US equities gained following better-than-expected economic data on manufacturing and construction. Meanwhile, European markets rose following new hopes of agreement between Greece and its lenders.
On the local market, the FBM KLCI jumped 21.32 points to 1727.96 points in a sharp rebound. Following the positive development in Greece, the KLCI could extend its rally and retest its resistance of 1730 points.
Stocks in the limelight are: a) IHH Healthcare, the group has received its business license from the Shanghai Administration for Industry and Commerce to set up a "sino-foreign" equity company for the provision of medical and health-related facilities and services in China; b) MMC, the group has clarified to Bursa Malaysia today that it has not approached Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (KWAP) to acquire the latter’s interest in NCB Holdings Bhd; c) Lii Hen, the group has proposed a bonus issue of 30 million new shares on a one-for-two basis and a proposed share split; d) Time Dotcom, the group has declared a special interim single-tier dividend of 73.5 sen per share for FY15; e) Keladi Maju, the group announced that former IJM Corp Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Teh Kean Ming is appointed as the group's managing director.
1 June 2015
US markets ended slightly higher despite Greece's default on its IMF loan. Meanwhile, European equities extended their selldown as Greece failed to meet its repayment deadline.
Back home, the FBM KLCI jumped 14.72 points to 1706.64 points after a sharp rebound on local fund buying. Asian markets are expected to be mixed after Greece's bailout programme ended. We expect the local benchmark index to be positive today inspired by Fitch’s reaffirmation of Malaysia’s credit rating at ‘A-‘, revised outlook to ‘stable’ from ‘negative’. However, market still hover below the resistance of 1730 points, the level which it needs to beat in order to reverse the downtrend.
Stocks in the limelight are: a) UEM Sunrise, the group has signed a sale and purchase agreement with its major shareholder UEM Group Bhd to dispose of Imperia Building in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor, for RM137.8 million; b) Daya Materials, the group has been given greenlight by its shareholders for the acquisition of Siem Daya 1, a dynamic positioning class 2 offshore subsea construction vessel, for US$120 million cash; c) Yinson, the group’s 1QFY16 net profit fell 65.51% yoy to RM10.45 million on forex losses; d) George Kent, the group’s 1QFY16 net profit rose 53% yoy to RM9.87 million driven by lower cost at its water meter and construction divisions.
30 June 2015
US markets tumbled with the Dow and S&P erasing gains for the year as Greece approaches default. Similarly, European equities plunged on fears of Grexit and its capital control imposed.
On the local market, the FBM KLCI plummeted 18.55 points to 1691.92 points. After breaking the support of 1700 points, the next support is seen at 1665 points. Further slowdown is expected unless a last minute deal between Greece and its creditors is agreed.
Stocks in the limelight are: a) Hiap Teck, the group dipped into the red, reporting a net loss of RM5.2 million in its 3QFY15, as compared to net profit of RM13.57 million a year earlier; b) Kuantan Flour Mills, the group has proposed to undertake a par value reduction which will give rise to a credit of up to RM39.84 million, to eliminate its entire accumulated losses; c) Poh Huat, the group’s 2QFY15 net profit jumped 77% yoy to RM4.53 million mainly due to stronger contributions from its Vietnamese operations and the stronger US dollar, which boosted earnings at its Malaysian operations; d) Yinson, the group is exiting its logistics and trading business for RM228m as to focus on its burgeoning floating production storage and offloading (FSPO) business.
29 June 2015
US market ended mixed amid corporate earnings and concern on Greece's debt crisis. In contrast, European markets closed higher despite having no resolution in Greece's debt talks.
On the local market, the FBM KLCI declined 6.34 points to 1710.47 points. We expect further downside after Eurozone rejected Greece's request to extend the bailout programme beyond the 30th June deadline. Furthermore, the possibility of Fitch downgrade on the country’s sovereign rating also weigh down market sentiment.
Stocks in the limelight are: a) Prestariang, the group has received a two-year extension on its contract for the distribution and management of Microsoft software licenses to public higher education institutions in Malaysia, worth RM20 million; b) Subur Tiasa, the group’s 3QFY15 net profit fell 73.21% yoy mainly due to lower export sales volume and losses in its oil palm plantation segment; c) Fitters Diversified, the group has signed a 16-year Renewable Energy (RE) Power Purchase Agreement (REPPA) with Tenaga Nasional to sell electricity generated from its biogas facility in Baling, Kedah to the national power grid beginning February 2016; d) Mulpha Land, the group has proposed a bonus issue of 125.57 million shares, on a one-for-two basis; e) BAT, the group has increased its cigarette prices by 30 sen/pack after taking into account the cost of GST.
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