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Mearz1993 Today case 4000. Good pma. Aviation industry in covid time? U need to hold this at least another 3 yrs waiting for this industry to recover. I just advise better off using ur capital to gain profit in another industry. But if u already go all in...wait for profit then run away or stay forever in this stock with no profit.
21/01/2021 7:36 PM
MoneyMakers Soo simple minded covid cases 4K alrdy panic..fyi Malaysia not even in Top 100 in terms of cases per population..vaccine easily settle
21/01/2021 7:43 PM
ruby92 Ahhaha I’m tony father then
21/01/2021 7:47 PM
kingpuk91 Mearz1993 acted like god but scared like child. hahahah
21/01/2021 8:28 PM
Woodswater https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/airasia-group-proposes-private-placement-raise-rm4545-million-address-interim-cash-flow
21/01/2021 8:33 PM
Woodswater PP 68 c

2molo AA can reach TP of 60 - 70 c liao
21/01/2021 8:52 PM
ruby92 it's gonna be buying spree hehe
21/01/2021 8:59 PM
PARKER nose dive lai liao!
21/01/2021 9:05 PM
smartly holland.....
21/01/2021 9:34 PM
21/01/2021 9:39 PM
Woodswater 49.99 c
21/01/2021 9:57 PM
ykyew11 Average price after factoring the new shares @0.68 from PP should be at roughly 0.72. I think that AA will close lower but of course, anything can happen depending on market sentiment. I also think that RI will be delayed since I assume this PP will be utilised by AA to buy time.
21/01/2021 10:09 PM
Woodswater Bware of trading
Must settle b4 June to avoid declare PN 17 status

21/01/2021 10:16 PM
oskchoon After PP, the total shares is 4.1 billion, then may be first shares consolidation exercise 10 into one or 5 into 1, subsequently right issue to raise fresh capital to salvage the Air Asia...
21/01/2021 10:21 PM
MoneyMakers Just fund-raising exercise, fastest way to raise money..Best to get this PP out the way, everyone expecting it alrdy
21/01/2021 10:40 PM
Dartmaster WAH PP tomorrow drop 10cent for sure
21/01/2021 10:41 PM
Martingale Already know that Airasia will need to raise fresh fund or money. If got investors willing to fork out money to take up 454m PP, this shows "those" investors confidence in AA businesses. Any new fund coming in is good for Airasia, at least increase the chances of airasia to stay in business.

As existing shareholders, of course share will diluted.
21/01/2021 10:45 PM
ocpd i wonder who are the fools that gonna buy up the PP?
21/01/2021 10:54 PM
BloomBird Israel: Over 12,000 people test positive for COVID-19 after receiving Pfizer vaccine
WION Web Team
Jerusalem Published: Jan 21, 2021, 09.42 AM(IST)

Israel's health ministry tested 189,000 people after they vaccinated by Pfizer's vaccine and 6.6 per cent of the people still tested positive for COVID-19

More than 12,400 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Israel after getting inoculated by the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine, including 69 people who had taken their second jab.

Israel's health ministry tested 189,000 people after they vaccinated by Pfizer's vaccine and 6.6 per cent of the people still tested positive for COVID-19
Earlier, Nachman Ash, national coordinator on the pandemic had said that Pfizer's vaccine was "less effective than we had thought".

Israel launched a vaccination drive on December 19 with a focus on the elderly, those with risky medical conditions and some emergency workers. More than a quarter of its citizens have now received the Pfizer Inc. vaccine, health officials say.

About a quarter of Israelis have received their first vaccine shot and 3.5 per cent already got their second dose.

