Company Overview and News


Add BATS
to your dashboard

Headline News

Bursa Malaysia snaps 3-day winning streak

16h themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 — Bursa Malaysia snapped a three-day winning streak to end in the red today, dampened by mild profit-taking in index-linked heavyweights. (14-0)

KL shares lower at mid-morning

18h themalaymailonline
At 11am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) stood at 1,754.18, down 4.82 points, from Thursday's close of 1,759.00. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 ― Share prices on Bursa Malaysia were lower at mid-morning today as traders remained on the sidelines amid mild profit-taking in heavyweight stocks.  (12-0)

Bursa lower at mid-day

18h themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 — Share prices on Bursa Malaysia finished the morning session lower as traders remained on the sidelines amid mild profit-taking in heavyweight stocks. (12-0)

KL shares end higher for third consecutive day

2017-12-14 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 14 — Bursa Malaysia continued its uptrend to close higher for the third consecutive day, bolstered by institutional fund buying of blue chips counters. (17-0)

Is Now The Time For Philip Morris To Take Out Altria?

2017-12-13 seekingalpha
Combining the two companies would lead to improved economics of scale, lower currency related risk (Philip Morris), lower dependence on a single market (Altria). (28-0)

UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Dec 13

2017-12-13 reuters
Dec 13 (Reuters) - Britain’s FTSE 100 futures up 0.02 percent ahead of the cash market open on Wednesday. (2-0)

'Heat-not-burn' tobacco may be safer but still a risk: UK panel - Channel NewsAsia

2017-12-12 channelnewsasia
LONDON: A new wave of "heat-not-burn" tobacco products are probably safer than traditional cigarettes but the devices still produce a number of potentially harmful compounds, some of which are carcinogenic, a British panel of experts said on Tuesday. (3-0)

"Heat-not-burn" tobacco may be safer but still a risk - UK panel

2017-12-12 reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - A new wave of “heat-not-burn” tobacco products are probably safer than traditional cigarettes but the devices still produce a number of potentially harmful compounds, some of which are carcinogenic, a British panel of experts said on Tuesday. (3-0)

Foreign investors remain in buying mode on Bursa

2017-12-11 thestar.com.my
KUALA LUMPUR: Global funds continued to make their way to Malaysian shores for the third consecutive week, according to MIDF Research. (7-0)

Farmers fight back

2017-12-09 philstar
Sen. Manny Pacquiao is about to face what could probably be one of his toughest fights. (2-0)

Retirement Security: Confessions Of A Serial Stock Predator

2017-12-09 seekingalpha
Subscribers to "Retirement: One Dividend At A Time" got an early look at this material via free instant text message trade alert and email alert. (96-0)

MNCs losing their lustre

2017-12-09 thestar.com.my
LISTED multinational companies (MNCs) on the Malaysian market have long been the darling of investors for two major reasons – low-risk nature and decent dividend yields. (9-0)

Tweedy, Browne Fund 2017 Semi-Annual Letter

2017-12-05 seekingalpha
Neither the vengeance of Mother Nature, North Korea's threats of nuclear retaliation, an increasingly fractious political environment both at home and abroad, a rising terrorism threat, nor the prospects for coordinated monetary tightening by central banks in the US, the UK, and Europe were enough to shake investor conviction over the last several quarters. Global equity markets continued their advance unabated. (400-0)

How Philip Morris and Altria Group Performed in 3Q17

2017-12-04 marketrealist
With both Philip Morris International (PM) and Altria Group (MO) having posted their 3Q17 earnings, it’s time to compare them. In this series, we will look at 3Q17 revenues, margins, and EPS (earnings per share) of Philip Morris and Altria Group. (8-0)

Can Altria's Efforts Offer Respite From Weak Smokeable Unit?

2017-11-29 zacks
Altria Group Inc’s (MO - Free Report) shares have lost 11.5% in the past six months, faring slightly better than the industry’s decline of 12.5%. Persistent weakness in the smokeable segment has been denting investors’ optimism on the stock. (30-0)