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PetGas down on earnings risk

The subsidiary of Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas), which slid 52 sen to RM18.36, also emerged as the fourth biggest loser on Bursa Malaysia yesterday. (16-0)

Petronas Gas slides to low of RM18.14


PetGas 2019 earnings seen at risk from TPA

2018-01-16 themalaymailonline
Workers arrange refilled Petronas gas cylinders at a shop in Ampang, Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2016. ― AFP picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 16 — CIMB IB Research maintained its “hold” rating on Petronas Gas Bhd (PetGas) at RM18.90 with an unchanged target price of RM19.40 after the firm announced that the Third Party Access (TPA) system would implemented from today. (7-0)

Petronas Gas remains a hold at CIMB Research


Bursa higher at mid-afternoon

2018-01-12 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 12 — Bursa Malaysia continued its upward momentum at mid-afternoon, lifted by gains in selected heavyweights led by Nestle and Petronas Gas, dealers said. (15-0)

Bursa rally continues

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian stocks continued to rally on sustained buying interest, driven by an upcoming general election (GE) in the country and the strengthening of the ringgit. (18-0)

Bursa Malaysia ends sharply higher on bullish external sentiment

2018-01-08 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — The bull run continued on Bursa Malaysia with the key index sharply higher today buoyed by bullish external factors, dealers said. (12-0)

SE Asia stocks rise; Thailand hits record high

2018-01-08 themalaymailonline
Singapore climbed to its highest in nearly 32 months, driven by financial and industrial stocks. — Reuters picBENGALURU, Jan 8 — Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose today, mirroring gains on Wall Street last week and as expectations of higher corporate earnings buoyed sentiment, with Thailand hitting a record high. (10-0)

Bursa ends higher on buying sentiment

2018-01-03 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — Share prices on Bursa Malaysia closed broadly higher today, boosted by renewed buying support seen across the board in tandem with the better showing on regional peers. (13-0)

Bursa firmer in afternoon trading

2018-01-03 themalaymailonline
The overall market breadth was bullish with 711 losers against 300 gainers, while 342 counters were unchanged, 458 untraded and 19 others suspended. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — Bursa Malaysia resumed the afternoon session higher across the board, extending earlier gains on persistent buying momentum with the benchmark Composite Index (CI) moving above the 1,790 level. (18-0)

Association: Competitive pricing of LNG likely by 2019

Secretary-general Rosman Ham-zah said the TPA, introduced in January 2017, was aimed at opening the gas supply market to third parties including foreign companies, to sell gas to any consumer in Malaysia on a willing buyer-willing seller basis. (7-0)

Continued investments depict Linde Malaysia’s strong commitment

2017-12-27 scmp
State-of-the-art industrial gases cylinder filling plant in Banting, Selangor, is the first of its kind in Asean region (5-0)

Petronas Gas, Petronas Chemical lift KLCI


KLCI follows key Asian markets lower, banks mixed

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed off Friday's low on some buying support for banks including Maybank, RHB Bank and Ambank while all key Asian markets closed lower, led by China. At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 5.93 points or 0.34% to 1,753.07. Turnover was 2.34 billion shares valued at RM3.51bil. There were 365 gainers, 450 losers and 460 counters unchanged  Analysts expected some investors to take money off the table after the 21 points jump on Thursday. (25-0)

KLCI moves higher in early trade

KUALA LUMPUR: The local bourse opened in positive territory in early trade on Thursday in tandem with other regional markets after shaving off 6.51 points in the previous session. (5-0)