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Posted by Mirage2000E > 2021-12-01 02:52 | Report Abuse

Ghostvision ........What's the 3rd kind???


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Posted by KEENTRADER > 2021-12-01 14:29 | Report Abuse

Volume is getting lower and lower each day

Michael Kwok

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Posted by Michael Kwok > 2021-12-05 21:24 | Report Abuse

If can maintain 42 cents a 15-30 percent upward possible.Now is 43 cents.


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Posted by KEENTRADER > 2021-12-06 09:37 | Report Abuse

Can see there are some accumulation but minimal

Posted by GHOSTVISION > 2021-12-13 00:57 | Report Abuse

Mirage2000E, register and login to view the AGM. You will see us.

Counter is staying low but yet visible to many. Read their AR2021 (yes, hantu pun boleh baca & faham kandungan - hanya interpretasi yang mengelirukan ).

Look at the 7 newly formed companies AND ITS NAME. Anymore or that's it?

Would it be the Magnificent SEVEN (7) or its just a fairytale story of 7 Dwarfs? Paid up RM2.00 sahaja for some.

How many have been identified & used for projects and how many aren't? The ghost is still listening to whispers from little-little birds and crickets along the corridors in Uzma Tower.

Pick some and you will remember the Ghost. Follow the Ghost and you will never "Pandang Belakang Lagi".

The Ghost.

Posted by GHOSTVISION > 2021-12-14 14:56 | Report Abuse

Aiya.... the Ghost made a mistake.

9/7/21 - Uzma Kuala Muda SB - renewable energy services
- Uzma Energy Venture Sarawak SK433 SB - geoscience & O&G engineering
15/7/21 - Uzma Nexus SB - renewable energy services
16/7/21 - Uzma Solar SB - renewable energy services
29/7/21 - Uzma Production Enhancement SB - pump solutions services
- Uzma Well Services SB - repair & maintenance of petroleum wells

Counted left/right... up/down... inside/outside... still 666

No more Magnificent 7, got Super 6 only. Nonetheless, later on will share Super 6's potential.

The Ghost.


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Posted by field123 > 2021-12-16 17:28 | Report Abuse

Any sharing on today agm ?

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2021-12-16 21:15 | Report Abuse

Check AGM meeting results out... Uzma retaining all senior staffs and buy back shares thats what stated.

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2021-12-16 21:18 | Report Abuse

Uzma buy back shares means shares would up. I think so if I'm right.

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2021-12-16 21:44 | Report Abuse

Resolution 5 Directors allot and issues shares
Resolution 6 buy back shares .

Buybacks do benefit all shareholders to the extent that, when stock is repurchased, shareholders get market value, plus a premium from the company. And if the stock price then rises, those that sell their shares in the open market will see a tangible benefit.

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2021-12-17 00:22 | Report Abuse

Ghostvision....Hi. thks for the reply... What u think buyback shares means ?????

Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2021-12-17 05:28 | Report Abuse

to stabilise price with less afloated shares at open market. it doesnt mean it will go up. im

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Posted by AllYouCanBuy > 2021-12-24 08:18 | Report Abuse

Why UZMA is not bouncing back?


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Posted by Hotstuff > 2021-12-24 08:28 | Report Abuse

because o

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peter Too

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Posted by peter Too > 2021-12-29 10:29 | Report Abuse

Uzma.outdated counter.

Posted by GHOSTVISION > 2022-01-02 14:50 | Report Abuse

Mirage 2000E - Buyback shares doesn't mean much, few key activities - not much was bought, if bought also put in treasury. Unless its cancelled or given out as bonus, if not no impact.

Interesting recent appointment. Very charming and versatile background - linkage to other PLC also raising eyebrows. I think strategic corporate proposals will come soon. Bumpy and speedy headway for UZMA.

The Ghost with many other friendly ghosts have lock in more shares at current attractive price level. Will spill out more beans as we progress into 2022.

May the Year of the Tiger roar loud loud for energy industry companies....

The Ghost.

