Highlights
KLSE: DIGI (6947)       DIGI.COM BHD MAIN : Telco&Media
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
3.99   -0.08 (1.97%)  3.99 - 4.12  3,223,400
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Financials


Market Cap: 31,022 Million

Market Cap 31,022 Million
NOSH 7,775 Million

Latest Audited Result:  31-Dec-2019

Latest Audited Result: 31-Dec-2019
Announcement Date 28-Apr-2020
Next Audited Result: 31-Dec-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 28-Apr-2021
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Jun-2021

Latest Quarter:  30-Sep-2020 [#3]

Latest Quarter: 30-Sep-2020 [#3]
Announcement Date 16-Oct-2020
Next Quarter: 31-Dec-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 22-Jan-2021
Est. Ann. Due Date: 01-Mar-2021
QoQ | YoY   11.36%  |    -9.91%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 18.43, P/E: 21.65 )

Revenue | NP to SH 6,297,358  |  1,432,949
RPS | P/RPS 80.99 Cent  |  4.93
EPS | P/E | EY 18.43 Cent  |  21.65  |  4.62%
DPS | DY | Payout % 18.20 Cent  |  4.56%  |  98.75%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.08  |  49.88
YoY   -7.00%
NP Margin | ROE 22.75%  |  230.38%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Dec-2019  |  22-Jan-2020

T4Q Result ( EPS: 16.51, P/E: 24.17 )

Revenue | NP to SH 6,270,027  |  1,283,716
RPS | P/RPS 80.64 Cent  |  4.95
EPS | P/E | EY 16.51 Cent  |  24.17  |  4.14%
DPS | DY | Payout % 16.40 Cent  |  4.11%  |  99.33%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.08  |  49.88
QoQ | YoY   -2.68%  |    -12.54%
NP Margin | ROE 20.47%  |  206.39%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2020  |  16-Oct-2020

Annualized Result ( EPS: 16.13, P/E: 24.73 )

Revenue | NP to SH 6,122,633  |  1,254,386
RPS | P/RPS 78.75 Cent  |  5.07
EPS | P/E | EY 16.13 Cent  |  24.73  |  4.04%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   1.15%  |    -13.69%
NP Margin | ROE 20.49%  |  201.67%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2020  |  16-Oct-2020


