Highlights
KLSE: RHBBANK (1066)       RHB CAPITAL BHD Main : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
5.14   -0.02 (0.39%)  5.14 - 5.19  1,304,000
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Overview

Market Cap: 20,600 Million
NOSH: 4,008 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):1,182,950
4 Weeks Range:5.00 - 5.29
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
48.28%
52 Weeks Range:4.53 - 5.59
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
57.55%
Average Price Target: 5.39
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.25

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2017[#2]  |  29-Aug-2017
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 30-Sep-2017  |  23-Nov-2017
T4Q P/E | EY: 11.65  |  8.58%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 2.33%  |  27.21%
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 5.63  |  0.91
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 16.85%  |  7.83%

Market Buzz

Date Type Subject
26-Sep-2017 Forum 2 New Comments

Headlines

Date Subject
03-Sep-2017 兴业大马银行合并破局/前线把关●MSWG
30-Aug-2017 RHB Bank - Stronger non-interest income ahead
30-Aug-2017 兴业银行业绩符预期.油气拨备为最大忧患
30-Aug-2017 RHB Bank (HOLD, Maintain) - Lower Impairments Drive Bottomline
30-Aug-2017 RHB - Saved By Lower Provisions
30-Aug-2017 RHB Bank - 2QFY17 Results in Line
30-Aug-2017 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 30 Aug 2017
30-Aug-2017 RHB - Boosted by Lower Impairments
30-Aug-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 30 Aug 2017
29-Aug-2017 RHB Bank - Not Much Excitement in 2Q17
27-Aug-2017 洪建文.不是终点,是起点
23-Aug-2017 RHB - Still Searching For The Right One
23-Aug-2017 AmBank and RHB Call Off Merger
23-Aug-2017 RHB, AMMB - Back to status quo
23-Aug-2017 Malaysia Banking - RHB-AMMB Merger Off
22-Aug-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 22 Aug 2017
21-Aug-2017 BFM EXCLUSIVE: RHB-AMMB Merger Exclusive Talks May Miss Aug 30 Deadline
01-Aug-2017 Banking – Malaysia: BNM Jun 17 Statistics: Loan Growth Momentum Improves
24-Jul-2017 张启华.阿兹曼的舍与得
19-Jul-2017 RHB and AMMB to Merge?

Business Background

RHB Capital Berhad (RHB Capital) is a Malaysia-based investment holding company. Along with its subsidiaries, it operates in seven business units: retail banking, corporate and investment banking, business banking, global financial banking, group treasury, transaction banking and Islamic banking. The Company's products and services include credit and debit cards, savings and currents accounts, fund transfer, loans, deposits, bancassurance, structured investments, unit trust, share margin financing, cash management, trade services, insurance and remittance services, Shariah-based consumer and business banking services, among others. RHB Capital's subsidiaries include RHB Bank Berhad, RHB Islamic Bank Berhad, RHB Bank (L) Ltd, RHB International Trust (L) Ltd, RHB Corporate Services Sdn Bhd, RHB Capital Nominees (Tempatan) Sdn Bhd, among others.
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Seng Thye Ng TP 5.50 - 6.00
not too late to enter again ???????????????????????
23/08/2017 09:54
prudentinvestor It is clear that investors didn't like the proposed merger between RHB Bank and AmBank. Six months ago, RHB and CIMB were at about the same price level. Today CIMB is more than 30% higher.
23/08/2017 10:06
prudentinvestor If total volume today exceeds 2.75 million shares, which looks very likely, it would be the largest volume in over 2 months. Good chance for RHB to go up further.
23/08/2017 15:16
MyInvest Better wait for 1 week... :)
23/08/2017 16:18
Seng Thye Ng important is healhty up....................................no regret to invest this counter .......
wish earn more..............................................
23/08/2017 17:04
masterus A dealer said US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium last week did not provide any clue on the US’s monetary policy outlook.

