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9.29   -0.06 (0.64%)  9.27 - 9.36  6,456,200
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Market Cap: 98,443 Million
NOSH: 10,597 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):9,701,155
4 Weeks Range:9.27 - 9.86
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
52 Weeks Range:7.59 - 9.86
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
Average Price Target: 9.69
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.40

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2017[#2]  |  30-Aug-2017
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 30-Sep-2017  |  24-Nov-2017
T4Q P/E | EY: 13.10  |  7.64%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 5.72%  |  74.92%
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 6.5831  |  1.41
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 17.40%  |  10.78%

Market Buzz

Date Type Subject
15-Oct-2017 News Maybank says mobile banking gaining momentum, up 91pct in first 9 months
20-Oct-2017 Insider EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 3,000,000 shares on 16-Oct-2017.
20-Oct-2017 Insider AMANAHRAYA TRUSTEES BERHAD AMANAH SAHAM BUMIPUTERA (a substantial shareholder) disposed 18,500,000 shares on 17-Oct-2017.
19-Oct-2017 Insider EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 3,000,000 shares on 13-Oct-2017.
19-Oct-2017 Insider EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 412,100 shares on 13-Oct-2017.
17-Oct-2017 Insider EMPLOYEE PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 1,882,700 shares on 12-Oct-2017.
16-Oct-2017 Insider EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 988,900 shares on 11-Oct-2017.
20-Oct-2017 Additional Listing ESOS - 400 shares at 8.780.
20-Oct-2017 Additional Listing ESOS - 41,300 shares at 8.710.
17-Oct-2017 Additional Listing ESOS - 1,200 shares at 8.780.
16-Oct-2017 Additional Listing ESOS - 12,900 shares at 9.280.
16-Oct-2017 Additional Listing ESOS - 600 shares at 9.280.
20-Oct-2017 Forum 3 New Comments


Date Subject
15-Oct-2017 Maybank says mobile banking gaining momentum, up 91pct in first 9 months
10-Oct-2017 Maybank eyes 1pc growth in card billings market share
03-Oct-2017 MQ Research’s Top Banking Stock Picks
29-Sep-2017 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 29 Sept 2017
29-Sep-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 29 Sept 2017
13-Sep-2017 Maybank 2QFY17 Net Earnings Up 43% Y-y
06-Sep-2017 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 6 Sept 2017
05-Sep-2017 Malayan Banking - Pressure remains on Singapore asset quality
05-Sep-2017 Malayan Banking - 2Q17: Results in Line
05-Sep-2017 Maybank (BUY, Maintain) - Lower Credit Cost, Absence of Large Impairment
05-Sep-2017 Maybank - Led By Strong NII Momentum And Lower Provisions
05-Sep-2017 Malayan Banking Berhad - Boosted by Lower Impairments
05-Sep-2017 Malayan Banking: 2Q17: Provisions Remain Elevated
05-Sep-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 5 Sept 2017
09-Aug-2017 若分拆伊银ETIQA.马银行估值升40仙
04-Aug-2017 13 things you need to know about Maybank before you invest - Ian Tai
03-Aug-2017 MQ Research - Malaysian Banking Sector Report
01-Aug-2017 Banking - Jun Stats – Loan Growth Rebounded
28-Jul-2017 Maybank - Well Contained Funding Cost
26-Jul-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 26 Jul 2017

Business Background

Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) is principally engaged in all aspects of commercial banking and related financial services. The subsidiaries are principally engaged in the businesses of banking and finance, Islamic banking, investment banking including stock broking, underwriting of general and life insurance, general and family takaful, trustee and nominee services, asset management and venture capital. The Group's business segments comprise of Community Financial Services, Global Banking, International Banking, Insurance and Takaful, and Islamic Banking. Community Financial Services is the retail banking arm of the Bank, serving individual, Retail SME and Business Banking customers. The Global Banking segment includes Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Transaction Banking (with four lines of business: Cash Management, Trade & Supply Chain Financing, Financial Institutions and Securities Services i.e. trustee and nominee services), Global Markets (providing treasury services including Foreign Exchange, Money Market, Fixed Income Markets, Derivatives and structured products) and Asset Management. International Banking includes commercial banking business operations in 19 countries including all 9 ASEAN countries outside Malaysia (Singapore and Indonesia being the largest markets) and the rest in strategic markets including Greater China, the Middle East, the United Kingdom and the United States. Insurance and Takaful segment provides all classes of general and life insurance, general takaful and family takaful, and offshore investment life insurance. Islamic Banking leverages on the Group’s infrastructure and network to offer end-to-end Shariah compliant financial solutions.
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joetay i is supporter of bursa malaysia, the biggest money market in malaysia.

so as long as broker gives me good rates, i use them.

