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29 September 2016
US markets rallied overnight following gains in oil prices after OPEC agreed to limit oil production. Earlier, European stocks climbed led by rebound in Deutsche Bank shares and gains in basic resources counters.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI was flat after adding 0.24 points to 1664.96 points. Following the bullish performance in the US led by oil prices, the FBM KLCI is expected to be positive and climb towards the resistance of 1675 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) SapuraKencana, the group's 2QFY17 net profit grew 8% yoy to RM112.27 million from a year earlier in the absence of oil and gas (O&G) property impairment provision and as operating income rose; b) DRB-Hicom, the group said that five candidates have been shortlisted as potential collaborator for its ailing subsidiary Proton Holdings Bhd. A final decision is expected to be made before the middle of next year; c) VS Industry, the group’s 4QFY16 net profit tumbled 79.2% yoy to RM10.94 million due to impairment losses; d) Yinson, the group's 2QFY17 net profit fell 23% yoy to RM60.3 million due to lower other operating income and higher administrative expenses; e) Gamuda, the group's 4QFY16 net profit remained largely flat at RM152.1 million compared with RM153.68 million a year ago, thanks to cost-savings recognised from the completion of MRT1.
28 September 2016
US markets climbed overnight after the presidential debate despite lower oil prices. Earlier, European stocks ended lower led by energy stocks and negative sentiment as Deutsche Bank hit a record low.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI lost 4.78 points to 1664.72 points. Following the mixed performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI is expected to trend sideways below the resistance of 1675 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) EcoWorld, the group’s 3QFY16 net profit was almost five times higher at RM44.58 million, compared with the RM9.39 million it recorded a year earlier thanks to higher sales from launched projects during the quarter; b) Superlon, the group's 1QFY17 net profit jumped 57% yoy to RM6.05 million due to favourable exchange rate movements, growth in margin from growth in sales volume, and lower material costs; c) Ranhill, the group has proposed to sell to Singapore-listed SIIC Environment Holdings Ltd a 60% stake in Ranhill Water (Hong Kong) Ltd (RWHK) for 273.9 million Renminbi (RM169.11 million); d) George Kent, the group’s 2QFY17 net profit soared 142% yoy to RM20.51 million underpinned by higher contributions from its engineering and metering divisions.
27 September 2016
US markets declined sharply overnight led by financial and healthcare counters as investors turned cautious ahead of OPEC meeting and US presidential debate. Similarly, European stocks dropped as investors monitor OPEC meeting in Algeria.

On the local market, the FBM KLCI lost 1.49 points to 1669.50 points. Following the negative performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI is expected to remain lackluster, trading below the resistance of 1675 points.

Stocks to watch include: a) UEM Edgenta, the group is proposing to acquire Asia Integrated Facility Solutions Pte Ltd, which indirectly owns UEMS Pte Ltd (UEMS), for S$185.9 million (RM563 million). UEMS provides facilities management services to the healthcare sector serving over 60 public and private hospitals, and 26,000 beds in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan; b) Sunway Construction, the group has scored a hat trick, bagging three projects with a combined total value of RM209 million and bringing its outstanding order book to date to RM5 billion; c) Pestech, the group said its joint venture (JV) with Fuji Electric Asia Pacific Pte Ltd has bagged a RM89.53 million contract from Sarawak Energy Bhd to develop a substation in Bintulu; d) Bina Puri, the group bagged a plant building project at Petroliam Nasional Bhd's Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (Rapid) in Pengerang, Johor worth RM18 million; e) DRB-Hicom, as the bid for the stake in its subsidiary, Proton is intensified with foreign carmakers such as PSA, Volkswagen and Geely are said to be participating in the process; f) Teck Guan, the group recorded a 144.78% yoy jump in 2QFY16 net profit thanks to higher selling prices for its palm oil products, favourable exchange rate, and an increase in sales volume; g) Poh Huat, the group’s 3QFY16 net profit fell 6.02% yoy to RM9.99 million, due to higher selling and distribution expenses as well as administrative expenses.
26 September 2016
US markets ended lower on Friday led by energy counters after oil prices declined. Similarly, European stocks were negative after slower manufacturing data.

On the local bourse, the FBM KLCI added 1.33 points to 1670.99 points. Following the bearish performance in the US and Europe, the FBM KLCI could take a breather and trend below the resistance of 1675 points after last week's rebound.

Stocks to watch include: a) Pestech, its JV consortium has won a contract to install three substations for Severelectro JSC under an electricity supply accountability and reliability improvement project (ESARIP) for US$8.46 million (RM34.75 million); b) WZ Satu, the group has aborted its RM368 million proposed acquisition of Sistem Lingkaran-Lebuhraya Kajang Sdn Bhd (Silk), the operator of the Kajang Silk Highway, from SILK Holdings Bhd; c) NTPM, the group's 1QFY17 net profit fell by 27.4% yoy to RM9.38 million due to higher energy and labour cost from its fledgling tissue operation in Vietnam; d) Kian Joo, the group and Togo (Hong Kong) Industries Ltd have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to manufacture and distribute aluminium cans and bottles; e) Yee Lee, the group has secured the distribution rights of Japanese soft drink brand Suntory beverage for three years in Peninsular Malaysia; f) Affin, the group said that it has applied with Bank Negara Malaysia for an extension of time for negotiations to purchase a 16% stake in AXA Affin General Insurance Bhd from Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV).
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