Hussein, at least they had fered billions of ringgit in losses.
food on the table, children could go During his time, he was not
to school, and the country was safe. bothered much about public trans-
However, look at it now, all port. Everything had to be bailed
destroyed. Changing an existing out ... LRT bailout, monorail bail-
government does not guarantee out, bus bailout ... all failed, but
better governance, he said when we succeeded in building an MRT
opening the Lipis Umno division (mass rapid transit) system at a
delegates conference at Dewan reasonable cost.
Jubli Perak Sultan Haji Ahmad He often talks about the 1MDB
Shah, Kuala Lipis, here yesterday. issue whereas we have land and
Referring to the stand by Parti assets that can attract investors
Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) and regain profit. However, for that
chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mo- RM33 billion (in foreign exchange
hamad that he will not return to losses), who will be responsible ...
Umno, Najib said it will not have Dr Mahathir? Explain it to the RCI
any impact whatsoever on Um- (Royal Commission of Inquiry),
nos strength. he said.

Corruption no longer a normal


threat MACC
PUTRAJAYA: Today, corruption with the Warriors Day celebration
can no longer be deemed as a yesterday.
normal threat as it is capable of Dzulkifli also called on all Ma-
threatening peoples well-being laysians to share the burden and
and safety to the extent of causing responsibility to maintain peace
chaos in a stable country, accord- in the country by creating a cor-
ing to Malaysian Anti-Corruption ruption and power abuse-free en-
Commission (MACC) chief com- vironment.
missioner Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad. He said the people should also
As such, he said the people realise that the peaceful and har-
should come forward to help and monious country they had today
support MACCs efforts to fight was the result of the persistent
those who committed breach of struggle and courage of the war-
trust, graft and abuse of power. riors who fought for the country. Rolls-Royce
If not addressed in a holistic We (MACC) are also proud
manner, the threats of corrup- and will forever be grateful for the unveils
tion and power abuse, which are deeds and sacrifices made by our the Phan-
spreading to all levels of society, warriors, the security forces and tom VIII
will destroy everything that our also the veterans in protecting
country had achieved, he said in the sovereignty of the country, Pages
a statement issued in conjunction he added. Bernama 20 & 21
12 H O M E M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Passing of e-hailing services IN BRIEF

Malaysia condemns
North Koreas ballistic

law a key step Liow


missile test
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has
condemned North Koreas
launching of an inter-conti-
nental ballistic missile (ICBM)
last Friday, the second ICBM
the hermit kingdom has
launched in a month. The for-
It shows public transport is moving into the digital era, he says eign ministry said in a state-
ment yesterday North Koreas
defiance in not halting its nu-
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent he told reporters after attending achieve its 40% public transport last-mile connection because of clear and ballistic missile pro-
legalisation of e-hailing servic- the Young Malaysians Movement share target by 2030. the need for these types of trans- gramme has grave implica-
es such as Uber and Grabcar is (YMM) 45th annual general as- By 2027, the Mass Rapid Tran- port and last-mile support. tions on international peace
an important milestone for the sembly here, yesterday. sit project would be completed Minister in the Prime Ministers and security. Malaysia urges
Malaysian public, according to Around 300 members of the and by then all linkages within the Department Datuk Seri Nancy North Korea to cease all pro-
Transport Minister Datuk Seri non-profit organisation for Chi- city would be really enhanced ... Shukri was reported as saying vocative actions and comply
Liow Tiong Lai. nese youths gathered at the event, all these would further enhance that Malaysia created history as with the relevant UNSC (Unit-
It shows that Malaysian public which was also attended by YMM public transportation in Malaysia, the first country to legally recog- ed Nations Security Council)
transportation is moving into the president, Chew Sir Boon, and so as to achieve the 40% target, nise using e-hailing services such resolutions in the interest of
digital era. We are confident that Terengganu state assembly speak- he said. as Uber and Grabcar as a public regional and global peace and
it will be a more efficient service er, Datuk Mohd Zubir Embong. Liow also said that public trans- transport service when the bill on security, the statement said.
... I would say that it is an impor- Liow said the legalisation port services such as Uber, taxis it was passed in Parliament last Bernama
tant milestone for Malaysians, would also help the country to and buses would help provide Thursday. Bernama
MACC denies clearing
Sabah Water Department
from corruption
Company PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian
Anti-Corruption Commission
director (MACC) has denied that it had
declared the Sabah State Wa-
remanded 6 days ter Department case to be free
over Felda units from any elements of corrup-
tion, as was being spread on
hotel purchase social media. MACC said the
news spread by irresponsible
parties was untrue and mis-
PUTRAJAYA: A company di- leading. It said it would mon-
rector has been remanded itor and review all unauthor-
for six days to facilitate the ised news uploaded on social
investigations into the pur- media to safeguard its reputa-
chase of a hotel by Felda In- tion. The MACCs top man-
vestment Corporation (FIC) agement is considering filing
in Kuching in 2014. a police report against those
The remand order was is- who spread slander on social
sued by magistrate Nik Isfah- media, it said in a statement
anie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman yesterday. Bernama
yesterday after the Malaysian
Anti-Corruption Commis- Remand extended for
sion (MACC) filed the re- couple and others over
mand application. infants death
The 57-year-old director MELAKA: The remand against
arrived at the magistrates six people, including a cou-
court here for the remand SKY-HIGH ... A burst pipe at Taman Sawit Kinabalu Balung in Tawau yesterday morning sending a column of water skywards, ple, for investigation into the
proceedings at 10.40am dwarng nearby houses and a passing pickup truck. The damage, which was detected at 6am, was repaired by noon, sparing some 10,000 discovery of a dead baby boy
handcuffed and clad in or- consumers a disruption in water supply in the surrounding residential areas. Photo by Bernama in a well in Kampung On Lok,
ange lock-up attire. Batang Melaka, Jasin near here
The man, who also owns last week, has been extended
the hotel, was detained at for another seven days until
the Kuching MACC office at Aug 6. The order was issued by
1.30pm on Saturday.
He was one of the three
persons detained by the
Malaysia committed to protecting the Melaka magistrates court
assistant registrar Mohd Anuar
Ostadi yesterday. The suspects
MACC on Saturday to assist
in the investigations into the
case.
Makkah, Madinah Hisham the youngest aged 16 and the
oldest in the 30s are being
investigated under Section 302
The two other men were of the Penal Code for murder
detained at the Putrajaya KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will the Bandar Tun Razak Umno di- dia reports, the Houthis confirmed and face the death sentence,
MACC office at 9am after work together with the Saudi Ara- vision delegates conference here launching the Burkan-1 ballistic if charged and found guilty.
they turned up to give their bian government to defend the two yesterday. missile, but said the attack was Bernama
statements. holy cities of Makkah and Madinah Hishammuddin, who is also the targeted at the King Abdulaziz In-
The duo, aged 47 and 51, from any terrorist threat. minister of special functions in the ternational Airport in Jeddah, the Campaign to stop sexual
are directors of a company Defence Minister Datuk Seri prime ministers department, said countrys busiest airport. exploitation of children
which had been appointed Hishammuddin Hussein said this he had been in touch with Saudi No casualty was reported in draws nearly 5,000
as the agent to manage the following a missile attack on Sau- Arabias Defence Minister, Crown the attack. KUAL A LUMPUR : Nearly
purchase of the hotel. di Arabia launched by Yemens Prince Mohammed Salman on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk 5,000 city folk joined in the
Last Friday, MACC chief Houthi rebels last Thursday. Saturday, to share information on Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said Rock Solid Pink Walk and
commissioner Datuk Dzu- Malaysias stand on security the attempted attack. Malaysia fully supported Saudi Run programme to show their
lkifli Ahmad ordered an in- and stability in Saudi Arabia is Alhamdulillah, Malaysia has Arabias move to increase security support for the Stop Sexu-
vestigation into the purchase clear, especially in helping them close relations with the Gulf states, in the two cities. al Exploitation Again Chil-
of the hotel which was sus- protect and defend the sanctity of and they do not mind sharing the Malaysia also supported the dren campaign organised by
pected to have been bought Makkah and Madinah from ter- details with us, he said. military effort taken by Saudi Ara- Puteri Umno here yesterday.
at a price much higher than rorist threats. Saudi Arabia Defence Forces bias allies against Yemens capi- Puteri Umno leader, Datuk
the market price. Comprehensive planning to last Thursday intercepted a ballistic tal, Sanaa, following the attack, he Mas Ermieyati Samsudin, said
The case is being investi- resolve this conflict must con- missile, known as Burkan-1, 69km told a press conference after the the programme was aimed
gated under Section 17 and tinue, especially when Muslims from Makkah, at the Al-Wasliya closing of the Kelana Jaya Umno at enhancing public aware-
23 of the MACC Act 2009. are performing the haj, he told area in Yaif Province. division delegates conference here ness and knowledge of the
Bernama a press conference after opening According to international me- yesterday. Bernama issue. Bernama
14 C O M M E N T M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Sharifs ouster is bad news


Whatever one thinks of Pakistans former prime minister, the circumstances of his dismissal are troubling
BY M I H I R SH A RMA find Sharif guilty of corruption per constitutional clause. the army wanted Sharif out. They and it is bad for India, where many

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se, but instead declared that he Of course, Sharifs no saint. He have never enjoyed easy relations trusted the business-friendly and
n Pakistans 70 years of exist- had violated Articles 62 and 63 of welcomed the judicial dismissal of the last time Sharif was prime pragmatic Sharif would manage to
ence, not one prime minister Pakistans Constitution, which de- his predecessor, and a court-ap- minister, he was deposed in a mili- outwit the army, take greater control
has served a full five-year mand that members of parliament pointed joint investigation team tary coup but things really went of the countrys foreign policy and
term. They have been fired be sadiq and ameen truth- amassed a 275-page report on his downhill when someone leaked de- become a reliable partner for peace.
by governor-generals and ful and righteous. These were familys affairs that makes for quite tails of a meeting in which Sharifs When Sharif was elected, you
army chiefs and judges. So made into requirements by one fascinating reading. But it is worth brother had a verbal confronta- could hope that, under him, Paki-
it was always fruitless, I expect, to of Pakistans many past military noting that the weighty accusations tion with the powerful head of Pa- stan would grow closer to India and
hope that Nawaz Sharif, elected dictators, presumably as a way of against Sharif date back not just to kistani intelligence over the armys the west, crack down on terrorism,
with a massive mandate in 2013, controlling legislators. The condi- before he was prime minister, but in support to militants. The Pakistani and reform its economy. You can no
would become the first. And so it tions are usually used as a way to some cases to the 1980s. The court government set up a committee to longer expect any of that. Instead,
has proved: Sharif was disquali- humiliate and harass candidates; pushed the burden of proof onto investigate the leak. But once the it is far more likely Pakistan will
fied in fact, dismissed by Pa- this is the first time they have been Sharif, not the team it appointed; committee finished, and the prime turn to China to help shore up its
kistans Supreme Court last Friday. used to disqualify a member of par- even so, the dossier was assem- minister issued an official notifi- patronage-based economy.
The last elected prime minister liament retrospectively. It does not bled suspiciously quickly, in just cation that he was satisfied with Just look at the numbers: Paki-
before Sharif, Yousuf Raza Gilani, take a genius to see Sharif three months. The fact that the its report, the armys spokesman stan ran an unprecedented current
was also dismissed by the Supreme is being singled out us- supposedly independent declared on Twitter: The notifi- account deficit last year, driven by
Court, in 2012. ing a particularly dan- investigation team in- cation is rejected. a big jump in imports attribut-
The headlines will tell you that gerous and illiberal cluded two members I suppose it is a bit of an advance ed by the State Bank of Pakistan to
Sharif was forced out amid accu- of the Pakistan mili- that, unlike in 1999, this confron- the cost of machinery and mate-
sations of corruption and that is tarys powerful intel- tation has not led to a coup. In- rial associated with Chinas infra-
true, as far as it goes. Unfortunately, According to The ligence services may stead the judicial system has been structure projects in Pakistan. How
it does not go very far. In fact, it is Times of India have had something used and the army has restricted is that being paid for? By record
hard to escape the conclusion that report yesterday, to do with it. It would itself to effectively supporting the borrowing, especially from Chi-
Sharif was dismissed because, as Nawaz Sharif be a brave Pakistani opposition leader, Imran Khan. na, which loaned Pakistan US$3.9
with the others, a secretive military wants to know: Is bureaucrat indeed Khan poses as a democrat but has billion last year alone. And many
establishment decided to fire everyone else in who did not sign off famously claimed that Pakistanis of these Chinese-backed projects
him. That is bad news for Pakistan; Pakistan honest on facts provided by a would celebrate and distribute are being carried out by military
again, a democratic mandate ap- and righteous? man in uniform. sweets if the army took over again. organisations, which will entrench
pears to have been shown to be of Photo by AFP It would not be Sharifs defeat and the triumph themselves further at the centre of
no account when compared to the surprising if of Khan and his backers in the mili- Pakistans economy.
wishes of the army. Nor is it good tary is, seen this way, not good news No, Nawaz Sharif is no saint. But
news for Pakistans neighbours for anyone. It is bad for Pakistan, his departure is very bad news for
or the West. where democracy seems con- anyone who had bet on a brighter
The Supreme Court did not stantly to struggle to take root; future for Pakistan. Bloomberg

Economics with a humanities face


BY G ARY SAU L MORSON In their passion for mathemat- for that matter, to any other social others is an original passion that
& M O RTO N SC H A PI RO ically-based explanations, econo- science. Economists often smuggle Quantitative rigour, is not reducible to selfish concerns.
mists have a hard time in at least ethical concerns into their models policy focus, and logic Smiths writings on economic
IN a 2006 survey, American univer- three areas: accounting for cul- with concepts like fair market and ethics share a deep sense of the
sity professors were asked whether ture, using narrative explanation, price. But there are many ways to of economics must be limits of reason. Central planning is
it was better to possess knowledge and addressing ethical issues that make these issues overt and open supplemented with the bound to fail, but so are algebraic
from numerous fields of study, or cannot be reduced to economic them to argument. empathy, judgment, models of behaviour. One needs a
from just one. Among professors of categories alone. There is no better source of eth- subtle appreciation of particulars,
psychology, 79% were enthusiastic People are not organisms that are ical insight than the novels of Tol- and wisdom that the sort of sensitivity that was dram-
about interdisciplinary learning, as first made and then dipped in some stoy, Dostoevsky, George Eliot, Jane dene the humanities atised, a half-century after Smiths
were 73% of sociologists and 68% of culture, like Achilles in the river Styx. Austen, Henry James, and the other at their best. moral treatise, by Jane Austen and
historians. The least enthusiastic? They are cultural beings from the great realists. Their works distil the her successors. A great psycholo-
Economists: only 42% surveyed outset. But, because culture cannot complexity of ethical questions that gist, Smith knew that we need both
said they agreed with the need to be rendered in mathematical terms, are too important to be safely en- cents and sensibility.
understand the world through a economists typically embrace the trusted to an overarching theory Econometric methods and
cross-disciplinary lens. As one ob- idea of a pre-cultural humanness. questions that call for empathy and also reflect on those feelings, con- mathematical models teach us
server put it bluntly: Economists To understand people as cultural good judgment, which are developed sider the character of the actions to much, but only so much. When it
literally think they have nothing to beings, one must tell stories about through experience and cannot be which they lead, and, with practice, comes to human lives, character-
learn from anyone else. them. Human lives do not unfold formalised. To be sure, some theories acquire the wisdom to appreciate ised as they are by contingency and
In fact, economists would ben- in a predictable fashion the way of ethics may recommend empathy, real people in all their complexity. narrativeness, stories are an indis-
efit greatly if they broadened their Mars orbits the sun. Contingency, but reading literature and identifying The point is not to abandon the pensable way of knowing. That is
focus. Dealing as it does with hu- idiosyncrasy, and unforeseeable with characters involves extensive great achievements of economics, why the quantitative rigour, policy
man beings, economics has much choices play an irreducible role. practice in placing oneself in others but to create what we call a huma- focus, and logic of economics must
to learn from the humanities. Not Life displays what might be called shoes. If one has not identified with nomics, which allows each disci- be supplemented with the empa-
only could its models be more re- narrativeness, implying the need Anna Karenina, one has not really pline to keep its own distinctive thy, judgment, and wisdom that
alistic and its predictions more ac- for explanation in terms of stories. read Anna Karenina. qualities. Rather than fuse econom- define the humanities at their best.
curate, but economic policies could And the best appreciation of this is When you read a great novel ics and the humanities, humanom- Economists must speak to other
be more effective and more just. to be found in novels, which may be and identify with its characters, you ics creates a dialogue between them. disciplines and let them speak
Whether one considers how to considered not just a literary form, spend countless hours engaging Such a conversation would ac- back. Project Syndicate
foster economic growth in diverse but also a distinct way of under- with them feeling from within tually bring economics back to its
cultures, the moral questions raised standing the social world. Although what it is like to be someone else. illustrious roots in the thought of
when universities pursue self-in- the events that novels describe are You see the world from the per- Adam Smith, who, in The Theory Gary Saul Morson is a professor of
terest at the expense of their stu- fictional, the shape, sequence, and spective of a different social class, of Moral Sentiments, explicitly de- the arts and humanities at North-
dents, or deeply personal issues ramifications of those events are gender, religion, culture, sexual nied that human behaviour could western University. Morton Schap-
concerning health care, marriage, often the most accurate account orientation, moral understanding, be adequately described in terms of iro is a professor of economics and
and families, economic insights are we have of how lives unfold. or other features that define and peoples rational choice to maxim- president of Northwestern Universi-
necessary but insufficient. If those Finally, economics inevitably in- differentiate human experience. By ise their individual utility. After all, ty. They are the co-authors of Cents
insights are all we consider, policies volves ethical questions that are not living a characters life vicariously, people often behave foolishly. More and Sensibility: What Economics
flounder and people suffer. reducible to economics itself or, you not only feel what she feels, but important for Smith, their care for Can Learn from the Humanities.
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
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Top German automakers sued in US over cartel IN BRIEF

Sri Lanka completes


BY RYA N B EENE gen AG and its Audi and Porsche premised on superior German engi- of convertible roofs, body design, controversial US$1b
& KA RT I K AY MEH ROTRA brands shared competitive infor- neering, while secretly stunting in- brakes and electronic systems was port deal with China
mation about vehicle technolo- centives to innovate, the suit alleges. also part of the technological in- COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Sat-
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO: gies with one another from 1996 The suit, which seeks class-ac- novations inhibited by the pacts. urday sealed a US$1 billion
Germans major automakers were through at least 2015 in violation tion status on behalf of US drivers, Drivers filed a similar class-ac- (RM4.28 billion) deal to let a
accused in a US lawsuit of acting as a of antitrust laws, according to a says the companies agreed to limit tion suit in New Jersey federal court Chinese state firm take over
cartel, colluding for nearly two dec- complaint filed last Friday in San the development of vehicle systems, last Tuesday alleging German auto- a loss-making port in a move
ades to limit the pace of technolog- Francisco federal court. including emissions control. The makers created an anti-competitive that worries many, includ-
ical advances in their vehicles and These coordinated actions ena- arrangement allegedly led to the culture in the US and conspired ing its giant neighbour India,
stifle competition allegations that bled the manufacturer defendants development of so-called defeat over 20 years to increase prices of nervous about Chinas infra-
widen the scope of the latest scan- the self-named Fnfer-Kreise, or devices used by Volkswagen to luxury vehicles while sharing tech- structure moves into its tradi-
dal to hit the nations auto industry. Circle of Five to impose a German cheat on pollution tests. nology to skirt emissions norms. tional sphere of influence. The
BMW AG, Daimler AG, Volkswa- automobile premium on consumers Plaintiffs claim the operation Bloomberg long-delayed sale of a 70% stake
in Hambantota port, which
straddles the worlds busiest

Europe battles
east-west shipping route, was
Baidu rebound confirmed by Sri Lankas Ports
Minister Mahinda Samaras-
buys time for inghe. The government used
tough laws against industrial
reinvention

Google News
action to stop workers going
on strike this week to oppose
BY A L EC M AC FA RL A NE the sale to China Merchants
Port Holdings. AFP
HONG KONG: A recovery at Baidu
buys time for reinvention. Last Apple removes VPN apps
Thursday, the Chinese web giant in China not compliant
reported a forecast-beating jump with local rules
in quarterly earnings, suggesting its BEIJING: Apple Inc has re-
core search business is rebound-
ing. This gives Baidu more room
The latest row arises from snippet tax proposal moved some virtual private
network (VPN) applications
to focus on mobile services and from its stores in China, a move
artificial intelligence (AI). BY CLINE LE P R IOUX with many consumers unwilling such as news articles. that could block users ability to
Earnings jumped 83% year-on- to pay for online service, preferring The so-called snippet tax pro- bypass a local web firewall and
year to 4.4 billion yuan (RM2.78 bil- BRUSSELS: A major battle is brew- zero-cost platforms such as Google posal is only one of several com- access overseas sites. We have
lion) in the three months to June. ing in Brussels over an EU reform News or Facebook. ponents of a major EU draft law been required to remove some
That was 52% ahead of the mean plan that would force Internet ag- Unauthorised Internet use of intended to update European cop- VPN apps in China that do not
average analyst polled by Thom- gregators such as Google News media content by aggregators and yright law in the digital age. meet the new regulations, Car-
son Reuters. The shares rose 6.9% to pay newspapers for displaying search engines is threatening cit- The snippet tax is largely based olyn Wu, Apples China spokes-
in after-hours trading. snippets of their articles online. izens sustainable access to quality on a tax introduced in Spain that crit- woman told Bloomberg in an
This follows a difficult patch. Google is furious at the reform news content, said the European ics say actually harmed publishers emailed response, referring to
Last year a student died after un- idea, but powerful publishers affirm Alliance of News Agencies, of which when Google decided to close down rules issued by the Ministry of
dergoing an experimental can- that a tax is the only hope to save a AFP is a member. its news aggregator in response. Industry and Information Tech-
cer treatment he found on Baidu news industry starving for revenue. It is therefore crucial that neigh- A similar law in Germany saw nology earlier this year that asks
search. Baidu was then forced to The fight is the latest row strain- bouring rights be created for news publishers swiftly give Google open all developers offering VPNs to
drop lucrative healthcare-advertis- ing ties between Google and the Eu- agencies and other publishers, cov- access to their content following a obtain a government licence.
ing customers. Before that, it had ropean Union (EU), which slapped ering all activity on the web, the steep drop in online traffic. Bloomberg
stumbled into a cash-burning sub- the Silicon Valley giant with a 2.4 agency said. The two camps on the issue are
sidy war with bigger rivals Alibaba billion (RM11.98 billion) fine over Neighbouring rights is EU- now battling it out at the European S Korea names new
and Tencent in online-to-offline unfair competition in June. speak for the obligation for on- Parliament and the EU council, the trade minister amid US
businesses such as taxi hailing, food The proliferation of free news line platforms such as Google or institution that gathers the nation- push to amend FTA
delivery and movie tickets. on the Internet has brought the Facebook to pay for showing short al governments of the 28 member SEOUL: South Korean Pres-
Since then, Baidu has been shift- newspaper industry to its knees, quotes from copyrighted content, states. AFP ident Moon Jae-in yesterday
ing away from O2O. This, and cuts appointed a former top en-
to operating expenses helped drive voy who had negotiated a free
earnings this quarter, say China Re- trade agreement (FTA) with
naissance analysts. It has also shrunk Shell braces for lower forever oil as prots soar the US as his new minister for
its base of search-advertising clients. trade, at a time when Wash-
Encouragingly, mobile revenue BY RON BOUSSO & KAROLIN SCHAPS ington is seeking to amend
made up 72% of total sales in the the deal. Kim Hyun-chong,
quarter, up from 62% a year earlier. LONDON: Royal Dutch Shell is a US-trained lawyer, was in-
Advertising sales from a nascent news gearing up for a world of lower for- strumental in framing South
feed, which uses AI to tailor content, ever oil prices, its chief executive Koreas negotiating position on
has helped. Baidu says daily active Ben van Beurden said last Thursday, the deal for then president Roh
users topped 100 million this month, after the companys profits tripled Moo-hyun, who surprised the
up from 83 million in April and out- in the second quarter. country by choosing to initiate
pacing rivals. This is welcome, given The oil and gas (O&G) industry talks for the trade agreement.
that Baidu was slower to adapt to the has struggled with three years of Reuters
smartphone era than rivals. weak prices while also facing the
Its future in AI is more distant. prospect of oil demand plateauing Hyundai Heavy wins
Baidus near-monopoly in Chinese by the end of the next decade. ship contract from Vitol
search offers a treasure trove of data But Europes largest energy com- worth up to US$600m
that should be an advantage. Its vision pany was able to boost its profits SEOUL: South Koreas Hyun-
of self-driving cars and speakers that more than expected, increase cash dai Heavy Industries Co has
can interact with humans is exciting. flow to US$12.2 billion (RM52.21 bil- Shell was able to boost its prots more than expected, increase cash ow to US$12.2 won a contract worth up to
But it will be years before many of lion) and reduce debt thanks to asset billion and reduce debt thanks to asset sales and as big savings introduced since the US$600 million (RM2.56 bil-
these ventures ever pay off, and the sales and as big savings introduced oil price collapse kicked in. Photo by Reuters lion) from Vitol, the worlds
benefits to shareholders are unclear. since the oil price collapse kicked in. largest independent oil trader,
Still, the financial results are mov- But Shells O&G production trades at US$40 a barrel, he said. said. BMO has an outperform for as many as eight gas tank-
ing in the right direction. And inves- dipped versus the previous quar- The external price environ- recommendation on Shell. ers. The worlds largest ship-
tors seem inclined to give Baidu the ter as a result of reduced output ment and energy sector develop- The rise in profits was driven builder signed the contract
benefit of the doubt. Even before the from a facility in Qatar. ments mean we will remain very mostly by refining and chemicals. yesterday to construct two
latest bounce, last Thursdays clos- Van Beurden said with oil prices disciplined. O&G production in the second liquefied petroleum gas tank-
ing stock price equated to 28.7 times hovering around US$50 a barrel and Shells performance is begin- quarter declined to 3.495 million bar- ers with a capacity of 84,000
forward earnings. That is ahead of forecasts of only a modest recovery by ning to show the underlying poten- rels of oil equivalent per day (boed) cu m each. The ships are ex-
a five-year average of slightly less the end of the decade, Shell was not tial of Shells ability to generate op- from 3.752 million boed in the first pected to be delivered in the
than 25 times, Datastream shows. planning to stop its cost-cutting drive. erating cash flows in the current oil quarter. Its disposal programme over first half of 2019. Vitol has
Baidu can keep searching for future It was now getting fit to be price environment, Brendan Warn, the past two years could further im- the option to order six more
profits. Reuters profitable in a world where oil analyst at BMO Capital Markets, pact production growth. Reuters tankers. Reuters
16 W O R L D B U S I N E S S M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

BT pitches 600m plan for IN BRIEF

Stop WhatsApp from


storing images

faster UK rural broadband


automatically
HAMBURG: As reported by
dpa, avid WhatsApp users will
quickly notice that the mes-
saging service rapidly clogs
up their smartphone mem-
ory with countless photos
and videos sent from friends.
The scheme will be paid for by charges to other users While users may appreciate
the fact that WhatsApps in-
ternal backups mean pictures
BY R E B ECC A PENTY lation that doesnt currently have the Scottish Highlands are under for the plan among Openreachs sent and received dont get lost
them, according to a government pressure to boost broadband ser- customers will be considered in so easily, older smartphones
LONDON: BT Group plc is propos- statement yesterday. That level of vice. BTs rivals that use its fixed an ongoing review about wholesale and models with limited stor-
ing a 600 million (RM3.37 billion) service would allow a family to network, the nations largest, to rates by communications regulator age capacity quickly run out of
plan to bring faster Internet cover- stream high-definition TV shows deliver Internet and landline phone Ofcom, the government said. space. However, you can pre-
age to the rural UK, to be paid for by and movies, video conferences services also complain it doesnt We warmly welcome BTs offer vent WhatsApp from automat-
charges to other broadband users. and surf the web simultaneously. have enough of the full-fibre lines and now will look at whether this ically downloading media files
The former phone monopo- The proposal follows months of capable of delivering the fastest or a regulatory approach works with a few taps. Head to Set-
lys Openreach wholesale divi- talks between BT and the govern- speeds. better for homes and businesses, tings, then Data and Storage
sion by 2020 would build con- ment over how to implement a uni- The government said the volun- Culture Secretary Karen Bradley Usage. Once there, youll be
nections enabling broadband versal service obligation pledged tary plan would be delivered more said in the statement. The driving able to turn off the automatic
download speeds of at least by Prime Minister Theresa Mays quickly than an approach through force behind our decision-making download or allow it only un-
10Mb per second for almost all Conservatives. UK politicians with regulation, though it would consid- will be making sure we get the best der certain conditions.
of the remaining 5% of the popu- rural constituencies in places like er both. The idea of spreading costs deal for consumers. Bloomberg
Tesla begins to deliver
Model 3 for the masses
FREMONT: Tesla has begun
How Britains top diplomat SoundCloud close to selling stakes delivering on a dream to make
an electric car for the masses,
to private equity sources
annoyed the Chinese rolling out the first of its keenly
awaited Model 3 cars, aiming
to disrupt a world accustomed
BY LU C AS S HAW an advanced stage, they could to automobiles powered by pol-
BY A L EX MORA L ES & L I NLY LIN There are no longer any Brit- still fall apart. lution-spewing fossil fuel. An
ish colonies in East Asia and the LOS ANGELES: SoundCloud Ltd A darling of the independent initial batch of the Model 3 cars
LONDON: Boris Johnson spent presence of Britains warship in the is close to a deal to sell stakes music scene, SoundCloud oper- that rolled out of the Tesla plant
a week visiting Japan, New Zea- region is more like an aberration, in the company to a pair of pri- ates one of the most popular music in Fremont, California last Fri-
land and Australia in the pursuit Chinas Global Times said last Fri- vate equity firms, according to services in the world, attracting 175 day was given to customers,
of post-Brexit trade deals. Instead day in an editorial. people familiar with the matter, million users with rough cuts from most of whom were employees
the gaffe-prone diplomat ended up The economics of keeping China an investment that will help the famous artists and mixes from un- of the company. AFP
riling a far bigger economy: China. happy are compelling. It is the sev- beleaguered music-streaming known DJs. Yet SoundCloud, found-
In a speech in Sydney last Thurs- enth-biggest destination for British service keep operating for the ed in Stockholm and now based in Air France suspends
day, Johnson urged all countries exports in 2017, and the second big- foreseeable future. Berlin, has failed to generate much ights to Venezuela
bordering the South China Sea to gest outside Europe, buying more The two firms would be money from those users or build PARIS: Air France on Saturday
respect freedom of navigation and than 13 billion worth of goods in acquiring stakes via separate a business that can sustain itself. announced it was suspending
international law. That sounded the 2016, according to UK statistics. deals, said the people, who The company has been scram- flights to crisis-hit Venezuela
alarm back in China, arguably the Chinas importance was not asked not to be identified dis- bling to secure additional fund- ahead of a controversial week-
one economy Britain can ill-afford completely lost on Johnson, though. cussing private transactions. ing before it runs out of mon- end election called by Presi-
to peeve given the political sensi- We will be here as a partner and The names of the interested ey. SoundCloud laid off 40% of dent Nicolas Maduro that has
tivities in play. friend, aiming at good relations parties or the sizes of the trans- its staff earlier this month, and provoked deadly violence and
China claims most of the South with all the major countries of this actions couldnt immediately shuttered offices in San Francisco international criticism. The car-
China Sea, one of the worlds busiest region not choosing between be obtained. and London. The company lost rier said it was monitoring the
shipping routes, and in recent years them, he said. Our relationship Combined, the two private 45.6 million in 2015 on sales of situation and that flights would
it has boosted its military presence, with China, the engine of global equity firms would own a ma- 21.1 million, according to a reg- be temporarily halted. The
reclaiming thousands of acres of land growth, will be crucial now and in jority of SoundCloud, the peo- ulatory filing earlier this year. safety of customers and staff is
to build artificial outposts on reefs. the future. Bloomberg ple said. While the talks are at Bloomberg a priority, it said to AFP. AFP

Washington craziness lulls the bond market to sleep


BY L I S A A B RA MOWI CZ of volatility now and in the future. It
was already boring heading into the
NEW YORK: The wilder Wash- deep doldrums of summer, but this
ington gets, the duller the debt has reached a new level of inertia.
markets get. Without any sense of progress
While the US government is in Washington, its just more of
reeling from Twitter posts, failed the same slow growth in the US
legislation and acrimonious spats, paired with continuing easy-mon-
debt investors are trading less and ey policies. Bond yields are fall-
less. High-yield corporate bond ing, making the debt less attrac-
volumes have dropped 17% since tive to investors, but those same
the end of June relative to the buyers have no real reason to
same period last year, while invest- sell, either.
ment-grade trading has fallen 4%. While perhaps some of the polit-
Treasury traders are facing vol- ical turmoil will spill into bond mar-
umes that are down nearly 5% in kets later this year when debt-ceil-
the first three weeks of July, ac- ing debates heat up, for now its just
cording to Federal Reserve data persuading traders to take those
tracking activity at primary dealers. extra hours to be with their fami-
All metrics point to an un- lies or brush up on their putting or
common degree of complacency head to the beach. After all, theyre
among investors. Yields are dry- not missing out on anything but the
ing up in tandem with measures sideshow. Bloomberg
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
W O R L D 17

