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KLSE: RCECAP (9296)       RCE CAPITAL BHD MAIN : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
1.64   0.00 (0.00%)  1.61 - 1.64  318,500
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From To Type No. of Shares Min Price Max Price Total Amount
20-Jun-2014 20-Jun-2014 20-Jun-2014 Buyback 62,900 0.325 0.325 20,592.30 View Detail
23-Jun-2014 23-Jun-2014 23-Jun-2014 Buyback 150,000 0.325 0.325 49,106.13 View Detail
24-Jun-2014 24-Jun-2014 24-Jun-2014 Buyback 600,000 0.325 0.330 198,749.06 View Detail
25-Jun-2014 25-Jun-2014 25-Jun-2014 Buyback 193,000 0.330 0.330 64,155.25 View Detail
26-Jun-2014 26-Jun-2014 26-Jun-2014 Buyback 45,000 0.330 0.330 14,958.56 View Detail
27-Jun-2014 27-Jun-2014 27-Jun-2014 Buyback 155,000 0.325 0.330 51,259.65 View Detail
30-Jun-2014 30-Jun-2014 30-Jun-2014 Buyback 670,000 0.330 0.335 223,972.33 View Detail
01-Jul-2014 01-Jul-2014 01-Jul-2014 Buyback 210,000 0.335 0.340 71,141.04 View Detail
02-Jul-2014 02-Jul-2014 02-Jul-2014 Buyback 630,400 0.350 0.350 221,568.12 View Detail
04-Jul-2014 04-Jul-2014 04-Jul-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.350 0.350 35,255.50 View Detail
13-Aug-2014 13-Aug-2014 13-Aug-2014 Buyback 20,000 0.355 0.355 7,152.73 View Detail
15-Sep-2014 15-Sep-2014 15-Sep-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.340 0.340 34,248.20 View Detail
17-Sep-2014 17-Sep-2014 17-Sep-2014 Buyback 200,000 0.330 0.340 67,942.94 View Detail
18-Sep-2014 18-Sep-2014 18-Sep-2014 Buyback 200,000 0.335 0.335 67,489.10 View Detail
19-Sep-2014 19-Sep-2014 19-Sep-2014 Buyback 109,600 0.335 0.335 36,984.32 View Detail
22-Sep-2014 22-Sep-2014 22-Sep-2014 Buyback 300,000 0.330 0.335 99,974.27 View Detail
23-Sep-2014 23-Sep-2014 23-Sep-2014 Buyback 73,000 0.325 0.330 24,049.07 View Detail
24-Sep-2014 24-Sep-2014 24-Sep-2014 Buyback 112,000 0.325 0.330 36,903.01 View Detail
25-Sep-2014 25-Sep-2014 25-Sep-2014 Buyback 330,000 0.335 0.340 111,778.39 View Detail
26-Sep-2014 26-Sep-2014 26-Sep-2014 Buyback 101,000 0.330 0.335 34,076.06 View Detail
29-Sep-2014 29-Sep-2014 29-Sep-2014 Buyback 163,900 0.340 0.340 56,133.08 View Detail
30-Sep-2014 30-Sep-2014 30-Sep-2014 Buyback 90,000 0.335 0.340 30,773.07 View Detail
01-Oct-2014 01-Oct-2014 01-Oct-2014 Buyback 220,000 0.335 0.340 74,490.69 View Detail
02-Oct-2014 02-Oct-2014 02-Oct-2014 Buyback 50,000 0.335 0.335 16,872.53 View Detail
03-Oct-2014 03-Oct-2014 03-Oct-2014 Buyback 230,000 0.335 0.335 77,613.42 View Detail
07-Oct-2014 07-Oct-2014 07-Oct-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.335 0.335 33,745.05 View Detail
08-Oct-2014 08-Oct-2014 08-Oct-2014 Buyback 624,000 0.320 0.330 203,112.05 View Detail
09-Oct-2014 09-Oct-2014 09-Oct-2014 Buyback 130,000 0.325 0.325 42,559.18 View Detail
10-Oct-2014 10-Oct-2014 10-Oct-2014 Buyback 400,000 0.320 0.325 128,800.22 View Detail
13-Oct-2014 13-Oct-2014 13-Oct-2014 Buyback 200,000 0.315 0.320 63,662.16 View Detail
14-Oct-2014 14-Oct-2014 14-Oct-2014 Buyback 354,600 0.310 0.310 110,398.76 View Detail
15-Oct-2014 15-Oct-2014 15-Oct-2014 Buyback 320,000 0.305 0.315 99,725.32 View Detail
16-Oct-2014 16-Oct-2014 16-Oct-2014 Buyback 680,000 0.300 0.305 206,012.56 View Detail
17-Oct-2014 17-Oct-2014 17-Oct-2014 Buyback 490,000 0.300 0.310 151,647.70 View Detail
20-Oct-2014 20-Oct-2014 20-Oct-2014 Buyback 160,000 0.310 0.315 50,617.18 View Detail
21-Oct-2014 21-Oct-2014 21-Oct-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.310 0.315 31,277.62 View Detail
23-Oct-2014 23-Oct-2014 23-Oct-2014 Buyback 60,000 0.310 0.315 18,887.13 View Detail
24-Oct-2014 24-Oct-2014 24-Oct-2014 Buyback 120,000 0.315 0.320 38,201.73 View Detail
27-Oct-2014 27-Oct-2014 27-Oct-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.320 0.320 32,233.60 View Detail
28-Oct-2014 28-Oct-2014 28-Oct-2014 Buyback 105,000 0.320 0.320 33,845.68 View Detail
29-Oct-2014 29-Oct-2014 29-Oct-2014 Buyback 45,000 0.320 0.325 14,631.61 View Detail
30-Oct-2014 30-Oct-2014 30-Oct-2014 Buyback 39,000 0.325 0.325 12,767.86 View Detail
31-Oct-2014 31-Oct-2014 31-Oct-2014 Buyback 143,300 0.325 0.330 47,483.52 View Detail
03-Nov-2014 03-Nov-2014 03-Nov-2014 Buyback 425,000 0.330 0.335 140,977.49 View Detail
04-Nov-2014 04-Nov-2014 04-Nov-2014 Buyback 263,000 0.325 0.325 86,099.50 View Detail
05-Nov-2014 05-Nov-2014 05-Nov-2014 Buyback 225,000 0.325 0.325 73,659.69 View Detail
06-Nov-2014 06-Nov-2014 06-Nov-2014 Buyback 309,000 0.325 0.325 100,857.41 View Detail
07-Nov-2014 07-Nov-2014 07-Nov-2014 Buyback 392,700 0.325 0.330 129,597.06 View Detail
10-Nov-2014 10-Nov-2014 10-Nov-2014 Buyback 377,100 0.330 0.340 126,777.81 View Detail
12-Nov-2014 12-Nov-2014 12-Nov-2014 Buyback 80,000 0.340 0.340 27,399.36 View Detail
13-Nov-2014 13-Nov-2014 13-Nov-2014 Buyback 73,800 0.335 0.335 24,903.76 View Detail
14-Nov-2014 14-Nov-2014 14-Nov-2014 Buyback 35,000 0.335 0.340 11,861.24 View Detail
17-Nov-2014 17-Nov-2014 17-Nov-2014 Buyback 35,000 0.330 0.335 11,798.19 View Detail
18-Nov-2014 18-Nov-2014 18-Nov-2014 Buyback 65,000 0.335 0.335 21,934.19 View Detail
19-Nov-2014 19-Nov-2014 19-Nov-2014 Buyback 165,000 0.330 0.335 54,897.85 View Detail
20-Nov-2014 20-Nov-2014 20-Nov-2014 Buyback 165,000 0.325 0.330 54,269.22 View Detail
21-Nov-2014 21-Nov-2014 21-Nov-2014 Buyback 84,000 0.330 0.330 27,922.64 View Detail
24-Nov-2014 24-Nov-2014 24-Nov-2014 Buyback 45,000 0.325 0.330 14,908.30 View Detail
25-Nov-2014 25-Nov-2014 25-Nov-2014 Buyback 150,000 0.325 0.330 49,155.94 View Detail
26-Nov-2014 26-Nov-2014 26-Nov-2014 Buyback 130,000 0.325 0.325 42,559.18 View Detail
27-Nov-2014 27-Nov-2014 27-Nov-2014 Buyback 12,000 0.325 0.325 3,945.17 View Detail
28-Nov-2014 28-Nov-2014 28-Nov-2014 Buyback 600,000 0.330 0.330 198,851.40 View Detail
01-Dec-2014 01-Dec-2014 01-Dec-2014 Buyback 317,900 0.315 0.325 102,337.94 View Detail
02-Dec-2014 02-Dec-2014 02-Dec-2014 Buyback 360,000 0.315 0.320 115,595.03 View Detail
03-Dec-2014 03-Dec-2014 03-Dec-2014 Buyback 65,000 0.315 0.315 20,625.00 View Detail
04-Dec-2014 04-Dec-2014 04-Dec-2014 Buyback 83,000 0.315 0.315 26,336.72 View Detail
05-Dec-2014 05-Dec-2014 05-Dec-2014 Buyback 80,000 0.310 0.315 25,081.87 View Detail
08-Dec-2014 08-Dec-2014 08-Dec-2014 Buyback 50,000 0.310 0.310 15,613.65 View Detail
09-Dec-2014 09-Dec-2014 09-Dec-2014 Buyback 74,000 0.305 0.310 22,810.41 View Detail
10-Dec-2014 10-Dec-2014 10-Dec-2014 Buyback 10,000 0.305 0.310 3,137.43 View Detail
12-Dec-2014 12-Dec-2014 12-Dec-2014 Buyback 251,000 0.300 0.300 75,850.39 View Detail
15-Dec-2014 15-Dec-2014 15-Dec-2014 Buyback 360,000 0.290 0.290 104,849.52 View Detail
16-Dec-2014 16-Dec-2014 16-Dec-2014 Buyback 128,000 0.285 0.290 37,264.63 View Detail
17-Dec-2014 17-Dec-2014 17-Dec-2014 Buyback 55,000 0.290 0.300 16,218.59 View Detail
18-Dec-2014 18-Dec-2014 18-Dec-2014 Buyback 70,000 0.300 0.300 21,153.30 View Detail
19-Dec-2014 19-Dec-2014 19-Dec-2014 Buyback 115,000 0.295 0.300 34,400.55 View Detail
22-Dec-2014 22-Dec-2014 22-Dec-2014 Buyback 130,000 0.300 0.305 39,330.19 View Detail
