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3 days ago | Report Abuse

https://theedgemalaysia.com/node/705759

"While the shareholding structure is clear, what remains to be seen is whether the third generation will unlock value in Oriental. The company has a healthy pile of cash, generates healthy cash flow and has land to develop.

Still, unlocking the value of the assets is taking a long time."

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3 days ago | Report Abuse

https://theedgemalaysia.com/node/706520

"Not on investors’ radar
Oriental Holdings is a solid company with substantial cash and strong tangible assets, some of which are undervalued, the analyst adds. “It not on the radar of investors because its shareholding structure leaves very little liquidity in the group.”

It is noteworthy that the Employees Provident Fund has been paring down its stake in Oriental Holdings since as early as December 2019, when it had a 9.9% stake. As at March 15, its stake had contracted to 5.8%.

In the past five years, Oriental Holdings paid out annual dividends per share ranging between 20 sen and 44 sen.

Its share price, which hit a year-to-date peak of RM6.47 on Feb 28, closed at RM6.34 on March 29, giving the company a market capitalisation of RM3.93 billion. Perhaps with a restructured shareholding, the third generation will be more aggressive in unlocking value within the group."

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6 days ago | Report Abuse

"The DRP Statement and Notice of Election (including the Dividend Reinvestment Form) will be provided to all the entitled shareholders of RHB Bank (save for the overseas shareholders of RHB Bank) on 23 April 2024 and the election period for the DRP will close on 7 May 2024."
https://www.bursamalaysia.com/market_information/announcements/company_announcement/announcement_details?ann_id=3436071

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"On 27 February 2024, RHB Bank had declared a second interim single-tier dividend for the financial year ended 31 December 2023 of RM0.25 per RHB Bank Share ("Second Interim Dividend") of which the shareholders of RHB Bank may elect to reinvest a portion of the Second Interim Dividend comprising RM0.10 per RHB Bank Share ("Electable Portion") into new RHB Bank Shares to be issued pursuant to the DRP ("DRP Shares") with the remaining portion of the Second Interim Dividend of RM0.15 per RHB Bank Share ("Remaining Portion") to be paid in cash. If only part of the Electable Portion is reinvested, the balance of the Electable Portion not reinvested and the Remaining Portion will be paid in cash. Following the above, the issue price of the DRP Shares had been fixed today at RM4.88 per DRP Share."
https://www.bursamalaysia.com/market_information/announcements/company_announcement/announcement_details?ann_id=3436139

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We will be informed on 23/4/24 for the DRP exercise, probably via boardroomlimited.com.
Correct me if I'm wrong.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

i think MBMR's value grow in tandem w SIME's recent announcement. now, the price exceeded TP. unless i'm wrong. pls fill in.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

i'm still new to this DRP.
i suppose if taking DRP into existing invested shares, the value of your share will be averaged (as the DRP price is RM4.88). Else, taking 25c dividend as the usual profit lah ... Or you may have both.
i'm waiting for RHB correspondence on this.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Cash or DRP:
https://www.bursamalaysia.com/market_information/announcements/company_announcement/announcement_details?ann_id=3428169

DRP:
Re-invest Cash Entitlement into Securities
Entitlement Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) 0.0350
Company Name SUNWAY BERHAD
Issue Price per Unit Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) 2.5100
Deadline To Respond 04 Apr 2024 05:00 PM
Securities Crediting Date 18 Apr 2024
Available/Listing Date 19 Apr 2024
Fractional Entitlement Round Down / Fraction Disregard

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

You can find DRP from RHB report at Bursa Malaysia:
"Second Interim Dividend
• The Group declared a second interim dividend of 25 sen per share, consisting a cash payout of 15 sen per share and an electable portion under a Dividend Reinvestment Plan of 10 sen per share."

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

I saw the entitlement on my broker app says the past dividend announcements:
First Interim and Special Dividends @22/8/23
Second Interim and Special Dividends @24/11/23
Final Dividend (27/4/23 Previous year)
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So, the final dividend will be announced by the end of this April.
Pls correct me if I'm wrong.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

won't touch as in, don't sell and don't buy? many sold ...

