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Malaysia’s top 40 richest people

LAST year was dotted by the return of higher commodity prices and better economic growth. The world’s economies on average are back in business as growth rates and trade have started to improve once again after some period of uncertainty caused by a cooling China economy and also the slump in global crude oil prices. (145-1)

Bursa opens higher

2018-01-29 themalaymailonline
Bursa Malaysia’s heavyweights, Maybank and TNB advanced eight sen each to RM10.16 and RM15.92 respectively, Sime Darby rose three sen to RM2.99, Axiata gained seven sen to RM5.69, CIMB was flat at RM7.06 and Press Metal fell two sen to RM5.71. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 29 — Bursa Malaysia opened higher today in line with regional peers  and the stronger closing on Wall Street on last Friday. (14-0)

Tenaga, Press Metal edge higher early Friday


Axiata 'buy', Press Metal 'buy', LBS Bina 'outperform', CB Industrial 'outperform'

AMINVESTMENT Bank Research is maintaining its “buy” call on the company, with an unchanged sum-of-parts-based fair value of RM6.30 per share, on expectations of a value-enhancing re-merger with TM, which could reduce the valuation differential with its peers and re-energise its earnings prospects. (1-0)

Strong ringgit, strong fundamentals

2018-01-05 themalaymailonline
Malaysia continues to rake in good economic numbers, bolstered by rising oil prices, with analysts and international organisations agreeing that GDP growth will trend above the five per cent level. — Picture by Ahmad ZamzahuriKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 6 — The strengthening of the ringgit against the US dollar to break the psychologically significant 4.0 level to US$3.99 — a 16-year high — is testimony to the strength of the Malaysian economy. (15-0)

Bursa ends morning session firmer

2018-01-05 themalaymailonline
At 12.30pm, the key FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 10.6 points higher at 1,814.05 from yesterday’s close of 1,803.45. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — Persistent buying momentum lent support towards Bursa Malaysia ending the morning session firmer, with the composite index (CI) staying above the 1,800-level throughout the session and amid a stronger ringgit, dealers said. (14-0)

Bull run sees Bursa close higher

2018-01-05 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — The bull run on Bursa Malaysia continued today, pushing the Composite Index (CI) to end at an intra-day high of 1,817.97, while driven by persistent buying momentum across the board, dealers said. (9-0)

The RM10bil club

Major players: Small in number as they are, the ‘RM10bil market capitalisation’ club controls nearly 65 of Bursa Malaysia’s total market cap of RM1.89 trillion. (22-0)

Bursa ends morning session broadly lower

2017-12-05 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 5 — Bursa Malaysia ended the morning session broadly lower today on weaker buying sentiment in the overall market. (15-0)

Bursa Malaysia closes lower on weak sentiment

2017-11-30 themalaymailonline
The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) finished at 1,717.86, down 2.52 points from yesterday’s close of 1,720.38. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Nov 30 ― Share prices on Bursa Malaysia ended November lower in sync with its regional peers as weak market sentiment curbed investors’ risk appetite for buying and ahead of long weekend, dealers said. (14-0)

Trading ideas: IJM, Gabungan AQRS, Hock Seng Lee, Sime Darby

KUALA lUMPUR: IJM Corp Bhd , Gabungan AQRS Bhd , Hock Seng Lee and Sime Darby are among the stocks to watch on Wednesday, according to JF Apex Research. (7-0)

Bursa ends lower on continuous sell-off

2017-11-16 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 16 — Bursa Malaysia closed in the negative territory today on a continuous sell-off on most counters, as market sentiment was cautious ahead of the release of the third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) results tomorrow. (12-0)

MSCI adds Nestle, Press Metal, SP Setia to Malaysia Index

KUALA LUMPUR: Nestle (Malaysia), Press Metal Aluminium and SP Setia have been included into MSCI Malaysia Index with effect from Nov 30, giving a boost to the companies as they will be under the radar of global fund managers. Under its November 2017 semi‐annual index review for the MSCI Equity Indexes, it said on Tuesday that under its MSCI Small Cap Index it had included Eco World International, George Kent, Hengyuan and Petron Malaysia . (2-1)

Grim tales of owner-driven companies

Far-sighted: Koon saw an opportunity in the Bakun Hydroelectric Dam project when others shied away from it. (9-0)

Sime trifecta on KLCI

Press Metal too has a good chance to be included in the component stocks of the FBM KLCI in the next semi-annual review that will be published on Nov 30. (34-1)