Meanwhile, it was reported that Hurricane Harvey, which hit southeast Texas, would likely pressure the US dollar further, as damage from the storm may threaten the US economy. Texas's Gulf Coast is home to key oil and gas facilities that make up nearly a third of the US's refinery capability.
28/08/2017 10:41
loyalok EPS for 1H =25 ,dividend =5
29/08/2017 14:18
Seng Thye Ng waaaaa......good Q result.........sad becuase of North Korea
29/08/2017 14:35
Beza Good!
29/08/2017 14:43
prudentinvestor No bank should be trading at a PE of 10. If investors re-rate RHB and decide one day that it should have a PE of say 13, then it will trade at RM6.50.
29/08/2017 14:54
apanama The correction is over and over done...normally last day August trading gap from low to high will be about 10++ ..i am not surprise..tomorrow RHB will GREEN..and also other banks as well..:)..tomorrow Market FBMKLCI will settle about 1768-1773
29/08/2017 17:15
meistsk3134 lel. wait this midnight trump news
29/08/2017 23:22
Lau Choong Ling Dividend 7 sen , how to calculate amount in RM??
05/09/2017 09:20
shortinvestor77 RM 0.07.
05/09/2017 10:46
Lau Choong Ling 0.07 is 70 RM per share??
05/09/2017 13:17
gcke @Lau Chong Ling the following information can help:

1. 7 cents per 1share unit is equivalent to 700 cents or RM7 per 100 units of share.
2.But if you owned 1000 share units then only the dividend received will be RM 70.00.
3. Likewise if you owned 10K units then your dividend will be RM 700.00 :-)))

Cheers,and quite a decent dividend payout on top of the appreciation in share price return.Regards.
05/09/2017 13:24
prudentinvestor Invest in RHB Bank now, you won't go very wrong.
05/09/2017 14:53
meistsk3134 buy ambank better.. too low price
05/09/2017 15:10
shortinvestor77 KUALA LUMPUR: The local banking sector is expected to see its earnings grow 10.6 per cent this year, according to Affin Hwang Capital.

This will ease to a more modest 38 per cent next year before slightly rising 4.1 per cent in 2019, the firm said in a report today.

Affin Hwang Capital said favourable domestic demographic trends (driving consumption and housing needs), ample infrastructure projects in the pipeline and accommodative monetary policy are supportive reasons for the growth in earnings.

“The sector’s overall valuation in 2017 still appears attractive at a 1.35 times price to book value multiple (on a forward basis) against the past 10-year average of 1.6x and the past five-year average of 1.5x,” it added.

Key risks for the sector include new bad loan formation, net interest margin compression, higher funding costs, weaker loan growth and much higher provisions on FRS 9 (financial reporting standards) adoption.

Affin Hwang Capital’s top picks are AMMB Holdings Bhd, Public bank Bhd and Malayan Banking Bhd.

The firm upgraded its rating on AMMB from “hold” to “buy” with a price target of RM5.20 (based on 0.9x P/BV on calendar year 2018). “We believe the recent selling of the stock is unjustified (currently trading at 0.77x P/BV versus the sector at 1.35x), subsequent to the aborted merger plan with RHB Bank Bhd,” it added.
05/09/2017 20:47
shortinvestor77 http://www.klsescreener.com/v2/news/view/276895
05/09/2017 20:55
meistsk3134 it a fake news. election coming. all boosting good news
05/09/2017 21:13
shortinvestor77 Not really. Q3 and other Q results of banks will tell. just like Q2 result.
06/09/2017 13:54
diehardunited I'd rather bet into this stock. Giant in the making! Get ready for the LIMIT UP SOON!
http://klse.i3investor.com/m/blog/warrenbuffet/131824.jsp
10/09/2017 18:43
masterus KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to continue to strengthen against the US dollar, with an economist predicting it may even hit RM4 to a US dollar at the end of the year.
The optimism is based on the good growth in trade and the gross domestic product (GDP). The economy achieved a 5.8% growth in April-June.
The Malaysian Reserve quoted Sunway University Business School economics Professor Dr Yeah Kim Leng as saying: “The ringgit has been trading higher these days due to the above-expectations performance of Malaysia’s economy, including the growth in trade and GDP.
“Since we have already reached RM4.19 in early September, I would say that it is possible for the ringgit to reach around RM4.10 to RM4 in December.”
13/09/2017 23:43
shortinvestor77 No favourable catalyst in the short-term ahead, current conditions prevailing…maintain NEUTRAL. We reiterate our NEUTRAL call as we see no change in the prevailing conditions ahead. There is no concrete catalyst and game changer on the horizon and structural and cyclical headwinds are still prevailing such as; (i) moderating economy, (ii) subdued loans growth, and (iii) downward pressure on NIM. We maintain our MARKET PERFORM call for most of the banking stocks in our coverage with the exception of AFFIN, AFG, AMBANK and RHBBANK, which are at OUTPERFORM as at current share prices, we see attractive proposition with a potential total return of more than 10% each.

