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3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Superb good news…
XOX withdraw it’s additional listing application !

So no more issue new shares, it’s limited shares will be grabbed like hot cake liao !

Since the XOX-WC was expired and no more listed, so it’s the time now for XOX to give free warrants XOX-WD to it’s die hard supporters as a rewards now !
Come on, please announce
the listing of free warrants XOX-WD now !

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3 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Announcement details

https://www.bursamalaysia.com/market_information/announcements/company_announcement/announcement_details?ann_id=3417608

NEW ISSUE OF SECURITIES (CHAPTER 6 OF LISTING REQUIREMENTS) : FUND RAISING XOX BHD ("XOX" OR THE "COMPANY") PROPOSED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

(For consistency, the abbreviations used throughout this announcement shall have the same meanings as defined in the announcement dated 20 June 2023 in relation to the Proposals, where applicable, unless stated otherwise or defined herein.)
 
Reference is made to the earlier announcements dated 20 June 2023 and 8 August 2023.
 
On behalf of XOX, TA Securities wishes to announce that the Board has resolved to abort the Proposed Private Placement, after taking into consideration, among others, recent developments in the business plans and funding objectives of the Group. Accordingly, an application has been submitted to Bursa Securities on even date for the withdrawal of the relevant additional listing application.
 
This announcement is dated 26 January 2024.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy-in Tanco at @0.34

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Good123, there is a Chinese Proverbs=>
平生不做亏心事,半夜不怕鬼敲门

Means=>Don’t do anything bad in your life, and no need to be afraid of ghosts knocking on your door in the middle of the night if you didn’t do any bad thing

So if you’re doing the bad thing or a lot of bad things then you should worry about it the Karma coz you might go to hell to meet Yan Lor Wang and be punished in the 18 level of hell !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Yes, it means that all the ‘Short’ have to closed position and compulsory to ‘Forced Buy’ back to the level when the time’Short Selling’ was done that time…
So, XOX’s price sure will gone up soon !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Tommorrow will have a very very bright future for XOXTECH and other penny stocks already ! 

Cheers to all of you guys who is investing in penny stocks !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Tommorrow will have a very very bright future for XOXNET and other penny stocks already ! 

Cheers to all of you guys who is investing in penny stocks !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

This guy goreng by do ‘Short’ in many penny stocks…
I think he Sailang everything from all his belongings few years ago till now still couldn’t get the result he is wanting and he need to pay debts and interest to what he is Shorting and so make him over stress till sleep can’t breath 
and die !
This is so called ‘Karma’ !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

This guy goreng by do ‘Short’ in many penny stocks…
I think he Sailang everything from all his belongings few years ago till now still couldn’t get the result he is wanting and he need to pay debts and interest to what he is Shorting and so make him over stress till sleep can’t breath 
and die !
This is so called ‘Karma’ !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Tommorrow will have a very very bright future for XOX stocks and other penny stocks already !
Cheers to all of you guys who is investing in penny stocks !

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

This guy goreng by do ‘Short’ in many penny stocks…
I think he Sailang everything from all his belongings few years ago till now still couldn’t get the result he is wanting and he need to pay debts and interest to what he is Shorting and so make him over stress till sleep can’t breath
and die !
This is so called ‘Karma’ !

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2023-10-31 09:48 | Report Abuse

Sapnrg is now to apply extension for another 6 months from Bursa to submit its regulation plan !
https://www.sinchew.com.my/news/20231030/finance/5094314

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2023-10-31 09:45 | Report Abuse

Hurrey, Hibiscus just grabbed a new contract from UK's NSTA for 2 new O&G plots !
https://www.sinchew.com.my/news/20231030/finance/5094326

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2023-10-31 09:42 | Report Abuse

KNM is now to apply extension for another one year from Bursa to submit its regulation plan,
so, from now till next year September 2024 , it's price might plunged again till as low at one to three cents,
then maybe if the next white horse team same like the German team who want to take over again KNM by held again the EGM, then it's price might spike up again to the price around @0.18 then you maybe can unloaded again for another round of hugh profits !
Cheers to all of you guys !