06/10/2017 13:03
pundekman can sell in 100 shares ma..odd lots little only
06/10/2017 15:38
smartly yup. you sell 100 shares couple with odd lots, broker charge you same rate as normal board lot.
06/10/2017 15:46
masterus 8 HOURS AGO by Mamta Badkar
The US dollar gave up its gains on Friday after a report that North Korea was preparing to test a long-range missile that could reach the US west coast.

The DXY dollar index, which gauges the buck against a basket of six global peers, was trading roughly flat at 93.86, after state-owned news agency RIA reported the news citing a Russian lawmaker following a trip to Pyongyang.

According to Reuters, a member of the Russian Duma’s international affairs committee quoted in the RIA report said that North Korea was preparing for new tests of a long-range missile, that the regime is in a “belligerent mood” and that a launch could come in the near future.
07/10/2017 08:37
masterus Malaysia's August export growth at 21.5 pct y/y, above f'cast
Reuters Staff
* August exports +21.5 pct y/y vs Reuters poll +19.2 pct
* August imports +22.6 pct y/y vs poll forecast +21.0 pct
* Trade surplus 9.9 bln rgt vs poll forecast of 9.6 bln rgt
* Exports to China +21.2 pct y/y, U.S. +14.5 pct, EU +21.6 pct

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Malaysia's exports in August grew to 21.5
percent from a year earlier, beating expectations on the back of manufacturing
sector and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, but were slower than the
previous month.
The export growth exceeded the 19.2 percent forecast by a Reuters poll but
was down from July's 30.9 percent growth.
The upward trend of manufactured goods exports continued in August with an
expansion of 22.3 percent year-on-year. Growth was also driven by increased
exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), government data showed on Friday.
Exports of mining goods grew 38.8 percent, accounting for 8.4 percent of
Malaysia's total exports, the data showed.
August imports grew 22.6 percent from a year earlier to 72.4 billion
ringgit, up from the 21.8 percent growth in July and the 21.0 percent growth
projected in the poll.
The trade surplus in August widened to 9.9 billion ringgit ($2.3
billion)from July's 8.0 billion ringgit.
Malaysia reports trade data in ringgit. The currency has been one of
Asia's best-performing ones this year, strengthening about 6 percent this year.
Exports to China remained robust, rising 21.2 percent from a year earlier,
while those to the European Union grew 21.6 percent.
Shipments to the United States rose 14.5 percent.
07/10/2017 08:52
hstha Run-up in global stocks still has some momentum left – Reuters poll

World stocks have been enjoying a bullish ride. Yet Malaysian stocks are so behind!
07/10/2017 12:14
masterus Asian shares edge up ahead of China services data as the Turkish lira tumbles
U.S. September nonfarm payrolls declined by 33,000
The Turkish lira fell against the dollar after the U.S. suspended some visa services
China Caixin services PMI and forex reserves expected in the day
Cheang Ming | @cheangming
09/10/2017 09:51
masterus Market wrap: US dollar index closed down 0.2% - Westpac
By Ross J Burland
Analysts at Westpac offered a market wrap fro Friday's close.

Key Quotes:

"Global market sentiment: US bond yields and the US dollar rose after the jobs data, but later reversed on North Korea headlines.

The monthly US payrolls report disappointed regarding jobs growth but contained surprisingly strong details. Russian media reported that North Korea is planning to test a long range missile capable of reaching the US west coast.

Interest rates: US 10yr yields rose from 2.35% to 2.40% (a three-month high) after the payrolls data, but later completely retraced amid headlines about the Russian report on North Korea. 2yr yields rose from 1.49% to 1.53% before retracing to 1.50%. Fed fund futures yields firmed slightly to price the chance of a December rate hike at 89%.

Currencies: The US dollar index closed down 0.2% on Friday, although it did make a two-month high in response to the payrolls data. EUR initially fell to 1.1670 before retracing to 1.1738. USD/JPY initially rose to 113.44 before retracing to 112.61. AUD made a three-month low at 0.7733 after the US data, but later retraced to 0.7777. NZD similarly fell to 0.7059 – a four-month low – before retracing to 0.7096. It is opening this morning slightly weaker at 0.7060, possibly in response to Saturday’s final election results which remained inconclusive. AUD/NZD rose from 1.0920 to 1.0973.

