KLSE: BJFOOD (5196)       BERJAYA FOOD BHD MAIN : Consumer
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From To Type No. of Shares Min Price Max Price Total Amount
17-Feb-2020 17-Feb-2020 17-Feb-2020 Buyback 299,200 1.220 1.240 370,019.21 View Detail
14-Feb-2020 14-Feb-2020 14-Feb-2020 Buyback 1,500,000 1.190 1.250 1,829,895.96 View Detail
03-Feb-2020 03-Feb-2020 03-Feb-2020 Buyback 120,000 1.250 1.290 153,402.00 View Detail
31-Jan-2020 31-Jan-2020 31-Jan-2020 Buyback 280,000 1.240 1.300 357,790.80 View Detail
22-Nov-2019 22-Nov-2019 22-Nov-2019 Buyback 125,000 1.320 1.360 169,277.04 View Detail
21-Nov-2019 21-Nov-2019 21-Nov-2019 Buyback 125,000 1.300 1.340 165,273.16 View Detail
20-Nov-2019 20-Nov-2019 20-Nov-2019 Buyback 150,000 1.340 1.360 202,622.69 View Detail
19-Nov-2019 19-Nov-2019 19-Nov-2019 Buyback 150,000 1.360 1.390 206,516.18 View Detail
18-Nov-2019 18-Nov-2019 18-Nov-2019 Buyback 150,000 1.380 1.400 209,727.32 View Detail
15-Nov-2019 15-Nov-2019 15-Nov-2019 Buyback 400,000 1.360 1.410 558,739.68 View Detail
14-Nov-2019 14-Nov-2019 14-Nov-2019 Buyback 250,000 1.380 1.410 351,527.08 View Detail
13-Nov-2019 13-Nov-2019 13-Nov-2019 Buyback 200,000 1.390 1.410 281,238.32 View Detail
12-Nov-2019 12-Nov-2019 12-Nov-2019 Buyback 850,000 1.350 1.390 1,166,863.61 View Detail
11-Nov-2019 11-Nov-2019 11-Nov-2019 Buyback 500,000 1.370 1.390 692,501.55 View Detail
08-Nov-2019 08-Nov-2019 08-Nov-2019 Buyback 300,000 1.370 1.400 419,233.88 View Detail
09-May-2019 09-May-2019 09-May-2019 Buyback 680,000 1.700 1.730 1,176,500.03 View Detail
08-May-2019 08-May-2019 08-May-2019 Buyback 1,000,000 1.720 1.750 1,737,812.62 View Detail
07-May-2019 07-May-2019 07-May-2019 Buyback 270,000 1.750 1.760 474,244.65 View Detail
06-May-2019 06-May-2019 06-May-2019 Buyback 350,000 1.740 1.760 614,928.53 View Detail
03-May-2019 03-May-2019 03-May-2019 Buyback 500,000 1.770 1.790 892,852.36 View Detail
02-May-2019 02-May-2019 02-May-2019 Buyback 512,100 1.770 1.790 915,915.34 View Detail
25-Mar-2019 25-Mar-2019 25-Mar-2019 Buyback 106,500 1.600 1.620 172,143.99 View Detail
22-Mar-2019 22-Mar-2019 22-Mar-2019 Buyback 100,000 1.620 1.620 162,563.76 View Detail
21-Mar-2019 21-Mar-2019 21-Mar-2019 Buyback 500,000 1.630 1.640 821,271.12 View Detail
20-Mar-2019 20-Mar-2019 20-Mar-2019 Buyback 300,000 1.610 1.660 491,674.10 View Detail
19-Mar-2019 19-Mar-2019 19-Mar-2019 Buyback 200,000 1.610 1.620 324,105.99 View Detail
25-Oct-2018 25-Oct-2018 25-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.370 1.400 139,200.86 View Detail
24-Oct-2018 24-Oct-2018 24-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.390 1.410 139,609.20 View Detail
23-Oct-2018 23-Oct-2018 23-Oct-2018 Buyback 65,000 1.390 1.410 91,602.48 View Detail
22-Oct-2018 22-Oct-2018 22-Oct-2018 Buyback 35,000 1.400 1.410 49,494.87 View Detail
19-Oct-2018 19-Oct-2018 19-Oct-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.400 1.410 70,662.39 View Detail
18-Oct-2018 18-Oct-2018 18-Oct-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.400 1.420 70,752.96 View Detail