23-Dec-2014 23-Dec-2014 23-Dec-2014 Buyback 36,400 0.300 0.300 10,999.80 View Detail
24-Dec-2014 24-Dec-2014 24-Dec-2014 Buyback 70,000 0.300 0.305 21,174.73 View Detail
29-Dec-2014 29-Dec-2014 29-Dec-2014 Buyback 62,000 0.300 0.300 18,736.18 View Detail
30-Dec-2014 30-Dec-2014 30-Dec-2014 Buyback 100,000 0.300 0.305 30,391.08 View Detail
31-Dec-2014 31-Dec-2014 31-Dec-2014 Buyback 120,000 0.305 0.305 36,867.58 View Detail
02-Jan-2015 02-Jan-2015 02-Jan-2015 Buyback 109,000 0.300 0.305 33,262.49 View Detail
05-Jan-2015 05-Jan-2015 05-Jan-2015 Buyback 250,000 0.305 0.305 76,807.38 View Detail
06-Jan-2015 06-Jan-2015 06-Jan-2015 Buyback 340,000 0.300 0.300 102,438.60 View Detail
07-Jan-2015 07-Jan-2015 07-Jan-2015 Buyback 70,000 0.300 0.300 21,153.30 View Detail
09-Jan-2015 09-Jan-2015 09-Jan-2015 Buyback 204,900 0.300 0.305 62,850.18 View Detail
12-Jan-2015 12-Jan-2015 12-Jan-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.305 0.305 18,434.29 View Detail
13-Jan-2015 13-Jan-2015 13-Jan-2015 Buyback 25,000 0.305 0.305 7,681.04 View Detail
14-Jan-2015 14-Jan-2015 14-Jan-2015 Buyback 48,500 0.305 0.305 14,900.70 View Detail
15-Jan-2015 15-Jan-2015 15-Jan-2015 Buyback 99,500 0.310 0.320 31,574.97 View Detail
16-Jan-2015 16-Jan-2015 16-Jan-2015 Buyback 72,100 0.310 0.320 23,008.19 View Detail
19-Jan-2015 19-Jan-2015 19-Jan-2015 Buyback 70,000 0.315 0.315 22,211.92 View Detail
20-Jan-2015 20-Jan-2015 20-Jan-2015 Buyback 37,800 0.310 0.310 11,803.83 View Detail
22-Jan-2015 22-Jan-2015 22-Jan-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.310 0.310 18,736.18 View Detail
23-Jan-2015 23-Jan-2015 23-Jan-2015 Buyback 104,700 0.310 0.315 33,046.39 View Detail
26-Jan-2015 26-Jan-2015 26-Jan-2015 Buyback 30,000 0.315 0.315 9,519.54 View Detail
28-Jan-2015 28-Jan-2015 28-Jan-2015 Buyback 46,500 0.315 0.320 14,805.32 View Detail
03-Feb-2015 04-Feb-2015 04-Feb-2015 Buyback 10,000 0.315 0.315 3,194.95 View Detail
05-Feb-2015 05-Feb-2015 05-Feb-2015 Buyback 47,000 0.315 0.315 14,913.28 View Detail
09-Feb-2015 09-Feb-2015 09-Feb-2015 Buyback 140,000 0.310 0.310 43,717.42 View Detail
10-Feb-2015 10-Feb-2015 10-Feb-2015 Buyback 40,000 0.310 0.310 12,491.12 View Detail
12-Feb-2015 12-Feb-2015 12-Feb-2015 Buyback 50,000 0.310 0.310 15,613.65 View Detail
13-Feb-2015 13-Feb-2015 13-Feb-2015 Buyback 44,000 0.310 0.310 13,739.94 View Detail
16-Feb-2015 16-Feb-2015 16-Feb-2015 Buyback 150,000 0.310 0.310 46,839.95 View Detail
17-Feb-2015 17-Feb-2015 17-Feb-2015 Buyback 80,000 0.310 0.310 24,981.24 View Detail
23-Feb-2015 23-Feb-2015 23-Feb-2015 Buyback 199,500 0.315 0.315 63,301.42 View Detail
24-Feb-2015 24-Feb-2015 24-Feb-2015 Buyback 32,500 0.315 0.315 10,313.01 View Detail
25-Feb-2015 25-Feb-2015 25-Feb-2015 Buyback 272,700 0.315 0.315 86,527.68 View Detail
26-Feb-2015 26-Feb-2015 26-Feb-2015 Buyback 110,000 0.310 0.315 34,853.49 View Detail
27-Feb-2015 27-Feb-2015 27-Feb-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.315 0.315 19,038.07 View Detail
02-Mar-2015 02-Mar-2015 02-Mar-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.310 0.315 18,987.96 View Detail
03-Mar-2015 03-Mar-2015 03-Mar-2015 Buyback 210,000 0.315 0.315 66,633.75 View Detail
04-Mar-2015 04-Mar-2015 04-Mar-2015 Buyback 150,000 0.315 0.320 47,995.69 View Detail
05-Mar-2015 05-Mar-2015 05-Mar-2015 Buyback 150,000 0.315 0.320 48,048.51 View Detail
06-Mar-2015 06-Mar-2015 06-Mar-2015 Buyback 55,000 0.315 0.315 17,452.15 View Detail
09-Mar-2015 09-Mar-2015 09-Mar-2015 Buyback 65,000 0.315 0.315 20,625.00 View Detail
10-Mar-2015 10-Mar-2015 10-Mar-2015 Buyback 30,000 0.315 0.315 9,519.54 View Detail
11-Mar-2015 11-Mar-2015 11-Mar-2015 Buyback 190,000 0.310 0.315 59,682.88 View Detail
12-Mar-2015 12-Mar-2015 12-Mar-2015 Buyback 45,500 0.310 0.315 14,286.70 View Detail
13-Mar-2015 13-Mar-2015 13-Mar-2015 Buyback 25,000 0.315 0.315 7,932.62 View Detail
16-Mar-2015 16-Mar-2015 16-Mar-2015 Buyback 90,000 0.315 0.315 28,557.61 View Detail
17-Mar-2015 17-Mar-2015 17-Mar-2015 Buyback 125,000 0.310 0.310 39,033.13 View Detail
18-Mar-2015 18-Mar-2015 18-Mar-2015 Buyback 130,000 0.310 0.315 40,745.34 View Detail
19-Mar-2015 19-Mar-2015 19-Mar-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.315 0.315 19,038.07 View Detail
20-Mar-2015 20-Mar-2015 20-Mar-2015 Buyback 130,000 0.320 0.320 41,904.08 View Detail
23-Mar-2015 23-Mar-2015 23-Mar-2015 Buyback 170,000 0.315 0.320 54,693.37 View Detail
24-Mar-2015 24-Mar-2015 24-Mar-2015 Buyback 20,000 0.315 0.320 6,385.51 View Detail
25-Mar-2015 25-Mar-2015 25-Mar-2015 Buyback 160,000 0.320 0.320 51,574.56 View Detail
26-Mar-2015 26-Mar-2015 26-Mar-2015 Buyback 250,000 0.315 0.320 79,829.28 View Detail
27-Mar-2015 27-Mar-2015 27-Mar-2015 Buyback 80,000 0.315 0.320 25,434.68 View Detail
30-Mar-2015 30-Mar-2015 30-Mar-2015 Buyback 90,000 0.315 0.320 28,959.73 View Detail
31-Mar-2015 31-Mar-2015 31-Mar-2015 Buyback 173,500 0.315 0.320 55,201.97 View Detail
01-Apr-2015 01-Apr-2015 01-Apr-2015 Buyback 300,000 0.315 0.315 95,190.35 View Detail
02-Apr-2015 02-Apr-2015 02-Apr-2015 Buyback 40,000 0.315 0.315 12,697.14 View Detail
03-Apr-2015 03-Apr-2015 03-Apr-2015 Buyback 210,000 0.315 0.315 66,658.76 View Detail
06-Apr-2015 06-Apr-2015 06-Apr-2015 Buyback 550,000 0.320 0.320 176,791.65 View Detail
07-Apr-2015 07-Apr-2015 07-Apr-2015 Buyback 170,000 0.325 0.325 55,674.96 View Detail
08-Apr-2015 08-Apr-2015 08-Apr-2015 Buyback 30,000 0.320 0.320 9,674.11 View Detail
09-Apr-2015 09-Apr-2015 09-Apr-2015 Buyback 50,000 0.320 0.325 16,224.52 View Detail
10-Apr-2015 10-Apr-2015 10-Apr-2015 Buyback 110,000 0.320 0.325 35,661.54 View Detail
13-Apr-2015 13-Apr-2015 13-Apr-2015 Buyback 131,800 0.320 0.325 42,651.91 View Detail
14-Apr-2015 14-Apr-2015 14-Apr-2015 Buyback 70,000 0.320 0.320 22,572.59 View Detail
15-Apr-2015 15-Apr-2015 15-Apr-2015 Buyback 90,000 0.320 0.320 29,021.33 View Detail
16-Apr-2015 16-Apr-2015 16-Apr-2015 Buyback 100,000 0.320 0.320 32,245.70 View Detail
17-Apr-2015 17-Apr-2015 17-Apr-2015 Buyback 490,200 0.320 0.335 164,148.70 View Detail
20-Apr-2015 20-Apr-2015 20-Apr-2015 Buyback 510,800 0.345 0.350 179,030.79 View Detail
21-Apr-2015 21-Apr-2015 21-Apr-2015 Buyback 159,100 0.345 0.350 55,814.96 View Detail
22-Apr-2015 22-Apr-2015 22-Apr-2015 Buyback 148,000 0.340 0.345 50,908.18 View Detail
23-Apr-2015 23-Apr-2015 23-Apr-2015 Buyback 65,000 0.340 0.340 22,270.58 View Detail
24-Apr-2015 24-Apr-2015 24-Apr-2015 Buyback 45,000 0.335 0.335 15,191.68 View Detail
27-Apr-2015 27-Apr-2015 27-Apr-2015 Buyback 110,000 0.330 0.335 36,982.49 View Detail
28-Apr-2015 28-Apr-2015 28-Apr-2015 Buyback 120,500 0.325 0.330 39,564.72 View Detail
29-Apr-2015 29-Apr-2015 29-Apr-2015 Buyback 60,000 0.325 0.335 20,102.02 View Detail
30-Apr-2015 30-Apr-2015 30-Apr-2015 Buyback 45,800 0.330 0.330 15,230.93 View Detail
05-May-2015 05-May-2015 05-May-2015 Buyback 270,000 0.325 0.325 88,424.00 View Detail
06-May-2015 06-May-2015 06-May-2015 Buyback 220,000 0.325 0.325 72,049.48 View Detail
07-May-2015 07-May-2015 07-May-2015 Buyback 30,000 0.330 0.330 9,976.11 View Detail
