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2.39   -0.06 (2.45%)  2.38 - 2.40  13,500
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09-Jun-2017 28-Jun-2017 30-Jun-2017 CONSOLIDATION Share Consolidation 10 : 1 Dividend Detail
03-May-2016 13-May-2016 17-May-2016 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 1 : 2 Dividend Detail
29-Jan-2010 22-Feb-2010 24-Feb-2010 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 1 : 1 Dividend Detail
14-Apr-2000 09-May-2000 15-May-2000 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 1 : 3 Dividend Detail
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Orson Chin Deeply undervalue many many many year edy....
Y all investor don't buy this share sure got reason 1 ......
29/06/2017 17:08
ivan9511 i just wonder actually how much it nta now . why still not yet updated
29/06/2017 17:49
Orson Chin Don't jump to this shit....
29/06/2017 21:25
volks2 sad...everyday laosai
30/06/2017 17:25
AmstrongKL Haha.
It is good. I am waiting for it to go back to 24 sen. Might take some time. Maybe end of this year?
30/06/2017 18:22
ivan9511 this con man not adjust nta back to 9 ringgit . mean we kena con by 10 to 1.
wrf this mf boss want to made his share price up to 2.20 with his shit only worth 20 sen.
the stupid director must be laughing at us and making us look like idiot.
how can they approve this stupid act.
the director please go back to work as a security guard. you don't know how to do your job . i find any kid also better than you.
because you have all the good property and assets but you waste all that.
last time mulp share price very high you made it drop till 20sen . now you scare it drop lower than nexgram and tiger counters so you con our share become 10 times smaller then it can drop again .
01/07/2017 02:47
ivan9511 this con man not adjust nta back to 9 ringgit . mean we kena con by 10 to 1.
wrf this mf boss want to made his share price up to 2.20 with his shit only worth 20 sen.
the stupid director must be laughing at us and making us look like idiot.
how can they approve this stupid act.
the director please go back to work as a security guard. you don't know how to do your job . i find any kid also better than you.
because you have all the good property and assets but you waste all that.
last time mulp share price very high you made it drop till 20sen . now you scare it drop lower than nexgram and tiger counters so you con our share become 10 times smaller then it can drop again .
01/07/2017 02:49
newbie4444 Hubline in making? Drop below RM 2 possible?
01/07/2017 04:57
hng33 Mulpha’s 22.6% stake in Aveo is valued at A$374.43mil (RM1.23bil), higher than its own RM719.14mil market capitalisation on Bursa Malaysia.
Unlike Mulpha, Aveo appears to have a better following too.
Six research houses covering the stock on the Australian Securities Exchange or ASX have “buy” calls, Bloomberg data shows.
On the other hand, market observers say that Mulpha has not attracted much institutional interest mainly due to a lack of analyst coverage and low corporate visibility, coupled with volatile earnings.
Lee, through the family’s privately held vehicles, controls a 44.96% stake in Mulpha – an investment holding company engaged in the property development and investment, hospitality, retirement and healthcare sectors in Malaysia, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, besides Australia.
In Malaysia, the company is the developer of the 1,765-acre Leisure Farm in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor.
Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, it has a strategic investment in the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, which is located in London’s Mayfair district.
Elsewhere, Mulpha also has a 19.84% stake in power, infrastructure and construction company Mudajaya Group Bhd.
As at March 31, Mulpha’s net tangible assets stood at RM9.60, while its share price was RM2.19 at the close yesterday.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2017/07/01/mulpha-goes-under-the-spotlight/#k3yLs8uFMXJysf3B.99
01/07/2017 08:22
chinaman Since AVEO 77% shareholders motive-co-incident many are Aveo residents-to play politics by kicking out Mulpha; won't it be better off just cash out, reduce debts with some dividend to shareholders which we always lament lack of? so many years holding with nothing in return sure make everyone shun mulpha. Lee said its due to undervalued cause it use share buyback instead of dividend; somehow unappeciated as reward to shareholders. But, shareholders said its due no dividend-no one support it. its an chicken and egg argument.
01/07/2017 13:31
TheContrarian When was the last time Mulpha ever paid a dividend? I think never before.
01/07/2017 14:51
Lewis Lee Do you think this is a conman's company ?
Never reward shareholders with dividends but keep having rights issue to con shareholders ??
Where are all those money gone through out the years ?? channeling off overseas and manipulating with takeover merger etc and went into conman's pocket ??
01/07/2017 17:24
ivan9511 actually we concerned on dividend. what the f they keep asking money from shareholders but not even pay any penny.
is they want follow cap counter . mean later suddenly declared a super loss account than said bye bye to us.
the mupla share last time was very high then lowest 19 sen
people loss until cannot recognised mama liao.
this mulpha should be brother of redchips
01/07/2017 17:32
chinaman SYDNEY: US private equity giant TPG Capital Sunday walked away from its offer to buy Fairfax Media, with reports saying the embattled Australian media empire would spin-off its property advertising business instead.