17-Oct-2018 17-Oct-2018 17-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.400 1.410 140,562.33 View Detail
16-Oct-2018 16-Oct-2018 16-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.400 1.420 141,053.95 View Detail
15-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.400 1.420 141,489.38 View Detail
12-Oct-2018 12-Oct-2018 12-Oct-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.400 1.430 142,077.32 View Detail
11-Oct-2018 11-Oct-2018 11-Oct-2018 Buyback 200,000 1.400 1.430 284,516.82 View Detail
10-Oct-2018 10-Oct-2018 10-Oct-2018 Buyback 300,000 1.420 1.440 430,074.58 View Detail
09-Oct-2018 09-Oct-2018 09-Oct-2018 Buyback 200,000 1.440 1.450 290,756.34 View Detail
08-Oct-2018 08-Oct-2018 08-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,120,000 1.420 1.460 1,619,502.79 View Detail
05-Oct-2018 05-Oct-2018 05-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,380,000 1.440 1.480 2,020,927.13 View Detail
04-Oct-2018 04-Oct-2018 04-Oct-2018 Buyback 4,000,000 1.380 1.480 5,788,525.65 View Detail
03-Oct-2018 03-Oct-2018 03-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,500,000 1.440 1.500 2,222,699.79 View Detail
02-Oct-2018 02-Oct-2018 02-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,430,000 1.430 1.470 2,081,078.98 View Detail
01-Oct-2018 01-Oct-2018 01-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,850,000 1.410 1.450 2,656,505.64 View Detail
28-Sep-2018 28-Sep-2018 28-Sep-2018 Buyback 1,000,000 1.420 1.450 1,439,039.22 View Detail
02-Aug-2018 02-Aug-2018 02-Aug-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.460 1.500 74,717.78 View Detail
01-Aug-2018 01-Aug-2018 01-Aug-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.470 1.500 149,143.56 View Detail
31-Jul-2018 31-Jul-2018 31-Jul-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.490 1.500 75,195.77 View Detail
30-Jul-2018 30-Jul-2018 30-Jul-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.480 1.500 149,927.14 View Detail
27-Jul-2018 27-Jul-2018 27-Jul-2018 Buyback 150,000 1.490 1.510 225,541.84 View Detail
26-Jul-2018 26-Jul-2018 26-Jul-2018 Buyback 13,060 1.520 2.050 20,098.84 View Detail
25-Jul-2018 25-Jul-2018 25-Jul-2018 Buyback 12,400 1.530 1.580 19,146.87 View Detail
24-Jul-2018 24-Jul-2018 24-Jul-2018 Buyback 25,000 1.530 1.570 38,963.94 View Detail
23-Jul-2018 23-Jul-2018 23-Jul-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.550 1.570 78,542.73 View Detail
20-Jul-2018 20-Jul-2018 20-Jul-2018 Buyback 150,000 1.460 1.560 229,590.17 View Detail
20-Jan-2017 20-Jan-2017 20-Jan-2017 Buyback 45,000 1.510 1.510 68,471.77 View Detail
18-Jan-2017 18-Jan-2017 18-Jan-2017 Buyback 57,100 1.530 1.550 88,500.51 View Detail
16-Jan-2017 16-Jan-2017 16-Jan-2017 Buyback 80,000 1.550 1.550 124,557.75 View Detail
13-Jan-2017 13-Jan-2017 13-Jan-2017 Buyback 31,500 1.560 1.580 49,935.93 View Detail
12-Jan-2017 12-Jan-2017 12-Jan-2017 Buyback 94,200 1.540 1.580 146,868.45 View Detail
11-Jan-2017 11-Jan-2017 11-Jan-2017 Buyback 80,000 1.550 1.560 124,709.29 View Detail
