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KLSE: PBBANK (1295)       PUBLIC BANK BHD MAIN : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
4.20   -0.01 (0.24%)  4.19 - 4.23  12,148,300
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From To Type No. of Shares Min Price Max Price Total Amount
23-Dec-2003 23-Dec-2003 23-Dec-2003 Buyback 9,815,800 2.550 2.620 25,492,337.00 View Detail
24-Dec-2003 24-Dec-2003 24-Dec-2003 Buyback 8,493,400 2.600 2.650 22,316,575.00 View Detail
26-Dec-2003 26-Dec-2003 26-Dec-2003 Buyback 4,697,500 2.630 2.670 12,475,698.00 View Detail
29-Dec-2003 29-Dec-2003 29-Dec-2003 Buyback 6,822,800 2.700 2.750 18,580,109.00 View Detail
30-Dec-2003 30-Dec-2003 30-Dec-2003 Buyback 14,186,600 2.750 2.800 39,518,620.00 View Detail
05-Jan-2004 31-Dec-2003 31-Dec-2003 Buyback 18,167,400 2.790 2.830 51,193,193.00 View Detail
04-Feb-2004 04-Feb-2004 04-Feb-2004 Buyback 8,330,700 2.870 2.880 23,919,109.00 View Detail
05-Feb-2004 05-Feb-2004 05-Feb-2004 Buyback 11,487,400 2.870 2.900 33,152,758.00 View Detail
06-Feb-2004 06-Feb-2004 06-Feb-2004 Buyback 9,411,400 2.930 3.040 28,271,976.00 View Detail
09-Feb-2004 09-Feb-2004 09-Feb-2004 Buyback 7,951,400 2.990 3.020 23,897,691.00 View Detail
11-Feb-2004 11-Feb-2004 11-Feb-2004 Buyback 5,431,700 2.990 3.020 16,328,405.00 View Detail
02-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 Buyback 218,200 6.250 6.300 1,366,750.00 View Detail
04-Aug-2004 04-Aug-2004 04-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,311,500 6.300 6.300 8,262,450.00 View Detail
06-Aug-2004 06-Aug-2004 06-Aug-2004 Buyback 367,500 6.300 6.300 2,315,250.00 View Detail
09-Aug-2004 09-Aug-2004 09-Aug-2004 Buyback 400,000 6.250 6.300 2,514,500.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2004 11-Aug-2004 11-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,850,000 6.300 6.300 11,655,000.00 View Detail
12-Aug-2004 12-Aug-2004 12-Aug-2004 Buyback 550,000 6.300 6.300 3,465,000.00 View Detail
13-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 Buyback 600,000 6.250 6.300 3,776,560.00 View Detail
16-Aug-2004 16-Aug-2004 16-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,050,400 6.200 6.250 6,550,000.00 View Detail
17-Aug-2004 17-Aug-2004 17-Aug-2004 Buyback 850,000 6.300 6.300 5,355,000.00 View Detail
18-Aug-2004 18-Aug-2004 18-Aug-2004 Buyback 2,788,400 6.250 6.300 17,432,500.00 View Detail
19-Aug-2004 19-Aug-2004 19-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,100,000 6.250 6.300 6,900,000.00 View Detail
20-Aug-2004 20-Aug-2004 20-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,431,000 6.250 6.300 9,005,250.00 View Detail
23-Aug-2004 23-Aug-2004 23-Aug-2004 Buyback 648,000 6.250 6.300 4,055,000.00 View Detail
24-Aug-2004 24-Aug-2004 24-Aug-2004 Buyback 500,000 6.200 6.250 3,115,000.00 View Detail
25-Aug-2004 25-Aug-2004 25-Aug-2004 Buyback 876,100 6.150 6.200 5,425,515.00 View Detail
26-Aug-2004 26-Aug-2004 26-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,357,700 6.150 6.250 8,442,740.00 View Detail
27-Aug-2004 27-Aug-2004 27-Aug-2004 Buyback 741,000 6.200 6.250 4,625,690.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2004 30-Aug-2004 30-Aug-2004 Buyback 820,000 6.250 6.300 5,150,000.00 View Detail
02-Sep-2004 02-Sep-2004 02-Sep-2004 Buyback 327,600 6.250 6.300 2,055,000.00 View Detail
03-Sep-2004 03-Sep-2004 03-Sep-2004 Buyback 170,000 6.300 6.300 1,071,000.00 View Detail