TPG and its partner Canada’s Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board was in a bidding war with US investment firm Hellman & Friedman — former owners of US multimedia company Getty Images and German publisher Axel Springer — over Fairfax.

TPG made an offer in May of Aus$1.20 (92 US cents) a share that valued Fairfax at Aus$2.82-Aus$2.87 billion, while Hellman & Friedman proposed to buy the firm at Aus$1.225-Aus$1.250 a share.

But after a period of due diligence, TPG said it was withdrawing from the sale process.

“The TPG/OTTP consortium has today (Sunday) exited the Fairfax due diligence process and has elected not to proceed with an offer,” a TPG spokesman said in a statement.

“TPG thanks the Board and senior management team of Fairfax for the integrity and focus they have brought to the discussions.”

Hellman & Friedman on Friday sent a letter to Fairfax’s board saying it had not walked away, but did not submit a binding bid, Fairfax publication The Australian Financial Review reported.

Both offers were for the entire firm, which includes mastheads The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and Financial Review, the lucrative property advertising Domain Group and its events and digital business units.

Without any binding offers, Fairfax was expected to end the buyout process Monday and instead announce plans first flagged in February to spin-off Domain, the Financial Review added.

Fairfax had previously said it wanted to list Domain as a separate entity while retaining up to 70 percent of its shares.

Like its global peers, Fairfax has slashed jobs and costs owing to falling circulation and advertising revenue.

But Domain has fared better, with chief executive Greg Hywood telling a business conference in May that revenues jumped 10 percent in the first 17 weeks of this year.

The group is the main rival in Australia to News Limited, Rupert Murdoch’s Australian empire, which is also suffering from falling revenues.
02/07/2017 15:53
chinaman so, now we can figure why Fairfax must sell sensationalised, malicious news to keep floating. its in big trouble actually with no bidder for it. wa kaka. This is karma
02/07/2017 15:57
hng33 Mulpha associate, Aveo group, traded in Australia exchange have payout attractive dividend.

Mulpha have recently increase further stake in Aveo through open market + Aveo itself also have initiate share buyback to up to 9% of total issue capital
03/07/2017 10:12
Shark 0043
04/07/2017 08:48
Orson Chin See... Keep drop everyday .... Mgt is asshxxx
04/07/2017 11:18
taitaumau Just can't help, given the present bearish sentiment
04/07/2017 11:34
chinaman Following Lee Eng Leong's appointment as executive director on 3 july, he has relinquished his role as group CFO of MIB
04/07/2017 16:57
chinaman very aggressive Lee attack again. This time via HKG listed Sun Hung Kai & Co, buy Ardent Leisure-theme park operator in AU, NZ which is in trouble now....waloe....Lee- why can't show your real power push-up own share first before attack others?? till now, all ikan bilis supporters still suffering under your lousy leadership????
05/07/2017 09:31
hng33 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian tycoon Lee Seng Huang, who was recently in the news for the wrong reasons, is back in the news: This time for buying a 5.3% stake in an Australian company that runs theme parks, including Dreamworld.
Lee, the executive chairman of Malaysian-listed Mulpha International, used his Hong Kong-listed Sun Hung Kai & Co Limited to buy shares in Ardent Leisureh, The Australian reported.

According to the report, Ardent shares leapt by 7.14% to A$2.025 in early morning trade. Investors are speculating that the deep-pocketed Malaysian billionaire could work with other investors to overhaul the theme park owner.
Ardent shares crashed to A$1.91 in late June after the company revealed its earnings would fall below expectations.
Last week a scandal erupted in Australia over a swindling racket allegedly run by Australia’s largest listed retirement village operator, Aveo, in which Lee reportedly holds a 22.6% stake.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that a joint Fairfax Media-Four Corners investigation had uncovered a “litany of questionable business practices” at Aveo including churning of residents, fee gouging, safety issues and misleading marketing promises “made to some of the country’s most vulnerable people”.

Lee denied that Aveo was exploiting residents at its 89 retirement villages in Australia. He said: “”To take a few complaint cases and blow it out of proportion makes a great story but unfortunately, it is very unfair to our dedicated team that is doing the best it can in offering the highest levels of care to the Aveo residents.”

According to the Ardent Leisure Group website, it is a specialist operator of leisure and entertainment assets across Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

The Group owns and operates Dreamworld, WhiteWater World, SkyPoint, SkyPoint Climb, d’Albora Marinas, Hypoxi Body Contouring, Goodlife health clubs, AMF and Kingpin bowling centres across Australia and New Zealand.
The Australian reported that the company was struggling to recover from a tragedy at the park last year in which four people died.