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Any thought on HLB Research Rpt:

Water. Revenue climbed higher by 6.0% driven by the increase in chemical and electricity rebates. There was a 2.4% hike in BWSR rates in FY23. Average MLDs came in lower by -2.8% which is within our range of expectations. At the operating profit level, there was a decline of -4.2% mainly due higher rehab & maintenance expenses. Profitability for the segment is expected to improve with a 14.3% tariff hike (effective 1-Jan-24).

Tolls. ADT at the Grand Saga Highway and Grand Sepadu showed encouraging YoY growth at +7.3% and +2.8% respectively, benefitting from increased car usage vs FY22 which encompassed periods of pre-endemic conditions. Additionally, Grand Saga traffic was aided by the opening of SUKE highway. Despite the ADT growth in the period, profitability was lower on the back of higher rehab and maintenance charges.

Construction. Revenue nearly doubled in FY23 due to the progress of the Package 2 and 3 of Rasau water scheme. We expect to see stronger performance from this division with projects showing signs of ramping up. There are also two water opportunities in the pipeline in Selangor which Taliworks could participate in.

Forecast. Despite the results shortfall, we make no changes to forecasts as the construction segment is positively ramping up.

Maintain HOLD, TP: RM0.81. Maintain HOLD with marginally lower SOP-driven TP of RM0.81 (from RM0.82) after rolling over valuation for is concession businesses. Uncertainty over its new level of dividends could weigh on share price in the near term. Nevertheless, we acknowledge the company’s highly cash generative business exposure. Upside risk: water project wins; Downside risk: lower dividends from current levels.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Still learning/digesting HLB Research Rpt:

Outlook. We expect NIM to improve next quarter, coming as a result of active liability management to help optimize funding cost. Also, credit growth is seen to chug along, especially with potential lumpy business loan drawdown in 1H24. That said, net credit cost (NCC) may normalize down QoQ after stepping up for two consecutive quarters (3Q-4Q23). In any case, we are slightly concerned on its relatively low LLC of 72% (vs pre-pandemic level of c.85%) as buffers have thinned and, in our view, difficult to pad any potential deterioration in asset quality.
Forecast. Unchanged since 4Q23 results were in line.
Retain HOLD and GGM-TP of RM6.00, based on 0.79x FY24 P/B with assumptions of 9.3% ROE, 10.9% COE, and 3% LTG. This is in line to its 5-year average of 0.79x but beneath sector mean of 0.89x. We feel the valuation is fair since its ROE output is similar to pre-pandemic level. Moreover, it has always traded at a discount to industry average. Overall, RHB’s risk-reward profile appears to be balanced, as there are no new positive catalysts to spur share price upwards. In addition, the bank’s LLC of 72% is below pre-pandemic level of c.85% but peers are instead printing in above this rate, which makes us slightly concerned.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

I sold all. They perform badly for the last 2 quarters.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

meaning ... stock price to fly or dividend is flying in?

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Date:
2024-02-09
Firm:
KENANGA
Stock:
SIME

... Recall, the all-cash deal (RM5.8b) to acquire UMW is financed by Sukuk Murabahah (RM3b) and sales proceeds from the disposal of its healthcare business which was completed in Dec 2023 (RM2.8b). Post-business integration, SIME’s net debt and net gearing will increase from RM3,995m to RM5,877 and 0.2x to 0.4x, respectively (which includes UMW’s net cash position at RM1,118m). Subsequently, SIME plans to pare down its debt through: (i) the disposal of Malaysia Vision Valley land in Labu, Negeri Sembilan (RM2,959m), and (ii) the disposal of Komatsu and UMW’s Serendah land.

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perhaps SIME has large debt to clear and decided to give 1 cent lower dividend compared to 2023 first div.

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

After missing FGV's last dividend, I'm not happy with FGV at all. Not sure their milk proposition nor never-happening privatisation will help.

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Interesting thought on FGV's fresh milk proposition:
https://youtu.be/8cY_7j1AWvM

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

When FGV is privatized, what would happen to the stock?

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

besides the drive by MSM, is it going to be privatised or dividend is coming?

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2024-01-11 11:44 | Report Abuse

so, is it good to sell or hold?