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2023-10-31 09:37 | Report Abuse

Guys, have you all been off loaded with hugh profits at @0.18 recently ?
If yes, then congrats to you all !

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2023-10-23 09:51 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy-in Armada at @0.54

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2023-10-23 09:46 | Report Abuse

Top up more MKland at @0.23

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2023-10-23 09:39 | Report Abuse

Top up more IWCity at @0.57

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2023-10-23 09:36 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy-in KNM at @0.09

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2023-10-23 09:34 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy-in Capitala at @0.81

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2023-10-23 09:13 | Report Abuse

Top up more Lionind at @0.32

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2023-10-23 09:11 | Report Abuse

Top up more Ekovest at @0.45

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2023-10-20 15:28 | Report Abuse

Top up more Ekovest at @0.47

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2023-10-20 10:54 | Report Abuse

Hurrey, super damn hot man Alrich today ! 

Now Alrich already at
0.045 (+0.015) (+50.0 %)

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2023-10-18 16:27 | Report Abuse

Top up more IWCity at @0.615

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2023-10-18 15:44 | Report Abuse

Oil jumps 2% as hospital blast increases Middle East tensions
By Arathy Somasekhar and Muyu Xu
October 18, 20232:16 PM

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-jump-2-supply-worries-after-large-us-stock-drawdown-2023-10-18/

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday as tension escalated in the Middle East after hundreds were killed in a blast at a Gaza hospital, sparking concerns about potential oil supply disruptions from the region.
Brent crude futures advanced $1.75, or 2%, to $91.65 a barrel at 0609 GMT. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were up $1.91, or 2.2%, at $88.57 a barrel.
In earlier trade, both benchmarks gained more than $2 to touch their highest levels in two weeks.

Markets factored in risk premiums after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at a Gaza City hospital on Tuesday that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other.
Jordan then cancelled a summit it was to host with U.S. President Joe Biden and Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
"The cancellation of a summit between Biden and Arab leaders reduces the likelihood of a diplomatic solution to the Israel Hamas conflict," Vivek Dhar, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a client note.
Markets are nervous about a threatened Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.
"A long occupation looms as the scenario that pushes Brent oil futures above $US100/bbl because it raises the risk that the Israel Hamas conflict expands and potentially draws in Iran directly," Dhar said.
Biden is set to visit Israel on Wednesday to show support for the country in its war with Islamist militant group Hamas. The White House said he will make clear he does not want the conflict to expand.

Also supporting oil prices, U.S. crude stocks fell by about 4.4 million barrels in the week ended Oct. 13, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. That was much steeper than a 300,000 barrel draw that analysts had forecast.
Official U.S. government data is due later on Wednesday.
On the demand side, China's economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, official data on Wednesday showed, suggesting a recent flurry of policy measures is helping to bolster a tentative recovery.
China's official data also showed that the country's oil refinery throughput in September hit a record daily rate, up 12% from a year earlier as refiners increased run rates to cater for strong demand for transport fuel over the Golden Week holiday and improving manufacturing.
But analysts sounded cautious on China's economic growth as the real estate sector remains a drag.
"The September data likely guarantee that China will hit its 'around 5%' growth target this year. That said, it will struggle to better it. The economic recovery is still in its infancy," Moody's Analytics economist Harry Murphy Cruise said in a note.

Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in September, spurring expectations of another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve by year-end. Interest rate hikes to curb inflation can slow economic growth and reduce oil demand.
Venezuela's government and its political opposition on Tuesday agreed to electoral guarantees for 2024 presidential elections, paving the way for possible U.S. sanctions relief that could eventually boost oil supplies.