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Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-01-05 06:56 | Report Abuse

Oil ends up at $80/bbl as OPEC+ sticks with Feb output hike
By Arathy Somasekhar 6.35am 5-1-2022

* Brent almost back to Nov levels before first Omicron reports OPEC+ decision reflects easing concern of oil surplus
* U.S. State Department says Iran talks show modest progress
* POLL-U.S. crude stockpiles seen lower for sixth straight week
* Coming Up: Weekly API inventory data due at 2130 GMT

Jan 4 (Reuters) - Global benchmark Brent crudejumped on Tuesday to $80 a barrel, its highest since November, as OPEC+ agreed to stick with its planned increase for February based on indications that the Omicron coronavirus variant would have only a mild impact on demand.

Brent futures settled up $1.02, or 1.3%, at $80 a barrel, almost back to the level they were at on Nov. 26 when reports of the new variant first appeared, sparking a more than 10% decline in prices on that day.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude rose 91 cents, or 1.2%, to $76.99.

"The oil market is bullish today as a result of optimism sourced from today's monthly OPEC+ meeting, which is helping oil prices trade higher," said Rystad Energy's head of oil markets, Bjornar Tonhaugen.
OPEC+, comprising of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, agreed to stick to its planned increase of 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) in oil output in February.
Its decision reflects easing concerns over a big surplus in the first quarter, as well as a wish to provide consistent guidance to the market. Crude stockpiles in the United States, the world's top consumer, were forecast to have dropped for a sixth consecutive week, analysts polled by Reuters estimated ahead of weekly industry data due at 4:30 p.m. EST (2130 GMT), followed by the government's report on Wednesday.
The White House welcomed the decision by OPEC+ to continue increases in production which will help facilitate economic recovery, a spokesperson said.
"It appears that the market is making the bet that Omicron is the beginning of the end of COVID-19," said Scott Shelton, an energy specialist at United ICAP.
In Britain, people being hospitalised with COVID-19 were generally showing less severe symptoms than previously.
While in France, the finance minister said some sectors were being disrupted by the surge of the fast-spreading Omicron variant, but there was no risk of it "paralysing" the economy and stuck to a forecast of 4% GDP growth in 2022.
Global manufacturing activity remained strong in December, suggesting Omicron's impact on output had been subdued.
However, analysts warned OPEC+ may have to change tack if tension between the West and Russia over Ukraine flares up and hits fuel supplies, or if Iran's nuclear talks with major powers make progress, which would lead to an end to oil sanctions on Tehran.
"We think these two events represent major wildcards that could quickly alter the price trajectory and test OPEC's rapid response mechanism," RBC analysts said in a note.
The U.S. State Department said talks with Iran have shown modest progress and that United States hopes to build on that this week.
Libyan output is likely to be about 500,000-600,000 bpd lower in the coming weeks, more than offseting the planned monthly increase in OPEC+ production, chief commodities economist at Capital Economics Caroline Bain said.

Libya's state oil firm said on Saturday oil output would be reduced by 200,000 bpd for a week due to maintenance on a main pipeline, adding to disruptions two weeks ago after militia blocked operations at the Sharara and Wafa oilfields.
However, Bain said Capital Economics remained of the view that as OPEC+ continues to raise production in the coming months and demand growth normalises, oil prices will come under downward pressure. Capital Economics' year end-2022 forecast for Brent crude is just $60 per barrel.

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2022-01-05 09:51 | Report Abuse

Write so much but stock stuck in mud.

Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-05 15:21 | Report Abuse

yalor, cut the crap only la...only 60% of Carimin upsetting

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2022-01-05 16:46 | Report Abuse

Bullmarket 1628 .. Tulis panjang panjang share naik 1 sen shaja..lagi baik baca cerita kubur.

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Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-01-07 07:49 | Report Abuse

Oil extends rally on Kazakhstan unrest and Libyan outages 6.35am 5-1-2022
By Jessica Resnick-ault
* Russia moves paratroopers into Kazakhstan to quell uprising
* Libyan oil output down to 729,000 bpd, NOC says
* Market shrugs off U.S. fuel stock surge, OPEC+ output hike

NEW YORK, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Oil prices rose about 2% on Thursday, extending their new year's rally, on escalating unrest in OPEC+ oil producer Kazakhstan and supply outages in Libya.
Brent crude futures rose $1.19 cents, or 1.5%, to settle at $81.99 a barrel, after hitting their highest since late November. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude gained $1.61, or 2.1%, to $79.46. The contract touched a session high of $80.24.