06-Sep-2004 06-Sep-2004 06-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,245,500 6.250 6.300 7,838,665.00 View Detail
07-Sep-2004 07-Sep-2004 07-Sep-2004 Buyback 800,000 6.300 6.300 5,040,000.00 View Detail
08-Sep-2004 08-Sep-2004 08-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,000,000 6.300 6.300 6,300,000.00 View Detail
09-Sep-2004 09-Sep-2004 09-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,789,800 6.300 6.300 11,275,740.00 View Detail
10-Sep-2004 10-Sep-2004 10-Sep-2004 Buyback 2,000,000 6.300 6.300 12,600,000.00 View Detail
13-Sep-2004 13-Sep-2004 13-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,261,300 6.300 6.300 7,946,190.00 View Detail
14-Sep-2004 14-Sep-2004 14-Sep-2004 Buyback 71,800 6.300 6.300 452,340.00 View Detail
15-Sep-2004 15-Sep-2004 15-Sep-2004 Buyback 981,600 6.300 6.300 6,184,080.00 View Detail
16-Sep-2004 16-Sep-2004 16-Sep-2004 Buyback 399,800 6.300 6.300 2,518,740.00 View Detail
17-Sep-2004 17-Sep-2004 17-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,253,400 6.350 6.400 7,981,090.00 View Detail
20-Sep-2004 20-Sep-2004 20-Sep-2004 Buyback 841,500 6.400 6.400 5,385,600.00 View Detail
22-Sep-2004 22-Sep-2004 22-Sep-2004 Buyback 2,500,000 6.400 6.400 16,000,000.00 View Detail
23-Sep-2004 23-Sep-2004 23-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,600,000 6.350 6.400 10,180,000.00 View Detail
24-Sep-2004 24-Sep-2004 24-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,620,400 6.350 6.400 10,339,540.00 View Detail
27-Jan-2005 27-Jan-2005 27-Jan-2005 Buyback 2,000,000 7.500 7.550 15,080,000.00 View Detail
28-Jan-2005 28-Jan-2005 28-Jan-2005 Buyback 3,000,000 7.450 7.550 22,460,000.00 View Detail
31-Jan-2005 31-Jan-2005 31-Jan-2005 Buyback 558,200 7.500 7.550 4,191,295.00 View Detail
02-Feb-2005 02-Feb-2005 02-Feb-2005 Buyback 1,030,500 7.600 7.600 7,831,800.00 View Detail
07-Feb-2005 07-Feb-2005 07-Feb-2005 Buyback 500,000 7.550 7.550 3,775,000.00 View Detail
08-Feb-2005 08-Feb-2005 08-Feb-2005 Buyback 500,000 7.650 7.650 3,825,000.00 View Detail
17-Feb-2005 17-Feb-2005 17-Feb-2005 Buyback 2,051,500 7.550 7.600 15,588,825.00 View Detail
22-Feb-2005 22-Feb-2005 22-Feb-2005 Buyback 560,500 7.650 7.650 4,287,825.00 View Detail
23-Feb-2005 23-Feb-2005 23-Feb-2005 Buyback 933,000 7.600 7.600 7,090,800.00 View Detail
25-Feb-2005 25-Feb-2005 25-Feb-2005 Buyback 781,900 7.650 7.700 6,001,535.00 View Detail
28-Feb-2005 28-Feb-2005 28-Feb-2005 Buyback 1,578,600 7.650 7.700 12,116,290.00 View Detail
01-Mar-2005 01-Mar-2005 01-Mar-2005 Buyback 200,000 7.600 7.600 1,520,000.00 View Detail
02-Mar-2005 02-Mar-2005 02-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,200,000 7.550 7.600 9,090,000.00 View Detail
04-Mar-2005 04-Mar-2005 04-Mar-2005 Buyback 4,625,900 7.600 7.700 35,337,150.00 View Detail
08-Mar-2005 08-Mar-2005 08-Mar-2005 Buyback 877,000 7.700 7.700 6,752,900.00 View Detail
09-Mar-2005 09-Mar-2005 09-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,000,000 7.700 7.700 7,700,000.00 View Detail
10-Mar-2005 10-Mar-2005 10-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,100,000 7.700 7.700 8,470,000.00 View Detail
11-Mar-2005 11-Mar-2005 11-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,500,000 7.700 7.700 11,550,000.00 View Detail
01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 Buyback 10,000 7.200 7.200 72,000.00 View Detail
26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 Buyback 20,000 6.700 6.700 134,000.00 View Detail
