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KLSE: PBBANK (1295)       PUBLIC BANK BHD MAIN : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
15.88   +0.06 (0.38%)  15.84 - 16.00  1,729,600
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From To Type No. of Shares Min Price Max Price Total Amount
29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 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-2010 29-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 Buyback 10,000 12.200 12.200 122,000.00 View Detail
28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 Buyback 10,000 11.740 11.740 117,400.00 View Detail
29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 Buyback 10,000 8.750 8.750 87,500.00 View Detail
04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 Buyback 10,000 10.100 10.100 101,000.00 View Detail
31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 Buyback 10,000 11.300 11.300 113,000.00 View Detail
14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 Buyback 271,900 9.600 9.650 2,617,740.00 View Detail
11-Sep-2007 11-Sep-2007 11-Sep-2007 Buyback 1,850,000 9.500 9.550 17,585,000.00 View Detail
10-Sep-2007 10-Sep-2007 10-Sep-2007 Buyback 450,000 9.450 9.550 4,277,500.00 View Detail
06-Sep-2007 06-Sep-2007 06-Sep-2007 Buyback 248,800 9.300 9.350 2,321,340.00 View Detail
05-Sep-2007 05-Sep-2007 05-Sep-2007 Buyback 300,000 9.300 9.300 2,790,000.00 View Detail
04-Sep-2007 04-Sep-2007 04-Sep-2007 Buyback 400,000 9.300 9.300 3,720,000.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2007 30-Aug-2007 30-Aug-2007 Buyback 499,500 9.300 9.300 4,645,350.00 View Detail
29-Aug-2007 29-Aug-2007 29-Aug-2007 Buyback 823,900 9.200 9.300 7,595,465.00 View Detail
28-Aug-2007 28-Aug-2007 28-Aug-2007 Buyback 653,700 9.300 9.400 6,109,410.00 View Detail
27-Aug-2007 27-Aug-2007 27-Aug-2007 Buyback 851,200 9.300 9.350 7,933,660.00 View Detail
24-Aug-2007 24-Aug-2007 24-Aug-2007 Buyback 987,600 9.200 9.300 9,145,625.00 View Detail
23-Aug-2007 23-Aug-2007 23-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,078,300 9.300 9.450 10,099,105.00 View Detail
22-Aug-2007 22-Aug-2007 22-Aug-2007 Buyback 982,000 9.100 9.250 8,998,200.00 View Detail
17-Aug-2007 17-Aug-2007 17-Aug-2007 Buyback 421,000 8.500 8.850 3,635,850.00 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
14-Aug-2007 14-Aug-2007 14-Aug-2007 Buyback 983,500 9.400 9.450 9,277,400.00 View Detail
13-Aug-2007 13-Aug-2007 13-Aug-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.400 9.400 7,520,000.00 View Detail
10-Aug-2007 10-Aug-2007 10-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,306,200 9.400 9.500 12,383,280.00 View Detail
09-Aug-2007 09-Aug-2007 09-Aug-2007 Buyback 625,000 9.650 9.700 6,046,250.00 View Detail
08-Aug-2007 08-Aug-2007 08-Aug-2007 Buyback 391,700 9.600 9.700 3,782,590.00 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
06-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,065,400 9.450 9.650 10,149,725.00 View Detail
03-Aug-2007 03-Aug-2007 03-Aug-2007 Buyback 802,800 9.700 9.800 7,842,160.00 View Detail
02-Aug-2007 02-Aug-2007 02-Aug-2007 Buyback 1,980,000 9.750 9.900 19,427,000.00 View Detail
01-Aug-2007 01-Aug-2007 01-Aug-2007 Buyback 688,200 9.800 9.800 6,744,360.00 View Detail
27-Jul-2007 27-Jul-2007 27-Jul-2007 Buyback 100,000 9.900 9.900 990,000.00 View Detail
26-Jul-2007 26-Jul-2007 26-Jul-2007 Buyback 500,000 9.950 10.000 4,985,000.00 View Detail
24-Jul-2007 24-Jul-2007 24-Jul-2007 Buyback 759,100 9.950 10.000 7,590,545.00 View Detail