Source: Kenanga Research - 14 Sept 2017
14/09/2017 09:27
shortinvestor77 For 2QCY17, all the nine (9) banking stocks under our coverage met our expectations. YoY, earnings improved as impairment allowances fell as expected with improvement in asset quality. We also see widening NIMs due to better management in funding costs and better repricing of assets. However, loans growth seemed to be easing. All in, we maintain our NEUTRAL stance on the sector as the prevailing challenges in the economy still remain. As results were mostly in line, we maintain our MARKET PERFORM call for most of the banking stocks in our coverage with the exception of AFFIN (TP: RM3.00), AMBANK (TP: RM5.00), AFG (TP: RM4.15) and RHBBANK (TP: RM5.60) due to their undemanding valuations.
14/09/2017 09:28
shortinvestor77 Resistance from NUBE a key reason for AMMB-RHB merger failure, says Deutsche Bank

Author: moneyKing | Publish Date: 14 Sep 2017, 7:27 PM

Sulhi Azman/theedgemarkets.com

September 14, 2017 17:57 pm MYT



KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Resistance from a trade union was a key reason for the failure of the proposed merger between AMMB Holdings Bhd and RHB Bank Bhd, according to an analyst with Deutsche Bank AG.

“Our visit to the National Union of Bank Employees (NUBE) reinforced our suspicion that staff issues might be a key reason for the merger to be called off,” research analyst Joshua Lee wrote in a report to clients today.

“NUBE was not consulted before the merger discussion announcement and they subsequently sent letters to the central bank, banks involved and the government. The union had two meetings with the banks before the merger was called off,” Lee added, noting that staff cost made up 53.5% and 57% of the total expenses at AMMB and RHB respectively.

Lee said his conversation with three banks — AMMB, Public Bank Bhd and Hong Leong Bank Bhd — and related parties, indicated NUBE has a “material presence” on the country’s banking operations.

He also observed that NUBE has been encouraging its members to upskill in order to stay relevant, and are attempting to unionise outsourced workers.

“That might slow down banks’ digitisation and cost reduction strategies,” Lee said.

Established under the Trade Unions Act 1959, NUBE represents around 20,000 bank employees in Malaysia.

Meanwhile, Lee also commented on Malaysia’s loans growth of 1.8% in the first half of 2017 (1H17), saying it was outpaced by the country’s economic growth of 5.7% in the same period.

“Historically, loan growth trends higher than the gross domestic product,” he said. “Our conversations with corporates indicate that many are using their internal funds for capex purposes, and are not planning major expansion that requires gearing up.”

Going forward, Lee said, “We note that banks are guiding for lumpy corporate loan pick-up in 2H17, especially from large infrastructure projects.”

“However, some corporates that we met are wary of being entangled in the ‘winner's curse’, and are happy to wait by the sidelines, until bidding rationalises,” he said, adding: “Nevertheless, they believe that supply will likely fall behind the demand generated by these infrastructure projects in the years ahead.”