28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 Buyback 10,000 6.650 6.650 66,500.00 View Detail
05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 Buyback 20,000 9.100 9.100 182,000.00 View Detail
06-Mar-2007 06-Mar-2007 06-Mar-2007 Buyback 493,700 8.300 8.400 4,132,375.00 View Detail
07-Mar-2007 07-Mar-2007 07-Mar-2007 Buyback 1,067,100 8.550 8.650 9,153,705.00 View Detail
09-Mar-2007 09-Mar-2007 09-Mar-2007 Buyback 2,126,800 8.750 8.800 18,687,000.00 View Detail
12-Mar-2007 12-Mar-2007 12-Mar-2007 Buyback 685,900 8.850 8.950 6,107,310.00 View Detail
13-Mar-2007 13-Mar-2007 13-Mar-2007 Buyback 234,300 8.900 8.950 2,095,270.00 View Detail
14-Mar-2007 14-Mar-2007 14-Mar-2007 Buyback 1,760,100 8.700 8.950 15,530,265.00 View Detail
15-Mar-2007 15-Mar-2007 15-Mar-2007 Buyback 3,950,000 8.900 9.000 35,344,000.00 View Detail
16-Mar-2007 16-Mar-2007 16-Mar-2007 Buyback 2,800,000 8.650 8.700 24,250,000.00 View Detail
23-Apr-2007 23-Apr-2007 23-Apr-2007 Buyback 1,510,200 9.350 9.450 14,215,565.00 View Detail
24-Apr-2007 24-Apr-2007 24-Apr-2007 Buyback 1,538,600 9.450 9.550 14,612,070.00 View Detail
25-Apr-2007 25-Apr-2007 25-Apr-2007 Buyback 894,600 9.450 9.450 8,453,970.00 View Detail
27-Apr-2007 27-Apr-2007 27-Apr-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.450 9.450 7,560,000.00 View Detail
04-May-2007 04-May-2007 04-May-2007 Buyback 780,300 9.600 9.750 7,555,700.00 View Detail
24-May-2007 24-May-2007 24-May-2007 Buyback 711,200 9.650 9.750 6,900,700.00 View Detail
25-May-2007 25-May-2007 25-May-2007 Buyback 548,600 9.650 9.750 5,323,990.00 View Detail
30-May-2007 30-May-2007 30-May-2007 Buyback 1,500,000 9.700 9.800 14,657,500.00 View Detail
31-May-2007 31-May-2007 31-May-2007 Buyback 1,135,300 9.850 9.900 11,207,705.00 View Detail
01-Jun-2007 01-Jun-2007 01-Jun-2007 Buyback 699,600 9.850 9.900 6,896,060.00 View Detail
04-Jun-2007 04-Jun-2007 04-Jun-2007 Buyback 600,000 9.850 9.850 5,910,000.00 View Detail
05-Jun-2007 05-Jun-2007 05-Jun-2007 Buyback 365,400 9.850 9.900 3,604,190.00 View Detail
06-Jun-2007 06-Jun-2007 06-Jun-2007 Buyback 662,900 9.850 9.900 6,549,565.00 View Detail
07-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.850 9.850 7,880,000.00 View Detail
08-Jun-2007 08-Jun-2007 08-Jun-2007 Buyback 2,324,300 9.750 9.850 22,727,710.00 View Detail
13-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 Buyback 750,000 9.800 9.800 7,350,000.00 View Detail
24-Jul-2007 24-Jul-2007 24-Jul-2007 Buyback 759,100 9.950 10.000 7,590,545.00 View Detail
26-Jul-2007 26-Jul-2007 26-Jul-2007 Buyback 500,000 9.950 10.000 4,985,000.00 View Detail
27-Jul-2007 27-Jul-2007 27-Jul-2007 Buyback 100,000 9.900 9.900 990,000.00 View Detail
01-Aug-2007 01-Aug-2007 01-Aug-2007 Buyback 688,200 9.800 9.800 6,744,360.00 View Detail
02-Aug-2007 02-Aug-2007 02-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,980,000 9.750 9.900 19,427,000.00 View Detail
03-Aug-2007 03-Aug-2007 03-Aug-2007 Buyback 802,800 9.700 9.800 7,842,160.00 View Detail
06-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,065,400 9.450 9.650 10,149,725.00 View Detail
07-Aug-2007 07-Aug-2007 07-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,970,000 9.550 9.700 18,906,000.00 View Detail
08-Aug-2007 08-Aug-2007 08-Aug-2007 Buyback 391,700 9.600 9.700 3,782,590.00 View Detail
09-Aug-2007 09-Aug-2007 09-Aug-2007 Buyback 625,000 9.650 9.700 6,046,250.00 View Detail