US THAAD missile hits test target IN BRIEF

BY S AR AH N LY NC H Korea, which on Saturday said it launched its first-ever test of an long-range intermediate-range Australias hepatitis C pa-
had conducted its own success- ICBM on July 4. ballistic missile similar to the tients have access to cure
WASHINGTON: The US said it shot ful test of a long-range intercon- The Missile Defense Agency kinds being tested in North Korea. with Epclusa PBS listing
down a medium-range target bal- tinental ballistic missile (ICBM) (MDA) said yesterday that the In addition to successfully SYDNEY: According to The Syd-
listic missile in its latest test of the that proved it has the capacity to US has now successfully inter- intercepting the target, the data ney Morning Herald, more than
countrys THAAD missile defence strike Americans mainland. cepted test targets 15 times for its collected will allow MDA to en- 200,000 Australians with hepati-
programme, which is designed to The latest US test of the Termi- THAAD weapon system, though hance the THAAD weapon system, tis C will soon be able to afford a
protect the country against poten- nal High Altitude Area Defense the latest test involved a medi- our modelling and simulation ca- new, highly effective treatment
tial threats from countries such as (THAAD) system was planned um-range missile, and not the pabilities, and our ability to stay for the chronic, highly stigma-
North Korea and Iran. well before North Koreas lat- long-range kind being tested out ahead of the evolving threat, said tised infection. From Aug 1,
The test, conducted over est missile launch, but it comes of North Korea. MDA director Lieutenant Gener- the Turnbull government will
the Pacific Ocean, comes amid at a time of rising tension with Earlier in July, the US conduct- al Sam Greaves in a statement. subsidise the drug Epclusa, a
heightened tensions with North the country since Pyongyang ed its first THAAD test against a Reuters bumper medication combin-
ing the two antivirals sofosbuvir
and velpatasvir, Health Minister
Greg Hunt is set to announce on

Trump wont let China


Australia thwarts Friday. The PBS listing means
patients will pay a maximum
Islamic-inspired US$38.80 (RM166) a month
and US$6.30 for concession
plane attack plot patients for the medication

do nothing on Kim
that would otherwise cost over
BY BENJAMIN COOPER US$20,000 per treatment. Each
year, around 800 Australians will
SYDNEY: Security has been die from hepatitis C infection and
tightened at Australian airports our investment in this drug is
after police foiled Islamic-in- aimed at reversing this unaccept-
spired plans for a bomb attack able statistic, Hunt said. Clinical
on an aircraft during counter- trials have shown the drug has a
terrorism raids in which four
men were arrested, the Aus-
The latest ICBM could bring New York into range experts cure rate of over 90% and can be
used to treat patients with any
tralian Federal Police (AFP) of the six hepatitis C genotypes.
said yesterday. The increased SEOUL : US President Donald The tweet storm coincided Pentagon said.
security presence caused mi- Trump warned on Saturday that with a bilateral mission led by In the meantime, President US president hits reset
nor delays for some air trans- he would not allow China to do US strategic bombers on Satur- Xi Jinping said China needs to button by ousting
port operators yesterday and nothing on North Korea, after day that flew over the Korean speed up the modernisation of Priebus
authorities warned travellers the hermit state launched an in- Peninsula in a pointed show of its military to fend off threats in WASHINGTON: Donald Trump
to prepare for potentially more tercontinental ballistic missile force in response to the latest increasingly dangerous times. endured in a single week the
significant disruptions as traf- (ICBM) it boasted could reach ICBM tests. The world isnt safe at this kind of policy disarray, legis-
fic picked up during the week. the US, which weapons experts Japanese Foreign Minister Fu- moment, Xi, wearing a cam- lative failure and vulgar White
In recent days, law en- said could even bring New York mio Kishida said he held tele- ouflage military uniform, said House staff infighting that might
forcement has become aware into range. phone talks with US Secretary of yesterday after riding in an open take a full term for any other
of information that suggested In his critique of Beijing, State Rex Tillerson and agreed on jeep at an army parade in In- president to accumulate. His
some people in Sydney were which came in two tweets, Trump the need to put the heaviest pos- ner Mongolia. A strong army manic, seven-day stretch was
planning to commit a terrorist linked trade strains with the sible pressure on North Korea. is needed now more than ever. capped last Friday afternoon
act using an improvised de- Asian giant marked by a trade We confirmed that we will The speech came just hours by Trumps announcement
vice, AFP commissioner An- deficit of US$309 billion last year closely cooperate in adopting a after Trump lambasted China for on Twitter that White House
drew Colvin said during a press to policy on North Korea, af- fresh UNSC (UN Security Coun- failing to do more to stop North chief of staff Reince Priebus was
conference with Prime Minister ter South Korea indicated it was cil) resolution, including severe Koreas nuclear programme. exiting the administration. Hell
Malcolm Turnbull yesterday. speeding the deployment of a US measures, and working on Chi- The parade at Zhurihe Train- be replaced by Department of
We do believe it is Islam- missile defence system that has na and Russia, Kishida told re- ing Base yesterday marked the Homeland Security Secretary
ic-inspired terrorism. Exactly infuriated China. porters. 90th anniversary of the creation John Kelly, who has delighted
what is behind this is some- I am very disappointed in In a standard response to the of the Peoples Liberation Army. Trump by executing with vig-
thing that we will need to in- China. Our foolish past leaders test, Beijing urged restraint by It featured the Chengdu J-20, our the presidents promised
vestigate fully. have allowed them to make hun- all sides, after the US and South Chinas stealth jet fighter that crackdown on undocumented
Fi v e p ro p e r t i e s w e re dreds of billions of dollars a year Korea conducted a live-fire ex- some have compared to the F-22 immigrants. Bloomberg
searched on Saturday across in trade, yet they do nothing for ercise using surface-to-surface Raptor. About 40% of the mil-
the Sydney suburbs of Surry us with North Korea, just talk, missiles. itary equipment in the parade Thousands evacuated
Hills, Lakemba, Punchbowl and Trump wrote. The heads of the US and South was publicly displayed for the from Barcelona festival
Wiley Park. The commissioner We will no longer allow this Korean militaries also discussed first time, according to Phoenix after stage re
said four of those searches may to continue. China could easily military response options af- TV, a pro-Beijing media outlet. MADRID: More than 22,000
continue for days. Reuters solve this problem! ter North Koreas launch, the AFP/Bloomberg people were evacuated from
an electronic music festival in
Barcelona on Saturday night

Putin shows off Russias naval might


after a huge fire broke out on
one of the stages during a se-
quence of the show involving
fireworks, emergency services
said. The festival, known as To-
SAINT PETERSBURG: President lenges, making a significant contri- morrowland, was taking place
Vladimir Putin yesterday oversaw bution to the fight against terrorism just north of Barcelona, in Santa
a pomp-filled display of Russias and piracy. Coloma de Gramenet, the first
naval might as the Kremlin paraded The showcase event to mark Rus- time it has been held in Spain.
its sea power from the Baltic Sea to sias annual Navy Day is the latest The festival has previously been
the shores of Syria. to be beefed up by Putin, with the held in Belgium. Reuters
Some 50 warships and subma- Kremlin strongman also bolstering
rines were on show along the Neva the traditional WWII victory parade Taiwan braces for
River and in the Gulf of Finland off in Moscow as he looks to flex the second storm after
the countrys second city of Saint countrys military muscles. AFP Nesat injured 103
Petersburg after Putin ordered the TAIPEI: Taiwan braced for
navy to hold its first ever parade on its second storm in two days
such a grand scale. yesterday after Typhoon Ne-
Today much is being done to Putin looking on as he attended sat battered the island, leaving
develop and modernise the navy, a ceremony for Russias Navy Day at least 103 injured. It moved
Putin told servicemen after survey- in Saint Petersburg yesterday. He away from Taiwan yesterday as
ing the military hardware from his said the navy is not only dealing tropical storm Haitang churned
presidential cutter. with its traditional tasks but also towards the south of the island,
The navy is not only dealing responding with merit to new likely to make landfall in the
with its traditional tasks but also challenges. Photo by Reuters evening, according to the Cen-
responding with merit to new chal- tral Weather Bureau. AFP
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GRAND OPENING ... (From left) Bursa Malaysia Bhd chairman Tan Sri Amirsham Abdul Aziz, Securities Commission Malaysia chairman Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh, International Trade and Industry Minister
Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani at the ocial opening of Invest Malaysia 2017 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Kuala Lumpur
on July 25. Photo by Mohd Suhaimi Mohamed Yusuf

1 2

3 4

WEEK IN FOCUS
1 International Monetary Fund economic
counsellor and research department di-
rector Dr Maurice Obstfeld (right) and
were Honda Malaysia managing direc-
tor and chief executive officer Katsuto
Hayashi (left) and group vice-president
chairman Datuk Mohaiyani Shamsudin,
Maybank Islamic chairman Zainal Abidin
Jamal and Islamic Aid Malaysia president
5 The Sarawak Convention Bureau, repre-
sented by its senior marketing executive
Jemima Rinai Joseph (first from left), head
research department deputy director Akkbar Danial. Zawahir Abdullah. of business development Anedia Kahar
Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti at the World (second from left) and senior communi-
Economic Outlook media conference in
Kuala Lumpur on July 24. Photo by
Mohd Suhaimi Mohamed Yusuf
3 Maybank Islamic Bhd held its Hari Raya
Open House and presented two cheques,
comprising a 0.1% donation from the to-
4 (From left) Bank Negara Malaysia
(BNM) governor Datuk Muhammad
Ibrahim, Plantation Industries and
cations executive Jonathan Soon (fourth
from left), paid a visit bearing sundries to
the 10 Ringgit Club, a non-profit organisa-
tal spending of Maybank Islamic Ikhwan Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Mah tion represented by Julie, in Miri recently

2 Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd delivered the


very first new Jazz Sport Hybrid i-DCD
to its proud owner Aneesa Abdul Rashid
Mastercard holders, to selected non-gov-
ernmental organisations in Kuala Lum-
pur on July 24. Present were (from left)
Siew Keong, and Malaysian Palm Oil
Council chairman Datuk Lee Yeow Chor
at the launch of coins minted to com-
to address the educational needs of mar-
ginalised children in northern Sarawak.

(second from left), with her daughter, at


the official handover ceremony at Honda
Global Amity in Bangi, Selangor, on July
Maybank Islamic chief executive officer
Datuk Mohamed Rafique Merican, Mercy
Malaysia vice-president Datin Raja Riza
memorate the 100th anniversary of the
Malaysian palm oil industry at BNMs
Museum and Art Gallery in Kuala Lum-
6 Malam Industri Akuakultur 2017 was
held in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, on July 25,
and attended by (from left) Marine Fish
26. Also present to congratulate Aneesa Shazmin Raja Badrul Shah, Maybank pur on July 27. Farmers Association of Malaysia (MF-
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE E D G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
H O M E B U S I N E S S 19

5 6

7 8

9 10

FAM) deputy president and organising and Fisheries Development Authority of laysia 2017 in Kuala Lumpur on July 26. look for the Malaysian equity market.
committee chairman Mohamed Razali Malaysias Untong Keri.
Mohamed, Malaysia Aquaculture Devel-
opment Association (Mada) vice-presi-
dent Ben Lee, MFFAM president Datuk 7 Bursa Malaysia Bhd chief executive of-
ficer Datuk Seri Tajuddin Atan (right)
9 (From left) CIMB Investment Bank Bhd
chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk
Kong Sooi Lin, CIMB Group Holdings
10 MMC Corp Bhd welcomed more than
1,500 stakeholders consisting of gov-
ernment officials, business and joint-ven-
Goh Cheng Liang, Shrimp Aquaculture and chief financial officer Rosidah Ba- Bhd group CEO Tengku Datuk Seri Za- ture partners, corporate clients, bankers
Alliance Malaysia president Abu Bakar harom at the media briefting on Bursas frul Tengku Abdul Aziz, Permodalan Na- and customers to its Meriahnya Aidilfitri
Ibrahim, Malaysian Fisheries Society first half of financial year 2017 results in sional Bhd (PNB) group chairman Tan Open House 2017 at Mahkota Ballroom,
president Abdullah Abdul Rahim, Ag- Kuala Lumpur on July 26. Sri Abdul Wahid Omar, Bursa Malaysia Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, recently.
riculture and Agro-based Industry Min- Bhd chief commercial officer Selvarany Present were (from left) Indah Water Kon-
ister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek,
Malaysian Shrimp Industry Association
president Syed Omar Syed Jaafar, Mada
8 (From left) Mah Sing Group Bhd execu-
tive director Datuk Steven Ng Poh Seng,
group managing director and group chief
Rasiah and CIMB Investment Bank Ma-
laysian head of equities Ruzi Rani Ajith
at a luncheon hosted by CIMB during
sortium Sdn Bhd chairman Tan Sri Abu
Zahar Ujang, MMC Corp chairman Tan
Sri Shamsul Azhar Abbas, Second Finance
president Ng Yih Chen, Maritime Insti- executive Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum, and Invest Malaysia 2017 in Kuala Lumpur. Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani
tute of Malaysia director-general First chief executive officer and executive di- The discussion centred on, among oth- and MMC Corp group managing director
Admiral (Retired) Datuk Chin Yoon Chin rector Datuk Ho Hon Sang at Invest Ma- ers, PNBs strategic directions and out- Datuk Seri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh.
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

PHOTOS BY BLOOMBERG

Personal
ASSISTANT
CO M PI L ED BY SH A L I N I YEAP

WORK. LIFE. BALANCE

MICHAEL Veerapen, a household name in


the Malaysian jazz scene, will be performing
at No Black Tie tonight. Having established
his place as a jazz pianist, producer, record
studio head and mentor since his time in
the funk-fusion band Asia Beat with Lewis
Pragasam, Veerapen continues to wow audi-
ences with his performance. Catch him live
at 17 Jalan Mesui, O Jalan Nagasari, Kuala
ROLLS-ROYCE UNVEILS
THE PHANTOM VIII
Lumpur, at 9pm tonight. The cover charge
is RM32, while the concert ticket is priced at
RM160 and can be purchased via the venues
website. Visit www.noblacktie.com.my or call
(03) 2142 3737 for reservations and more.
Its been 14 years since the carmaker updated its
agship chariot, and the result is worth the wait
01

BY H ANNAH E LLI OTT, E LI S ABE TH designers who laboured to birth the new and pushed up higher than previous gen-
BEHRM ANN & THO M AS S E AL one in Goodwood, England. The Phantom erations so that the Spirit of Ecstasy hood

R
is Rolls-Royces biggest money-making se- ornament virtually catapults forward. The
olls-Royce has introduced the ries around the world. In this rare air, there front end of the car is shorter and the back
PAY a visit to the recently reopened 1,963-sq Phantom VIII. This is Rolls- is no margin for error. is longer than previously as well. All the styl-
ft Balenciaga store in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Royces largest and grandest Rolls-Royce will start to go electric in ing lines in the rear circle forward and lead
that houses ready-to-wear collections for car ever, born from the same the next decade, Torsten Muller-Otvos, the the eye back through to the front wheel.
both women and men, alongside accessories line as those used by Elvis brands chief, said in an interview. You The rear glass is raked more aggressively
and eyewear. Encapsulating the new creative and Queen Elizabeth II and need to have then an effortless charging than on Phantom VII, which adds to the
vision of a new era of Balenciaga under the 50 Cent, plus myriad tycoons and oligarchs situation, as its wealthy clientele isnt in general idea of forward thrust.
artistic direction of Demna Gvasalia, it is a the world over. The revamped saloon will the mood to spend more than a couple of Elsewhere, wide C-pillars along the
fusion of the classic and the modern. The cost 375,000 (RM1.88 million). minutes topping up batteries. sides allow for passenger privacy; massive
architecture contrasts textures that speak Unveiled to the public in London last single-pieces of hand-polished stainless
simultaneously of the traditional sophistica- Friday, just days after the UK moved to The looks steel frame and soften each side. (On the
tion of haute couture and the industrial en- ban combustion vehicles by 2040, the 2018 From my first experiences with the car, it Extended Wheelbase Phantom, a single
vironments of the contemporary. High-gloss Rolls-Royce Phantom is only the second looks like the team can rest easy. Everything polished stainless steel strip along the sill
rosewood, used for walls and display tables, modern version of the flagship state car about the Phantom VIII is smooth, espe- marks it as special.) Youll be hard-pressed
is laid alongside concrete, cast aluminium that Rolls-Royce first introduced in 1925. cially how it looks. Giles Taylor, the director to find any visible join lines between body
and glass. The store is located at Lot 2.44, BMW Group unveiled the first truly mod- of design for Rolls-Royce, deserves much panels at any point in the car. I certainly
2.45 & 2.47, level 2 of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, ern Phantom in 2003 and used it until 2011; credit here for accomplishing what many couldnt.
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. Call Phantom VIII is the first time since then have not creating a new iteration of an The intricate details of every compo-
(03) 2141 8827/8857 for more information. that the car has been updated completely. old car so that it feels fresh but familiar. nent inside the car are too numerous and
In the years before 2003, Rolls was produc- His Phantom VIII manages to look both mind-numbing to list here, but suffice to
ing the Phantom VI on an incredible run modern and majestic. say they adorn the car like jewels. The rear
from 1968 to 1990. During the private preview in New York, light cluster has tiny Double-RR badges
PART of The Body The cars longevity is a testament to its Taylor said he wanted the car to look as etched in; the high-gloss picnic tables
Shops new line of design, which has withstood the test of though its surging forward as a boat would and chrome dials make the rear feel like a
ginger scalp care time with grace and aplomb. That success emerging from the water. It does: The new theatre (yes, there are movie screens); the
is an anti-dan- is, in turn, a challenge to the Rolls-Royce super-clean stainless steel grille is recessed centre of the wheels always point right-side
druff shampoo
blended with
potent Sri Lan-
kan ginger, birch
bark, white wil-
low extracts and
Community Trade
honey. Recom-
mended for dry,
itchy scalps, the
100% vegetarian
shampoo prom-
ises to clear loose
akes and sooth
the scalp for a clean, refreshing feel. Priced
at RM39 (250ml), the shampoo is available
at The Body Shop outlets nationwide.
02 03
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WELLBEING . THE ARTS . WINE+DINE . STYLE+DESIGN . LEISURE

01. The new Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII,


manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
Ltd, stood on display during a media
preview of its unveiling in London last
Wednesday.

02. This is the rst major new installation of the


car since 2003.

03. The doors close with the touch of a button


so that they are quiet and smooth for valet-
assisted entries and exits.

04. Phantom VIII comes in regular and long


wheelbase versions. The rear seats recline
nearly at.
04 05
05. The detail along the dashboard is meant
to evoke an art gallery, able to show o the
owners private collection of valuables. V12 engine turbocharged to 563bhp. (This is a
change from the previous naturally aspirated,
06. Rolls gave Phantom VIII a 6.75-litre, V12 453hp V12 engine used in Phantom VII.) The
engine turbocharged to 563bhp. turbo enables low-end power at lower revs,
which works wonders to ensure silence at
07. Phantom VIII has a ZF eight-speed gearbox speed. The car tops out at 155 mph, and itll
that is aided by satellite technology to make hit 60 mph in 5.3 seconds. This, significantly,
impeccable shifts for the road ahead at any is far faster than, say, those smaller race car-
speed. light Lancias that dominated the rally-cross
track for decades.
08. Multiple seat congurations are available in The effect is unearthly once you close the 06
the Phantom VIII. doors everything outside the car goes im-
mediately mute. Reclining last month in the
09. A 100% original and new chassis improves back of the Phantom VIII was like lounging
propulsion, traction, and, by 30%, the cars in a cocoon. Ive been in sound studios that
overall rigidity. felt louder; you could easily record a Rick Ross
album in there.
At any rate, Id like to hear the difference
on the road. Rolls-Royce, alas, hasnt yet per-
up even as the car drives. Taylor even made mitted press drives, but initial results of this
the wood panelling across the back of the much-ballyhooed chamber are positive, very
front seats to evoke the famous Eames positive.
Lounge Chair.
Its worth noting that this is only the Gallery staging
second Phantom produced by Rolls-Royce Another point of immense and justified
under its BMW overlords. The driving sys- pride from the Rolls-Royce contingent is the
tem and entertainment controls are very gallery installed in the dashboard.
similar to those in some of the brands other Let me explain. Rolls says that many of
vehicles. But even at this early stage, its its buyers are collectors of fine mechanical 07
easy to see that none is so befitting royal- watches, figurines, jewelry, and other trinkets
ty as the new Phantom VIII. Phantom VI worth far more than their size might suggest.
was famously used as the coach for the (After visiting the factory in Goodwood one event of a crash. One would hope. matically adjusts the suspension for the
nuptials of Prince William and Kate Mid- year, I know this is true the bespoke cars I And storage in general is ample. Trunk road ahead.
dleton in 2011. Phantom VIII is a worthy, saw being built there include storage for some space was something which was criticised Its notable that the all-aluminum frame
modern successor. of the most eccentric things, such as cabinets in the Phantom VII, said Muller-Otvos. We will underpin every future Rolls-Royce
for duck collections.) So it follows that perhaps said OK, understood. We do it, and it is now beginning with Phantom VIII, so no new
Silence please these individuals would like to be able to ap- massively more spacious in the new model. Rolls-Royce will ever again use the same
Talk to anyone at Rolls-Royce associated preciate some of their collections outside the monocoque construction that is typical
with Phantom VIII, and youll hear the home. Even on the road, as it were. Smooth as a cloud, but really across the industry. Its also notable that
same key items about the car mentioned Enter Phantom VIII, with a glass case in- Here are the reasons why the Rolls-Royce the camera system is one of many that
with glowing pride. Primary among them stalled in the dashboard if the buyer so wishes. Phantom VIII will likely be the smoothest car include panoramic- and helicopter-view
is the silence of its ride. According to Rolls- Anyone who buys one can instal whatever he youll ever operate. cameras; a night vision camera; a seven-
Royce, it is 10% quieter at 60 mph (96.56 or she wants inside along the dash, behind 1. A Rolls ZF eight-speed gearbox aided by inch-wide heads-up display; and myri-
kph) than the previous Phantom. This the glass. Its like a viewing gallery. satellite makes impeccable shifts at any speed. ad collision/lane departure/cross traffic
comes thanks to sound-absorbing materi- Every one of our customers each a 2. A 100% original and new chassis de- warning systems. This is by far the most
als layered inside the headliner, trunk and connoisseur of luxury in the extreme [was] signed and engineered to sustain the exact technologically advanced Rolls-Royce on
doors; massive cast aluminum joints in the asking for something more individual to them, weight (5,862 pounds [2,658.96kg] for the short the market, even surpassing the sporty
body of the car, which cut noise; double not less, said Muller-Otvos. We were ada- wheelbase; 5,948 pounds for the longer ver- Wraith coupe.
skin alloy laid on areas within the floor mant that that was what they should have. sion) and motion of the Phantom VIII, which But I digress.
and bulkhead of the frame of the car; and The gallery does come with one permanent improves propulsion, traction, and, by 30%, The main point here is that everything
special silent-seal tires that have foam installation: An analogue clock that will be the the cars overall rigidity. about this car is smooth even the doors,
inside to minimise road noise. loudest sound you can hear in a Rolls-Royce, 3. Four-wheel steering similar to that of which shut by the light touch of a sensor
Its also due to a new as opposed to one presser bragged. Giles Taylor, the director a new Lamborghini, which increases agility so that they whisper closed of their own
simply updated or reconfigured engine. of design for Rolls-Royce, told me the glass is and stability around corners. accord. Because slamming a door is so
Rolls-Royce gave Phantom VIII a 6.75-litre, treated so that it is not a safety hazard in the 4. A complex camera system that auto- continental, isnt it? Bloomberg

08 09
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McDonalds can take lessons


from Wal-Mart, Target
Its time for the company to adapt to the rise of digital ordering and delivery
BY SA R AH HA L ZAC K sons offered by two retailers that In other words, both of these system could help manage lines

N
are often located just across the retailers got a boost when inves- and increase sales productivity at
ot long ago, it seemed parking lot from it. If McDonalds wants tors thought they had gotten their its restaurants.
the golden arches Just as McDonalds was able to to keep its share price lumbering, legacy businesses in McDonalds has outlined plans
of McDonalds Corp revive sales by embracing simple cooking, it had better shape. But that only went so far. for addressing these shifts in con-
were in danger of changes to its core business, so, What happened next depended sumer preferences. This year, it ex-
crumbling under too, did the titans of the big-box soon prove it has on how investors evaluated their pects to offer mobile order and pay
the weight of new world: Wal-Mart Stores Inc and a recipe for digital steps to refashion themselves into in 14,000 of its US restaurants a
competition and diners emerging Target Corp. domination. online power players. sharp increase over the more than
preference for healthy food. A few years ago, when Walmart McDonalds is now in a similar 400 locations where it was testing
But the fast-food giant has staged was in a rut, it doubled down on spot. Ronald McDonalds house is the technology as of April.
an impressive turnaround, large- fundamentals. It emphasised in order, but its time for the com- Its also expanding its pilot of
ly by getting back to doing what it making stores tidier and ensuring pany to adapt to the rise of digital delivery to more US cities. It helps
has always done best: It gave cus- shelves were well stocked. It raised each retailer is poised to compete ordering and delivery. that McDonalds has some experi-
tomers food they wanted to eat. employee wages, partly to improve in the digital world. McDonalds has long been a go- ence there: The chain already has
(Hello, round-the-clock Egg Mc- customer service. It worked. In the past year, Walmart has to for convenience-oriented diners. a robust delivery business in some
Muffins.) And it chased hard after Target, meanwhile, regained come out guns blazing in the But thanks to delivery start-ups markets outside the US in China,
budget-conscious consumers. momentum in 2015 by putting e-commerce fight. It has acquired such as UberEats, Postmates, Seam- for example, delivery accounts for
As it reported earnings last its muscle behind the cheap-chic promising up-starts such as Jet and less and GrubHub, a wider array of 10% of total sales.
Tuesday, the company said glob- clothes and home goods that initial- Bonobos. Its head of e-commerce, restaurants are now competing for Digital strategy is already start-
al same-restaurant sales jumped ly won shoppers loyalty. It added Marc Lore, pushed it to offer free such meal occasions. ing to sort the restaurant industry
6.6% from a year earlier, the eighth more enticing displays in its apparel two-day shipping on most pur- Importantly, about 70% of Mc- into winners and losers. Just look
consecutive quarter of gains on this and home-goods departments, and chases, a direct challenge to Am- Donalds US sales are made at the at Dominos Pizza Inc: Its sales
measure. The streak looks especial- it was rewarded with stronger sales. azon.com Inc. It has dramatically drive-through window. Those on- growth and market capitalisation
ly remarkable given how gloomy But Wall Street treats these two expanded its online offerings. The the-go diners would seem to find are crushing those of rivals such
things have been looking in the big-box stores very differently these payoff : a whopping 63% increase delivery especially appealing. as Papa Johns International Inc,
wider restaurant industry. days, favouring Walmart over Tar- in digital sales in the latest quarter Meanwhile, customers increas- thanks to its strength in online or-
Shareholders have applauded get. Thats partly because Targets from a year earlier. ingly want to be able to place pickup dering.
the progress, pushing the stock near initial rebound hasnt been sus- Meanwhile, Targets steps on the orders from their mobile phones. If McDonalds wants to keep its
all-time highs. Now, as McDonalds tainable, with its same-store sales online shopping path have been McDonalds cant afford to be late share price cooking, it had better
moves on from turnaround mode, slipping into decline again. But its more timid, and its vision for the in meeting those expectations. And soon prove it has a recipe for digital
it would do well to heed some les- also because of differences in how digital era less clearly defined. a well-designed mobile-ordering domination. Bloomberg

Japans exotic Kit Kats entice tourists, new Nestle plant


BY N AO M I SC H A NEN While the wafer-and-chocolate
snacks have been available in
WASABI, green tea and sake arent more than 300 avours in Japan
just foods in Japan, theyre also a for more than four decades, recent
few of the many versions of Kit Kats oerings from custard pudding to
offered in the country. ginger have made the nation the
While the wafer-and-chocolate go-to destination for picking up odd
snacks have been available in more variations. Photo by Bloomberg
than 300 flavours here for more
than four decades, recent offerings
from custard pudding to ginger store in Ginza, Tokyos main shop-
have made the nation the go-to ping district.
destination for picking up odd var- We take pride in our unique
iations. Theyre so popular among flavours and I think that makes
tourists that Nestle SA is building Japan special in the Kit Kat world,
its first Kit Kat factory in 26 years Takuya Hiramatsu, a spokesman for
to meet booming demand. Nestle Japan, said in a telephone
Its no surprise, then, that the interview, noting that the compa-
archipelago boasts the worlds sec- ny offers 30 flavours now. He cited
ond-largest consumption of Kit matcha as a favourite of tourists
Kats. Nestle Japan will start operat- and locals alike, with visitors also
ing a second factory in the western snapping up flavours like wasabi,
city of Himeji from August dedi- sake and purple yam.
cated to making upscale, pricier While Kit Kat chocolates debut-
versions of the snack. ed in the UK in 1935 and are an
Thats probably a safe bet, thanks enduringly popular snack in North
to Japans tourism boom. Spending America and Europe, consumers in
by visitors surged to a record 2.5 Japan embraced them in part be-
trillion (RM96 billion) in the six cause the products name sounds
months through June, according to like kitto katsu, or sure win in
the Japan National Tourism Organ- Japanese. That has made them a
ization. Theyre also spending more many, but its not the same, said of the snack is the Kit Kat Choc- berry and grapefruit with some popular gift for people about to
on confectionaries, with candy con- backpacker Matt Borscak, 34. The olatory at an underground shop- costing as much as 3,500, or more sit for an examination, or take on
sumption more than tripling over cultural touch makes it interesting. ping centre connected to the Tokyo than 10 times the cost of a regular an important project. Packages
the past four years to 131 billion I bought a few packs of the wasabi Station, where Nestle sells high- bag of Kit Kats, are stacked across adorned with phrases like Do Your
in 2016, according to the ministry ones, and I cant wait to shock my end flavours that can fetch more a counter, wrapped in gold paper. Best! and Believe in Yourself! are
of the environment. friends. than 1,500 per package. Boxes of On Tuesday, Nestle Japan opened popular during school entrance
We have Kit Kat back in Ger- A popular destination for fans gourmet seasonal flavours rasp- its renovated Chocolatory flagship exam season. Bloomberg
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
S P O RT S 2 3

Isner powers
Never bet against
IN BRIEF
way to Atlanta Smith celebrates 350th
Open Final game in big Storm win

Bolt, says Bailey


SYDNEY: Test skipper Cameron
Smith celebrated his 350th Na-
tional Rugby League (NRL) game
ATLANTA: American John Isner used with a starring role in Melbourne
his strong serve to overpower Gilles Storms crushing 40-6 win over
Muller 6-4, 6-2 on Saturday and ad- the Manly Sea Eagles yesterday.
vanced to his fifth consecutive final Smith was involved in four try as-
at the BB&T Atlanta Open here. sists, topped the tackle count and
Second-seed Isner needed just kicked six goals as the Storm pre-
75 minutes to extend his spectacular Those who do arent smart, says the former record holder served their two-point lead over
success at the tournament. He lost to the Sydney Roosters at the top of
Australian Nick Kyrgios in last years the standings. The skilful hooker
final but won the tournament in 2013, BY KAYON RAYNOR Those athletes have to have be a real threat to Bolt. I dont became only the third NRL player
2014 and 2015. a mistake-free race to make [the know that anyone else this year and first forward to join the 350-
It was a very good match. Abso- KINGSTON: Former 100m world 100m final] interesting, he said has shown me that they can be game club, along with Darren
lutely nothing to complain about to- record holder Donovan Bailey has of Bolts rivals. better than Bolt in the last 50m, Lockyer (355) and Terry Lamb
day (Saturday), Isner told reporters. backed Usain Bolt to bow out in tri- Bolt is currently ranked joint sev- Boldon told Reuters. (350), and is now within sight
I feel great physically, maybe the best umph at the world championships enth with arch-rival, Justin Gatlin, Bolt, who has won eight Olym- of breaking the league record
I have felt in quite some time. More next month despite his slow build- on the years top timesheet which is pic and 11 world championship by the end of this season. AFP
importantly than that I am pretty up to the athletics showpiece. headed by world leader and Amer- gold medals, is planning to quit the
confident as well. Bolt logged his season best of ican NCAA champion Christian track after competing in the 100m Pay squabble horrible
Isner bid for his fourth Atlanta title 9.95 seconds just over a week ago Coleman. Coleman ran 9.82 sec- and 4x100m relay in London. for game, Clarke says
yesterday when he faced fourth-seed- in Monaco, a time beaten by a onds in Eugene, Oregon last month. Boldon, a four-time Olympic SYDNEY: Former captain Mi-
ed American Ryan Harrison, who raft of sprinters this year. But the Bolts Jamaican training part- medallist, said there could be no chael Clarke said yesterday a bit-
posted a 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-4 victory over 30-year-old Jamaican is still the ner, Yohan Blake, is second on the debate about the worlds great- ter pay dispute between players
fifth-seeded Brit, Kyle Edmund. raging favourite to win his fourth list with 9.90. est-ever sprinter. and Cricket Australia (CA) was
The 32-year-old Isner broke Mul- 100m world title, and with good Former Trinidad and Tobago There isnt anyone who can horrible for the game and their
ler in the third game of the first set to reason, according to former world sprinter Ato Boldon, who won say that he (Bolt) has not been relationship was likely to be in
gain early advantage and twice in the and Olympic champion Bailey. the 100m world championship the best ever, he said. tatters even after a resolution.
second before erasing three break Anyone that bets against Bolt in 1997, thinks only Blake has a Jesse Owens was the most im- After months of negotiations,
points while serving for the match. at a major championship isnt chance to spoil world record hold- portant, Carl Lewis made sprinting the players and CA have failed
He made it very tough for me to- smart, the Jamaica-born Cana- er Bolts party in London. profitable, but Bolt is the GOAT to reach agreement on a new
day, Muller said after dropping to 2-4 dian told Reuters on Saturday. If Blake is healthy, he can (greatest of all time). Reuters pay deal, leaving 230 cricketers
versus Isner in his career. Reuters unemployed since the end of last
month when their contracts ex-
pired. Clarke feared things would
not be the same between the