Economic Wrap

US non-farm payrolls fell 33k in September (vs +80k expected), suggesting an even larger hurricane impact than widely assumed. Beyond hurricane impacts the underlying detail is very constructive, particularly in household survey where the BLS says that storms had no “discernible effect”.

The participation rate rose a very strong +0.2ppts to 63.1%, the employment to population ratio rose from 60.1% to 60.4% - a post-recession high, and the unemployment rate fell from 4.4% to 4.2%. These are positive trends but some of the details warrant caution – the household survey shows an incredibly large 906k gain in employment (hence the big fall in the unemployment rate and the jump in the employment to population ratio). This unusually large monthly gain may result in a sharp correction next month.
09/10/2017 09:53
Dollar down from 12-week high vs yen as North Korea fears weigh
Masayuki Kitano
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Dollar and Japan Yen notes are seen in this picture illustration June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/File Photo
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar held steady against the yen on Monday, having retreated from 12-week highs set last week, due to renewed focus on geopolitical risks amid concerns that North Korea may be preparing another missile test.

North Korea is preparing to test a long-range missile, which it believes can reach the west coast of the United States, a Russian lawmaker who had returned from a visit to Pyongyang was quoted by Russia’s RIA news agency as saying on Friday.

The renewed focus on geopolitical tensions helped lend support to the safe haven yen, and helped pull the dollar down from its post-U.S. jobs data highs.

On Friday, the dollar was already in retreat due to profit-taking, when the North Korea-related headlines reached the market, exacerbating the greenback’s drop, said Stephen Innes, head of trading in Asia-Pacific for Oanda in Singapore.
09/10/2017 09:56
Freddie Kkc 1st Target 10.0 go go go ^
09/10/2017 11:08
hstha https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/05/volatility-index-posts-lowest-close-ever.html
Malaysian stocks can rise more.
09/10/2017 11:35
hstha Foreign selling dropped to RM82.9m last week, says MIDF Research | http://www.klsescreener.com/v2/news/view/290785

Malaysian stocks shoul be more bullish.
09/10/2017 11:41
hstha https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-long-will-the-emerging-markets-rally-last-1507514761
09/10/2017 11:46
Freddie Kkc Thanks for sharing
09/10/2017 13:23
mymymybook Most Asian stocks are bullish. Just keep up with them Malaydian stocks are behind.
09/10/2017 14:47
mymymybook Budget 2018 to be mildly positive for market, says CIMB Research http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/budget-2018-be-mildly-positive-market-says-cimb-research
09/10/2017 14:53
tecpower Foreign selling on Bursa eases sharply http://m.thesundaily.my/node/491177
09/10/2017 22:17
Junichiro I believe there is little foreign funds coming into KLSE even though the media use to highlight it as big news. Most of the time, the big cap shares move up n down due to trading by EPF. On any day when the EPF is not active, I observe those big caps hardly move.
09/10/2017 22:43
kuaTAKtahu Maybank buy Indonesia insurance. Good?
10/10/2017 08:51
masterus HomeNewsWorldWorld War 3 fears: North Korea could launch nuclear bomb TODAY to hit US west coast

NORTH Korea could detonate its largest ever nuclear “city-busting” bomb today as it ramps up its fight against the United States on Columbus Day.
North Korea sends chilling threat to Japan amid World War 3 fears
The North Koreans claimed to have technology which would allow them to bring a nuclear warhead down to earth intact, he added

Kim usually uses national holidays, in the North and the US, to show off his military might and send out warning signals to the world.
10/10/2017 09:23
masterus South Korea threatens to drop blackout bombs on North Korea
SOUTH Korea’s military is ready to deploy a powerful weapon that can totally paralyse North Korea in the event of a nuclear war.
10/10/2017 09:26
snowball001 KLCI pares loss as regional markets firm up http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/klci-pares-loss-regional-markets-firm

Malaysian stocks should be more bullish.
10/10/2017 11:37
hstha Emerging Markets: Buy All Dips

Guarded Optimism About the Global Economy

China will have no problem meeting 2017 growth target of 6.5 per cent, says official
10/10/2017 18:31
tecpower UOBAM Malaysia expects global markets to maintain positive growth trajectory http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/uobam-malaysia-expects-global-markets-maintain-positive-growth-trajectory
10/10/2017 19:24
tecpower Malaysia business sentiment improves — Dun & Bradstreet http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malaysia-business-sentiment-improves-—-dun-bradstreet
10/10/2017 19:25
samsambank http://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-economy-trade/german-exports-surge-in-august-shrugging-off-strong-euro-idUSKBN1CF0HM
11/10/2017 09:40
samsambank http://m.nasdaq.com/article/emerging-market-debt-to-gdp-declines-for-first-time-since-2011-20171010-01088
11/10/2017 09:45
masterus The Chinese government announced plans Wednesday to raise $2 billion from international debt markets, its first such sale in over a decade.