11-May-2015 11-May-2015 11-May-2015 Buyback 50,000 0.330 0.330 16,627.19 View Detail
12-May-2015 12-May-2015 12-May-2015 Buyback 80,000 0.335 0.340 27,207.31 View Detail
13-May-2015 13-May-2015 13-May-2015 Buyback 42,500 0.340 0.340 14,561.50 View Detail
14-May-2015 14-May-2015 14-May-2015 Buyback 100,000 0.340 0.340 34,261.05 View Detail
15-May-2015 15-May-2015 15-May-2015 Buyback 150,000 0.340 0.340 51,391.58 View Detail
19-May-2015 19-May-2015 19-May-2015 Buyback 56,400 0.340 0.340 19,324.07 View Detail
20-May-2015 20-May-2015 20-May-2015 Buyback 160,000 0.335 0.340 54,313.14 View Detail
21-May-2015 21-May-2015 21-May-2015 Buyback 58,700 0.340 0.340 20,111.28 View Detail
22-May-2015 22-May-2015 22-May-2015 Buyback 70,000 0.340 0.340 23,982.94 View Detail
25-May-2015 25-May-2015 25-May-2015 Buyback 120,000 0.335 0.340 40,760.73 View Detail
26-May-2015 26-May-2015 26-May-2015 Buyback 66,500 0.335 0.340 22,751.19 View Detail
27-May-2015 27-May-2015 27-May-2015 Buyback 80,000 0.340 0.340 27,409.64 View Detail
28-May-2015 28-May-2015 28-May-2015 Buyback 50,000 0.340 0.340 17,130.53 View Detail
29-May-2015 29-May-2015 29-May-2015 Buyback 300,000 0.340 0.340 102,458.80 View Detail
01-Jun-2015 01-Jun-2015 01-Jun-2015 Buyback 350,000 0.340 0.345 120,238.71 View Detail
02-Jun-2015 02-Jun-2015 02-Jun-2015 Buyback 170,000 0.345 0.345 59,100.67 View Detail
03-Jun-2015 03-Jun-2015 03-Jun-2015 Buyback 230,000 0.345 0.345 79,959.91 View Detail
05-Jun-2015 05-Jun-2015 05-Jun-2015 Buyback 165,000 0.350 0.350 58,193.66 View Detail
08-Jun-2015 08-Jun-2015 08-Jun-2015 Buyback 509,100 0.345 0.350 178,546.93 View Detail
09-Jun-2015 09-Jun-2015 09-Jun-2015 Buyback 95,000 0.350 0.350 33,506.05 View Detail
10-Jun-2015 10-Jun-2015 10-Jun-2015 Buyback 105,000 0.350 0.350 37,032.42 View Detail
11-Jun-2015 11-Jun-2015 11-Jun-2015 Buyback 31,100 0.350 0.350 10,968.70 View Detail
12-Jun-2015 12-Jun-2015 12-Jun-2015 Buyback 50,000 0.350 0.350 17,634.87 View Detail
15-Jun-2015 15-Jun-2015 15-Jun-2015 Buyback 370,000 0.345 0.345 128,224.53 View Detail
16-Jun-2015 16-Jun-2015 16-Jun-2015 Buyback 167,000 0.340 0.340 57,216.18 View Detail
17-Jun-2015 17-Jun-2015 17-Jun-2015 Buyback 100,000 0.340 0.345 34,513.73 View Detail
18-Jun-2015 18-Jun-2015 18-Jun-2015 Buyback 21,800 0.340 0.340 7,469.50 View Detail
19-Jun-2015 19-Jun-2015 19-Jun-2015 Buyback 140,000 0.340 0.345 48,318.21 View Detail
22-Jun-2015 22-Jun-2015 22-Jun-2015 Buyback 45,000 0.340 0.345 15,468.47 View Detail
23-Jun-2015 23-Jun-2015 23-Jun-2015 Buyback 310,700 0.345 0.345 107,674.45 View Detail
11-Aug-2015 11-Aug-2015 11-Aug-2015 Buyback 20,000 0.400 0.400 8,061.42 View Detail
28-Aug-2015 28-Aug-2015 28-Aug-2015 Buyback 800,000 0.375 0.375 301,249.40 View Detail
01-Sep-2015 01-Sep-2015 01-Sep-2015 Buyback 500,000 0.375 0.375 188,343.88 View Detail
02-Sep-2015 02-Sep-2015 02-Sep-2015 Buyback 120,000 0.375 0.375 45,345.51 View Detail
05-Feb-2016 05-Feb-2016 05-Feb-2016 Buyback 30,000 0.275 0.275 8,314.10 View Detail
16-Aug-2016 16-Aug-2016 16-Aug-2016 Buyback 10,000 1.160 1.160 11,689.47 View Detail
12-Apr-2018 12-Apr-2018 12-Apr-2018 Buyback 147,900 1.380 1.410 207,831.80 View Detail
13-Apr-2018 13-Apr-2018 13-Apr-2018 Buyback 90,000 1.420 1.470 130,053.34 View Detail
16-Apr-2018 16-Apr-2018 16-Apr-2018 Buyback 55,000 1.410 1.450 79,326.39 View Detail
17-Apr-2018 17-Apr-2018 17-Apr-2018 Buyback 15,000 1.400 1.410 21,256.06 View Detail
19-Apr-2018 19-Apr-2018 19-Apr-2018 Buyback 10,000 1.390 1.390 13,992.82 View Detail
20-Apr-2018 20-Apr-2018 20-Apr-2018 Buyback 25,000 1.360 1.380 34,428.39 View Detail
23-Apr-2018 23-Apr-2018 23-Apr-2018 Buyback 84,800 1.340 1.360 114,828.54 View Detail
24-Apr-2018 24-Apr-2018 24-Apr-2018 Buyback 30,000 1.330 1.340 40,267.02 View Detail
25-Apr-2018 25-Apr-2018 25-Apr-2018 Buyback 60,000 1.300 1.320 79,124.89 View Detail
26-Apr-2018 26-Apr-2018 26-Apr-2018 Buyback 20,000 1.310 1.320 26,496.78 View Detail
27-Apr-2018 27-Apr-2018 27-Apr-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.290 1.310 130,655.44 View Detail
30-Apr-2018 30-Apr-2018 30-Apr-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.290 1.300 65,333.40 View Detail
02-May-2018 02-May-2018 02-May-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.290 1.290 64,930.73 View Detail
04-May-2018 04-May-2018 04-May-2018 Buyback 130,000 1.280 1.290 167,082.53 View Detail
07-May-2018 07-May-2018 07-May-2018 Buyback 116,300 1.220 1.240 143,988.21 View Detail
15-May-2018 15-May-2018 15-May-2018 Buyback 51,700 1.330 1.340 69,527.25 View Detail
16-May-2018 16-May-2018 16-May-2018 Buyback 80,000 1.320 1.340 106,772.19 View Detail
17-May-2018 17-May-2018 17-May-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.320 1.330 132,963.49 View Detail
18-May-2018 18-May-2018 18-May-2018 Buyback 250,000 1.230 1.290 315,961.38 View Detail
21-May-2018 21-May-2018 21-May-2018 Buyback 180,000 1.250 1.260 227,192.36 View Detail
22-May-2018 22-May-2018 22-May-2018 Buyback 150,000 1.260 1.300 194,109.13 View Detail
23-May-2018 23-May-2018 23-May-2018 Buyback 80,000 1.280 1.290 103,159.59 View Detail
24-May-2018 24-May-2018 24-May-2018 Buyback 55,000 1.270 1.290 70,769.37 View Detail
25-May-2018 25-May-2018 25-May-2018 Buyback 140,000 1.280 1.320 182,536.89 View Detail
28-May-2018 28-May-2018 28-May-2018 Buyback 110,000 1.320 1.350 147,474.77 View Detail
30-May-2018 30-May-2018 30-May-2018 Buyback 280,000 1.300 1.350 373,812.25 View Detail
31-May-2018 31-May-2018 31-May-2018 Buyback 80,000 1.340 1.360 107,976.39 View Detail
01-Jun-2018 01-Jun-2018 01-Jun-2018 Buyback 100,000 1.340 1.350 134,542.53 View Detail
04-Jun-2018 04-Jun-2018 04-Jun-2018 Buyback 37,500 1.410 1.420 53,510.01 View Detail
05-Jun-2018 05-Jun-2018 05-Jun-2018 Buyback 210,000 1.440 1.490 307,988.93 View Detail
06-Jun-2018 06-Jun-2018 06-Jun-2018 Buyback 200,000 1.500 1.570 309,407.69 View Detail
07-Jun-2018 07-Jun-2018 07-Jun-2018 Buyback 55,000 1.540 1.570 86,290.18 View Detail
11-Oct-2018 11-Oct-2018 11-Oct-2018 Buyback 150,000 1.420 1.460 216,893.40 View Detail
15-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 15-Oct-2018 Buyback 30,000 1.470 1.490 44,679.72 View Detail
16-Oct-2018 16-Oct-2018 16-Oct-2018 Buyback 25,000 1.480 1.480 37,233.10 View Detail
17-Oct-2018 17-Oct-2018 17-Oct-2018 Buyback 30,800 1.490 1.520 46,483.00 View Detail
23-Oct-2018 23-Oct-2018 23-Oct-2018 Buyback 35,000 1.440 1.460 51,294.09 View Detail
24-Oct-2018 24-Oct-2018 24-Oct-2018 Buyback 35,000 1.470 1.480 51,874.87 View Detail
25-Oct-2018 25-Oct-2018 25-Oct-2018 Buyback 45,000 1.430 1.450 65,258.51 View Detail
29-Oct-2018 29-Oct-2018 29-Oct-2018 Buyback 15,000 1.430 1.430 21,585.14 View Detail
29-Oct-2018 29-Oct-2018 29-Oct-2018 Buyback 15,000 1.430 1.430 21,585.14 View Detail
30-Oct-2018 30-Oct-2018 30-Oct-2018 Buyback 25,000 1.430 1.440 36,176.49 View Detail
31-Oct-2018 31-Oct-2018 31-Oct-2018 Buyback 30,000 1.460 1.470 44,277.31 View Detail
18-Dec-2018 18-Dec-2018 18-Dec-2018 Buyback 55,000 1.450 1.460 80,504.26 View Detail
19-Dec-2018 19-Dec-2018 19-Dec-2018 Buyback 27,800 1.450 1.460 40,664.67 View Detail
