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KLSE: PBBANK (1295)       PUBLIC BANK BHD MAIN : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
20.12   -0.04 (0.20%)  20.10 - 20.16  2,537,100
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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
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
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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AlfI3 Dow ups firmly abt 1.5% , wat wud u anticipate now
14/08/2019 6:44 AM
Jeffreyteck Can start thinking and imposing higher fees and charges? Already in close to oligopoly industry supported by the regulator.
14/08/2019 5:14 PM
RainT result out

seem not bad
14/08/2019 5:36 PM
4444 Jackpot price RM 10.
14/08/2019 8:46 PM
freddiehero hahaha...
14/08/2019 8:52 PM
freddiehero i wish i wil kenak jackpot too
14/08/2019 8:53 PM
KK93 https://mao-kid.blogspot.com/2019/08/pbbank-1295-part-2.html
14/08/2019 11:07 PM
RedEagle Critically, as Jim Grant noted recently, the spread between the 10-year and three-month yields is an important indicator, James Bianco, president and eponym of Bianco Research LLC notes today. On six occasions over the past 50 years when the three-month yield exceeded that of the 10-year, economic recession invariably followed, commencing an average of 311 days after the initial signal.

Finally, Joseph Carson, former Director of Global Economic Research, Alliance Bernstein, notes that recessions are far from being alike and their symptoms and causes differ over time. Despite its many shapes and sizes the historical regularity that an inverted Treasury yield curve has coincided with recession has raised concern now that yields on longer-dated Treasuries have fallen been below shorter-term yields for several months running.

The power of the term spread to predict or anticipate economic recessions needs to be respected, but there are several new domestic and global factors that are present today, suggesting that the signaling effect from changes in the Treasury yield curve directly to the economy's future performance might not be as robust as it was past periods.

First, this is the first economic cycle that involved a bond-buying program by the Federal Reserve. The quantitative bond-buying program produced a technical anchoring effect at the long-end of the bond market that was not present in prior cycles. While this program did not cause a yield curve inversion by itself it did result in a flatter yield curve than what otherwise would have been the case, and as a result, it would not take much force from other factors to trigger an inversion in the term spread of yields.

Second, given the increased globalization of the financial markets the appeal and demand of long-dated US Treasury securities is often based on the yields available in other major economies. Long bond yields in a number of major economies (such Germany, Japan and France) are negative and many others (including the UK, Spain and Australia) are below 1% and that has led to an increase in global demand for long-dated US Treasury securities since yields in the US are in some cases 100 to 200 basis points over the yields of comparable maturities in other economies. That increased global demand for US securities is a new technical factor and unrelated to the performance of the US economy.

Third, this is the first time the inversion of the Treasury curve occurred with nominal yields at the short and long end that were well below the growth in nominal income and GDP (or the economy's yield curve). Why is that important? There is a direct negative consequence to the economy's performance when the cost of borrowing exceeds the growth in nominal income. At that point, the cost of new borrowing starts to become too costly, leading to a slowdown or a decline in credit use, and a weaker economy.

Although it is often overlooked, all of the Treasury yield curve inversions that have preceded recessions have coincided with an inversion in the economy's yield curve, or when short and long-term nominal rates were above the growth in nominal income and GDP. The fact that the Treasury yield curve has inverted at relatively low nominal yields, suggests that the interest rate channel is not producing the restrictive influences on the economy as it did during prior inversions and instead is actually providing a cushion (or stimulus) to the economy. Policymakers should take note of this unusual occurrence and not rush to ease policy further, saving its interest rate powder for another time.

If the Treasury curve inversion is not producing a restrictive influence on the economy as it did in the past can the US still experience a recession? Yes, but it would come from different channels.

The biggest recession risk today centers around the trade dispute between the US and China. Trade disputes have the potential to be very disruptive and contractionary and can operate through a number of channels, such as trade volumes and production, currencies and prices and asset markets.

Of all of these channels, the biggest vulnerability for the US is the equity channel since the market value of equities relative to income and GDP is at record highs, providing consumers with vast sums of liquidity and wealth. If the imposition of new tariffs and the uncertainty over what may follow triggers a de-risking and rush to exit, sparking a sustained 25% to 30% correction in the equity market that by itself could trigger a recession as it would deal a substantial blow to consumer liquidity and wealth, and an abrupt and sharp decline in spending and confidence.