Theme park visits were down nearly 36% in May compared with the previous corresponding period, while revenues were down nearly A$4 million, said the report.

Lee’s chief lieutenant in Australia is former Ardent boss Greg Shaw, who led the company for 13 years before being dumped by the board in early 2015.

Shaw, according to the report, was replaced by former magazine editor Deborah Thomas, prompting a share market rout. He then joined Lee, to helm Mulpha’s Australian property and hotels arm.Last month, Dreamworks was rocked by the sudden exit of Thomas.The Australian report said with Shaw at his side, Lee was likely to agitate for significant changes at the group.
05/07/2017 10:50
chinaman Instead of become Ardent's white knight- why not become own saviour first? Charity starts at home ma...don't tell me Lee not aware that everyone is pissed off with its Mafia's performance...wa kaka
05/07/2017 12:27
voon1900 wah...jatuh teruk...siapa beli itu ...gudluck
05/07/2017 14:57
chinaman Mr Lee Seng Huang already have 48.72% stake, so far. will Mulpha MGO soon?
06/07/2017 19:26
TheContrarian No MGO for Mulpha. Next year another rights issue.
06/07/2017 20:07
chinaman TheContrarian is Lee, Mulpha boss himself who talk bad of own co. wakaka....
07/07/2017 09:35
chinaman your guys fallen into foxy Lee's trap...he purposely push down price to speed up MGO at peanut price...highly manipulated to downside
07/07/2017 09:51
newbies95y buy. sure good. I trust calvin and kc. buy!
09/07/2017 16:25
AmstrongKL Please buy as much as you can faster & push up the price. I need to unload before the next right issue. Thank you very much.
11/07/2017 02:03
ivan9511 mULPHA FASTER ask right issue at cheap price because I want to see someone kill you ,
or maybe Mulpha'boss just buy a knife and suicide first , otherwise someone will kill you for such con
12/07/2017 00:21
ivan9511 NTA (RM)
: 0.960
Par Value (RM)
: 0.500

nta 96sen , boss maDE the price up to 2 ringgit
either he want goreng up otherwise is he want we all DIE
now this very dangerous , suddenly can up suddenly can down like Parkson .
15/07/2017 00:51
hng33 Gradually recovering
20/07/2017 14:51
Cherischeng Hi, is anyone know that 2.20 is consider 20sen or 2 ringgit? Because I get confused when the agent tell me it's 20sen... And I don't know how to identify it
20/07/2017 16:45
Orson Chin 0.22 lo
20/07/2017 17:23
Cherischeng But why before that it had written as 0.22, and now 2.20?
20/07/2017 21:08
ks55 Mulpha got Leisure Farm mah.
Coastal Highway Southern Link already completed.
Leisure Farm to Singapore takes only 5 minutes........

21/07/2017 14:41
hng33 :D)
21/07/2017 14:42
ks55 Singaporean can now buy Good Class Bungalow (GCB) in JB for less than S$2.00 million

GCB of similar type in Singapore cost S$ 15.00 million.........
21/07/2017 14:49
firehawk Cherischeng, is 2.20 lo
21/07/2017 15:05
Cherischeng Frehawk... Alright... Thanks
22/07/2017 09:49
ks55 Mulpha puts Australia’s Hayman Island on market for RM 1000 million.
Good news?
Sure it is.
Extraordinary gain in excess of RM600m.
No wonder Mulpha is on the way up, and up, and up...........and UPPPPPPPP.....

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2017/07/22/mulpha-puts-australias-hayman-island-on-market/#Oi8LOwJw86ddSgAQ.99
22/07/2017 12:04
hng33 :DDD)
26/07/2017 15:13
Ktteh Got good news?
28/07/2017 09:35
Orson Chin Con ppl again ...
30/07/2017 00:27
chongyo don't trust the Lee. There is better stock out there to pick!
30/07/2017 13:38
Jeffreyteck I don't know for those long term investors how much you have received dividend from this company and what is the share price movement for the past 10 years?
14/08/2017 16:34
hng33 sold back mulpha at 2.38-2.43, lock paper profit, free up capital
14/08/2017 17:00
Jeffreyteck Great, never support company which does not reward minority SH, we only lose out the opportunity gains, if any.
16/08/2017 13:02
apple4ver Mulpha's 22.6% associate AVEO posted 2H profit after tax of A$131.6m (RM442m). Mulpha's share for 2Q2017 ~RM80m+ (after deducting RM18.8 associates share of results in 1Q2017). Other Mulpha's major associates are 33% New Pegasus (London Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel) and 24.5% Thriven
16/08/2017 15:28


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