Since the rollout of vaccinations one month ago, the Jewish state had inoculated more than 2.2 million of its nine million inhabitants, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said Tuesday.
21/01/2021 11:01 PM
BloomBird Here are 7 of the biggest coronavirus vaccine myths busted by experts

21/01/2021 11:03 PM
BloomBird Mutation is a threat to COVID-19 containment efforts - Merkel
Germans should take a new variant of the coronavirus believed to spread much faster very seriously or else risk a third wave of infections, Chancellor Angela Merkel said during a news conference on Thursday. "The mutation of the virus is a threat," said Merkel. I urge people to take this seriously.
Reuters | Berlin | Updated: 21-01-2021 15:51 IST | Created: 21-01-2021 15:45 IST

Germans should take a new variant of the coronavirus believed to spread much faster very seriously or else risk a third wave of infections, Chancellor Angela Merkel said during a news conference on Thursday.

"The mutation of the virus is a threat," said Merkel. "The mutation is much more infectious than we knew last year and this makes it more difficult to control the pandemic. I urge people to take this seriously. Otherwise it is difficult to prevent a third wave."

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
21/01/2021 11:06 PM
swagger855 Uk covid cases going down because of vacinne. Just buy on dip
21/01/2021 11:16 PM
yong1985cm but the number of death in UK still increasing like no tml
21/01/2021 11:24 PM
ykyew11 From what I know, there is a lag between covid cases and deaths from covid.
21/01/2021 11:25 PM
Mearz1993 go go buy all, haha buy now,, ahah......good luck dont cry when lose money later wkwkwkkw
21/01/2021 11:27 PM
BloomBird The New COVID-19 Variant Sends Britain into a Crisis

By Anna Russell

January 21, 2021

At a press conference earlier this month, a few days before the U.K. government announced that the country had passed eighty thousand coronavirus deaths, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, briefed the public on the progress of the vaccine drive. He was flanked by the Chief Executive of N.H.S. England, Sir Simon Stevens, and, in full army fatigues, Brigadier Phil Prosser, a military commander enlisted to help with the rollout. Everyone looked a little pale. Prosser, speaking in a clipped, efficient monotone, described the vaccination effort as a logistical operation “unparalleled in its scale and complexity.” In thirty days, he said, “we have delivered 1.26 million doses of vaccine, hundreds of millions of consumable items, and established seven hundred and sixty-nine sites.” (On Monday, the government announced a further wave of vaccinations, bringing the total number vaccinated to just over four million.) “That’s the equivalent,” Prosser added, “to setting up a major supermarket chain in less than a month.”

Johnson has laid out plans to vaccinate four groups, including care-home workers and residents, frontline N.H.S. staff, the clinically vulnerable, and everyone over the age of seventy—fifteen million people altogether—by February 15th. These groups make up eighty-eight per cent of covid-19 deaths, and immunity for the most at risk could be reached by early March. But March feels a long way off. Last week, government officials toured broadcast studios (virtually) to hammer home the message that the virus is out of control. This past Monday, England’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, told the BBC that “the next few weeks are going to be the worst weeks of this pandemic,” in terms of hospital admissions. In England alone, he said, thirty thousand people are hospitalized with the virus, compared with eighteen thousand during the April peak. In London, where a new, more contagious variant has spread quickly, one in thirty people is infected. The British press is full of stories about ambulances waiting hours to offload patients into wards already stretched to capacity. Johnson called it “a perilous moment.”

Read The New Yorker’s complete news coverage and analysis of the coronavirus pandemic.
As the numbers keep ticking up, there’s a new chill in the air: Who’s breaking the rules? In Derbyshire, two women carrying coffee cups five miles from their respective homes were classed as picnickers and issued two-hundred-pound fines. (They were later rescinded.) Recently, Johnson was spotted on a bike ride seven miles from Downing Street, prompting heated debate about the meaning of the world “local.” (Kit Malthouse, a conservative M.P., described the bike ride as a “sort of Scotch-egg moment.” He was referring to an earlier phase of restrictions when some pubs, banned from serving alcohol without a “substantial meal,” added Scotch eggs to the menu.) The public has been advised to follow the spirit of the rules, and not look for ways to “flex” them. You should not use your daily exercise allotment to socialize. You should not fill a thermos with booze and wander the city for hours. You should not even, ideally, sit on a park bench for too long, unless you are very tired. In short, and when in doubt, you should not.

