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Pharmaniaga

3 Reasons Why You Should Like Pharmaniaga

We have covered Pharmaceutical plays before. This week, we look at one that is one of the largest integrated local healthcare companies in Malaysia; Pharmaniaga.

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 05 May 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    Deleum: Why This Market Leader With 70% High-Quality Income Is On Analysts’ Radar

    Deleum was not spared from the sell-off in oil stocks. Yet, there was no noticeable damage to the firm, which went on to post record earnings. Does this represent an opportune time to invest?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 28 April 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Maxis: Is A Payout Ratio Above 100% Sustainable?

    With a dividend payout ratio of more than 100% between FY10 and FY14, where does Maxis generate the extra cash from? Is such a move sustainable in the long run?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 21 April 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Berjaya Food

    Berjaya Food Returns 86% In A Year, Is There Any Steam Left?

    Double-digit year-over-year gains since 2011 listing. Is it to be too expensive to make an entry or will investors miss the boat again?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 31 March 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Freight3

    3 Takeways From Freight Management Holdings

    The growing prevalence of online shopping is set to spur demand for speedy, efficient and safe delivery services. Freight Management Holdings is a one-stop logistics provider in Malaysia with a light-asset business model, so how is the company performing?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 24 March 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    3 Takeaways From Innity Corporation

    Innity Corporation owns a digital media network under the name of Innity Network, which provides a suite of online marketing solutions, from a host of digital advertising solutions to solutions that allow real-time bidding, for advertisers and publishers.

  • Peter Ng
  • 17 March 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    More Than 35% Market Share In Malaysia; Revealing The OldTown Magic

    OldTown is currently in our crosshairs as we see it ranking the highest in terms of ROE against Berjaya Food and Super Group. Oh and did we mention about its more than 35% market share strength?

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 10 March 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    AWC: Cash 90% Of Market Capitalisation

    Cash is king. AWC’s cash pile accounts for nearly 90% of its market capitalisation. Good or bad?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 03 March 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Parkson Holdings: Attractive Valuations At 10X PE?

    Faced with macro and micro headwinds, it is up to Parkson Holdings to show if they can adapt to the changing retail landscape. Is 10X PE on an ex-cash basis attractive enough?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 24 February 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    JobStreet Corporation: Why It Sold 89% Of Its Net Profit Source

    Most folks would have probably come across the JobStreet.com platform during their quest of job searching which was founded by JobStreet Corporation. According to JobStreet Corp, it is one of the leading providers of online recruitment services in Southeast Asia (SEA) with an established presence in Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia. The platform houses a [...]

  • Peter Ng
  • 17 February 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Growing With The Market Giant; 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings

    Operating within the standalone convenience store segment of the broader retail sector, 7-11 commands more than 80 percent market share in Malaysia

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 10 February 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Dutch Lady Milk Industries: Milking The RM3b Cash Cow

    Milk is an excellent source of nutrients and makes a significant contribution to meeting the body’s needs. Does the inclusion of a milk producer in a portfolio give the same results?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 06 February 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    BAT6

    British American Tobacco (Malaysia): 98% Payout Ratio, A Good Dividend Play?

    Blue chip? Checked. High payout ratio? Checked. British American Tobacco (Malaysia) is a firm that has operated in Malaysia for more than a century, with the management committed to keep dividend payout above 90%, does the stock make a give dividend play for investors?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 27 January 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia: Is 19.2X PE Expensive?

    Funds and institutions are fretting away from alcohol companies before the introduction of further duties on alcohol by the Malaysian government. Are they worth a closer look?

  • Peter Ng
  • 20 January 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Nestle: 4 Main Reasons Why it Will Be Still Be A Value Stock

    What do you say to a company that has 40% market share, has a consistent 60% and above ROE, and a dividend increase of some 143% from 2007 to 2013? We say we want to look at it. Now.

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 13 January 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Winners And Losers Of Malaysia Stocks In 2014

    As we set foot into 2015, it is a good time for us to review what has happened in the past 12 months for the Malaysia stock market. Who are the winners and losers?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 06 January 2015
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Perspective
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    4 Investment Takeaways On Manulife Holdings

    Rising healthcare costs and awareness for the need for insurance has made insurance companies a defensive and lucrative business. But in such a competitive industry, how does Manulife fair?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 30 December 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Syarikat Takaful Malaysia: Is 7.7% Yield Sustainable?