20-Dec-2018 20-Dec-2018 20-Dec-2018 Buyback 50,000 1.430 1.450 72,302.66 View Detail
21-Dec-2018 21-Dec-2018 21-Dec-2018 Buyback 10,000 1.450 1.460 14,670.85 View Detail
27-Dec-2018 27-Dec-2018 27-Dec-2018 Buyback 10,000 1.460 1.460 14,691.98 View Detail
28-Dec-2018 28-Dec-2018 28-Dec-2018 Buyback 15,000 1.460 1.460 22,037.97 View Detail
02-Jan-2019 02-Jan-2019 02-Jan-2019 Buyback 9,800 1.450 1.450 14,299.53 View Detail
03-Jan-2019 03-Jan-2019 03-Jan-2019 Buyback 12,000 1.470 1.470 17,751.14 View Detail
04-Jan-2019 04-Jan-2019 04-Jan-2019 Buyback 12,900 1.470 1.470 19,082.47 View Detail
07-Jan-2019 07-Jan-2019 07-Jan-2019 Buyback 27,800 1.470 1.480 41,304.47 View Detail
08-Jan-2019 08-Jan-2019 08-Jan-2019 Buyback 15,000 1.480 1.480 22,339.86 View Detail
09-Jan-2019 09-Jan-2019 09-Jan-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.490 1.500 45,082.14 View Detail
10-Jan-2019 10-Jan-2019 10-Jan-2019 Buyback 11,800 1.500 1.500 17,811.51 View Detail
11-Jan-2019 11-Jan-2019 11-Jan-2019 Buyback 22,000 1.500 1.500 33,207.90 View Detail
14-Jan-2019 14-Jan-2019 14-Jan-2019 Buyback 22,500 1.570 1.590 35,834.43 View Detail
18-Jan-2019 18-Jan-2019 18-Jan-2019 Buyback 280,000 1.500 1.560 428,911.96 View Detail
22-Jan-2019 22-Jan-2019 22-Jan-2019 Buyback 22,500 1.550 1.560 35,220.61 View Detail
23-Jan-2019 23-Jan-2019 23-Jan-2019 Buyback 15,000 1.560 1.560 23,547.42 View Detail
24-Jan-2019 24-Jan-2019 24-Jan-2019 Buyback 25,000 1.550 1.560 39,145.07 View Detail
29-Jan-2019 29-Jan-2019 29-Jan-2019 Buyback 25,000 1.570 1.580 39,648.22 View Detail
06-Mar-2019 06-Mar-2019 06-Mar-2019 Buyback 19,700 1.650 1.650 32,721.49 View Detail
13-Mar-2019 13-Mar-2019 13-Mar-2019 Buyback 15,000 1.650 1.650 24,914.84 View Detail
14-Mar-2019 14-Mar-2019 14-Mar-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.640 1.640 33,018.45 View Detail
15-Mar-2019 15-Mar-2019 15-Mar-2019 Buyback 53,800 1.620 1.640 88,288.35 View Detail
18-Mar-2019 18-Mar-2019 18-Mar-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.630 1.650 49,578.11 View Detail
19-Mar-2019 19-Mar-2019 19-Mar-2019 Buyback 13,800 1.620 1.630 22,635.76 View Detail
20-Mar-2019 20-Mar-2019 20-Mar-2019 Buyback 35,000 1.630 1.640 57,650.52 View Detail
21-Mar-2019 21-Mar-2019 21-Mar-2019 Buyback 52,000 1.620 1.640 85,634.40 View Detail
22-Mar-2019 22-Mar-2019 22-Mar-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.640 1.640 49,527.67 View Detail
25-Mar-2019 25-Mar-2019 25-Mar-2019 Buyback 50,000 1.620 1.620 81,539.46 View Detail
26-Mar-2019 26-Mar-2019 26-Mar-2019 Buyback 32,100 1.620 1.620 52,348.34 View Detail
27-Mar-2019 27-Mar-2019 27-Mar-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.610 1.610 48,621.68 View Detail
28-Mar-2019 28-Mar-2019 28-Mar-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.610 1.610 32,414.45 View Detail
29-Mar-2019 29-Mar-2019 29-Mar-2019 Buyback 10,000 1.620 1.630 16,326.02 View Detail
01-Apr-2019 01-Apr-2019 01-Apr-2019 Buyback 23,700 1.610 1.610 38,411.13 View Detail
02-Apr-2019 02-Apr-2019 02-Apr-2019 Buyback 40,000 1.610 1.610 64,828.90 View Detail
03-Apr-2019 03-Apr-2019 03-Apr-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.610 1.620 32,515.12 View Detail
04-Apr-2019 04-Apr-2019 04-Apr-2019 Buyback 25,000 1.620 1.620 40,769.73 View Detail
05-Apr-2019 05-Apr-2019 05-Apr-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.620 1.650 33,009.40 View Detail
08-Apr-2019 08-Apr-2019 08-Apr-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.640 1.650 49,628.24 View Detail
11-Apr-2019 11-Apr-2019 11-Apr-2019 Buyback 14,300 1.650 1.650 23,752.14 View Detail
17-Apr-2019 17-Apr-2019 17-Apr-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.650 1.660 49,930.24 View Detail
18-Apr-2019 18-Apr-2019 18-Apr-2019 Buyback 60,000 1.660 1.660 100,263.34 View Detail
22-Apr-2019 22-Apr-2019 22-Apr-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.640 1.650 33,119.11 View Detail
23-Apr-2019 23-Apr-2019 23-Apr-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.650 1.650 33,219.78 View Detail
24-Apr-2019 24-Apr-2019 24-Apr-2019 Buyback 15,000 1.640 1.650 24,910.77 View Detail
26-Apr-2019 26-Apr-2019 26-Apr-2019 Buyback 25,000 1.660 1.660 41,776.39 View Detail
29-Apr-2019 29-Apr-2019 29-Apr-2019 Buyback 33,900 1.640 1.650 56,117.12 View Detail
06-May-2019 06-May-2019 06-May-2019 Buyback 35,000 1.660 1.670 58,587.72 View Detail
07-May-2019 07-May-2019 07-May-2019 Buyback 51,800 1.650 1.670 86,560.69 View Detail
08-May-2019 08-May-2019 08-May-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.660 1.660 33,421.11 View Detail
09-May-2019 09-May-2019 09-May-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.660 1.660 33,421.11 View Detail
10-May-2019 10-May-2019 10-May-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.650 1.660 50,031.11 View Detail
13-May-2019 13-May-2019 13-May-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.630 1.650 33,018.45 View Detail
14-May-2019 14-May-2019 14-May-2019 Buyback 30,000 1.610 1.630 48,923.68 View Detail
16-May-2019 16-May-2019 16-May-2019 Buyback 19,100 1.620 1.620 31,148.08 View Detail
17-May-2019 17-May-2019 17-May-2019 Buyback 37,300 1.610 1.610 60,452.96 View Detail
23-May-2019 23-May-2019 23-May-2019 Buyback 50,000 1.600 1.600 80,532.80 View Detail
24-May-2019 24-May-2019 24-May-2019 Buyback 19,900 1.590 1.590 31,851.74 View Detail
27-May-2019 27-May-2019 27-May-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.600 1.600 32,213.12 View Detail
10-Jun-2019 10-Jun-2019 10-Jun-2019 Buyback 15,000 1.630 1.630 24,612.84 View Detail
12-Jun-2019 12-Jun-2019 12-Jun-2019 Buyback 35,000 1.640 1.640 57,782.28 View Detail
13-Jun-2019 13-Jun-2019 13-Jun-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.630 1.630 32,817.12 View Detail
05-Mar-2013 27-Feb-2013 27-Feb-2013 Buyback 10,000 0.235 0.235 2,393.71 View Detail
01-Jul-2013 19-Jun-2013 26-Jun-2013 Buyback 303,000 0.260 0.275 81,632.45 View Detail
09-Jul-2013 27-Jun-2013 05-Jul-2013 Buyback 328,400 0.265 0.275 89,336.16 View Detail
22-Jul-2013 09-Jul-2013 17-Jul-2013 Buyback 308,000 0.275 0.280 85,529.89 View Detail
31-Jul-2013 18-Jul-2013 25-Jul-2013 Buyback 280,000 0.275 0.285 79,378.86 View Detail
06-Aug-2013 29-Jul-2013 02-Aug-2013 Buyback 230,000 0.280 0.285 65,482.30 View Detail
16-Aug-2013 05-Aug-2013 14-Aug-2013 Buyback 384,900 0.275 0.285 107,225.12 View Detail
28-Aug-2013 15-Aug-2013 26-Aug-2013 Buyback 310,000 0.270 0.280 85,882.09 View Detail
06-Sep-2013 27-Aug-2013 04-Sep-2013 Buyback 685,100 0.255 0.270 183,156.33 View Detail
18-Sep-2013 05-Sep-2013 13-Sep-2013 Buyback 675,000 0.265 0.275 183,180.77 View Detail
30-Sep-2013 17-Sep-2013 25-Sep-2013 Buyback 368,500 0.265 0.280 100,776.76 View Detail
09-Oct-2013 26-Sep-2013 02-Oct-2013 Buyback 122,600 0.260 0.265 32,503.28 View Detail
18-Oct-2013 07-Oct-2013 17-Oct-2013 Buyback 270,000 0.260 0.265 71,368.36 View Detail
31-Oct-2013 21-Oct-2013 29-Oct-2013 Buyback 160,000 0.265 0.275 43,593.74 View Detail
13-Nov-2013 30-Oct-2013 08-Nov-2013 Buyback 1,070,000 0.270 0.275 292,277.31 View Detail