That is not a forecast or a prediction but merely an observation that all recessions have been caused by some form of a demand shock, and the inverted yield curve merely highlighted the vulnerability of the economy to a potential bad outcome.
15/08/2019 12:36 AM
Mohd Fahmi Bin Jaes Dow Jones 25,479.42 -800.49 3.05%
Nasdaq 7,773.94 -242.42 3.02%
15/08/2019 6:38 AM
sheldon Im sure PBB will trade below 20 today
15/08/2019 8:55 AM
anzo888 just when you tot pbb will go below 20, mr market proves otherwise.
pbb still holding well above 20 though djia was down 800 pts
a very clear signal pbb has seen its bottom?
unless wall street keeps plunging, i got a feeling 20.36 will be history
15/08/2019 3:41 PM
jenngu Dividend RM 0.33 , https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/annent/1295.jsp
15/08/2019 6:36 PM
patient_invest PBB bank has very poor dividend yield, people are buying for capital gain?
15/08/2019 8:23 PM
AlfI3 Div yeild was good formerly but not so attractive nowadays. Nvrtheless, it Still better than Maybank
15/08/2019 11:14 PM
patient_invest Alf why is PBB better than Maybank?
16/08/2019 7:40 AM
Michael Yeo Bcos one twenty plus and the other is eight plus
17/08/2019 5:24 PM
masterus Worried Hong Kong Residents Are Moving Money Out as Protests Escalate
The local currency has weakened rapidly since early July, a move analysts attribute partly to outflow.

Money is leaking out of Hong Kong as months of protests raise concerns about the city’s future.

The local currency has weakened rapidly since early July, a move analysts attribute partly to outflows. Some businesses say they are seeing money move abroad, and several individuals who spoke to The Wall Street Journal said they have either swapped money into other currencies or are considering doing so.
19/08/2019 8:45 AM
masterus Sarah Fairhurst, a 52-year-old partner at the Lantau Group, an economic consulting firm, said she transferred 200,000 Hong Kong dollars (about $25,500) into British pounds last week because of concerns about the protests.
19/08/2019 8:46 AM
masterus Hong Kong’s citizens have begun waving American flags and singing the U.S. National Anthem amid ongoing protests against China’s control.

Videos on social media show Hong Kong citizens holding American flags and singing the anthem through bullhorns in what appears to be a show of solidarity and demonstration for their freedom.

https://americanmilitarynews.com/2019/08/video-hong-kong-protesters-sing-us-anthem-with-us-flags-against-chinese-tyranny-during-airport-occupation/
19/08/2019 3:27 PM
AlfI3 Ya, this rnd is aim for cap gain instead of div yield
20/08/2019 5:33 PM
BetorInvest EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) disposed 991,400 shares on 20-Aug-2019.

What is epf doing?
23/08/2019 11:03 PM
pbenterprisesucks Profit taking
24/08/2019 4:19 PM
William Ng I also wonder why pbb better then mbb...
28/08/2019 8:56 AM
PotentialGhost that why we like PH gov , because make a lot of stock become super cheap and new low. Heh heh
28/08/2019 9:27 AM
Darren95 what happen opening drop so much?
28/08/2019 10:24 AM
mkket i thought dragged by american share market and dividend ex-date affect...
28/08/2019 3:08 PM
Mk Chong bearish trend, so good, people buy more, then drop more
28/08/2019 10:25 PM
Jeffreyteck Getting confused nowadays with banking services and the consumers rights.
(1) Not allowed to go vto counters for most of the general transactions or impose charges for each transactions.
(2) discriminate the poor from the rich as higher deposit rate normally offers for above certain amount of deposit, regulator well aware of rising income discrepancy but allowed this to happened.
(3). forgot pin number of cards $12 will be imposed by certain bank as it wants you to replace a new card instead of reset your pin number,.
(4) cheque deposit machine failure and go to deposit cheque at counter will be charged $2.
(5) must have a savings account for FD withdrawal as money will be credited to your savings first then you withdraw from ATM ........ Assuming a poor people with $500 in FD receiving interest less than 3% but have to pay $12 for opening a savings account with ATM card..... Basically earned nothing from his or her FD. If account becomes dormant, $12 will be charged annually.

After merger under the so call financial sector master plan, limited market players can just do most of the things they want with minimum supervision and checking, all cost bears by consumers. Less people share the entire banking industry profit causing rising income discrepancy. Few years back highlighted in news that banks will be rated, till now, no new is good news, but is good for banks instead of consumers.
01/09/2019 9:07 AM
calvintaneng Looks like young mbsb bank has overtaken Goliath Public Bank

See

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/222737.jsp
01/09/2019 3:43 PM
masterus Hong Kong’s government has not ruled out calling a state of emergency across the territory, its deputy leader signalled on Monday, as China’s state news agency warned that “the end is coming” for the increasingly violent protesters it said were trying to disrupt the city.

