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27 July 2016
US markets ended mixed overnight amid quarterly results announcements and the Federal Reserve meeting. Earlier, European equities climbed on corporate results amid lower oil prices.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI dropped 6.84 points to 1661.42 points. Following the mixed performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI could remain sideways below the resistance of 1685 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) BAT, the group’s 2QFY16 net earnings tumbled 78% yoy caused by slump in sales volume as a result of 40% excise duty hike in last November; b) Country View, the group reported higher 2QFY16 net profit, soaring 54.4% yoy, due to more units sold and higher construction progress for its project in Taman Nusa Sentral, Iskandar Puteri; c) Globetronics, the group’s 2QFY16 net profit dived 64% yoy, as its Malaysia and Singapore segments saw lower sales coupled with forex loss; d) Yinson, the group has completed the disposal of its non-oil and gas (O&G) subsidiaries to Liannex Labuan Ltd, and has proposed a special dividend of up to RM160 million; e) Sasbadi, the group's 3QFY16 net profit rose by 23.4% yoy due to a double-digit growth in sales.
26 July 2016
US markets ended lower overnight led by energy counters after oil price fell to a three-month low. Earlier, European stocks were mixed as oil price declined below US$45/barrel.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI rose 10.84 points to 1668.26 points. Following the negative performance in the US, the FBM KLCI could decline to day with support at 1610 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) Bina Puri and Cahya Mata Sarawak, as the 30:70 JV consortium has won the development and upgrading of Pan Borneo Highway in Sarawak for a contract sum of RM1.36 billion; b) Scomi Engineering, as the law suit filed by the group’s unit Scomi Transit Projects Sdn Bhd (STP) against Prasarana Malaysia Bhd over Prasarana's termination of a contract between the two parties has been dismissed by the High Court; c) VS Industry, the group has bought a 20% stake in the maker of Diamond water filter NEP Holdings (Malaysia) Bhd's for RM60 million cash; d) Cycle & Carriage Bintang, the local distributor of Mercedes-Benz marquee, posted a 9.9% yoy drop in net profit for its 2QFY16, in line with the 10.5% drop in sales; e) ManagePay Systems, the group has received the licence to conduct domestic fund transfer activities among its e-Money users via its MPay Portal and MPay Wallet from the central bank; f) SapuraKencana, the group has been awarded a contract worth US$113 million (about RM461 million) in Mexico.
25 July 2016
US markets rose on Friday with the S&P hitting a record high after corporate results and positive manufacturing data. However, European stocks were mixed after UK's PMI declined to its lowest since March 2009.

On the local equity market, the FBM KLCI closed 0.12 points lower at 1657.42 points after recovering from an intra-day low of 1651.90 points. Following the mixed performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI could continue its resilient performance and trend sideways below the resistance of 1685 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) Pestech, the group is slated to establish an operation centre for East Malaysia and Brunei, with the acquisition of a Sarawak company for RM4.5 million; b) Wah Seong, the group has received another job from Norwegian’s Statoil ASA that is related to the Johan Sverdrup Export Pipeline project (JoSEPP), with the contract valued at US$18.23 million, or RM73.87 million; c) Bumi Armada, the group has formed a joint venture (JV) with Shapoorji Pallonji Oil and Gas Pte Ltd (SPOG) to combine the expertise of both companies to bid for works such as the design, fabrication and operations and maintenance of an floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel; d) PUC Founder , the group has cancelled its proposal to subscribe for three million Redeemable Convertible Preference Shares (RCPS) in Green Forever Energy Sdn Bhd (GFE) for RM3 million as GFE had failed to obtain the necessary approval from the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia for its Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) application in respect to the proposed 425 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic power plant; e) Ajiya, the group’s 2QFY16 net profit tumbled 84.1% yoy to RM973,000 due to weaker demand from the construction sector; f) TH Heavy, the group is believed close to securing RM700m contract to build at least two boats for the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency; g) FGV, the group confirms that it is no longer looking to acquire a stake in Indonesia’s PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk.