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Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY
31-Dec-2020 16-Oct-2020 30-Sep-2020 3 1,579,247 432,435 320,758 320,758 318,774 621,999 99.38% 20.31% 51.57% 7,775,000 20.31 20.31 4.13 4.13 4.10 4.10 0.0800 0.08   11.36%   -9.91% 30-Sep-2020 4.03 19.84 97.69 50.38 1.02% 1.02% 16-Oct-2020 3.98 19.59 96.47 49.75 1.04% 1.03%
31-Dec-2020 14-Jul-2020 30-Jun-2020 2 1,452,478 377,268 288,036 288,036 287,675 621,999 99.87% 19.83% 46.31% 7,775,000 18.68 18.68 3.70 3.70 3.70 3.70 0.0800 0.08   -13.24%   -26.61% 30-Jun-2020 4.31 23.07 116.34 53.88 0.86% 0.86% 14-Jul-2020 4.33 23.18 116.88 54.13 0.86% 0.85%
31-Dec-2020 23-Apr-2020 31-Mar-2020 1 1,560,250 435,420 331,998 331,998 326,549 621,999 98.36% 21.28% 53.38% 7,775,000 20.07 20.07 4.27 4.27 4.20 4.20 0.0800 0.08   -3.19%   -2.78% 31-Mar-2020 4.35 21.68 101.87 54.38 0.98% 0.97% 23-Apr-2020 4.50 22.42 105.38 56.25 0.95% 0.93%
31-Dec-2019 22-Jan-2020 31-Dec-2019 4 1,678,052 461,005 342,924 342,924 342,100 621,999 99.76% 20.44% 55.13% 7,775,000 21.58 21.58 4.41 4.41 4.40 4.40 0.0800 0.08   -3.69%   -9.23% 31-Dec-2019 4.46 20.66 101.12 55.75 0.99% 0.99% 22-Jan-2020 4.51 20.90 102.25 56.38 0.98% 0.98%
31-Dec-2019 18-Oct-2019 30-Sep-2019 3 1,562,076 488,476 356,046 356,046 349,875 699,750 98.27% 22.79% 50.88% 7,775,000 20.09 20.09 4.58 4.58 4.50 4.50 0.0900 0.09   -9.28%   -9.30% 30-Sep-2019 4.75 23.64 103.73 52.78 0.96% 0.95% 18-Oct-2019 4.69 23.34 102.42 52.11 0.98% 0.96%
31-Dec-2019 12-Jul-2019 30-Jun-2019 2 1,548,722 490,268 392,478 392,478 388,750 699,750 99.05% 25.34% 56.09% 7,775,000 19.92 19.92 5.05 5.05 5.00 5.00 0.0900 0.09   14.93%   2.12% 28-Jun-2019 5.05 25.35 100.04 56.11 1.00% 0.99% 12-Jul-2019 5.05 25.35 100.04 56.11 1.00% 0.99%
31-Dec-2019 22-Apr-2019 31-Mar-2019 1 1,508,507 452,572 341,502 341,502 334,325 621,999 97.90% 22.64% 54.90% 7,775,000 19.40 19.40 4.39 4.39 4.30 4.30 0.0800 0.08   -9.61%   -11.55% 29-Mar-2019 4.55 23.45 103.59 56.88 0.97% 0.95% 22-Apr-2019 4.53 23.35 103.13 56.63 0.97% 0.95%
31-Dec-2018 24-Jan-2019 31-Dec-2018 4 1,674,718 518,369 377,798 377,798 373,200 699,750 98.78% 22.56% 53.99% 7,775,000 21.54 21.54 4.86 4.86 4.80 4.80 0.0900 0.09   -3.76%   4.92% 31-Dec-2018 4.50 20.89 92.61 50.00 1.08% 1.07% 24-Jan-2019 4.53 21.03 93.23 50.33 1.07% 1.06%
31-Dec-2018 17-Oct-2018 30-Sep-2018 3 1,599,517 529,103 392,540 392,540 388,750 699,750 99.03% 24.54% 56.10% 7,775,000 20.57 20.57 5.05 5.05 5.00 5.00 0.0900 0.09   2.13%   2.06% 28-Sep-2018 4.82 23.43 95.47 53.56 1.05% 1.04% 17-Oct-2018 4.46 21.68 88.34 49.56 1.13% 1.12%
31-Dec-2018 13-Jul-2018 30-Jun-2018 2 1,618,345 516,952 384,339 384,339 380,975 699,750 99.12% 23.75% 54.93% 7,775,000 20.81 20.81 4.94 4.94 4.90 4.90 0.0900 0.09   -0.46%   7.09% 29-Jun-2018 4.15 19.94 83.95 46.11 1.19% 1.18% 13-Jul-2018 4.16 19.99 84.15 46.22 1.19% 1.18%
31-Dec-2018 13-Apr-2018 31-Mar-2018 1 1,634,531 515,018 386,111 386,111 380,975 699,750 98.67% 23.62% 55.18% 7,775,000 21.02 21.02 4.97 4.97 4.90 4.90 0.0900 0.09   7.23%   3.48% 30-Mar-2018 4.64 22.07 93.43 51.56 1.07% 1.06% 13-Apr-2018 4.48 21.31 90.21 49.78 1.11% 1.09%
31-Dec-2017 30-Jan-2018 31-Dec-2017 4 1,644,530 481,158 360,080 360,080 357,649 544,250 99.33% 21.90% 66.16% 7,775,000 21.15 21.15 4.63 4.63 4.60 4.60 0.0700 0.07   -6.38%   -3.88% 29-Dec-2017 5.10 24.11 110.12 72.86 0.91% 0.90% 30-Jan-2018 4.95 23.40 106.88 70.71 0.94% 0.93%
31-Dec-2017 17-Oct-2017 30-Sep-2017 3 1,569,415 511,219 384,617 384,617 380,975 544,250 99.05% 24.51% 70.67% 7,775,000 20.19 20.19 4.95 4.95 4.90 4.90 0.0700 0.07   7.17%   -12.26% 29-Sep-2017 4.90 24.27 99.05 70.00 1.01% 1.00% 17-Oct-2017 4.89 24.23 98.85 69.86 1.01% 1.00%
