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stkoay | Joined since 2014-02-11

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28 minutes ago | Report Abuse

What recession....DJ is now up 600+ :p

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6 hours ago | Report Abuse

Don't miss the boat ya :p

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6 hours ago | Report Abuse

Most Banks are green :)

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6 hours ago | Report Abuse

Wow......"feel good" gaining momentum :)

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7 hours ago | Report Abuse

Wow.....KLCI turns green.....why ah?
....bcos of impending GE ah?
....."feel good" warming up ah? :p

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10 hours ago | Report Abuse

Banking - Good Numbers All Around


Loans and deposits growth gained traction to 6.8% and 7.5% YoY respectively. Also, leading indicators remained robust and asset quality held steady. As for NIM, we expect it to broaden from OPR hikes but the magnitude may be capped by the downward normalization of CASA mix. Nonetheless, banks are still net beneficiaries of interest rate upcycle. Overall, we continue to view positively the banking sector and also, opine the risk-reward profile is skewed to the upside; the cocktail of robust profit growth and undemanding valuations will be impetus to drive performance. Retain OVERWEIGHT; BUY calls include: Maybank, RHB, BIMB, Affin, Alliance.

Source: Hong Leong Investment Bank Research - 3 Oct 2022

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11 hours ago | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/pricetarget/research/64880

August 2022 system loans grew by 6.8% YoY (+0.7% MoM), beating our expectations. Hence, we raise our CY22 industry growth target to 6.0-6.5%. While better business loans were expected, the continued support from household loans was unanticipated in a rising rate environment.

Maintain OVERWEIGHT on the banking sector. We are further encouraged by the strong loans growth performance, emboldening sector prospects. We continue to anticipate two more 25 bps OPR hikes in the subsequent BNM MPC meetings which could lift banking margins while allaying competitive pricing pressures. This would translate favourably on CY23 earnings, notwithstanding the lapse of CY22’s prosperity tax in addition to higher possibilities of writebacks. For the 4QCY22 season, we feature the following as our top picks :- (i) CIMB (OP; TP: RM6.35) for defensive NOII reporting as trading performances are supported by its regional entities. It also commands on of the highest CASA books amongst the large cap banks. Notably, we have awarded CIMB with a 4-star ESG rating for its sustainable financing efforts; (ii) MAYBANK (OP; TP: RM11.05) which remains our dividend favourite (7-8% yield) and provide shelter for investors preferring more secured returns. As the market share leader in loans and deposits, MAYBANK would also be widely exposed to the benefits of economic reopening.

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1 day ago | Report Abuse

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/01/the-fed-is-breaking-things-heres-what-has-wall-street-on-edge-as-risks-rise-around-the-world.html

Ironically, it is the reforms that came out of the last global crisis that have made markets more fragile. Trading across asset classes is thinner and easier to disrupt after U.S. regulators forced banks to pull back from proprietary trading activities, a dynamic that JPMorgan Chase
CEO Jamie Dimon has repeatedly warned about.

Regulators did that because banks took on excessive risk before the 2008 crisis, assuming that ultimately they’d be bailed out. While the reforms pushed risk out of banks, which are far safer today, it has made central banks take on much more of the burden of keeping markets afloat.

With the possible exception of troubled European firms like Credit Suisse
, investors and analysts said there is confidence that most banks will be able to withstand market turmoil ahead.

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5 days ago | Report Abuse

The financial turmoil of recent days appeared to be confined to Britain and was not spreading to the global economy, Yellen told reporters at the end of her visit in North Carolina. She declined to comment on Britain’s new budget, the newspaper said.

Yellen said financial markets were “still functioning well”, adding that they “haven’t seen liquidity problems develop in markets”, the report added.

Yellen said that both the US and Britain had “significant inflation problems and central banks are focused on wanting to bring inflation down”.

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5 days ago | Report Abuse

Government will probably in the coming budget encourage GLC and local institution to bring back oversea investment to support the ringgit and also the local market as oversea are facing headwind.

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5 days ago | Report Abuse

4QCY22 Investment Strategy - There’s No Place Like Home

We advocate investors to seek refuge in domestically-driven sectors amidst rising external headwinds.
Banks are the best proxy to Malaysia’s resilient economy, in particular, domestic consumption.

Our Overall Top Picks are MAYBANK, PCHEM, CIMB, DIGI, KLK, INARI, GAMUDA, ABMB, BAUTO and AEON.

Source: Kenanga Research - 28 Sept 2022

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/kenangaresearch/2022-09-28-story-h1649314038-4QCY22_Investment_Strategy_There_rsquo_s_No_Place_Like_Home

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

....that means bank with high fixed rate loan is not so good in an increasing rate scenario
....no wonder, the one with high car loan is being sold down lately.....

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/pricetarget/research/64806

Meanwhile, in a rising rate environment, it is more like that the banks with the greatest re-pricing power could capitalise on the introduction of higher rates. This would constitute having: (i) a low fixed rate financing mix, and/or (ii) a higher CASA-to-deposit ratio. Notably, BIMB and RHBBANK appear to have the highest variable loans rate profile while ABMB, CIMB and MAYBANK stand tall with CASA.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/pricetarget/research/64806

Maintain OVERWEIGHT on the banking sector. The investment thesis for the banking sector’s resiliency remains affirmed and we believe additional attention could be given to names which demonstrate stronger performance thanks to the factors mentioned above.