Dressel on verge of worlds governing body and the players


if and when the disagreement

magnificent seven
was finally resolved. I think its
been horrible for the game, to
be honest, Clarke told Channel
Nine. AFP
BY RYLAND JAMES mens 4x100m medley relay yes-
terday. Alves urges friend
BUDAPEST: Caeleb Dressel could Despite the physical and mental Neymar to show courage
have made history yesterday by toll of winning three world golds TANGIERS: Veteran Brazil inter-
matching Michael Phelpss feat in within 90 minutes, Dressel was re- national full-back Dani Alves said
winning a seventh gold medal at laxed before yesterdays final day. he is hopeful superstar Neymar
a world aquatic championships. I dont feel under pressure, will join him at the Paris Saint
The 20-year-old Dressel claimed he said. Germain but insisted he isnt
three world golds within an hour- I just want to keep doing my using his personal friendship to
and-a-half on Saturday. own thing and Im looking forward sway the Barcelona forwards de-
Victories in the mens 50m free- to that one more fast one. cision. The two were teammates
style and 100m butterfly, then with Elsewhere , Russias Yuliya Efi- at Barca from Neymars arrival
the US team in the mixed 4x100m mova and Americas Lilly King in 2013 until Alves left to join
freestyle relay, left him with six resumed their battle in the 50m Juventus a year ago. Alves hopes
golds at the 17th FINA World breaststroke final. Neymar will show courage and
Aquatics Championships here. The pair were the fastest quali- decide to swell the French cap-
Dressel could match Phelpss fiers into yesterdays final as King ital clubs large Brazilian contin-
record of seven gold medals, from clocked a new American record of Dressel celebrating after winning the mens 100m buttery nal at the 17th FINA World gent, that includes forward Lucas
the 2007 world championships 29.60 seconds, but Efimova was Aquatics Championships in Budapest on Saturday. Photo by Reuters Moura, and centre-backs Thiago
in Melbourne, with victory in the just 0.13 second behind. AFP Silva and Marquinhos. AFP

Fighting for their fate Chinese kids adopted by MMA club


BY F R ED D U FOU R/ YA NA N WANG Though most of the clubs activities they are continuing their training. scholarships if they win fights. ry is more touching than your kids.
are government-sanctioned, Cheng- En Bo, the clubs Tibetan found- But many commentators online And they have had it much harder
CHENGDU: The 13-year-old fighter du police launched an investigation er, was formerly in the military, and were alarmed by the web documen- than your kids.
in training starts his day at 8am. into the mixed martial arts (MMA) has spent the last 18 years running tary, streamed on the site Pear Video, The video was a point of fierce
After a quick breakfast, he heads group last week after a video show- amateur MMA fighting studios. in which the kids sparring appeared debate on Chinas Twitter-like Wei-
to a gym in south-west China where ing two 14-year-old boys in a bruis- The Enbo Fight Club boasts of to be sold as a commercial spectacle. bo platform.
more than a dozen other shirtless ing cage fight before a roaring crowd more than 200 members, with kids In the footage, two thin, prepubes- Soliciting and using minors to
teenage boys are kick-boxing, wres- went viral the week before. comprising just a small fraction. cent fighters are seen in an octagonal engage in commercial performanc-
tling and grappling holding one Local authorities could not be As long as they meet my stand- steel cage. One knocks the other down es which are also violent, while de-
another in full-body grips until one reached for comment last Friday. The ards, we take kids of all ethnic and proceeds to bash him repeatedly priving them of a salary, is illegal,
person yields. education department in Liangshan groups, including the Qiang, Hui, about the head and body as the losing wrote one user named Chen Ming.
Abieamu is among the kids Yi Autonomous Prefecture told Chi- Yi and Tibetan minorities, En Bo fighter cowers on the mat. Others argued that without the
from the Tibetan plateau who were nese media that the underage fighters told AFP in June. We have a team Models wearing bikini tops and club the boys would end up on the
adopted into the Enbo Fight Club have been returned to Liangshan and that manages their health and safe- short jeans cheer and a man with street and a possible life of crime.
here, the capital of Sichuan prov- may be matched with new schools. ty, as well as teachers who are re- a microphone whips up the crowd China had 500,000 orphans at
ince. Many were orphans or came A coach for the club told AFP sponsible for their schooling. by saying the boys were fighting the end of 2015, with less than 20%
from impoverished homes, and that most of the kids have returned The kids housing, food and for their fate. raised by the state and only about
were connected to the club through to the Tibetan and Qiang Auton- clothes are all provided by the club, These kids are tougher than 5% adopted, the latest-available
the local civil affairs bureau. omous Prefecture of Aba, where En Bo said, and they receive extra your kids, the MC says. Their sto- official figures show. AFP
2 4 S P O RT S M ON DAY JU LY 3 1 , 2 0 17 TH EEDGE F I N AN C I AL DAI LY

Confident England face IN BRIEF

Hosszu on course
to win four medals

France at womens Euro


BUDAPEST: Hungarys hopes
of gold on the last day of the
world championships will rest
on the shoulders of Katinka
Hosszu after she topped qual-
ifying in the womens 400m
individual medley heats at the
Duna Arena. Hosszu powered
They thrashed Scotland, sank Spain and edged Portugal through in the freestyle leg to
clock four minutes 33.90 sec-
onds yesterday morning. The
BY JAN FLEMR 2-0 in a rain-drenched game, and France beat Iceland and drew of the game. 28-year-old finished 1.39 sec-
edged Portugal 2-1 with a reserve with Austria and Switzerland to We wont change how we play. onds ahead of Mireia Belmonte
DOETINCHEM (Netherlands): team in the group phase. advance from the second spot be- We can play a passing game but of Spain. Hosszu is aiming to
A confident England will seek We feel we can find solutions hind tournament surprise Austria. also a more direct game and we add the 400 medley title to the
to extend their perfect record at to make the outcome an Eng- In the quarter-final in Deven- will have to vary how we play, 200m individual gold she won
the womens Euro against France land win, added the 34-year-old ter, they will miss captain Wendie added the Lyon stalwart. earlier in the week, alongside
while Spain will take on newcom- Welshman who took over in 2013. Renard, who has picked up two Austria topped Group C after silver in the 200m backstroke
ers Austria on the second day of If you look at the teams left in yellow cards. beating Iceland and Switzerland and bronze in the 200m butter-
quarter-finals yesterday. this tournament, its only France Im happy for England if they and a draw with France, but de- fly. Victory in the final late yes-
We go into the game on a we havent beaten in the last three are confident but I am too, said spite their impressive record so terday would see her become
great run of form, said England and a half years. I have every con- France midfielder Camille Abily. far, they will enter their quar- the first woman to claim four
coach Mark Sampson, whose side fidence England are capable of I trust my team, and I hope ter-final against Spain in Tilburg medals in the event. Reuters
thrashed Scotland 6-0, sank Spain getting to another big semi-final. it is us that are talking at the end as underdogs. AFP
Pique lifts Barcelona as
El Clasico lives up to hype
MIAMI: Gerard Pique delivered

India in Hoffman grabs one-shot lead Barcelonas match winner over


Real Madrid on Saturday as El
Clasico Miami lived up to the
dilemma after
massive at Canadian Open hype. The Spanish international
steered in a Neymar free-kick
in the 50th minute to seal a
Sri Lanka win MONTREAL: Charley Hoffman Hoffman, who captured his fourth two eagles to go with six birdies.
3-2 win for the Catalan giants
in front of 66,014 at the Hard
birdied the last on Saturday to cap career PGA Tour title at the Texas The 39-year-old became the fifth Rock Stadium. Lionel Messi
GALLE (Sri Lanka): Indias a seven-under par 65 and take a Open in April of last year. player to post a 62 at Glen Abbey, opened the scoring after just
thrashing of Sri Lanka in the one-stroke lead over Kevin Chap- When putts go in its always where Leonard Thompson first set three minutes and when Ivan
first Test has left captain Virat pell after three rounds of the US easier to shoot a lower score. the mark in 1981. Rakitic doubled the lead soon
Kohli with a massive yet wel- PGA Tour Canadian Open. Chappell had nine birdies and He said the key to his success after, the writing appeared to be
come headache as he ponders Hoffman had eight birdies over- three bogeys in his six-under 66 for was not overthinking things. on the wall for a sluggish Real
his team selection for the next all on the Glen Abbey course in 200. He bogeyed the par-five 18th, My mind shuts off, he said. Madrid side. Yet Zinedine Zi-
match. Oakville, Ontario, building a 54- where he was in a fairway bunker, I might be kind of an idiot when danes side quickly woke from
India dominated the first hole total of 17-under par 199. the rough and the water. it comes to that but thats fine. their slumber and by the end of
Test from the outset to win by Six of Hoffmans birdies came American Robert Garrigus Im almost so dumb I can play the first half, goals from Mateo
304 runs with a day to spare in a seven-hole stretch from nine matched the course record with good golf. Kovacic and Marco Asensio
in Galle. through 15. He rebounded from his a 10-under par 62 for a share of Thats a good quality to have out had pulled them level. AFP
The tourists top order bats- lone bogey at 17 with his two-putt third place on 201 alongside Gary here, because youre not thinking
men fared well, with Shikhar birdie at the last. Woodland, who carded a 68. about anything, he added. Youre Champagne makes o-
Dhawan making 190 in the first The putters been rolling good Garriguss three chip-ins includ- not thinking about missing a shot or cial return to F1 podium
innings and fellow opener Ab- the second half of the season, said ed an eagle at the second one of hitting it close or whatever. AFP BUDAPEST: French cham-
hinav Mukund contributing a pagne, rather than sparkling
quick-fire 81 in the second. wine, will again be sprayed on
Chatesh Pujara also blasted the Formula One (F1) podium
153 batting at three in the first
innings while Kohli chipped in
with an unbeaten 103 batting at
Vettel wins in Hungary to stretch F1 lead after Carbon was announced
as the sports new official sup-
plier at the Hungarian Grand
four in the second. Prix yesterday. In a fresh twist,
The success of the top four BY ALAN BALDW IN the bottles presented to the top
batsmen however leaves Kohli three drivers will have mark-
and coach Ravi Shastri with a BUDAPEST: Sebastian Vettel won ers gold for the winner, sil-
dilemma ahead of the second a tense Hungarian Grand Prix ver for second and bronze for
Test, starting in Colombo on yesterday in a Ferrari one-two third. The bottles, containing
Thursday. that stretched his Formula One a vintage 100% Chardonnay
Regular opener Lokesh Rahul (F1) championship lead over 2009 Blanc de Blanc Grand Cru
missed the match in Galle be- Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton Millesime, are coated in the
cause he was suffering from the to 14 points. same carbon fibre used in man-
flu but is expected to be availa- The German, taking his fourth ufacturing race cars. Reuters
ble for the next game, meaning win of the season, took the cheq-
someone has to miss out. uered flag 0.9 seconds ahead of Greenland red Eritrean
Yes, its a very tricky situa- Kimi Raikkonen with Hamilton coach due to racism
tion, Kohli admitted. Weve finishing fourth after sportingly STOCKHOLM: Greenlands
got all four openers firing now. surrendering third place to team- national football team coach,
Shikhar was supposed to mate Valtteri Bottas on the last lap. a man of Eritrean origin, has
go to Melbourne; now hes got Bottas had let Hamilton past to slammed his firing as unjus-
a 190 in Galle. So, anything can attack the Ferraris, on the assurance tified and having racist mo-
happen in life. that his teammate would hand back tives, local media reported last
Its a massive headache but the place if he could not overtake, Friday. Tekle Ghebrelul has
I guess a good one. You know, and Hamilton kept his word. been accused of assaulting a
eventually guys understand that The last Ferrari driver to win minor, which he denies and
only two can take the field and from pole position in Hungary was calls a pretext to fire him in
at most two or three openers Vettels compatriot Michael Schu- order to silence his criticism
make the squad. macher, who was dominant in 2004 against the hostility against
Kohli was careful not to pre- and went on to win his seventh and him in the North Atlantic auton-
empt any picks and hoped who- last championship that season. omous Danish territory, which
ever missed out would not be Hungary was the last race before Vettel celebrating winning the race on the podium with the trophy at the Hungarian he moved to 14 years ago, ac-
too disappointed. AFP the August break, with nine of the Grand Prix in Budapest, Hungary yesterday. Photo by Reuters cording to the daily Greenlandic
21 rounds remaining. Reuters newspaper Sermitsiaq. AFP
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
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BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET

Bursa Malaysia YEAR


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LOW
DAY
HIGH
DAY
LOW
CODE COUNTER CLOSING
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VOL
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VWAP*
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PE#
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DY
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0.115 0.070 0.090 0.085 7198 DPS 0.090 0.005 210 0.086 900.00 52.9 0.917 0.580 0.625 0.615 7249 EWEIN 0.620 -0.005 78.7 0.619 14.00 0.81 187.0
0.105 0.020 0.080 0.075 7182 EKA 0.075 UNCH 799.1 0.077 23.4 1.380 1.011 1.320 1.300 2984 FACBIND 1.320 UNCH 35.4 1.313 11.76 1.89 112.4
0.360 0.140 0.240 0.240 9091 EMICO 0.240 UNCH 160.5 0.240 15.09 23.0 3.020 2.270 2.940 2.900 7229 FAVCO 2.940 0.010 49.1 2.916 8.54 5.10 650.9
2.006 1.372 7149 ENGKAH 1.490 43.44 4.03 105.4 0.800 0.491 0.665 0.630 149 FIBON 0.635 -0.090 4390.3 0.645 9.69 1.97 62.2
0.270 0.195 0.215 0.200 7208 EURO 0.210 0.005 271.3 0.207 27.27 51.0 2.390 2.020 2.390 2.340 3107 FIMACOR 2.390 0.090 263.9 2.365 15.29 5.23 586.2
0.820 0.630 0.735 0.735 7094 EUROSP 0.735 UNCH 15 0.735 32.6 1.820 1.368 1.740 1.720 5197 FLBHD 1.730 UNCH 331.3 1.726 8.07 8.67 178.5
26.000 21.887 25.000 24.700 3689 F&N 24.900 0.100 436.4 24.943 24.16 2.31 9,132.8 1.420 1.330 3611 GBH 1.340 154.0 250.0
1.205 0.815 1.000 1.000 2755 FCW 1.000 UNCH 8 1.000 82.64 1.50 250.0 2.470 1.450 2.300 2.190 7197 GESHEN 2.200 -0.030 556.8 2.239 10.35 176.0
0.875 0.620 0.680 0.660 8605 FFHB 0.660 -0.015 103.3 0.662 11.09 1.52 71.9 0.085 0.040 0.065 0.060 5220 GLOTEC 0.065 UNCH 8287 0.061 349.8
1.180 0.655 1.180 1.110 9172 FPI 1.180 0.060 1615.4 1.153 13.47 5.08 291.9 0.735 0.220 0.250 0.245 7192 GOODWAY 0.245 0.005 53.5 0.245 27.1
2.070 0.760 7184 G3 1.790 246.1 0.135 0.085 0.105 0.095 7096 GPA 0.105 0.010 1160.5 0.103 12.80 103.0
1.570 0.858 1.570 1.480 5102 GCB 1.560 0.080 2560.8 1.528 21.55 0.96 749.0 0.425 0.255 0.310 0.305 5649 GPHAROS 0.310 0.005 35 0.309 41.7
2.999 2.334 2.800 2.790 5606 GOLDIS 2.790 -0.030 10 2.795 8.19 0.72 1,705.8 0.245 0.196 0.210 0.210 136 GREENYB 0.210 -0.005 50 0.210 40.38 2.86 70.1
0.110 0.030 0.050 0.050 5187 HBGLOB 0.050 UNCH 60.3 0.050 23.4 0.145 0.085 0.105 0.105 7077 GSB 0.105 UNCH 196.6 0.105 55.4
19.100 15.038 18.060 17.940 3255 HEIM 18.020 0.060 48 17.998 20.00 6.38 5,443.8 1.050 0.749 0.950 0.940 3247 GUH 0.950 0.015 46.2 0.948 13.44 3.68 264.0
10.600 8.397 10.500 10.420 3301 HLIND 10.420 -0.040 45.4 10.468 11.60 3.36 3,416.8 1.180 0.235 0.880 0.875 5151 HALEX 0.875 -0.010 52.8 0.877 92.8
1.019 0.826 0.965 0.950 5160 HOMERIZ 0.960 0.015 489.6 0.958 10.61 2.08 288.0 7.400 3.996 7.200 7.140 5168 HARTA 7.150 -0.060 661.8 7.153 41.47 1.12 11,762.4
0.405 0.240 0.340 0.330 7213 HOVID 0.335 UNCH 1033.1 0.335 24.45 2.99 275.0 6.600 2.950 5.750 5.650 7105 HCK 5.680 -0.200 15 5.679 516.36 478.5
1.280 1.113 1.210 1.200 5024 HUPSENG 1.210 UNCH 59.2 1.206 20.44 3.31 968.0 7.020 1.990 7.020 6.370 4324 HENGYUAN 6.900 0.540 7832.1 6.764 4.03 2,070.0
0.630 0.450 0.475 0.470 8478 HWATAI 0.475 -0.005 36 0.474 169.64 35.5 1.690 0.983 1.690 1.650 5095 HEVEA 1.680 0.010 6234.4 1.675 9.46 4.23 908.3
4.520 1.865 4.520 4.320 5107 IQGROUP 4.500 0.120 94.1 4.437 13.94 2.44 396.1 1.200 0.811 1.010 0.995 3298 HEXZA 1.000 -0.010 181.8 1.001 7.27 4.50 200.4
1.500 0.919 1.440 1.420 7152 JAYCORP 1.430 -0.020 292.5 1.429 8.72 3.50 196.3 0.410 0.240 0.400 0.390 5072 HIAPTEK 0.400 UNCH 5309 0.395 13.47 0.75 523.9
0.740 0.505 0.585 0.570 8931 JERASIA 0.580 UNCH 47.4 0.580 8.24 47.6 0.560 0.180 0.415 0.405 5199 HIBISCS 0.405 -0.005 5091.1 0.407 4.63 584.8
2.618 1.510 1.640 1.620 5247 KAREX 1.620 UNCH 407.2 1.629 43.67 1.23 1,623.8 1.276 0.840 7033 HIGHTEC 1.100 7.45 3.18 44.7
5.070 3.153 4.840 4.800 7216 KAWAN 4.800 -0.020 149 4.828 34.88 0.52 1,294.3 1.226 0.687 1.050 1.040 8443 HIL 1.040 -0.010 46 1.042 17.66 1.44 289.9
0.260 0.040 0.150 0.150 8303 KFM 0.150 0.005 7 0.150 10.2 0.405 0.270 5165 HOKHENG 0.350 35.35 28.0
0.920 0.716 0.770 0.755 6203 KHEESAN 0.770 -0.010 54 0.759 16.49 1.30 80.1 0.055 0.020 0.030 0.030 2739 HUAAN 0.030 -0.005 20 0.030 33.7
2.700 1.884 7062 KHIND 2.280 11.31 4.39 91.3 3.385 2.130 2.300 2.260 5000 HUMEIND 2.280 0.010 133 2.283 42.78 0.88 1,092.3
2.210 0.995 2.080 1.990 2 KOTRA 2.080 0.110 15 2.038 20.68 0.96 277.5 0.075 0.045 0.050 0.050 9601 HWGB 0.050 UNCH 300 0.050 49.9
0.140 0.050 0.075 0.075 5172 KSTAR 0.075 UNCH 25.8 0.075 22.0 0.890 0.720 0.755 0.720 9687 IDEALUBB 0.755 0.010 23.2 0.737 5.52 83.4
6.000 4.509 5.350 5.340 7006 LATITUD 5.350 -0.050 14 5.350 6.99 2.24 520.1 2.070 1.690 1.890 1.890 7222 IMASPRO 1.890 -0.010 5 1.890 19.03 1.85 151.2
0.950 0.785 0.930 0.910 9385 LAYHONG 0.925 -0.005 570.2 0.923 30.83 0.54 563.1 0.300 0.165 0.190 0.175 7183 IRETEX 0.180 0.005 1501.8 0.186 24.9
0.377 0.261 0.325 0.320 8079 LEESK 0.320 -0.010 106 0.321 11.35 3.13 53.7 0.085 0.055 7223 JADI 0.055 51.8
3.332 2.711 3.220 3.190 7089 LIIHEN 3.220 0.020 467.8 3.201 7.80 4.97 579.6 0.175 0.137 0.145 0.145 8648 JASKITA 0.145 -0.005 55 0.145 6.90 65.2
0.820 0.710 0.750 0.740 7126 LONBISC 0.745 UNCH 365.7 0.744 9.61 139.0 0.110 0.030 2747 JAVA 0.035 6.1
1.890 1.212 1.650 1.620 7085 LTKM 1.650 0.010 5.9 1.635 17.86 1.82 214.7 1.120 0.892 7043 JMR 1.090 167.6 138.2
7.920 3.722 7.660 7.400 7087 MAGNI 7.570 0.180 417.6 7.547 10.26 1.85 1,231.9 1.729 0.825 1.540 1.500 7167 JOHOTIN 1.500 -0.030 249.2 1.515 7.44 1.75 417.0
0.045 0.010 5189 MAXWELL 0.020 8.0 1.460 1.064 1.140 1.130 4383 JTIASA 1.140 UNCH 468.5 1.131 14.56 1.14 1,110.0
1.266 0.974 5886 MBG 1.060 24.71 2.83 64.4 0.310 0.160 0.295 0.270 54 KARYON 0.290 0.020 14635.8 0.286 27.36 138.0
2.500 1.285 2.400 2.380 3662 MFLOUR 2.400 -0.010 22.3 2.386 14.99 2.71 1,320.7 0.873 0.680 0.765 0.765 7199 KEINHIN 0.765 UNCH 1 0.765 10.74 1.96 75.7
0.990 0.800 0.865 0.845 7935 MILUX 0.845 -0.015 28.9 0.855 46.0 0.525 0.340 6211 KIALIM 0.360 22.3
5.005 4.000 4.050 4.020 5202 MSM 4.050 0.050 56.5 4.049 106.30 3.46 2,847.1 3.009 2.733 2.930 2.930 3522 KIANJOO 2.930 UNCH 17 2.930 9.63 1.37 1,301.4
0.035 0.030 5150 MSPORTS 0.035 21.2 2.363 1.511 2.040 1.970 5371 KIMHIN 1.980 UNCH 51.4 1.977 8.57 3.03 308.1
1.826 1.184 1.490 1.470 3921 MWE 1.470 -0.020 16 1.476 2.58 1.36 340.4 0.085 0.025 0.040 0.040 5060 KINSTEL 0.040 UNCH 960 0.040 42.0
85.200 72.962 84.480 83.900 4707 NESTLE 83.920 -0.240 123.1 83.944 30.42 3.22 19,679.2 1.670 1.090 9466 KKB 1.180 3.39 304.2
4.880 2.711 4.080 3.900 7060 NHFATT 3.940 -0.400 402.7 3.957 9.29 2.79 296.1 0.455 0.235 0.245 0.240 7164 KNM 0.245 UNCH 3301.6 0.241 528.3
0.130 0.070 0.095 0.085 7139 NICE 0.095 0.010 3306.2 0.090 27.14 31.6 1.129 0.751 0.920 0.915 6971 KOBAY 0.920 -0.080 22.3 0.920 14.84 93.9
0.315 0.240 0.245 0.245 7215 NIHSIN 0.245 UNCH 50 0.245 58.4 0.367 0.240 0.265 0.255 7017 KOMARK 0.260 0.010 572.3 0.259 32.4
0.905 0.775 0.795 0.795 5066 NTPM 0.795 UNCH 43 0.795 18.07 3.02 892.9 7.150 5.565 7.100 7.070 7153 KOSSAN 7.100 0.050 885.6 7.082 27.96 1.55 4,540.2
0.690 0.345 0.585 0.560 7071 OCR 0.570 -0.010 750.4 0.579 146.6 1.110 0.345 0.985 0.985 7130 KPOWER 0.985 UNCH 38.3 0.985 55.5
0.250 0.040 0.130 0.125 7071PA OCR-PA 0.125 -0.005 4153 0.125 80.6 5.118 4.606 4.980 4.920 3476 KSENG 4.980 0.050 85.9 4.944 12.78 2.01 1,800.2
2.389 1.353 1.680 1.630 7107 OFI 1.630 -0.080 12 1.642 21.45 2.45 391.2 0.580 0.346 0.510 0.510 5192 KSSC 0.510 UNCH 20 0.510 9.24 2.94 49.0
7.300 6.315 6.630 6.570 4006 ORIENT 6.620 -0.010 336.2 6.601 14.85 3.02 4,107.0 0.775 0.295 0.690 0.665 8362 KYM 0.675 0.010 1570.3 0.680 25.86 101.2
3.890 2.222 3.700 3.630 7052 PADINI 3.640 -0.040 441.3 3.658 15.42 2.75 2,394.8 8.400 5.060 5.760 5.720 3794 LAFMSIA 5.750 -0.010 103.9 5.749 727.85 3.48 4,885.7
38.422 30.120 37.500 37.000 3719 PANAMY 37.080 -0.020 18.8 37.063 17.74 3.75 2,252.5 0.940 0.549 0.795 0.775 9326 LBALUM 0.780 -0.010 709.1 0.787 10.79 2.56 193.8
0.774 0.510 5022 PAOS 0.570 35.40 2.86 103.3 0.614 0.448 0.515 0.515 5092 LCTH 0.515 -0.005 142 0.515 13.07 4.85 185.4
0.650 0.300 0.480 0.430 9407 PARAGON 0.480 0.030 6 0.451 21.33 33.6 6.530 6.070 6.150 6.110 5284 LCTITAN 6.130 -0.030 1109 6.128 8.05 14,146.8
0.660 0.310 0.515 0.460 6068 PCCS 0.460 -0.040 45 0.478 27.6 0.844 0.422 0.730 0.720 5232 LEONFB 0.725 0.005 502.9 0.724 6.27 2.07 224.8
1.060 0.700 0.860 0.855 5231 PELIKAN 0.855 -0.005 20 0.859 174.49 473.1 0.440 0.100 0.290 0.285 8745 LEWEKO 0.285 0.005 360.7 0.288 91.7
0.235 0.145 0.190 0.190 4081 PMCORP 0.190 UNCH 429.5 0.190 10.56 146.9 0.080 0.020 0.040 0.040 2887 LIONDIV 0.040 -0.005 8.2 0.040 55.7
0.515 0.441 0.495 0.485 5080 POHKONG 0.490 -0.010 177 0.491 11.14 2.04 201.1 1.280 0.275 1.180 1.120 4235 LIONIND 1.150 -0.030 2127.2 1.149 825.6
1.998 1.422 1.940 1.910 7088 POHUAT 1.930 0.020 161.8 1.922 7.19 4.15 438.0 0.665 0.285 0.615 0.595 9881 LSTEEL 0.595 -0.015 632.9 0.601 8.60 76.2
17.300 15.159 16.860 16.680 4065 PPB 16.840 0.040 157.1 16.824 17.25 1.48 19,963.8 0.160 0.050 0.120 0.115 5068 LUSTER 0.120 UNCH 2945 0.120 237.1
0.720 0.494 7190 PPG 0.625 12.02 2.21 62.5 3.875 3.336 3.690 3.690 9199 LYSAGHT 3.690 -0.010 19 3.690 9.78 1.90 153.4
1.659 1.240 1.290 1.270 8966 PRLEXUS 1.290 0.020 125.2 1.274 9.06 2.33 232.2 1.280 0.510 1.080 1.030 5098 MASTEEL 1.040 -0.030 1285.2 1.052 8.25 254.5
1.170 0.636 1.050 1.040 7134 PWF 1.050 0.010 159.1 1.043 17.65 2.59 175.8 0.855 0.475 0.675 0.670 7029 MASTER 0.670 -0.005 68.1 0.671 11.71 1.49 36.6
2.705 1.840 2.300 2.240 7237 PWROOT 2.240 -0.060 294.5 2.259 15.77 5.13 738.9 1.170 0.906 1.080 1.050 5152 MBL 1.080 0.020 368.6 1.076 7.83 3.70 99.4
5.000 4.143 4.900 4.890 7084 QL 4.900 UNCH 98.3 4.895 31.21 0.87 6,115.3 0.870 0.618 7004 MCEHLDG 0.800 21.00 1.88 35.5
2.360 1.457 2.350 2.340 9946 REX 2.350 0.010 113.9 2.347 104.91 0.85 144.9 0.660 0.290 0.310 0.295 3778 MELEWAR 0.310 0.005 157.9 0.300 69.9
1.890 1.060 1.490 1.480 183 SALUTE 1.480 -0.020 18 1.483 22.70 1.62 574.2 0.789 0.478 0.695 0.660 5223 MENTIGA 0.665 0.005 51 0.664 9.42 1.50 46.6
1.609 1.000 1.390 1.350 5252 SASBADI 1.350 -0.030 570.1 1.365 21.29 1.67 377.2 1.426 1.062 1.270 1.270 8192 MERCURY 1.270 -0.030 2 1.270 13.44 9.45 51.0
0.390 0.275 0.380 0.370 5157 SAUDEE 0.370 -0.010 194.9 0.373 411.11 44.4 1.837 1.596 6149 METROD 1.710 17.57 3.51 205.2
1.430 1.000 1.260 1.260 7180 SERNKOU 1.260 -0.010 18.8 1.260 151.2 1.068 0.333 0.945 0.920 5001 MIECO 0.925 -0.020 3612.1 0.928 8.52 4.32 485.6
0.845 0.580 0.670 0.660 7165 SGB 0.670 -0.030 12 0.667 114.6 0.150 0.075 0.140 0.135 7219 MINETEC 0.135 -0.005 726 0.136 98.8
0.270 0.060 0.245 0.240 7165PA SGB-PA 0.245 UNCH 170 0.244 109.6 0.740 0.515 0.560 0.550 5576 MINHO 0.560 UNCH 12.4 0.552 9.64 123.0
2.065 1.480 1.510 1.500 7412 SHH 1.500 UNCH 43 1.502 14.20 6.67 75.0 4.403 2.677 4.210 4.110 5916 MSC 4.120 -0.080 61.4 4.150 15.37 1.94 412.0
1.070 0.800 0.900 0.890 7246 SIGN 0.895 -0.005 139 0.896 4.97 5.59 215.1 2.060 1.373 1.510 1.500 3883 MUDA 1.500 UNCH 68.4 1.505 17.69 2.00 457.6
0.915 0.194 0.700 0.685 8532 SINOTOP 0.700 0.010 89 0.691 51.85 276.4 1.200 0.435 0.805 0.785 5087 MYCRON 0.790 -0.015 465 0.791 6.16 224.0
0.865 0.625 0.670 0.630 9776 SMCAP 0.670 0.010 19.4 0.638 35.08 40.9 0.240 0.035 7002 NAKA 0.180 10.0
0.385 0.200 7943 SNC 0.335 44.67 22.1 0.385 0.185 0.195 0.185 5025 NWP 0.195 0.005 374.1 0.188 70.4
2.548 2.155 2.380 2.380 7103 SPRITZER 2.380 UNCH 10 2.380 17.28 2.43 434.6 1.190 0.492 1.120 1.030 4944 NYLEX 1.040 -0.030 4410.4 1.069 9.94 1.92 202.1
1.500 1.020 1.140 1.130 7186 SWSCAP 1.130 UNCH 102.5 1.131 70.19 0.88 164.8 1.940 1.125 1.880 1.860 7140 OKA 1.870 0.020 164.1 1.867 10.95 2.94 305.3
0.669 0.492 0.525 0.515 7082 SYF 0.520 -0.005 1037.1 0.521 8.33 1.92 322.0 1.340 0.865 1.260 1.250 5065 ORNA 1.260 UNCH 244.9 1.260 10.14 2.38 94.8
0.505 0.280 0.415 0.405 7211 TAFI 0.415 0.015 62.1 0.411 33.2 0.085 0.055 0.065 0.065 7225 PA 0.065 0.005 120 0.065 61.5
1.979 1.651 1.760 1.720 4405 TCHONG 1.740 -0.010 8.7 1.736 1.15 1,169.3 7.800 6.338 6.970 6.920 5183 PCHEM 6.950 -0.010 4321.7 6.952 15.33 2.73 55,600.0
1.402 0.505 0.585 0.545 7200 TEKSENG 0.560 UNCH 3789 0.571 10.39 3.57 195.0 2.020 1.454 1.700 1.690 5271 PECCA 1.690 -0.010 3 1.693 21.28 2.37 317.7
1.250 0.865 0.905 0.905 7252 TEOSENG 0.905 -0.015 10 0.905 17.78 1.66 271.5 0.801 0.605 0.660 0.655 9997 PENSONI 0.660 UNCH 200.4 0.655 11.28 4.55 85.6
1.510 1.230 9369 TGL 1.400 18.72 5.36 57.0 8.150 5.738 8.100 7.930 5436 PERSTIM 8.060 0.130 36.9 8.036 14.51 4.96 800.4
0.620 0.400 7230 TOMEI 0.590 14.57 81.8 21.925 17.949 18.980 18.880 6033 PETGAS 18.960 UNCH 293.9 18.949 21.38 3.32 37,516.8
0.560 0.390 0.420 0.410 7176 TPC 0.420 0.010 34.7 0.410 45.16 98.2 8.870 3.416 8.870 8.500 3042 PETRONM 8.850 0.350 647.1 8.705 7.25 2.49 2,389.5
6.461 4.089 5.890 5.780 4588 UMW 5.820 -0.080 155.5 5.823 3.44 6,799.5 2.476 1.595 2.320 2.320 7095 PIE 2.320 UNCH 688.2 2.320 19.55 1.03 891.0
2.480 1.934 2.480 2.450 7757 UPA 2.480 0.050 30 2.472 5.93 3.23 197.4 2.580 1.277 2.220 2.160 7172 PMBTECH 2.190 UNCH 20 2.175 15.89 1.83 175.2
1.668 0.677 1.480 1.450 7203 WANGZNG 1.480 0.020 91 1.463 12.88 2.70 236.8 2.977 2.530 2.800 2.740 8869 PMETAL 2.770 0.040 6525.6 2.774 18.95 1.83 10,342.3
0.325 0.080 0.245 0.230 5156 XDL 0.240 UNCH 1362.2 0.236 26.97 161.7 0.575 0.450 0.515 0.510 6637 PNEPCB 0.510 UNCH 22 0.512 13.46 67.1
0.615 0.360 0.575 0.560 7121 XIANLNG 0.565 -0.010 423.3 0.568 41.1 0.995 0.270 0.635 0.615 8117 POLY 0.620 -0.030 154.2 0.628 2.89 99.2
0.185 0.020 5155 XINQUAN 0.055 26.7 1.670 0.920 1.580 1.540 8273 PPHB 1.550 -0.030 280 1.551 9.54 170.3
2.822 2.175 2.440 2.390 5584 YEELEE 2.430 0.040 89.9 2.425 11.63 1.85 465.0 0.365 0.250 9458 PREMIER 0.275 229.1 92.7
1.500 1.034 1.490 1.450 5159 YOCB 1.490 0.020 134 1.461 10.25 2.68 238.4 1.370 0.501 1.300 1.260 9873 PRESTAR 1.290 UNCH 363.3 1.279 7.58 2.33 261.4
3.070 1.744 2.980 2.950 7178 YSPSAH 2.950 0.020 275.4 2.960 12.62 2.37 402.8 1.110 0.635 1.050 1.020 7168 PRG 1.040 UNCH 1189.9 1.031 86.67 0.48 311.0
1.957 1.160 1.670 1.640 5131 ZHULIAN 1.670 0.010 46 1.654 14.41 3.59 768.2 0.330 0.085 0.250 0.245 7123 PWORTH 0.245 -0.005 9433.9 0.245 94.23 228.0
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 1.380 1.080 7544 QUALITY 1.140 66.1
1.420 0.922 1.350 1.320 12 3A 1.340 0.020 787.4 1.332 15.49 1.07 659.3 0.800 0.510 7498 RALCO 0.700 29.4
0.210 0.085 0.150 0.135 7086 ABLEGRP 0.145 0.010 4721.8 0.143 38.3 5.860 5.320 5.650 5.520 7765 RAPID 5.620 -0.080 116.2 5.574 769.8 600.8
0.400 0.200 0.355 0.355 7131 ACME 0.355 UNCH 10.9 0.355 77.6 0.745 0.400 0.425 0.420 5256 REACH 0.425 0.005 1022.1 0.423 18.81 466.0
0.900 0.630 0.690 0.685 7191 ADVENTA 0.685 -0.005 8 0.686 3425.0 104.7 0.655 0.390 0.565 0.555 7232 RESINTC 0.555 -0.005 510.2 0.560 8.42 2.16 76.1
2.694 2.045 2.200 2.200 9148 ADVPKG 2.200 UNCH 25 2.200 18.29 5.45 45.1 1.190 0.595 1.180 1.130 9741 ROHAS 1.160 0.020 1959.2 1.158 463.8
0.220 0.135 0.185 0.180 7146 AEM 0.180 -0.005 942.1 0.181 53.9 0.834 0.706 0.770 0.760 7803 RUBEREX 0.760 -0.010 279.8 0.765 8.46 1.64 191.7
0.500 0.365 5198 AFUJIYA 0.420 23.33 75.6 5.250 3.604 4.900 4.800 5134 SAB 4.850 0.050 22.4 4.846 13.65 1.03 664.1
0.635 0.405 0.480 0.460 2682 AISB 0.480 0.020 30.2 0.460 14.29 69.3 8.490 4.773 8.340 8.200 9822 SAM 8.200 -0.140 83.7 8.266 22.51 1.25 1,032.5
* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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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)
1.010 0.853 1.010 0.990 7811 SAPIND 1.010 0.010 2 1.000 11.94 5.94 73.5 2.087 1.074 1.780 1.780 5208 EITA 1.780 UNCH 2 1.780 8.54 2.25 231.4
1.325 0.984 1.100 1.090 5170 SCABLE 1.100 UNCH 30.1 1.095 17.97 2.73 348.8 1.508 1.102 1.300 1.280 5056 ENGTEX 1.280 -0.020 542.9 1.287 6.31 0.78 461.4
3.450 2.049 3.380 3.190 7247 SCGM 3.200 -0.130 142.8 3.223 18.64 1.88 619.5 0.624 0.370 0.540 0.525 6939 FIAMMA 0.530 -0.020 144.8 0.532 10.79 2.83 280.9
0.740 0.520 9237 SCIB 0.600 33.15 48.5 0.440 0.380 0.405 0.400 9318 FITTERS 0.405 UNCH 431.7 0.400 1.48 194.6
8.928 5.880 8.690 8.500 4731 SCIENTX 8.630 0.050 215.2 8.588 18.91 1.85 4,173.1 1.468 1.084 7210 FREIGHT 1.260 10.84 3.97 234.5
0.345 0.250 7239 SCNWOLF 0.300 26.3 0.395 0.135 0.385 0.375 128 FRONTKN 0.375 -0.010 13296.7 0.379 14.88 395.0
0.525 0.135 0.250 0.215 7366 SCOMIEN 0.250 UNCH 108 0.249 85.5 0.290 0.150 9377 FSBM 0.220 31.1
1.660 0.660 1.470 1.390 7073 SEACERA 1.460 0.060 6473.8 1.445 77.66 2.05 359.2 3.096 2.244 2.900 2.880 5209 GASMSIA 2.890 UNCH 1550.4 2.900 22.15 4.45 3,710.8
0.230 0.140 0.160 0.155 5145 SEALINK 0.160 UNCH 45.8 0.158 80.0 0.820 0.615 0.695 0.685 78 GDEX 0.690 UNCH 1743.8 0.691 98.57 0.36 3,847.6
0.765 0.250 5163 SEB 0.640 51.2 6.302 4.138 6.110 5.960 4715 GENM 5.990 -0.120 4282.8 6.013 11.14 1.54 35,568.9
1.060 0.388 0.970 0.935 5181 SIGGAS 0.955 -0.005 1897.7 0.955 39.63 1.26 179.1 10.000 7.449 9.710 9.610 3182 GENTING 9.640 -0.080 2783.1 9.638 13.70 0.62 36,784.6
1.040 0.550 7115 SKBSHUT 0.820 12.22 32.8 4.420 1.546 4.420 4.230 3204 GKENT 4.420 0.200 2467.5 4.342 15.85 2.26 1,659.8
1.440 1.121 1.330 1.320 7155 SKPRES 1.330 UNCH 1582.1 1.329 14.93 2.63 1,662.8 0.555 0.300 0.455 0.455 7676 GUNUNG 0.455 0.005 5 0.455 107.5
2.923 1.949 2.400 2.370 7248 SLP 2.400 -0.010 18.6 2.373 23.35 1.88 633.9 4.390 1.834 4.300 4.260 7668 HAIO 4.290 -0.010 91.7 4.284 23.40 2.49 1,281.2
0.700 0.585 7132 SMISCOR 0.630 3.97 28.2 0.335 0.200 7253 HANDAL 0.230 36.8
1.780 0.884 1.690 1.660 5665 SSTEEL 1.660 -0.030 249.3 1.668 1.81 712.2 9.350 7.192 9.150 9.010 3034 HAPSENG 9.010 -0.140 156 9.050 21.13 3.88 22,432.0
0.330 0.065 0.270 0.250 7143 STONE 0.270 0.005 174.9 0.258 24.3 1.063 0.685 0.695 0.690 2062 HARBOUR 0.690 -0.005 115 0.690 8.30 2.90 276.3
1.550 1.340 1.360 1.360 6904 SUBUR 1.360 UNCH 1 1.360 284.2 4.077 2.778 3.850 3.850 5008 HARISON 3.850 -0.060 1 3.850 12.46 6.49 263.7
4.320 1.535 3.650 3.640 7207 SUCCESS 3.650 UNCH 30.4 3.650 11.26 1.37 447.8 0.150 0.050 0.060 0.055 7013 HUBLINE 0.060 UNCH 29603.2 0.060 66.3
2.620 1.764 2.620 2.480 7235 SUPERLN 2.600 0.150 1387.4 2.554 17.40 1.06 416.0 0.480 0.220 0.230 0.230 5255 ICON 0.230 UNCH 26 0.230 270.8
2.324 1.852 1.960 1.920 7106 SUPERMX 1.920 -0.040 454 1.930 21.89 1.30 1,305.9 6.696 5.512 5.990 5.950 5225 IHH 5.950 UNCH 1241 5.962 57.82 0.50 49,022.3
4.210 3.317 3.600 3.470 5012 TAANN 3.480 -0.060 49 3.544 10.15 3.47 1,548.1 0.920 0.710 5614 ILB 0.765 58.85 3.27 149.2
0.545 0.350 0.410 0.395 4022 TADMAX 0.395 -0.015 2689.5 0.400 212.8 1.000 0.730 0.770 0.770 5673 IPMUDA 0.770 UNCH 10 0.770 3.90 55.8
0.415 0.235 0.285 0.285 5149 TAS 0.285 -0.005 62 0.285 51.3 2.166 1.325 1.780 1.780 58 JCBNEXT 1.780 UNCH 0.4 1.780 27.99 1.12 249.2
14.658 12.135 12.880 12.820 4448 TASEK 12.840 -0.160 18.6 12.854 106.03 9.35 1,587.3 0.310 0.230 0.270 0.265 8923 JIANKUN 0.270 UNCH 60 0.269 45.0
0.290 0.090 0.215 0.205 5178 TATGIAP 0.205 -0.020 612 0.210 31.8 0.390 0.295 0.355 0.355 8672 KAMDAR 0.355 -0.015 20 0.355 70.3
1.220 0.290 1.150 1.130 7097 TAWIN 1.150 -0.010 976.2 1.149 15.25 73.9 0.330 0.180 0.210 0.205 5079 KBES 0.210 -0.010 8.8 0.207 26.5
2.920 1.020 1.760 1.680 7439 TECGUAN 1.680 -0.080 12 1.747 9.62 67.4 1.960 1.690 1.890 1.870 6491 KFIMA 1.890 0.040 135.2 1.879 17.57 4.76 533.4
0.700 0.305 6378 TEKALA 0.640 97.9 0.739 0.236 0.665 0.650 151 KGB 0.655 -0.010 1180.7 0.657 13.67 1.53 150.5
4.803 3.817 4.240 4.160 7034 TGUAN 4.200 -0.030 80.6 4.189 8.29 2.86 556.4 1.680 1.020 5035 KNUSFOR 1.150 1.74 114.6
2.166 1.470 1.720 1.690 7374 TIENWAH 1.720 0.010 80.7 1.717 4.34 6.98 249.0 4.290 3.803 4.190 4.160 5878 KPJ 4.160 -0.040 782.7 4.174 30.01 1.68 4,443.4
0.800 0.560 7854 TIMWELL 0.650 57.9 1.678 0.993 1.320 1.310 5843 KPS 1.320 0.010 166.5 1.315 1100 4.73 658.7
1.080 0.595 1.060 1.040 7285 TOMYPAK 1.050 0.010 393.8 1.049 17.50 3.05 440.0 0.590 0.485 0.550 0.540 9121 KPSCB 0.550 0.010 251.4 0.549 11.22 81.3
3.760 1.712 3.600 3.530 5010 TONGHER 3.600 0.030 108.5 3.573 10.72 8.33 566.7 0.225 0.115 0.150 0.150 4847 KTB 0.150 -0.005 95.9 0.150 60.4
5.878 4.087 5.760 5.700 7113 TOPGLOV 5.750 -0.010 763 5.745 24.07 2.52 7,222.8 0.628 0.299 0.515 0.505 6874 KUB 0.510 UNCH 563.1 0.508 11.38 1.96 283.8
0.850 0.495 7173 TOYOINK 0.700 74.9 0.380 0.240 0.270 0.260 7170 LFECORP 0.260 -0.015 620 0.262 27.66 47.2
0.230 0.145 0.205 0.200 4359 TURIYA 0.200 -0.010 53 0.201 45.7 0.650 0.420 0.530 0.510 8486 LIONFIB 0.530 0.005 10 0.512 122.7
1.890 1.481 1.890 1.870 7100 UCHITEC 1.880 -0.010 1044.6 1.881 13.94 6.91 836.8 2.260 1.367 2.110 2.090 5143 LUXCHEM 2.090 0.010 537.6 2.098 12.55 3.35 585.5
6.360 3.310 4.200 4.080 7133 ULICORP 4.080 -0.160 149.2 4.102 21.22 2.94 592.4 2.421 1.670 1.720 1.710 3859 MAGNUM 1.720 0.010 353.3 1.715 16.17 7.56 2,472.9
1.425 1.150 1.250 1.250 7227 UMSNGB 1.250 -0.030 20 1.250 9.05 2.40 100.0 1.700 1.010 1.050 1.030 5264 MALAKOF 1.030 -0.010 949.7 1.036 13.90 6.80 5,150.0
1.680 0.870 0.960 0.870 4995 VERSATL 0.945 0.040 2293.9 0.922 1575 110.9 0.179 0.141 0.150 0.145 3514 MARCO 0.150 UNCH 275.2 0.149 9.04 3.33 158.1
2.210 1.267 2.200 2.160 6963 VS 2.200 0.030 3953.9 2.183 19.86 2.20 2,648.4 6.549 5.415 5.630 5.590 6012 MAXIS 5.620 0.030 7848.4 5.618 20.28 3.56 43,895.1
1.010 0.746 0.960 0.940 5142 WASEONG 0.945 -0.015 153.1 0.944 0.53 732.3 0.955 0.680 0.715 0.700 5077 MAYBULK 0.710 0.005 134.9 0.705 710.0
0.485 0.345 0.430 0.420 7226 WATTA 0.420 -0.015 13.7 0.427 35.5 2.636 2.054 2.240 2.240 5983 MBMR 2.240 0.030 0.4 2.240 13.05 2.68 875.6
2.170 1.471 2.150 2.100 7111 WEIDA 2.100 -0.060 275.5 2.115 14.70 1.43 280.0 1.378 0.865 0.900 0.895 4502 MEDIA 0.900 UNCH 656.8 0.896 8.89 998.3
2.349 1.741 2.300 2.200 7231 WELLCAL 2.260 0.050 165.1 2.261 22.09 4.07 750.2 0.729 0.495 0.540 0.530 5090 MEDIAC 0.540 0.010 485 0.535 13.60 5.69 911.1
0.845 0.585 0.760 0.760 7050 WONG 0.760 UNCH 98.9 0.760 138.1 69.7 1.070 0.550 7234 MESB 0.890 37.4
0.700 0.445 7025 WOODLAN 0.550 14.55 22.0 4.000 1.788 3.900 3.850 3069 MFCB 3.860 UNCH 139 3.857 10.10 1.30 1,551.9
2.084 1.836 1.990 1.990 5009 WTHORSE 1.990 0.020 2 1.990 31.19 5.03 477.6 1.160 0.725 0.730 0.725 5186 MHB 0.730 UNCH 99 0.730 1,168.0
1.145 0.870 0.880 0.875 4243 WTK 0.875 -0.005 106.9 0.876 86.63 2.29 421.2 7.827 6.785 7.400 7.360 3816 MISC 7.360 -0.020 391.5 7.364 12.23 3.67 32,853.5
1.380 0.953 1.120 1.100 7245 WZSATU 1.100 UNCH 119.5 1.110 12.59 1.82 383.8 2.606 1.996 2.390 2.360 2194 MMCCORP 2.380 -0.020 158.4 2.362 13.11 1.68 7,247.2
0.975 0.745 5048 YILAI 0.780 36.11 124.8 0.395 0.205 0.325 0.315 59 MMODE 0.325 0.005 530.5 0.320 1.85 52.9
0.400 0.180 0.215 0.210 7020 YKGI 0.210 -0.005 305 0.211 73.2 0.100 0.050 0.055 0.050 43 MTRONIC 0.055 0.005 110 0.050 52.2
0.700 0.380 0.525 0.510 7014 YLI 0.525 -0.005 135.1 0.514 10.31 0.95 54.0 0.280 0.115 0.175 0.170 3891 MUIIND 0.170 -0.005 1020.8 0.174 498.5
CONSTRUCTION 3.050 1.950 2.520 2.370 3905 MULPHA 2.380 -0.090 117.9 2.444 24.82 760.7
1.200 0.735 1.060 1.020 5281 ADVCON 1.040 0.010 3879.2 1.041 14.59 418.2 2.370 1.385 2.150 2.120 138 MYEG 2.140 0.030 10642.4 2.137 39.78 0.64 7,717.5
0.750 0.280 7007 ARK 0.475 23.1 0.910 0.305 0.840 0.820 9806 NATWIDE 0.830 0.015 659.3 0.826 99.8
1.200 0.600 1.130 1.100 7078 AZRB 1.130 0.020 349.2 1.106 18.80 1.77 600.6 0.140 0.075 0.080 0.080 4464 NICORP 0.080 -0.005 272 0.080 6.78 70.1
0.793 0.576 0.660 0.655 6173 BDB 0.660 UNCH 40.2 0.658 6.27 6.82 200.5 0.828 0.631 0.730 0.730 5533 OCB 0.730 UNCH 28.6 0.730 13.15 1.37 75.1
0.625 0.351 0.425 0.420 5190 BENALEC 0.420 -0.005 476.8 0.421 23.73 1.67 341.0 0.985 0.750 0.920 0.885 172 OCK 0.905 -0.005 1059 0.900 27.76 0.66 788.7
0.510 0.375 0.380 0.375 5932 BPURI 0.375 -0.005 462.4 0.377 107.14 100.2 3.460 1.614 2.840 2.760 5201 OLDTOWN 2.800 0.030 757.5 2.814 20.80 2.68 1,297.1
1.070 0.790 1.010 0.990 8761 BREM 1.010 0.010 327.4 0.996 73.72 348.9 0.210 0.070 0.130 0.125 3018 OLYMPIA 0.130 UNCH 258 0.125 27.08 133.0
1.180 0.840 1.110 1.080 8591 CRESBLD 1.100 UNCH 63.2 1.092 11.18 3.64 194.6 2.540 1.480 1.540 1.480 5260 OWG 1.510 -0.020 950.1 1.506 55.31 366.8
2.086 1.437 7528 DKLS 1.850 3.42 1.62 171.5 0.510 0.390 8419 PANSAR 0.420 24.00 2.38 117.6
2.760 1.397 2.740 2.720 5253 ECONBHD 2.730 0.010 333.9 2.727 18.62 1.65 1,460.6 0.670 0.435 0.670 0.650 5125 PANTECH 0.665 0.010 7291.5 0.661 13.83 2.59 493.7
1.520 0.985 1.140 1.110 8877 EKOVEST 1.110 -0.020 6499.9 1.118 10.43 1.08 2,374.5 0.885 0.550 0.555 0.550 5657 PARKSON 0.550 -0.005 584.1 0.554 601.6
1.010 0.482 0.960 0.950 7047 FAJAR 0.955 -0.005 1057.1 0.954 13.57 2.62 351.3 1.310 0.999 1.300 1.280 5041 PBA 1.300 0.010 126.6 1.288 6.44 3.08 430.7
1.370 0.885 1.290 1.270 9261 GADANG 1.270 UNCH 2298.8 1.278 8.71 2.20 834.9 0.135 0.045 0.045 0.045 6254 PDZ 0.045 -0.005 30 0.045 39.1
5.459 4.541 5.400 5.350 5398 GAMUDA 5.380 UNCH 4910.3 5.383 20.01 2.23 13,185.0 1.250 0.867 1.040 1.040 5133 PENERGY 1.040 UNCH 5 1.040 1.92 334.6
1.540 0.815 1.530 1.500 5226 GBGAQRS 1.510 0.010 1142.3 1.509 16.83 590.3 1.550 1.540 7108 PERDANA 1.540 1,198.8
0.920 0.710 0.775 0.770 5169 HOHUP 0.770 -0.010 175 0.772 4.62 288.7 0.240 0.040 0.050 0.045 47 PERISAI 0.050 0.005 21 0.048 63.0
1.846 1.520 1.540 1.520 6238 HSL 1.520 -0.020 68.2 1.530 16.24 1.58 885.7 0.290 0.115 0.230 0.225 7080 PERMAJU 0.225 -0.010 335.2 0.227 44.1
3.557 2.998 3.490 3.450 3336 IJM 3.480 UNCH 4173.7 3.476 19.17 2.16 12,622.6 1.770 1.413 1.550 1.550 5219 PESTECH 1.550 UNCH 340.3 1.550 21.17 1,183.2
0.760 0.565 0.695 0.690 5268 IKHMAS 0.690 UNCH 191.2 0.690 69.70 0.72 358.8 25.245 22.325 23.860 23.700 5681 PETDAG 23.86 UNCH 274.8 23.770 25.07 3.02 23,703.8
0.360 0.290 0.305 0.300 192 INTA 0.300 -0.005 815.3 0.301 0.25 160.6 0.250 0.030 7027 PETONE 0.055 8.33 2.8
0.710 0.500 0.595 0.580 8834 IREKA 0.595 0.015 32.9 0.582 22.20 101.7 5.577 4.370 4.440 4.430 7081 PHARMA 4.440 0.010 30.1 4.435 24.93 3.60 1,151.6
1.790 0.900 1.540 1.500 4723 JAKS 1.510 0.010 2122.8 1.519 91.52 728.1 0.189 0.118 0.160 0.155 7201 PICORP 0.160 -0.005 982.5 0.159 3.81 105.3
0.500 0.210 0.295 0.280 9083 JETSON 0.285 -0.010 2628 0.285 58.9 0.420 0.225 0.280 0.270 7163 PJBUMI 0.270 -0.010 80 0.275 22.1
3.760 2.030 3.660 3.560 7161 KERJAYA 3.560 -0.040 359.7 3.584 15.62 1.54 1,842.5 5.780 2.702 5.170 5.090 4634 POS 5.110 -0.060 875.7 5.111 39.64 2.29 4,000.0
2.350 1.706 2.350 2.300 5171 KIMLUN 2.340 0.010 172.8 2.337 9.00 2.78 726.4 2.530 1.890 1.920 1.890 5204 PRESBHD 1.920 -0.010 1359.1 1.903 102.67 1.56 929.3
1.540 1.010 9628 LEBTECH 1.500 156.2 204.7 2.590 1.630 1.680 1.660 8346 PRKCORP 1.670 0.010 8.3 1.670 167.0
1.240 0.684 0.805 0.805 5129 MELATI 0.805 -0.025 10.4 0.805 4.41 2.17 96.6 0.320 0.155 0.315 0.305 186 PTRANS 0.310 UNCH 4823.4 0.309 13.08 1.45 354.3
0.575 0.240 0.470 0.455 5006 MERGE 0.470 UNCH 401.4 0.459 18.65 31.5 0.932 0.820 0.835 0.825 5272 RANHILL 0.830 UNCH 121.2 0.832 8.52 9.40 737.3
1.417 1.109 1.370 1.350 9571 MITRA 1.360 0.010 589.2 1.357 7.08 3.68 928.4 0.360 0.160 0.285 0.280 37 RGB 0.285 -0.005 2113.3 0.284 14.92 2.11 381.4
1.340 0.610 1.330 1.280 7595 MLGLOBAL 1.300 0.030 329.6 1.306 43.48 476.6 0.385 0.305 0.335 0.315 8885 RPB 0.325 0.010 26.5 0.326 279.0
0.440 0.250 0.335 0.335 5924 MTDACPI 0.335 0.005 24 0.335 558.33 77.6 0.687 0.500 0.525 0.520 8567 SALCON 0.520 -0.005 266.6 0.520 3.63 352.4
1.670 0.725 1.290 1.260 5085 MUDAJYA 1.280 -0.010 317.9 1.272 707.1 1.147 0.358 0.880 0.870 5147 SAMCHEM 0.870 -0.020 377.9 0.875 14.40 3.74 236.6
2.990 2.090 2.880 2.750 5703 MUHIBAH 2.850 0.010 3051.4 2.846 12.28 1.93 1,374.0 0.315 0.110 0.255 0.250 9113 SANBUMI 0.250 -0.005 459.2 0.254 56.6
0.724 0.356 0.655 0.640 8311 PESONA 0.655 0.015 512.2 0.648 21.62 3.05 437.0 2.399 1.920 2.180 2.160 99 SCICOM 2.180 0.020 271.1 2.162 16.35 4.13 774.9
1.579 1.132 1.530 1.480 7055 PLB 1.530 0.050 121.7 1.494 0.65 139.7 0.215 0.090 0.115 0.115 7158 SCOMI 0.115 UNCH 416.9 0.115 220.5
1.273 0.924 1.040 1.030 5070 PRTASCO 1.040 UNCH 457.5 1.040 13.58 5.77 441.7 0.270 0.110 0.115 0.110 7045 SCOMIES 0.110 -0.005 830 0.110 257.6
0.215 0.095 0.155 0.150 7145 PSIPTEK 0.155 UNCH 399.8 0.154 16.49 54.0 1.160 0.972 7053 SEEHUP 1.000 7.20 52.3
4.270 3.125 4.030 4.000 9598 PTARAS 4.030 0.040 11.4 4.013 17.26 4.96 664.8 0.769 0.559 0.695 0.680 9792 SEG 0.690 UNCH 846.1 0.688 33.17 5.07 872.3
1.390 0.405 1.150 1.130 5205 SENDAI 1.150 UNCH 920.3 1.137 0.43 890.1 1.911 1.120 1.310 1.260 5250 SEM 1.300 0.020 2885.6 1.294 33.85 1.77 1,603.4
2.150 1.533 2.110 2.070 5263 SUNCON 2.100 0.010 228.6 2.098 21.02 2.38 2,715.1 2.100 1.324 1.570 1.550 5218 SENERGY 1.550 UNCH 4178.9 1.553 73.11 0.65 9,287.8
0.415 0.305 0.310 0.305 9717 SYCAL 0.305 -0.005 245.8 0.309 16.94 97.7 2.267 1.488 2.040 1.990 5279 SERBADK 2.030 -0.010 10813.5 2.015 2.13 2,710.1
0.765 0.364 0.720 0.705 5054 TRC 0.710 -0.005 1239.4 0.713 8.82 2.68 341.2 9.700 7.183 9.550 9.500 4197 SIME 9.500 -0.040 11732.9 9.528 20.27 2.84 64,608.0
2.400 1.500 1.720 1.700 5622 TRIPLC 1.710 -0.050 37.8 1.714 5.28 117.3 0.917 0.651 9431 SJC 0.670 44.97 1.49 27.2
0.825 0.430 0.725 0.715 5042 TSRCAP 0.725 -0.005 18.1 0.715 11.04 126.5 1.380 1.200 1.300 1.260 5242 SOLID 1.270 -0.020 88.5 1.271 42.91 1.02 212.5
0.145 0.110 0.120 0.115 7070 VIZIONE 0.115 UNCH 504.8 0.116 44.23 100.6 2.540 2.140 2.350 2.340 6084 STAR 2.350 UNCH 45.5 2.350 17.15 7.66 1,735.6
1.680 0.890 1.460 1.430 3565 WCEHB 1.440 -0.010 211.4 1.445 41.14 1,443.9 3.090 2.262 9865 SUIWAH 2.950 16.70 1.19 180.0
2.467 1.496 1.950 1.890 9679 WCT 1.890 -0.060 1050.5 1.910 25.68 1.58 2,671.4 0.110 0.045 0.055 0.050 1201 SUMATEC 0.050 -0.005 1189 0.052 193.3
0.670 0.545 0.560 0.545 7028 ZECON 0.555 -0.005 1682.2 0.553 1.28 66.1 4.320 2.756 4.280 4.250 5211 SUNWAY 4.260 -0.010 2088.5 4.264 14.72 2.09 8,883.1
0.205 0.100 0.135 0.130 2283 ZELAN 0.135 UNCH 1366.8 0.130 114.1 2.257 1.846 2.090 2.080 6521 SURIA 2.090 UNCH 12.5 2.085 9.44 3.35 602.3
TRADING SERVICES 0.345 0.235 0.270 0.255 5173 SYSCORP 0.270 UNCH 11 0.256 300.0 324.0
0.550 0.350 0.400 0.390 5238 AAX 0.395 UNCH 9046.5 0.395 40.31 1,638.5 0.490 0.280 0.400 0.390 7228 T7GLOBAL 0.400 0.005 451.2 0.395 16.33 152.6
0.260 0.135 0.150 0.145 5166 AEGB 0.145 -0.005 1951.7 0.149 59.4 1.747 1.289 8524 TALIWRK 1.500 26.00 5.33 1,814.2
2.960 2.082 2.200 2.180 6599 AEON 2.200 UNCH 385.1 2.194 41.90 1.36 3,088.8 2.667 1.419 2.520 2.500 5140 TASCO 2.500 0.010 58.5 2.503 16.31 1.80 500.0
0.435 0.160 0.350 0.275 7315 AHB 0.300 -0.065 37577.1 0.297 85.71 48.0 14.560 12.832 14.220 14.120 5347 TENAGA 14.160 -0.080 9194.5 14.197 11.52 2.75 80,131.7
3.468 2.086 3.280 3.220 5099 AIRASIA 3.280 0.030 7492.1 3.263 5.42 3.66 10,961.7 1.573 1.290 1.300 1.290 8702 TEXCHEM 1.290 -0.010 49.7 1.297 32.25 15.50 160.1
9.389 5.697 8.760 8.700 5014 AIRPORT 8.740 -0.010 3830.8 8.741 326.1 1.14 14,501.3 0.240 0.055 0.055 0.055 7206 THHEAVY 0.055 UNCH 820 0.055 61.7
0.370 0.110 0.135 0.130 5115 ALAM 0.135 UNCH 1189.2 0.135 124.8 6.698 5.690 6.360 6.270 4863 TM 6.330 0.060 2149.8 6.308 34.95 3.40 23,787.7
0.270 0.070 0.100 0.085 159 AMEDIA 0.100 0.015 4097.9 0.093 23.9 0.990 0.770 0.805 0.795 101 TMCLIFE 0.800 0.005 1437.1 0.800 67.80 0.15 1,389.0
8.670 7.217 6351 AMWAY 7.350 26.23 2.72 1,208.2 1.870 1.470 1.730 1.730 8397 TNLOGIS 1.730 UNCH 28.3 1.730 8.70 2.89 776.5
2.378 2.133 7083 ANALABS 2.150 10.79 1.51 129.1 1.060 0.380 7218 TOCEAN 0.635 39.69 26.0
0.085 0.025 0.050 0.050 5194 APFT 0.050 UNCH 869.5 0.050 27.4 1.000 0.750 5167 TURBO 0.820 22.59 6.10 88.6
0.840 0.500 0.705 0.695 5210 ARMADA 0.695 -0.005 4535 0.700 1.18 4,077.1 2.892 2.400 7137 UMS 2.510 14.30 2.39 102.1
0.220 0.100 0.170 0.155 1481 ASB 0.160 -0.005 3057.3 0.161 20.25 1.56 108.3 1.040 0.285 0.315 0.310 5243 UMWOG 0.315 0.005 12039 0.310 681.0
2.869 2.466 2.550 2.500 6399 ASTRO 2.540 0.040 4817.7 2.538 21.36 4.53 13,232.2 1.294 0.978 1.060 1.040 7091 UNIMECH 1.040 -0.030 26 1.041 15.20 2.88 136.4
5.027 4.190 4.200 4.190 7048 ATLAN 4.200 UNCH 16.7 4.198 21.19 3.81 1,065.3 0.730 0.365 5754 UTUSAN 0.440 48.7
1.180 0.715 1.150 1.120 7579 AWC 1.130 -0.010 634.8 1.137 13.28 1.33 301.6 1.980 1.300 1.490 1.480 7250 UZMA 1.480 -0.020 68 1.481 17.75 473.6
5.898 4.085 4.680 4.600 6888 AXIATA 4.630 -0.060 3743.7 4.628 109.20 1.73 41,661.3 0.900 0.600 0.845 0.825 7240 VOIR 0.830 UNCH 159.6 0.831 592.86 120.5
0.665 0.230 0.605 0.585 5021 AYS 0.595 0.005 5557.1 0.595 8.13 4.20 226.3 2.157 1.663 5016 WARISAN 2.100 1.90 141.1
0.740 0.570 0.590 0.590 7251 BARAKAH 0.590 UNCH 15 0.590 56.19 487.1 0.580 0.410 7692 WIDETEC 0.580 26.48 26.0
2.293 1.843 1.970 1.930 5248 BAUTO 1.950 0.030 842.5 1.947 18.79 5.97 2,251.3 4.511 3.610 3.710 3.670 5246 WPRTS 3.670 -0.030 331.7 3.683 21.01 3.56 12,514.7
0.495 0.365 0.390 0.380 7241 BHS 0.390 UNCH 199.9 0.385 178.8 1.448 0.803 1.190 1.150 5267 XINHWA 1.180 0.010 159.9 1.167 24.84 0.85 254.9
0.280 0.170 0.195 0.195 6998 BINTAI 0.195 -0.005 102.7 0.195 56.5 0.075 0.020 0.040 0.040 7122 YFG 0.040 -0.005 200 0.040 24.4
6.567 5.863 5032 BIPORT 6.050 17.36 3.97 2,783.0 3.679 2.748 3.540 3.520 7293 YINSON 3.540 0.010 114.8 3.531 16.48 0.56 3,868.5
2.540 1.408 2.540 2.460 5275 BISON 2.540 0.040 3.5 2.471 39.87 0.79 787.6 1.715 1.400 1.430 1.410 4677 YTL 1.410 -0.010 6554.9 1.414 17.65 6.74 15,383.9
0.410 0.306 0.335 0.330 3395 BJCORP 0.330 -0.005 2838 0.330 12.36 1,624.8 FINANCE
1.956 1.208 1.410 1.400 5196 BJFOOD 1.410 0.010 118.9 1.405 46.84 536.5 13.980 13.140 13.960 13.680 5139 AEONCR 13.700 -0.260 124.1 13.754 11.19 3.07 2,959.2
0.700 0.435 0.445 0.435 4219 BJLAND 0.435 -0.005 12.9 0.441 7.87 2,175.1 2.949 2.018 2.620 2.570 5185 AFFIN 2.580 -0.030 231.6 2.586 8.81 2.91 5,012.8
0.470 0.205 0.300 0.275 6025 BJMEDIA 0.295 0.010 20.3 0.278 69.3 4.400 3.446 3.950 3.920 2488 AFG 3.950 0.020 293.3 3.932 11.76 4.05 6,115.0
3.258 2.280 2.380 2.340 1562 BJTOTO 2.360 UNCH 1501 2.356 13.18 5.93 3,188.4 15.600 9.492 14.860 14.580 1163 ALLIANZ 14.660 -0.180 20.3 14.657 8.22 0.61 2,557.9
0.135 0.092 0.105 0.100 7036 BORNOIL 0.105 UNCH 38704 0.105 11.41 477.3 15.100 9.511 1163PA ALLIANZ-PA 15.100 0.72 1,311.8
0.945 0.515 0.560 0.540 9474 BRAHIMS 0.540 -0.020 110.1 0.547 127.6 5.700 3.855 5.010 4.910 1015 AMBANK 4.940 -0.050 2011.8 4.956 11.21 3.56 14,890.1
2.789 2.510 2.710 2.640 2771 BSTEAD 2.710 0.010 416.2 2.691 14.46 5.54 5,493.1 1.934 1.263 1.650 1.600 5088 APEX 1.600 -0.050 8.8 1.616 24.02 3.13 341.7
0.395 0.280 0.285 0.285 5257 CARIMIN 0.285 UNCH 20 0.285 66.7 4.610 3.782 4.420 4.340 5258 BIMB 4.400 0.020 39.6 4.401 12.22 2.95 7,206.1
1.990 1.300 1.820 1.750 5245 CARING 1.810 0.110 87.1 1.801 34.22 0.83 394.0 11.140 8.057 10.760 10.560 1818 BURSA 10.620 0.020 423.4 10.629 27.05 3.48 5,708.3
3.397 2.130 2.230 2.220 2925 CCB 2.220 -0.020 36.5 2.227 11.65 2.25 223.7 6.870 3.977 6.730 6.570 1023 CIMB 6.640 0.050 60280.2 6.648 14.83 3.01 60,106.0
1.440 0.826 1.260 1.250 7117 CENTURY 1.260 UNCH 290.8 1.255 23.55 2.78 494.7 0.705 0.320 0.540 0.530 2143 ECM 0.530 -0.010 44.5 0.532 22.55 151.9
0.470 0.401 0.415 0.415 7209 CHEETAH 0.415 UNCH 8.5 0.415 1.81 53.0 1.270 1.111 1.250 1.230 5228 ELKDESA 1.240 0.010 460.2 1.243 11.57 5.44 304.1
1.490 0.802 1.400 1.360 5273 CHINHIN 1.400 0.020 909.5 1.380 16.17 2.50 708.2 16.300 12.501 15.860 15.740 5819 HLBANK 15.800 0.020 1651.7 15.791 14.56 2.59 34,249.9
0.675 0.383 0.600 0.595 7016 CHUAN 0.600 -0.005 289.5 0.600 8.25 3.00 101.2 10.100 7.327 5274 HLCAP 9.980 31.65 1.20 2,464.0
0.100 0.065 0.070 0.070 5104 CNI 0.070 -0.005 116.5 0.070 4.29 50.4 17.735 13.892 17.040 16.980 1082 HLFG 17.000 -0.080 80 17.001 11.85 2.24 19,507.8
1.240 0.650 0.875 0.865 5136 COMPLET 0.865 -0.010 21 0.871 11.09 107.1 2.610 2.422 6688 HWANG 2.610 20.03 1.15 666.0
0.045 0.025 0.030 0.025 5037 COMPUGT 0.030 UNCH 691.7 0.030 64.0 1.140 0.627 1.100 1.070 3379 INSAS 1.070 -0.010 3998.9 1.082 3.89 0.93 741.9
2.820 1.907 2.560 2.510 5184 CYPARK 2.550 -0.010 76.3 2.534 13.07 2.04 665.3 0.970 0.887 0.960 0.960 3379PA INSAS-PA 0.960 -0.005 16.8 0.960 6.25 127.3
0.880 0.615 0.625 0.615 5276 DANCO 0.625 0.005 113.1 0.618 13.38 2.40 186.3 0.395 0.115 0.305 0.290 3441 JOHAN 0.300 0.010 8214 0.299 186.9
0.105 0.050 0.075 0.075 91 DAYA 0.075 UNCH 1226 0.075 143.2 0.690 0.415 0.545 0.540 6483 KENANGA 0.540 UNCH 213 0.541 33.96 4.17 390.2
1.290 0.730 1.020 1.010 5141 DAYANG 1.020 UNCH 112 1.019 23.29 984.1 19.302 15.157 18.160 18.100 8621 LPI 18.120 UNCH 60.3 18.126 20.20 4.53 6,015.6
1.126 0.796 0.845 0.825 5132 DELEUM 0.825 -0.010 259.9 0.834 15.08 4.24 330.2 0.917 0.814 0.855 0.850 1198 MAA 0.850 UNCH 85 0.854 10.59 232.5
0.895 0.585 0.650 0.640 7212 DESTINI 0.645 UNCH 1333.6 0.645 19.31 745.1 3.170 2.625 1058 MANULFE 3.160 12.55 3.32 639.5
1.970 1.426 1.930 1.910 7277 DIALOG 1.920 UNCH 11239.9 1.920 29.63 1.25 10,815.8 9.670 7.250 9.650 9.630 1155 MAYBANK 9.640 UNCH 4422.7 9.640 13.83 5.39 101,745
6.537 4.214 5.000 5.000 5908 DKSH 5.000 -0.050 3 5.000 16.01 1.90 788.3 1.380 0.669 1.280 1.260 1171 MBSB 1.260 -0.020 1253.4 1.269 21.25 2.38 7,464.8
0.690 0.196 0.590 0.580 4456 DNEX 0.590 UNCH 15266.6 0.586 4.11 0.85 1,033.6 2.840 1.601 2.770 2.680 6459 MNRB 2.700 -0.060 331.8 2.707 10.98 862.9
1.591 1.092 1.190 1.160 5216 DSONIC 1.170 -0.020 634 1.176 25.22 3.42 1,579.5 1.830 1.160 1.530 1.510 5237 MPHBCAP 1.520 -0.010 124.8 1.514 16.81 1,086.8
0.295 0.175 0.180 0.180 2097 EASTLND 0.180 UNCH 34.9 0.180 44.2 1.309 1.185 1.280 1.270 6009 P&O 1.270 0.010 3 1.273 19.81 7.64 312.4
0.950 0.385 0.435 0.415 5259 EATECH 0.420 0.005 1823.3 0.425 5.36 211.7 20.660 18.821 20.640 20.520 1295 PBBANK 20.540 0.040 7019.3 20.561 14.96 2.87 79,739.1
0.370 0.200 0.235 0.230 5036 EDARAN 0.230 -0.010 155 0.231 13.8 1.920 0.715 1.740 1.700 9296 RCECAP 1.710 -0.010 241.3 1.707 7.16 1.75 606.4
0.290 0.165 0.215 0.200 7471 EDEN 0.210 UNCH 1054.1 0.205 65.4 5.550 4.473 5.070 5.030 1066 RHBBANK 5.030 -0.060 349.4 5.037 12.42 2.39 20,170.5
3.589 2.280 2.580 2.540 1368 EDGENTA 2.570 -0.010 349.3 2.570 24.62 2.72 2,137.3 0.708 0.422 0.615 0.605 4898 TA 0.610 -0.005 378.7 0.611 3.78 2.79 1,044.3
0.590 0.220 0.350 0.345 64 EFFICEN 0.345 -0.005 919.6 0.348 244.6 4.250 3.800 4.080 4.040 6139 TAKAFUL 4.080 -0.030 56.1 4.057 18.02 3.84 3,358.4
1.000 0.759 5081 EIG 0.900 15.79 2.50 213.5 1.629 1.080 1.140 1.080 5230 TUNEPRO 1.110 -0.010 4400.1 1.108 12.04 4.68 834.5