10-Aug-2007 10-Aug-2007 10-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,306,200 9.400 9.500 12,383,280.00 View Detail
13-Aug-2007 13-Aug-2007 13-Aug-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.400 9.400 7,520,000.00 View Detail
14-Aug-2007 14-Aug-2007 14-Aug-2007 Buyback 983,500 9.400 9.450 9,277,400.00 View Detail
15-Aug-2007 15-Aug-2007 15-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,513,600 9.200 9.250 13,956,210.00 View Detail
17-Aug-2007 17-Aug-2007 17-Aug-2007 Buyback 421,000 8.500 8.850 3,635,850.00 View Detail
22-Aug-2007 22-Aug-2007 22-Aug-2007 Buyback 982,000 9.100 9.250 8,998,200.00 View Detail
23-Aug-2007 23-Aug-2007 23-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,078,300 9.300 9.450 10,099,105.00 View Detail
24-Aug-2007 24-Aug-2007 24-Aug-2007 Buyback 987,600 9.200 9.300 9,145,625.00 View Detail
27-Aug-2007 27-Aug-2007 27-Aug-2007 Buyback 851,200 9.300 9.350 7,933,660.00 View Detail
28-Aug-2007 28-Aug-2007 28-Aug-2007 Buyback 653,700 9.300 9.400 6,109,410.00 View Detail
29-Aug-2007 29-Aug-2007 29-Aug-2007 Buyback 823,900 9.200 9.300 7,595,465.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2007 30-Aug-2007 30-Aug-2007 Buyback 499,500 9.300 9.300 4,645,350.00 View Detail
04-Sep-2007 04-Sep-2007 04-Sep-2007 Buyback 400,000 9.300 9.300 3,720,000.00 View Detail
05-Sep-2007 05-Sep-2007 05-Sep-2007 Buyback 300,000 9.300 9.300 2,790,000.00 View Detail
06-Sep-2007 06-Sep-2007 06-Sep-2007 Buyback 248,800 9.300 9.350 2,321,340.00 View Detail
10-Sep-2007 10-Sep-2007 10-Sep-2007 Buyback 450,000 9.450 9.550 4,277,500.00 View Detail
11-Sep-2007 11-Sep-2007 11-Sep-2007 Buyback 1,850,000 9.500 9.550 17,585,000.00 View Detail
14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 Buyback 271,900 9.600 9.650 2,617,740.00 View Detail
31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 Buyback 10,000 11.300 11.300 113,000.00 View Detail
04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 Buyback 10,000 10.100 10.100 101,000.00 View Detail
29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 Buyback 10,000 8.750 8.750 87,500.00 View Detail
28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 Buyback 10,000 11.740 11.740 117,400.00 View Detail
29-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 Buyback 10,000 12.200 12.200 122,000.00 View Detail
27-Jan-2011 27-Jan-2011 27-Jan-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 View Detail
29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 View Detail
06-Jan-2004 23-Dec-2003 31-Dec-2003 Buyback 62,183,500 2.550 2.830 169,576,532.00 View Detail
18-Feb-2004 04-Feb-2004 12-Feb-2004 Buyback 24,913,700 3.240 3.400 82,343,850.00 View Detail
18-Feb-2004 04-Feb-2004 11-Feb-2004 Buyback 42,612,600 2.870 3.040 125,569,939.00 View Detail
16-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 Buyback 5,297,200 6.250 6.300 33,355,510.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2004 16-Aug-2004 27-Aug-2004 Buyback 11,342,600 6.150 6.300 70,906,695.00 View Detail
13-Sep-2004 30-Aug-2004 10-Sep-2004 Buyback 8,152,900 6.250 6.300 51,330,405.00 View Detail
27-Sep-2004 13-Sep-2004 24-Sep-2004 Buyback 10,529,800 6.300 6.400 66,987,580.00 View Detail
08-Feb-2005 27-Jan-2005 07-Feb-2005 Buyback 7,088,700 7.450 7.600 53,338,095.00 View Detail
21-Feb-2005 08-Feb-2005 18-Feb-2005 Buyback 2,551,500 7.550 7.650 19,413,825.00 View Detail
08-Mar-2005 22-Feb-2005 04-Mar-2005 Buyback 9,879,900 7.550 7.700 75,443,600.00 View Detail