China’s Ministry of Finance said it intends to launch an offering of U.S. dollar sovereign bonds in Hong Kong in coming days.
11/10/2017 16:44
hstha EMERGING MARKETS-Emerging stocks hit 6-yr high fuelled by dollar, growth

LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks sailed to fresh six-year highs on Wednesday, buoyed by optimism over global growth and company earnings.

Currencies from emerging economies benefited from the dollar stalling on concerns over U.S. President Donald Trump’s tax plan
11/10/2017 23:11
masterus NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. dollar continued to decline against most major currencies on Wednesday, as investors mainly digested the newly-released minutes from U.S. Federal Reserve.
"Many participants continued to believe that the cyclical pressures associated with a tightening labor market or an economy operating above its potential were likely to show through to higher inflation over the medium term," according to the minutes on Wednesday.
In addition, many Fed officials judged that at least part of the softening in inflation this year was the result of idiosyncratic or one-time factors, and, thus, their effects were likely to fade over time.
However, other developments, such as the effects of earlier changes to government health-care programs that had been holding down health-care costs, might continue to do so for some time.
Analysts said the minutes showed that policymakers are open to a December interest-rate hike despite concerns about low inflation levels.
The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, was down 0.30 percent at 93.008 in late trading.
12/10/2017 07:11
pakatan_harapan2 If want to con us to survive better close shop.
12/10/2017 11:58
masterus China will 'compel' Saudi Arabia to trade oil in yuan — and that's going to affect the US dollar
"I believe that yuan pricing of oil is coming and as soon as the Saudis move to accept it — as the Chinese will compel them to do — then the rest of the oil market will move along with them," Carl Weinberg, chief economist and managing director at High Frequency Economics, told CNBC
In recent years, several nations opposed to the dollar being the world's reserve currency have progressively sought to try and abandon it
OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia is at the crux of the petrodollar.
12/10/2017 12:26
hstha Oct 12 (Reuters) - A retreating dollar, solid commodity prices and new record highs for world stocks helped extend the rally in emerging markets on Thursday, with stocks at new six-year highs and currencies firming almost across the board
12/10/2017 22:34
tecpower Fed's Powell: Emerging markets likely to cope with normalizing global economy

WASHINGTON - The normalization of monetary policy in the United States and other advanced economies should be manageable for emerging markets, Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell said on Thursday, although he cautioned on high levels of corporate debt.
12/10/2017 23:23
masterus The U.S. stands to save more than $500 million that the government owes to the United Nations by withdrawing from the organization’s cultural heritage arm.

The Department of State announced Thursday that it will officially pull back from the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) by the end of 2018, taking an inactive observer role rather than that of a contributing member.

Most of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s rational for withdrawing stems from the “anti-Israel bias” at UNESCO, but the government is also concerned about about the U.S.’s growing debt to the organization.

“This decision was not taken lightly,” the State Department said in a press release, citing “concerns with mounting arrears at UNESCO, the need for fundamental reform in the organization, and continuing anti-Israel bias at UNESCO.”

The U.S. currently owes the international body $542 million in dues that former President Barack Obama refused to pay starting in 2011 when UNESCO voted to include Palestine as a member. UNESCO is best known for maintaining a list of world heritage sites around the globe, including Stonehenge in the U.K., the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and the historic district of Florence, Italy, but the group also funds international literacy and scientific programs.

When the U.S. government declined to pay its annual dues of more than $80 million out of protest in 2011, UNESCO lost about 22 percent of its yearly budget.

“This is a loss to UNESCO,” Irina Bokova, director general of UNESCO, said in a statement following notification of the U.S.’s withdrawal. “This is a loss for multilateralism.”

America’s involvement in UNESCO is of the utmost importance today, Bokova said, “when the rise of violent extremism and terrorism calls for new long-term responses for peace and security, to counter racism and antisemitism, to fight ignorance and discrimination.”

