Highlights
KLSE: CARLSBG (2836)       CARLSBERG BREWERY MALAYSIA BHD MAIN : Consumer
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
15.20   +0.12 (0.80%)  15.00 - 15.20  539,800
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Overview

Market Cap: 4,647 Million
NOSH: 306 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):115,347
4 Weeks Range:14.60 - 15.20
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
100.00%
52 Weeks Range:13.72 - 15.30
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
93.67%
Average Price Target: 15.39
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.19

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2017[#2]  |  17-Aug-2017
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 30-Sep-2017  |  28-Nov-2017
T4Q P/E | EY: 21.22  |  4.71%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 5.07%  |  107.51%
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 0.84  |  18.10
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 13.12%  |  85.27%

Headlines

Date Subject
19-Oct-2017 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 11 Sept 2017
18-Aug-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 18 Aug 2017
18-Oct-2017 Carlsberg - Steadfast Premium Demand
18-Sep-2017 Carlsberg Brewery - Three Cheers for Premium Beers
17-Sep-2017 Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia: 2Q17: Malaysia And Singapore Arms Continue To Deliver
25-Jul-2017 TALKING EDGE: What’s brewing at Carlsberg?
19-Jun-2017 5 reasons why I invested in Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia - Stanley Lim, CFA
07-Jun-2017 麦芽酒成长平稳.加强优质产品.皇帽财测稳定
18-May-2017 Carlsberg - On solid footing
18-May-2017 Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia -1Q17 : In Line
18-May-2017 Carlsberg - 1Q17 Broadly Within Expectations
18-May-2017 Carlsberg Brewery - 1Q17- A Cheerful Start
25-Apr-2017 CARLSBG Updates – 25 Apr 2017 - L. C. Chong
19-Sep-2017 皇帽酿酒厂展望好吗?
22-Sep-2017 Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia - Below Expectations
22-Feb-2017 Mplus Market Pulse - 22 Feb 2017
21-Sep-2017 Carlsberg - Cautious Outlook Ahead
22-Feb-2017 Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia - Held by Associate Loss and Provisions
15-Feb-2017 TRADING BUY - CARLSBG (2836)
29-Nov-2016 末季盈利料增.联号亏损拖累.皇帽财测下调

Business Background

Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Berhad is a Malaysia-based company engaged in the production of beer, stout, shandy and non-alcoholic beverages for distribution in the Malaysian market and for Export. It is also involved in the marketing and distribution of beer, stout, shandy and non-alcoholic beverages. The Company distributes its products under the brand names of Carlsberg, Tuborg, Corona, Budweiser, Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, Carlsberg Gold, Carlsberg Special Brew, SKOL, Danish Royal Stout, Jolly Shandy and Nutrimalt among orthers. The Company has three fully owned subsidiaries: Carlsberg Marketing Sdn. Bhd., Euro Distributors Sdn. Bhd., Carlsberg Singapore Pte. Ltd. and one owned at 70%: Luen Heng F & B Sdn. Bhd.
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HowAh 12 too low 14 maybe
24/07/2016 19:36
luckycharm Am waitin at rm14...see can get or not.....tak leh kasi sapu at rm14.5
01/08/2016 19:52
Aries Can buy in these couple of days.
01/08/2016 20:07
CaiShenYe this quarter profit always lower
01/08/2016 21:10
Asia88 Don't forget this quarter got Euro 2016 game. You can see the result at Heineken second quarter result.
09/08/2017 23:07
iswara Ha Ha....
09/08/2017 23:12
ginvin QR out
23/08/2016 18:27
Follower178 hohoho, revenue dropped, next quater will be better?
25/08/2016 13:05
kinfatt999 special dividen 1000: 1 carton carlsberg
02/09/2016 11:28
L. C. Chong CARLSBG Analysis - https://lcchong.wordpress.com/2016/09/05/carlsbg-fundamental-analysis-5-sep-2016/
05/09/2016 21:02
Rainman Do you all think that sin taxes will increased in the coming Budget announcement by Najib?
15/09/2016 10:26
Git13 Today is ex-date for CARLSBG. Price increase from yesterday's close 14.24 to 14.28. Volume slowly building up. Hope more players come in.
21/09/2016 11:20
Rainman If you guys take a look in Q2 2016 (30/06/2016) report , page 9/16 states that Carlsberg has been summoned to pay Selangor Customs overdued excise duty (RM35 mil) sales taxes (RM 13mil) plus penalty (RM7 mil)since year 2011, but the company does not seem to care about such claim (it says on the report "The Company does not admit liability on the demands...).