13-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 Buyback 750,000 9.800 9.800 7,350,000.00 View Detail
08-Jun-2007 08-Jun-2007 08-Jun-2007 Buyback 2,324,300 9.750 9.850 22,727,710.00 View Detail
07-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.850 9.850 7,880,000.00 View Detail
06-Jun-2007 06-Jun-2007 06-Jun-2007 Buyback 662,900 9.850 9.900 6,549,565.00 View Detail
05-Jun-2007 05-Jun-2007 05-Jun-2007 Buyback 365,400 9.850 9.900 3,604,190.00 View Detail
04-Jun-2007 04-Jun-2007 04-Jun-2007 Buyback 600,000 9.850 9.850 5,910,000.00 View Detail
01-Jun-2007 01-Jun-2007 01-Jun-2007 Buyback 699,600 9.850 9.900 6,896,060.00 View Detail
31-May-2007 31-May-2007 31-May-2007 Buyback 1,135,300 9.850 9.900 11,207,705.00 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
25-May-2007 25-May-2007 25-May-2007 Buyback 548,600 9.650 9.750 5,323,990.00 View Detail
24-May-2007 24-May-2007 24-May-2007 Buyback 711,200 9.650 9.750 6,900,700.00 View Detail
04-May-2007 04-May-2007 04-May-2007 Buyback 780,300 9.600 9.750 7,555,700.00 View Detail
27-Apr-2007 27-Apr-2007 27-Apr-2007 Buyback 800,000 9.450 9.450 7,560,000.00 View Detail
25-Apr-2007 25-Apr-2007 25-Apr-2007 Buyback 894,600 9.450 9.450 8,453,970.00 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
23-Apr-2007 23-Apr-2007 23-Apr-2007 Buyback 1,510,200 9.350 9.450 14,215,565.00 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
15-Mar-2007 15-Mar-2007 15-Mar-2007 Buyback 3,950,000 8.900 9.000 35,344,000.00 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
13-Mar-2007 13-Mar-2007 13-Mar-2007 Buyback 234,300 8.900 8.950 2,095,270.00 View Detail
12-Mar-2007 12-Mar-2007 12-Mar-2007 Buyback 685,900 8.850 8.950 6,107,310.00 View Detail
09-Mar-2007 09-Mar-2007 09-Mar-2007 Buyback 2,126,800 8.750 8.800 18,687,000.00 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
06-Mar-2007 06-Mar-2007 06-Mar-2007 Buyback 493,700 8.300 8.400 4,132,375.00 View Detail
05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 Buyback 20,000 9.100 9.100 182,000.00 View Detail
28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 Buyback 10,000 6.650 6.650 66,500.00 View Detail
26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 Buyback 20,000 6.700 6.700 134,000.00 View Detail
01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 Buyback 10,000 7.200 7.200 72,000.00 View Detail
11-Mar-2005 11-Mar-2005 11-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,500,000 7.700 7.700 11,550,000.00 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
09-Mar-2005 09-Mar-2005 09-Mar-2005 Buyback 1,000,000 7.700 7.700 7,700,000.00 View Detail
08-Mar-2005 08-Mar-2005 08-Mar-2005 Buyback 877,000 7.700 7.700 6,752,900.00 View Detail
04-Mar-2005 04-Mar-2005 04-Mar-2005 Buyback 4,625,900 7.600 7.700 35,337,150.00 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
01-Mar-2005 01-Mar-2005 01-Mar-2005 Buyback 200,000 7.600 7.600 1,520,000.00 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
25-Feb-2005 25-Feb-2005 25-Feb-2005 Buyback 781,900 7.650 7.700 6,001,535.00 View Detail
23-Feb-2005 23-Feb-2005 23-Feb-2005 Buyback 933,000 7.600 7.600 7,090,800.00 View Detail
22-Feb-2005 22-Feb-2005 22-Feb-2005 Buyback 560,500 7.650 7.650 4,287,825.00 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
08-Feb-2005 08-Feb-2005 08-Feb-2005 Buyback 500,000 7.650 7.650 3,825,000.00 View Detail
07-Feb-2005 07-Feb-2005 07-Feb-2005 Buyback 500,000 7.550 7.550 3,775,000.00 View Detail
02-Feb-2005 02-Feb-2005 02-Feb-2005 Buyback 1,030,500 7.600 7.600 7,831,800.00 View Detail
31-Jan-2005 31-Jan-2005 31-Jan-2005 Buyback 558,200 7.500 7.550 4,191,295.00 View Detail