05-Jan-2017 05-Jan-2017 05-Jan-2017 Buyback 14,400 1.560 1.570 22,737.68 View Detail
04-Jan-2017 04-Jan-2017 04-Jan-2017 Buyback 25,000 1.570 1.580 39,703.11 View Detail
03-Jan-2017 03-Jan-2017 03-Jan-2017 Buyback 20,000 1.580 1.590 31,943.69 View Detail
30-Dec-2016 30-Dec-2016 30-Dec-2016 Buyback 187,400 1.570 1.650 301,443.07 View Detail
29-Dec-2016 29-Dec-2016 29-Dec-2016 Buyback 17,500 1.580 1.580 27,862.65 View Detail
28-Dec-2016 28-Dec-2016 28-Dec-2016 Buyback 20,200 1.570 1.580 32,159.12 View Detail
27-Dec-2016 27-Dec-2016 27-Dec-2016 Buyback 26,700 1.580 1.590 42,777.49 View Detail
23-Dec-2016 23-Dec-2016 23-Dec-2016 Buyback 32,300 1.570 1.590 51,541.57 View Detail
22-Dec-2016 22-Dec-2016 22-Dec-2016 Buyback 100,000 1.580 1.590 159,468.33 View Detail
21-Dec-2016 21-Dec-2016 21-Dec-2016 Buyback 130,000 1.570 1.590 207,289.88 View Detail
20-Dec-2016 20-Dec-2016 20-Dec-2016 Buyback 194,300 1.540 1.590 304,620.15 View Detail
19-Dec-2016 19-Dec-2016 19-Dec-2016 Buyback 50,000 1.580 1.590 79,859.24 View Detail
16-Dec-2016 16-Dec-2016 16-Dec-2016 Buyback 55,000 1.580 1.600 88,222.67 View Detail
15-Dec-2016 15-Dec-2016 15-Dec-2016 Buyback 19,800 1.520 1.540 30,597.77 View Detail
14-Dec-2016 14-Dec-2016 14-Dec-2016 Buyback 350,000 1.470 1.550 534,756.36 View Detail
13-Dec-2016 13-Dec-2016 13-Dec-2016 Buyback 450,000 1.540 1.600 709,572.73 View Detail
09-Dec-2016 09-Dec-2016 09-Dec-2016 Buyback 167,000 1.580 1.610 267,973.41 View Detail
08-Dec-2016 08-Dec-2016 08-Dec-2016 Buyback 96,400 1.530 1.600 154,153.81 View Detail
15-Sep-2016 15-Sep-2016 15-Sep-2016 Buyback 27,400 1.580 1.580 43,625.11 View Detail
14-Sep-2016 14-Sep-2016 14-Sep-2016 Buyback 120,500 1.570 1.580 190,744.24 View Detail
08-Sep-2016 08-Sep-2016 08-Sep-2016 Buyback 60,000 1.580 1.590 95,831.08 View Detail
02-Sep-2016 02-Sep-2016 02-Sep-2016 Buyback 50,000 1.560 1.560 78,598.88 View Detail
01-Sep-2016 01-Sep-2016 01-Sep-2016 Buyback 100,000 1.560 1.560 156,701.69 View Detail
30-Aug-2016 30-Aug-2016 30-Aug-2016 Buyback 117,800 1.550 1.560 183,914.46 View Detail
29-Aug-2016 29-Aug-2016 29-Aug-2016 Buyback 147,600 1.550 1.560 231,142.02 View Detail
26-Aug-2016 26-Aug-2016 26-Aug-2016 Buyback 150,000 1.510 1.560 231,456.12 View Detail
25-Aug-2016 25-Aug-2016 25-Aug-2016 Buyback 160,000 1.450 1.450 233,011.54 View Detail
24-Aug-2016 24-Aug-2016 24-Aug-2016 Buyback 275,400 1.450 1.460 402,933.85 View Detail
23-Aug-2016 23-Aug-2016 23-Aug-2016 Buyback 150,000 1.460 1.470 220,467.81 View Detail
22-Aug-2016 22-Aug-2016 22-Aug-2016 Buyback 850,000 1.360 1.430 1,204,618.37 View Detail
19-Aug-2016 19-Aug-2016 19-Aug-2016 Buyback 450,000 1.260 1.500 654,410.45 View Detail
17-Aug-2016 17-Aug-2016 17-Aug-2016 Buyback 200,000 1.580 1.600 319,559.23 View Detail
24-Jun-2016 24-Jun-2016 24-Jun-2016 Buyback 101,300 1.650 1.670 169,315.61 View Detail
23-Jun-2016 23-Jun-2016 23-Jun-2016 Buyback 3,500 1.670 1.670 5,895.27 View Detail
21-Jun-2016 21-Jun-2016 21-Jun-2016 Buyback 105,000 1.640 1.650 173,979.86 View Detail