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2023-10-18 15:43 | Report Abuse

Oil jumps 2% as hospital blast increases Middle East tensions
By Arathy Somasekhar and Muyu Xu
October 18, 20232:16 PM

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-jump-2-supply-worries-after-large-us-stock-drawdown-2023-10-18/

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday as tension escalated in the Middle East after hundreds were killed in a blast at a Gaza hospital, sparking concerns about potential oil supply disruptions from the region.
Brent crude futures advanced $1.75, or 2%, to $91.65 a barrel at 0609 GMT. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were up $1.91, or 2.2%, at $88.57 a barrel.
In earlier trade, both benchmarks gained more than $2 to touch their highest levels in two weeks.

Markets factored in risk premiums after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at a Gaza City hospital on Tuesday that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other.
Jordan then cancelled a summit it was to host with U.S. President Joe Biden and Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
"The cancellation of a summit between Biden and Arab leaders reduces the likelihood of a diplomatic solution to the Israel Hamas conflict," Vivek Dhar, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a client note.
Markets are nervous about a threatened Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.
"A long occupation looms as the scenario that pushes Brent oil futures above $US100/bbl because it raises the risk that the Israel Hamas conflict expands and potentially draws in Iran directly," Dhar said.
Biden is set to visit Israel on Wednesday to show support for the country in its war with Islamist militant group Hamas. The White House said he will make clear he does not want the conflict to expand.

Also supporting oil prices, U.S. crude stocks fell by about 4.4 million barrels in the week ended Oct. 13, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. That was much steeper than a 300,000 barrel draw that analysts had forecast.
Official U.S. government data is due later on Wednesday.
On the demand side, China's economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, official data on Wednesday showed, suggesting a recent flurry of policy measures is helping to bolster a tentative recovery.
China's official data also showed that the country's oil refinery throughput in September hit a record daily rate, up 12% from a year earlier as refiners increased run rates to cater for strong demand for transport fuel over the Golden Week holiday and improving manufacturing.
But analysts sounded cautious on China's economic growth as the real estate sector remains a drag.
"The September data likely guarantee that China will hit its 'around 5%' growth target this year. That said, it will struggle to better it. The economic recovery is still in its infancy," Moody's Analytics economist Harry Murphy Cruise said in a note.

Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in September, spurring expectations of another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve by year-end. Interest rate hikes to curb inflation can slow economic growth and reduce oil demand.
Venezuela's government and its political opposition on Tuesday agreed to electoral guarantees for 2024 presidential elections, paving the way for possible U.S. sanctions relief that could eventually boost oil supplies.

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2023-10-18 15:42 | Report Abuse

Oil jumps 2% as hospital blast increases Middle East tensions
By Arathy Somasekhar and Muyu Xu
October 18, 20232:16 PM

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-jump-2-supply-worries-after-large-us-stock-drawdown-2023-10-18/

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday as tension escalated in the Middle East after hundreds were killed in a blast at a Gaza hospital, sparking concerns about potential oil supply disruptions from the region.
Brent crude futures advanced $1.75, or 2%, to $91.65 a barrel at 0609 GMT. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were up $1.91, or 2.2%, at $88.57 a barrel.
In earlier trade, both benchmarks gained more than $2 to touch their highest levels in two weeks.

Markets factored in risk premiums after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at a Gaza City hospital on Tuesday that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other.
Jordan then cancelled a summit it was to host with U.S. President Joe Biden and Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
"The cancellation of a summit between Biden and Arab leaders reduces the likelihood of a diplomatic solution to the Israel Hamas conflict," Vivek Dhar, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a client note.
Markets are nervous about a threatened Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.
"A long occupation looms as the scenario that pushes Brent oil futures above $US100/bbl because it raises the risk that the Israel Hamas conflict expands and potentially draws in Iran directly," Dhar said.
Biden is set to visit Israel on Wednesday to show support for the country in its war with Islamist militant group Hamas. The White House said he will make clear he does not want the conflict to expand.