31-Dec-2017 12-Jul-2017 30-Jun-2017 2 1,552,484 483,210 358,888 358,888 357,649 544,250 99.66% 23.12% 65.94% 7,775,000 19.97 19.97 4.62 4.62 4.60 4.60 0.0700 0.07   -3.81%   -14.67% 30-Jun-2017 5.00 25.04 108.32 71.43 0.92% 0.92% 12-Jul-2017 4.90 24.54 106.15 70.00 0.94% 0.94%
31-Dec-2017 28-Apr-2017 31-Mar-2017 1 1,574,043 509,762 373,113 373,113 365,424 544,250 97.94% 23.70% 68.56% 7,775,000 20.24 20.24 4.80 4.80 4.70 4.70 0.0700 0.07   -0.40%   -6.50% 31-Mar-2017 5.13 25.34 106.90 73.29 0.94% 0.92% 28-Apr-2017 5.14 25.39 107.11 73.43 0.93% 0.91%
31-Dec-2016 23-Jan-2017 31-Dec-2016 4 1,669,720 543,606 374,627 374,627 373,200 544,250 99.62% 22.44% 68.83% 7,775,000 21.48 21.48 4.82 4.82 4.80 4.80 0.0700 0.07   -14.54%   -2.02% 30-Dec-2016 4.83 22.49 100.24 69.00 1.00% 0.99% 23-Jan-2017 4.92 22.91 102.11 70.29 0.98% 0.98%
31-Dec-2016 19-Oct-2016 30-Sep-2016 3 1,619,110 585,382 438,381 438,381 435,399 544,250 99.32% 27.08% 80.55% 7,775,000 20.82 20.82 5.64 5.64 5.60 5.60 0.0700 0.07   4.23%   10.53% 30-Sep-2016 4.98 23.91 88.32 71.14 1.13% 1.12% 19-Oct-2016 5.00 24.01 88.68 71.43 1.13% 1.12%
31-Dec-2016 11-Jul-2016 30-Jun-2016 2 1,655,430 575,635 420,608 420,608 419,850 544,250 99.82% 25.41% 77.28% 7,775,000 21.29 21.29 5.41 5.41 5.40 5.40 0.0700 0.07   5.40%   -9.42% 30-Jun-2016 4.78 22.45 88.36 68.29 1.13% 1.13% 11-Jul-2016 4.75 22.31 87.80 67.86 1.14% 1.14%
31-Dec-2016 22-Apr-2016 31-Mar-2016 1 1,652,842 533,562 399,042 399,042 396,524 544,250 99.37% 24.14% 73.32% 7,775,000 21.26 21.26 5.13 5.13 5.10 5.10 0.0700 0.07   4.36%   -16.73% 31-Mar-2016 4.94 23.24 96.25 70.57 1.04% 1.03% 22-Apr-2016 4.68 22.01 91.19 66.86 1.10% 1.09%
31-Dec-2015 05-Feb-2016 31-Dec-2015 4 1,724,854 519,356 382,360 382,360 380,975 544,250 99.64% 22.17% 70.25% 7,775,000 22.18 22.18 4.92 4.92 4.90 4.90 0.0700 0.07   -3.59%   -31.73% 31-Dec-2015 5.40 24.34 109.80 77.14 0.91% 0.91% 05-Feb-2016 5.03 22.67 102.28 71.86 0.98% 0.97%
31-Dec-2015 26-Oct-2015 30-Sep-2015 3 1,674,673 537,035 396,615 396,615 396,524 544,250 99.98% 23.68% 72.87% 7,775,000 21.54 21.54 5.10 5.10 5.10 5.10 0.0700 0.07   -14.59%   -18.55% 30-Sep-2015 5.55 25.77 108.80 79.29 0.92% 0.92% 26-Oct-2015 5.53 25.67 108.41 79.00 0.92% 0.92%
31-Dec-2015 13-Jul-2015 30-Jun-2015 2 1,723,295 626,347 464,357 464,357 458,725 621,999 98.79% 26.95% 74.66% 7,775,000 22.16 22.16 5.97 5.97 5.90 5.90 0.0800 0.08   -3.10%   -6.93% 30-Jun-2015 5.36 24.18 89.75 67.00 1.11% 1.10% 13-Jul-2015 5.53 24.95 92.59 69.13 1.08% 1.07%
31-Dec-2015 27-Apr-2015 31-Mar-2015 1 1,791,162 626,007 479,218 479,218 474,274 621,999 98.97% 26.75% 77.04% 7,775,000 23.04 23.04 6.16 6.16 6.10 6.10 0.0800 0.08   -14.44%   -1.22% 31-Mar-2015 6.30 27.35 102.21 78.75 0.98% 0.97% 27-Apr-2015 6.19 26.87 100.43 77.38 1.00% 0.99%
31-Dec-2014 09-Feb-2015 31-Dec-2014 4 1,798,623 660,174 560,097 560,097 559,799 699,750 99.95% 31.14% 80.04% 7,775,000 23.13 23.13 7.20 7.20 7.20 7.20 0.0900 0.09   15.03%   2.11% 31-Dec-2014 6.17 26.67 85.65 68.56 1.17% 1.17% 09-Feb-2015 6.46 27.92 89.67 71.78 1.12% 1.11%
31-Dec-2014 20-Oct-2014 30-Sep-2014 3 1,756,145 656,525 486,919 486,919 482,049 621,999 99.00% 27.73% 78.28% 7,775,000 22.59 22.59 6.26 6.26 6.20 6.20 0.0800 0.08   -2.40%   8.52% 30-Sep-2014 5.85 25.90 93.41 73.13 1.07% 1.06% 20-Oct-2014 5.93 26.25 94.69 74.13 1.06% 1.05%
31-Dec-2014 17-Jul-2014 30-Jun-2014 2 1,746,192 673,946 498,913 498,913 497,600 621,999 99.74% 28.57% 80.21% 7,775,000 22.46 22.46 6.42 6.42 6.40 6.40 0.0800 0.08   2.83%   31.29% 30-Jun-2014 5.73 25.51 89.30 71.63 1.12% 1.12% 17-Jul-2014 5.60 24.93 87.27 70.00 1.15% 1.14%
31-Dec-2014 25-Apr-2014 31-Mar-2014 1 1,717,548 654,537 485,159 485,159 482,049 621,999 99.36% 28.25% 78.00% 7,775,000 22.09 22.09 6.24 6.24 6.20 6.20 0.0800 0.08   -11.55%   47.62% 31-Mar-2014 5.39 24.40 86.38 67.38 1.16% 1.15% 25-Apr-2014 5.35 24.22 85.74 66.88 1.17% 1.16%