* Volume Weighted Average Price # PE is calculated based on latest 12 months reported Earnings Per Share
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Markets 2 7
BURSA MAL AYSIA MAIN MARKET . ACE MARKET

YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL) HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
PROPERTIES 0.610 0.250 0.400 0.395 9075 THETA 0.395 -0.005 211.3 0.396 42.4
0.888 0.740 0.805 0.795 1007 AMPROP 0.795 -0.015 16.2 0.802 35.49 3.77 483.0 0.215 0.075 0.115 0.110 118 TRIVE 0.110 UNCH 338.9 0.111 50.00 147.0
1.850 0.990 1.460 1.450 5959 A&M 1.450 -0.010 12.4 1.453 31.80 529.3 3.830 2.206 3.830 3.790 5005 UNISEM 3.800 -0.020 2259.1 3.805 16.16 2.89 2,788.6
0.448 0.345 0.395 0.390 1007PA AMPROP-PA 0.390 -0.005 8.2 0.393 5.13 113.3 4.790 1.727 4.650 4.490 97 VITROX 4.600 0.140 690.7 4.540 31.77 0.71 2,162.4
0.230 0.145 0.160 0.160 4057 ASIAPAC 0.160 UNCH 481 0.160 17.39 160.1 1.750 0.621 1.600 1.550 8 WILLOW 1.570 -0.030 400.8 1.571 18.49 1.27 389.4
0.550 0.415 0.445 0.445 6602 BCB 0.445 UNCH 13 0.445 9.04 183.6 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT COMPANIES
0.665 0.440 0.490 0.485 9814 BERTAM 0.490 UNCH 140 0.489 2.04 101.3 5.139 4.630 4.810 4.740 6947 DIGI 4.800 0.020 2915 4.795 24.14 4.10 37,320.0
1.400 0.710 1.200 1.170 3239 BJASSET 1.200 UNCH 103.3 1.188 1,426.6 6.150 5.431 5.900 5.870 6645 LITRAK 5.900 UNCH 15.6 5.899 14.01 4.24 3,108.2
1.500 1.030 1.220 1.150 5738 CHHB 1.220 0.030 6 1.167 336.4 0.372 0.221 0.300 0.290 5078 M&G 0.295 -0.005 623.4 0.295 16.95 207.0
1.740 1.430 1.650 1.600 6718 CRESNDO 1.650 0.040 105.1 1.609 6.76 3.03 462.8 1.270 0.850 0.865 0.855 6807 PUNCAK 0.860 -0.010 288.8 0.859 386.4
1.720 1.235 1.660 1.650 5049 CVIEW 1.660 0.010 27 1.654 6.13 9.04 166.0 9.890 7.028 9.550 9.510 5031 TIMECOM 9.530 0.030 346.3 9.529 13.00 2.09 5,541.3
2.390 2.073 2.290 2.270 5355 DAIMAN 2.290 -0.010 44 2.282 17.56 2.18 485.9 1.539 1.304 1.410 1.400 6742 YTLPOWR 1.410 0.010 1398 1.405 12.53 7.09 11,481.7
1.040 0.500 0.565 0.555 3484 DBHD 0.565 -0.005 31.8 0.559 174.8 CLOSED-END FUNDS
2.130 1.400 1.670 1.640 3417 E&O 1.660 UNCH 517.2 1.650 23.85 1.81 2,200.0 2.690 2.260 2.590 2.590 5108 ICAP 2.590 -0.010 35 2.590 5180 362.6
0.325 0.250 0.295 0.290 3557 ECOFIRS 0.290 -0.005 592.6 0.290 27.36 232.9 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
1.720 1.260 1.640 1.610 8206 ECOWLD 1.610 -0.020 2004 1.625 19.10 4,740.4 1.129 1.070 0800EA ABFMY1 1.129 5.03 1,490.8
0.920 0.570 0.690 0.690 6076 ENCORP 0.690 -0.010 22 0.690 5.28 192.3 1.960 1.680 1.940 1.940 0822EA CIMBA40 1.940 0.015 1 1.940 3.81 2.6
3.180 1.850 2.950 2.860 8613 ENRA 2.870 -0.130 51.5 2.913 32.47 1.05 390.9 1.550 1.200 1.550 1.550 0823EA CIMBC50 1.550 UNCH 11.5 1.550 15.1
1.240 0.720 1.160 1.090 6815 EUPE 1.110 -0.040 730.2 1.119 142.1 1.865 1.700 0820EA FBMKLCI-EA 1.840 1.79 3.1
1.360 1.000 1.100 1.070 5283 EWINT 1.100 0.010 2688.4 1.082 2,640.0 1.070 0.965 1.070 1.050 0826EA METFAPA 1.070 0.010 123.5 1.067 20.3
0.617 0.468 6041 FARLIM 0.530 6.05 3.77 74.4 0.952 0.905 0825EA METFSID 0.906 2.58 48.0
0.787 0.610 0.670 0.650 5020 GLOMAC 0.665 0.015 166.2 0.654 4.34 5.26 484.0 1.115 1.045 1.100 1.100 0821EA MYETFDJ 1.100 0.005 2 1.100 2.03 305.7
0.523 0.367 0.435 0.435 9962 GMUTUAL 0.435 -0.005 41 0.435 8.21 4.60 163.4 1.110 1.010 0824EA MYETFID 1.085 1.40 55.1
0.470 0.290 0.375 0.375 1147 GOB 0.375 UNCH 274.8 0.375 23.15 1.33 170.5 REITS
1.450 1.110 1.180 1.170 1503 GUOCO 1.180 -0.010 48.5 1.175 3.83 1.69 826.5 1.073 0.935 0.950 0.950 4952 AHP 0.950 UNCH 226.3 0.950 44.81 4.74 209.0
0.480 0.370 7010 HOOVER 0.460 18.4 1.659 1.415 1.550 1.540 5116 ALAQAR 1.550 0.030 829 1.549 18.17 4.97 1,128.8
1.407 0.845 0.870 0.850 5062 HUAYANG 0.860 UNCH 532.5 0.859 7.85 2.33 302.7 1.050 0.945 1.050 1.050 5269 ALSREIT 1.050 0.010 0.1 1.050 12.50 5.71 609.0
0.648 0.494 0.600 0.580 4251 IBHD 0.585 -0.015 666.6 0.590 8.31 3.21 589.1 0.828 0.730 0.750 0.745 5120 AMFIRST 0.745 UNCH 49.9 0.748 22.99 5.45 511.4
1.050 0.755 5084 IBRACO 0.920 20.44 3.80 456.7 0.980 0.858 0.960 0.950 5127 ARREIT 0.950 UNCH 119.5 0.950 13.81 6.06 544.6
2.990 2.359 2.850 2.830 1597 IGB 2.830 UNCH 9.8 2.831 10.45 3.53 3,862.4 1.190 0.995 1.170 1.160 5130 ATRIUM 1.170 UNCH 203.2 1.160 25.05 5.81 142.5
2.379 1.850 2.130 2.100 5249 IOIPG 2.120 0.010 3017 2.120 10.26 3.50 11,673.0 1.726 1.525 1.650 1.640 5106 AXREIT 1.640 -0.010 215.7 1.640 17.05 5.16 1,812.5
0.620 0.380 0.400 0.390 5175 IVORY 0.390 -0.010 116.9 0.395 19.70 191.1 1.720 1.470 1.550 1.530 5180 CMMT 1.540 -0.010 2107.2 1.541 20.53 5.44 3,133.3
3.290 0.785 1.330 1.290 1589 IWCITY 1.300 -0.030 7143.4 1.303 1,088.6 1.581 1.280 1.300 1.280 5121 HEKTAR 1.300 0.010 54.8 1.290 12.66 7.68 600.1
0.176 0.105 0.110 0.105 6769 JKGLAND 0.105 -0.005 1180.5 0.105 15.44 2.19 238.9 1.790 1.448 1.720 1.710 5227 IGBREIT 1.710 UNCH 1329.2 1.710 21.27 5.09 5,990.9
0.085 0.040 0.070 0.060 3115 KBUNAI 0.065 0.005 4027 0.065 19.70 375.5 1.029 0.900 0.945 0.940 5280 KIPREIT 0.940 -0.005 173.1 0.942 22.27 3.11 475.0
0.974 0.798 7323 KEN 0.900 5.46 2.78 172.5 8.100 7.119 7.810 7.790 5235SS KLCC 7.810 UNCH 601.7 7.809 16.02 4.56 14,099.7
1.330 0.995 1.250 1.230 5038 KSL 1.240 UNCH 248.5 1.234 3.91 1,286.5 1.350 1.111 1.290 1.290 5123 MQREIT 1.290 UNCH 117.8 1.290 15.39 9.84 1,377.7
0.312 0.210 0.230 0.225 3174 L&G 0.225 UNCH 3051.5 0.225 9.70 7.07 659.0 1.910 1.588 1.760 1.740 5212 PAVREIT 1.750 UNCH 100.2 1.748 17.47 4.59 5,296.0
1.295 1.051 1.160 1.150 8494 LBICAP 1.150 UNCH 32.2 1.158 3.98 9.13 92.7 1.780 1.549 1.700 1.680 5176 SUNREIT 1.680 -0.010 947.2 1.690 15.05 5.38 4,947.7
2.078 1.479 1.980 1.960 5789 LBS 1.970 UNCH 535.9 1.968 12.82 2.03 1,331.5 1.220 1.132 1.220 1.210 5111 TWRREIT 1.220 UNCH 18 1.216 16.94 5.68 342.2
0.460 0.235 0.430 0.420 3573 LIENHOE 0.430 0.010 321.9 0.427 155.5 1.850 1.608 1.720 1.710 5110 UOAREIT 1.720 UNCH 18.7 1.718 16.21 5.49 727.3
1.690 0.926 1.520 1.500 7617 MAGNA 1.520 0.020 56 1.517 2.05 3.95 508.8 1.230 1.000 1.190 1.190 5109 YTLREIT 1.190 -0.010 287 1.190 5.87 2,028.2
1.700 1.340 1.560 1.530 8583 MAHSING 1.540 UNCH 365.9 1.543 11.60 4.22 3,710.6 SPAC
1.940 0.551 1.180 1.130 6181 MALTON 1.170 0.030 1753.1 1.165 14.77 2.14 617.5 0.720 0.670 5234 CLIQ 0.720 454.3
2.828 2.280 2.730 2.690 5236 MATRIX 2.720 0.020 3680.9 2.724 8.35 5.06 1,584.0 0.480 0.455 5241 SONA 0.475 670.1
1.880 1.000 1.540 1.530 7189 MBWORLD 1.540 -0.010 35 1.539 7.65 242.4
1.200 0.750 0.990 0.940 5182 MCT 0.940 0.005 1285.6 0.950 21.51 1,254.7
0.525 0.415
1.020 0.680
0.445
0.865
0.430
0.845
5040
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0.445
0.860
0.015
0.005
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219.2
229.7 Ace Market
0.605 0.250 0.455 0.440 8141 MJPERAK 0.440 -0.005 321 0.444 104.76 4.86 113.1 YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE COUNTER CLOSING +/ VOL VWAP* PE# DY MKT CAP
2.614 2.260 2.290 2.260 6114 MKH 2.270 -0.020 477.4 2.270 5.53 2.98 1,272.8 HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) (RM) (X) (%) (MIL)
0.360 0.270 0.280 0.275 8893 MKLAND 0.280 UNCH 85.1 0.277 20.29 338.0
0.220 0.085 6548 MPCORP 0.145 41.7 CONSUMER PRODUCTS
1.761 1.115 1.310 1.240 1651 MRCB 1.260 -0.050 11559 1.271 9.48 2.18 2,762.7 0.285 0.195 0.245 0.240 179 BIOHLDG 0.245 0.005 3242.9 0.240 20.94 197.6
1.080 0.610 9539 MUH 0.625 35.3 0.315 0.200 0.225 0.220 170 KANGER 0.220 Unch 426 0.221 25.58 175.7
0.365 0.230 3913 MUIPROP 0.295 21.38 225.4 0.450 0.200 0.385 0.375 148 SUNZEN 0.375 -0.005 722.5 0.378 133.93 180.7
1.980 1.230 1.250 1.250 5073 NAIM 1.250 UNCH 56.5 1.250 312.5 0.045 0.025 0.040 0.040 95 XINGHE 0.040 Unch 1460 0.040 3.81 93.9
3.099 2.350 2.400 2.400 5827 OIB 2.400 UNCH 7 2.400 11.50 3.33 347.7 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
1.710 1.346 1.570 1.560 5053 OSK 1.570 UNCH 251.4 1.569 9.38 4.78 2,202.5 0.245 0.137 0.195 0.190 105 ASIAPLY 0.190 -0.005 726 0.190 20.88 2.63 63.4
1.850 1.251 1.810 1.800 1724 PARAMON 1.800 UNCH 642.1 1.803 10.32 4.72 763.7 0.095 0.030 0.045 0.035 72 AT 0.040 Unch 111888 0.040 43.1
0.695 0.405 0.605 0.595 6912 PASDEC 0.605 UNCH 72 0.600 173.0 0.445 0.245 0.420 0.405 163 CAREPLS 0.410 Unch 7033.2 0.412 73.21 0.73 198.1
1.820 1.540 1.680 1.680 5075 PLENITU 1.680 -0.020 4 1.680 13.82 2.68 641.0 0.330 0.080 0.240 0.230 102 CONNECT 0.240 0.005 750.1 0.233 96.00 77.0
0.365 0.225 0.330 0.330 2208 PTGTIN 0.330 UNCH 22 0.330 114.2 0.613 0.370 0.395 0.370 100 ESCERAM 0.380 -0.030 4441.7 0.380 9.67 1.58 78.1
1.270 0.900 1.110 1.100 4596 SAPRES 1.100 -0.010 41 1.102 1.47 2.73 153.6 0.370 0.225 0.225 0.225 175 HHGROUP 0.225 Unch 30 0.225 321.4 69.5
0.820 0.665 0.720 0.685 5207 SBCCORP 0.690 UNCH 159.8 0.698 0.67 162.0 0.145 0.065 0.120 0.110 160 HHHCORP 0.110 -0.010 739.2 0.114 22.45 36.7
1.160 0.785 1.140 1.120 2224 SDRED 1.130 -0.010 196.3 1.135 8.09 2.21 481.5 0.535 0.155 0.515 0.500 162 IJACOBS 0.505 -0.005 3676.6 0.506 37.69 68.5
0.580 0.370 0.505 0.495 4286 SEAL 0.500 UNCH 250.8 0.496 37.04 121.5 0.165 0.090 0.145 0.140 24 JAG 0.140 Unch 7953 0.140 25.45 177.2
2.962 2.761 2.830 2.820 6017 SHL 2.820 -0.010 4 2.825 8.33 7.09 682.8 0.250 0.125 0.230 0.220 25 LNGRES 0.220 -0.010 3074.8 0.224 23.66 53.2
0.305 0.130 0.225 0.220 4375 SMI 0.220 -0.005 210 0.223 1.63 46.2 0.150 0.040 0.050 0.050 70 MQTECH 0.050 Unch 13 0.050 20.7
1.000 0.690 0.840 0.830 5213 SNTORIA 0.840 0.010 77.2 0.833 12.26 2.38 419.3 0.860 0.331 0.720 0.695 49 OCNCASH 0.695 -0.025 1178.9 0.702 14.04 1.01 155.0
5.190 4.211 4.880 4.860 1783 SPB 4.860 -0.030 3.7 4.868 10.91 2.47 1,670.0 0.610 0.130 0.390 0.360 38 PTB 0.370 -0.015 664.5 0.375 84.09 55.6
4.311 2.767 3.340 3.240 8664 SPSETIA 3.340 0.120 1516.6 3.300 4.87 5.99 9,973.5 0.115 0.060 0.060 0.060 133 SANICHI 0.060 Unch 2323.7 0.060 51.5
1.590 0.815 1.500 1.480 3743 SUNSURIA 1.490 0.010 236.7 1.490 21.10 1,190.3 0.060 0.025 0.030 0.030 109 SCBUILD 0.030 Unch 1370.8 0.030 26.5
4.320 2.756 4.280 4.250 5211 SUNWAY 4.260 -0.010 2088.5 4.264 14.72 2.09 8,883.1 0.220 0.110 0.195 0.185 1 SCOMNET 0.190 Unch 2645.8 0.188 15.20 2.11 46.2
1.070 0.625 0.965 0.945 1538 SYMLIFE 0.960 0.005 214 0.951 8.55 3.13 297.6 0.289 0.117 0.240 0.235 28 SCOPE 0.235 -0.010 480.2 0.237 28.66 2.13 131.7
0.395 0.215 0.320 0.315 5158 TAGB 0.315 -0.005 690.2 0.316 7.57 1.27 1,676.3 0.290 0.115 0.190 0.185 55 SERSOL 0.185 -0.005 257 0.189 39.8
7.600 5.976 7.320 7.320 2305 TAHPS 7.320 -0.080 3 7.320 28.42 0.68 547.9 0.955 0.178 0.820 0.760 84 TECFAST 0.780 -0.035 13497.7 0.774 35.29 0.64 133.5
0.060 0.035 0.055 0.050 2259 TALAMT 0.050 -0.005 29731.3 0.050 211.0 TECHNOLOGY
1.471 1.266 1.350 1.340 5191 TAMBUN 1.340 0.010 368.4 1.348 5.08 7.46 580.6 0.995 0.160 0.760 0.740 18 ACCSOFT 0.740 -0.020 61 0.740 616.2
0.140 0.055 0.105 0.095 2429 TANCO 0.100 UNCH 599.9 0.100 66.2 0.710 0.160 0.710 0.660 181 AEMULUS 0.695 0.035 25795.5 0.693 182.8 305.0
0.315 0.170 0.245 0.245 7889 THRIVEN 0.245 -0.005 75 0.245 92.3 0.455 0.120 0.355 0.350 119 APPASIA 0.355 Unch 452.7 0.354 103.9
0.085 0.040 0.060 0.055 7079 TIGER 0.060 UNCH 965 0.060 88.3 0.450 0.150 0.185 0.180 68 ASDION 0.185 Unch 161 0.183 21.5
1.930 1.440 1.590 1.570 5239 TITIJYA 1.590 UNCH 272.3 1.572 8.23 0.31 651.9 1.190 0.730 0.815 0.800 98 BAHVEST 0.800 -0.020 531.9 0.807 480.0
1.044 0.937 0.965 0.955 5401 TROP 0.965 UNCH 96.4 0.962 10.81 2.56 1,414.5 0.770 0.620 0.665 0.650 191 CABNET 0.650 -0.010 524.1 0.658 10.66 84.5
1.360 0.995 1.180 1.170 5148 UEMS 1.170 -0.010 933.1 1.172 27.53 1.37 5,308.8 0.065 0.030 0.050 0.045 152 DGB 0.050 Unch 1120 0.048 500.0 26.9
2.680 2.096 2.670 2.620 5200 UOADEV 2.660 0.010 1410.8 2.658 6.76 5.64 4,613.1 0.075 0.020 0.035 0.030 131 DGSB 0.035 0.005 117 0.034 50.00 47.5
1.890 0.935 1.810 1.810 2976 WINGTM 1.810 UNCH 8 1.810 58.77 1.66 882.1 0.120 0.050 0.090 0.085 154 EAH 0.085 -0.005 4720.9 0.089 35.42 126.7
1.279 0.866 0.955 0.955 7003 Y&G 0.955 UNCH 1.5 0.955 11.40 190.4 0.260 0.125 0.140 0.130 107 EDUSPEC 0.140 0.005 847.7 0.135 24.56 130.6
1.840 1.400 1.410 1.400 3158 YNHPROP 1.410 -0.010 188.9 1.409 18.31 745.9 0.295 0.050 0.260 0.255 116 FOCUS 0.255 -0.005 432.2 0.255 198.2
1.610 1.040 1.400 1.380 7066 YONGTAI 1.400 UNCH 416.7 1.387 21.71 610.0 1.160 0.815 0.950 0.915 104 GENETEC 0.920 Unch 58.4 0.920 32.7
0.670 0.550 0.590 0.585 2577 YTLLAND 0.585 0.005 66.7 0.585 14.41 493.9 0.759 0.431 0.625 0.620 39 GFM 0.620 -0.010 457.7 0.621 25.31 2.34 265.4
MINING 0.090 0.030 0.085 0.075 45 GNB 0.080 -0.005 2477.3 0.080 23.1
1.290 1.150 1.270 1.260 2186 KUCHAI 1.260 -0.010 23.2 1.270 0.67 155.9 0.185 0.070 0.170 0.170 74 GOCEAN 0.170 -0.005 1410.8 0.170 283.33 44.8
PLANTATIONS 0.100 0.040 0.065 0.060 174 IDMENSN 0.060 0.005 170.1 0.060 120.00 29.7
0.285 0.195 7054 AASIA 0.205 205.0 135.3 0.577 0.227 0.395 0.385 23 IFCAMSC 0.385 -0.005 2681.3 0.390 32.08 1.30 234.2
19.575 17.198 19.100 19.000 1899 BKAWAN 19.100 0.160 6.5 19.041 10.99 2.88 8,326.7 0.100 0.065 0.065 0.065 94 INIX 0.065 Unch 211.5 0.065 24.07 16.5
8.639 8.380 5069 BLDPLNT 8.500 41.48 0.47 794.8 0.240 0.100 0.170 0.165 10 IRIS 0.170 Unch 1875.7 0.167 420.2
1.697 1.320 1.680 1.650 5254 BPLANT 1.670 0.010 213.9 1.660 11.67 8.38 2,672.0 2.150 0.450 2.100 2.030 146 JFTECH 2.060 Unch 196.3 2.068 61.31 0.49 259.6
0.953 0.624 0.825 0.820 8982 CEPAT 0.825 0.005 61.6 0.822 9.18 1.82 262.7 2.890 0.594 2.890 2.780 127 JHM 2.870 0.110 1315.6 2.844 27.92 710.2
8.350 7.253 1929 CHINTEK 7.780 40.04 2.44 710.8 0.270 0.130 0.205 0.200 111 K1 0.200 -0.005 495 0.205 103.8
0.545 0.385 0.440 0.430 3948 DUTALND 0.435 -0.005 103 0.436 368.1 0.115 0.025 0.035 0.030 36 KGROUP 0.035 Unch 935.5 0.035 59.9
9.100 7.205 5029 FAREAST 8.620 8.92 3.48 1,218.8 0.725 0.195 0.725 0.680 176 KRONO 0.710 0.020 14979.7 0.709 22.40 192.0
2.506 1.412 1.660 1.630 5222 FGV 1.630 -0.030 4112.6 1.639 58.01 0.61 5,946.5 0.190 0.045 0.085 0.080 17 M3TECH 0.085 Unch 1143.2 0.080 49.9
11.679 9.986 10.720 10.680 2291 GENP 10.680 -0.040 77.1 10.689 20.08 0.94 8,579.8 0.320 0.205 0.320 0.290 75 MEXTER 0.310 0.020 11513.7 0.308 69.0
0.675 0.500 0.600 0.600 7382 GLBHD 0.600 UNCH 125.5 0.600 133.7 0.590 0.420 155 MGRC 0.510 115.9 52.8
1.532 1.105 1.250 1.250 2135 GOPENG 1.250 UNCH 1.9 1.250 41.12 3.20 224.2 1.610 0.870 126 MICROLN 0.910 197.8 152.3
0.895 0.750 7501 HARNLEN 0.760 141.0 0.595 0.306 0.535 0.510 112 MIKROMB 0.515 -0.020 4410.8 0.515 20.85 1.53 221.7
2.650 2.300 2.610 2.600 5138 HSPLANT 2.600 UNCH 1588.3 2.600 14.68 4.23 2,080.0 0.465 0.065 0.180 0.150 85 MLAB 0.155 -0.015 57519.3 0.162 29.0
3.616 2.932 3.000 2.950 2216 IJMPLNT 2.950 UNCH 36.5 2.951 22.59 2.37 2,597.7 0.280 0.160 0.205 0.200 34 MMAG 0.205 0.005 166.1 0.200 56.3
0.734 0.651 0.675 0.675 2607 INCKEN 0.675 UNCH 10 0.675 1.66 284.0 1.730 0.503 1.700 1.670 113 MMSV 1.680 -0.010 971.6 1.674 19.56 1.19 273.8
1.475 0.605 6262 INNO 1.160 14.61 1.72 555.5 0.245 0.060 0.065 0.065 103 MNC 0.065 -0.005 500 0.065 20.97 28.3
4.810 4.130 4.500 4.470 1961 IOICORP 4.470 -0.010 2668 4.473 96.54 2.01 28,088.9 0.310 0.145 0.285 0.275 156 MPAY 0.280 -0.005 16574.6 0.279 198.9
25.137 22.442 24.760 24.520 2445 KLK 24.700 UNCH 347.3 24.700 20.56 2.02 26,367.4 0.735 0.130 0.640 0.590 92 MTOUCHE 0.625 0.010 5152.8 0.624 568.1 79.6
3.500 3.070 3.200 3.200 2453 KLUANG 3.200 UNCH 5 3.200 71.59 0.31 202.2 0.874 0.625 0.730 0.730 108 N2N 0.730 -0.020 5 0.730 27.86 2.74 348.0
4.000 3.079 4.000 3.940 5027 KMLOONG 4.000 0.080 42.9 3.988 15.00 3.75 1,247.2 0.110 0.015 0.045 0.040 20 NETX 0.045 Unch 2620.6 0.045 56.3
0.695 0.491 0.540 0.535 1996 KRETAM 0.540 0.005 58.7 0.537 30.86 1.85 1,256.9 0.065 0.035 0.045 0.040 96 NEXGRAM 0.045 Unch 382 0.043 84.7
1.750 1.160 1.430 1.420 6572 KWANTAS 1.430 -0.020 15.1 1.430 8.97 445.7 0.115 0.070 0.080 0.075 26 NOVAMSC 0.075 -0.005 148 0.079 51.2
1.550 1.240 4936 MALPAC 1.320 126.9 99.0 0.685 0.555 0.585 0.585 35 OPCOM 0.585 Unch 32.9 0.585 13.15 94.3
0.963 0.777 0.850 0.840 5026 MHC 0.840 -0.010 30.4 0.843 11.80 1.79 165.1 0.414 0.316 0.355 0.350 40 OPENSYS 0.350 -0.005 305.5 0.352 17.24 2.86 104.3
2.400 2.060 5047 NPC 2.080 7.97 0.48 249.6 0.380 0.125 0.160 0.150 79 ORION 0.155 Unch 663.6 0.154 92.8
4.239 3.735 2038 NSOP 4.100 33.20 1.46 287.8 0.090 0.045 0.065 0.065 5 PALETTE 0.065 Unch 842.5 0.065 12.75 20.8
0.315 0.190 0.240 0.230 1902 PINEPAC 0.235 UNCH 13 0.233 35.2 0.230 0.135 0.185 0.175 123 PRIVA 0.185 Unch 1285.4 0.180 1.08 103.3
1.380 0.920 9695 PLS 1.100 359.4 0.175 0.055 0.135 0.125 7 PUC 0.135 0.005 2375.6 0.130 54.00 166.9
0.550 0.430 0.450 0.440 5113 RSAWIT 0.450 -0.005 85 0.443 638.3 0.945 0.482 0.865 0.860 106 REXIT 0.865 Unch 139.1 0.862 21.79 4.62 163.8
4.100 3.346 2542 RVIEW 3.660 17.66 1.64 237.4 0.375 0.218 0.325 0.315 178 SEDANIA 0.315 -0.005 606 0.317 3.17 71.1
3.180 2.900 3.050 3.040 2569 SBAGAN 3.050 0.010 12 3.042 0.66 202.3 0.190 0.055 0.120 0.115 60 SKH 0.120 0.005 1230.7 0.115 42.86 66.5
0.720 0.505 0.610 0.610 4316 SHCHAN 0.610 -0.010 2 0.610 18.21 73.2 0.300 0.155 0.185 0.185 117 SMRT 0.185 -0.005 58 0.185 61.9
3.965 3.247 3.540 3.500 5126 SOP 3.500 -0.030 105.7 3.524 10.09 1.43 1,997.8 0.110 0.025 0.055 0.050 169 SMTRACK 0.055 Unch 2151.7 0.054 19.1
1.900 1.560 1.590 1.580 5135 SWKPLNT 1.580 UNCH 27.7 1.582 12.22 442.4 0.355 0.232 0.330 0.315 93 SOLUTN 0.315 -0.010 1839.1 0.320 12.40 3.17 96.5
0.730 0.560 0.570 0.560 2054 TDM 0.560 -0.005 309.4 0.565 20.44 0.89 927.4 0.360 0.080 0.215 0.200 129 SRIDGE 0.210 -0.005 1603.9 0.205 25.4
1.207 0.998 1.110 1.100 5112 THPLANT 1.100 -0.020 139.9 1.109 5.88 5.45 972.2 0.400 0.155 0.375 0.360 50 SYSTECH 0.360 -0.010 3861.6 0.363 42.35 0.83 114.2
1.977 1.560 1.700 1.630 9059 TSH 1.700 0.050 2506.5 1.651 61.82 1.18 2,349.1 0.190 0.140 0.155 0.145 132 TDEX 0.150 -0.005 2109.4 0.147 125.0 61.9
6.450 5.330 6.350 6.320 2593 UMCCA 6.350 0.050 5 6.325 15.71 3.15 1,329.2 1.300 0.189 1.190 1.150 120 VIS 1.170 -0.030 998.2 1.164 18.51 0.43 129.5
28.700 25.323 27.800 27.240 2089 UTDPLT 27.800 0.600 2.1 27.292 16.63 1.44 5,786.1 0.244 0.115 0.145 0.140 69 VIVOCOM 0.140 -0.005 7857.6 0.144 12.50 452.8
HOTELS 0.145 0.065 0.105 0.100 66 VSOLAR 0.105 0.005 715.2 0.100 39.2
0.628 0.483 5592 GCE 0.570 3.51 112.3 0.070 0.020 141 WINTONI 0.035 18.0
1.000 0.680 0.870 0.865 1643 LANDMRK 0.865 -0.005 28 0.868 457.5 0.275 0.080 0.230 0.210 86 YGL 0.220 Unch 2512.7 0.221 51.1
0.265 0.115 0.145 0.140 1287 PMHLDG 0.140 -0.005 6497 0.140 130.0 TRADING SERVICES
5.295 4.864 5.050 4.960 5517 SHANG 5.050 0.060 63 4.991 27.87 2.77 2,222.0 0.400 0.150 122 AIM 0.230 61.2
TECHNOLOGY 0.165 0.060 0.115 0.105 48 ANCOMLB 0.115 Unch 272.8 0.110 54.4
0.750 0.585 7031 AMTEL 0.630 30.29 31.0 0.240 0.120 0.135 0.130 150 ASIABIO 0.135 -0.005 614 0.134 34.62 59.6
0.420 0.180 0.320 0.315 5195 CENSOF 0.320 UNCH 949.1 0.317 11.19 160.6 0.275 0.155 0.200 0.195 187 BCMALL 0.200 Unch 1110.9 0.196 25.32 84.3
0.400 0.095 0.295 0.285 51 CUSCAPI 0.290 -0.005 2892 0.288 139.0 0.404 0.302 11 BTECH 0.325 18.90 4.71 81.9
0.729 0.283 0.640 0.620 7204 D&O 0.630 0.005 2071.1 0.629 42.57 628.8 0.320 0.170 157 FOCUSP 0.220 36.3
0.710 0.110 0.430 0.415 8338 DATAPRP 0.415 -0.010 2104 0.419 174.9 1.009 0.386 0.925 0.910 185 HSSEB 0.920 -0.005 1571.7 0.914 18.51 0.68 293.6
0.235 0.150 0.165 0.165 29 DIGISTA 0.165 UNCH 1241.9 0.165 10.71 98.9 0.900 0.520 147 INNITY 0.730 62.39 101.0
1.578 1.304 1.450 1.450 5162 ECS 1.450 UNCH 9 1.450 8.74 4.14 261.0 0.360 0.235 0.255 0.250 180 KTC 0.250 -0.005 1189.3 0.252 35.21 127.6
1.230 0.539 1.160 1.130 65 EFORCE 1.130 -0.010 658.7 1.146 84.33 1.11 467.5 0.350 0.130 0.285 0.275 167 MCLEAN 0.275 0.005 312.2 0.278 23.71 49.2
2.800 1.065 2.800 2.600 90 ELSOFT 2.800 0.210 1871.4 2.744 21.42 1.43 767.6 0.440 0.275 0.300 0.280 81 MEGASUN 0.280 -0.020 189.5 0.288 12.12 61.2
1.870 0.790 1.560 1.520 21 GHLSYS 1.560 0.040 3420.1 1.542 53.24 0.32 1,028.7 0.280 0.165 0.210 0.200 153 OVERSEA 0.200 -0.005 21.6 0.200 95.24 49.3
0.455 0.210 0.355 0.345 82 GPACKET 0.355 0.005 3282.1 0.348 5.24 269.3 0.200 0.115 0.170 0.160 177 PASUKGB 0.165 Unch 939.8 0.165 133.9
0.260 0.175 56 GRANFLO 0.235 2.13 113.5 0.380 0.230 0.300 0.300 6 PINEAPP 0.300 -0.020 1 0.300 187.5 14.6
6.350 2.636 6.130 6.050 7022 GTRONIC 6.110 0.060 3810.8 6.116 63.25 0.65 1,739.9 0.375 0.201 0.355 0.340 171 PLABS 0.345 Unch 3023.4 0.347 19.83 2.03 74.1
0.980 0.510 0.930 0.905 5028 HTPADU 0.915 UNCH 399.1 0.919 10.80 5.46 92.6 0.015 0.005 110 RA 0.005 2.63 4.8
2.580 1.980 2.580 2.510 166 INARI 2.550 0.020 9886.5 2.546 24.33 2.45 5,096.2 0.615 0.280 0.445 0.445 32 REDTONE 0.445 -0.005 59 0.445 337.1
0.435 0.075 0.220 0.210 9393 ITRONIC 0.220 UNCH 200.1 0.215 22.6 1.080 0.298 0.755 0.740 173 REV 0.740 -0.020 395.4 0.747 6.65 99.6
0.688 0.453 0.585 0.580 5161 JCY 0.580 UNCH 930.3 0.581 85.29 8.62 1,204.6 0.726 0.477 0.610 0.605 158 SCC 0.610 0.005 75 0.607 14.02 4.97 86.1
16.300 6.211 16.000 15.560 9334 KESM 15.680 -0.120 83.6 15.754 17.44 0.41 674.5 0.275 0.160 0.205 0.205 161 SCH 0.205 Unch 345.2 0.205 113.89 4.15 84.5
0.160 0.060 0.155 0.150 143 KEYASIC 0.155 0.005 3448.8 0.151 138.0 0.230 0.100 0.170 0.155 140 STERPRO 0.170 0.010 9575 0.163 47.5
14.220 7.086 14.220 13.960 3867 MPI 14.220 0.020 72.1 14.128 15.29 1.90 2,984.6 0.190 0.103 0.180 0.170 80 STRAITS 0.175 -0.010 1583.8 0.175 67.31 64.4
1.410 0.845 1.340 1.330 5011 MSNIAGA 1.330 0.010 10.5 1.335 20.09 80.3 1.430 0.955 1.300 1.260 89 TEXCYCL 1.280 0.010 89.7 1.283 13.66 0.39 218.6
1.327 0.343 1.260 1.200 83 NOTION 1.220 -0.010 2233.3 1.217 31.85 2.05 403.4 0.230 0.100 0.195 0.170 145 TFP 0.185 0.010 3252.3 0.182 37.9
0.605 0.430 0.485 0.455 9008 OMESTI 0.470 UNCH 140.4 0.465 202.4 0.165 0.095 0.110 0.105 165 XOX 0.110 0.005 618.3 0.107 93.7
0.375 0.260 0.285 0.285 41 PANPAGE 0.285 -0.005 205.1 0.285 75.7 FINANCE
4.380 0.900 4.380 4.100 7160 PENTA 4.270 0.160 2509.7 4.264 19.91 625.8 0.810 0.386 0.685 0.675 53 OSKVI 0.685 0.005 77.4 0.676 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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0.130 0.075 0.095 0.090 539836 GAMUDA-C36 0.095 Unch 210 5.380 5.350 6.51 08/12/2017