Also supporting oil prices, U.S. crude stocks fell by about 4.4 million barrels in the week ended Oct. 13, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. That was much steeper than a 300,000 barrel draw that analysts had forecast.
Official U.S. government data is due later on Wednesday.
On the demand side, China's economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, official data on Wednesday showed, suggesting a recent flurry of policy measures is helping to bolster a tentative recovery.
China's official data also showed that the country's oil refinery throughput in September hit a record daily rate, up 12% from a year earlier as refiners increased run rates to cater for strong demand for transport fuel over the Golden Week holiday and improving manufacturing.
But analysts sounded cautious on China's economic growth as the real estate sector remains a drag.
"The September data likely guarantee that China will hit its 'around 5%' growth target this year. That said, it will struggle to better it. The economic recovery is still in its infancy," Moody's Analytics economist Harry Murphy Cruise said in a note.

Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in September, spurring expectations of another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve by year-end. Interest rate hikes to curb inflation can slow economic growth and reduce oil demand.
Venezuela's government and its political opposition on Tuesday agreed to electoral guarantees for 2024 presidential elections, paving the way for possible U.S. sanctions relief that could eventually boost oil supplies.

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2023-10-18 15:40 | Report Abuse

Oil jumps 2% as hospital blast increases Middle East tensions
By Arathy Somasekhar and Muyu Xu
October 18, 20232:16 PM

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-jump-2-supply-worries-after-large-us-stock-drawdown-2023-10-18/

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday as tension escalated in the Middle East after hundreds were killed in a blast at a Gaza hospital, sparking concerns about potential oil supply disruptions from the region.
Brent crude futures advanced $1.75, or 2%, to $91.65 a barrel at 0609 GMT. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were up $1.91, or 2.2%, at $88.57 a barrel.
In earlier trade, both benchmarks gained more than $2 to touch their highest levels in two weeks.

Markets factored in risk premiums after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at a Gaza City hospital on Tuesday that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other.
Jordan then cancelled a summit it was to host with U.S. President Joe Biden and Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
"The cancellation of a summit between Biden and Arab leaders reduces the likelihood of a diplomatic solution to the Israel Hamas conflict," Vivek Dhar, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a client note.
Markets are nervous about a threatened Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.
"A long occupation looms as the scenario that pushes Brent oil futures above $US100/bbl because it raises the risk that the Israel Hamas conflict expands and potentially draws in Iran directly," Dhar said.
Biden is set to visit Israel on Wednesday to show support for the country in its war with Islamist militant group Hamas. The White House said he will make clear he does not want the conflict to expand.

Also supporting oil prices, U.S. crude stocks fell by about 4.4 million barrels in the week ended Oct. 13, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. That was much steeper than a 300,000 barrel draw that analysts had forecast.
Official U.S. government data is due later on Wednesday.
On the demand side, China's economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, official data on Wednesday showed, suggesting a recent flurry of policy measures is helping to bolster a tentative recovery.
China's official data also showed that the country's oil refinery throughput in September hit a record daily rate, up 12% from a year earlier as refiners increased run rates to cater for strong demand for transport fuel over the Golden Week holiday and improving manufacturing.
But analysts sounded cautious on China's economic growth as the real estate sector remains a drag.
"The September data likely guarantee that China will hit its 'around 5%' growth target this year. That said, it will struggle to better it. The economic recovery is still in its infancy," Moody's Analytics economist Harry Murphy Cruise said in a note.

Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in September, spurring expectations of another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve by year-end. Interest rate hikes to curb inflation can slow economic growth and reduce oil demand.
Venezuela's government and its political opposition on Tuesday agreed to electoral guarantees for 2024 presidential elections, paving the way for possible U.S. sanctions relief that could eventually boost oil supplies.