28-Jan-2005 28-Jan-2005 28-Jan-2005 Buyback 3,000,000 7.450 7.550 22,460,000.00 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
24-Sep-2004 24-Sep-2004 24-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,620,400 6.350 6.400 10,339,540.00 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
22-Sep-2004 22-Sep-2004 22-Sep-2004 Buyback 2,500,000 6.400 6.400 16,000,000.00 View Detail
20-Sep-2004 20-Sep-2004 20-Sep-2004 Buyback 841,500 6.400 6.400 5,385,600.00 View Detail
17-Sep-2004 17-Sep-2004 17-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,253,400 6.350 6.400 7,981,090.00 View Detail
16-Sep-2004 16-Sep-2004 16-Sep-2004 Buyback 399,800 6.300 6.300 2,518,740.00 View Detail
15-Sep-2004 15-Sep-2004 15-Sep-2004 Buyback 981,600 6.300 6.300 6,184,080.00 View Detail
14-Sep-2004 14-Sep-2004 14-Sep-2004 Buyback 71,800 6.300 6.300 452,340.00 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
10-Sep-2004 10-Sep-2004 10-Sep-2004 Buyback 2,000,000 6.300 6.300 12,600,000.00 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
08-Sep-2004 08-Sep-2004 08-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,000,000 6.300 6.300 6,300,000.00 View Detail
07-Sep-2004 07-Sep-2004 07-Sep-2004 Buyback 800,000 6.300 6.300 5,040,000.00 View Detail
06-Sep-2004 06-Sep-2004 06-Sep-2004 Buyback 1,245,500 6.250 6.300 7,838,665.00 View Detail
03-Sep-2004 03-Sep-2004 03-Sep-2004 Buyback 170,000 6.300 6.300 1,071,000.00 View Detail
02-Sep-2004 02-Sep-2004 02-Sep-2004 Buyback 327,600 6.250 6.300 2,055,000.00 View Detail
30-Aug-2004 30-Aug-2004 30-Aug-2004 Buyback 820,000 6.250 6.300 5,150,000.00 View Detail
27-Aug-2004 27-Aug-2004 27-Aug-2004 Buyback 741,000 6.200 6.250 4,625,690.00 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
25-Aug-2004 25-Aug-2004 25-Aug-2004 Buyback 876,100 6.150 6.200 5,425,515.00 View Detail
24-Aug-2004 24-Aug-2004 24-Aug-2004 Buyback 500,000 6.200 6.250 3,115,000.00 View Detail
23-Aug-2004 23-Aug-2004 23-Aug-2004 Buyback 648,000 6.250 6.300 4,055,000.00 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
19-Aug-2004 19-Aug-2004 19-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,100,000 6.250 6.300 6,900,000.00 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
17-Aug-2004 17-Aug-2004 17-Aug-2004 Buyback 850,000 6.300 6.300 5,355,000.00 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
13-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 Buyback 600,000 6.250 6.300 3,776,560.00 View Detail
12-Aug-2004 12-Aug-2004 12-Aug-2004 Buyback 550,000 6.300 6.300 3,465,000.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2004 11-Aug-2004 11-Aug-2004 Buyback 1,850,000 6.300 6.300 11,655,000.00 View Detail
09-Aug-2004 09-Aug-2004 09-Aug-2004 Buyback 400,000 6.250 6.300 2,514,500.00 View Detail
06-Aug-2004 06-Aug-2004 06-Aug-2004 Buyback 367,500 6.300 6.300 2,315,250.00 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
02-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 Buyback 218,200 6.250 6.300 1,366,750.00 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
09-Feb-2004 09-Feb-2004 09-Feb-2004 Buyback 7,951,400 2.990 3.020 23,897,691.00 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
05-Feb-2004 05-Feb-2004 05-Feb-2004 Buyback 11,487,400 2.870 2.900 33,152,758.00 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-Jan-2004 31-Dec-2003 31-Dec-2003 Buyback 18,167,400 2.790 2.830 51,193,193.00 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
29-Dec-2003 29-Dec-2003 29-Dec-2003 Buyback 6,822,800 2.700 2.750 18,580,109.00 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