31-Dec-2013 06-Feb-2014 31-Dec-2013 4 1,733,429 683,318 548,517 548,517 544,250 699,750 99.22% 31.64% 78.39% 7,775,000 22.29 22.29 7.05 7.05 7.00 7.00 0.0900 0.09   22.24%   123.41% 31-Dec-2013 4.96 22.25 70.31 55.11 1.42% 1.41% 06-Feb-2014 4.85 21.75 68.75 53.89 1.45% 1.44%
31-Dec-2013 28-Oct-2013 30-Sep-2013 3 1,699,726 538,899 448,705 448,705 443,174 544,250 98.77% 26.40% 82.44% 7,775,000 21.86 21.86 5.77 5.77 5.70 5.70 0.0700 0.07   18.08%   42.28% 30-Sep-2013 4.86 22.23 84.21 69.43 1.19% 1.17% 28-Oct-2013 4.93 22.55 85.43 70.43 1.17% 1.16%
31-Dec-2013 19-Jul-2013 30-Jun-2013 2 1,653,164 493,926 380,011 380,011 373,200 466,499 98.21% 22.99% 81.46% 7,775,000 21.26 21.26 4.89 4.89 4.80 4.80 0.0600 0.06   15.63%   17.22% 28-Jun-2013 4.76 22.39 97.39 79.33 1.03% 1.01% 19-Jul-2013 4.60 21.63 94.12 76.67 1.06% 1.04%
31-Dec-2013 23-Apr-2013 31-Mar-2013 1 1,647,092 424,018 328,645 328,645 295,449 388,750 89.90% 19.95% 84.54% 7,775,000 21.18 21.18 4.23 4.23 3.80 3.80 0.0500 0.05   33.86%   2.50% 29-Mar-2013 4.63 21.86 109.54 92.60 0.91% 0.82% 23-Apr-2013 4.64 21.90 109.77 92.80 0.91% 0.82%
31-Dec-2012 06-Feb-2013 31-Dec-2012 4 1,629,265 359,725 245,523 245,523 194,375 233,249 79.17% 15.07% 105.26% 7,775,000 20.96 20.96 3.16 3.16 2.50 2.50 0.0300 0.03   0.00%   -37.72% 31-Dec-2012 5.29 25.24 167.52 176.33 0.60% 0.47% 06-Feb-2013 4.66 22.24 147.57 155.33 0.68% 0.54%
31-Dec-2012 21-Dec-2012 4 1,629,265 359,725 245,523 245,523 194,375 - 79.17% 15.07% - % 7,775,000 20.96 20.96 3.16 3.16 2.50 2.50 - -   -22.15%   -37.72% 21-Dec-2012 5.21 24.86 164.99 0.00 0.61% 0.48% 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00% 0.00%
31-Dec-2012 23-Oct-2012 30-Sep-2012 3 1,582,518 406,094 315,370 315,370 933,000 932,999 295.84% 19.93% 33.80% 7,775,000 20.35 20.35 4.06 4.06 12.00 12.00 0.1200 0.12   -2.72%   7.84% 28-Sep-2012 5.28 25.94 130.17 44.00 0.77% 2.27% 23-Oct-2012 5.48 26.92 135.10 45.67 0.74% 2.19%
31-Dec-2012 23-Jul-2012 30-Jun-2012 2 1,579,721 419,336 324,187 324,187 458,681 1,088,397 141.49% 20.52% 29.79% 7,774,268 20.32 20.32 4.17 4.17 5.90 5.90 0.1400 0.14   1.11%   37.18% 29-Jun-2012 4.25 20.92 101.92 30.36 0.98% 1.39% 23-Jul-2012 4.42 21.75 106.00 31.57 0.94% 1.33%
31-Dec-2012 25-Apr-2012 31-Mar-2012 1 1,569,409 405,794 320,635 320,635 459,161 1,245,184 143.20% 20.43% 25.75% 7,782,403 20.17 20.19 4.12 4.12 5.90 5.91 0.1600 0.16   -18.67%   -3.25% 30-Mar-2012 4.06 20.13 98.54 25.38 1.01% 1.45% 25-Apr-2012 3.96 19.64 96.12 24.75 1.04% 1.49%
31-Dec-2011 19-Jan-2012 31-Dec-2011 4 1,545,423 389,320 394,225 394,225 505,416 1,399,615 128.21% 25.51% 28.17% 7,775,640 19.88 19.88 5.07 5.07 6.50 6.50 0.1800 0.18   34.80%   18.73% 30-Dec-2011 3.88 19.52 76.53 21.56 1.31% 1.68% 19-Jan-2012 3.88 19.52 76.53 21.56 1.31% 1.68%
31-Dec-2011 24-Oct-2011 30-Sep-2011 3 1,519,970 398,506 292,445 292,445 287,778 1,306,669 98.40% 19.24% 22.38% 777,779 195.42 19.55 37.60 3.76 37.00 3.70 1.6800 0.17   23.75%   1.08% 30-Sep-2011 3.04 1.56 8.09 1.81 12.37% 12.17% 24-Oct-2011 3.16 1.62 8.40 1.88 11.90% 11.71%
31-Dec-2011 20-Jul-2011 30-Jun-2011 2 1,467,998 325,283 236,318 236,318 233,208 1,243,778 98.68% 16.10% 19.00% 777,361 188.84 18.88 30.40 3.04 30.00 3.00 1.6000 0.16   -28.69%   -15.12% 30-Jun-2011 2.90 1.54 9.54 1.81 10.48% 10.34% 20-Jul-2011 2.98 1.58 9.80 1.86 10.20% 10.07%
31-Dec-2011 29-Apr-2011 31-Mar-2011 1 1,430,563 447,153 331,396 331,396 334,507 1,345,810 100.94% 23.17% 24.62% 777,924 183.89 18.40 42.60 4.26 43.00 4.30 1.7300 0.17   -0.19%   19.10% 31-Mar-2011 2.86 1.56 6.71 1.65 14.90% 15.03% 29-Apr-2011 2.91 1.58 6.83 1.68 14.64% 14.78%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.


NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ Δ & YoY Δ figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.


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17/09/2020 8:51 AM
ABSBOSS https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/digi-teams-allo-expand-home-broadband-service-melaka-perak-and-cyberjaya?type=malaysia
22/09/2020 12:48 AM
ABSBOSS Apa sudah jadi sama ini DG.. Next qtr mesti result teruk... Puihhhh
29/09/2020 7:24 PM
ABSBOSS Any info about qtr result?
05/10/2020 8:13 AM
ABSBOSS epf starts buying boleh simpan lagi ini DG lah
05/10/2020 6:26 PM
BearishTrend Digi anak emas Epf dan Kwap
07/10/2020 7:04 PM
Lychien20 finished correction or coming QR is good?
12/10/2020 8:46 AM
ABSBOSS This coming friday maybe qtr result out ..Lets see 2 days movement
14/10/2020 7:05 PM
15/10/2020 9:01 PM
ky790822 how mnay % dividend
16/10/2020 1:27 PM
ABSBOSS https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/digicom-3q-net-profit-rm321m-versus-rm356m-year-earlier?type=malaysia
16/10/2020 1:37 PM
ABSBOSS 4.1 sen not bad compared 4.5 same qtr last year
16/10/2020 1:39 PM
derricksyl wait 3.85....
16/10/2020 2:54 PM
newinvestor17 PBB says buy digi and sell maxis ? is that analyst ok ka ? feel like giving her a good solid hit on the head lol
16/10/2020 4:21 PM
mf U.S. reports highest number of new coronavirus case since late July as total climbs above 8 million
18/10/2020 6:01 AM
mf Globally, as of 7:43pm CEST, 17 October 2020, there have been 39,196,259 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 1,101,298 deaths, reported to WHO.
18/10/2020 11:49 AM
foongkitmun digi has no impact from the coronavirus...stop spreading lie....what is not clear here is the 5g direction in our country...they need 5g to boast the profit...profits determine the value of the stock
25/10/2020 9:58 PM
tkl88 Wow, Dow Jones continue to spike up !
Dow Jones closed at=> 27,480.03 (+554.98) (+2.06%) !