    Traditionally, insurance companies pay out yields that are no larger than 2 or 3%, what if you are offered one which pays out more than twice of this amount?

  • Peter Ng
  • 23 December 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    KAREX BERHAD / PONTIAN

    21.6% Upside Potential For Karex Not Impossible

    When there’s a chance to look at the world’s largest condom manufacturer with a market share of some 10 percent globally at a reasonable price, we definitely pay attention. That’s why it is our 2nd stock we’ve picked for 2015. Have a closer look at this super strong stock with extremely hard moats. #SharesInvestmentStockPicks2015

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 16 December 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    3 Investment Nuggets On Bonia Corp

    Did you know Braun Buffel is owned by Bonia too? This quality leather goods maker has taken a hit of more than 40% in share price this year. Fundamentals still look very strong to us. Find out why we think this leather goods maker is here to stay.

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 09 December 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    B6711

    Why Is OSK Still Cheap After A 35% YTD Gain?

    What are the upcoming two catalysts for OSK that makes the company look undervalued even after a more than 30% year-to-date gain?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 02 December 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Harta3

    Hartalega: 17% Rebound From Year Low, What’s Next?

    At 45,000 pieces/hour/line, Hartalega boasts the fastest nitrile glove production line, but does this efficiency translate to a better bottom line?

  • Tan Jia Hui
  • 25 November 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    DiGi Telecommunications: 4% Annual Dividends Made Easy

    After Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought into one of America’s leading telecommunications provider, Verizon Communications, is this the time to get into telcos?

  • Peter Ng
  • 18 November 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Tenaga May Report 2012 Full-Year Loss on Higher Costs, CEO Says

    Tenaga Nasional Has Surged 41% In One Year, What’s Next?

    The largest electricity utility in Malaysia boasts 15 consecutive years of positive operating cash flows. Can it continue its impressive performance?

  • Shane Goh
  • 06 November 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Top-performer

    Who Are The Top Performers And Hot IPOs Of 1H14?

    What are the stocks that have been heating up the Malaysian stock market?

  • Brian Brinker
  • 30 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Perspective
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    1H14 Market Round-Up: What’s Happening In Malaysia?

    By and large, it’s been an exciting year for investors in Malaysia through the first two quarters where we saw the KLCI losing, and then winning.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 30 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Perspective
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    KLCI Hits New Highs; Will Bursa Malaysia Climb Higher?

    Bursa Malaysia turned in stellar performance as the KLCI hit all-time highs 26 times in 2013 and ended the year 10.5 percent above 2012’s index. Will it continue to benefit with the buoyant equity market?

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 23 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    3 Things You Should Know About Bursa Malaysia

    Bursa Malaysia has enjoyed strong growth in operating revenue over the last several years with a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10 percent from FY09 to FY13. In FY09, the company’s operating revenues came in at only RM297.8 million.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 23 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    3 Things You Should Know About Gamuda

    Gamuda has enjoyed strong revenue growth over the last five years. In FY09, the company pulled in RM2.7 billion and this revenue had grown to RM3.9 billion in FY13.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 16 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Gamuda Will Benefit From Malaysia’s Rising Infrastructure Investments

    As Asia embarks on its growth trajectory, the demand for better economic and social infrastructure has also expanded in tandem. Gamuda is one such beneficiary of such phenomenon.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 16 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    3 Things You Should Know About Malaysia Airports Holdings

    CIMB Research expects MAS to reduce its number of flights by up to 20 percent year-on-year in FY15. Coupled with the imperative of raising ticket prices, the house thinks that the fall in number of passengers will be greater.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 09 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    Will Malaysia Airports Holdings Fly to New Heights?

    The wait is finally over. Last month’s opening of the world’s largest air terminal dedicated to low-cost carriers, or known as KLIA2, showcased Malaysia’s undertaking to be a major hub for regional travel as well as to cater to increased tourist arrivals.

  • Brian Brinker
  • 09 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    The Multi-Utilities Sector In Asia: Hot Or Not?

