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(BFW) MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Global Funds, MNRB, IHH, DKSH, CCM, Petron

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MALAYSIA DAYBOOK: Global Funds, MNRB, IHH, DKSH, CCM, Petron
2013-06-02 21:17:34.299 GMT


(To be sent this Daybook daily: SALT MYDAYBOOK)

By Elffie Chew and Chong Pooi Koon
June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Foreign investors boosted holdings of
Malaysian local-currency debt by 5.3 percent in April from a
month earlier to a record 236.8 billion ringgit ($77 billion),
according to data published on the central bank's website.
The value of ringgit-denominated bonds held by global funds
surpassed the previous all-time high of 229 billion ringgit
reached at the end of January, Bank Negara said.


EQUITY MOVERS:
* Asia File (AF MK): 4Q net declines to 8.2m ringgit from 11m
ringgit yr earlier
* Bintai Kinden (BKC MK): 4Q profit 1.3m ringgit vs loss of
17.1m ringgit yr earlier
* Boustead (BOUS MK): Unit Contraves Advanced gets 17.3m
pounds contract from Boustead Naval Shipyard
* Chemical Company of Malaysia (CCM MK): 1Q net profit
declines to 4.4m ringgit from 6.7m ringgit yr ago
* DKSH (DKSH MK): Unit agrees to sell leasehold land, building
for 124.2m ringgit
* Guan Chong (GUAN MK): 1Q net falls to 16.5m ringgit from
31.3m ringgit yr ago
* Hubline (HUBL MK): 2Q loss of 30.8m ringgit vs profit of
2.8m ringgit yr earlier
* IHH Healthcare (IHH MK): To set up reinvestment clinic in
China
* Karambunai (KRBN MK): 4Q loss widens to 44.8m ringgit from
2m ringgit yr ago
* Kenanga (KNK MK): 1Q loss 7.9m ringgit vs profit of 6.1m
ringgit yr earlier
* Malaysia Airports (MAHB MK): April passenger movements
+12.5% y/y to 5.9m
* MNRB (MNRB MK): 4Q net declines to 17.2m ringgit from 36.5m
ringgit yr earlier
* Muhibbah (MUHI MK): 1Q net rises to 19.8m ringgit from 16.5m
ringgit yr earlier
* PCCS Group (PCCS MK): 4Q loss widens to 4m ringgit from loss
of 108,000 ringgit yr ago
* Petron (PETRONM MK): 1Q net profit 30.8m ringgit vs 82.5m
ringgit yr earlier
* PLS Plantations (PLS MK): 4Q net 3.3m ringgit vs loss of
1.2m ringgit yr earlier
* Scope Industries (SCP MK): 3Q loss widens to 1.9m ringgit
from loss of 551,000 ringgit yr earlier


MARKETS:
* Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index fell 0.3 percent
* The MSCI Asia Pacific Index lost 0.5 percent
* The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.4 percent
* Palm oil August-delivery futures climbed 1.1 percent


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 reporters on this story:
Elffie Chew in Kuala Lumpur at +60-3-2302-7857 or
echew16@bloomberg.net
Chong Pooi Koon in Kuala Lumpur at +60-3-2302-7854 or
chong17@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Barry Porter at +60-3-2302-7865 or
bporter10@bloomberg.net

(BN) Japanese Shares Decline as Exporters Drop on Stronger Yen

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Japanese Shares Decline as Exporters Drop on Stronger Yen
2013-06-03 00:11:28.195 GMT


By Anna Kitanaka
June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese shares fell, extending the
Topix index's first monthly decline since the rally began last
year, as a stronger yen weighed on the outlook for exporter
earnings.
The Topix lost 1.5 percent to 1,118.44 as of 9:04 a.m. in
Tokyo, with all but one of the 33 industry groups falling. The
Nikkei 225 Stock Average sank 2.1 percent to 13,488.77, with
volume 16 percent above the 100-day intraday average.


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Biggest movers this year: TPX <Index> MRR 10 <GO>
Market map of today's trading: TPX <Index> IMAP <GO>

--Editors: Tom Redmond, Jim Powell

To contact the reporter on this story:
Anna Kitanaka in Tokyo at +81-3-3201-8140 or
akitanaka@bloomberg.net

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

(BN) Asian Stocks Fall as Improving U.S. Data Stokes Fed Exit Concern

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Asian Stocks Fall as Improving U.S. Data Stokes Fed Exit Concern
2013-06-03 00:18:46.19 GMT


By Yoshiaki Nohara
June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell, with the regional
benchmark index heading for a third-day of losses, after
improving U.S. economic data added to concern the Federal
Reserve will scale back its stimulus.
Nissan Motor Co., a Japanese carmaker that makes 34 percent
of its sales in North America, slid 3.2 percent. BHP Billiton
Ltd., Australia's biggest oil producer, dropped 1.6 percent as
brent crude dropped below $100 a barrel. Cochlear Ltd. slumped
9.8 percent in Sydney after the maker of cochlear implant
systems for the hearing impaired revised fiscal year estimates
on slower growth in the U.S.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index dropped 0.4 percent to 134.28
at 9:17 a.m. in Tokyo, before markets in Hong Kong and China
open. The measure declined 5.1 percent last month, the first
monthly drop in seven months.

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--Editor: John McCluskey

To contact the reporter on this story:
Yoshiaki Nohara in Tokyo at +81-3-3201-7446 or
ynohara1@bloomberg.net

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