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2023-10-18 15:39 | Report Abuse

Oil jumps 2% as hospital blast increases Middle East tensions
By Arathy Somasekhar and Muyu Xu
October 18, 20232:16 PM

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/oil-prices-jump-2-supply-worries-after-large-us-stock-drawdown-2023-10-18/

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Oil prices surged on Wednesday as tension escalated in the Middle East after hundreds were killed in a blast at a Gaza hospital, sparking concerns about potential oil supply disruptions from the region.
Brent crude futures advanced $1.75, or 2%, to $91.65 a barrel at 0609 GMT. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were up $1.91, or 2.2%, at $88.57 a barrel.
In earlier trade, both benchmarks gained more than $2 to touch their highest levels in two weeks.

Markets factored in risk premiums after hundreds of Palestinians were killed in a blast at a Gaza City hospital on Tuesday that Israeli and Palestinian officials blamed on each other.
Jordan then cancelled a summit it was to host with U.S. President Joe Biden and Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
"The cancellation of a summit between Biden and Arab leaders reduces the likelihood of a diplomatic solution to the Israel Hamas conflict," Vivek Dhar, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a client note.
Markets are nervous about a threatened Israeli ground offensive in Gaza.
"A long occupation looms as the scenario that pushes Brent oil futures above $US100/bbl because it raises the risk that the Israel Hamas conflict expands and potentially draws in Iran directly," Dhar said.
Biden is set to visit Israel on Wednesday to show support for the country in its war with Islamist militant group Hamas. The White House said he will make clear he does not want the conflict to expand.

Also supporting oil prices, U.S. crude stocks fell by about 4.4 million barrels in the week ended Oct. 13, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. That was much steeper than a 300,000 barrel draw that analysts had forecast.
Official U.S. government data is due later on Wednesday.
On the demand side, China's economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, official data on Wednesday showed, suggesting a recent flurry of policy measures is helping to bolster a tentative recovery.
China's official data also showed that the country's oil refinery throughput in September hit a record daily rate, up 12% from a year earlier as refiners increased run rates to cater for strong demand for transport fuel over the Golden Week holiday and improving manufacturing.
But analysts sounded cautious on China's economic growth as the real estate sector remains a drag.
"The September data likely guarantee that China will hit its 'around 5%' growth target this year. That said, it will struggle to better it. The economic recovery is still in its infancy," Moody's Analytics economist Harry Murphy Cruise said in a note.

Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in September, spurring expectations of another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve by year-end. Interest rate hikes to curb inflation can slow economic growth and reduce oil demand.
Venezuela's government and its political opposition on Tuesday agreed to electoral guarantees for 2024 presidential elections, paving the way for possible U.S. sanctions relief that could eventually boost oil supplies.

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2023-10-18 15:28 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy in Lionind at @0.345

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2023-10-18 15:24 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy in IWCity at @0.625

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2023-10-18 15:23 | Report Abuse

Top up more Ekovest at @0.48

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2023-10-18 15:17 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy in KNM at @0.10

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2023-10-18 14:41 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy in Mkland at @0.24

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2023-10-18 10:48 | Report Abuse

Sailang all my belongings till underwear to buy in Ekovest at @0.49

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2023-10-18 10:47 | Report Abuse

TillyLovers, today lowest is 49 cents, how can u get it at 38 cents, maybe in year 2030 lah...

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2023-10-16 23:48 | Report Abuse

Tommorrow probably will dropped below 10 cents…
Closed around 8 to 9 cents…

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2023-10-16 11:26 | Report Abuse

If TY team won will be nightmare for KNM’s future, it’s price might plunged till 0.005 cent and delisted…

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2023-10-16 11:23 | Report Abuse

Anyone who attend the EGM?
What is the outcome of the vote ?
TY team win or German team win ?