Millennial Politician Chlöe Swarbrick Challenges New Zealand’s Boomer Generation

“There have been mistakes made all the way along,” Dr. Kit Yates, a senior lecturer in mathematical biology at the University of Bath and author of “The Math of Life and Death,” told me recently. Yates is a member of Independent sage, an unofficial advisory group of scientists who have been critical of the government’s response. (The official scientific advisory group to the government is called, simply, sage.) “A huge number of deaths have been caused by the government not acting soon enough, at almost every stage,” he added. We were speaking the day after the U.K. had reported what was then its highest daily death toll of the pandemic: one thousand five hundred and sixty-four. Yates expected the number of daily deaths to climb for around two weeks. “Things are going to get really bad. We might be seeing plus-two thousand deaths reported on some days,” he said.

Much of that number can be traced back to the government’s slow response to the emergence of a new variant of the virus, known as B.1.1.7, which has ripped through Britain in recent weeks. First detected in the south of England in late September, B.1.1.7. is between thirty and fifty per cent more transmissible than previous forms of covid-19, scientists estimate. Its rise has been startling. On December 14th, the health secretary, Matt Hancock, alerted Parliament to the existence of the strain. Days later, Sir Patrick Vallance, the chief scientific adviser, warned that it was “becoming the dominant variant,” “beating all the others.” On December
21/01/2021 11:27 PM
BloomBird The New COVID-19 Variant Sends Britain into a Crisis
21/01/2021 11:29 PM
BloomBird 6.6% still tested positive after taking the Pfizer vaccine in Israel is no good. In Stage 3 clinical trial, only 6 out of 170 tested positive belongs to participants which had taken 2 doses of Pfizer, out of a pool 41,135 that went through the test. 6 out of 41,135 multiply by 2 (assuming half are given the vaccine and the other half placebo) is 0.03%. So 6.6% is 220 times more than expected.

And, if the precentage of people without vaccine but gotten infected is less than 6.6%, then the vaccine is causing more harm than good in actual, or that it may suggest the vaccine is ineffective against the new variant that we may have known or not known as yet.
21/01/2021 11:32 PM
ykyew11 This glove shareholder really spamming here. You do know that it takes 14 days for the vaccine to properly work right? So please stop spreading misinformation. Not surprise a glove shareholder is spreading this sort of falsehood, vested interested to keep this pandemic around.
21/01/2021 11:35 PM
samo50sg Wah... So which Big investor going to put 450 million into Airasia?
Don't need us shareholder to raise money anymore...

Which Big Investor so big shot cut queue?
21/01/2021 11:37 PM
samo50sg I thought PN 17? How come Investor will give free money to AA?
21/01/2021 11:40 PM
ykyew11 Not surprised there are investors for AA Private placement since AAX got Malaysian and Singaporean corporations willing to invest.
21/01/2021 11:44 PM
samo50sg 2.4 Placement arrangement The Placement Shares will be placed out to third party investor(s) to be identified later, who qualify under Schedule 6 and Schedule 7 of the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. The Placement Shares will not be placed out to the following parties: (i) a director, major shareholder or chief executive of AAGB or a holding company of AAGB (“Interested Person”); (ii) a person connected with an Interested Person; or (iii) nominee corporations, unless the names of the ultimate beneficiaries are disclosed. The Proposed Private Placement may be implemented in tranches within 6 months after the receipt of all relevant approvals for the Proposed Private Placement or any extended period as may be approved by Bursa Securities.
21/01/2021 11:44 PM
MoneyMakers Glove shareholders dunno how vaccine works..they just know to post news that have words “covid+crisis” etc without actually research cases now going down
21/01/2021 11:45 PM
ruby92 Haha relax guys. Everything is gonna be okay
21/01/2021 11:51 PM
BloomBird This will happen soon