    The multi-utilities sector is a hot sector to be in right now. Emerging countries, especially in Asia, are investing massive amounts in utilities. It’s the kind of money you can’t ignore.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 02 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    YTL PowerSeraya

    3 Things You Should Know About YTL Power International

    The last several years have been a period of strong growth for YTL Power. In FY09, the company brought in RM6.1 billion in revenue.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 02 June 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Is 20% Return A Thing Of The Past For Malaysia’s Top Retail REIT? (Part 2)

    In its latest 1Q14 results, Pavilion REIT raked in gross revenue of RM101.2 million, lifted by a 7 percent jump in rental income to RM83.1 million. Revenue from its retail segment was up 7.2 percent for the quarter, despite a 3.6 percent dip in office revenues.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 26 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Is 20% Return A Thing Of The Past For Malaysia’s Top Retail REIT? (Part 1)

    The Malaysian Real Estate Investment Trust (M-REIT) market grew substantially in 2013 with the listing of KLCC REIT in May last year, but can it continue doing so?

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 26 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Why The Smartphone Trend Is A Boom For Telcos Like Axiata (Part 2)

    At the moment, most research firms are giving Axiata a “Hold” rating, largely due to the uncertainty surrounding the recent merger of XL and Axis in Indonesia.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 19 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Could Smartphone Trends Boost The Saturated Telco Industry? (Part 1)

    Axiata Group is already one of Southeast Asia’s largest and most successful telecommunications companies. With mobile phone markets maturing, however, the company may struggle to sustain growth.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 19 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Bright Future

    Ta Ann: Planting The Seeds For A Bright Future (Part 1)

    Ta Ann Holdings, a major lumber company has emerged as a major player in the palm oil sector and could see some green years ahead for both of these industries underscored by strong global economic growth in 2014.

  • Nicholas Tan and Brian Brinker
  • 12 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    Ta Ann: Planting The Seeds For A Bright Future (Part 2)

    As a commodity producer, Ta Ann is subjected to global commodity price swings for palm oil and lumber. Both of these markets have been somewhat volatile in recent years.

  • Nicholas Tan and Brian Brinker
  • 12 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    IHH Healthcare: A Global Name In Medical Tourism (Part 2)

    IHH Healthcare’s revenues recorded a slight decline in FY13, dipping to RM6.8 billion from RM7 billion in FY12. Before tax profits actually recorded an even steeper decline.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 05 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    IHH Healthcare: A Global Name In Medical Tourism (Part 1)

    IHH Healthcare is now one of the world’s largest health care providers, with an impressive network of health care facilities spanning Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 05 May 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    UEM Sunrise: Expanding Footprint Around The World (Part 2)

    UEM Sunrise enjoyed strong revenue growth in FY13, with revenue expanding from RM1.9 billion in FY12 to RM2.4 billion in FY13. In FY09, the company’s revenues were only RM346.3 million, so the group has certainly enjoyed a productive few years.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 28 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    UEM Sunrise: Expanding Footprint Around The World (Part 1)

    UEM Sunrise is currently in the midst of an expansion across Malaysia, Southeast Asia, and even around the world. We look deeper into this company and see what financial muscles it is packing.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 28 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Sunway: Breaking New Horizons Or Facing Cloudy Days Ahead? (Part 2)

    As seen from how the macro factors are in line to benefit Sunway from the earlier piece (part 1), we now dive into the financial highlights and latest developments of Sunway. Financial Highlights For the financial year ending 31 December 2013, Sunway reported revenues of RM4.7 billion, up from a restated amount of RM4.1 billion [...]

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 21 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Corporate Digest
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    Sunway: Breaking New Horizons Or Facing Cloudy Days Ahead? (Part 1)

    With the Malaysian economy expected to grow at about 5% in 2014, what is in store for Sunway. the multi sector conglomerate that has a heavy focus in property development?

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 21 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Why Malaysia’s Most Valuable Banking Brand Should Be On Your Radar

    Actively involved in ASEAN markets like Malaysian, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore, CIMB looks set to advance and become the most valuable banking brand to take on growth from this region.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 14 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    What Are The Best Performing Stocks Of Malaysia In 1Q14?

    Yes. The first quarter has already ended, and it’s filled with full on volatility. Despite that, there will always be stocks that can still perform, and what are the best performing stocks for Malaysia in 1Q14?