22-Mar-2005 08-Mar-2005 11-Mar-2005 Buyback 4,477,000 7.700 7.700 34,472,900.00 View Detail
15-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 Buyback 10,000 7.200 7.200 72,000.00 View Detail
09-Feb-2006 26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 Buyback 20,000 6.700 6.700 134,000.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2006 28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 Buyback 10,000 6.650 6.650 66,500.00 View Detail
14-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 Buyback 20,000 9.100 9.100 182,000.00 View Detail
20-Mar-2007 06-Mar-2007 16-Mar-2007 Buyback 13,117,900 8.300 9.000 115,299,925.00 View Detail
07-May-2007 23-Apr-2007 04-May-2007 Buyback 5,523,700 9.350 9.750 52,397,305.00 View Detail
07-Jun-2007 24-May-2007 06-Jun-2007 Buyback 6,223,000 9.650 9.900 61,049,710.00 View Detail
19-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 Buyback 3,874,300 9.750 9.850 37,957,710.00 View Detail
06-Aug-2007 24-Jul-2007 03-Aug-2007 Buyback 4,830,100 9.700 10.000 47,579,065.00 View Detail
17-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 15-Aug-2007 Buyback 8,655,400 9.200 9.700 82,021,455.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2007 17-Aug-2007 29-Aug-2007 Buyback 5,797,700 8.500 9.450 53,517,315.00 View Detail
13-Sep-2007 30-Aug-2007 11-Sep-2007 Buyback 3,748,300 9.300 9.550 35,339,190.00 View Detail
17-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 Buyback 271,900 9.600 9.650 2,617,740.00 View Detail
14-Feb-2008 31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 Buyback 10,000 11.300 11.300 113,000.00 View Detail
15-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 Buyback 10,000 10.100 10.100 101,000.00 View Detail
12-Feb-2009 29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 Buyback 10,000 8.750 8.750 87,500.00 View Detail
12-Aug-2009 30-Jul-2009 30-Jul-2009 Buyback 5,000 10.300 10.300 51,500.00 View Detail
10-Feb-2010 28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 Buyback 10,000 11.740 11.740 117,400.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2010 29-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 Buyback 10,000 12.200 12.200 122,000.00 View Detail
09-Feb-2011 27-Jan-2011 27-Jan-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2011 29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 View Detail
29-Aug-2014 29-Aug-2014 29-Aug-2014 Resale 2,056,400 19.260 19.280 39,616,840.00 View Detail
02-Sep-2014 02-Sep-2014 02-Sep-2014 Resale 5,600,000 19.160 19.280 107,482,400.00 View Detail
05-Sep-2014 05-Sep-2014 05-Sep-2014 Resale 1,500,000 19.280 19.320 28,940,048.00 View Detail
19-Jun-2018 19-Jun-2018 19-Jun-2018 Resale 4,640,000 23.360 23.940 0.00 View Detail
20-Jun-2018 20-Jun-2018 20-Jun-2018 Resale 7,280,500 22.780 23.740 0.00 View Detail
21-Jun-2018 21-Jun-2018 21-Jun-2018 Resale 7,574,800 22.480 22.900 0.00 View Detail
22-Jun-2018 22-Jun-2018 22-Jun-2018 Resale 1,149,004 22.500 23.020 0.00 View Detail
11-Sep-2014 10-Sep-2014 10-Sep-2014 Resale 9,156,400 19.160 19.320 176,039,288.00 View Detail
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Pgraduate123 No need talk abt Dow performance.... It will hit 40,000 points soon and bursa will still be sleeping.. Except pbb touch 4.30 immediately go back to 4.20...hsizz
06/04/2021 6:44 PM
Keyman188 IMF increases global growth forecast and says a way out of the crisis is ‘increasingly visible’