22-Nov-2013 11-Nov-2013 19-Nov-2013 Buyback 871,000 0.275 0.280 241,387.13 View Detail
03-Dec-2013 20-Nov-2013 28-Nov-2013 Buyback 566,200 0.270 0.275 154,470.77 View Detail
12-Dec-2013 02-Dec-2013 09-Dec-2013 Buyback 472,000 0.265 0.270 126,701.02 View Detail
20-Dec-2013 10-Dec-2013 17-Dec-2013 Buyback 197,000 0.265 0.270 53,380.06 View Detail
30-Dec-2013 18-Dec-2013 26-Dec-2013 Buyback 455,000 0.265 0.270 122,244.97 View Detail
09-Jan-2014 27-Dec-2013 06-Jan-2014 Buyback 372,600 0.265 0.270 100,138.51 View Detail
20-Jan-2014 07-Jan-2014 13-Jan-2014 Buyback 2,835,000 0.265 0.295 819,565.92 View Detail
28-Jan-2014 15-Jan-2014 23-Jan-2014 Buyback 1,750,000 0.280 0.295 505,950.25 View Detail
06-Feb-2014 24-Jan-2014 04-Feb-2014 Buyback 383,000 0.275 0.285 107,148.53 View Detail
06-Mar-2014 21-Feb-2014 03-Mar-2014 Buyback 1,534,100 0.275 0.285 433,898.16 View Detail
17-Mar-2014 04-Mar-2014 12-Mar-2014 Buyback 654,500 0.275 0.285 184,333.88 View Detail
25-Mar-2014 13-Mar-2014 21-Mar-2014 Buyback 551,000 0.275 0.285 155,917.66 View Detail
03-Apr-2014 24-Mar-2014 01-Apr-2014 Buyback 1,185,000 0.280 0.295 344,066.81 View Detail
15-Apr-2014 02-Apr-2014 10-Apr-2014 Buyback 905,900 0.285 0.290 261,433.65 View Detail
25-Apr-2014 11-Apr-2014 23-Apr-2014 Buyback 9,693,200 0.285 0.340 3,096,979.79 View Detail
07-May-2014 24-Apr-2014 05-May-2014 Buyback 1,506,000 0.300 0.330 484,065.90 View Detail
19-May-2014 06-May-2014 12-May-2014 Buyback 604,100 0.305 0.325 190,172.73 View Detail
23-May-2014 14-May-2014 21-May-2014 Buyback 920,500 0.320 0.325 299,282.54 View Detail
03-Jun-2014 22-May-2014 29-May-2014 Buyback 1,252,000 0.315 0.330 409,079.69 View Detail
12-Jun-2014 30-May-2014 10-Jun-2014 Buyback 465,000 0.315 0.320 149,143.05 View Detail
24-Jun-2014 11-Jun-2014 19-Jun-2014 Buyback 1,052,000 0.315 0.325 339,181.89 View Detail
02-Jul-2014 20-Jun-2014 30-Jun-2014 Buyback 1,875,900 0.325 0.335 622,793.28 View Detail
11-Jul-2014 01-Jul-2014 04-Jul-2014 Buyback 940,400 0.335 0.350 327,964.66 View Detail
26-Aug-2014 13-Aug-2014 13-Aug-2014 Buyback 20,000 0.355 0.355 7,152.73 View Detail
25-Sep-2014 15-Sep-2014 23-Sep-2014 Buyback 982,600 0.325 0.340 330,687.90 View Detail
03-Oct-2014 24-Sep-2014 02-Oct-2014 Buyback 1,066,900 0.325 0.340 361,026.83 View Detail
16-Oct-2014 03-Oct-2014 13-Oct-2014 Buyback 1,684,000 0.315 0.335 549,496.10 View Detail
24-Oct-2014 14-Oct-2014 21-Oct-2014 Buyback 2,104,600 0.300 0.315 649,679.14 View Detail
04-Nov-2014 23-Oct-2014 31-Oct-2014 Buyback 612,300 0.310 0.330 198,051.13 View Detail
14-Nov-2014 03-Nov-2014 10-Nov-2014 Buyback 1,991,800 0.325 0.340 657,968.96 View Detail
24-Nov-2014 12-Nov-2014 20-Nov-2014 Buyback 618,800 0.325 0.340 207,063.81 View Detail
04-Dec-2014 21-Nov-2014 01-Dec-2014 Buyback 1,338,900 0.315 0.330 439,680.57 View Detail
15-Dec-2014 02-Dec-2014 09-Dec-2014 Buyback 712,000 0.305 0.320 226,062.68 View Detail
23-Dec-2014 10-Dec-2014 19-Dec-2014 Buyback 989,000 0.285 0.310 292,874.41 View Detail
31-Dec-2014 22-Dec-2014 30-Dec-2014 Buyback 398,400 0.300 0.305 120,631.98 View Detail
13-Jan-2015 31-Dec-2014 09-Jan-2015 Buyback 1,093,900 0.300 0.305 333,379.53 View Detail
23-Jan-2015 12-Jan-2015 20-Jan-2015 Buyback 412,900 0.305 0.320 129,614.94 View Detail
30-Jan-2015 22-Jan-2015 28-Jan-2015 Buyback 241,200 0.310 0.320 76,107.43 View Detail
16-Feb-2015 04-Feb-2015 12-Feb-2015 Buyback 287,000 0.310 0.315 89,930.42 View Detail
26-Feb-2015 13-Feb-2015 23-Feb-2015 Buyback 473,500 0.310 0.315 148,862.55 View Detail
06-Mar-2015 24-Feb-2015 04-Mar-2015 Buyback 895,200 0.310 0.320 284,349.65 View Detail
17-Mar-2015 05-Mar-2015 13-Mar-2015 Buyback 560,500 0.310 0.320 177,547.40 View Detail
27-Mar-2015 16-Mar-2015 24-Mar-2015 Buyback 725,000 0.310 0.320 230,357.11 View Detail
06-Apr-2015 25-Mar-2015 02-Apr-2015 Buyback 1,093,500 0.315 0.320 348,923.43 View Detail
16-Apr-2015 03-Apr-2015 13-Apr-2015 Buyback 1,251,800 0.315 0.325 403,337.45 View Detail
27-Apr-2015 14-Apr-2015 22-Apr-2015 Buyback 1,568,100 0.320 0.350 533,742.25 View Detail
05-May-2015 23-Apr-2015 28-Apr-2015 Buyback 340,500 0.325 0.340 114,009.47 View Detail
11-May-2015 29-Apr-2015 07-May-2015 Buyback 625,800 0.325 0.335 205,782.54 View Detail
21-May-2015 11-May-2015 19-May-2015 Buyback 478,900 0.330 0.340 163,372.70 View Detail
01-Jun-2015 20-May-2015 27-May-2015 Buyback 555,200 0.335 0.340 189,328.92 View Detail
09-Jun-2015 28-May-2015 05-Jun-2015 Buyback 1,265,000 0.340 0.350 437,082.28 View Detail
19-Jun-2015 08-Jun-2015 16-Jun-2015 Buyback 1,327,200 0.340 0.350 463,129.68 View Detail
30-Jun-2015 17-Jun-2015 23-Jun-2015 Buyback 617,500 0.340 0.345 213,444.36 View Detail
24-Aug-2015 11-Aug-2015 11-Aug-2015 Buyback 20,000 0.400 0.400 8,061.42 View Detail
10-Sep-2015 28-Aug-2015 02-Sep-2015 Buyback 1,420,000 0.375 0.375 534,938.79 View Detail
18-Feb-2016 05-Feb-2016 05-Feb-2016 Buyback 30,000 0.275 0.275 8,314.10 View Detail
29-Aug-2016 16-Aug-2016 16-Aug-2016 Buyback 10,000 1.160 1.160 11,689.47 View Detail
25-Apr-2018 12-Apr-2018 23-Apr-2018 Buyback 427,700 1.340 1.470 601,717.34 View Detail
07-May-2018 24-Apr-2018 02-May-2018 Buyback 310,000 1.290 1.340 406,808.26 View Detail
17-May-2018 04-May-2018 15-May-2018 Buyback 298,000 1.220 1.340 380,597.99 View Detail
25-May-2018 16-May-2018 23-May-2018 Buyback 840,000 1.230 1.340 1,080,158.14 View Detail
06-Jun-2018 24-May-2018 01-Jun-2018 Buyback 765,000 1.270 1.360 1,017,112.20 View Detail
13-Jun-2018 04-Jun-2018 07-Jun-2018 Buyback 502,500 1.410 1.570 757,196.81 View Detail
24-Oct-2018 11-Oct-2018 17-Oct-2018 Buyback 235,800 1.420 1.520 345,289.22 View Detail
31-Oct-2018 23-Oct-2018 30-Oct-2018 Buyback 155,000 1.430 1.480 226,189.10 View Detail
13-Nov-2018 31-Oct-2018 31-Oct-2018 Buyback 30,000 1.460 1.470 44,277.13 View Detail
31-Dec-2018 18-Dec-2018 27-Dec-2018 Buyback 152,800 1.430 1.460 222,834.42 View Detail
10-Jan-2019 28-Dec-2018 08-Jan-2019 Buyback 92,500 1.450 1.480 136,815.44 View Detail
18-Jan-2019 09-Jan-2019 14-Jan-2019 Buyback 86,300 1.490 1.590 131,935.98 View Detail
30-Jan-2019 18-Jan-2019 29-Jan-2019 Buyback 367,500 1.500 1.580 566,473.28 View Detail
19-Mar-2019 06-Mar-2019 15-Mar-2019 Buyback 108,500 1.620 1.650 178,943.13 View Detail
28-Mar-2019 18-Mar-2019 27-Mar-2019 Buyback 272,900 1.610 1.650 447,535.94 View Detail
11-Apr-2019 28-Mar-2019 08-Apr-2019 Buyback 188,700 1.610 1.650 307,902.99 View Detail
23-Apr-2019 11-Apr-2019 18-Apr-2019 Buyback 104,300 1.650 1.660 173,945.72 View Detail
02-May-2019 22-Apr-2019 29-Apr-2019 Buyback 113,900 1.640 1.660 189,143.17 View Detail
15-May-2019 06-May-2019 14-May-2019 Buyback 206,800 1.610 1.670 343,963.87 View Detail
28-May-2019 16-May-2019 24-May-2019 Buyback 126,300 1.590 1.620 203,985.58 View Detail
03-Jun-2019 27-May-2019 27-May-2019 Buyback 20,000 1.600 1.600 32,213.12 View Detail
20-Sep-2016 09-Sep-2016 09-Sep-2016 Resale 500,000 1.200 1.220 602,163.83 View Detail
29-Sep-2016 22-Sep-2016 22-Sep-2016 Resale 1,624,500 1.210 1.260 2,006,008.14 View Detail
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Choivo Capital Phillip,