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 07 April 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Perspective
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    How Maybank Is Cashing In On The Regional Growth

    Maybank, one of South East Asia’s largest financial services firms, is no stranger to Malaysia. This giant has seen solid financial growth, and key plans ahead for this giant, show immense opportunities.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 31 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    How Bumi Armada Is Riding The Boom In The FPSO Market

    As at 31 December 2013, Bumi Armada has a total order back log of RM22.1 billion, comprising of RM13.2 billion in firm contracts and RM8.9 billion in option extensions.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 24 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Dialog Group: Primed For Success Amid Surging Oil Industry

    The global oil industry is expected to grow in the years to come. With emerging markets generating increasing demand for oil, and already-developed countries still largely dependent on petroleum, demand for oil will remain high.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 17 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    20 “Buy” Recommendations On SapuraKencana

    SapuraKencana Petroleum is involved in a wide range of oil and gas services. The company is one of the most diversified operators within the sector and provides a host of services. As such, the company’s performance will be closely tied to the growth and performance of the oil and gas sector as a whole.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 10 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Kossan Projects 20-25% Bottom Line Growth For Next 3 Years

    Projecting a yearly earnings growth of between 20 and 25 percent from 2014 to 2016, Kossan is set to continue on its growth trajectory with an unbroken profit record for 17 years running as of 2013.

  • Ong Qiuying
  • 04 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, In the Spotlight
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    Why Kossan Is A “Buy” For Research Houses

    Kossan Rubber Industries specialises in the production of various rubber and latex products, especially as used in the health care industries, dentistry, and research.

  • Brian Brinker and Ong Qiuying
  • 03 March 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    RM1b Pre-Tax Target; MBS Open To Become A Full-Fledged Bank

    Malaysia Building Society provides a variety of financial services and is in a good position to take advantage of Malaysia’s growing finance sector.

  • Brian Brinker, Daxx Chong, and Ong Qiuying
  • 24 February 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Why Durex’s Manufacturer Is Expected To Experience Further Growth; Karex

    Karex Berhad is well-positioned to take advantage of the world’s rising demand for condoms. The global condom industry is expected to grow at a steady rate in the years to come. In fact, global condom sales have risen by 7 percent for the last several years. In 2012, global condom market was 22.8 billion pieces.

  • Ong Qiuying and Brian Brinker
  • 17 February 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    UMW OG’s Shares Up 58.2% Since Debut; Aims To Double Revenue In 5 Years

    Over the next five years, UMW Oil & Gas Corporation will be preparing to move towards deepwater activities, which is its ultimate target.

  • Ong Qiuying and Brian Brinker
  • 10 February 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Resilience In Play; KLCI To Hit 1,940 By End-2014

    The Malaysian economy is moving into a new era, based on consumption driven growth and shifting towards domestic demand, supported by its growing middle class group that are driven to create wealth.

  • Ong Qiuying and Daxx Chong
  • 03 February 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Perspective
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    Astro Malaysia: Broadcasting Strong Growth Well Into The Future

    Astro Malaysia has enjoyed strong growth in subscribers over the last few years and should be able to maintain growth through 2014. Most brokerage firms are advising investors to either hold or buy Astro.

  • Brian Brinker
  • 27 January 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    MBM Resources: Gearing Up For Growth

    The automotive sector under the consumer services industry is set to see another good year despite challenging times on top of the estimated 3.2 percent year-on-year growth in 2013.

  • Ong Qiuying
  • 20 January 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Bright Spots In Malaysia’s Consumer Industry: Genting Malaysia

    Both Maybank Investment Bank and Hong Leong Investment Bank are “Overweight” in the gaming arena, highlighting Genting Malaysia with the best starting hand this year.

  • Ong Qiuying
  • 13 January 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Corporate Digest
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    Malaysia: Asia’s Overlooked Emerging Market

    Across the causeway, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Index (FBM EMAS) generated a positive 12.4 percent capital gain for 2013, compared to a negative 2 percent return in the FTSE ASEAN Index, bolstered by political stability after the conclusion of an election during the year.

  • Shane Goh
  • 06 January 2014
  • Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia Perspective
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