20-Jun-2016 20-Jun-2016 20-Jun-2016 Buyback 10,000 1.590 1.590 16,022.18 View Detail
17-Jun-2016 17-Jun-2016 17-Jun-2016 Buyback 20,000 1.590 1.590 32,044.36 View Detail
21-Feb-2020 14-Feb-2020 17-Feb-2020 Buyback 1,799,200 1.190 1.250 2,199,915.17 View Detail
07-Feb-2020 31-Jan-2020 03-Feb-2020 Buyback 400,000 1.240 1.300 511,192.80 View Detail
25-Nov-2019 18-Nov-2019 22-Nov-2019 Buyback 700,000 1.300 1.400 953,416.39 View Detail
18-Nov-2019 08-Nov-2019 15-Nov-2019 Buyback 2,500,000 1.350 1.410 3,470,104.12 View Detail
13-May-2019 02-May-2019 09-May-2019 Buyback 3,312,100 1.700 1.790 5,812,253.53 View Detail
27-Mar-2019 19-Mar-2019 25-Mar-2019 Buyback 1,206,500 1.600 1.660 1,971,758.96 View Detail
29-Oct-2018 22-Oct-2018 25-Oct-2018 Buyback 300,000 1.370 1.410 419,907.41 View Detail
22-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 19-Oct-2018 Buyback 400,000 1.400 1.420 564,521.01 View Detail
15-Oct-2018 08-Oct-2018 12-Oct-2018 Buyback 1,920,000 1.400 1.460 2,766,927.85 View Detail
08-Oct-2018 28-Sep-2018 05-Oct-2018 Buyback 11,160,000 1.380 1.500 16,208,776.41 View Detail
06-Aug-2018 30-Jul-2018 02-Aug-2018 Buyback 300,000 1.460 1.500 448,984.25 View Detail
30-Jul-2018 20-Jul-2018 27-Jul-2018 Buyback 400,460 1.460 2.050 611,884.39 View Detail
23-Jan-2017 11-Jan-2017 20-Jan-2017 Buyback 387,800 1.510 1.580 603,043.70 View Detail
11-Jan-2017 03-Jan-2017 05-Jan-2017 Buyback 59,400 1.560 1.590 94,384.48 View Detail
03-Jan-2017 21-Dec-2016 30-Dec-2016 Buyback 514,100 1.570 1.650 822,542.12 View Detail
21-Dec-2016 08-Dec-2016 20-Dec-2016 Buyback 1,382,500 1.470 1.610 2,169,756.14 View Detail
20-Sep-2016 08-Sep-2016 15-Sep-2016 Buyback 207,900 1.570 1.590 330,200.43 View Detail
08-Sep-2016 29-Aug-2016 02-Sep-2016 Buyback 415,400 1.550 1.560 650,357.05 View Detail
29-Aug-2016 17-Aug-2016 26-Aug-2016 Buyback 2,235,400 1.260 1.600 3,266,457.37 View Detail
27-Jun-2016 17-Jun-2016 24-Jun-2016 Buyback 239,800 1.590 1.670 397,257.28 View Detail
17-Nov-2020 17-Nov-2020 17-Nov-2020 Cancel 511,880 0.000 0.000 0.00 View Detail
18-Nov-2019 18-Nov-2019 18-Nov-2019 Cancel 476,520 0.000 0.000 0.00 View Detail
19-Nov-2018 19-Nov-2018 19-Nov-2018 Cancel 518,600 0.000 0.000 0.00 View Detail
23-Nov-2017 23-Nov-2017 23-Nov-2017 Cancel 422,760 - - 0.00 View Detail
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Good123 ok. bagus
10/06/2020 8:00 AM
Good123 bjcorp Dan VT Beli berterusan Karna harga syer Starbucks USA Dah pulih . bjfood Masih Belum :)
10/06/2020 8:59 AM
Good123 just buy and hold, at good price , then sell back to bjcorp or VT
10/06/2020 7:33 PM
Good123 bjcorp or VT likes to buy bjfood share in the open market
10/06/2020 7:40 PM
Good123 bjtoto n bjfood Ada bagi dividend.. lain2 BJ companies, Takda
10/06/2020 9:31 PM
yingzhe17 Grab now while u can before shoot up to 1.50
based on the activity, possible privatization or share swap deal soon.
14/06/2020 10:13 PM
awesomeliddat BJ and VT keep acquiring the shares back.... sign?
17/06/2020 3:41 PM
RainT laugh die me lo

