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Hibiscus is rebounding - Koon Yew Yin

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Publish date: Thu, 18 Aug 2022, 12:41 PM
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Due to the Ukraine-Russia conflict, oil and natural gas prices have scaled multi-year highs this year as Western sanctions against major exporter Russia squeezed an already under-supplied global market. Margins for making fuels like gasoline and diesel surged worldwide, boosting the profits of oil giants, including Exxon Mobil, Chevron in US, Shell in Europe, Saudi Aramco and Hibiscus Petroleum in Malaysia.

Brent Crude oil price chart below:

Exxon Mobil: HOUSTON, July 29 (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) on Friday posted its biggest quarterly profit ever on the back of soaring energy prices.
The top U.S. oil producer reported second-quarter net income of $17.9 billion, or $4.21 per share, an almost four-fold increase over the $4.69 billion, or $1.10 per share, it earned in the same period last year.

Chevron:
HOUSTON, April 29 (Reuters) - Chevron Corp (CVX.N) on Friday posted its highest quarterly profit in 10 years as oil and gas prices surged, and said on Friday it was looking to boost investment in natural gas on rising world demand.

Shell:
Shell Plc posted its highest quarterly earnings on record, as the company was buoyed by high oil and gas prices despite taking a $3.9 billion accounting charge on its planned exit from Russia.

Saudi Aramco:
Saudi Aramco, the giant oil producer, said on Sunday that its second-quarter profit jumped 90 percent over the same period a year ago, reaching $48.2 billion. It is the latest energy producer to report bumper earnings on the back of a surge in the price of oil.
Aramco, the national oil company for Saudi Arabia, said its earnings reflected increased demand for crude and higher refining profits. And the state-run company predicted that demand for oil would continue to grow through the rest of the decade.

Hibiscus Petroleum:
As reported above, all the oil companies such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Shell and Saudi Aramco have reported record profits. Hibiscus should also report record profit for its quarter ending June.
I just Googled “Hibiscus Petroleum oil production chart” and I saw the chart below.


Based on increasing oil production and higher oil price, the company should report better profit for its quarter ending June which should be announced before the end of this month.

RHB Research reported today:
KUALA LUMPUR (August 18): RHB Retail Research said Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd retreated to an oversold level, eyeing to stage a technical rebound.

In a trading stock note today, the research house said the stock has recently been observed undergoing a correction, and trading volumes have been subsiding, showing that selling pressure is tapering.

“If it manages to cross above the 86.5 sen immediate resistance, we expect a rebound towards the 91 sen mark, followed by 96 sen.

As I am writing this, I can see the latest traded Hibiscus share price is 87 sen.

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Tobby

On 10th of August, Grandpa Koon said he sold Hibiscus! Then now tell totally different story! I guess he is wearing his shirt inside out already!

1 month ago

BobAxelrod

Anyone witnessed and confirmed his Selling dockets??????

1 month ago

peterparker69

No one cares what u said anymore. Ur style of conning is outdated. Save little pride for urself by retired u old fox!

1 month ago

Income

Uncle you say what you like, I don’t listen to your flip flops stories. Haha haha

1 month ago

witan

Lol uncle even post wrong chart. Where is the chart for Hibiscus Petroleum oil production chart? Go n sleep lah uncle

1 month ago

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