As for the implementation of the new accounting standard, Lee said: “Surprisingly, banks are guiding that the impact of IFRS9 could be muted, with several guiding that there would be no impact to capital, with the likely usage of regulatory reserves.”

“Banks that have not disclosed any IFRS9 guidance have their systems in place and are currently doing back testing,” Lee added.

http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/resistance-nube-key-reason-ammbrhb-merger-failure-says-deutsche-bank
14/09/2017 22:23
Seng Thye Ng when can pecah 5.10 ????????????????????????????????????
15/09/2017 11:27
masterus North Korea fires second ballistic missile over Japan
55 minutes ago

People in Seoul watch a news report about the missile launch (15 Sept 2017)Image copyrightAFP
North Korea has fired a ballistic missile across Japan, its second such provocative move in weeks.
South Korea's military said the missile reached an estimated altitude of about 770km (478 miles) and travelled 3,700km before landing in the sea off Hokkaido.
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe said his country would "never tolerate" North Korea's dangerous actions.
"If North Korea continues to walk down this path, it has no bright future," he said in a statement.
15/09/2017 11:55
goldentriangle North Korea fires another missile, less than 2 weeks after nuclear bomb test

http://www.businessinsider.my/north-korea-fires-missile-near-pyongyang-south-korea-japan-2017-9/?r=US&IR=T
15/09/2017 21:11
meistsk3134 Nobody dare touch NK. Tat why kim feel arrogant. Trump need all whole world support to nuked NK. Waiting 2 clown china and russia now
16/09/2017 18:56
Seng Thye Ng Yes...yes......percah 5.10.........long time looking for that leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer.....
19/09/2017 10:28
prudentinvestor Highest level in almost 3 months. EPF holds over 40% of RHB shares. If it decides to pare down its holdings, the asking price would be at least RM7 to RM8. Be patient.
20/09/2017 10:51
meistsk3134 Dun stupid epf epf. Epf give money to invest in US better than invest RHB
20/09/2017 17:22
prudentinvestor meistsk3134, if you are unhappy with epf, you can always withdraw all your money (if you are already 55) and keep your money in the bank. You get highest interest don't you?
21/09/2017 16:16
Seng Thye Ng yes yes..........finally pecah 5.20..........yummy.....................................
next week will be more more more.....hehehehehhe
21/09/2017 16:33
meistsk3134 Miss ng or mr ng
22/09/2017 07:54
Seng Thye Ng np.....anyone you feel ok.......!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
22/09/2017 10:36
meistsk3134 Prudent i no interest on epf interest. If can i also wan to take out all money invest something.yet it compulsory must put money in epf.
23/09/2017 20:03
meistsk3134 Interest have no benefit for me. I can slowly generate my income fast by doing small business
23/09/2017 20:04
meistsk3134 Epf use our money invest in other stuff hope can get more money. Just hopefully not stupid listen najib invest useless stuff which make loss. Epf does made loss on counter shell last time
23/09/2017 20:06
fmbklci time to sell rhbbank
23/09/2017 20:22
prudentinvestor meistsk3134, there is no guarantee that every small business can be profitable. Upon reaching the age of 55, most people still keep their with the EPF.
23/09/2017 23:26
prudentinvestor Not time to sell RHBBank yet. More upside ahead. Consider selling only after it has gone up another 5% or so.
23/09/2017 23:28
fmbklci sell this and buy cimb
24/09/2017 12:39
meistsk3134 Cimb tp9?
25/09/2017 07:05
meistsk3134 Prudent. Majority still keep money in epf and use interest money. Minority who good in invest already take out money. Even old pension banker also take out and invest something.
25/09/2017 07:07
fmbklci rm7
25/09/2017 09:32
prudentinvestor MUFJ has over 400 million CIMB shares waiting to be sold in the open market.
26/09/2017 11:07
fmbklci @prudentinvestor, please read the news. mufj already sold it and it's not through open market
26/09/2017 21:45


 

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