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 1.480 1.130 1.380 1.370 5398WE GAMUDA-WE 1.370 Unch 643.1 5.380 4.050 0.74 06/03/2021
0.455 0.120 0.360 0.345 5226WA GBGAQRS-WA 0.350 -0.005 3224.6 1.510 1.300 9.27 20/07/2018
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.330 0.100 0.200 0.190 0078CD GDEX-CD 0.190 -0.010 2390.3 0.690 0.600 7.61 31/10/2017
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.125 0.095 0.100 0.100 0078CF GDEX-CF 0.100 Unch 5 0.690 0.650 15.94 02/02/2018
0.185 0.030 0.030 0.030 5238C6 AAX-C6 0.030 Unch 200 0.395 0.380 3.80 16/08/2017 0.095 0.055 0.075 0.075 0078CG GDEX-CG 0.075 Unch 25 0.690 0.800 28.99 22/01/2018
0.165 0.045 0.050 0.045 5238C7 AAX-C7 0.045 -0.010 970.2 0.395 0.430 20.25 31/10/2017 0.572 0.117 0.500 0.495 0078WB GDEX-WB 0.495 -0.015 827 0.690 0.383 27.17 05/02/2020
0.060 0.035 0.035 0.035 5238C8 AAX-C8 0.035 Unch 200 0.395 0.550 48.10 29/12/2017 0.345 0.145 0.235 0.220 471523 GENM-C23 0.230 -0.015 120 5.990 5.500 4.11 29/09/2017
0.320 0.160 0.215 0.210 5238WA AAX-WA 0.210 -0.005 1735.9 0.395 0.460 69.62 08/06/2020 0.300 0.130 0.225 0.220 471524 GENM-C24 0.225 -0.020 100 5.990 5.500 4.97 29/12/2017
0.120 0.035 0.080 0.080 7146WA AEM-WA 0.080 -0.010 500 0.180 0.250 83.33 17/12/2019 0.180 0.155 0.170 0.155 471526 GENM-C26 0.160 0.005 81 5.990 5.900 10.52 02/02/2018
0.465 0.110 0.465 0.435 5139CB AEONCR-CB 0.435 -0.030 63.1 13.700 11.000 1.46 16/10/2017 3.850 2.540 2.800 2.790 2291WA GENP-WA 2.790 -0.110 3 10.680 7.750 -1.31 17/06/2019
0.330 0.050 0.245 0.175 7315WB AHB-WB 0.195 -0.060 19647.1 0.300 0.200 31.67 28/08/2019 0.180 0.070 0.115 0.115 318242 GENTINGC42 0.115 -0.010 50 9.640 9.500 5.71 29/12/2017
0.180 0.075 0.125 0.125 509943 AIRASIAC43 0.125 0.015 15 3.280 2.880 3.05 28/08/2017 0.180 0.055 0.090 0.090 318244 GENTINGC44 0.090 Unch 60 9.640 10.300 11.05 31/10/2017
0.330 0.070 0.260 0.230 509947 AIRASIAC47 0.250 -0.010 695.5 3.280 2.600 2.13 31/10/2017 1.950 1.240 1.720 1.690 3182WA GENTING-WA 1.690 -0.030 314.1 9.640 7.960 0.10 18/12/2018
0.190 0.075 0.095 0.095 509948 AIRASIAC48 0.095 0.005 30 3.280 3.000 1.60 16/08/2017 0.230 0.070 0.140 0.130 1147WA GOB-WA 0.135 Unch 327.6 0.375 0.800 149.33 24/12/2019
0.235 0.110 0.140 0.135 509952 AIRASIAC52 0.140 0.005 2040 3.280 3.200 10.37 31/10/2017 0.085 0.025 0.055 0.055 0074WA GOCEAN-WA 0.055 Unch 100 0.170 0.340 132.35 07/08/2019
0.200 0.090 0.145 0.135 509953 AIRASIAC53 0.140 Unch 460 3.280 3.200 10.37 02/02/2018 0.055 0.025 0.035 0.030 7096WA GPA-WA 0.035 Unch 300.2 0.105 0.100 28.57 03/06/2025
0.180 0.060 0.090 0.080 509954 AIRASIAC54 0.090 0.010 4937.1 3.280 3.600 17.16 31/10/2017 0.460 0.110 0.370 0.335 3034CU HAPSENG-CU 0.335 -0.040 51 9.010 7.650 -0.22 30/08/2017
0.150 0.085 0.100 0.100 509955 AIRASIAC55 0.100 0.015 7 3.280 4.000 30.18 29/12/2017 0.400 0.130 0.355 0.355 5168CX HARTA-CX 0.355 -0.005 10 7.150 5.120 1.40 31/10/2017
0.210 0.135 0.170 0.170 509956 AIRASIAC56 0.170 0.005 50 3.280 2.900 10.18 29/12/2017 0.165 0.135 0.165 0.155 5168CZ HARTA-CZ 0.155 -0.005 172 7.150 7.500 16.82 12/02/2018
0.420 0.160 0.315 0.305 7609WA AJIYA-WA 0.315 0.010 450.4 0.770 0.920 60.39 28/08/2021 1.450 0.830 1.450 1.400 5095WB HEVEA-WB 1.430 0.010 391.5 1.680 0.250 0.00 28/02/2020
0.135 0.115 0.120 0.115 1015C1 AMBANK-C1 0.115 -0.015 150 4.940 5.000 8.20 30/04/2018 0.220 0.075 0.190 0.180 5072WB HIAPTEK-WB 0.180 -0.005 3620.6 0.400 0.500 70.00 23/06/2021
0.610 0.085 0.300 0.285 1015CX AMBANK-CX 0.285 -0.025 379 4.940 4.150 -1.57 29/09/2017 0.530 0.265 0.335 0.330 5169WA HOHUP-WA 0.335 0.005 184 0.770 0.600 21.43 21/12/2018
0.440 0.150 0.165 0.150 1015CY AMBANK-CY 0.155 -0.015 71 4.940 5.000 9.06 31/10/2017 0.390 0.270 0.325 0.315 5160WA HOMERIZ-WA 0.325 0.015 196.4 0.960 0.920 29.69 09/07/2020
0.100 0.030 0.030 0.030 1015CZ AMBANK-CZ 0.030 -0.005 462.2 4.940 6.000 24.80 30/11/2017 0.230 0.115 0.170 0.170 7213WB HOVID-WB 0.170 Unch 413.7 0.335 0.180 4.48 05/06/2018
0.045 0.005 0.015 0.010 0159WA AMEDIA-WA 0.010 Unch 4736.1 0.100 1.100 1,010 02/01/2018 0.050 0.010 0.015 0.010 7013WA HUBLINE-WA 0.015 0.005 62.4 0.060 3.200 5,258 04/11/2019
0.315 0.140 0.160 0.155 6556CC ANNJOO-CC 0.155 -0.005 1200 3.040 2.800 9.95 31/10/2017 0.045 0.015 0.025 0.025 9601WD HWGB-WD 0.025 0.005 0.1 0.050 0.080 110.00 15/03/2021
0.270 0.130 0.130 0.130 6556CD ANNJOO-CD 0.130 Unch 30 3.040 3.000 13.65 08/12/2017 0.235 0.155 0.180 0.165 4251WA IBHD-WA 0.170 -0.010 44.9 0.585 1.410 170.09 08/10/2019
0.275 0.040 0.050 0.050 9342WA ANZO-WA 0.050 Unch 17.4 0.110 0.250 172.73 19/11/2019 0.055 0.015 0.030 0.030 0174WA IDMENSN-WA 0.030 Unch 27.5 0.060 0.100 116.67 14/07/2020
0.265 0.045 0.065 0.065 9342WB ANZO-WB 0.065 Unch 1 0.110 0.250 186.36 25/08/2023 0.195 0.055 0.100 0.100 3336C5 IJM-C5 0.100 Unch 148.6 3.480 3.500 4.89 29/12/2017
0.335 0.085 0.250 0.250 0119WA APPASIA-WA 0.250 Unch 185 0.355 0.130 7.04 23/12/2024 0.280 0.070 0.280 0.245 0166C1 INARI-C1 0.275 0.010 202 2.550 2.100 3.92 29/09/2017
0.100 0.070 0.070 0.070 521028 ARMADA-C28 0.070 Unch 20 0.695 0.750 18.99 30/01/2018 0.250 0.075 0.250 0.225 0166C2 INARI-C2 0.245 0.010 685 2.550 2.150 3.53 08/12/2017
0.350 0.060 0.075 0.075 0068WB ASDION-WB 0.075 Unch 11 0.185 0.500 210.81 24/03/2019 0.155 0.150 0.155 0.150 0166C3 INARI-C3 0.155 Unch 46 2.550 2.600 15.94 30/01/2018
0.155 0.055 0.100 0.100 0105WA ASIAPLY-WA 0.100 Unch 30 0.190 0.100 5.26 13/12/2020 0.525 0.165 0.525 0.495 0166CZ INARI-CZ 0.525 0.030 61 2.550 1.800 1.47 29/12/2017
0.075 0.030 0.030 0.030 6399C2 ASTRO-C2 0.030 Unch 130 2.540 2.950 19.69 30/11/2017 2.500 1.351 2.500 2.400 0166WA INARI-WA 2.500 0.200 4 2.550 0.132 3.22 04/06/2018
0.090 0.040 0.040 0.040 6399C3 ASTRO-C3 0.040 Unch 150 2.540 2.900 17.32 22/12/2017 1.770 1.300 1.770 1.720 0166WB INARI-WB 1.770 0.060 392.7 2.550 0.800 0.78 17/02/2020
0.765 0.095 0.290 0.275 7099WB ATTA-WB 0.280 Unch 847.7 1.060 1.000 20.75 09/05/2022 0.045 0.015 0.030 0.030 0094WA INIX-WA 0.030 Unch 23.9 0.065 0.100 100.00 16/11/2020
0.810 0.275 0.275 0.275 7099WC ATTA-WC 0.275 -0.015 25 1.060 1.000 20.28 18/11/2024 0.545 0.160 0.500 0.485 3379WB INSAS-WB 0.495 0.005 4156.4 1.070 1.000 39.72 25/02/2020
0.040 0.020 0.025 0.025 0072WB AT-WB 0.025 Unch 900 0.040 0.030 37.50 17/10/2019 0.180 0.060 0.065 0.060 196113 IOICORP-C13 0.065 Unch 38.3 4.470 4.400 2.80 31/10/2017
0.260 0.070 0.090 0.085 688815 AXIATA-C15 0.090 Unch 140 4.630 4.650 6.26 31/10/2017 0.070 0.020 0.045 0.040 7183WA IRETEX-WA 0.045 Unch 286.8 0.180 0.800 369.44 10/06/2019
0.730 0.210 0.595 0.585 7078WA AZRB-WA 0.585 -0.010 22.7 1.130 0.700 13.72 13/05/2024 0.070 0.020 0.055 0.055 0024WA JAG-WA 0.055 Unch 986.1 0.140 0.100 10.71 14/08/2019
0.120 0.030 0.030 0.030 5248CR BAUTO-CR 0.030 Unch 47.7 1.950 2.100 10.77 29/12/2017 0.120 0.035 0.040 0.035 5161C2 JCY-C2 0.035 -0.005 1034.2 0.580 0.635 15.52 16/10/2017
0.170 0.100 0.110 0.105 7241WA BHS-WA 0.110 0.010 10.1 0.390 0.600 82.05 18/10/2020 0.170 0.045 0.085 0.080 9083WB JETSON-WB 0.080 -0.010 1218.6 0.285 0.750 191.23 06/02/2019
0.160 0.060 0.060 0.060 5258CU BIMB-CU 0.060 Unch 125 4.400 4.500 7.73 18/09/2017 0.110 0.060 0.080 0.080 8923WA JIANKUN-WA 0.080 Unch 22.9 0.270 0.320 48.15 23/12/2021
0.450 0.260 0.350 0.345 5258WA BIMB-WA 0.345 Unch 269 4.400 4.720 15.11 04/12/2023 0.830 0.205 0.670 0.655 7167WA JOHOTIN-WA 0.670 0.005 47.5 1.500 0.850 1.33 21/11/2017
0.230 0.095 0.140 0.140 0179WA BIOHLDG-WA 0.140 Unch 190 0.245 0.220 46.94 05/01/2022 0.090 0.015 0.020 0.020 4383CN JTIASA-CN 0.020 Unch 50 1.140 1.350 21.05 16/10/2017
0.160 0.060 0.085 0.085 3395WB BJCORP-WB 0.085 Unch 132.3 0.330 1.000 228.79 22/04/2022 0.225 0.110 0.150 0.140 0170WA KANGER-WA 0.145 0.005 60 0.220 0.100 11.36 13/04/2020
0.175 0.050 0.105 0.105 3395WC BJCORP-WC 0.105 Unch 180 0.330 1.000 234.85 29/05/2026 0.105 0.040 0.050 0.045 5247C1 KAREX-C1 0.045 -0.010 20.1 1.620 1.950 28.70 28/12/2017
0.370 0.035 0.335 0.315 7187WA BKOON-WA 0.330 Unch 1827.9 0.530 0.200 0.00 07/07/2023 0.200 0.025 0.035 0.035 5247CZ KAREX-CZ 0.035 -0.005 20 1.620 2.200 40.12 02/02/2018
0.081 0.040 0.045 0.045 7036WC BORNOIL-WC 0.045 -0.005 1379 0.105 0.070 9.52 08/11/2025 0.035 0.010 0.025 0.020 3115WC KBUNAI-WC 0.025 Unch 4125.1 0.065 0.131 140.00 20/10/2023
0.065 0.045 0.045 0.045 7036WD BORNOIL-WD 0.045 -0.005 155.7 0.105 0.070 9.52 29/05/2027 0.465 0.070 0.420 0.395 7161CA KERJAYA-CA 0.395 -0.010 312.4 3.560 2.600 0.77 29/09/2017
0.660 0.450 0.550 0.455 6297WA BOXPAK-WA 0.485 -0.025 160.1 1.690 2.040 49.41 13/03/2022 0.150 0.070 0.130 0.115 7161CB KERJAYA-CB 0.125 0.005 969 3.560 3.350 9.90 30/11/2017
0.120 0.060 0.065 0.060 9938WB BRIGHT-WB 0.060 Unch 319.2 0.315 0.820 179.37 12/01/2019 2.810 1.090 2.690 2.680 7161WA KERJAYA-WA 2.680 -0.040 10 3.560 0.880 0.00 20/12/2017
0.435 0.060 0.335 0.300 181811 BURSA-C11 0.325 -0.005 828.6 10.620 8.900 -0.89 30/11/2017 0.490 0.060 0.415 0.395 0151WA KGB-WA 0.405 -0.005 645.8 0.655 0.500 38.17 12/06/2019
0.315 0.095 0.170 0.150 181812 BURSA-C12 0.150 -0.005 53 10.620 10.500 5.23 30/11/2017 0.035 0.003 0.010 0.005 0036WA KGROUP-WA 0.010 -0.005 700 0.035 0.100 214.29 02/07/2018
0.150 0.090 0.150 0.135 181813 BURSA-C13 0.135 Unch 138 10.620 10.500 5.23 30/03/2018 0.030 0.010 0.020 0.015 0036WB KGROUP-WB 0.015 Unch 2563.3 0.035 0.050 85.71 01/05/2020
2.550 0.950 2.380 2.300 7174WA CAB-WA 2.370 0.020 45 2.930 0.550 -0.34 08/02/2020 0.880 0.620 0.710 0.700 5171WA KIMLUN-WA 0.700 -0.005 45.4 2.340 1.680 1.71 12/03/2024
0.220 0.045 0.135 0.135 5195WB CENSOF-WB 0.135 Unch 665.7 0.320 0.460 85.94 07/10/2019 0.075 0.005 0.005 0.005 7164WA KNM-WA 0.005 Unch 453 0.245 0.980 302.04 15/11/2017
0.310 0.100 0.235 0.215 102321 CIMB-C21 0.225 0.015 430 6.640 6.200 5.23 31/10/2017 0.150 0.070 0.085 0.075 7164WB KNM-WB 0.075 -0.005 272 0.245 1.000 338.78 21/04/2020
0.335 0.150 0.290 0.275 102322 CIMB-C22 0.275 0.010 1025.6 6.640 5.700 2.41 24/11/2017 0.160 0.070 0.105 0.085 7017WB KOMARK-WB 0.095 0.015 2428.8 0.260 0.300 51.92 21/01/2020
0.175 0.170 0.175 0.175 102323 CIMB-C23 0.175 0.005 78 6.640 6.500 12.39 02/02/2018 1.400 0.410 1.260 1.220 5878WB KPJ-WB 1.250 Unch 195 4.160 4.010 26.44 23/01/2019
0.155 0.085 0.145 0.130 102324 CIMB-C24 0.135 0.005 2364.1 6.640 7.000 13.55 28/12/2017 0.085 0.015 0.015 0.015 3794CC LAFMSIA-CC 0.015 -0.005 50 5.750 7.000 23.04 02/02/2018
0.170 0.015 0.030 0.015 2852C5 CMSB-C5 0.020 0.005 320 3.890 4.000 4.88 16/08/2017 0.130 0.055 0.055 0.055 5789CA LBS-CA 0.055 -0.020 100 1.970 2.100 12.18 24/11/2017
0.205 0.040 0.145 0.145 0102WA CONNECT-WA 0.145 -0.005 319.5 0.240 0.100 2.08 17/09/2021 1.090 0.580 0.930 0.930 5789WA LBS-WA 0.930 -0.005 1 1.970 1.000 -2.03 11/06/2018
0.205 0.035 0.140 0.135 0102WB CONNECT-WB 0.140 0.005 100 0.240 0.100 0.00 07/06/2021 0.835 0.370 0.720 0.685 5789WB LBS-WB 0.720 0.030 14 1.970 1.250 0.00 04/10/2020
0.250 0.025 0.155 0.150 0051WA CUSCAPI-WA 0.155 Unch 372 0.290 0.270 46.55 24/04/2018 0.260 0.110 0.110 0.110 5284CC LCTITAN-CC 0.110 -0.015 54 6.130 7.500 27.73 30/01/2018
0.470 0.340 0.355 0.345 5276WA DANCO-WA 0.355 -0.005 5.1 0.625 0.300 4.80 22/05/2022 0.465 0.395 0.395 0.395 5284CE LCTITAN-CE 0.395 -0.070 10 6.130 5.500 9.05 30/01/2018
0.035 0.005 0.015 0.015 7179WB DBE-WB 0.015 Unch 1486.1 0.025 0.050 160.00 22/01/2022 0.095 0.045 0.050 0.045 5284CG LCTITAN-CG 0.045 -0.050 346.5 6.130 6.500 10.44 30/04/2018
0.030 0.005 0.010 0.010 0152WA DGB-WA 0.010 Unch 600 0.050 0.110 140.00 22/04/2018 0.250 0.150 0.185 0.180 7126WA LONBISC-WA 0.185 Unch 68.9 0.745 1.000 59.06 26/01/2020
0.095 0.060 0.060 0.060 727714 DIALOG-C14 0.060 Unch 10 1.920 2.000 10.42 31/10/2017 0.095 0.020 0.060 0.060 5068WA LUSTER-WA 0.060 Unch 100 0.120 0.100 33.33 03/06/2022
0.105 0.060 0.070 0.070 727715 DIALOG-C15 0.070 Unch 600 1.920 1.850 7.29 31/10/2017 0.095 0.020 0.065 0.060 5068WB LUSTER-WB 0.060 -0.005 518.5 0.120 0.100 33.33 26/05/2023
0.200 0.105 0.135 0.115 727717 DIALOG-C17 0.125 -0.025 59.6 1.920 1.900 5.47 02/02/2018 0.060 0.015 0.040 0.040 0017WA M3TECH-WA 0.040 Unch 863.8 0.085 0.100 64.71 21/08/2019
0.100 0.020 0.035 0.030 694719 DIGI-C19 0.035 0.005 432.4 4.800 5.100 7.71 02/02/2018 0.750 0.275 0.630 0.620 7617WB MAGNA-WB 0.625 0.020 273.7 1.520 0.900 0.33 04/09/2020
0.370 0.045 0.300 0.295 4456WD DNEX-WD 0.295 -0.005 18407.1 0.590 0.500 34.75 30/07/2021 0.085 0.085 0.085 0.085 3859C2 MAGNUM-C2 0.085 Unch 10 1.720 1.800 14.53 22/01/2018
0.140 0.060 0.095 0.090 7114WA DNONCE-WA 0.095 Unch 51.8 0.285 0.250 21.05 25/11/2020 0.100 0.005 0.005 0.005 5264CT MALAKOF-CT 0.005 Unch 100 1.030 1.500 46.12 31/10/2017
0.145 0.055 0.070 0.065 5265WA DOLPHIN-WA 0.070 0.005 2367.8 0.255 0.800 241.18 29/03/2021 0.990 0.085 0.475 0.455 6181WB MALTON-WB 0.465 0.005 2663.8 1.170 1.000 25.21 29/06/2018
0.340 0.180 0.305 0.285 7169WA DOMINAN-WA 0.305 -0.005 242.3 1.260 1.300 27.38 10/09/2020 0.630 0.350 0.495 0.480 5236WA MATRIX-WA 0.495 Unch 26.8 2.720 2.400 6.43 20/07/2020
0.040 0.010 0.015 0.010 7198WA DPS-WA 0.010 -0.005 30 0.090 0.540 511.11 03/01/2018 0.230 0.140 0.185 0.185 115528 MAYBANKC28 0.185 -0.005 100 9.640 9.500 4.69 31/10/2017
0.260 0.030 0.105 0.095 161926 DRBHCOMC26 0.095 -0.015 485.5 1.680 1.550 0.74 30/08/2017 0.230 0.115 0.185 0.185 115529 MAYBANKC29 0.185 Unch 40 9.640 9.000 2.00 16/10/2017
0.330 0.105 0.245 0.245 161929 DRBHCOMC29 0.245 -0.005 50 1.680 1.200 0.60 16/08/2017 0.190 0.145 0.145 0.145 115531 MAYBANKC31 0.145 Unch 160 9.640 9.500 3.06 28/02/2018
0.180 0.060 0.090 0.090 161932 DRBHCOMC32 0.090 -0.005 5 1.680 1.450 1.31 30/08/2017 0.585 0.345 0.495 0.460 5152WA MBL-WA 0.490 0.040 256.8 1.080 0.800 19.44 28/11/2022
0.195 0.060 0.115 0.110 161933 DRBHCOMC33 0.115 0.005 877 1.680 1.650 11.90 31/10/2017 0.230 0.110 0.135 0.125 1171C2 MBSB-C2 0.135 Unch 90.1 1.260 1.300 13.89 02/02/2018
0.075 0.070 0.070 0.070 161939 DRBHCOMC39 0.070 -0.005 20 1.680 1.880 24.40 30/03/2018 0.130 0.070 0.070 0.070 1171CX MBSB-CX 0.070 -0.010 150 1.260 1.300 14.29 28/11/2017
0.135 0.045 0.050 0.050 5216CV DSONIC-CV 0.050 -0.010 500 1.170 1.300 19.66 31/10/2017 0.090 0.040 0.045 0.040 1171CY MBSB-CY 0.045 -0.005 1063.1 1.260 1.250 9.92 29/09/2017
0.080 0.060 0.065 0.065 5216CX DSONIC-CX 0.065 Unch 80 1.170 1.250 20.73 30/01/2018 0.080 0.035 0.040 0.040 1171CZ MBSB-CZ 0.040 Unch 100 1.260 1.450 23.02 30/11/2017
0.070 0.060 0.065 0.065 5216CY DSONIC-CY 0.065 -0.005 119 1.170 1.300 22.22 30/03/2018 0.260 0.040 0.155 0.140 0167WB MCLEAN-WB 0.150 Unch 36.4 0.275 0.250 45.45 07/10/2020
0.320 0.120 0.205 0.180 3417WB E&O-WB 0.195 0.005 450.7 1.660 2.600 68.37 21/07/2019 0.135 0.060 0.100 0.100 5040WA MEDAINC-WA 0.100 0.025 1 0.445 0.500 34.83 13/08/2021
0.195 0.090 0.145 0.130 3557WC ECOFIRS-WC 0.145 Unch 5.6 0.290 0.300 53.45 10/09/2019 0.365 0.140 0.235 0.210 1694WB MENANG-WB 0.230 0.010 1660.5 0.860 1.000 43.02 09/07/2019
0.150 0.080 0.135 0.135 5253CA ECONBHD-CA 0.135 -0.005 216.1 2.730 2.500 6.41 30/11/2017 0.180 0.095 0.180 0.150 0075WA MEXTER-WA 0.175 0.025 10183.4 0.310 0.130 -1.61 17/09/2018
0.170 0.095 0.120 0.115 8206CG ECOWLD-CG 0.120 Unch 368.5 1.610 1.500 8.07 30/11/2017 2.330 0.420 2.020 1.980 3069WA MFCB-WA 1.980 -0.020 181.1 3.860 2.220 8.81 08/04/2020
0.175 0.090 0.120 0.120 8206CH ECOWLD-CH 0.120 0.005 300 1.610 1.600 10.56 08/12/2017 0.050 0.020 0.040 0.040 7219WA MINETEC-WA 0.040 -0.005 35 0.135 0.150 40.74 27/11/2019
0.710 0.365 0.520 0.510 8206WA ECOWLD-WA 0.510 -0.005 141.8 1.610 2.080 60.87 26/03/2022 0.355 0.175 0.205 0.195 5576WC MINHO-WC 0.205 0.005 21.1 0.560 0.500 25.89 02/08/2021
0.140 0.045 0.060 0.050 0107WA EDUSPEC-WA 0.060 0.005 438.4 0.140 0.180 71.43 24/12/2018 0.625 0.365 0.525 0.515 9571WD MITRA-WD 0.525 0.010 87.2 1.360 1.090 18.75 23/08/2020
0.945 0.360 0.820 0.800 0065WA EFORCE-WA 0.810 Unch 73.8 1.130 0.340 1.77 17/07/2019 1.125 0.710 0.720 0.710 6114WB MKH-WB 0.710 -0.025 6.1 2.270 1.550 -0.44 29/12/2017
0.670 0.415 0.440 0.435 8907WC EG-WC 0.440 Unch 127 0.830 0.500 13.25 03/11/2020 0.115 0.020 0.065 0.050 0085WA MLAB-WA 0.050 -0.010 9512.8 0.155 0.100 -3.23 24/04/2020
0.030 0.005 0.020 0.015 7182WA EKA-WA 0.015 Unch 7 0.075 0.200 186.67 22/01/2019 0.880 0.230 0.825 0.800 7595WA MLGLOBAL-WA 0.820 0.005 180.4 1.300 0.500 1.54 27/10/2019
0.140 0.025 0.040 0.030 8877CA EKOVEST-CA 0.030 -0.010 5581.4 1.110 1.600 48.20 08/12/2017 0.070 0.020 0.025 0.025 0070WA MQTECH-WA 0.025 Unch 25 0.050 0.100 150.00 21/11/2021
0.145 0.085 0.105 0.105 8877CB EKOVEST-CB 0.105 -0.005 100 1.110 1.400 45.05 08/01/2018 0.180 0.005 0.005 0.005 165113 MRCB-C13 0.005 Unch 1060 1.260 1.550 24.01 30/08/2017
0.090 0.045 0.060 0.060 8877CC EKOVEST-CC 0.060 Unch 2324.4 1.110 1.300 30.63 28/12/2017 0.100 0.015 0.015 0.015 165114 MRCB-C14 0.015 Unch 1797.7 1.260 1.900 53.77 31/10/2017
1.350 0.247 0.835 0.825 8877WB EKOVEST-WB 0.830 -0.015 1281.7 1.110 0.480 18.02 25/06/2019 0.135 0.025 0.030 0.025 165115 MRCB-C15 0.025 -0.005 613 1.260 1.800 45.83 24/11/2017
0.300 0.010 0.160 0.060 7149WA ENGKAH-WA 0.160 Unch 1.3 1.520 3.500 140.79 25/09/2017 0.060 0.025 0.030 0.025 165116 MRCB-C16 0.030 Unch 2987.6 1.260 2.100 74.29 29/12/2017
0.630 0.310 0.445 0.435 5056WA ENGTEX-WA 0.440 -0.010 275.8 1.280 0.830 -0.78 25/10/2017 0.390 0.015 0.015 0.015 1651C9 MRCB-C9 0.015 -0.005 800.7 1.260 1.450 16.27 30/08/2017
0.060 0.045 0.045 0.045 5283CB EWINT-CB 0.045 -0.015 100 1.100 1.280 24.55 02/02/2018 0.175 0.085 0.105 0.095 1651WA MRCB-WA 0.095 -0.010 20787 1.260 2.300 90.08 14/09/2018
0.075 0.030 0.030 0.030 5283CD EWINT-CD 0.030 -0.020 50 1.100 1.450 37.27 02/02/2018 0.080 0.010 0.020 0.015 0092WA MTOUCHE-WA 0.015 -0.005 251 0.625 1.260 104.0 17/01/2018
0.060 0.025 0.025 0.025 5283CE EWINT-CE 0.025 Unch 110 1.100 1.350 28.41 30/11/2017 0.220 0.030 0.145 0.130 0092WB MTOUCHE-WB 0.135 -0.005 1624.6 0.625 0.540 8.00 16/03/2020
0.080 0.060 0.070 0.065 5283CF EWINT-CF 0.070 Unch 150 1.100 1.050 11.36 28/12/2017 0.370 0.105 0.250 0.250 5703CD MUHIBAH-CD 0.250 0.010 30 2.850 2.600 2.92 29/12/2017
0.450 0.280 0.285 0.280 5283WA EWINT-WA 0.285 Unch 791.6 1.100 1.450 57.73 02/04/2022 0.230 0.115 0.160 0.160 13812 MYEG-C12 0.160 Unch 33.3 2.140 1.500 0.00 18/09/2017
0.570 0.100 0.515 0.505 7047WB FAJAR-WB 0.505 -0.005 741.6 0.955 0.700 26.18 24/09/2019 0.190 0.075 0.095 0.095 13815 MYEG-C15 0.095 Unch 750 2.140 2.000 6.33 29/09/2017
0.180 0.115 0.140 0.140 06501R FBMKLCI-C1R 0.140 Unch 40 1,767 1,670 0.05 29/09/2017 0.255 0.100 0.140 0.135 13816 MYEG-C16 0.140 0.005 289.1 2.140 2.000 6.54 02/02/2018
0.350 0.230 0.245 0.240 06501V FBMKLCI-C1V 0.245 0.010 302.6 1,767 1,760 3.07 29/09/2017 0.120 0.090 0.090 0.090 13820 MYEG-C20 0.090 -0.015 200 2.140 2.600 29.91 22/01/2018
0.080 0.040 0.040 0.040 06501X FBMKLCI-C1X 0.040 -0.005 796.8 1,767 1,765 1.47 30/11/2017 0.070 0.070 0.070 0.070 13821 MYEG-C21 0.070 Unch 50 2.140 2.280 19.63 30/03/2018
0.100 0.010 0.010 0.010 06502W FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -0.005 40 1,767 1,715 -2.55 31/10/2017 0.195 0.065 0.105 0.100 0138C7 MYEG-C7 0.105 -0.010 641.8 2.140 1.867 0.31 22/08/2017
0.160 0.055 0.055 0.055 06502Z FBMKLCI-H2Z 0.055 Unch 830.9 1,767 1,765 2.06 30/11/2017 0.065 0.005 0.025 0.020 0020WB NETX-WB 0.025 -0.005 1392 0.045 0.050 66.67 08/06/2019
0.120 0.090 0.090 0.090 06504C FBMKLCI-H4C 0.090 Unch 120 1,767 1,785 4.58 29/12/2017 0.025 0.010 0.015 0.015 0096WB NEXGRAM-WB 0.015 -0.005 4.9 0.045 0.260 511.1 21/07/2023
0.160 0.005 0.005 0.005 522221 FGV-C21 0.005 Unch 4303 1.630 2.550 57.06 30/08/2017 0.415 0.190 0.310 0.305 0172WA OCK-WA 0.305 Unch 846.5 0.905 0.710 12.15 15/12/2020
0.070 0.020 0.020 0.020 522225 FGV-C25 0.020 -0.005 105.6 1.630 2.600 63.19 31/10/2017 0.255 0.060 0.155 0.155 7071WC OCR-WC 0.155 -0.005 20 0.570 0.500 14.91 24/07/2021
0.135 0.025 0.030 0.025 522226 FGV-C26 0.030 Unch 614.1 1.630 2.200 39.75 31/10/2017 0.185 0.165 0.170 0.170 5201CA OLDTOWN-CA 0.170 Unch 20 2.800 2.800 18.21 02/02/2018
0.085 0.015 0.025 0.020 522227 FGV-C27 0.020 -0.005 1272.1 1.630 2.450 53.37 16/10/2017 0.185 0.155 0.155 0.155 5201CB OLDTOWN-CB 0.155 Unch 13 2.800 3.000 23.75 22/01/2018
0.155 0.055 0.055 0.055 522228 FGV-C28 0.055 -0.005 108 1.630 2.050 34.20 02/02/2018 0.280 0.045 0.055 0.055 9008WB OMESTI-WB 0.055 Unch 65.3 0.470 0.500 18.09 30/05/2018
0.130 0.065 0.080 0.070 522229 FGV-C29 0.080 0.010 159 1.630 2.100 41.10 08/01/2018 0.370 0.195 0.280 0.265 5053WC OSK-WC 0.270 -0.005 144.7 1.570 1.800 31.85 22/07/2020
0.195 0.115 0.130 0.125 522230 FGV-C30 0.125 -0.005 1477.8 1.630 1.600 19.63 28/12/2017 0.210 0.080 0.185 0.180 7052CI PADINI-CI 0.185 0.010 1305 3.640 2.800 2.34 29/09/2017
0.145 0.100 0.125 0.110 522231 FGV-C31 0.115 -0.005 1541.8 1.630 1.630 17.64 30/03/2018 0.050 0.025 0.030 0.030 0005WA PALETTE-WA 0.030 Unch 28.6 0.065 0.040 7.69 20/03/2018
0.090 0.090 0.090 0.090 522237 FGV-C37 0.090 Unch 3460.2 1.630 1.900 29.26 30/01/2018 0.300 0.080 0.260 0.250 5125WA PANTECH-WA 0.260 0.005 1337 0.665 0.500 14.29 21/12/2020
0.130 0.065 0.090 0.090 9318WB FITTERS-WB 0.090 Unch 2 0.405 1.000 169.14 12/10/2019 0.300 0.105 0.280 0.265 5125WB PANTECH-WB 0.275 Unch 1880 0.665 0.500 16.54 21/12/2021
0.260 0.030 0.220 0.220 0116WC FOCUS-WC 0.220 Unch 20 0.255 0.050 5.88 06/11/2019 0.270 0.145 0.170 0.170 5022WA PAOS-WA 0.170 Unch 25 0.570 0.500 17.54 14/12/2021
0.740 0.230 0.610 0.600 9261WB GADANG-WB 0.605 -0.005 2857.6 0.605 1.060 175.21 29/11/2021 0.100 0.045 0.045 0.045 129514 PBBANK-C14 0.045 -0.005 1530 20.540 21.000 3.99 29/09/2017
0.210 0.075 0.170 0.165 539831 GAMUDA-C31 0.170 Unch 505 5.380 4.900 0.56 29/09/2017 0.130 0.115 0.130 0.125 129515 PBBANK-C15 0.130 0.010 471.7 20.540 20.300 2.00 30/04/2018
MONDAY JU LY 3 1 , 20 17 T HE ED G E FINA NCIA L DA ILY
Markets 2 9
B U R S A M A L AY S I A E Q U I T Y D E R I VAT I V E S

