Reversal of impairment is a good sign that the Company is on track to recover. The worst is most likely over. Also share price is normally running 6 month ahead. I think the best strategy is buy and hold unless speculate.
I don't buy Subur, but what I know is most of the Company's borrowing are revolving credit, banker acceptance (around 90%) which can be rolled over the year. Unless the bank request to pay back the money immediately, I don' think any right issue or private placement in short term. Another way is they can restructure their short term debts to long term debts like Jaya Tiasa last year.
Jaks aldready move above 200 days moving average. Long term look promising with the power plant expect to commence operation in June. Once MFCB announce good result I belive jaks will follow. BUY BEFORE TOO LATE.