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2023-10-14 07:34 | Report Abuse

Oil surges nearly 6% after Israel begins ground raids into Gaza
By Stephanie Kelly
October 14, 20233:46 AM GMT+8

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/oil-climbs-us-sanctions-stockpile-forecasts-raise-supply-concerns-2023-10-13/

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Oil prices leapt nearly 6% on Friday, with Brent posting its highest weekly gain since February, as investors priced in the possibility that the conflict in the Middle East could widen as Israel began ground raids inside the Gaza Strip.
Israel's announcement marked a shift from an air war to ground operations to root out Hamas fighters a week after the militant Palestinian group's deadly rampage in southern Israel.

Brent futures settled up $4.89, or 5.7%, at $90.89 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $4.78, or 5.8%, to $87.69 a barrel.
Both benchmarks posted their highest daily percentage gains since April.
Brent also recorded a weekly gain of 7.5%, its biggest such increase since February. WTI climbed 5.9% for the week.
The conflict in the Middle East has had little impact on global oil and gas supplies, and Israel is not a big producer. Investors and market observers, however, are assessing how it could escalate and what it might mean for supplies from nearby countries in the world's top oil producing region.

Some residents in Gaza were abandoning their homes on Friday to escape from the path of an Israeli onslaught, after Israel ordered more than a million people to leave the northern half of the territory within 24 hours. Hamas told them not to go.
Iran's Oil Minister Javad Owji said on Friday oil prices are expected to reach $100 per barrel due to the current situation in the Middle East, according to the ministry's news agency SHANA…

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2023-10-14 07:34 | Report Abuse

Oil surges nearly 6% after Israel begins ground raids into Gaza
By Stephanie Kelly
October 14, 20233:46 AM GMT+8

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/oil-climbs-us-sanctions-stockpile-forecasts-raise-supply-concerns-2023-10-13/

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Oil prices leapt nearly 6% on Friday, with Brent posting its highest weekly gain since February, as investors priced in the possibility that the conflict in the Middle East could widen as Israel began ground raids inside the Gaza Strip.
Israel's announcement marked a shift from an air war to ground operations to root out Hamas fighters a week after the militant Palestinian group's deadly rampage in southern Israel.

Brent futures settled up $4.89, or 5.7%, at $90.89 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $4.78, or 5.8%, to $87.69 a barrel.
Both benchmarks posted their highest daily percentage gains since April.
Brent also recorded a weekly gain of 7.5%, its biggest such increase since February. WTI climbed 5.9% for the week.
The conflict in the Middle East has had little impact on global oil and gas supplies, and Israel is not a big producer. Investors and market observers, however, are assessing how it could escalate and what it might mean for supplies from nearby countries in the world's top oil producing region.

Some residents in Gaza were abandoning their homes on Friday to escape from the path of an Israeli onslaught, after Israel ordered more than a million people to leave the northern half of the territory within 24 hours. Hamas told them not to go.
Iran's Oil Minister Javad Owji said on Friday oil prices are expected to reach $100 per barrel due to the current situation in the Middle East, according to the ministry's news agency SHANA…

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2023-10-14 07:33 | Report Abuse

Oil surges nearly 6% after Israel begins ground raids into Gaza
By Stephanie Kelly
October 14, 20233:46 AM GMT+8

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/oil-climbs-us-sanctions-stockpile-forecasts-raise-supply-concerns-2023-10-13/

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Oil prices leapt nearly 6% on Friday, with Brent posting its highest weekly gain since February, as investors priced in the possibility that the conflict in the Middle East could widen as Israel began ground raids inside the Gaza Strip.
Israel's announcement marked a shift from an air war to ground operations to root out Hamas fighters a week after the militant Palestinian group's deadly rampage in southern Israel.

Brent futures settled up $4.89, or 5.7%, at $90.89 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $4.78, or 5.8%, to $87.69 a barrel.
Both benchmarks posted their highest daily percentage gains since April.
Brent also recorded a weekly gain of 7.5%, its biggest such increase since February. WTI climbed 5.9% for the week.
The conflict in the Middle East has had little impact on global oil and gas supplies, and Israel is not a big producer. Investors and market observers, however, are assessing how it could escalate and what it might mean for supplies from nearby countries in the world's top oil producing region.

