Friday, November 9, 2012

Chart - CME

Chart - AMEDIA - R1 40sen

Asia Stocks Head for Biggest Two-Day Loss in 3 Months on Greece

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Asia Stocks Head for Biggest Two-Day Loss in 3 Months on Greece
2012-11-09 00:36:20.975 GMT


By Yoshiaki Nohara and Jason Clenfield
Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell, with the regional
benchmark index headed for the biggest two-day loss in more than
three months, amid concerns European finance ministers may delay
Greece's bailout and President Barack Obama's re-election may
endanger U.S. tax breaks for investors.
Electronics maker Samsung Electronics Co., which gets 39
percent of its sales in America and Europe, dropped 1.3 percent
in Seoul. Fanuc Corp., a Japanese maker of factory robots that
depends on Asia for half of its revenue, lost 1.6 percent before
China reports data on inflation, industrial production and
retail sales. Nexon Co., a developer of online games, slumped 14
percent in Tokyo after cutting its profit forecast.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 0.6 percent to 121.07 as
of 9:28 a.m. in Tokyo before markets in Hong Kong and China
opened. About nine stocks dropped for each that gained on the
measure, which has declined 1.2 percent this week.
"Investors have just gotten nervous," said Shane Oliver,
Sydney-based head of investment strategy at AMP Capital
Investors Ltd., which has almost $100 billion under management.
"You've got residual concern about the U.S. fiscal cliff and
this delay in payments to Greece. The worries were there before.
It sounds a bit irrational, but that's the way markets often
work. Once they start going down, the falling momentum triggers
more selling."

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Chart - THHEAVY

Chart - EASTLND , R1 51sen

Chart - ILB

Chart - BENALEC

Chart - SUPERMX , R1 2.13

Chart - LANDMRK hit resistance

Stock to watch

GREEN OCEAN CORP

CHINA STATIONERY

SYCAL VENTURES

SAPURAKENCANA

NTPM HOLDINGS

AXIATA GROUP BER

EASTLAND EQUITY

NOVA MSC BHD

CAM RESOURCES

JAKS RESOURCES

BRIGHT PACKAGING

K-ONE TECHNOLOGY

PETRONAS GAS BHD

 

Asian Stocks Decline as China Begins Congress on New Leadership

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Asian Stocks Decline as China Begins Congress on New Leadership
2012-11-08 00:05:17.757 GMT


By Adam Haigh
Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell as investors
focused on the U.S. budget debate and as China's Communist party
began its meeting to decide its fifth generation of leaders
since taking power in 1949.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index lost 0.6 percent to 122.67 as
of 9:03 a.m. in Tokyo, before markets opened in China and Hong
Kong. The gauge gained 13 percent through yesterday from this
year's low on June 4 as central banks added stimulus amid a
slowdown in global economic growth and the European debt crisis.

MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Rate Decision, Factory Output, Gas

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Rate Decision, Factory Output, Gas Malaysia
2012-11-07 20:42:41.112 GMT


By Ranjeetha Pakiam
Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysia's central bank is expected
to hold its benchmark overnight policy rate at 3 percent when
policymakers meet for the last time this year, according to all
17 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News. Bank Negara Malaysia
is scheduled to release the monetary policy statement at 6 p.m.
Malaysian industrial production likely gained 0.6 percent
in September from a 0.7 percent decline a month earlier,
according to the median estimate of 16 economists surveyed by
Bloomberg News. The government is expected to release factory
output data at 12:01 p.m.

EQUITY MOVERS:
* CI Holdings (CIH MK): Co. posts 1Q net loss of 299,000
ringgit vs 7.34m ringgit profit yr earlier
* Gas Malaysia (GMB MK): 3Q profit gains to 42m ringgit vs
30.5m ringgit yr earlier
* Ireka Corp. (IREKA MK): Co. wins 69.1m ringgit contract from
MTD Construction
* KKB Engineering (KKB MK): 3Q net income drops to 1.76m
ringgit vs 8.52m ringgit yr earlier
* PJBumi (PJSB MK): Co. gets govt nod to sell 15.8% of Alam
Flora for 20.4m ringgit
* Sarawak Cable (SRCB MK): Co. fixes placement shares at 1.52
ringgit/shr
* Shell Refining Co. (Federation of Malaya): Co. posts 3Q net
income of 53.9m ringgit vs net loss of 68.4m ringgit yr
earlier

WHAT TO WATCH:
* Malaysian court delivers ruling on judicial review of govt
approvals for Lynas rare earths project *Association of Asia
Pacific Airlines 56th Assembly of Presidents starts in Kuala
Lumpur
* Iskandar Investment and Distinctive Group sign lease
purchase agreement at 10 a.m. in Kuala Lumpur

MARKETS:
* FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index closed little changed
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose 0.8%
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.9% as of 3:35 p.m.
in New York
* Palm oil Jan-delivery futures advanced 1.1%

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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Hiap Huat to raise RM17mil from IPO | theSundaily

Source: thesundaily.my

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 5, 2012): Hiap Huat Holdings Bhd, enroute to a listing on the ACE Market of Bursa Malaysia, aims to raise RM17 million from its initial public offering (IPO). Group chairman Zulkifly Zakaria said about RM8.2 million from the proceeds would be channelled for working capital. "Other than working capital, we will use RM4.5 million for capital expenditure, RM2.3 million to fund the listing process while the remaining RM2.0 million will be used for repayment of bank borrowings," he ...