24-Dec-2003 24-Dec-2003 24-Dec-2003 Buyback 8,493,400 2.600 2.650 22,316,575.00 View Detail
23-Dec-2003 23-Dec-2003 23-Dec-2003 Buyback 9,815,800 2.550 2.620 25,492,337.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2011 29-Jul-2011 29-Jul-2011 Buyback 10,000 13.400 13.400 134,000.00 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-2010 29-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 Buyback 10,000 12.200 12.200 122,000.00 View Detail
10-Feb-2010 28-Jan-2010 28-Jan-2010 Buyback 10,000 11.740 11.740 117,400.00 View Detail
12-Aug-2009 30-Jul-2009 30-Jul-2009 Buyback 5,000 10.300 10.300 51,500.00 View Detail
12-Feb-2009 29-Jan-2009 29-Jan-2009 Buyback 10,000 8.750 8.750 87,500.00 View Detail
15-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 04-Aug-2008 Buyback 10,000 10.100 10.100 101,000.00 View Detail
14-Feb-2008 31-Jan-2008 31-Jan-2008 Buyback 10,000 11.300 11.300 113,000.00 View Detail
17-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 14-Sep-2007 Buyback 271,900 9.600 9.650 2,617,740.00 View Detail
13-Sep-2007 30-Aug-2007 11-Sep-2007 Buyback 3,748,300 9.300 9.550 35,339,190.00 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
17-Aug-2007 06-Aug-2007 15-Aug-2007 Buyback 8,655,400 9.200 9.700 82,021,455.00 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
19-Jun-2007 07-Jun-2007 13-Jun-2007 Buyback 3,874,300 9.750 9.850 37,957,710.00 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
07-May-2007 23-Apr-2007 04-May-2007 Buyback 5,523,700 9.350 9.750 52,397,305.00 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
14-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 05-Feb-2007 Buyback 20,000 9.100 9.100 182,000.00 View Detail
11-Aug-2006 28-Jul-2006 28-Jul-2006 Buyback 10,000 6.650 6.650 66,500.00 View Detail
09-Feb-2006 26-Jan-2006 26-Jan-2006 Buyback 20,000 6.700 6.700 134,000.00 View Detail
15-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 01-Aug-2005 Buyback 10,000 7.200 7.200 72,000.00 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
08-Mar-2005 22-Feb-2005 04-Mar-2005 Buyback 9,879,900 7.550 7.700 75,443,600.00 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-Feb-2005 27-Jan-2005 07-Feb-2005 Buyback 7,088,700 7.450 7.600 53,338,095.00 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
13-Sep-2004 30-Aug-2004 10-Sep-2004 Buyback 8,152,900 6.250 6.300 51,330,405.00 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
16-Aug-2004 02-Aug-2004 13-Aug-2004 Buyback 5,297,200 6.250 6.300 33,355,510.00 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
18-Feb-2004 04-Feb-2004 12-Feb-2004 Buyback 24,913,700 3.240 3.400 82,343,850.00 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
22-Jun-2018 22-Jun-2018 22-Jun-2018 Resale 1,149,004 22.500 23.020 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
20-Jun-2018 20-Jun-2018 20-Jun-2018 Resale 7,280,500 22.780 23.740 0.00 View Detail
19-Jun-2018 19-Jun-2018 19-Jun-2018 Resale 4,640,000 23.360 23.940 0.00 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
02-Sep-2014 02-Sep-2014 02-Sep-2014 Resale 5,600,000 19.160 19.280 107,482,400.00 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
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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Longterminvestorr I3lurker can send link where BNM force ppl to paid more credit card? 5% of outstanding all these while. What i see opportunities, BNM announce 6 month deferment on two biggest commitment housing loan and car loan.