What do you all think about this? Any hanky-panky going on inside the company?
21/09/2016 13:56
Asia88 Then you can also read Heineken annual report on the litigation case between them and Custom department.
Both brewery company face the same issue.
25/09/2016 11:42
evo Carlsbery steady. unlike that GAB
30/09/2016 15:43
lokzhaizz3813 Drop drop drop ......
16/11/2017 22:15
limkokthye cny sales seem slow, no hope this year,
09/01/2017 18:26
savyinvestor undervalued ..... time to buy
07/02/2017 16:57
dam82 seems like not moving up ...
14/02/2017 18:08
bjaya Dividend time. Time to go in
15/02/2017 16:54
dam82 Agree waiting for dividend also .. but still afraid on the excise duty and sales taxes impact on the share price ..
15/02/2017 21:44
stockraider Hieneken result good, surely same for carlsberg loh...!!
15/02/2017 13:05
bjaya Good or bad time , Yum Seng must still go on
16/02/2017 23:46
Nobsinves Anyone know when the annual report realease?
19/02/2017 19:04
luckycharm yum seng!
07/10/2017 23:20
ginvin yum seng! result out
21/02/2017 18:13
hanhui1991 the result consider good or bad?
21/02/2017 18:18
Nobsinves Bad. Dividend maintain EX at may
21/02/2017 18:51
luckycharm Drop 37% but congrats to yum seng holder...declare dividend at 67sen...shiok oh...
21/02/2017 18:51
luckycharm 2 become 1 or 3 in 1...i dont care coz ppl always yum seng bad or good day...
24/02/2017 07:53
hewusana Will it shot up to RM16?
29/04/2017 13:10
bjaya Good chance as the Sri Lanks plants has commenced production & sales.
30/04/2017 23:11
hewusana At year 2013 also shot up..
04/05/2017 13:01
Stockgod8 My news inform that big portion of alcohol in Malaysia market are fake, they have 100% similar sticker and packaging. Is Carlsberg still an attractive share if fake beer getting more and more popular?
07/05/2017 12:51
LOHAS Why suddenly shoot up?
08/05/2017 17:21
uncle988 Great quarterly result, a hidden gem is born, buy when it is still cheap.
19/05/2017 15:24
Kensington on 17 May, the Co announced that it has cancelled all of its 2.33 million treasury shares, thus making each share of its outstanding 305.7 million stock proportionately more valuable.
19/05/2017 17:12
LA777 Uncle 988, what's your target price?
20/05/2017 18:20
luckycharm today add some again...carlsberg draught really nice to drink...
23/05/2017 15:28
kino318 which one better? heim or carlsbg?
29/06/2017 09:01
Aries Both equally good.
29/06/2017 09:48
hewusana Keep buying..
06/07/2017 20:10
Good_stock Switching my portfolio to Petronm given its surprising 2q result soon......

Please refer to https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/david_petronm/129620.jsp
10/08/2017 09:26
hewusana Wow up again..
15/09/2017 18:25
pakatan_harapan2 NGOs protest against beer festival in Shah Alam
Read more at https://www.thestartv.com/v/NGOs%20protest%20against%20beer%20festival%20in%20Shah%20Alam#HCetmfXY35vxhO65.99
22/09/2017 22:38
Activeinvestor Switching my holdings to Petronm
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Extract of Analyst Report from RHB

Petron Malaysia

Fuel Happy

We initiate coverage on Petron with a BUY recommendation. Our TP of MYR16.20 (60% upside) is based on a 12.5x FY18 P/E. The company owns over 580 service stations nationwide, distributing gasoline, diesel and LPG products. Petron also owns an 88,000bpd refinery in Port Dickson, Malaysia with a Nelson Complexity Index of 3. We believe the refinery would provide the company with a competitive advantage, thereby enabling it to take advantage of refined product spreads.

Third largest retail station operator in Malaysia. Petron Malaysia (Petron), a major fuel retail distributor in Malaysia, has the third largest market share in the country behind Shell and Petronas Dagangan (PETD MK, NR). It owns over 580 service stations nationwide, distributing gasoline, diesel and LPG products.

Besides retail marketing, the company also owns an 88,000bpd refinery located in Port Dickson, Malaysia with a Nelson Complexity Index of 3. The refinery is capable of producing gasoline, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), kerosene and low sulphur waxy residue (LWSR). The refinery has an average utilisation rate of c.50% due to the unfavourable economics of LSWR which, in turn is due to its low complexity rate. The company is 73.4%-owned by Petron Corp, the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines.

The refinery could provide alpha. Its retail fuel segment plays a volume game, ie the more retail stations imply a higher volume. As such, we expect its retail volume to grow by c.4% each year, driven by the opening of new stations. Our base case scenario assumes Petron would open 15 new stations every year. Its commercial fuel segment earnings are driven by spreads for naphtha, kerosene and LSWR. We expect spreads for naphtha and kerosene to range between USD2-7/bbl for the long term. As such, we believe the commercial fuel would provide the company with a higher earnings growth potential, compared to that of its peers.

Healthy balance sheet. As of 1H17, it is a net cash company; we expect Petron to end FY17F in a net cash position. Total borrowings are at MYR66.4m, while its cash position is at MYR156m. This is comparable to the situation at the end-FY16, when it was in a net debt position of MYR136m. Net cash from operations and free cash flow has been on an increasing trend, attributed to better cost management as well as the asset performance mechanism (APM), which transmits changes in oil prices to retail fuel prices.

BUY. We initiate coverage on Petron with a BUY recommendation, supported by a TP of MYR16.20. We arrive at our TP by pegging a 12.5x P/E to FY18F EPS of MYR1.30. As a comparison, Petronas Dagangan is trading at 24.6x P/E for FY18, at a 70% premium to Petron. We like Petron as we believe its retail fuel segment would provide a stable base of earnings due to the APM mechanism, while its commercial fuel segment would provide an earnings boost, an advantage the company holds over its peers due to its refinery.
03/10/2017 09:41
pakatan_harapan2 If Pakatan in power tax more Carlsberg. We no need GST.
08/10/2017 03:02
Bulat useless may be other fee will increase leh
09/10/2017 12:52
Bulat the leasehold house property change to freehold house property i will vote
09/10/2017 12:53
Bulat must qurranty
09/10/2017 12:54


 

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