Some residents in Gaza were abandoning their homes on Friday to escape from the path of an Israeli onslaught, after Israel ordered more than a million people to leave the northern half of the territory within 24 hours. Hamas told them not to go.
Iran's Oil Minister Javad Owji said on Friday oil prices are expected to reach $100 per barrel due to the current situation in the Middle East, according to the ministry's news agency SHANA…

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2023-10-14 07:32 | Report Abuse

Oil surges nearly 6% after Israel begins ground raids into Gaza
By Stephanie Kelly
October 14, 20233:46 AM GMT+8

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/oil-climbs-us-sanctions-stockpile-forecasts-raise-supply-concerns-2023-10-13/

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Oil prices leapt nearly 6% on Friday, with Brent posting its highest weekly gain since February, as investors priced in the possibility that the conflict in the Middle East could widen as Israel began ground raids inside the Gaza Strip.
Israel's announcement marked a shift from an air war to ground operations to root out Hamas fighters a week after the militant Palestinian group's deadly rampage in southern Israel.

Brent futures settled up $4.89, or 5.7%, at $90.89 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $4.78, or 5.8%, to $87.69 a barrel.
Both benchmarks posted their highest daily percentage gains since April.
Brent also recorded a weekly gain of 7.5%, its biggest such increase since February. WTI climbed 5.9% for the week.
The conflict in the Middle East has had little impact on global oil and gas supplies, and Israel is not a big producer. Investors and market observers, however, are assessing how it could escalate and what it might mean for supplies from nearby countries in the world's top oil producing region.

Some residents in Gaza were abandoning their homes on Friday to escape from the path of an Israeli onslaught, after Israel ordered more than a million people to leave the northern half of the territory within 24 hours. Hamas told them not to go.
Iran's Oil Minister Javad Owji said on Friday oil prices are expected to reach $100 per barrel due to the current situation in the Middle East, according to the ministry's news agency SHANA…

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2023-10-14 07:32 | Report Abuse

Oil surges nearly 6% after Israel begins ground raids into Gaza
By Stephanie Kelly
October 14, 20233:46 AM GMT+8

https://www.reuters.com/markets/commodities/oil-climbs-us-sanctions-stockpile-forecasts-raise-supply-concerns-2023-10-13/

NEW YORK, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Oil prices leapt nearly 6% on Friday, with Brent posting its highest weekly gain since February, as investors priced in the possibility that the conflict in the Middle East could widen as Israel began ground raids inside the Gaza Strip.
Israel's announcement marked a shift from an air war to ground operations to root out Hamas fighters a week after the militant Palestinian group's deadly rampage in southern Israel.

Brent futures settled up $4.89, or 5.7%, at $90.89 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $4.78, or 5.8%, to $87.69 a barrel.
Both benchmarks posted their highest daily percentage gains since April.
Brent also recorded a weekly gain of 7.5%, its biggest such increase since February. WTI climbed 5.9% for the week.
The conflict in the Middle East has had little impact on global oil and gas supplies, and Israel is not a big producer. Investors and market observers, however, are assessing how it could escalate and what it might mean for supplies from nearby countries in the world's top oil producing region.

Some residents in Gaza were abandoning their homes on Friday to escape from the path of an Israeli onslaught, after Israel ordered more than a million people to leave the northern half of the territory within 24 hours. Hamas told them not to go.
Iran's Oil Minister Javad Owji said on Friday oil prices are expected to reach $100 per barrel due to the current situation in the Middle East, according to the ministry's news agency SHANA…

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2023-10-14 07:21 | Report Abuse

Oil price spike up crazily !
Brent $90.89 +4.89 +5.69 %

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Oil price spike up crazily !
Brent $90.89 +4.89 +5.69 %

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2023-10-14 07:19 | Report Abuse

Oil price spike up crazily !
Brent $90.89 +4.89 +5.69 %