(PUBLISHED TUE, APR 6 20218:31 AM EDTUPDATED TUE, APR 6 20218:38 AM EDT)

~ The latest round of fiscal stimulus in the U.S. along with the vaccine rollouts across the world have made the Fund more confident about the global economy this year.

~ The latest forecasts suggest the United States is well placed to experience a solid economic recovery in 2021, in contrast to what’s expected for most of the world, where many economies are likely to take longer to return to their pre-crisis levels.


LONDON — The International Monetary Fund is now expecting a stronger economic recovery in 2021 as Covid-19 vaccine rollouts get underway, but it warns of “daunting challenges” given the different rates of administering shots across the globe.

On Tuesday the group said it expects the world economy to grow by 6% in 2021, up from its 5.5% forecast in January.

Looking further ahead, global GDP (gross domestic product) for 2022 is seen increasing by 4.4%, higher than an earlier estimate of 4.2%.

“Even with high uncertainty about the path of the pandemic, a way out of this health and economic crisis is increasingly visible,” Gita Gopinath, the IMF’s chief economist, said in the latest World Economic Outlook report.

The latest round of fiscal stimulus in the U.S., along with the vaccine rollouts across the world, have made the fund more confident about the global economy this year.

“Nonetheless, the outlook presents daunting challenges related to divergences in the speed of recovery both across and within countries and the potential for persistent economic damage from the crisis,” Gopinath also said.

The IMF estimated a 5.1% GDP rate for advanced economies this year, with the United States growing at a pace of 6.4% in 2021.

Meanwhile, the forecast for emerging and developing economies is 6.7% in 2021, with India expected to grow as much as 12.5%.

“Within-country income inequality will likely increase because young workers and those with relatively lower skills remain more heavily affected in not only advanced but also emerging markets and developing economies,” Gita warned, while also adding that lower levels of female employment is exacerbating disparities too.

As a result, the IMF said that governments should continue to focus on “escaping the crisis” by providing fiscal support, including to their healthcare systems. In a second phase, “policymakers will need to limit long-term economic scarring” from the crisis and boost public investment, for instance.

“Without additional efforts to give all people a fair shot, cross-country gaps in living standards could widen significantly, and decades-long trends of global poverty reduction could reverse,” Gopinath warned.

Recovery in the U.S.

The latest forecasts suggest the United States is well placed to experience a solid economic recovery in 2021, in contrast to what’s expected for most of the world, where many economies are likely to take longer to return to their pre-crisis levels.

The positive assessment for the U.S. is highly driven by President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus rescue package, which entered into force last month.

As such, unemployment in the United States is expected to fall from 8.1% in 2020 to 5.8% this year and then again to 4.1% in 2022, according to the latest IMF projections.

Back in February, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the U.S. could return to full employment in 2022. “There’s absolutely no reason why we should suffer through a long slow recovery,” she told CNN at the time.

The IMF’s latest forecasts confirm that the U.S. is on track to not only return but surpass its pre-Covid levels this year.

“Among advanced economies, the United States is expected to surpass its pre-Covid GDP level this year, while many others in the group will return to their pre-COVID levels only in 2022,” Gita said.


## https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/06/imf-world-economic-outlook-april-2021-global-gdp-to-hit-6percent.html
06/04/2021 8:50 PM
Keyman188 Global economy driven by US & China upcoming...
06/04/2021 8:51 PM
Moustache Look like got someone already inpatient holding pbb. U have the choice , why desperate in here.
06/04/2021 10:01 PM
Bgt 9963 Good luck...!
06/04/2021 10:38 PM
masterus https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2021/04/03/648668/US-dollar-weakening-China-yuan-analysis
07/04/2021 12:19 PM
1invest1 PBB is slow & steady, hold abt 6mth-1 yr to get good gain - investor
Some are fast-furious, high risk-gain, yoyo, buy-sell w/in 3 days - trader
07/04/2021 5:47 PM
stevee When you are in business you project into the future n the past has no relevance. Sometimes i admire some ppl who are super dude who sing with profane language thinking they could get respect. PBB is for those who have a humble heart yet an innovative mind just like its founder.. Good investing.
07/04/2021 6:56 PM
Keyman188 JPMorgan’s Dimon Says ‘This Boom Could Easily Run Into 2023’

(April 7, 2021, 6:10 PM GMT+8Updated on April 7, 2021, 9:39 PM GMT+8)


Jamie Dimon said he’s optimistic the pandemic will end with a U.S. economic rebound that could last at least two years.

“I have little doubt that with excess savings, new stimulus savings, huge deficit spending, more QE, a new potential infrastructure bill, a successful vaccine and euphoria around the end of the pandemic, the U.S. economy will likely boom,” the JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer said Wednesday in his annual letter to shareholders. “This boom could easily run into 2023.”

Unprecedented federal rescue programs have blunted unemployment and averted further economic deterioration, according to Dimon, who said banks entered the crisis strong and able to help communities weather the storm. While lenders also benefited from U.S. stimulus, they built up buffers against future loan losses and performed well in stress tests, he said.

Dimon also pointed to U.S. consumers, who used stimulus checks to reduce debt to the lowest level in 40 years and stashed them in savings, giving them -- like corporations -- an “extraordinary” amount of spending power once lockdowns end. The latest round of quantitative easing measures will have created more than $3 trillion in deposits at U.S. banks, a portion of which can be lent out, he said.

It could all add up to a Goldilocks moment, according to Dimon, where growth is fast and sustained while inflation ticks up gently. Threats to that outcome include virus variants and a rapid or sustained jump in inflation that prompts rates to rise sooner.