Japan Tech shares drop sharply; post as party leader, and hence, premier when US S&P 500 dented by earnings; Dow the S&P 500 lost 3.32 points or 0.13%
second weekly drop his current term expires in September 2018. hits record high to 2,472.1 and the Nasdaq Composite
There is no successors name coming dropped 7.51 points or 0.12% to 6,374.68.
TOKYO: Japans Nikkei share average up yet so we should not be overly cautious, NEW YORK: The S&P 500 slipped last Investors have been counting on
fell last Friday after tech shares dropped though investors probably wont chase the Friday on negative reactions to earnings earnings to support the relatively high
sharply following weakness on the Nasdaq market higher for a while, Oda said. reports from high-profile names such as valuations for equities. The S&P 500
market, while investors stayed cautious as Last week, the Nikkei moved in a Amazon, Exxon and Starbucks and a drop is trading at about 18 times earnings
the dollar slipped against the yen. narrow 275-point range, traversing the in shares of tobacco companies. estimates for the next 12 months above
Semiconductor equipment makers psychologically important 20,000 mark. The Dow industrials, however, set a its long-term average of 15 times.
tumbled, with Tokyo Electron Ltd diving Last Friday, Japanese companies mixed record high, buoyed by Chevron after the I would call the market at the high
7.2% and Advantest Corp declining 5%, earnings results attracted attention, with energy companys results. end of fairly valued, said Peter Tuz,
together contributing a hefty 53 negative Nissan Motor Co falling 4.1% after its first Despite last Fridays share reactions, president of Chase Investment Counsel
points to the Nikkei benchmark. quarter operating profit fell 12.8% on the year. results overall have come in better than in Charlottesville, Virginia. It is not blanket
The Nikkei dropped 0.6% to 19,959.84. Construction equipment maker Hitachi expected for the second quarter (2Q)and good earnings as Amazon exemplifies.
For the week, it declined 0.7%, falling for Construction Machinery soared to a nine- stocks are trading near record highs. Amazons shares fell 2.5% after the
a second week. year high at one point after its quarterly More than halfway through reporting worlds largest online retailer reported a
The broader Topix shed 0.4% to operating profit jumped 584.5% on the year season, S&P 500 companies are on track jump in retail sales along with a profit slump.
1,621.22, with turnover hitting a six-week to 16.7 billion thanks to strong demand to increase earnings by 10.8%, according Altria Group shares tumbled 9.5%.
high of 2.77 trillion. in China and North America. to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. The US Food and Drug Administration
Investor sentiment was also hurt by the Auto-parts maker Denso Corp jumped Investors were also digesting data showing announced it wants to reduce nicotine levels
resignation of Defence Minister Tomomi 5.3% last Friday after the company the US economy accelerated in the 2Q in cigarettes and move smokers towards
Inada over a series of gaffes, missteps announced stronger-than-expected quarterly as consumers ramped up spending and potentially less harmful e-cigarettes.
and a cover-up at her ministry that have results and raised its full-year outlook. businesses invested more on equipment. Altria, which makes Marlboro brand
contributed to a sharp plunge in public Daiwa Securities tumbled 5.1% after We have had a good earnings season. cigarettes, was the biggest drag on the
support for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. its quarterly net profit fell 21%, hit by We have had pretty good economic results, S&P 500 and weighed heavily on the
The Japanese markets upside has weak FICC (fixed income, currencies and said Bruce McCain, chief investment consumer staples sector, which was the
been capped partly due to Abes falling commodities) trading revenues. strategist at Key Private Bank in Cleveland. worst-performing group.US-traded shares
support rate, said Masashi Oda, general Japans factory output was seen likely But I think that theres a tendency after of British American Tobacco dropped 7%.
manager at strategic department at to rebound in June, a Reuters poll found you have had too long a string of wins, to Exxon shares fell 1.5% after a rare
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management. last Friday, as manufacturers responded start looking for the problems in even the earnings miss, while shares of rival oil major
Over the past few weeks, the suspicion to recovery in global demand. Industrial good data. And I get the sense that that Chevron climbed 1.9% after its results.
of scandal over favouritism for a friends production was seen rising 1.7% in June is kind of what is going on in the market Advancing issues outnumbered
business and missteps by cabinet ministers from the previous month, the poll of 20 at this point. declining ones on the NYSE by a 1.16-to-
have taken a toll on Abe, who until recently economists showed, after a revised 3.6% The Dow Jones Industrial Average one ratio; on Nasdaq, a 1.17-to-one ratio
was favoured to win a third three-year term drop in May. rose 33.76 points or 0.15% to 21,830.31, favoured decliners. Reuters

Nikkei 225 FT Straits Times Dow Jones Euro STOXX 50 Index


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2,774.06
17625 3300 18900 3415
2,772.70
14450 19,959.84 3000 15800 2930
10,172.06 10,403.79 21,830.31
-119.80
+33.76
11275
(-0.60%)
2700 3,330.75 12700 (+0.15%) 3,467.73
2445 -25.41
-23.96
(-0.71%) (-0.73%)
8100 2400 9600 1960
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Bursa Malaysia Equity Derivatives YEAR


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0.220 0.145 0.155 0.145 7082WB SYF-WB 0.145 -0.010 601.5 0.520 0.700 62.50 11/11/2019
Main Market & Ace Market Warrants 0.365 0.125 0.250 0.240 1538WB SYMLIFE-WB 0.240 -0.015 94.8 0.960 1.100 39.58 11/11/2020
YEAR YEAR DAY DAY CODE WARRANTS CLOSE +/- VOL PARENT EXE PRM EXPIRY 0.115 0.105 0.110 0.105 5012CK TAANN-CK 0.105 -0.010 150 3.480 4.200 29.74 26/02/2018
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW (RM) (RM) (000) PRICE PRICE (%) DATE 0.330 0.170 0.200 0.200 8524WB TALIWRK-WB 0.200 Unch 30 1.500 1.700 26.67 11/11/2018
0.255 0.035 0.050 0.045 5183C9 PCHEM-C9 0.050 Unch 6.2 6.950 7.000 3.24 29/09/2017 0.130 0.060 0.085 0.085 0132WA TDEX-WA 0.085 Unch 150 0.150 0.110 30.00 21/09/2018
0.400 0.200 0.235 0.230 9997WB PENSONI-WB 0.230 -0.015 73 0.660 0.600 25.76 20/01/2024 1.160 0.300 0.400 0.345 7200WA TEKSENG-WA 0.370 0.010 1198.5 0.560 0.250 10.71 29/01/2020
0.485 0.130 0.400 0.390 8311WC PESONA-WC 0.395 Unch 278.7 0.655 0.250 -1.53 27/01/2020 0.195 0.085 0.115 0.110 534735 TENAGA-C35 0.110 -0.005 513 14.160 13.800 2.12 30/11/2017
0.150 0.040 0.060 0.060 6033CO PETGAS-CO 0.060 -0.005 3.2 18.960 19.800 7.28 29/12/2017 0.130 0.090 0.110 0.105 534736 TENAGA-C36 0.110 -0.005 45 14.160 13.000 3.46 30/11/2017
0.315 0.085 0.240 0.205 3042CC PETRONM-CC 0.240 0.040 4965.8 8.850 6.500 5.99 29/09/2017 0.135 0.040 0.125 0.085 0145WA TFP-WA 0.115 0.025 5175.3 0.185 0.100 16.22 15/02/2019
0.110 0.110 0.110 0.110 8869CQ PMETAL-CQ 0.110 Unch 590 2.770 2.680 20.58 30/04/2018 3.560 2.620 2.690 2.690 7034WA TGUAN-WA 2.690 -0.060 10 4.200 1.500 -0.24 09/10/2019
0.115 0.115 0.115 0.115 8869CR PMETAL-CR 0.115 Unch 250 2.770 2.880 24.73 30/04/2018 0.040 0.010 0.025 0.025 7079WC TIGER-WC 0.025 Unch 200 0.060 0.080 75.00 11/02/2021
0.100 0.100 0.100 0.100 8869CS PMETAL-CS 0.100 Unch 20 2.770 3.080 29.24 30/04/2018 0.090 0.005 0.010 0.010 486314 TM-C14 0.010 0.005 11 6.330 6.700 6.24 29/09/2017
2.600 2.200 2.380 2.330 8869WC PMETAL-WC 2.380 0.040 86.8 2.770 0.390 0.00 22/08/2019 0.170 0.065 0.080 0.070 486317 TM-C17 0.080 0.015 1280 6.330 6.200 3.00 30/08/2017
1.050 0.615 0.925 0.915 7088WB POHUAT-WB 0.925 Unch 52.4 1.930 1.000 -0.26 21/10/2020 0.315 0.125 0.185 0.170 0101WB TMCLIFE-WB 0.180 0.015 6122 0.800 0.750 16.25 21/06/2019
0.285 0.130 0.135 0.130 4634C8 POS-C8 0.130 -0.010 62.2 5.110 5.100 9.98 31/10/2017 0.810 0.510 0.720 0.715 8397WC TNLOGIS-WC 0.715 -0.015 49.6 1.730 1.000 -0.87 26/12/2018
0.710 0.198 0.645 0.640 7168WA PRG-WA 0.645 Unch 81 1.040 0.375 -1.92 06/07/2019 0.485 0.109 0.470 0.465 7285WA TOMYPAK-WA 0.465 -0.005 179.5 1.050 0.930 32.86 21/06/2021
0.710 0.425 0.470 0.460 8966WA PRLEXUS-WA 0.470 Unch 245.7 1.290 1.200 29.46 14/06/2021 0.185 0.050 0.125 0.120 711316 TOPGLOV-C16 0.125 0.005 150 5.750 5.400 2.61 30/08/2017
0.145 0.040 0.095 0.090 7145WA PSIPTEK-WA 0.090 -0.005 359.9 0.155 0.100 22.58 16/11/2019 0.200 0.035 0.160 0.160 711317 TOPGLOV-C17 0.160 -0.010 50 5.750 5.200 2.96 29/12/2017
0.140 0.020 0.075 0.070 0007WA PUC-WA 0.075 0.005 919.9 0.135 0.100 29.63 25/12/2024 0.425 0.110 0.320 0.300 5042WB TSRCAP-WB 0.300 -0.010 130 0.725 0.700 37.93 28/12/2020
0.145 0.015 0.065 0.065 0007WB PUC-WB 0.065 Unch 504 0.135 0.100 22.22 15/02/2019 0.150 0.055 0.055 0.055 514841 UEMS-C41 0.055 -0.005 1130 1.170 1.140 6.84 31/10/2017
0.750 0.215 0.630 0.620 7134WA PWF-WA 0.630 Unch 72.9 1.050 0.620 19.05 20/07/2021 0.085 0.010 0.015 0.010 514842 UEMS-C42 0.015 Unch 150 1.170 1.400 22.22 29/09/2017
0.170 0.020 0.095 0.090 5256WA REACH-WA 0.095 Unch 2518.4 0.425 0.750 98.82 12/08/2022 0.100 0.030 0.035 0.030 514845 UEMS-C45 0.030 -0.005 1034.7 1.170 1.200 9.49 31/10/2017
0.110 0.040 0.045 0.045 1066C2 RHBBANK-C2 0.045 -0.010 200 5.030 5.600 14.02 28/02/2018 0.150 0.125 0.130 0.125 514847 UEMS-C47 0.125 Unch 175.8 1.170 1.000 6.84 30/01/2018
0.090 0.060 0.065 0.060 5270WA RSENA-WA 0.065 0.005 1171 0.455 0.500 24.18 01/12/2023 0.195 0.070 0.105 0.100 7091WA UNIMECH-WA 0.105 -0.010 131.6 1.040 1.500 54.33 18/09/2018
0.040 0.015 0.015 0.015 0133WC SANICHI-WC 0.015 Unch 27.2 0.060 0.210 275.00 24/09/2019 0.145 0.115 0.130 0.130 5005CX UNISEM-CX 0.130 Unch 35 3.800 3.450 6.18 30/11/2017
0.050 0.020 0.030 0.030 0133WD SANICHI-WD 0.030 0.005 20 0.060 0.100 116.67 21/07/2019 0.164 0.025 0.060 0.050 0069WB VIVOCOM-WB 0.055 Unch 16911.3 0.140 0.200 82.14 07/09/2018
0.135 0.065 0.125 0.115 5157WA SAUDEE-WA 0.125 0.005 506.5 0.370 0.500 68.92 31/03/2021 0.180 0.050 0.085 0.080 0069WC VIVOCOM-WC 0.080 Unch 713 0.140 0.100 28.57 22/01/2020
0.185 0.055 0.120 0.120 0161WA SCH-WA 0.120 Unch 101 0.205 0.100 7.32 04/12/2021 0.175 0.055 0.085 0.075 0069WD VIVOCOM-WD 0.085 0.005 2181.2 0.140 0.100 32.14 08/07/2020
0.785 0.160 0.665 0.610 7073WB SEACERA-WB 0.665 0.065 2878 1.460 1.000 14.04 29/05/2019 0.095 0.030 0.065 0.065 7070WC VIZIONE-WC 0.065 Unch 190 0.115 0.100 43.48 05/02/2022
0.170 0.010 0.035 0.030 5250CF SEM-CF 0.035 0.010 576.5 1.300 1.550 24.62 28/11/2017 0.595 0.200 0.515 0.515 7240WA VOIR-WA 0.515 0.035 2 0.830 0.500 22.29 31/03/2024
0.110 0.085 0.085 0.085 521846 SENERGYC46 0.085 Unch 400 1.550 1.700 22.29 30/01/2018 0.235 0.155 0.235 0.225 6963CM VS-CM 0.235 0.005 562 2.200 1.800 3.18 30/11/2017
0.110 0.105 0.105 0.105 521847 SENERGYC47 0.105 -0.005 100 1.550 1.700 23.23 30/01/2018 0.180 0.115 0.175 0.170 6963CN VS-CN 0.175 0.005 235 2.200 2.000 6.82 08/12/2017
0.170 0.125 0.155 0.150 5279CA SERBADK-CA 0.155 -0.005 721.3 2.030 2.000 17.61 02/02/2018 0.125 0.095 0.120 0.120 6963CO VS-CO 0.120 Unch 410 2.200 2.200 13.64 30/11/2017
0.120 0.110 0.115 0.115 5279CB SERBADK-CB 0.115 -0.005 60 2.030 2.500 37.32 26/02/2018 0.105 0.105 0.105 0.105 6963CQ VS-CQ 0.105 Unch 50 2.200 2.280 17.95 30/03/2018
0.215 0.075 0.135 0.125 0055WA SERSOL-WA 0.125 Unch 54 0.185 0.180 64.86 18/04/2023 0.055 0.010 0.015 0.015 0066WA VSOLAR-WA 0.015 -0.005 10 0.105 0.120 28.57 01/12/2017
0.205 0.055 0.185 0.175 7165WA SGB-WA 0.185 Unch 112.5 0.670 0.600 17.16 07/04/2021 0.690 0.240 0.640 0.625 6963WA VS-WA 0.630 -0.005 6402.2 2.200 1.650 3.64 06/01/2019
0.350 0.210 0.255 0.255 7246WA SIGN-WA 0.255 0.005 19.2 0.895 0.970 36.87 21/04/2021 0.135 0.040 0.055 0.055 3565CA WCEHB-CA 0.055 Unch 49.8 1.440 1.650 22.22 30/11/2017
0.245 0.115 0.115 0.115 9776WB SMCAP-WB 0.115 -0.005 13.6 0.670 1.000 66.42 13/07/2018 0.215 0.040 0.050 0.045 9679C1 WCT-C1 0.045 -0.005 80 1.890 2.250 24.29 30/11/2017
0.405 0.135 0.220 0.220 5213WA SNTORIA-WA 0.220 0.015 0.3 0.840 0.600 -2.38 15/04/2019 0.170 0.035 0.045 0.035 9679C2 WCT-C2 0.045 0.005 200.2 1.890 2.300 26.46 08/12/2017
0.845 0.650 0.745 0.740 5242WA SOLID-WA 0.745 -0.035 43.2 1.270 0.500 -1.97 16/12/2020 0.340 0.060 0.065 0.065 9679CZ WCT-CZ 0.065 -0.005 30 1.890 2.000 10.98 31/10/2017
0.285 0.125 0.225 0.215 0093WA SOLUTN-WA 0.225 Unch 376.2 0.315 0.200 34.92 04/07/2021 0.665 0.170 0.235 0.220 9679WD WCT-WD 0.220 -0.010 1688.5 1.890 1.710 2.12 11/12/2017
0.070 0.040 0.040 0.040 5126CE SOP-CE 0.040 -0.005 80 3.500 3.800 12.57 29/09/2017 0.570 0.175 0.340 0.325 9679WE WCT-WE 0.325 -0.015 2468.4 1.890 2.080 27.25 27/08/2020
0.210 0.050 0.065 0.060 8664CV SPSETIA-CV 0.060 0.005 154.5 3.340 3.400 8.98 31/10/2017 0.930 0.490 0.710 0.690 7245WA WZSATU-WA 0.690 Unch 19.3 1.100 0.500 8.18 28/10/2024
0.400 0.080 0.110 0.090 8664CW SPSETIA-CW 0.095 0.010 2106.9 3.340 3.400 6.06 29/12/2017 0.015 0.005 0.010 0.005 0095WA XINGHE-WA 0.010 0.005 22 0.040 0.100 175.00 22/03/2019
0.200 0.025 0.030 0.025 8664CY SPSETIA-CY 0.025 Unch 4257.5 3.340 3.900 18.26 08/12/2017 0.110 0.035 0.060 0.055 0165WA XOX-WA 0.060 Unch 231.3 0.110 0.200 136.36 10/02/2019
0.125 0.020 0.065 0.060 0140WA STERPRO-WA 0.060 Unch 160.1 0.170 0.480 217.65 17/02/2021 0.185 0.050 0.065 0.065 7020WB YKGI-WB 0.065 Unch 160 0.210 0.500 169.05 28/05/2020
0.460 0.110 0.410 0.410 5263CH SUNCON-CH 0.410 0.040 5 2.100 1.700 0.48 30/08/2017 1.100 0.630 0.950 0.940 7066WA YONGTAI-WA 0.940 -0.015 105.2 1.400 0.500 2.86 24/06/2020
0.120 0.100 0.105 0.105 5263CK SUNCON-CK 0.105 0.005 20 2.100 2.200 14.76 08/01/2018 0.075 0.070 0.075 0.070 467711 YTL-C11 0.075 Unch 149.4 1.410 1.600 24.11 30/01/2018
0.090 0.075 0.080 0.080 3743CA SUNSURIA-CA 0.080 Unch 58 1.490 1.600 18.12 26/02/2018 0.100 0.030 0.035 0.030 4677C8 YTL-C8 0.030 -0.005 300.6 1.410 1.500 8.51 29/12/2017
0.505 0.145 0.430 0.420 3743WA SUNSURIA-WA 0.420 -0.005 548.5 1.490 1.500 28.86 22/07/2020 0.450 0.320 0.345 0.335 6742WB YTLPOWR-WB 0.340 Unch 156.9 1.410 1.140 4.96 11/06/2018
0.235 0.060 0.180 0.175 0148WB SUNZEN-WB 0.175 -0.005 791.8 0.375 0.250 13.33 25/02/2021 0.125 0.040 0.060 0.050 2283WA ZELAN-WA 0.060 0.005 103.7 0.135 0.250 129.63 25/01/2019
0.155 0.060 0.065 0.060 710627 SUPERMX-C27 0.065 -0.010 269.4 1.920 2.000 10.94 02/02/2018
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INSIDER MOVES . TRADING THEMES . EVENTS . FOREX