( we believe additional attention could be given to names which demonstrate stronger performance thanks to the factors mentioned above. )

MAYBANK (OP; TP: RM11.05) continues to be a favourite for dividends (7-8% yield) for those concerned with capital safety amidst ongoing uncertainties.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2022/09/26/maybank-wins-multiple-asiamoney-awards-in-2022

In a statement, Maybank said it was named the ‘Most Outstanding Company in Malaysia – Banking Sector’ for the second consecutive year under Asiamoney’s annual Asia’s outstanding companies poll.

Close to 1,000 fund managers, buy-side analysts, bankers and research analysts were polled for companies listed across 12 markets in Asia, with 175 companies recognised for their outstanding performance in their respective sectors and markets.

Maybank also received three awards under Asiamoney’s Best Bank Awards in 2022 namely Best Bank for Diversity & Inclusion in Malaysia, Best Investment Bank in Malaysia (Maybank Investment Bank) and Best International Bank in Cambodia.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

Some poor people considers own failure as other's people fault.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/insider/detail/SBSH_549680_3278814716

Wow.....ASB started buying after ex dividend........very good.....add oil

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

Welcome. Happy investing.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

@nhbeen.....in already

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

It's today, but just checked Boardroom, not in yet....based on previous, should be this afternoon or evening......the dateline is 6th Oct, plenty of time to respond.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

Wow....4.6m shares done at pre close 4.40

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

PNB's fixed income fund, ASB, ASM n ASW, should realign their portfolio by selling the low dividend paying bank stock and buy more Maybank then they will be more able to pay better dividend.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

@AqsadMohamad welcome....wise decision, keep for long term, it gives consistent attractive dividend and potential for very good appreciation esp if management can achieve their M25 earning target of above 100 sen per shares in the next few years.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

EPF has collected lots and lots of bullets lately......will there be "feel good" when parliament is dissolved ??

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

This tread has been very quiet lately....now, with sifu ATK back, i think it's going to be lively again.....may be WinSSP will also be back soon ...haha :p

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

PNB's fixed income fund, ASM n ASW, should realign their portfolio by selling the low dividend paying stocks and buy more Maybank then they will be more able to pay better dividend.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

SUPERBULL RUN AFTER GE15 only if there is a stable goverment.......

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

@AqsadMohamah......fundamentally YES.
.....but price in the market is always influence by sentiment....in stock market, short term is a voting machine, long term it will be a weighing machine.

.....if you are a long term player, buy when the stock is reasonably priced regardless of market sentiment....cos nobody can successfully time the market (entry level)

....this strategy is especially true if you are buying a high dividend stock......meaning even market falls, you still get your attractive yield while waiting for market to recover.

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

....and if management is successful in achieving their M25 target of earning above 100 sen per share....then a low PE of 13 times means the price is RM13.00 :)

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

With price trading at just 1.2 times book value, 13 times price to earning and a high dividend yield of about 7%.......those who buy will definitely get richer over the long term.....

.....non investor who busy busy trolling....busy busy monitoring the wealth of Tiger investors will definitely get plenty of time to stressed out.....haha...LOL

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

Wow...so quiet over here :p

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1 week ago | Report Abuse

Wow....nice, 5.50 again....investors will definitely get richer over the long term....
.....non investor busy busy trolling...busy busy monitoring the wealth of investors must be very stressed out.....haha....LOL

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/rakuten/2021-04-12-story-h1563424697-Malayan_Banking_Bhd_Innovating_its_roadmap_for_growth.jsp

Buy with a TP of RM10.60 or a PBV of 1.37x derived from a higher applied ROE of 11% (which is below management’s 5-year target of 13-15%.

MAYBANK is our Top Pick for the banking sector for its most favourable risk-to reward with the highest dividend yield in the industry plus solid ROE prospects. MAYBANK hosted a briefing to share its 5-year plan and strategies to achieve planned targets by 2025. Fundamentally, these targets include: (i) sustainable ROEs of 13-15%; (ii) CIR (cost to income ratio) of less than 45%; and (iii) EPS of above 100.0 sen (accounting for future dividend reinvestments). Management also aspires to position the group as a regional ESG leader by driving sustainable financing up to RM50bn in 2025, and to be carbon neutral by 2030.

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Info for those who have fund to invest (not for pokkai non investor)

https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/ptres/59261.jsp

MAYBANK has laid out a five-year plan (2025) to drive sustainable ROE, CIR, and EPS above 100.0 sen.

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Even if Maybank is RM5, it will also not benefit pokkai non investor....LOL

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Financial is green in US tonight :)

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Those who have bought prior to 10th April 2020, till today, they have received 149 sen plus 28 sen coming in next month....so, total dividend since then is 177 sen :)

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

At today's price, the dividend yield has risen to 6.74% (based on 58 sen)

....next year with no more cukai makmur, if can get 60 sen, then the yield will be 6.97....ASB also cannot give this high :)

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 — Former finance minister Lim Guan Eng has called on the government to protect the people and not banks’ profits.

The DAP lawmaker said the government should instead demand that banks share their “good fortune” following the rise in the overnight policy rate (OPR).

https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2022/09/18/protect-people-not-banks-guan-eng-tells-putrajaya/28767

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2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

In US, financial was also the only green last night.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo closed up 1.8%