At 65, Dimon is the most prominent executive in global banking, serving as a spokesman for the industry while leading a titan of both Wall Street and consumer lending. He’s run the company since the end of 2005, and is the only CEO still at the helm after steering a major bank through the financial crisis.

The 65-page letter (plus a page of footnotes) is Dimon’s longest yet, following last year’s abbreviated one that came less than a week after he returned to work from emergency heart surgery. As always, it is wide-ranging, touching on topics from financial regulation to China to inequality and institutional racism.


## https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-07/dimon-says-fintech-and-big-tech-are-here-as-banks-lose-ground?srnd=premium-asia
07/04/2021 10:15 PM
Keyman188 Global market is booming soon...
07/04/2021 10:16 PM
masterus Is the Fed hiding something? Why weekly money supply data just got discontinued - Steve Hanke

(Kitco News) - The Federal Reserve recently discontinued updating the M1 and M2 weekly money supply series and is instead updating the series monthly.

Steve Hanke, professor of Applied Economics of Johns Hopkins University, said that this change reflects a change in attitude from the world's largest central bank on the importance of looking at money supply.

"Chairman Powell has very explicitly claimed that money doesn't matter in recent testimony. He's basically said that money and the measurement of money doesn't really matter because it's unrelated to inflation," Hanke said.

These money supply series have been published since the 1970s, and the fact that the Fed has changed the publishing frequency on M1 and M2 money supply from weekly to monthly demonstrates a change in worldviews, Hanke said.
08/04/2021 7:21 AM
mf Copper slips as inventories climb and China premiums dip
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Thursday, 08 Apr 2021

6:30 AM MYT
08/04/2021 8:39 AM
Sharefisher Pbb sideway movement already going on for 3 months..... Major movement should be coming soon. Hold tight tight.
08/04/2021 8:39 AM
Bgt 9963 Good morning...!
08/04/2021 8:57 AM
AllYouCanBuy Malaysian banks' pace of recovery to be faster than regional peers, says Moody’s - The Edge Markets http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malaysian-banks-pace-recovery-be-faster-regional-peers-says-moodys#.YG57zFfmHAQ.whatsapp
08/04/2021 11:43 AM
Pgraduate123 GO TO SLEEP LAH
08/04/2021 12:51 PM
shearer202 Rm 3.50 - 3.80 est entry point ! More thsn 4 dont buy because it will stagnant for atleast 2 to 3 years and the dividen will be halved compared with previous !
08/04/2021 3:03 PM
1John215 Sifu Sharefisher, thanks for telling us to hold tight tight.. I am just curious why EPF kept selling and buying within days for millions of units for last months? Hope you can enlighten us. TQ.
08/04/2021 3:23 PM
Pgraduate123 Wow, finally broke 4.20...
08/04/2021 4:06 PM
Sharefisher 1john215, I also curious but I am not worried since support is strong. Compared to beginning of the year, epf only sold, sold and sold. Now at least, got bought and sold. Number of pbb free floating shares is huge after BI, need time for them to fall into long term investors and locked up in the safe. Hold tight tight.. Never wrong for pbb.
08/04/2021 4:12 PM
adam1314 Let our Malaysia Team control & playing......just hold & watching show..
08/04/2021 4:23 PM
Sharefisher Yes, just hold and watching the show... 4.20 just eaten like that... That is why I am not worried.
08/04/2021 4:32 PM
AllYouCanBuy Never doubt Pbb.. buy, hold, buy, hold.. The sure formula to great wealth!!
08/04/2021 4:35 PM
1John215 Yes, buy and hold tight. PBB is one of the first counters I bought about 3 months ago since I started investing in stock market. I have high confidence in PBB !
08/04/2021 5:38 PM
Sunshine123 PBB .... the dividends given in the past were always something to look forward to. Much, much lower now, but still comparatively high. Can still buy and keep.
08/04/2021 5:42 PM
AllYouCanBuy Pbb is rock solid!! Despite epf disposal since 6 months ago its share price is only affected 2%. And we are talking about billions of shares disposed by epf here...Amazing!

Pbb is AWESOME!!
08/04/2021 8:11 PM
Bgt 9963 Good luck...!
08/04/2021 8:33 PM
Ong Guan Jun PBB my hope lies with you
08/04/2021 10:27 PM
masterus If the Army is Disbanded Will Myanmar Become Like Libya or Iraq?
08/04/2021 10:46 PM
Cojack31 Strong support. Collect..collect.. If down buy again.. If suddenly fly above 4.30 u already on the boat..
09/04/2021 8:07 AM
Cojack31 The moment fly. U will never get this price anymore..
09/04/2021 8:08 AM
Bgt 9963 Good morning...!
09/04/2021 8:47 AM
1invest1 Buy on dips, Sell on highs.
PBB is on a dip now - sideways & now is time to collect before it moves up in the next phase soon.
Don't say you don't know as you are now aware. You will miss this chance if you aim too low.