World stocks super bull market is coming !
04/11/2020 7:28 AM
CUTLOST Epf need to sell in lost if everybody can withdrw their money
05/11/2020 3:39 PM
BoomBoomChak Why is Digi up so little? See maxis
06/11/2020 4:42 PM
tkl88 Superb good news !

Biden Wins Presidency, Ending Four Tumultuous Years Under Trump
https://www.google.com.my/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2020/11/07/us/politics/biden-election.amp.html

By Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns
* Nov. 7, 2020
Updated 12:48 p.m. ET

Joseph R. Biden Jr. achieved victory offering a message of healing and unity. He will return to Washington facing a daunting set of crises.

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was elected the 46th president of the United States on Saturday, promising to restore political normalcy and a spirit of national unity to confront raging health and economic crises, and making Donald J. Trump a one-term president after four years of tumult in the White House.
Mr. Biden’s victory amounted to a repudiation of Mr. Trump by millions of voters exhausted with his divisive conduct and chaotic administration, and was delivered by an unlikely alliance of women, people of color, old and young voters and a sliver of disaffected Republicans. Mr. Trump is only the third elected president since World War II to lose re-election, and the first in more than a quarter-century.
The result also provided a history-making moment for Mr. Biden’s running mate, Senator Kamala Harris of California, who will become the first woman to serve as vice president.
With his triumph, Mr. Biden, who turns 78 later this month, fulfilled his decades-long ambition in his third bid for the White House, becoming the oldest person elected president. A pillar of Washington who was first elected amid the Watergate scandal, and who prefers political consensus over combat, Mr. Biden will lead a nation and a Democratic Party that have become far more ideological since his arrival in the capital in 1973.
08/11/2020 2:15 AM
tkl88 President Biden is favours to world trade !
World economy will start booming from today onwards !
And asian stock markets including KLSE will be in bull market from today onwards !
09/11/2020 2:52 PM
tkl88 As at 2.10pm,
Hang Seng : 26,095.46 (+382.49) (+1.49 %)
Shanghai composite: 3,380.38 (+68.23) (+2.06 %)
Nikkei : 24,912.31 (+587.08) (+1.41 %)
Taiwan Weighted : 13,127.47 (+153.94) (+1.19 %)
Korea Kopsi : 2,449.96 (+33.46) (+1.38 %)
Singapore STI : 2,611.34 (+32.66) (+1.27 %)

Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
09/11/2020 2:52 PM
invest4tomoro 4.1 sen dividen is coming ... ex date 17 Nov 2020. Every quarter got dividen about 4 sen
09/11/2020 6:36 PM
tkl88 Wow, oil price spike up like mad !
As at 9.50pm,
Nymex at => $40.67 (+3.53) (+9.50 percent)
Brent at => $42.77 (+3.32) (+8.42 percent)

Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
09/11/2020 10:26 PM
tkl88 Oil Jumps by Most Since June on Covid Vaccine Progress
Alex Longley and Matthew Martin
Mon, November 9, 2020, 9:54 PM GMT+8·2 min
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/oil-climbs-biden-win-spurring-105416567.html
09/11/2020 11:37 PM
tkl88 (Bloomberg) -- Oil in London jumped by the most since June as Pfizer Inc. reported a potential Covid-19 vaccine breakthrough.

Crude futures spiked following news the vaccine, being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech SE, prevented more than 90% of infections in a study of tens of thousands of volunteers.

Markets globally surged. WTI climbed more than 10% in New York, while global equities soared. It led to broader strength in the oil futures curve, with timespreads also moving sharply higher.

A vaccine “would be the most meaningful type of mitigator to the situation,” Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman said prior to the Pfizer announcement at a conference on Monday. “We’re still hopeful that vaccine is found and that vaccine or vaccines spread and hopefully mobility would be regained.”

Since Covid first emerged, oil markets have been steadily recovering from the biggest crash in consumption in a generation. Transport use in Asia has rebounded strongly, but the renewed resurgence of the virus in Europe has continued to weigh on demand in the region. The emergence of a vaccine would not only help regions suffering form renewed lockdowns, but could also help spur the return of aviation demand -- the hardest hit corner of the market.

The relief in the market was seen in the profits from turning crude into transport fuels. Gasoline cracks in the U.S. reached their highest since mid-October, while those in Europe also gained. Jet fuel was also gaining relative to the value of other transport fuels in Europe, Bloomberg fair value data show.

Prices had earlier rallied as Joe Biden declared victory in the U.S. presidential election and began preparations to navigate America’s pandemic-hit economy out of crisis, with potential shifts coming on a range of policies from fiscal stimulus to Iranian sanctions. At the same time, Saudi Arabia said that OPEC+ could extend oil cuts through 2022 as the group seeks to re-balance the glutted market.
09/11/2020 11:37 PM
tkl88 Walaoeh, Dow Jones spike up to sky high !
10/11/2020 12:25 AM
tkl88 As at 12.05am,
Dow Jones at=> 29,425.57 (+1,102.17) (+3.89 %) !

Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
10/11/2020 12:26 AM
tkl88 Walaoeh, Dow Jones continue it’s bull run ! Dow Jones closed at=> 29,420.92 (+262.95) (+0.90 percent) !
Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
11/11/2020 8:13 AM
tkl88 Oil price continue to spike up like mad !
As at 7.02pm,
Nymex=> $42.89 (+1.53) (+3.70 percent)
Brent => $45.16 ‪(+1.55) (+3.55 percent)‬
‪Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !‬
11/11/2020 7:35 PM
tkl88 Dow Jones continue to spike up like mad !
Dow Jones closed at=>29,950.44 (+470.63) (+1.60 percent)
Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
17/11/2020 7:58 AM
Jeffreyteck SMS fraud: Ex-telco chief marketing officer, company director remanded, which company? How come authority of personal data protection is silent?
17/11/2020 5:50 PM
tkl88 Malaysia in deal with China for Covid-19 vaccine development
PUBLISHED : 18 NOV 2020 AT 19:40
WRITER: REUTERS

https://www.bangkokpost.com/world/2021843/malaysia-in-deal-with-china-for-covid-19-vaccine-development
20/11/2020 8:01 AM
tkl88 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia said on Wednesday it has signed an agreement with China to cooperate on the development of a safe and efficacious vaccine, as part of efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.

Under the agreement, in force for an initial period of five years, the Southeast Asian nation will be given priority access to Covid-19 vaccines developed by China. Both will share knowledge and expertise and facilitate scientific and technological capabilities to advance vaccine development in their countries, Malaysia said in a joint ministerial statement.
Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin signed the agreement with his Chinese counterpart Wang Zhigang in a virtual ceremony.

Cooperation between Malaysia and China under the agreement would be supervised by a committee chaired by the foreign affairs ministers of both countries that was formed in October to address post-pandemic challenges.

"Both countries will also support the participation of their public and private sectors including universities, institutions, societies and organisations in joint collaborative projects," the Malaysian ministries said.
20/11/2020 8:02 AM
tkl88 Khairy: Malaysia to pay RM94mil upfront for vaccine under Covax plan

* NATION
* Thursday, 19 Nov 2020 
10:53 AM MYT By MARTIN CARVALHO, RAHIMY RAHIM and TARRENCE TAN
20/11/2020 8:39 AM
tkl88 https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2020/11/19/khairy-malaysia-to-pay-upfront-rm94mil-for-vaccine-under-covax-plan
20/11/2020 8:39 AM
tkl88 Wow, oil price continue to spike up like mad !
As at 1.25am,
Nymex=> $44.95 ‪(+1.89) (+4.39 percent)‬
Brent=> $47.77 ‪ (+1.73) (+3.76 percent)‬
25/11/2020 7:08 AM
tkl88 Walaoeh, Dow Jones continue it’s bull run !‬
Dow Jones closed at=> 30,046.24 (+454.97) (+1.54 %) !

Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
25/11/2020 7:41 AM
tkl88 Budget 2021 approved by Dewan Rakyat

Ahmad Naqib Idris/theedgemarkets.com
November 26, 2020 15:32 pm +08
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/budget-2021-approved-dewan-rakyat
26/11/2020 8:37 PM
tkl88 KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 26): After a heated session during Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz’s wrapping-up speech on Budget 2021, the bill was approved at the policy stage.
Towards the end of the session, Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun asked for a show of hands of those for and against the budget, and decided that there were more Members of Parliament (MPs) who agreed with the budget, although Pokok Sena MP Datuk Mahfuz Omar interjected and motioned for a tally of the votes.
However, this required 15 MPs to support the call for a tally. Only 13 stood up in support of the tally, according to the Speaker.
“There are fewer than 15 people [supporting the call for a tally]. There are more voices [in agreement with the budget]. The bill will see its second reading now,” he said.
The wrap-up by the minister was a heated one as ruling and opposition MPs furiously interjected for clarifications of certain issues, including the expansion of the Employees Provident Fund's (EPF) i-Sinar facility to include those receiving pay cuts due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Subang MP Wong Chen claimed that the EPF’s inflows amount to no more than RM20 billion per year, and therefore could not cover the total increased allocation of RM70 billion for the i-Sinar facility.
“Where is the EPF going to find the extra RM50 billion? Are they going to sell their shareholdings in listed companies on Bursa Malaysia? If this hits the headlines tomorrow, we will have a big problem,” he said.
However, Tengku Zafrul clarified that the EPF is seeing inflows of RM80 billion per year, adding that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) had looked into the matter.
“I would like to correct the facts. We conducted a detailed analysis of this for over a week. Actually, the inflows are not RM20 billion, RM30 billion or RM40 billion. It is RM80 billion per year,” responded the minister.
Following that, Wong pointed out that withdrawals by contributors, amounting to RM40 billion to RM50 billion per year, had to be taken into account as well — before his microphone was muted by the Speaker.
The session quickly devolved into a shouting match among the MPs, which resulted in intermittent muting of the MPs’ microphones by a visibly irritated Speaker.
“This is embarrassing behaviour. We are debating on the budget and this is how we are behaving? The rakyat are watching all of us here!” he said.
Other points mentioned during Tengku Zafrul's speech included a reduction in allocation for the Special Affairs Department (JASA) to make way for increases in other allocations, although he did not elaborate.
On the various proposals for a further extension of the loan moratorium, he said all who are eligible — whether they are in the B40, M40 or T20 category — will be able to request for various forms of assistance, which also include reducing or rescheduling loan repayments, from their respective banks.
26/11/2020 8:37 PM
Vanbasten Digi will reach RM 4.5 so buy cw
01/12/2020 8:49 PM
ThousandWishes Malaysia to muscle in on cable maintenance in its waters
SUBMARINE cable installation and maintenance is an extremely niche industry but several Malaysian companies have craved out a place for themselves.