Govt purpose on doing so
1) citizen are more ease
2) govt reputation increase as helping rakyat
3) citizen got more money to spur into economy after one month recovery, and to balance back GDP

Disadvantages: Bank also will be hit as defer 6 month, but only a little but i will keep it around 8 years for next crisis

But do u guys remember 2008 global financial crisis? BNM cut OPR 1.75% (from 2008 to 2009) yet PBB share drop from rm10.50 to rm7 but u see back annual report at that time there are still growth.

Like Warren buffet say value investing and long term.
25/03/2020 10:10 PM
trader9918 At this level..oversold and still got more room for public bank to go up.
26/03/2020 12:19 AM
i3lurker its just maths and science in English

those who are good in maths can calculate out the actual effect on Grab car drivers who will be "forced" by Bank Negara to pay more

pay more rather than pay less, its quite funny.

why Bank Negara want to make Grab car drivers bankrupt? You must go and ask them.
26/03/2020 5:32 AM
i3lurker another extremely weird thing is that banks currently charge 10% interest and 42 months repayment on failed Grab car drivers.

it boggles the mind that Bank Negara,
rather than helping Grab car drivers wants to force Grab car drivers to pay more instead.

Banks 10% 42 months

Bank Negara 13% 36 months (36 months is forced by Bank Negara)

walau eh,
the extra 6 months time compression and higher interest rates are designed to "force" people to go bankrupt faster....
26/03/2020 5:57 AM
i3lurker maths and science in English, quick napkin calculation

Grab car driver RM20,000.00 credit card

Scheme A 1.5% per month
he pays RM350.00

Scheme B Banks currently now charging
he pays RM642.86

Bank Negara's "Forced Bankruptcy Scheme"
he pays RM772.22
26/03/2020 6:25 AM
i3lurker 2019 was a very bad year

so a few million Malaysian SME and sole proprietors had used credit cards for business financing

RM300,000 was an average balance for SME and Sole proprietors

Scheme A 1.5% per month
he pays RM5,250.00

Scheme B Banks currently now charging
he pays RM9,642.90

Bank Negara's "Forced Bankruptcy Scheme"
he pays RM11,583.30

the difference of RM2,000.00 is immediately noticeable and stands out under Bank Negara's new forced bankruptcy scheme
26/03/2020 6:39 AM
i3lurker this is a direct result of sending people to US and UK to study.

conventional Central Bank methods as taught by US and UK is that during times of financial crises, Central Bank's role is to make people bankrupt...

the idea is that by making 2,000,000 Malaysians bankrupt, economic renewal can be faster after crises is over.

These silly people gets brainwashed
and come back and implement forced bankruptcies at every opportunity they get.

funny thing is that, do you see US and UK making people bankrupt?
they just tell you to make people bankrupt.
but their own people is precious, too precious to make bankrupt.
instead they get USD3,000 per month or GBP2,500 per month

what do we have?

we get nothing
but instead get forced bankruptcy from Bank Negara
26/03/2020 7:22 AM
Philip ( what you can learn from RJ MITTE ) I3lurker you talk too much bullshit.
26/03/2020 8:30 AM
Philip ( what you can learn from RJ MITTE ) Your hobby is to troll investing forums? Maybe you should do that elsewhere, now is the time to buy cheap stocks and make good money.
26/03/2020 8:31 AM
Thanos123 Could go to tp 8
26/03/2020 8:36 PM
bnmacai Insyallah to that, Thanos123
26/03/2020 8:46 PM
27/03/2020 3:11 PM
i3lurker haiz
stimulus package is NOTHING!!!
27/03/2020 5:25 PM
ahbah U will get something when U buy chip shares now lah.
27/03/2020 5:29 PM
i3lurker cheap shares will become cheaper when 2 million Malaysians go bankrupt
27/03/2020 5:32 PM
28/03/2020 1:21 PM
mf Manila Bulletin News
Lion Air plane bursts into flame at NAIA runway, 8 passengers on board
1 hour ago
29/03/2020 10:38 PM
Sky Soo At the moment, most people still not very depressed. I would only start buying when most people have lost hope. Airaisia still hold up at .735. It should be .40 when people feel depressed.
30/03/2020 10:26 AM
feiloh Ya... wait for lelong...bankrupt and suicide headlines come first...sorry to say this but this is
30/03/2020 11:27 AM
Expertise Coming liao since bodo lembu gv....xtolong Sme
30/03/2020 12:59 PM
michael_jackson wow...from rm13 to rm15X, still strong like ballistic missile....no wonder epf join the party..
31/03/2020 10:32 AM
malaysiakuku michael_jackson bro, lu beli banyek masa time down ke? sebab itu you ada untung mah....kitorang beli sedikit...sebab itu, kita tak happy kalau jalan sangat slow mah...
31/03/2020 10:39 AM
dayang_suri as usual, EPF always appeared in several blue chip stocks.
31/03/2020 10:51 AM
Jeffreyteck Est at least one more time down circuit breaker in US. With its hopeless chief who prioritise $ ahead of people life, can sense more volatility created by him who likes to u-turn. Est his regime will be over by year end. As for this, why pay a premium now? TP = DY of Cimb or Mbb.
31/03/2020 11:52 AM
hasnah slowly slowly rebound
01/04/2020 8:55 AM
Bobii Any reason why public bank is better than Maybank / HLB ?
01/04/2020 11:49 AM
HL Chan Better ROI?
01/04/2020 2:58 PM
michael_jackson target RM18.00....what a wonderful world....
01/04/2020 5:59 PM
malaysiakuku Epf masih agresif nak menabung dengan public bank....terus pungut haum hampir setiap minggu.....hebat!!!
01/04/2020 6:15 PM
faizal take public bank fixed deposit out all in pbbank
01/04/2020 6:19 PM
Investor48 Good..tomorrow pls drop kaw kaw..
Need to buy back after profit taking..

