YTL Power International Berhad is an investment holding company, which provides administrative and technical support services. The Company operates in five segments: power generation (Contracted), multi utilities business (Merchant), Water and sewerage, mobile broadband network, and Investment holding and other businesses. Its subsidiaries are engaged in provision of wired line and wireless broadband access; developing and marketing voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephony and other advanced network media appliances for the service provider and enterprise telephony market; developing, constructing, completing, maintaining and operating power plants; own and operate energy facilities and services; oil trading and oil tank leasing; providing public entertainment, events and public relations services, and waste water services. On February 16, 2011, it acquired Extiva Communications Sdn Bhd. On October 27, 2011, the Company incorporated YTL Communications (S) Pte Ltd.
hng33Agreed, FY too confident is bad thing, especially in dealing today gov.
hng33Anyhow, the best is YTL granted extension even at lower rate to ensure steady earning, while awaiting Yes broadband and its 1 Bestarinet to bear fruit. YTLP no longer require huge capex for new IPP, reserve for better opportunity oversea or resume share buyback.
smartlytnb's sincerity is in -ve now. cant be trusted anymore. don't be fool next time.
smartlyfool once shame on tnb. fool twice shame on francis.
hng33So long cronyism still work in Msia, there are pretty of opportunity for FY to compensate shareholder 'loss'. In the pipeline are extension of exiting IPP, Express rail link extent to Serembran and Melaka and High speed rail etc.
hng33Ha ha, why sell now and realize loss !? unless you have better other potential stock to compensate the loss, otherwise, just keep it as the share price already at almost lowest level, further downside risk already minimum. Wait for next catalyst wither extension of its IPP or resume share buyback or another round of share dividend distribution to reward/compensate shareholder loss