Insider moves (Filings on July 27, 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. Venezuelas economic crisis and anti-government protests
COMPANY SHARES ACQUIRED DIRECTOR/SUBSTANTIAL SHARES HELD TRANSACTION
(DISPOSED) SHAREHOLDER AFTER CHANGE DATE Venezuelas fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in
7-ELEVEN MALAYSIA HOLDINGS (432,500) FRANKLIN RESOURCES, INC. USA 60,377,600 25/7 2014, its economy was thrown into chaos. A government that had relied on oil revenues
ADVANCECON HOLDINGS (50,000) FATHI RIDZUAN AHMAD FAUZI 50,000 24 & 25/7 to fund social spending suddenly came up short of hard currency for imports, causing
AL-AQAR HEALTHCARE REIT (1,300) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 66,044,238 24/7
shortages of every kind. As Nicolas Maduros government struggles to contain the crisis,
ASTRO MALAYSIA HOLDINGS 496,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 321,216,900 24/7
AXIATA GROUP 214,900 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,449,921,890 21/7
hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets to protest his government.
AXIS REAL ESTATE 239,500 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 138,598,564 24/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
AXIS REAL ESTATE 1,000,000 ALEX LEE LAO 57,831,315 25/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
BERMAZ AUTO 309,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 144,840,823 24/7
BIMB HOLDINGS 25,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 204,519,501 24/7
BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO (M) (151,700) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 15,624,802 24/7
BUMI ARMADA 1,900,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 324,274,580 24/7
CAHYA MATA SARAWAK 500,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 87,045,000 25/7
DIALOG GROUP 3,711,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 682,182,550 24/7
DIGI.COM (244,988) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 1,050,177,544 21 & 24/7
EASTERN & ORIENTAL 500,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 88,466,129 25/7
EFFICIENT E-SOLUTIONS 150,000 LIM HOOI TEIK 63,668,500 26/7
EWEIN 376,000 HIJAUWASA S/B 102,851,378 26/7
FRASER & NEAVE HOLDINGS 500,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 42,399,930 24/7
GAMUDA 453,600 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 276,541,905 24/7
GLOBETRONICS TECHNOLOGY (142,700) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 28,196,800 24/7
HAP SENG PLANTATIONS HOLDINGS 26,000 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 53,655,100 25/7
HONG LEONG BANK 1,700 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 260,600,921 24/7
IGB REAL ESTATE (104,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 232,215,613 24/7
INVESTMENT TRUST
IJM CORPORATION 1,623,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 529,375,958 24/7
IOI CORPORATION (1,203,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 593,981,473 24/7
KENANGA INVESTMENT BANK (42,800) DEUTSCHE BANK AG 57,949,401 25/7
KUALA LUMPUR KEPONG 391,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 163,210,788 24/7
LAFARGE MALAYSIA (964,100) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 74,345,989 24/7
LATITUDE TREE HOLDINGS (1,000,000) LIN TZU-LANG 26/7
LUSTER INDUSTIES (100,000) MOHAMED SHUKRI MOHAMED ZAIN 1,100,000 25/7
MALAYSIA AIRPORTS HOLDINGS (1,021,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 161,133,992 24/7
MALAYSIA MARINE AND 272,200 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 106,071,800 24/7
HEAVY ENGINEERING HOLDINGS
MARINE & GENERAL 1,000,000 DATO ABDUL HAMID SH MOHAMED 2,000,000 26/7
MATRIX CONCEPTS HOLDINGS (2,000,000) DATO LEE TIAN HOCK 227,378,322 27/7
MAXIS 3,265,400 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 813,050,721 30/7
MEDIA PRIMA 55,000 MORGAN STANLEY & CO. LLC. US 74,247,500 25/7
MMC CORPORATION 105,300 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 218,839,200 25/7
MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING (M) 26,600 LEMBAGA TABUNG HAJI 49,386,500 25/7
NESTLE (MALAYSIA) 48,200 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 19,043,600 19 & 24/7
PENSONIC HOLDINGS (4,000,000) CHEW CHUON JIN 26/7
PETRONAS GAS (500,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 203,958,700 27/7
PPB GROUP 23,800 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 111,542,225 24/7
PROTASCO 7,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 31,268,000 24/7
PUBLIC BANK (3,850,800) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 477,804,000 24/7
QL RESOURCES 823,400 AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES 63,823,400 25/7
- SKIM AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA
S P SETIA (225,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 195,382,983 24/7
Stocks closest to year high Stocks closest to year low
SIME DARBY 3,300,000 KUMPULAN WANG PERSARAAN 392,347,373 21 - 24/7 STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME STOCK HIGH LOW CLOSE VOLUME
(RM) (RM) (RM) ('000) (RM) (RM) (RM) ('000)
(DIPERBADANKAN)
SIME DARBY 711,100 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 676,089,431 21 & 24/7 SUPERLN 2.620 2.480 2.600 1387.4 LCTITAN-CC 0.110 0.110 0.110 54
SUNWAY (1,000,000) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 113,525,091 24/7 JHM 2.890 2.780 2.870 1315.6 ESCERAM 0.395 0.370 0.380 4441.7
SUNWAY REAL ESTATE (475,900) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 386,439,800 24/7 PMETAL-CR 0.115 0.115 0.115 250 PMETAL-CR 0.115 0.115 0.115 250
HENGYUAN 7.020 6.370 6.900 7832.1 ZECON 0.560 0.545 0.555 1682.2
INVESTMENT TRUST
GCB 1.570 1.480 1.560 2560.8 VERSATL 0.960 0.870 0.945 2293.9
SYARIKAT TAKAFUL MALAYSIA (10,600) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 101,374,000 24/7
INARI-WB 1.770 1.720 1.770 392.7 FGV-C37 0.090 0.090 0.090 3460.2
UMW HOLDINGS (646,400) EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 137,263,160 24/7
FGV-C37 0.090 0.090 0.090 3460.2 AMBANK-CY 0.165 0.150 0.155 71
UNITED MALACCA 40,000 EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD 17,159,000 24/7
YTL-C11 0.075 0.070 0.075 149.4 YTL-C11 0.075 0.070 0.075 149.4
V.S. INDUSTRY (200,000) NG YONG KANG 950,000 25 & 26/7
MAGNUM-C2 0.085 0.085 0.085 10 MAGNUM-C2 0.085 0.085 0.085 10
While every eort is made to ensure accuracy, the information presented is not an exhaustive list and is not an ocial record of shareholder
PBBANK-C15 0.130 0.125 0.130 471.7 UEMS-C45 0.035 0.030 0.030 1034.7
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 MEXTER 0.320 0.290 0.310 11513.7 UEMS-C41 0.055 0.055 0.055 1130
HARTA-CZ 0.165 0.155 0.155 172 SENERGYC47 0.105 0.105 0.105 100
PENTA 4.380 4.100 4.270 2509.7 EWINT-CD 0.030 0.030 0.030 50
Local events to watch out for today CIMB-C23
FPI
0.175
1.180
0.175
1.110
0.175
1.180
78
1615.4
MKH
EWINT-CB
2.290
0.045
2.260
0.045
2.270
0.045
477.4
100
Borneo Oil Bhds annual general meeting AMMB Holdings Bhds AGM at Sime ELSOFT 2.800 2.600 2.800 1871.4 PMETAL-CS 0.100 0.100 0.100 20
(AGM) and extraordinary general meeting Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur PMETAL-CS 0.100 0.100 0.100 20 INARI-C3 0.155 0.150 0.155 46
(EGM) at 2nd floor, Victoria Point, Jalan at 10am. INARI-C3 0.155 0.150 0.155 46 PRESBHD 1.920 1.890 1.920 1359.1

OKK Awang Besar, Labuan. (AGM at 8am This table shows stocks that are trading near their year high. This This table shows stocks that are trading near their year low. This
and EGM at 9am). could suggest a build-up in buying momentum, or the possibility that
prot-taking activities could set in later.
could suggest a build-up in selling momentum, or the possibility that
bargain hunting could set in later.

Foreign exchange rates


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

NZ $ 0.639 0.752 0.728 0.572 0.934 1.019 1.019 0.941 3.2191 5.062 60.549 4.756 2.760 10,015 48.179 83.155 5.944 37.954 2.737 2.818 6.100 25.078 5.869
EURO 1.564 1.175 1.138 0.895 1.461 1.594 1.594 1.471 5.0348 7.918 94.702 7.438 4.317 15,664 75.354 130.058 9.296 59.362 4.280 4.408 9.541 39.223 9.179
US $ 1.331 0.851 0.969 0.761 1.243 1.356 1.356 1.252 4.2835 6.736 80.570 6.328 3.673 13,326 64.110 110.650 7.909 50.504 3.641 3.750 8.117 33.370 7.809
SWISS FR 1.374 0.878 1.032 0.786 1.284 1.400 1.400 1.292 4.4224 6.955 83.183 6.533 3.792 13,759 66.189 114.238 8.165 52.142 3.760 3.872 8.381 34.452 8.063
STERLING 1.748 1.118 1.314 1.273 1.633 1.782 1.782 1.645 5.6277 8.850 105.854 8.314 4.825 17,508 84.228 145.374 10.391 66.353 4.784 4.927 10.665 43.842 10.260
CANADA $ 1.070 0.684 0.804 0.779 0.612 1.091 1.091 1.007 3.4455 5.418 64.808 5.090 2.954 10,719 51.568 89.003 6.362 40.624 2.929 3.016 6.529 26.842 6.282
BRUNEI $ 0.981 0.627 0.737 0.714 0.561 0.917 1.000 0.923 3.1585 4.967 59.409 4.666 2.708 9,826 47.272 81.590 5.832 37.240 2.685 2.765 5.985 24.606 5.758
SINGAPORE $ 0.981 0.627 0.737 0.714 0.561 0.917 1.000 0.923 3.1580 4.966 59.400 4.665 2.708 9,825 47.265 81.577 5.831 37.234 2.685 2.765 5.984 24.602 5.758
AUSTRALIA $ 1.063 0.680 0.799 0.774 0.608 0.993 1.083 1.084 3.4217 5.381 64.360 5.055 2.934 10,645 51.212 88.389 6.318 40.343 2.909 2.996 6.484 26.656 6.238
MALAYSIA RM 0.311 0.199 0.233 0.226 0.178 0.290 0.317 0.317 0.292 1.0000 1.573 18.809 1.477 0.857 3,111 14.967 25.832 1.846 11.790 0.850 0.875 1.895 7.790 1.823
100 CHINESE RMB 19.754 12.630 14.845 14.379 11.299 18.456 20.133 20.136 18.584 63.5890 1,196 93.939 54.525 197,832 951.717 1,643 117.410 749.738 54.058 55.671 120.502 495.380 115.933
100 BANGLADH TAKA 1.652 1.056 1.241 1.202 0.945 1.543 1.683 1.683 1.554 5.3165 8.361 7.854 4.559 16,540 79.570 137.334 9.816 62.683 4.520 4.654 10.075 41.417 9.693
100 DANISH KRONER 21.028 13.445 15.803 15.307 12.028 19.646 21.432 21.435 19.783 67.6920 106.45 1,273 58.043 210,596 1,013.13 1,749 124.99 798.11 57.55 59.26 128.28 527.34 123.41
100 UAE DIRHAM 36.229 23.164 27.226 26.371 20.723 33.848 36.924 36.930 34.084 116.6245 183.40 2,194 172.29 362,830 1,745 3,013 215.33 1,375 99.15 102.10 221.01 908.55 212.62
1000 INA RUPIAH 0.010 0.006 0.008 0.007 0.006 0.009 0.010 0.010 0.009 0.0321 0.051 0.605 0.047 0.028 0.481 0.830 0.059 0.379 0.027 0.028 0.061 0.250 0.059
100 INDIA RUPEE 2.076 1.327 1.560 1.511 1.187 1.939 2.115 2.116 1.953 6.6815 10.507 125.675 9.870 5.729 20,787 172.595 12.337 78.777 5.680 5.849 12.662 52.051 12.181
100 JAPAN YEN 1.203 0.769 0.904 0.875 0.688 1.124 1.226 1.226 1.131 3.8712 6.088 72.815 5.719 3.319 12,044 57.939 7.148 45.643 3.291 3.389 7.336 30.158 7.058
100 NORWEGIAN KRONER 16.825 10.757 12.644 12.247 9.624 15.719 17.147 17.150 15.828 54.1600 85.172 1,019 80.009 46.440 168,497 810.596 1,399 638.566 46.043 47.416 102.634 421.925 98.742
100 PHILIPPINE PESO 2.635 1.685 1.980 1.918 1.507 2.462 2.685 2.686 2.479 8.4815 13.338 159.532 12.530 7.272 26,387 126.940 219.092 15.660 7.210 7.425 16.073 66.074 15.463
100 QATAR RIYAL 36.541 23.363 27.461 26.599 20.902 34.140 37.242 37.248 34.378 117.6301 184.985 2,213 173.773 100.862 365,959 1,761 3,039 217.190 1,387 102.982 222.911 916.379 214.458
100 SAUDI RIYAL 35.483 22.687 26.666 25.828 20.297 33.152 36.164 36.170 33.382 114.2236 179.628 2,148 168.740 97.941 355,361 1,710 2,951 210.900 1,347 97.104 216.456 889.841 208.248
100 SWEDISH KRONOR 16.393 10.481 12.319 11.932 9.377 15.316 16.707 16.710 15.422 52.7700 82.986 992.572 77.956 45.248 164,173 789.793 1,363 97.434 622.178 44.861 46.199 411.097 96.208
100 THAI BAHT 3.988 2.550 2.997 2.903 2.281 3.726 4.064 4.065 3.751 12.8364 20.187 241.445 18.963 11.007 39,935 192.119 331.587 23.701 151.346 10.913 11.238 24.325 23.403
100 HK$ 17.039 10.894 12.805 12.403 9.746 15.919 17.366 17.369 16.030 54.8499 86.257 1,031.694 81.029 47.031 170,643 820.922 1,417 101.274 646.700 46.629 48.020 103.941 427.300
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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FUTURES . MONEY MARKET . COMMODITIES

Index futures Money market


FKLI Long Rolls - KLCI futures US Dollar Klibor
Index points Open Interest Index points USD Index Implied interest rate (%)
18.00 105.0
1980 90000 1.00 4.5
1,767.50 (+1.00) 93.259
(-4.00) (-0.605) 3.49
1785 68000 4.75 96.5 (Unch)
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 28, 2017 Jan 4, 2010 Jul 28, 2017 Oct 1, 2000 Jul 28, 2017
Oct 2, 2006 Jul 28, 2017

FBM KLCI futures finish in FBM KLCI futures Dollar down, euro up as US Klibor
line with weaker cash market INDEX AND FUTURES
CONTRACT LAST CHANGE VOLUME
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
GDP data fails to sway market MONTH SETTLEMENT
PRICE
CHANGE VOLUME OPEN
INTEREST

The FBM KLCI futures contracts(FKLI) FBMKLCI 1,767.08 -2.99 107.8M The US dollar was broadly lower last Friday as AUG7 96.54
SEP7 96.53
on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives finished JUL 17 1,767.50 -4.00 6,650 16,543 -3,854 a combination of uninspiring US economic OCT7 96.51
easierlast Friday in line with the weaker AUG 17 1,768.50 -2.50 6,044 29,037 11,752
data and political uncertainty kept traders DEC7 96.48
SEP 17 1,769.50 -2.50 37 353 10
underlying cash market. DEC 17 1,769.00 -2.50 20 209 1
biased towards the euro and other world MAR8 96.48
July 2017 declined four points to 1,767.5 TOTAL currencies. JUN8 96.48
12,751 46,142 7,909
SEP8 96.48
while August 2017, September 2017 and The euro and other major currencies rose DEC8 96.48
December 2017 were 2.5 points lower at FUTURES ROLL OVER BID OFFER CLOSE against the dollar after the release of US second- MAR9 96.48
1,768.5, 1,769.5 and 1,767.5, respectively. JUL/AUG 1.0 0.5 1.0
quarter gross domestic product (GDP) estimates JUN9 96.48
Turnover stood at 12,751 lots with open FUTURES FAIR VALUE that largely met economists expectations. SEP9 96.48
DEC9 96.48
interest amounting to 46,142 contracts. CONTRACT DAYS TO EXPIRY KLIBOR DIVIDEND FAIR VALUE Some analysts pointed to a smaller-than- MAR0 96.48
The underlying benchmark FBM KLCI JUL 17
AUG 17
4
34
0.46
5.09
0.00
5.66
0.46
-0.57
expected increase in US labour costs, but others JUN0 96.48
finished at1767.08 last Friday, down 2.99 ROLLS FAIR -1.03
suggested the data was just an excuse for traders SEP0 96.48
points fromThursdaysclose of 1,770.07. to continue the weak dollar trade that has sent DEC0 96.48
MAR1 96.48
Among Asian market, Singapore shares the US currency lower for much of this year.
JUN1 96.48
cut losses at the close of trade last Friday US GDP growth picked up to 2.6% in the SEP1 96.48
after falling nearly 1%, as the city-states second quarter, matching expectations of DEC1 96.48
biggest banks pulled down the index and The FTSE Straits Times Index closed economists polled by Reuters, while growth MAR2 96.48
as sentiment took a hit after total jobs fell 0.7% lower, but rose 0.5% on week, its fifth in the first quarter was revised down to 1.2%. JUN2 96.48
TOTAL 0 0
in the second quarter, the most in 14 years. straight weekly gain. Agencies Reuters

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

CPO & Open Interest CPO vs Soyoil Crude Oil Gold


CPO RM/tonne Open Interest CPO RM/tonne Soyoil US$/Ibs US$/bbl US$/troy oz
4200 200000 6400 0.700 155.00 1980

3450 152500 5075 0.3482 0.525 121.25 1660


(RM3,285/tonne) 1,270.20
(+8.70)
2700 105000 3750 0.350 87.50 1340
49.71
(+0.67)
1950 53.75 1020
2,653 57500 2425 0.175
(-24) 2,653
1200 10000 (-24) 20.00 700
1100 0.000
Jan 6, 2008 Jul 28, 2017 Apr 10, 2007 Jul 28, 2017 Aug 31, 2008 Jul 28, 2017
Jan 6, 2008 Jul 28, 2017

Palm oil falls on stronger CPO futures Oil hits two-month high in Commodities

ringgit, profit-taking CONTRACT


AUG-17
LAST
2,670
CHANGE
-22
VOLUME
317
OPEN CHANGE IN
INTEREST OPEN INTEREST
4,265 -669
strongest week of the year AGRICULTURE
CRUDE PALM OIL
UNIT
RM/TON
EXCHANGE
MDEX
LAST PRICE CHANGE
2,653 -24
RUBBER SEN/KG MRB 603.50 -41.50
SEP-17 2,657 -27 5,949 32,002 -5,231
Malaysian palm oil future fell last Friday, Oil ended its strongest week this year with CORN USC/BSH CBOT 374.25 UNCH
OCT-17 2,653 -24 18,502 63,434 3,311
SOYBEANS USC/BSH CBOT 1,000.75 6.00
weighed down by a stronger ringgit and NOV-17 2,652 -24 7,013 44,262 -329 a surge last Friday, built on receding fears
WHEAT USC/BSH CBOT 481.00 1.25
mild profit-taking. DEC-17 2,665 -22 2,339 13,019 572 of oversupply, as US crude came within LIVE CATTLE USC/IBS CME 112.425 -1.150
The benchmark palm oil contract for CPO FUTURES CPO/SOYOIL striking distance of US$50 a barrel for the COCOA US$/TON NYBOT 2,093 59
October delivery on the Bursa Malaysia INDICATIVE ROLL-OVER CURRENT FUTURES BASIS (USD) first time since the end of May. COFFEE USC/IBS NYBOT 141.45 1.95
AUG/SEP 13 -74.29
Derivatives closed down 0.8% at RM2,653, AUG/OCT 17 3 MONTHS AVERAGE -96.51
Traders attributed the activity to short- SUGAR USC/IBS NYBOT 15.09 -0.04
its sharpest daily fall in two weeks. covering of previous bearish bets as oil COTTON USC/IBS NYC 68.29 -0.15
AUG/NOV 18 6 MONTHS AVERAGE -90.50
Palm rose for three consecutive sessions SEP/OCT 4 finished higher in every session last week. METAL & PRECIOUS METALS
TIN US$/TON KLTM 20,750 200
through last Thursday, when it hit a two- SGS & ITS EXPORT ESTIMATES (TONNES) US crude settled at US$49.71 a barrel, up COPPER USC/IBS CMX 2.8825 -0.0035
month high, and gained 3.2% for the week. SHIPMENT DAYS MAY17 JUN17 JUL17 67 US cents or 1.4%, and on the week gained GOLD US$/TROY OZ CMX 1,270.20 8.70
The market fell on a stronger ringgit, 1 - 10TH DAYS 359/347 367/367 381/360 nearly 9%, while brent crude futures settled PLATINUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 936.60 10.20
which saw quite a sharp increase last 1- 15TH DAYS 613/618 524/509 616/599
at US$52.52 a barrel, up 2% or US$1.03 a PALLADIUM US$/TROY OZ NYMEX 872.50 1.75
1 - 20TH DAYS 853/847 710/721 818/797
Thursday, said a trader. 1 - 25TH DAYS 1,007/1,007 996/986 1,044/1,017
barrel, after reaching a two-month high of SILVER USC/TROY OZ CMX 16.70 0.12
The ringgit, the currency of trade for the FULL MONTH US$52.68 a barrel earlier in the day. ALUMINIUM RMB/TON SHF 14,425 -85
1,310/1,306 1,210/1,190 /
ZINC RMB/TON SHF 23,005 -80
tropical oil, has gained 0.3% this month, and MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD US crude and gasoline inventories fell much
surged to its strongest in a month against the MAR17 APR17 MAY17 JUN17 more steeply than expected in the latest week, ENERGY
LIGHT CRUDE OIL US$/BBL NYMEX 49.71 0.67
US dollar last Thursday. Gains in the ringgit PRODUCTION 1,464 1,548 1,655 1,514 while US refineries processed an average of HEATING OIL USC/GAL NYMEX 1.6409 0.0338
typically make palm oil more expensive for EXPORT
STOCKS
1,554
1,266
1,283
1,600
1,506
1,558
1,379
1,527
almost 17.3 million barrels of crude per day NATURAL GAS US$/MMBTU NYMEX 2.981 -0.022
holders of foreign currencies. previous week, up 620,000 barrels per day BRENT CRUDE US$/BBL ICE 52.52 1.03
MPOB Palm oil physical
In other related oils, the October soybean from the same week in 2016. Reuters GAS OIL US$/TON ICE 485.00 9.75
oil contract on the Chicago Board of Trade (IN RM/TON) MAY17 JUN17 JUL17

was down 0.4%, while the September soybean CPO DELD


PK EX-MILL
2,552 NO TRADE
2,200 NO TRADE NO TRADE
NO TRADE Centrifuged Latex Rubber - Msia SMR 20
oil on the Dalian Commodity Exchange was CPKO DELD 4,654 4,632 NO TRADE Sen/Kg
Sen/Kg
down 0.8%. RBD P.OIL FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 1100 1900
The September palm olein contract fell RBD P.OLEIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE
502.00
0.6%. Palm oil prices are impacted by related RBD P. STEARIN FOB NO TRADE NO TRADE NO TRADE 900 (-8.00) 1475
edible oils, as they compete for a share in MPOB FFB REF PRICE (MILL GATE PRICE) 603.50
the global vegetable oils market. REGION GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C 700 1050
(-41.50)
OER (RM/TON) OER(RM/TON) OER (RM/TON)
Palm oil failed to break a resistance zone NORTH 20.00% 578 19.00% 553 18.00% 527
of RM2,675 to RM2,703 per tonne, and may SOUTH 20.00% 585 19.00% 559 18.00% 533
500 625
hover below RM2,675 for a while before CENTRAL 20.00% 579 19.00% 553 18.00% 527
rising again, according to an analyst. EAST COAST 20.00% 582 19.00% 556 18.00% 530 300 200
SABAH 22.00% 564 21.00% 540 20.00% 517 Jan 7, 2007 Jul 28, 2017 Jan 7, 2007 Jul 28, 2017
Reuters SARAWAK 22.00% 571 21.00% 547 20.00% 523
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KLCI 1,767.08 2.99 FBM ACE 6,616.64 54.94 FTSTI 3,330.75 23.96 NIKKEI 19,959.84 119.80 HANG SENG 26,979.39 151.78 DOW JONES 21,830.31 33.76

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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 AT 111,888.6 UNCH UNCH 0.040 0.00
('000) (%) (RM) (RM) (RM) (RM) CIMB 60,280.2 0.050 0.76 6.640 14.72 3.03
Index point
1773.0 AT 111,889 0.00 0.000 0.040 0.045 0.035 MLAB 57,519.3 -0.015 -8.82 0.155 0.00
1772.3 CIMB 60,280 0.76 0.050 6.640 6.730 6.570 BORNOIL 38,704.0 UNCH UNCH 0.105 11.41 0.00
1771.6 AHB 37,577 -17.81 -0.065 0.300 0.350 0.275 AHB 37,577.1 -0.065 -17.81 0.300 104.29 0.00
1770.9 MRCB-WA 20,787 -9.52 -0.010 0.095 0.105 0.095 TALAMT 29,731.3 -0.005 -9.09 0.050 0.00
1770.2 AHB-WB 19,647 -23.53 -0.060 0.195 0.245 0.175 HUBLINE 29,603.2 UNCH UNCH 0.060 0.00
KL Composite Index 1,767.50 COMFORT 15,982 5.08 0.045 0.930 0.935 0.890 AEMULUS 25,795.5 0.035 5.30 0.695 173.68 0.00
1769.5 (-4.00) KARYON 14,636 7.41 0.020 0.290 0.295 0.270 MRCB-WA 20,787.0 -0.010 -9.52 0.095 0.00
1768.8
EVERGRN 11,950 0.56 0.005 0.900 0.920 0.895 AHB-WB 19,647.1 -0.060 -23.53 0.195 0.00
1768.1 MEXTER 11,514 6.90 0.020 0.310 0.320 0.290 DNEX-WD 18,407.1 -0.005 -1.67 0.295 0.00
1767.4 MEXTER-WA 10,183 16.67 0.025 0.175 0.180 0.150 VIVOCOM-WB 16,911.3 UNCH UNCH 0.055 0.00
KLCI futures
1766.7 1,767.08 ATTA-LA 8,059 0.00 0.000 0.160 0.170 0.155 MPAY 16,574.6 -0.005 -1.75 0.280 0.00
(-2.99)
1766.0 HENGYUAN 7,832 8.49 0.540 6.900 7.020 6.370 COMFORT 15,982.3 0.045 5.08 0.930 10.17 0.00
8:45 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:45 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:15
PMETAL 6,526 1.47 0.040 2.770 2.800 2.740 DNEX 15,266.6 UNCH UNCH 0.590 4.11 0.85
SEACERA 6,474 4.29 0.060 1.460 1.470 1.390 KRONO 14,979.7 0.020 2.90 0.710 21.77 0.00
Daily FBM KLCI TMCLIFE-WB 6,122 9.09 0.015 0.180 0.185 0.170 KARYON 14,635.8 0.020 7.41 0.290 25.47 0.00
TFP-WA 5,175 27.78 0.025 0.115 0.125 0.085 TECFAST 13,497.7 -0.035 -4.29 0.780 36.88 0.61
KL Composite Index Moving average - 20-day FRONTKN 13,296.7 -0.010 -2.60 0.375 15.28 0.00
Table above is from Reuters Volume break 3x 5-day average volume, meaning the total number of shares
2030.0 1,767.08 traded for a particular counter on the previous trading day is more than triple the average volume for the
ANZO 12,181.2 0.005 4.76 0.110 0.00
(-2.99)
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

1,760.91 UP
1425.0 Sentiment on Bursa Malaysia hit CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)
DOWN
CLOSE
CHANGE
(RM)

1122.5
by fall in US tech stocks UTDPLT
AJI
27.800
25.680
0.600
0.560
DLADY
NHFATT
58.600
3.940
-0.400
-0.400
HENGYUAN 6.900 0.540 YTL-C11 0.075 -0.295
PETRONM 8.850 0.350 AEONCR 13.700 -0.260
820.0 KUALA LUMPUR: The recent selling on US tech stocks ELSOFT 2.800 0.210 NESTLE 83.920 -0.240
Jan 2, 2008 Jul 28, 2017 has dampened the market sentiment on Bursa Malaysia. INARI-WA 2.500 0.200 BAT 44.180 -0.220
Nonetheless, the recovery on crude oil prices has triggered CMSB 3.890 0.200 HCK 5.680 -0.200
900
interest in selected oil and gas stocks that have been battered GKENT 4.420 0.200 ALLIANZ 14.660 -0.180
down of late. MAGNI 7.570 0.180 TASEK 12.840 -0.160
600
BKAWAN 19.100 0.160 ULICORP 4.080 -0.160
The benchmark FBM KLCI dropped 2.99 points to
PENTA 4.270 0.160 HAPSENG 9.010 -0.140
300
1,767.08 points last Friday. For the week, the FBM KLCI, SUPERLN 2.600 0.150 SAM 8.200 -0.140
0
however, gained 0.45% from 1,759.16 last week.
Volume (mil) Trading volume across the board was slightly higher last Top gainers and losers (ranked by percentage)
Friday at 1.64 billion shares worth RM2.203 billion compared
with 1.59 billion shares worth RM1.97 billion yesterday. UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
Head of Research at Inter-Pacific Research Sdn Bhd Pong
FBM KLCI futures Teng Siew said buying interest in the local bourse was not XINGHE-WA 0.010 100.00 YTL-C11 0.075 -79.73

CONTRACT SETTLEMENT CHANGE HIGH LOW


strong as market sentiment was affected by the decline in TM-C14 0.010 100.00 FGV-C37 0.090 -57.14
HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 LCTITAN-CG 0.045 -52.63
JUL 17 1,767.50 -4.00 1,771.50 1,766.50 US tech stocks, which created uncertainties ahead. SEM-CF 0.035 40.00 MAGNUM-C2 0.085 -43.33
AUG 17 1,768.50 -2.50 1,771.00 1,765.50 Investor confidence was lowered and buying volume thinned CMSB-C5 0.020 33.33 EWINT-CD 0.030 -40.00
SEP 17 1,769.50 -2.50 1,770.50 1,766.50
[last Friday] after the weak performance of tech counters, as usually MEDAINC-WA 0.100 33.33 INARI-C3 0.155 -35.42
local retail investors look to tech stocks for inspiration, said Pong. TFP-WA 0.115 27.78 KGROUP-WA 0.010 -33.33
FBM KLCI sensitivity* However, there are pockets of interest such as in oil IRETEX-LA 0.025 25.00 FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -33.33

KLCI CHANGE CLOSE VOLUME and gas stocks, which are most likely riding on the recent HWGB-WD 0.025 25.00 DPS-WA 0.010 -33.33
POINTS (RM) (RM) ('000) TM-C17 0.080 23.08 PMETAL-CS 0.100 -33.33
CIMB GROUP 0.75 0.050 6.640 60280.2
improvement in oil prices, he added. SANICHI-WD 0.030 20.00 VS-CQ 0.105 -30.00
MAXIS 0.39 0.030 5.620 7848.4 He added that oil and gas counters might see more activity in PETRONM-CC 0.240 20.00 LBS-CA 0.055 -26.67
TELEKOM MALAYSIA 0.37 0.060 6.330 2149.8 the near term should the current uptrend on the crude oil prices
DIGI.COM 0.26 0.020 4.800 2915.0 continue. Top gainers and losers - warrants (ranked by percentage)
PUBLIC BANK 0.26 0.040 20.540 7019.3 In Asian markets, Nikkei 225 dropped 0.6% to 19,959.84
HONG LEONG FINANCE -0.15 -0.080 17.000 80.0 UP CHANGE DOWN CHANGE
WESTPORTS HOLDINGS -0.17 -0.030 3.670 331.7
and Hong Kong Hang Seng Index dropped 0.56% to 26,979.39. CLOSE (%) CLOSE (%)
YTL CORPORATION -0.18 -0.010 1.410 6554.9 Anette Appaduray XINGHE-WA 0.010 100.00 YTL-C11 0.075 -79.73
AMMB HOLDINGS -0.25 -0.050 4.940 2011.8
World equity indices TM-C14 0.010 100.00 FGV-C37 0.090 -57.14
RHB BANK -0.40 -0.060 5.030 349.4 HUBLINE-WA 0.015 50.00 LCTITAN-CG 0.045 -52.63
SIME DARBY -0.45 -0.040 9.500 11732.9 CLOSE CHANGE CLOSE CHANGE SEM-CF 0.035 40.00 MAGNUM-C2 0.085 -43.33
GENTING -0.50 -0.080 9.640 2783.1
DOW JONES 21,830.31 33.76 INDONESIA 5,831.03 11.28 CMSB-C5 0.020 33.33 EWINT-CD 0.030 -40.00
HAP SENG CONSOLIDATED -0.57 -0.140 9.010 156.0
S&P 500 2,472.10 -3.32 JAPAN 19,959.84 -119.80 MEDAINC-WA 0.100 33.33 INARI-C3 0.155 -35.42
TENAGA NASIONAL -0.75 -0.080 14.160 9194.5
NASDAQ 100 5,908.92 -8.11 KOREA 2,400.99 -42.25 TFP-WA 0.115 27.78 KGROUP-WA 0.010 -33.33
AXIATA GROUP -0.89 -0.060 4.630 3743.7
FTSE 100 7,368.37 -74.65 PHILIPPINES 8,071.47 25.69 IRETEX-LA 0.025 25.00 FBMKLCI-H2W 0.010 -33.33
GENTING MALAYSIA -1.17 -0.120 5.990 4282.8
AUSTRALIA 5,702.82 -82.19 SINGAPORE 3,330.75 -23.96 HWGB-WD 0.025 25.00 DPS-WA 0.010 -33.33
SUB-TOTAL -3.46
CHINA 3,253.24 3.46 TAIWAN 10,423.05 -85.32 TM-C17 0.080 23.08 PMETAL-CS 0.100 -33.33
OTHERS 0.47
HONG KONG 26,979.39 -151.78 THAILAND 1,581.06 -2.11 SANICHI-WD 0.030 20.00 VS-CQ 0.105 -30.00
GRAND TOTAL -2.99
INDIA 32,309.88 -73.42 VIETNAM 777.09 5.59 PETRONM-CC 0.240 20.00 LBS-CA 0.055 -26.67
* How stock price changes affected the index on the previous trading day

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