The only reason why cigar butt method is outdated, is because they are so few of these companies left, and not much money can be placed in them , especially in the US.

Buffet stopped, because his capital is too large and he did not enjoy the process. Schloss stopped because he couldn't find any anymore.

This is not the case in malaysia. You have fairly profitable property development companies, paying out 4-6% dividend yield, selling for 50-70% discount to liquidation value. its a no brainer to buy some in a diversified, for me at least.

Here are two funds in malaysia/singapore who are practicing it quite successfully with good returns. Yeoman Capital, and Aggregate Asset Management.

In the US, you may have heard of this person called Seth Klarman.

There is no such thing as outdated, when it comes to value investing, just whether it can still be executed.

And this is not a cigar butt for me.

That is one way to think about PE6, but at some point, VITROX, PADINI, INARI were below 10PE PE and yielding 7% dividends.

The goal in investing is to find where market is wrong or inefficient, make your purchase, and wait for the market to correct itself.

Wells fargo, BOA etc also have low-ish valuations compared to the market, despite capital structures being far better than in the previous years.

What is investing but the long term arbitrage between the price of the stock and the intrinsic value of the company?

I think the market is wrong.

On your questions on the company, i know enough to understand the 5-10 year competitiveness of the company and the industry, and at this price, i've got a good enough margin of safety. I don't engage in false precision, and chase after information that have low utility.

See the trees miss the woods and all.

This isn't a 50PE company, where i better be right on every single aspect. Still i do enjoy the process of getting to know the company better.
15/03/2019 9:54 AM
Choivo Capital By the way,

Its not 10, its 5 years. Moving forward, i don't expect such strong growth, and if such strong growth was obtained in this kind of industry, i would be selling.

I expect a growth somewhere below GDP, since the govt is slowing down hiring etc. If it was fair value, i would not be as keen. But i'm getting a very nice discount.
15/03/2019 9:57 AM
Dr Jho Low 42 billion Sharebuyback for ESOS is no difference than taking shareholders money to give themselves. Or I would say robbery if i am not being nice.
15/03/2019 10:00 AM
Choivo Capital Their buyback policy is whenever its below book. At this price, i would rather they buy back even more than ESOS issued. They usually buy less.
15/03/2019 12:20 PM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip The last time they hit 70 million was 31st December 2010. Or am I wrong?
15/03/2019 1:12 PM
Choivo Capital Oh you mean quarterly revenue. I thought you mean profit for some odd reason.

Yeah in that case, you're right.

