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1,387 comment(s). Last comment by Panorama1 at Nov 18, 2019 8:32 AM
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soh
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Posted by soh > Oct 30, 2019 8:36 AM | Report Abuse

every year earn money


mancingbursa
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Posted by mancingbursa > Oct 30, 2019 5:01 PM | Report Abuse

Buy 19.24
When come down I thought maybe I was wrong but today give me high five !


LouiseS
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Posted by LouiseS > Oct 30, 2019 5:32 PM | Report Abuse

Public Bank had good performance in last five years, earning per share increased steadily from 123.7 to 144.4sen. Company management is good, with return on equity 14.8% and cost to income ratio 33%. With recent dip in the share price, now may be a good time to invest in this counter when P/E ratio still at relatively low level (13.59). Overtime, share price may rebound making it too expensive. Although total annual dividend payout of 70sen per share is quite high, at current share price dividend yield is around 3.62% only, not too attractive to invest for the purpose of dividend return. Could be worthy to invest looking forward to future appreciation of share price.

https://louisesinvesting.blogspot.com/2019/10/comments-on-public-bank-berhad-1295.html


jiunn
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Posted by jiunn > Oct 31, 2019 10:39 AM | Report Abuse

***MELETOP ....MELETOP......MELETOP



BUY BUY BUY !! STRONG SAPO.....INDEX "1700" COMING END OF YEAR!!!


limchimleong
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Posted by limchimleong > Oct 31, 2019 12:06 PM | Report Abuse

bought some at 19.30.


Cindy
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Posted by Cindy > Oct 31, 2019 1:38 PM | Report Abuse

gambateh...


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Oct 31, 2019 2:47 PM | Report Abuse

Fed Cuts Rates a Quarter Point, Powell Says Policy in Good Place
By Christopher Condon and Steve Matthews
October 31, 2019, 2:00 AM GMT+8
Updated on October 31, 2019, 9:02 AM GMT+8
Fed chairman says baseline economic outlook remains favorable
Policy likely to remain appropriate if data confirm outlook


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Oct 31, 2019 4:48 PM | Report Abuse

wah wah

break 20.00 finally

uptrend liao


sheldon
857 posts

Posted by sheldon > Oct 31, 2019 5:15 PM | Report Abuse

Chi bai - I wanted to buy but hesitated. Looks like the bus has left!


RainT
4709 posts

Posted by RainT > Oct 31, 2019 9:36 PM | Report Abuse

go go go to 25.00


yakuza
42 posts

Posted by yakuza > Nov 1, 2019 9:36 AM | Report Abuse

now its doing offer.


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Nov 1, 2019 11:22 AM | Report Abuse

very obvious

yesterday break 20.00 due to fund support

today lembik back to below 20.00


POORDAD
230 posts

Posted by POORDAD > Nov 1, 2019 11:33 AM | Report Abuse

walau... go longkang again. shark goreng bank stocks now?


mancingbursa
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Posted by mancingbursa > Nov 1, 2019 12:04 PM | Report Abuse

Test water


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Nov 1, 2019 3:22 PM | Report Abuse

1 day show


POORDAD
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Posted by POORDAD > Nov 1, 2019 5:29 PM | Report Abuse

i went in at 19.80 :~(


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Nov 2, 2019 5:22 PM | Report Abuse

@poordad

u should have went in at 19.06

that is wide margin of safety


ahbah
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Posted by ahbah > Nov 4, 2019 1:06 PM | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 4): MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd Research has maintained its positive rating on the Malaysian banking sector as loans growth continued to be stable in September.

It also opined that banking stocks at the current juncture continue to be undervalued even though fundamentals remain intact.

Its top picks for the sector include Malayan Banking Bhd (Buy, TP: RM10.30), CIMB Group Holdings Bhd (Buy, TP: RM6.30) and Public Bank Bhd (Buy, TP: RM24.00).


lilychan
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Posted by lilychan > Nov 4, 2019 2:44 PM | Report Abuse

up little will close 20


POORDAD
230 posts

Posted by POORDAD > Nov 4, 2019 8:15 PM | Report Abuse

epf really throwing it away :(


Vulture123
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Posted by Vulture123 > Nov 5, 2019 3:23 PM | Report Abuse

BNM OPR maintained. Positive for banking stocks.


Fabien "The Efficient Capital Allocater"
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Posted by Fabien "The Efficient Capital Allocater" > Nov 7, 2019 5:36 PM | Report Abuse

Very stable performance. ROE remains good at 13%.


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Nov 7, 2019 10:58 PM | Report Abuse

No matter bad economy condition

Pbbank still stable

Good


Jeffreyteck
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Posted by Jeffreyteck > Nov 8, 2019 11:27 AM | Report Abuse

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is proposing to set a cash transaction limit (CTL) of RM25,000 next year, as part of its initiative to continue curbing financial crimes. A CTL is the cap on the physical cash amount that can be paid per transaction.... haha, later on can start charging more and higher online transactions.


kaleemtheman
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Posted by kaleemtheman > Nov 8, 2019 5:07 PM | Report Abuse

Revenue for the quarter ended Sept 30, 2019 was flat at RM5.61 billion against RM5.62 billion previously, according to the bank’s filing with Bursa Malaysia.

Net profit for the first nine months of the year was down 1.9% at RM4.11 billion against RM4.19 billion in the same period last year, while revenue rose 2.3% to RM16.78 billion from RM16.41 billion.