Hehe...
01/04/2020 8:57 PM
JayC88 hopefully go down today!
02/04/2020 6:53 AM
RedEagle It's a reversal signal (short term rebound finished?!) it's time to take your profit.
02/04/2020 7:06 AM
malaysiakuku wow... main naik...hebat!!!
02/04/2020 10:14 AM
Papayashot Hi RedEagle, you are so good in identifying all the technical signals and time the market. Even better than Buffet.
02/04/2020 1:15 PM
masterus Last year, the central bank reduced the base rate use for lending to 3% from 3.25% in May.

Imran Yassin expects BNM to slash another 25bps, bringing the OPR to 2.25% at the next MPC’s meeting.

“It is very unlikely that the OPR will go to zero because we opine that BNM will need to maintain some buffer to give them room to manoeuvre should the economic conditions worsen,” he said.

In a report, Hong Leong Investment Bank said BNM will likely reduce the policy rate by a total of 50bps this year to bring the rate down to 2% in 2020.
02/04/2020 4:13 PM
michael_jackson strong assets and fundamental....
03/04/2020 3:15 PM
chongkahagent Only idiot will buy public bank at current price.

1997- rm 0.6
After so many bonus issues and dividend

2020- rm 15 when crisis is bigger now than 1997

Public bank fair price is- 30 cents now
04/04/2020 4:32 PM
chongkahagent Shun d following counters, these are counters deliberately supported by epf to avoid crumbling of klci:

Maybank
Hartalega
Top glove
Public bank
Hong leong
Petronas
Scientex
Penta master
etc etc
04/04/2020 4:34 PM
chongkahagent Biggest con game will unveil when dow jones collapsed soon n klci will follow suit.

Real effect of covid 19 had not been reflected onall bursa bluechip stocks- beware!

Current ci component stocks are all artificially supported by institution.. will collapse soon !
04/04/2020 4:37 PM
chongkahagent If u hv bluechip stock, u shd change to those good penny stocks .bluechip poses very great risk to crumble soon as its price doesnt teflect the crisis n aftermath impact- price r all artificially supported n will crumble very soon
04/04/2020 4:39 PM
chongkahagent Say no to expensive bluechip share now
04/04/2020 4:40 PM
Papayashot Hi Chongkahagent, can you suggest any good penny stock better than PBBANK? I would like to know that le...

I like your analysis:
---------------------------
1997- rm 0.6
After so many bonus issues and dividend

2020- rm 15 when crisis is bigger now than 1997

Public bank fair price is- 30 cents now


wah seh... Respect, respect.. You must be a good analyst. Even better than Warren Buffet
05/04/2020 1:31 PM
michael_jackson wow.... all financial services stocks going up today.... rm16.00 soon...
06/04/2020 2:45 PM
dayang_suri best performance since this morning...
06/04/2020 2:55 PM
RedEagle Malaysia's Covid-19 cases jump to 3,963 cases with 170 new cases. Meanwhile, 80 more are cured, bringing total recoveries to 1,321 cases or 33.3% of total cases.

One more person has died of the disease, bringing death toll to 63 or 1.6% of overall cases
07/04/2020 6:26 PM
prince4 Covid19 大家都没工作做没收入都来股市找钱 !
08/04/2020 4:13 PM
prince4 炒家在忙着捡便宜股来炒 !
08/04/2020 4:13 PM
tkl88 Wow, Fabulous!
Dow Jones closed at=> 23,433.57 (+779.71) (+3.44%) !
09/04/2020 7:00 AM
RedEagle OPEC+ to Meet, With Cuts Expected
Oil ministers will be brushing up on their video conference skills tonight.

OPEC+ will hold its virtual meeting Thursday that many (bulls) are hoping will result in production cuts to stabilize the market.

WTI futures spiked 11% in late trading as Algeria revved up expectations, saying “massive” output cuts were on the cards, which could be around 10 million barrels per day.

That added to enthusiasm about Russia planning to offer cuts of 1.6 million barrels, Reuters reported, citing a Kremlin source.

U.S. participation could be the key to whether a deal goes through. But the world’s largest crude producer signaled it will contribute about 1.2 million bpd at most in cuts that would be market driven, not an official reduction.
09/04/2020 7:13 AM


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