“In 2011, when payment of membership contributions was suspended at the 36th session of the UNESCO General Conference, I said I was convinced UNESCO had never mattered as much for the United States, or the United States for UNESCO,” Bokova added. “Despite the withholding of funding, since 2011, we have deepened the partnership between the United States and UNESCO, which has never been so meaningful.”

Even without the funding to UNESCO, the U.S. pays $3.3 billion to the U.N. and its various organizations and missions annually, and President Donald Trump has proposed a 40 percent cut to funding.
13/10/2017 10:10
hstha Write a comment..“Today’s economic data from China showed that import and export growth accelerated in September, suggesting the world’s second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace despite widespread forecasts of an eventual slowdown,” he said.
13/10/2017 22:09
tecpower on monday Malaysian stocks are likely to be very bullish.

1. KLCI's technical rebound
2. World stock markets are very bullish

Singapore Stocks Rise To Two-Month Highs, Malaysia Shares Edge Higher
Nikkei soars to close above 21000 for first time in over two decades
European Stocks Flip-Flop in Early Trade as Commodities Rally on Rising Oil Prices
Europe: Record-breaking German stock index tops 13000 points
Emerging stocks at new 6-year high
Indian shares clock biggest weekly gain in three months

3. Commodity prices rallied
4. China's export and import statistics were very good
5. Most Malaysian semiconductor stocks were very bullish today. -> Risk-on sentiment has appeared finally.
14/10/2017 11:07
hstha European shares rose to their highest level in nearly four months, helped by some well-received earnings updates. The pan-European STOXX600 rose 0.3 per cent and was set for its fifth straight week of gains as were world stocks.
14/10/2017 12:03
hstha No Fed Fear? EM Funds Draw Record Investment
In the latest week, emerging market equity funds continued to attract investors, with noteworthy trends in Asia and Latin America.

14/10/2017 12:08
hstha Malaysian stocks are on a bargain sales now. Due to uncertainty of Budget 2018 and GE14, KLCI has been sluggish recently, but things like commodity price rally, bullish world stock markets and Chinese good import and export statistics have not been priced in yet. You cannot just focus on one or two things. Positive influence has been huge in recent global markets.
14/10/2017 15:15
hstha Budget 2018 to be modestly expansionary, says UOB Kay Hian
14/10/2017 15:49
snowball001 China's economic momentum may continue in H2 | http://www.klsescreener.com/v2/news/view/293421
14/10/2017 23:16
snowball001 China new yuan loans rise more than expected in September | http://www.klsescreener.com/v2/news/view/293423
14/10/2017 23:16
masterus The decline of US diplomacy could threaten the dollar’s global-reserve status
Eshe Nelson October 13, 2017
Bank notes of different currencies, including euro and US dollar,
Trying to stay on top (Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach)
Barry Eichengreen, an economics professor at the University of California, Berkeley and expert in global currency systems, warns that the US dollar’s future as the all-mighty global-reserve currency is in danger. A deterioration in US relationships with other countries could lead central banks internationally to reconsider their reliance on the dollar, he wrote in a column for Project Syndicate this week.
15/10/2017 07:04
snowball001 Malaysian stock market may be buoyed by Najib budget | http://www.klsescreener.com/v2/news/view/293525
16/10/2017 08:28
Indonesia's central bank allows ringgit, baht in trade

October 16, 2017 23:58 pm MYT

JAKARTA (Oct 16): Indonesia's central bank said on Monday it will allow transaction settlement for bilateral trade between Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to be conducted in local currencies.

The new regulation is aimed at reducing dependency on the US dollar and limiting exposure to volatile foreign exchange rates.

The rule, which goes into effect on Jan. 2 next year, allows Indonesian exporters or importers to settle payments with their Malaysian or Thai counterparts using rupiah, ringgit or baht.

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The three currencies are among the most volatile in the region.

Bank Indonesia, Bank of Thailand and Bank Negara Malaysia, will select banks that will be able to carry out such transactions, Indonesia's central bank said in a statement.
17/10/2017 16:27
tecpower Fidelity favours Singaporean, Malaysian stocks in short term |

19/10/2017 20:29
pakatan_harapan2 If ask KYY does he cutloss even on Xinquan?
20/10/2017 11:05
pakatan_harapan2 Con banker? Selldown clients stocks to induce more trading not a desparate move?
20/10/2017 11:06
ivan9511 hi all maybank team sifu. do you guys know if we process dividend reinvestment plan . then we will be charge any fees by remiser for that kind of service ?
20/10/2017 16:42


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