2 months ago | Report Abuse
RM0.085 interim dividend has been declared!
2021-03-08 16:09 | Report Abuse
must be losing alot... instead of complaining, studying few more years on how to invest in stock markets would help... haha
2021-03-08 16:02 | Report Abuse
if they are selling outside the close period, what's the big deal?
2021-03-05 16:18 | Report Abuse
and when you dont know which counter to buy... just hatam big cap OIL and GAS counter... haha
2021-01-22 16:18 | Report Abuse
RHB IB, they must make their client happy.
2021-01-22 13:56 | Report Abuse
FGV's non-interested directors are unable to, with clear conscience recommend the Offer as “Reasonable” to the minority shareholders of FGV, which also include settlers and employees of FELDA and FGV respectively.
KUALA LUMPUR: FGV Holdings Bhd’s five non-interested directors say the Federal Land Development Authority’s (Felda) offer of RM1.30 a share as not fair and advised minority shareholders to reject the offer.
In their recommendation on Friday, they said they have “NOT CONCURRED” with RHB Investment Bank’s independent advice to accept the offer.
2021-01-21 15:16 | Report Abuse
To summarise, you can either accept or reject the Felda's offer:-
1) Felda managed to secure more than 90% of total share capital - compulsory acquisition of remaining shares;
2) Felda did not managed to secure 90% of total share capital - Felda to extend / revise offer price to achieve scenario 1) or everything back to square.
2020-12-11 17:38 | Report Abuse
It is not necessary to listen to the "experts" opinions, you win or lose, none of their business. To buy or to sell it is your own decision.
2020-12-10 17:04 | Report Abuse
guys, regarding dividend reinvestment plan - anyone knows if i can submit the form in softcopy or i need to submit the hardcopy to Boardroom.
2020-08-28 16:14 | Report Abuse
[BANGKOK] The Thai government is set to offer 24 billion baht (S$1.05 billion) in loans to seven local airlines to help them counter the blow from the coronavirus outbreak as authorities firm up plans to revive tourism by gradually easing travel restrictions.
The so-called soft loans should be enough to help the airlines survive the pandemic and avoid laying off 20,000 workers, Thai AirAsia chairman Tassapon Bijleveld told reporters after a meeting with Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha in Bangkok Friday. The carriers may get loans from state banks, led by the Export-Import Bank of Thailand, for a five-year period, he said.
Thailand is throwing a financial lifeline to its carriers as airlines worldwide have asked for bailouts, cut salaries and furloughed staff amid a near shutdown in global travel. Mr Prayuth's government is also intensifying efforts to revive the tourism and trade reliant economy that's on course for its worst crisis ever.
"The government is considering many relief measures and looking to find ways to ease flight restrictions, as well as measures to allow tourism in the country," Mr Prayuth said in a statement following a meeting with airline operators.
2020-07-30 11:52 | Report Abuse
How to kick Shahril out pls teach me. ? Purchase the Company shares until you become major shareholder, and vote against him to be re-elected as Director. if you have that monies.. Ha Ha
2018-07-17 18:11 | Report Abuse
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): The federal government has decided to put off revealing details about the four independent power producer (IPP) contracts that have been cancelled until a later time due to "several issues", says Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin.
"We will announce it later. We cannot do it now due to several issues," she told reporters, but did not elaborate when asked at the Parliament lobby today.
Last Thursday (July 12), Yeo said the government will announce details of the four IPP contracts awarded by the previous administration this week after their terminations have been approved by the Cabinet.
At the time, she did not identify the affected IPP projects or reveal the value of the contracts, except to say that one of them involved a public-listed company. She also said their terminations would not result in any financial compensation from the government or any legal action by the IPPs and will not affect the country's electricity supply.
Yeo had said the previous Barisan Nasional government had approved a lot of IPP contracts through direct negotiation to build up the country's capacity and the new government is reviewing many of these IPP contracts. > is Malakoff in the list?
2018-05-25 16:15 | Report Abuse
the quarterly for next week wont look good.. CPO price quite weak..
2018-05-24 14:40 | Report Abuse
1.61, breaking 1.6 soon?
2018-03-28 15:20 | Report Abuse
2 bil mainly from provision, those collecting below 0.5 must be laughing and selling below 0.50 must be crying.. read the Financial Statements!
2017-12-14 17:34 | Report Abuse
@vikrogers dont hold falling knife, but this counter good for hit and run...
2017-12-13 16:04 | Report Abuse
@Mohd Yazid Mohd Ali must be losing alot monies.. haha
2017-11-30 16:00 | Report Abuse
break 0.35.. haha
2017-10-30 17:38 | Report Abuse
ppl support for MCA.. haha
2017-09-06 15:58 | Report Abuse
no wonder you needs help @help_me... haha
2017-08-08 10:08 | Report Abuse
hit 0.365.. haha
2017-08-03 15:49 | Report Abuse
Quote: My reply was; You see Mrs X, the first rule of making money in trading and investing is to open up i3 and look at what radzi says, always do the opposite of radzi recommendation and you would do well.
Lol, well said.
2017-01-25 15:43 | Report Abuse
www.bursamalaysia.com > Annual Report of the Company... It might not the latest one.
2016-11-09 09:12 | Report Abuse
SINGAPORE — The keenly watched tender of a plum 1.1ha land parcel in the Marina Bay area closed yesterday after receiving seven bids, with the top bid of S$2.57 billion setting the record for a white site under the Government Land Sales (GLS) programme.
Wealthy Link, a unit of Malaysia’s IOI Group, emerged top in the contest with a bid that translates into S$1,689 per square foot per plot ratio (psfppr), showed data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) yesterday.
The top bid was 16.4 per cent higher than the second-highest of S$2.21 billion by Mapletree, and 34.5 per cent above the lowest bid of S$1.91 billion put in by an OUE-led consortium.
Analysts had expected the bids to be in the S$1.54 billion to S$1.8 billion range.
“This is the highest bid recorded for a white site in the GLS programme, beating the last record set by the sale of the white site on which Asia Square Tower 1 sits, at S$1,409 psf set almost 10 years ago,” said Mr Moray Armstrong, CBRE Singapore’s managing director for advisory and transaction.
2016-06-21 11:36 | Report Abuse
if you think the price dropping.. short sell to earn.. why become keyboard warrior here? lol
2016-06-21 11:35 | Report Abuse
haha poor MBSB
2016-03-23 11:07 | Report Abuse
anyone attend CIMB's AGM before?
2015-12-14 15:06 | Report Abuse
unfortunately, when oil price drop = MYR drop against USD = AAX loan in USD = AAX drop too..
2015-07-09 17:29 | Report Abuse
Moi, are you holding a lot AAsia shares? or you are their die-hard fans? lol
2015-06-17 17:44 | Report Abuse
Like drama.. police also involve.. lol
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2 months ago | Report Abuse
Maybank account? How about other banks?