compare the USA Starbucks with Msia Starbucks

this person dont know that BJFOOD other than Starbucks still have other restaurants business that drag down it profit until today

also both operating environment of Starbucks USA and Msia also widely different

USA Starbucks price recovery or not is totally not relate with BJFOOD lo
20/06/2020 4:41 PM
RainT Ask BJFOOD to show good profit 1st
20/06/2020 4:42 PM
JK22 Being in redtone, indirectly we are forced to accept redtone in acquired some of this BJFOOD . So dropping to see if we are conned by this VT and BJ
11/07/2020 12:25 PM
JK22 CMO and RMCO . Restaurant biz and cafe NOT EFFECTED ? WHY buy now not after next QR
11/07/2020 12:27 PM
Good123 Q2, rugi besar is expected. less people plus affordability plus social distancing in the outlets
14/07/2020 1:41 PM
Good123 after next QR for Q2 baru tengok :)
14/07/2020 1:42 PM
Good123 jika VT tak Beli Dari masa ke SeMasa , Dah lama dibawah RM 1 lot? Q1 dah rugi
14/07/2020 1:43 PM
Good123 kopi adalah kehendak bukan keperluan
14/07/2020 1:43 PM
Good123 BFood’s 3QFY20 core losses after tax of -RM1.4m (QoQ: from RM2.2m in 2QFY20) brought 9MFY20 sum to RM11.2m, which was below ours and consensus expectations, accounting for 56.0% and 50.7%, respectively. The shortfall in earnings was due to lower-than-expected sales resulting from Covid-19. We lower our FY20/21/22 forecasts by 54.1%/9.8%/5.3% to account for significantly weaker sales volumes in 4QFY20 and lesser -than-expected Starbucks store openings for the time being. Despite the lower earnings adjustment, our TP rises from RM0.80 to RM0.90 (pegged to an unchanged 15x PE multiple) as we rollover our valuation to FY21. Maintain SELL.

Below expectations. BFood’s 3QFY20 core losses after tax of -RM1.4m (QoQ: from RM2.2m in 2QFY20) brought 9MFY20 sum to RM11.2m, which was below ours and consensus expectations, accounting for 56.0% and 50.7%, respectively. YoY/YTD comparisons are not available due to FYE change (from Apr to Jun). The shortfall in earnings was due to lower-than-expected sales resulting from Covid-19 outbreak which dried up foot traffic to F
14/07/2020 1:44 PM
Good123 bjfood's right issue was at 65sen per share last time. any right issue this year? Rights Issue



15/07/2020 6:13 AM
Good123 TP 90sen :(

KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) Research has reiterated its ‘underweight’ call on the consumer sector and said it expects the sector to report weak earnings in the second half of 2020 (2H20) while adjusting to the ‘new normal’.

HLIB Research analyst Gan Huan Wen expects retailers such as Aeon Co (M) Bhd with a ‘sell’ rating and target price of 86 sen, Focus Point Holdings Bhd (‘hold’, TP: 43 sen) and F
16/07/2020 8:18 PM
Good123 VT used bjcorp punya money to buy bjfood, tak bagi dividen untuk bjcorp shareholders
18/07/2020 11:56 AM
Good123 many Starbucks outlets were closed in USA, here?
19/07/2020 9:02 AM
Good123 KUALA LUMPUR (July 20): Malaysia’s economy may be severely impacted if the movement control order (MCO) is re-imposed, says Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

The premier noted that the country’s daily Covid-19 infections have risen to double-digit levels over the last few days, with 13 new clusters discovered throughout the current recovery MCO (RMCO) period, which began on June 10.

“If there is a spike in new Covid-19 cases, this will prompt the government to reimplement the MCO, (which in turn will have a) massive impact on our economy. The closing of economic sectors can cause the country to lose at least RM2 billion per day and millions of workers to lose their income sources,” he said in a live televised speech today.

