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KLSE : SONA       SONA PETROLEUM BERHAD
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
0.40   0.00 (0.00%)  0.40 - 0.41  4,318,100

Financials

Annual Result:
F.Y. Revenue ('000) Profit Attb. to SH ('000) EPS (Cent) PE DPS (Cent) DY NAPS ROE (%)
2013-12-31 - -6,340 1.00 44.50 PE for Financial Year: 2013-12-31 Stock Price : 0.445 (2013-12-31)
EPS : 1.00
P/E Ratio: 44.50
- - 0.0400 25.00 View Source Financial Year: 2013-12-31

SONA-AnnualReport2013.pdf SONA-AnnualReport2013.pdf

Sona - AFS 31.12.2013 (Part 1).pdf Sona - AFS 31.12.2013 (Part 1).pdf

Sona - AFS 31.12.2013 (Part 2).pdf Sona - AFS 31.12.2013 (Part 2).pdf

2012-12-31 - -75 - - - - - - View Source Financial Year: 2012-12-31


Quarter Result:
F.Y. Quarter Revenue ('000) Profit before Tax ('000) Profit ('000) Profit Attb. to SH ('000) EPS (Cent) DPS (Cent) NAPS
2014-12-31 2014-06-30 - -7,467 -9,019 -9,019 -1.00 - 0.0400 View Source Quarter: 2014-06-30

Financial Results - Qtr1-14-Final (30.06.2014).pdf Financial Results - Qtr1-14-Final (30.06.2014).pdf

2013-12-31 2013-12-31 - -4,356 -5,577 -5,577 1.00 - 0.0400 View Source Quarter: 2013-12-31

SONA Reports - Second half year period.pdf SONA Reports - Second half year period.pdf

2013-12-31 2013-06-30 - -743 -763 -763 -0.95 - 0.0900 View Source Quarter: 2013-06-30

SONA - Report - 30 June 13 - Final.pdf SONA - Report - 30 June 13 - Final.pdf

- 2012-12-31 - -74 -74 -74 - - - View Source Quarter: 2012-12-31
- 2012-06-30 - -1 -1 -1 -59,050.00 - - View Source Quarter: 2012-06-30

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nice1 wti usd 55.20
19/12/2014 20:49
nice1 at least the kaki goreng is back down to earth
last time used to say TP 4.0 - pure bs
19/12/2014 20:53
nice1 wti usd 58.2 - up
brent usd 62

oil prices stabilised upward

good signs for overall market
20/12/2014 09:00
king of stock start mon attack sona ,ifca,armada Start from 22.12 until 31.12 one day up 20 point
Klci index end of year 2014 is 1850 abovr
20/12/2014 11:09
Ring Gulf braces for tough times over oil price plunge
Posted on December 20, 2014, Saturday

KUWAIT CITY: Gulf countries are bracing for tough times as vital oil revenues fall and after they missed a golden opportunity to diversify their economies in a decade of unprecedented windfalls, analysts say.

The six nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – could soon start reeling from falling oil prices, which have dropped by half from their 2014 highs to around US$60 a barrel.

Pumping about 17.5 million barrels per day, GCC countries are forecast to lose at least half their oil revenues, or around US$350 billion a year, at current price levels.

Oil revenues make up around 90 per cent of income for most GCC states and with prices now below budget forecasts, their governments are looking at certain deficits next year.

Spending cuts are sure to follow – and possibly even the region’s first taxes – raising fears of public discontent and eventually an economic slowdown.

The oil price drop has also sent Gulf stock prices plummeting, wiping out billions of dollars of market value across the region and hurting major private firms like developer Emaar Properties and builder Arabtec Holding.

The heart of the problem, leading Kuwaiti economist Jassem al-Saadun said, is that Gulf states failed to seize on surging energy revenues to build up their economies outside the oil sector.

“Gulf states have missed an important opportunity to reform and build a real diversified economy,” Saadun said.

“Public spending has soared to new record highs and it was not for vital infrastructure projects to diversify the economy,” Saadun said.

“It was mostly for wages, salaries and subsidies… and handouts for buying political loyalty especially after the Arab Spring.”

Economists are warning that even with the huge reserves many have built up, a prolonged drop in oil prices will hit Gulf states hard.

“The prevailing growth model for most oil-exporting countries has left them vulnerable to a sustained decline in oil prices,” the International Monetary Fund said in a research bulletin last week headlined: “It is high time to diversify”.

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s is warning that an extended decline in oil prices will likely slow the Gulf economies, reducing spending on their massive infrastructure projects and hitting the private sector.

S&P has lowered its outlooks for Saudi Arabia, Oman and Bahrain, though it has maintained their ratings because of their impressive reserves.
20/12/2014 15:57
pisangkuat No worry lah...klse nxt week will up...najib ady announce economy recovery plan admist oil price, palm oil and ringgit weaken....najib say we can export sunat technology..wakaka...oil price and palm oil price dwn nvrmind...we hv sunat technology...brilliant
20/12/2014 17:06
king of stock start mon attack sona ,ifca,armada ATTACK!!! MON TARGET SONA-WA 14SEN SONA BREAK 41SEN
21/12/2014 15:38
bracoli Kos plz prove urself! Kikiki
21/12/2014 16:33
nice1 wti usd 57.89
22/12/2014 10:20
hotshotinvestor Nice1, Do google difference between wti, brent and tapis.
22/12/2014 14:55


 

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