22 July 2016
US markets declined overnight and halted the DJIA's 9-day winning streak as oil price fell and investors turned cautious ahead of next week's Federal Reserve meeting. Earlier, European stocks were mixed after the European Central Bank kept interest rate unchanged.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI lost 12.07 points to 1657.54 points on foreign selling following the findings of US on 1MDB. Following the mixed performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI could hover below the resistance of 1685 points with support at 1610 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) CIMB, the group said its 93.71%-owned subsidiary CIMB Thai Bank PCL's second quarter net profit fell 82% yoy to 39.89 million baht (about RM4.8 million) on higher operating expenses and bad debt; b) Scomi Engineering, the group is seeking an arbitration to resolve its dispute with Prasarana Malaysia Bhd over the latter's decision to terminate Scomi in the KL Monorail extension project due to an alleged delay in train delivery; c) Pantech, the group's 1QFY17 net profit fell 11.34% yoy to RM8.1 million, on lower contribution from its manufacturing division that was affected by lower global demand from the oil and gas sector; d) Gadang, the group's 4QFY16 net profit climbed 20% yoy to RM30.5 million, on improved margins from construction activities and higher contributions from its property division.
18 July 2016
US markets rose for a fifth day to extend their record high levels after England's central bank hinted at looser monetary policy next month. Similarly, European equities climbed after Bank of England surprised investors by holding interest rates instead of cutting them.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI lost 5.61 points to 1654.78 points. Following the positive performance in the US and Europe, we expect the FBM KLCI to be buoyant but hover below the resistance of 1665 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) Amcorp Properties, the group plans to invest in a portfolio of real estate development and value-added projects in Madrid and other cities in Spain; b) Atlan Holdings, the group's 1QFY17 net profit rose 21.39% year-on-year to RM15.68 million as its revenue surged 24.3%. It also declared a first interim single tier ordinary dividend of 12.5 sen per share for FY17; c) Bintai Kinden, the group has clinched a RM17.98 million contract to provide electrical and extra-low voltage services to the construction of a logistic centre in Shah Alam; d) Spring Gallery, the company is planning to halve the par value of its existing ordinary shares of 50 sen each to reduce its accumulated losses.
15 July 2016
US markets rose for a fifth day to extend their record high levels after England's central bank hinted at looser monetary policy next month. Similarly, European equities climbed after Bank of England surprised investors by holding interest rates instead of cutting them.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI lost 5.61 points to 1654.78 points. Following the positive performance in the US and Europe, we expect the FBM KLCI to be buoyant but hover below the resistance of 1665 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) Amcorp Properties, the group plans to invest in a portfolio of real estate development and value-added projects in Madrid and other cities in Spain; b) Atlan Holdings, the group's 1QFY17 net profit rose 21.39% year-on-year to RM15.68 million as its revenue surged 24.3%. It also declared a first interim single tier ordinary dividend of 12.5 sen per share for FY17; c) Bintai Kinden, the group has clinched a RM17.98 million contract to provide electrical and extra-low voltage services to the construction of a logistic centre in Shah Alam; d) Spring Gallery, the company is planning to halve the par value of its existing ordinary shares of 50 sen each to reduce its accumulated losses.
27 June 2016
US markets plunged over 3% on Friday after Brexit caught investors by surprise. Similarly, European stocks nosedived after the UK voted to leave the EU.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI ended 5.93 points lower at 1634.05 points after a late surge lifted the index from an intra-day low of 1611.88 points. Following the bearish sentiment and uncertainty from Brexit, the FBM KLCI is expected to remain volatile with a bearish bias as immediate support is seen at 1610 points. The local market and currency could be under foreign selling pressure for this week with crude oil prices retreat from US$50/barrel.

Stocks to watch include: a) MyEG, after The Malaysian Competition Commission (MyCC) has decided to fine the group a total of RM2.27 million and possibly impose daily fines going forward, for “abusing its dominant position in the provision and management of online Foreign Workers Permit renewals; b) REDtone International, the group recorded a loss of RM23.53 million for the fourth quarter ended April 30, due to high project costs arising from prolonged delay in major projects, high impairment of trade receivables and impairment of goodwill and property, plant and equipment; c) Tadmax Resources, the group is no longer selling its 60-acre leasehold land in Pulau Indah in Klang, Selangor, to Inai Kiara Sdn Bhd for RM48.35 million, after the two decided to mutually terminate the deal.
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