Saturday, January 12, 2013

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Friday, January 11, 2013

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(BFW) MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: China Automobile Parts IPO, Insas Ex-Date

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: China Automobile Parts IPO, Insas Ex-Date
2013-01-10 20:37:51.727 GMT


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By Chong Pooi Koon
Jan. 11 (Bloomberg) -- China Automobile Parts Holdings
Ltd., which is seeking a listing in Kuala Lumpur, will release
its share-sale document today, according to an e-mailed
invitation.
The company is involved in the manufacturing of automobile
chassis components for heavy vehicles. Its products are sold in
17 provinces in China and exported to Southeast Asia, Middle
East and South Africa.


EQUITY MOVER:
* Insas (INS MK): Sets Jan. 23 ex-date for 1.3 sen/shr div.


WHAT TO WATCH:
* 10:15 a.m.: Standard Chartered holds briefing on market
outlook in Kuala Lumpur

MARKETS:
* Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index was little changed
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index increased 0.7%
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.6%
* Palm oil March-delivery futures fell 1%

For Related News and Information:
Most-read stories about Malaysia today: MNI MALAY 1D <GO>
Malaysian economic statistics: ECST MA <GO>
Malaysian economic forecasts: ECFC MYR <GO>
Malaysian interest rate forecasts: BYFC MYR <GO>
Malaysia's key overnight policy rate: MAOPRATE <INDEX> GP <GO>

--Editor:

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Barry Porter in Kuala Lumpur at +603-2302-7865 or
bporter10@bloomberg.net

Thursday, January 10, 2013

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

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(BN) Most Asian Stocks Drop as Japanese Exporters Fall on Yen Rebound

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Most Asian Stocks Drop as Japanese Exporters Fall on Yen Rebound
2013-01-08 00:31:47.705 GMT


By Jonathan Burgos and Adam Haigh
Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Most Asian stocks fell as Japanese
exporters declined after the yen advanced for a second day,
dimming the earnings outlook for the nation's auto and
electronics manufacturers.
Nissan Motor Co., which gets about 79 percent of sales from
overseas, slipped 1.4 percent. Aozora Bank Ltd. declined 4.8
percent, extending losses for a second day, after the Japanese
lender confirmed Cerberus Capital Management LP will sell most
of its holdings. Woodside Petroleum Ltd., Australia's second-
largest oil producer, gained 0.9 percent in Sydney as crude oil
traded near a four-month high.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 0.1 percent to 131.38 as
of 9:29 a.m. Tokyo time, with about three shares falling for
each two that rose. Markets in China and Hong Kong have yet to
open. The regional benchmark gauge posted its seventh weekly
advance last week, the longest winning streak since March last
year, after U.S. Congress approved a budget deal and
manufacturing reports from China and the U.S. added to signs of
a global recovery.
"We don't expect a no-brainer one-way climb for stocks,"
said Michael Kurtz, chief global equity strategist at Nomura
Holdings Inc. in Hong Kong. "Japan for its part has delivered a
key step toward expectations of a major pro-reflation policy
shift."
The Nikkei 225 Stock Average climbed 22 percent through
yesterday from Nov. 14 when elections were announced, driving
the gauge into a bull market on expectations a new government
would call for more stimulus and a weakening currency boosted
the earnings outlook for exporters. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a
proponent for more monetary policy easing, will have a chance to
reshape the Bank of Japan early this year, when the terms of
Governor Masaaki Shirakawa and his two deputies expire.

For Related News and Information:
Top stock-market news: TOP STK <GO>
World equity valuations: WPE <GO>
World equity index monitor: WEI <GO>
Most-read stock market stories: MNI STK <GO>
Developed markets overview: DMMV <GO>

--Editor: John McCluskey

To contact the reporters on this story:
Jonathan Burgos in Singapore at +65-6212-1156 or
jburgos4@bloomberg.net;
Adam Haigh in Sydney at +61-2-9777-8635 or
ahaigh1@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Nick Gentle at +852-2977-6545 or
ngentle2@bloomberg.net

Stock to watch

(BFW) MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Exchange-Traded Bonds, AMMB Holdings, Sunway

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Exchange-Traded Bonds, AMMB Holdings, Sunway
2013-01-07 20:42:06.282 GMT


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By Chong Pooi Koon
Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysia, Southeast Asia's biggest
local-currency bond market, will let retail investors fund Kuala
Lumpur's new subway when it starts marketing its first exchange-
traded notes to individuals.
Prime Minister Najib Razak will unveil details of the
issuance today during a presentation at Bursa Malaysia Bhd., the
exchange operator for the nation's stocks and bonds based in the
capital. DanaInfra Nasional Bhd., a state-owned company that's
financing the rail network, will kick off the offerings.

EQUITY MOVERS:
* AMMB Holdings (AMM MK): Buys remaining stakes in AmLife,
AmFamily for 245m ringgit
* Flonic Hi-Tec (FLON MK): Acquires 30% stake of Jiwa Holdings
for 3.8m ringgit
* Focus Lumber (FLB MK): Declares div. of 6 sen/shr
* Kumpulan Jetson (KJB MK): Gets 84m ringgit contract to
upgrade hotel in London
* Malaysia AE (MAE MK): Unit wins contract for 139.9m ringgit
* Salcon (SALC MK): Unit buys land in Johor for 99.7m ringgit;
to diversify into property development
* Sunway Bhd. (SWB MK): Gets 45m ringgit contract to build
part of Legoland in Malaysia
* Vitrox (VITRO MK): Declares interim div. of 1 sen/shr


WHAT TO WATCH:
* 9 a.m.: Top Glove (TOPG MK) to give briefing on 2013 outlook
after AGM


MARKETS:
* Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index was little changed
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index dropped 0.3%
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.3%
* Palm oil March-delivery futures fell 2%


For Related News and Information:
Most-read stories about Malaysia today: MNI MALAY 1D <GO>
Malaysian economic statistics: ECST MA <GO>
Malaysian economic forecasts: ECFC MYR <GO>
Malaysian interest rate forecasts: BYFC MYR <GO>
Malaysia's key overnight policy rate: MAOPRATE <INDEX> GP <GO>

--Editor:

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Barry Porter in Kuala Lumpur at +603-2302-7865 or
bporter10@bloomberg.net

Monday, January 7, 2013

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