“All the government and non-governmental organisations’ efforts under the Penjana and Prihatin [stimulus] packages to revive the economy will go to waste. The Prihatin package is expected to contribute over 3% to the country’s GDP (gross domestic product) this year,” he added.

More to come
20/07/2020 5:58 PM
Good123 Starbucks will report a bigger loss for Q2. 

China, meanwhile, announced that passengers on inbound flights must provide negative COVID-19 test results before boarding, as authorities seek to reduce the risk of imported cases amid increased international travel.

SYDNEY/LONDON: Global coronavirus infections surged past 15 million on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, with the pandemic gathering pace even as countries remain divided in their response to the crisis.

In the United States, which has the highest number of cases in the world with 3.91 million infections, President Donald Trump warned: "It will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better."

The top five countries with the most cases is rounded out by Brazil, India, Russia and South Africa. But, the Reuters tally shows the disease is accelerating the fastest in the Americas, which account for more than half the world's infections and half its deaths.

Globally, the rate of new infections shows no sign of slowing, according to the Reuters tally, based on official reports.

After the first COVID-19 case was reported in Wuhan, China, in early January, it took about 15 weeks to reach 2 million cases. By contrast, it took just eight days to climb above 15 million from the 13 million reached on July 13.

Health experts stress that official data almost certainly underreports both infections and deaths, particularly in countries with limited testing capacity.

The official number of coronavirus cases at 15,009,213 is at least triple the number of severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to World Health Organization data, while the death toll of more than 616,000 in seven months is close to the upper range of yearly influenza deaths.


With the first wave of the virus still to peak in several countries and a resurgence of case numbers in others, some countries are reintroducing strict social distancing measures while others relax restrictions.

Stung by low approval ratings for his handling of the epidemic and downplaying the risks during the early stages, Trump made a significant shift in rhetoric on Tuesday, encouraging Americans to wear a face mask.

While the epidemic worsened in the United States, Trump's focus ahead of a presidential election in November has been on reopening the economy, and governors in the hard-hit states of Texas, Florida and Georgia continue to push back hard against calls for stricter restrictions.

In Brazil, more than 2.15 million people have tested positive including President Jair Bolsonaro, and more than 81,000 people have died. While Bolsonaro has played down the outbreak, its scale has made Brazil a prime testing ground for potential vaccines.

India, the only other country with more than 1 million cases, reported almost 40,000 new cases on Wednesday. Having been keen to reopen its economy, India is now facing the twin challenge of combating the pandemic and massive flooding in the country's northeast.

Two ministers in South Africa's cabinet were admitted to hospital with COVID-19, as Africa's most-industrialised country counted a total 372,628 confirmed cases and 5,173 deaths.

Other countries are reintroducing restrictions in response to fresh outbreaks.

In Spain, the number of people allowed on Barcelona's beaches was limited after crowds flocked to the seaside over the weekend despite advice to stay home.

In Australia, residents of Melbourne, the country's second biggest city, were ordered to wear masks in public from Wednesday after the country reported a record 501 new cases.

Officials in Canada were closely watching a spike in cases as the economy reopens, attributing the rise in part to large numbers of young people gathering in bars.

China, meanwhile, announced that passengers on inbound flights must provide negative COVID-19 test results before boarding, as authorities seek to reduce the risk of imported cases amid increased international travel. - Reuters
23/07/2020 7:24 AM
Good123 SHAH ALAM (July 22): The Selangor Government will review the implementation of the standard operating procedures (SOP) to contain the COVID-19 epidemic in the State, says Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari.

He said the move is necessary as many seemed not to be complying with the SOP since the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) was enforced on June 10.

“This matter (failure to comply with the SOP) I have expected from the beginning since the implementation of RMCO, that is why I often remind people to abide by the SOP,” he said after chairing a task force coordination meeting with government agencies and department in the State here.

Amirudin added that he will be attending a National Security Council meeting chaired by the Prime Minister tomorrow before addressing the matter further.

Meanwhile, he said the state government would also be updating the 'SELangkah' initiative - an online system for contact tracing previously introduced in the State.

"Apart from updating the system, which aims to ensure that the people always remain compliant with the prescribed SOP, the public can also file complaints if there are premises that do not practice social distancing or fail to provide hand sanitiser to visitors," he said.
23/07/2020 7:26 AM
Good123 KUALA LUMPUR (July 25): Kuching has been categorised as a red zone after 41 Covid-19 cases have been detected as at noon today, said Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. 