Rights Issue of Shares with Warrants 5 : 3

Entitlement Details:
Renounceable rights issue of 9,986,925,145 new ordinary shares in Sapura
Energy Berhad ("SEB") ("SEB Shares") ("Rights Shares") at an issue price of
RM0.30 per Rights Share together with 998,692,514 free detachable warrants
("Warrants") on the basis of five (5) Rights Shares for every three (3) SEB
Shares held at 5:00 p.m. on 31 December 2018 and one (1) free Warrant for every
ten (10) Rights Shares subscribed ("Rights Issue of Shares with Warrants")
21/01/2021 11:52 PM
swagger855 The next airasia wont be the same as before. Airasia superapp will dominate the asean region and 50% of their revenue will be from other than flights. AA is becoming like gojek or grab but better. I will go long in AA once vaccine arrives on our shores and MCO stops. No more short term trades in AA.
21/01/2021 11:59 PM
ruby92 AA die, then I die also. hahaahha never back down
22/01/2021 12:01 AM
samo50sg PP and RI...? Glove investor too newbie to know the difference?
22/01/2021 12:03 AM
ruby92 Results from clinical trials of the new vaccine – developed and produced by Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen division – are expected by the end of this month.
22/01/2021 12:04 AM
ruby92 this single dose vaccine will be the game changer hehehe
22/01/2021 12:04 AM
samo50sg Or the sifus did not learn enough kungfu to teach the student to leave condominium made of rubber before it collapse and now hoping enough can try one last gasp to recover? Lol.


AA crew in Singapore also vaccinated. Go check twitter yourself.
22/01/2021 12:07 AM
ruby92 glove no hope already. only fools buy them
22/01/2021 12:08 AM
Goldgent Nanyang: 亚航私下配售20% 筹4.6亿应急
22/01/2021 12:09 AM
swagger855 https://simpleflying.com/airasia-50-percent-non-flying-revenue/
22/01/2021 12:18 AM
BloomBird https://www.wired.co.uk/article/covid-19-pandemic-over

This is what will happen to Covid-19 when the pandemic is over
It’s likely that Covid-19 is never going away for good. In time, humans will get used to living alongside the virus
22/01/2021 12:30 AM
BloomBird "The United States has developed a robust system for vaccine-injury compensation to alleviate the burdens of adverse medical consequences of vaccines."

No, they did it so taxpayers would have to foot the bill for vaccine related injuries - instead of the pharmaceutical companies who developed the vaccines. That system was set up to stop people from being able to sue the pharmaceutical companies out of existence. And you have to fight like all hell, to win your case. They almost always rule in favor of the vaccine developer. Not the victim/the victim's family.

You can't sue vaccine manufacturers, for vaccine related injuries, in the United States. Seriously. Look it up, if you don't believe me.

Vaccine is failing...

22/01/2021 12:34 AM
22/01/2021 12:37 AM
Mearz1993 Airasia going to diversify business profit, not mainly on flight. Airasia going to be next gojek, foodpanda or grab.
So go go buy ahhaa fo buy this gojek stock and hold for 3years without profit.haha. there will be close border till next 2 yrs. No flight means no revenue for airasia. Revenue will come from services deliver food for ppl. LOL
22/01/2021 1:27 AM
samo50sg https://www.gmanetwork.com/news_duplicate/money/companies/772541/chinese-vaccine-makers-sinovac-sinopharm-cansinobio-apply-to-join-who-s-covax-scheme/story/

Sinovac, Sinopharm which have been used to vaccinate 15million in China and counting will be approved to be in Covax soon and delivered by Feb.

55million vaccinated so far and this number will go exponentially.

22/01/2021 1:30 AM
samo50sg Very interesting to see what happens.. The bystanders who were afraid of AA will go pn17 or expecting a RI will be nervous to see if anyone will panic and sell... But TF pull a PP on them... So it's a no risk share to hold in the immediate future..
22/01/2021 1:53 AM

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