|Last Price ||Avg Target Price || Upside/Downside ||Price Call |
|2.00 ||2.41 || +0.41 (20.50%) || |
|* Average Target Price, Price Call and Upside/Downside are derived from Price Targets in the past 6 months.|
|** Price Targets are adjusted for Bonus Issue, Shares Split & Shares Consolidation (where applicable).|
|Date ||Open Price ||Target Price ||Upside/Downside ||Price Call ||Source ||News |
|01/07/2016 ||1.98 ||2.56 ||+0.58 (29.29%) ||BUY ||PUBLIC BANK || |
|01/04/2016 ||1.88 ||2.56 ||+0.68 (36.17%) ||BUY ||PUBLIC BANK || |
|22/02/2016 ||1.65 ||2.25 ||+0.60 (36.36%) ||BUY ||PUBLIC BANK || |
CFTrader Anyone can enlighten to share their view on this CYPARK ? Why equity base keep on enlarging together with intangible assets ??
Fox New Record high for both revenue and earning in recent quarter. Good
CFTrader Ermm.. I need a more in-depth analysis for revenue breakdown, CF, Assets analysis (what is their intangible asset and why they keep on growing in such pace ?) , and so on...
CFTrader The prospect there is way toooooooo long until I have no idea which point they are stressing about...
lloydlim Cypark have stronger earnings growth prospects than Petronas Gas, Malakoff and Gas Malaysia. Companies in the former camp, in our opinion, operate in an environment where there is an abundance of horizontal expansion opportunities. We believe cheap utility stocks could react more strongly to positive news than to negative news as positive news gives the market a reason to buy the stocks, while the impact of negative news is buffered by their already-cheap valuations.
Collin Soo Still thinking on board or not?!