I'm in no rush though,slightly below GDP growth is more than enough at this price.
15/03/2019 5:21 PM
GLNT https://www.finews.asia/finance/28549-singapore-fintech-launches-platform-for-personal-loans
30/03/2019 8:46 AM
GLNT https://www.sinchew.com.my/pad/con/2019-03/30/content_2030352.html
30/03/2019 6:50 PM
Choivo Capital Thanks.
01/04/2019 11:02 AM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip Oh god. Fintech startups in Singapore like numoni? Bye bye rm120 million...
03/04/2019 7:07 PM
chshzhd fintech so bad meh:)
03/04/2019 11:37 PM
GLNT https://sbr.com.sg/financial-services/news/online-lending-startup-offers-personal-loans-50000
04/04/2019 7:20 AM
GLNT Philip just simply wanna whack the credit culture deal without without bothering to look at the terms of the deal. Everything RCE is rubbish. George Kent is the best. Got it. Thanks.
04/04/2019 7:30 AM
GLNT What happens when credit culture fails? What does the terms say? Will RCE lose the money? What’s the collateral? How does RCE benefit even when CC fails? Oh... everything is gone! Aahhh, who bothers? George Kent is the best investment for now. Yay
04/04/2019 7:34 AM
GLNT Is the 120 million investment an equity stake in the company? A bond? Read the sheet. Oh, who cares? GKent!
04/04/2019 7:44 AM
Outliar :'D
04/04/2019 5:25 PM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip You don't have to be a genius to know Bitcoin bubble was going to burst, Warren Buffett called it a long time ago.

I buy fintech companies with a specifc purpose that fulfills a certain market need. I don't buy it just because it says fintech. I also don't think the management of RCECAP has the same level of financial acumen.

Maybe you can read more on my fintech investment here ( and the share price today)
https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/philip2/191042.jsp

>>>>>>>

GLNT Philip just simply wanna whack the credit culture deal without without bothering to look at the terms of the deal. Everything RCE is rubbish. George Kent is the best. Got it. Thanks.
04/04/2019 7:30 AM
12/04/2019 11:14 AM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip Obviously when I say say oh god I back it up with facts.

Here is fact number 1. RCECAP is selling bonds at 10% to credit culture. Sounds good? Wait.

Here is fact number 2. Stop looking at profits, think on the risks ( as someone who borrowed and borrow money to others repayment is more important than profits). In this case there is no collateral or capital guarantee. The bond repayment is based on the loan portfolio receivables. Meaning upon collapse, rcecap will have to do the loan chasing themselves in Singapore. And these will be those b40 people, very hard up already. Got funds? Bankruptcy lo.

Here is fact number 3. What is the basis of lending? Basically it is based on their proprietary internally processed credit scoring system, which we are not privy to. As this is an online, quick lending system, I suspect credit culture will not have the capability to chase after major defaults, and their marketing tool in getting clients is based on lowered borrowing costs, faster approval, no collateral. That is the worst combination I will ever hear in the lending business ever. The best performing banks in Malaysia is public bank and Hong leong, they are successful because they are the most conservative and stringent lenders in town. How safe do you think credit culture will be?

Fact number 4? Look at the founders and the management team. They won after a pilot award from the government of Singapore. Young people and money management had never been a good mix. Ever. Just because it is a cool sounding proposition doesn't mean it will succeed. Especially since it has no track record and a good business fundamentals historically.

Fact number 5? Here is the killer. If you go to the website, the charges are as follows, rates are 0.8% monthly, with 1% setup fees. That means of you borrowed 10,000. You will pay back after 1 year 9.6% + 1% = 10.6% ON YOUR TOTAL LOAN. Let me put it mildly, if we round up and say you are paying 11%, basically credit culture is making 1% profit a year on its loan portfolio. Rce 10% right?

This is obviously ok if you are lending to the super rich or VIP to buy another house, buy that new Mercedes. Especially if it is covered with a huge current/savings/fixed deposit account at the bank. It's perfectly safe.

If you are making 1%, and lending to kids who can barely make ends meet, and need that "personal loan" to pay for things which they can't normally pay for? It's just stupid.

Especially when the chickens come home to roost.

Even rce isn't that stupid.
12/04/2019 11:47 AM
stockraider Soochai Philip...where got people borrow 10% pa lend 11% pa maybe your grandfather loh...!!

Stop playing with this fake news loh....!!

If true, RCE will be borrowing at 3 to 4% pa and lend out at 11% pa mah....!!

Pls don 't fool us lah....!!

Posted by ( BNF trader losses ) Philip > Apr 12, 2019 11:47 AM | Report Abuse

Obviously when I say say oh god I back it up with facts.

Here is fact number 1. RCECAP is selling bonds at 10% to credit culture. Sounds good? Wait.

Here is fact number 2. Stop looking at profits, think on the risks ( as someone who borrowed and borrow money to others repayment is more important than profits). In this case there is no collateral or capital guarantee. The bond repayment is based on the loan portfolio receivables. Meaning upon collapse, rcecap will have to do the loan chasing themselves in Singapore. And these will be those b40 people, very hard up already. Got funds? Bankruptcy lo.

Here is fact number 3. What is the basis of lending? Basically it is based on their proprietary internally processed credit scoring system, which we are not privy to. As this is an online, quick lending system, I suspect credit culture will not have the capability to chase after major defaults, and their marketing tool in getting clients is based on lowered borrowing costs, faster approval, no collateral. That is the worst combination I will ever hear in the lending business ever. The best performing banks in Malaysia is public bank and Hong leong, they are successful because they are the most conservative and stringent lenders in town. How safe do you think credit culture will be?

Fact number 4? Look at the founders and the management team. They won after a pilot award from the government of Singapore. Young people and money management had never been a good mix. Ever. Just because it is a cool sounding proposition doesn't mean it will succeed. Especially since it has no track record and a good business fundamentals historically.

Fact number 5? Here is the killer. If you go to the website, the charges are as follows, rates are 0.8% monthly, with 1% setup fees. That means of you borrowed 10,000. You will pay back after 1 year 9.6% + 1% = 10.6% ON YOUR TOTAL LOAN. Let me put it mildly, if we round up and say you are paying 11%, basically credit culture is making 1% profit a year on its loan portfolio. Rce 10% right?

This is obviously ok if you are lending to the super rich or VIP to buy another house, buy that new Mercedes. Especially if it is covered with a huge current/savings/fixed deposit account at the bank. It's perfectly safe.

If you are making 1%, and lending to kids who can barely make ends meet, and need that "personal loan" to pay for things which they can't normally pay for? It's just stupid.

Especially when the chickens come home to roost.

Even rce isn't that stupid.
12/04/2019 11:54 AM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip You quarrel but based on stupidity I can't say anything... Let you say whatever you want. I lazy argue with office boys.

Injection Via Bonds

The S$40 million investment from RCE Capital comes via the purchase of five-year bonds issued by Credit Culture. The debt securities are in turn secured against loan receivables from Credit Culture.

The coupon rate on the first S$20 million is 10 per cent per annum, while the rate for the balance S$20 million has not been set, RCE Capital said. The bonds can be redeemed ahead of their maturity at the discretion of Credit Culture.

The Singapore fintech has also granted call options to RCE Capital, which give the latter the right to take a stake of up to 30 per cent in Credit Culture, on the fully enlarged shareholding basis.
12/04/2019 12:04 PM
stockraider Put it in a nutshell RCE is investing into the fintech co (credit culture} bonds at the rate 10% pa upto SGD 40m loh....!!

The securities for RCE will be the loan receivable credit created by credit culture by lending to fintech customers loh...!!

Ok mah....RCE is just a lender to the fintech co loh...!!

Posted by ( BNF trader losses ) Philip > Apr 12, 2019 12:04 PM | Report Abuse

You quarrel but based on stupidity I can't say anything... Let you say whatever you want. I lazy argue with office boys.

Injection Via Bonds

The S$40 million investment from RCE Capital comes via the purchase of five-year bonds issued by Credit Culture. The debt securities are in turn secured against loan receivables from Credit Culture.

The coupon rate on the first S$20 million is 10 per cent per annum, while the rate for the balance S$20 million has not been set, RCE Capital said. The bonds can be redeemed ahead of their maturity at the discretion of Credit Culture.

The Singapore fintech has also granted call options to RCE Capital, which give the latter the right to take a stake of up to 30 per cent in Credit Culture, on the fully enlarged shareholding basis.
12/04/2019 12:17 PM
(US/CHN trade war doesn't matter) Philip Ok stockraider you win! You go and borrow rm10 to the beggar in the street tomorrow and tell him pay you back rm11 next year, see he Choi you or not ok? He take your money, say thank you and declare bankruptcy for you big big smile. Nothing to lose if poor.

Enough storytime with despatch kids who don't know how to handle money.
12/04/2019 12:21 PM
stockraider Raider just put ur miscommunication to proper perspective nothing about who win who lose lah....!!

Use your brain think lah....!!

Posted by ( BNF trader losses ) Philip > Apr 12, 2019 12:21 PM | Report Abuse

Ok stockraider you win! You go and borrow rm10 to the beggar in the street tomorrow and tell him pay you back rm11 next year, see he Choi you or not ok? He take your money, say thank you and declare bankruptcy for you big big smile. Nothing to lose if poor.