They include Optic Marine Group and iFACTORS Sdn Bhd.

The larger brother here is Optic Marine, which has four cable ships and two barges capable of working all over the world to lay both power and data cables.

iFACTORS is backed by shareholders with previous experience in the optical fibre submarine cable industry, and has evolved from a telecommunication system integrator to a company providing niche solution in the provision of maintenance and implementation of submarine cable network.

Founded by Datuk Lim Soon Foo in the 1980s, Optic Marine is now fully capable of providing a complete range of services for the submarine cable industry, ranging from installation to scheduled maintenance to emergency repairs.

In an interview, Optic Marine said it has systematically built its assets and expertise over the years with the aim of carving out a larger slice of the pie.

However, it is also of the opinion that the whole of Malaysia must also pull its weight to create what it called a thriving ecosystem of the submarine cable industry.

“For example, in the Phillippines, which practices cabotage, the permit approval times are very short,” said Ronnie Lim, group chief executive officer for the Optic Marine Group.

“In places like Japan, South Korea and other developed countries, cabotage still exists, yet the entire difference is due to the existence of an ecosystem such as cable storage facilities.

“Here, we still have to sail elsewhere to pick up our cable supply before we can carry on with our work,” said Ronnie, who added that his company would like to invest in a cable depot here in order to improve response time and security.

Optic Marine plans to cut down its response time for cable repairs in Malaysian waters by procuring a ship that will be registered in the country.

“With the appropriate ecosystem, response time and costs can be brought down significantly as we support the region as well as the country,” said Ronnie, whose company owns four cable ships and two barges. Its first Malaysian-flagged barge was bought in 2015.

“We invested heavily for our planned growth that began from zero. It took us many years to grow to this stage,” he said, adding that if Malaysia could not rise up to the challenge, then its cable maintenance industry may end up being dominated by “countries wiling to put in the work to create the ecosystem”.

Citing data from the International Cable Protection Committee up to 2018, Optic Marine said many countries were able to create competitive cable maintenance companies within their respective cabotage regimes.

“You can see that the response time (for permitting) in Japan, the Philippines and South Korea are not impacted at all. On our part, we support the optimisation of the domestic shipping licence application process for both Malaysian and foreign players as we believe it will stimulate more competition and spur efficiency.

“This will provide the push for the creation of that ecosystem so that Malaysia can be a hub of the region. You cannot be a hub without having an ecosystem,” said Ronnie.

“If you are not cost-effective, they (telcos) will not take you,” he added.

Currently, Malaysian companies have to compete with Singapore’s Asean Cableship (ACPL), a joint venture of six Asean telecommunications companies incorporated in 1986, and is now one of the strong contenders for repairs and maintenance jobs in South-East Asia and the Indian Ocean. The other players competing in this space are SBSS China, Korean Telecom Submarine, Global Marine Systems, KCS Japan and NTTWEM Japan, with vessels flagged according to the jurisdiction of operation areas.

Yong Fah Choong, project director for the submarine division of Jati Tinggi Holding Sdn Bhd, an infrastructure construction company, said the factors that matter to cable and infrastructure owners lies in the responsiveness of the service provider, on the back of reasonable cost.

“Cable owners want the job to be done quickly and at a fair price,” said Yong, whose company has undertaken turnkey projects for many telcos as well as Tenaga Nasional Bhd as both main and sub-contractors.

“Malaysian cable contractors are on par with foreign crew in terms of competency or vessels when it comes to equipment. Ultimately, it will be all down to speed of delivery and cost when it comes to considering who will get the job.”
05/12/2020 12:36 PM
Vanbasten C40 to double
11/12/2020 8:08 PM
Allbullbutglove RM 4.5 by year end
12/12/2020 3:47 AM
mansaham1972 Sudah masuk c43 harga 14.5 sen.Tunggu masa meketop
14/12/2020 1:52 PM
mansaham1972 Meletop
14/12/2020 1:52 PM
tkl88 Next week is the windows dressing, will be the super bull market for KLSE !

Huat ah ! Heng ah ! Ong ah !
26/12/2020 8:29 AM
traintobullland EPF acquiring a lot, dividend announcement probably next week :D
19/01/2021 4:26 PM
Stockisnotfun Hmm ya maybe i will buy some first. Come ignore this epf buying signal
19/01/2021 11:23 PM