The announcements came as tens of thousands of high school and university students boycotted class on Monday and riot police patrolled subway stations following a weekend of some of the most intense clashes yet between protesters and security forces in Hong Kong’s nearly three-month-old political crisis. 

The government could invoke the territory’s Emergency Regulations Ordinance, a colonial-era law that gives the government sweeping powers and would allow easier arrests, detentions, deportations and internet censorship.
03/09/2019 1:06 PM
masterus British PM Boris Johnson threatens election if MPs block no-deal Brexit
03/09/2019 1:08 PM
PotentialGhost Kekeke ,see you guy still want vote pH gov or not , kekeke Nia ma worst than najib gov . Bursa Malaysia drop every day , kekekek , Kasi lu mati!!
03/09/2019 5:28 PM
William Ng Bursa drop is because of TRUMP..
03/09/2019 6:34 PM
RainT the biggest ever mistake that Americans have made was to elect Donald Duck as US president
06/09/2019 4:37 PM
onlyhuat teh have uptrend...loss teh pbbank loss stream...
10/09/2019 3:32 PM
Vin Cullen Dont forget..Dowjone hit the highest in the history .. :D If last time Ah Jib push index to 2000 .. We also will vote him..hahaha
13/09/2019 1:24 PM
YouBuyIBuy Mahai all the bank finding suggest target RM24+- ,then now drop to rm20, all those reviews cheat 1?
14/09/2019 12:56 PM
William Ng 1 year later maybe rm24
16/09/2019 2:57 PM
pbenterprisesucks Spend RM400mil and yet their PB Enterprise system really sucks. Sure share price drop.
16/09/2019 8:42 PM
freddiehero new boss.. new management
16/09/2019 9:12 PM
freddiehero view back chart ex-pm when become a pm year..
16/09/2019 9:14 PM
freddiehero he was real graduate from university
16/09/2019 9:14 PM
freddiehero not sijil palsu
16/09/2019 9:15 PM
masterus Speculators will fail spectacularly in HK attacks
Several days after George Soros wrote an op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal saying his interest in defeating China "goes beyond US national interests," some Chinese media outlets reported the billionaire financier attempted to short sell Hong Kong stocks recently when the market was hit hard by the city's ongoing riots.

Soros' reported short-selling operation has not been confirmed. However, we hope he won't be so foolish as to repeat the mistakes he made two decades ago.

If Soros didn't learn anything from his defeat amid the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis and tries the same thing again, he will soon find that he is not up against the collective investors of Hong Kong but rather the world's second-largest economy. The Chinese central government will help local authorities in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to fight malicious short selling if it becomes a major cause of stock market turmoil.
18/09/2019 10:24 AM
masterus The Chinese central government is highly able to mobilize resources and coordinate action to fight external attacks. A prosperous economy of the Chinese mainland is a powerful backing for the Hong Kong stock market. Soros can't take on the world's second-largest economy.

Remember the Asian financial crisis? The HKSAR survived as a global financial hub because of the support of the central government when speculators, particularly Soros, sold the markets short.

History may repeat itself if Soros attacks Hong Kong's markets again. We hope Hong Kong's internal forces are able to restore order and safeguard market stability. However, if the city is exposed to economic turmoil, the central government has the ability to deal with malicious speculators, and they'll lose all they've got.
18/09/2019 10:25 AM
masterus Today, the Chinese economy is stronger than it was two decades ago. The central government is in a better position and has greater strength to fight against malicious short selling. We advise speculators, including Soros, not to engage in direct financial conflict with the world's second-largest economy. They will fail miserably.
18/09/2019 10:25 AM
tkl88 What a superb Good News ! US Fed cuts key interest rate by quarter-percentage point !

MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Fall After Fed Cuts Rates A Quarter-point, But Casts Doubt On Future Stimulus
https://www.morningstar.com/news/dow-jones/201909187545/market-snapshot-us-stocks-fall-after-fed-cuts-rates-a-quarter-point-but-casts-doubt-on-future-stimulus

Like that all the funds and capitals will flood into Asian Countries included Malaysia already !
Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
19/09/2019 9:39 AM
Vin Cullen They cut the opr ~ Which mean they will use their money to pump U.S Market .. took out from Bank ^^
19/09/2019 12:35 PM
YouBuyIBuy Malaysia November may cut interest again, is that good news for bank ? And is this good news for stock market & KLCI index?
19/09/2019 9:20 PM
YouBuyIBuy PBB why so weak ? PBV wo..
20/09/2019 10:01 AM


 

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