 

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Chart - SUPERMX

MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Malaysia-EFTA, GPA, Pensonic,

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Malaysia-EFTA, GPA, Pensonic, Sentoria, WCT
2012-11-04 20:33:34.716 GMT


By Gan Yen Kuan
Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian government and the European
Free Trade Association will meet in Kuala Lumpur for the signing
of the scope of the Malaysia-EFTA free trade agreement.

EQUITY MOVERS:
* Fajarbaru (FBC MK): 1Q net income 628,000 ringgit vs 1.5m
ringgit yr earlier
* Freight Management (FMH MK): To buy 25% of Thai's YKP-FM
Global Shipyard for 2.5m ringgit
* GPA Holdings (GPA MK): Forms joint venture with China's
FirstPower Tech to manufacture batteries
* M3 Technologies (M3T MK): Prices placement shrs at 22.7 sen
each, 5% discount to 5-day avg mkt price
* Malaysia Airports (MAHB MK): Sept. passenger movements -0.6%
Y/y
* Pensonic (PSN MK): Proposes 1.75 sen/shr dividend
* Sentoria (SNT MK): Buys land parcels in Pahang state for
total 37.2m ringgit
* Tiger Synergy (TIG MK): Set price of first tranche of new
shrs in private placement at 31 sen/shr, 7.3% discount to 5-
day avg mkt price
* WCT (WCT MK): To buy lease of land in southern Johor state
for 99.5m ringgit

WHAT TO WATCH:
* Shareholders of KFC Holdings to vote on proposed buyout
offer by Johor Corp. and CVC Capital Partners; shareholders
of KFC's parent QSR Brands to vote tomorrow

MARKETS:
* FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index fell 1.2%
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose 0.6%
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.1%
* Palm oil Jan-delivery futures dropped 1.6%

Monday, November 5, 2012

Chart - ASTRO - R1 2.70 ,S1 2.65

MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Malaysia-EFTA, GPA, Pensonic,

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Malaysia-EFTA, GPA, Pensonic, Sentoria, WCT
2012-11-04 20:33:34.716 GMT


By Gan Yen Kuan
Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian government and the European
Free Trade Association will meet in Kuala Lumpur for the signing
of the scope of the Malaysia-EFTA free trade agreement.

EQUITY MOVERS:
* Fajarbaru (FBC MK): 1Q net income 628,000 ringgit vs 1.5m
ringgit yr earlier
* Freight Management (FMH MK): To buy 25% of Thai's YKP-FM
Global Shipyard for 2.5m ringgit
* GPA Holdings (GPA MK): Forms joint venture with China's
FirstPower Tech to manufacture batteries
* M3 Technologies (M3T MK): Prices placement shrs at 22.7 sen
each, 5% discount to 5-day avg mkt price
* Malaysia Airports (MAHB MK): Sept. passenger movements -0.6%
Y/y
* Pensonic (PSN MK): Proposes 1.75 sen/shr dividend
* Sentoria (SNT MK): Buys land parcels in Pahang state for
total 37.2m ringgit
* Tiger Synergy (TIG MK): Set price of first tranche of new
shrs in private placement at 31 sen/shr, 7.3% discount to 5-
day avg mkt price
* WCT (WCT MK): To buy lease of land in southern Johor state
for 99.5m ringgit

WHAT TO WATCH:
* Shareholders of KFC Holdings to vote on proposed buyout
offer by Johor Corp. and CVC Capital Partners; shareholders
of KFC's parent QSR Brands to vote tomorrow

MARKETS:
* FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index fell 1.2%
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose 0.6%
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.1%
* Palm oil Jan-delivery futures dropped 1.6%

Asian Stocks Fall, Euro Weakens While Gold Snaps Two-Day Decline

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Asian Stocks Fall, Euro Weakens While Gold Snaps Two-Day Decline
2012-11-05 00:40:57.183 GMT


By Richard Frost and Adam Haigh
Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell and the euro
touched a one-month low amid concern that Greece will struggle
to secure a bailout and as U.S. voters prepare to choose a
president. Gold rose for the first time in three days.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index dropped 0.4 percent at 9:12
a.m. Tokyo time and futures on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index
retreated 0.1 percent. The euro reached $1.2815, the lowest
since Oct. 1, while the won weakened 0.1 percent to 1,091.85 per
dollar. Gold futures increased 0.2 percent.
European leaders' determination to keep Greece in the euro
area will be tested this week as Prime Minister Antonis Samaras
struggles to win political support for measures needed to obtain
aid. Data released over the past three days showed China's non-
manufacturing industries rebounded from the slowest expansion in
at least 19 months, while hiring in the U.S. increased more than
forecast in October.
"Policy uncertainty, particularly fiscal and regulatory,
has held the market back to date," said George Boubouras,
Melbourne-based head of investment strategy at UBS AG's
Australian wealth-management unit. The Swiss bank oversees about
$1.5 trillion.
Samaras pledged on Nov. 4 that the raft of wage and pension
cuts in the latest austerity package will be the final one and
that Greek society won't tolerate any more, according to
comments made to lawmakers of his New Democracy party. The first
parliamentary vote in Athens may come as early as Nov. 7.
The U.S. employment data was the last before tomorrow's
election, as voters decide between giving President Barack Obama
another four years in office or changing course with Republican
challenger Mitt Romney. China's purchasing managers' index rose
to 55.5 in October from 53.7 the previous month, the National
Bureau of Statistics and China Federation of Logistics and
Purchasing said in Beijing on Nov. 3.
The Nikkei 225 Stock Average fell 0.3 percent. Sharp Corp.
dropped 3.6 percent on speculation the electronics maker will
seek a bailout after forecasting a record loss.