Vulture123
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Posted by Vulture123 > Nov 9, 2019 8:16 AM | Report Abuse

SRR cut can support growth momentum by providing additional liquidity to the financial system. Banks would have more cash for tactical maneuvering as keeping their funds as SRR would not earn them any return and this will also reduce their cost of funds albeit marginally. Additional liquidity (RM7-8 billion) would help to stimulate lending activities at a time when loan growth has been moderating. Reduction in banks’ cost of funds will widen their margins. There will be buying impetus for banking stocks in the near term at least.


apple168
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Posted by apple168 > Nov 9, 2019 7:19 PM | Report Abuse

https://www.sinchew.com.my/pad/con/content_2143634.html


KK93
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Posted by KK93 > Nov 9, 2019 10:22 PM | Report Abuse

跟进Q3财报

https://mao-kid.blogspot.com/2019/11/pbbank-1295-2019-q3.html


Fabien "The Efficient Capital Allocater"
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Posted by Fabien "The Efficient Capital Allocater" > Nov 11, 2019 4:18 PM | Report Abuse

Book Value BV Growth
Q319 10.97 3.98%
2018 10.55 8.99%
2017 9.68 9.26%
2016 8.86 9.52%
2015 8.09 11.43%
2014 7.26

P/BV FV
Y1 10.9746 2.0 21.95
2.1 23.05
2.2 24.14
2.3 25.24
2.4 26.34
2.5 27.44

Assume to grow at GDP 4.5%
P/BV FV
Y2 11.4685 2.0 22.94
2.1 24.08
2.2 25.23
2.3 26.38
2.4 27.52
2.5 28.67

Y3 11.9845 P/BV FV
2.0 23.97
2.1 25.17
2.2 26.37
2.3 27.56
2.4 28.76
2.5 29.96

Possible range of FV depending on P/BV multiple
P/BV = market psychology


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Nov 13, 2019 12:55 PM | Report Abuse

Hong Kong faces more protests after clashes at university
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Students are seeking to have police banned from entering campuses
Hong Kong is facing another day of anti-government protests after a night of pitched battle at a top university.

At the Chinese University of Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as protesters ignited fires and petrol bombs until the early hours.

Considerable student anger over police moving their operation onto campuses was matched by police warning that the rule of law was close to "collapse".

Riot police continue to be deployed across the city.

The police decision to enter campuses signals a shift in strategy, correspondents say, as they have largely avoided clearance operations at schools and universities.


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Nov 13, 2019 1:03 PM | Report Abuse

Hong Kong protests continue to disrupt operations of local banks
Banks advise customers to use mobile banking amid suspension of the services of a set of branches due to protests.


Continuing protests in Hong Kong keep disrupting the operations of local banks. Today, a number of bank branches are closed due to what is (in a politically correct manner) referred to as “public events”.

HSBC published a notice on its website warning that several of its branches are closed today:



“HSBC University of Hong Kong Branch, Festival Walk Branch & Premier Centre, Jade Plaza Branch, Central Branch & Premier Centre, Exchange Square Branch & Premier Centre are closed on 12 November 2019 due to public events. HSBC customers can use the Bank’s Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, Phone Banking or self-service banking terminals. We are sorry for the inconvenience and will provide updates on the operation of our outlets as the situation evolves”.

Standard Chartered has informed its customers of nine branches affected by the “public events”.


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Nov 14, 2019 1:41 PM | Report Abuse

Hong Kong protests: ‘rioters’ tried to shoot us with arrows, police say as fourth day of mayhem hits city
Protesters block Cross-Harbour tunnel and Tolo Highway remains closed
City leader Carrie Lam holds late-night meeting with senior ministers to discuss crisis


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Nov 14, 2019 1:50 PM | Report Abuse

Dozens of foreign students have been urged to leave Hong Kong after another night of clashes left several people seriously injured.

A worker for the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department, struck by an object thrown by protesters earlier on Wednesday, was in critical condition, according to the government. A 15-year-old believed to have been hit in the head by a tear-gas canister has reportedly suffered a skull fracture.

A man dressed in black and around the age of 30 was found dead in Tsuen Wan in Hong Kong’s New Territories, according to police who said he appeared to have fallen from a building.


masterus
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Posted by masterus > Nov 14, 2019 1:52 PM | Report Abuse

On Thursday, foreign students including mainland Chinese students were evacuating Hong Kong after several universities emerged as battlegrounds as protesters tried to prevent police from storming their campuses.


masterus
1171 posts

Posted by masterus > Nov 14, 2019 9:57 PM | Report Abuse

Protest chaos leads to the most bank branch closings in Hong Kong’s history other than during typhoons
250 bank branches, 19 per cent of the city’s outlets, were closed the whole day while another 100 closed earlier than usual
ATMs, online banking remain open


Panorama1
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Posted by Panorama1 > Nov 18, 2019 8:25 AM | Report Abuse

Enough warnings have been given. This is no longer peaceful “democracy protest“ as arrows and Petrol bombs have been used and the “protesters” are not even respecting/hurting others with differing views. If HK police still unable to quell the violence. PLA should move in.aggressively before public services( ie. hospitals etc.) get affected and innocent people lives and livelihood are affected. Otherwise, it will be too late and HK will not recover economically.


Panorama1
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Posted by Panorama1 > Nov 18, 2019 8:32 AM | Report Abuse

All these “thugs/terrorist” should be given criminal records. The HK students and their parents better realised that they are no longer employable once with a criminal records before it is too late. No employers (even prestigious Multi-National Firms/Companies) will employ such “thugs/terrorist”. They should stop all these violence now. Only peaceful protests acceptable. A wreck economy will affect the livelihood of innocent people.

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