US markets declined overnight following lower energy counters and mixed economic data on manufacturing and employment. Earlier, European stocks tumbled following disappointment in corporate earnings and decline in mining counters.
On the local market, the FBM KLCI gained 6.14 points to 1657.58 points after rebounding from an intra-day low of 1636.05 points to buck regional trend. Following the bearish global markets, the FBM KLCI is expected to remain lackluster with support at 1620 points. Market direction could be influenced by China's services PMI and Australia's trade data.
Stocks in the news are: a) Sumatec Resources, the group and Singapore-listed Hoe Leong Corp Ltd will own shipping-based special purpose vehicle (SPV) Semua Shipping Sdn Bhd (SSSB), which will then be sold to R&A Telecommunication Group Bhd in exchange for new R&A shares; b) MAA, the group is selling its 75%-owned subsidiary, MAA Takaful Bhd, to Zurich Insurance Co Ltd for RM393.75 million cash. Upon completion of the disposal, the board is proposing to declare an interim special dividend of 35 sen per MAA Group share; c) F&N, the group’s 2QFY16 net profit rose 28.5% yoy to RM90.57 million, on higher sales and better product mix; d) Daibochi, the group’s 1QFY16 net profit grew 5.2% yoy to RM6.51 million due to an increase in export sales, especially from a Thailand customer in line with its marketing campaign.
04 May 2016
US markets tumbled about 1% following weaker-than-expected Chinese PMI data sparked concerns on global economic growth. Similarly, European stocks declined sharply after disappointing earnings from banks.
On the local market, the FBM KLCI plunged 21.28 points to 1651.44 points to extend its selldown. Following the bearish sentiment globally, the FBM KLCI could decline further on foreign selling with support at 1620 points.
Stocks in the news are: a) Press Metal, the group's 1QFY16 net profit more than doubled to RM94.56 million on yearly basis on higher production output, lower finance cost and insurance claims; b) Ho Hup, the group has won a RM58 million subcontract to undertake structure and bridge works for part of the West Coast Expressway, in Perak; c) Hartalega, the group's 4QFY16 net profit gained 12.3% yoy to RM61.72 million, driven by its continued capacity expansion; d) Kimlun, the group has won a construction contract worth RM165.82 million to build affordable apartments in Selangor; e) FGV, the group has confirmed that it has decided to withdraw its Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) principles and criteria certificates at its 58 complexes or palm oil mills nationwide, beginning today; f) Hibiscus Petroleum, the group has terminated its proposed acquisition of Australia-based Hydra Energy Holdings Pty Ltd (HEH) due to the non-fulfillment of certain conditions precedent.
3 May 2016
US markets rallied overnight as equities rebounded from last week's slump as the dollar weakened. Earlier, European stocks closed slightly lower following lower oil prices and decline in Italian banking counters.
Last Friday, the FBM KLCI ended 2.04 points lower at 1672.72 points after recovering from an intra-day low of 1660.92 points with a last-minute spike. Following the gains in Wall Street, the FBM KLCI could stage a rebound after testing the 200-day moving average.
Stocks in the news are: a) Selangor Dredging, the group is venturing into the energy efficient industry by marketing environmental-friendly products and solutions; b) S P Setia, the group is purchasing its fifth land in Melbourne, Australia, for A$101 million (RM300.78 million), for a mixed development worth A$640 million (RM1.905 billion); c) Aeon Co, the group has aborted its RM36.02 million land acquisition deal in Kedah today, and is seeking a refund amounting to RM6.48 million; d) Texchem Resources, the group swung into red with a net loss of RM2.21 million in its 1QFY16 due to foreign exchange loss and dismal performance across all business segments; e) CIMB, the group’s Indonesian unit, PT Bank CIMB Niaga’s 1QFY16 net profit jumped 3.2 times yoy to 268.68 billion rupiah, mainly due to lower impairment of loans and increased non-interest income; f) Felda Global Ventures, the group is said to be considering a withdrawal of its Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) principles and criteria certificates, based on a media report; g) Bina Puri, according to the media report, the group in partnership with Prasarana Malaysia Bhd, is likely to win the RM1 billion contract to build the bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Kota Kinabalu.
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