He said Hospital Sentosa, also in Kuching, has been closed to the public and all its employees have been placed under quarantine at the hospital.

”There are four new cases in the Hospital Sentosa Cluster. (A total of) 677 individuals have been screened and tested, 657 are still waiting for their results and Kuching, Sarawak has become a red zone," he said in a statement on his Facebook today.

He said close contact tracing has been undertaken.

Malaysia recorded 23 new Covid-19 cases today, compared to 21 yesterday.

Meanwhile, Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said it will convene a special meeting tomorrow to discuss the latest development on the Covid-19 pandemic in the Kuching District.

In a statement issued in Kuching tonight, he said the district had been experiencing spikes in cases lately, with eight new positive cases reported today.

"We have 39 (new) positive cases (accumulated since last Sunday) and with one more case, we will turn into a red from the yellow zone. When we turn red it reflects the seriousness of the situation. This warrants certain measures to be taken. Tomorrow's meeting will be a special one to determine these measures," he said.

He said whatever measures deliberated and determined would be conveyed to the Health Ministry.

"We want them to act on them so that we can enforce or implement them as soon as possible,” he said, adding that travel bans would be among issues to be discussed in the meeting.

SDMC advisors Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian, who is State Housing and Local Government Minister, and Datuk Seri Dr Stephen Rundi (Sarawak Public Utilities Minister), State Health director Dr Chin Zin Hing and his team of medical experts are expected to attend the meeting.
25/07/2020 11:51 PM
Good123 Menteri Kanan (Kluster Keselamatan) Ismail Sabri Yaakob tidak menolak kemungkinan Perintah kawalan pergerakan (PKP) kembali dilaksanakan jika kes positif harian Covid-19 di negara ini mencecah tiga angka.

Beliau berkata, jika kes terus meningkat kerajaan tiada pilihan melainkan menguatkuasakan semula PKP sekali gus mengehadkan pergerakan seperti yang dilakukan pada awal penularan wabak berkenaan.

"Empat hari berturut-turut kes meningkat. Laporan Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) mengatakan kes meningkat disebabkan kealpaan kita sendiri. Kita lupa apabila kita melanggar prosedur operasi standard (SOP) akhirnya kes semakin meningkat.
26/07/2020 2:54 PM
Good123 Kluster Najib: PKP mungkin dilaksanakan kembali

DR. Noor Hisham Abdullah menandatangani buku komik `Pergi Covid-19!' pada Majlis Sesi Libat Urus Media bersama Ketua Pengarah Kesihatan di Putrajaya. - UTUSAN/FAISOL MUSTAFA


29 Julai 2020, 2:32 pm
02/08/2020 12:06 PM
James Ng https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/general/2020-08-10-story-h1511619050.jsp
[转贴] [BERJAYA FOOD BHD:许多消费者已经采取了预防措施,远离拥挤的地方,例如大型购物中心,饭店等。此外,自2020年1月以来,病毒大流行严重影响了旅游业,导致大量涌入马来西亚和新加坡的游客减少] - James的股票投资James Share Investing
10/08/2020 9:49 AM
EatCoconutCanWin sell food or blow job food
21/08/2020 6:15 PM
Jeffreyteck Losses sure got excuse, investors know. That's management and bod role to give excuse. Afterall which BJ co delivered good results and share price? TP 0.75 amidst Sep Q will be bad too and loans is high vs cash.
21/08/2020 7:40 PM
Good123 KUALA LUMPUR: Berjaya Food Bhd posted net losses of RM30.16mil on revenue of RM111.56mil in the fourth quarter ended June 30,2020 as it was adversely affected by the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic and movement curbs.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia yesterday, it said the movement control order (MCO), which came into effect on March 18, followed by the conditional MCO from May 12 to June 9 covered substantially the current reporting period.

“The group experienced a significant reduction in sales and recorded negative same-store-sales growth during this period, as the group was restricted from operating at its full capacity.

“Even though the group’s sales were recovering at a fast pace when Malaysia entered into the recovery MCO phase which started on June 10, the group still recorded a much lower sales in the current quarter under review.

