AbudanceBuy with his salary which he took from investors! I hope now it will fly!!
callme777He is buying because there is no QA la. Of got how to buy, it would be called insider trading. Obviously he is buying for the 11 percent return after 1 year plus. Forget about this counter.mthere is no QA. This director made millions sitting down for few years. God bless them. What goes around comes around. I believe in Karma
jasonorcirit birit since ipo.... kampung mgmt. goyang kaki take gaji buta. if u guys saw those directors on the streets, pls throw them with rotten eggs, vegetables or better still, a durian. lastly,if no other options, then throw ur shoes at them also no prob.. haha.....
prc4wifefeNanti kena tangkap Polis lah....throw AGM time lah
menlywah lao eh! director buy more share so very good mean they confident. if they sell then company kaput liao. now still cheap to buy more.
Director/management shares not entitled to distribution(of trust monies/payback)
Shares purchased from the mkt are entitled under 2 conditions
a)vote against QA
b) expiry with no QA
callme777This stock has no QA. The management is not interested at all. Just keep for the good returns. Warrant holders just sell!
joerakmomanagement buying shares for the distribution....LOL
RingBrent steadies above US$78 a barrel Publish date: Fri, 21 Nov 01:04 LONDON: Brent crude oil steadied above US$78 a barrel yesterday as reports that oil producers would agree to cut output next week offset weak economic data from China and Europe.
Ministers from the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will meet in Vienna on November 27 to decide how to respond to a collapse in oil prices that have fallen more than 30 percent in five months.
Brent was up 25 cents at US$78.35 a barrel by 1315GMT after closing 37 cents down in the previous session. US crude was down 15 cents at US$74.43 a barrel.
Oil prices have come under intense pressure over the last few months as North American shale oil production of high quality, light oil has overwhelmed demand at a time of lacklustre economic growth in many parts of the world.
"We've had disappointing data from China and Europe, and US crude inventories are high, so there's plenty of supply, but tepid demand," said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets. Reuters