Always read and listen to comments from experts like

@Sharefisher / @Caringfisher &
@AllYouCanBuy
09/04/2021 10:18 AM
thye82 will pbb price possible drop to 4.0 or below?
09/04/2021 11:01 AM
adam1314 Really appreciated Sifus here given such good advices , hold tight and wait to dividend for long term. Myself holding Tiger & Tenaga too....waiting MY Big Sharks project completed....
09/04/2021 1:13 PM
meistsk3134 wait 2 3 year
09/04/2021 2:56 PM
1invest1 Looking at graph, PBB is forming a strong base at 4.20's before moving up in this qtr - Q2.

Q2 results will be BETTER as bus activities are returning, recovering & rebounding fast & furious !!!
Look at the signs, speed, momentum and fury of bus & trade activities going on everyday.
You are already stuck in traffic jams almost everywhere, everyday like before.

Banking industry is the barometer of the economy & banks will lead in the recovery process.

Refer to @AllYouCanBuy's post quoting banks to lead recovery process.
Refer to @Sharefisher's post on billions of PBB shares to be collected by long-term investors.
PBB will move up soon !
09/04/2021 3:06 PM
SHQuah EPF sometimes buy, sometimes sell ? Today reports showing EPF bought a lot of Public Bank shares.
09/04/2021 6:00 PM
Sharefisher Not sure what is going on. But hold tight tight is only way for retailers. Unless you have millions to play with the big legs now.
09/04/2021 6:05 PM
Sunshine123 SHQuah .... if EPF had bought, why didn't the price go up? Strange. I would have expected the counter to have risen several sen.
09/04/2021 6:10 PM
Willtolive Checking in with small lots
09/04/2021 6:17 PM
Sharefisher Epf traded volume was only 10 -15% or less of total daily trade volume. Can't move much. Seem like epf also become trader on pbb. Crazy.
09/04/2021 6:19 PM
1invest1 Big boys buy to trade, etc. If they buy to invest, even better. If they are not done buying, will suppress/maintain price.

Remember what @Sharefisher said, retailers in this forum cannot influence the price because volume is too small out of $80B PBB mkt cap.

We can share good news with EVERYONE. When enough new investors, 20,000 buy $50,000 each, you got 1B or 1.25% of PBB. With additional new investors & existing ones who top-up, MORE INFLUENCE to MOVE PBB PRICE UP FOR SURE. Share good news of 2 divs & price appreciation.
09/04/2021 7:02 PM
1John215 From my quick check, it is strange that EPF did not trade with Tenaga but with MBB and Nestle the volume are much smaller volume. These are all blue chips. Hopefully with PBB their ntention is for the good of the investors.
09/04/2021 7:31 PM
AllYouCanBuy The fair price should be 4.30-4.40 now... I am being very fair here. But it has been sluggish since March. Perhaps giving chance for others to come on board at a bargain ?

Funds had moved into the gloves and recently the telcos for the time being. Banks will be on their list soon.

One thing I noticed, once pbb flies, it's beyond our imagination :)
10/04/2021 8:53 AM
Moustache Hoot9e and hold. Be patient
10/04/2021 12:01 PM
tollebunsmith SELL PBB BUY MAYBANK
SELL PBB BUY MAYBANK
SELL PBB BUY MAYBANK
SELL PBB BUY MAYBANK
11/04/2021 8:39 AM
LossAversion Longterm Rewards usually comes after patience and confidence.
11/04/2021 8:47 AM
1invest1 Great comments from

adam1314
1John215 * ... 1st counters bought since started investing. I have high confidence in PBB !
Sunshine123 * ...... buy and keep.
Ong Guan Jun * PBB my hope lies with you
Cojack31 * The moment fly. U will never get this price anymore..
SHQuah
Willtolive * Checking in with small lots
Moustache * Hoot9e and hold. Be patient
LossAversion * Longterm Rewards usually comes after patience and confidence


Sharefisher *Pbb sideway movement already going on for 3 months..... Major movement should be coming soon. Hold tight tight.

AllYouCanBuy *...Pbb is AWESOME!!
* One thing I noticed, once pbb flies, it's beyond our imagination :)
11/04/2021 6:24 PM
1invest1 PBB is like a spring. Suppress, it recoils. Once you let go, PBB rebounds.
11/04/2021 6:35 PM


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