Enough storytime with despatch kids who don't know how to handle money.
12/04/2019 12:23 PM
qqq3 I like the participation of Philips and the young One....


and everyone knows whose side I am on.....
12/04/2019 12:26 PM
stockraider U don understand loh 11% pa...list in the website by credit culture fintec co is just a mkt gimmick or teaser loh...u try borrow ...see u can get that rate or not ??

Soochai Philip...don know how business operate meh ??


Posted by ( BNF trader losses ) Philip > Apr 12, 2019 12:21 PM | Report Abuse

Ok stockraider you win! You go and borrow rm10 to the beggar in the street tomorrow and tell him pay you back rm11 next year, see he Choi you or not ok? He take your money, say thank you and declare bankruptcy for you big big smile. Nothing to lose if poor.

Enough storytime with despatch kids who don't know how to handle money.
12/04/2019 12:29 PM
qqq3 In stock market, A lot of people are like Choi

But I consider Philips the 1%..........the better approach.


I also think the difference is because Philips do it using his own money while Choi depends on client money. Much easier to get client money using Choi approach.
12/04/2019 12:30 PM
qqq3 and of course raider spamming, as usual.
12/04/2019 12:31 PM
stockraider qqq u add no value on your comment loh...!!

Posted by qqq3 > Apr 12, 2019 12:30 PM | Report Abuse

In stock market, A lot of people are like Choi

But I consider Philips the 1%..........the better approach.


I also think the difference is because Philips do it using his own money while Choi depends on client money. Much easier to get client money using Choi approach.


qqq3
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Posted by qqq3 > Apr 12, 2019 12:31 PM | Report Abuse

and of course raider spamming, as usual.
12/04/2019 12:32 PM
qqq3 stockraider > Apr 12, 2019 12:32 PM | Report Abuse

qqq u add no value on your comment loh...!!
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I think its very insightful of me......I got good insights.
12/04/2019 12:34 PM
Choivo Capital Every sen in the fund is mine, or guaranteed by me.

Where its not guaranteed, i earn zero. At least until i have a good enough track record, where i think i can charge as i can get above average returns.

I suggest you consider thinking a little before talking.
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I also think the difference is because Philips do it using his own money while Choi depends on client money. Much easier to get client money using Choi approach.
12/04/2019 12:47 PM
stockraider Chivo,

U r totally wrongloh....!!

If something happen to credit culture certainly will impact RCE mah...!!

But i not seeing cc lending at 11% pa...that is a gimmick or mkt teaser to get people interested loh....!!


Posted by Choivo Capital > Apr 12, 2019 12:45 PM | Report Abuse

Phillip,

You are right on the rates by credit culture and the margins for credit culture.

What i see is RCECAP covering their backside properly as a bondholder.

They are getting a 10% SGD bond, secured against the loan portfolio, in a market where FD is 1.5 to 2%, secured term loans 2.9-3%, unsecured about 6-7% and SG SME Loan rates of 10.88%. Personal loan in sg is about 7-9%.

If with impairments in, they can get around 6%, which is what RCE is getting from their loans now, except in SGD, which is way better.

Im pretty ok. I don't really care about what happens to CC, just what happens to the bonds.

Now on chasing money, i can tell you now, every credit co in msia and sg, use a third party to chase, unless the amount is damn big, in the event any chasing is needed.

As for whether CC will turn out to be good, we'll see. At some point, personal loans etc will be alot easier to get.

Having said that, i'm talking with management on CC, we'll see.
12/04/2019 12:50 PM
qqq3 Choivo Capital > Apr 12, 2019 12:47 PM | Report Abuse

Every sen in the fund is mine, or guaranteed by me.
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do whatever u want....before the authorities catch up with u.

still, I consider Philips writing very educational.
12/04/2019 12:53 PM
Choivo Capital Phillip,

You are right on the rates by credit culture and the margins for credit culture.

What i see is RCECAP covering their backside properly as a bondholder.

They are getting a 10% SGD bond, secured against the loan portfolio, in a market where FD is 1.5 to 2%, secured term loans 2.9-3%, unsecured about 6-7% and SG SME Loan rates of 10.88%. Personal loan in sg is about 7-9%.

If with impairments in, they can get around 6%, which is what RCE is getting from their loans now, except in SGD, which is way better.

I'm pretty ok. I don't really care about what happens to CC, just what happens to the bonds.

And if CC does well, they get to convert it to equity.

A pretty decent convertible bond to me.



As for whether CC will turn out to be good, lets see.

1) Can only borrow up to 6X salary, capped at 50k SGD.
2) Upload singpass and Credit Bureau Singapore Report(which determines your rate and loan amount),
3) Meet loan office for final verification.

Sounds similar to how every bank give out personal loans, except less overhead as most things are done online.

At some point, loans, personal etc will be a lot easier to get.

The current model of borrowing money, that requires me to go to the bank etc etc, does not make sense, as you can submit everything online, and meet officer afterwards to settle.

Now on chasing money, i can tell you now, every credit co in msia and sg, use a third party to chase, unless the amount is damn big, in the event any chasing is needed.

Having said that, i'm talking with management on CC, we'll see.
12/04/2019 12:54 PM
Choivo Capital raider, maximum CC charge is 1% per month>

So they need to keep the quality up to that of your typical bank, and save on overhead.
12/04/2019 12:58 PM
qqq3 The first instinct of young accountants is arbitraging.....maybe, one day RCE can go crazy and u make money on RCE.....from fairly valued to over speculated.

As for me, I consider RCE as a play thing of Tan Sri. Its not some thing for u and me to invest.
12/04/2019 1:02 PM
chshzhd rce so bad:)
12/04/2019 6:45 PM
Dr Jho Low 42 billion wahhh so much drama here ahhh today
12/04/2019 10:18 PM
antoniomc27 Questions: since when has RCE been doing the strategy of buying back a very small number of shares almost every day? I only started following the counter 3 months ago. Is it to inspire confidence and support the price?

What do you think they will end up doing with the shares, since it does not seem total volume will ever be big enough to do a bonus issue: will this just be kept as treasure shares? Or even worse, will this just be given away via ESOS?

Thanks.
19/04/2019 7:43 AM
leekh5555 if look at the high profit margin,very tempted to buy BUT why only traded at PER 6.27(current price RM1.65)? are there any hidden risks that we omitted?
19/04/2019 1:39 PM
chshzhd OTHERS RCE CAPITAL BERHAD ("RCE") - PROPOSED INVESTMENT IN PRIVATE DEBT SECURITIES OF CREDIT CULTURE PTE. LTD. BY RCE CREDIT PTE. LTD. ("RCE CREDIT"), A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF RCE
We refer to our announcements made on 22 January 2019 and 29 March 2019 (“Earlier Announcements”). Unless otherwise stated, the definitions used throughout this announcement shall have the same meaning as defined in the Earlier Announcements.



Further to the Earlier Announcements, the Board of Directors of RCE wishes to announce that RCE Credit, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RCE, has terminated the Subscription Agreement due to non-fulfilment of the conditions precedent provided therein.



Accordingly, the Call Option Agreements shall cease to be in force.



The termination of the Subscription Agreement and Call Option Agreements are not expected to have any material effect on the earnings per share and net assets per share of RCE for the financial year ending 31 March 2020.



This announcement is dated 25 April 2019.
25/04/2019 7:52 PM
Outliar https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/frankly-speaking-why-rce-still-buying-back-its-shares
13/05/2019 3:29 PM
Choivo Capital Malaysia is abit different, in other countries, giving out dividend is less tax efficient, compared to buying back shares, so, for us, its interchangeable with no real cost. but dividend is naturally preferred for most.

I think RCE shares is worth about 2.3-2.7 per share. So i'm perfectly fine with them buying back shares. Nothing wrong with dividends though.

If the share was 2.2 and they are buying it back, well, id much prefer dividends then.

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Outliar https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/frankly-speaking-why-rce-still-...
13/05/2019 3:29 PM
13/05/2019 6:31 PM
Choivo Capital chshzhd,

Not surprised. 10% convertible bond, is just unbelievably amazing deal. You must be stupid or unbelievably desperate to take it. Its basically giving them the company for free if you don't do incredibly well.

I'm quite happy that they wanted such a rich concession from the other party though, considering the risks. Shows me they got brain.
13/05/2019 6:34 PM
Wadafuq NPL 4.2%? o.o
28/05/2019 7:51 PM
Vivian Hee - FINAL DIVIDEND
The Board of Directors of RCE is pleased to propose a final single-tier dividend of 5.0 sen per ordinary share in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2019, subject to the approval of the shareholders at the forthcoming Sixty-Fifth Annual General Meeting of RCE.



The entitlement date and date of payment in respect of the aforesaid final dividend will be determined and announced in due course.



This announcement is dated 28 May 2019.
29/05/2019 5:15 PM
GLNT If NAV keeps increasing at 7cents per quarter, a year will be 28cents or 17percent of current price.
29/05/2019 9:38 PM
Duncan Invest My review about RCECAP> http://evassmat.com/21735737/duncaninvest
01/06/2019 2:15 AM
DaitoRyu ^The above link leads to Adware and potential Malware installation.
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