Berjaya Food said the significant drop in sales caused a significant reduction in gross profit contribution, which was insufficient to offset the fixed costs (such as depreciation and rental expenses) in some outlets.

It also recognised an impairment loss on goodwill and property, plant and equipment of about RM2.35mil and RM1.15mil respectively as the recoverable amounts are lower than their carrying amounts.

Loss per share was 8.53 sen.

For the financial year ended June 30,2020, the group’s revenue and pre-tax loss were RM634.72mil and RM7.60mil respectively. Its net losses were RM18.92mil, badly impacted by the fourth quarter.

For the 14-month period ended June 30,2019, the group reported a revenue of RM788.98mil and pre-tax profit of RM46.56mil respectively.

“The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented preventive lockdown measures of varying degrees, and these have adversely impacted the group’s operating results.

“Nevertheless, the group is cautiously optimistic that the operating results of the group will be satisfactory in the ensuing financial year ending June 30,2021 with the gradual relaxation of the lockdown measures and recovery of the economy, ” it said.
22/08/2020 9:49 AM
newbie911 Terrible result !!!
22/08/2020 3:54 PM
Good123 KULAI (Aug 23): The Ministry of Health (MOH) has recommended that the National Security Council (MKN) extends the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) beyond Aug 31 when it is scheduled to end.

Its Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said that the recommendation was following the World Health Organisation (WHO) expecting the COVID -19 outbreak to last for at least two years.

He said that the two-year period was a long time and various efforts have been implemented by the government, including embracing new norms to enable people to understand the common need to address the spread of COVID-19.

“For the RMCO which will end on Aug 31, the MOH has made a recommendation to the MKN and also to the Prime Minister for it to continue until the situation is under control. So it is up to the Prime Minister to announce it in the near future.

“We can see certain countries are still struggling with increasing number of cases while we, here, are still strengthening and controlling the country’s entry points and borders well,” he said.

He said this to reporters after officiating the ‘Socso Prihatin’ programme at the Felda Bukit Besar hall today.

Also present were Socso chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Azman Aziz Mohammed and Johor Socso director Tong Sing Chuan.

He said that the MOH would continue to implement the active tracking method through the MySejahtera application, and customer record books, to identify individuals involved in COVID-19 clusters.
24/08/2020 5:26 AM
DreamKaiser up 0.88%
24/08/2020 6:37 AM
DreamKaiser boleh kasi up lai sikit kah
24/08/2020 6:37 AM
DreamKaiser baru la boleh panggil itu new investors mari lagi
24/08/2020 6:38 AM
Jeffreyteck Still well supported. First TP 0.75. LT will follow other BJ's.
24/08/2020 10:49 AM
TakeProfits Hey JEffrey teck....are you telling us bad news, AND YOU PUTTING IN BUY ORDERS TO COLLECT BJFoods. KIKIKI...You seem.interested in this in this Vincent Tan...Haha..
28/10/2020 1:05 PM
vcinvestor excellent 1Q2021 results
13/11/2020 9:48 AM
wehcant Not bad this Blow Job counter.
13/11/2020 2:46 PM
vcinvestor @wehcant - it leaves you satisfied?
13/11/2020 3:07 PM
wehcant Very much. Haven't been so happy lately.
13/11/2020 4:09 PM
ivanlau frankly speaking, coffee bean better than starbucks...........
13/11/2020 8:24 PM
flyingtomoon2020 Bjfood gogogo
13/11/2020 8:29 PM
flyingtomoon2020 Post removed. Why?
13/11/2020 8:29 PM
Dakewlest Good to buy now?
14/11/2020 10:02 PM
vcinvestor based on current EPS of 2.93 per share (annualized 11.7 per share), 15x P/E = RM1.76; 20x P/E = RM2.34. Now that Kenny Rogers Roasters is no longer bleeding so badly, possible for BJFOOD to repeat its 1Q21 performance for the rest of the year. Stronger ringgit also helps its bottom line as coffee beans (main COGS and imported in USD) are now cheaper.
16/11/2020 4:19 PM
Meanyunny Why is price spiking?
24/11/2020 4:45 PM
vcinvestor today baru boleh kata spiking...
25/11/2020 12:18 PM
Meanyunny Kenapa spiking?
25/11/2020 1:56 PM
aaabbbccc y today drop so much in a day ?
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