Russia sent paratroopers into Kazakhstan to help quell a countrywide uprising after deadly violence spread across the tightly controlled former Soviet state.
There were no indications that oil production in Kazakhstan has been affected so far. The country produces about 1.6 million barrels of oil per day.
Meanwhile in Libya, oil output was at 729,000 barrels per day, the National Oil Corp said, down from a high of more than 1.3 million bpd last year, owing to maintenance and oilfield shutdowns.
Global benchmark Brent's six-month backwardation stood at about $4 a barrel, its widest since late November. Backwardation is a market structure where current prices trade at a premium to future prices and is usually a sign of a bullish market.
Prices have rallied since the start of the year despite OPEC+ sticking to an agreed output target rise and a surge in U.S. fuel stockpiles.
"OPEC production, while it did increase, disappointed the market - it is not going to be enough to keep up with demand," said Phil Flynn, an analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago.
OPEC+, a group that includes members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and other producers, agreed on Tuesday to add another 400,000 bpd of supply in February, as it has done each month since August as it gradually relaxes 2020's cuts as demand recovers from the pandemic.
However, the increase in OPEC's output in December has again undershot the rise planned under the OPEC+ deal, a Reuters survey found on Thursday, highlighting capacity constraints.
JP Morgan forecast Brent to average at $88 a barrel in 2022, up from $70 last year.
"Our reference case now assumes the alliance will fully phase out the remaining 2.96 million bpd of oil production cuts by September 2022," the bank's analysts said in a note.
Government data on Wednesday showed that U.S. gasoline inventories surged by more than 10 million barrels last week, the biggest weekly build since April 2020, as supplies backed up at refineries because of reduced fuel demand.
Crude inventories in the United States, the world's top consumer, have fallen for six consecutive weeks by the end of the year to 417.9 million barrels, their lowest since September, the data showed.
U.S. crude futures suggest supplies will remain tight early in the new year. A barrel of oil for delivery in June is selling at a $4.10 premium to a barrel for delivery in December, the highest since Nov. 2, a signal of near-term rising demand.
Meanwhile, the world's top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, cut the official selling price for all grades of crude it sells to Asia in February by at least $1 a barrel, three sources with knowledge of the matter said.


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Posted by izoklse > 2022-01-07 23:07 | Report Abuse

Uzma need turbo power oil to fuel its engine. Very slow moving.

Posted by GHOSTVISION > 2022-01-08 16:09 | Report Abuse

A good week for Uzma,

Next week may cross 50cents and stay within the 50-60cents range before the next phase up.

Stay put for some development news before end of March2022.

Its hearsay and the Ghost was painted an impression that they will get favorable deals soon.
Don't put too much thought on it, just ride the momentum.

Oil & Gas will make a comeback in 2022.
In hell, we are always cold, we need heat and warmth to keep us lively and enjoyable lot.

Should get a good return for Raya.

The Ghost.

Posted by Mirage2000E > 2022-01-08 20:54 | Report Abuse

I agree with Ghost feedbacks.

Posted by Sandlejepon > 2022-01-09 09:15 | Report Abuse

Hidung darah lama hold .

Posted by GHOSTVISION > 2022-01-10 15:53 | Report Abuse

Sandlejepon, bisa menjelaskan makna "hidung darah lama" hold.

Kami desak penjelasan ikhlas dari kamu.

The Ghost.

Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-01-12 06:22 |

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Posted by Sandlejepon > 2022-01-12 10:27 | Report Abuse

Ini kalilah kasi pecah 0.50.


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Posted by izoklse > 2022-01-12 14:47 | Report Abuse

bertahun tunggu.


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Posted by MrsLee > 2022-01-12 19:12 | Report Abuse

Betul ke?

Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-12 22:09 | Report Abuse

Carimin even moves faster...damn

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Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-01-13 07:36 | Report Abuse

Oil rally to continue in 2022 as demand outstrips supply, analysts say
By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin 6.00am 13-1-2022
* Oil prices rose 50% in 2021
* JPM expects oil prices to "overshoot" to $125 this year
* Some OPEC producers are struggling to raise supply
* OPEC doesn't want oil at $100 - Omani oil minister

LONDON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Oil prices that rallied 50% in 2021 will power further ahead this year, some analysts predict, saying a lack of production capacity and limited investment in the sector could lift crude to $90 or even above $100 a barrel.
Though the Omicron coronavirus variant has pushed COVID-19 cases far above peaks hit last year, analysts say oil prices will be supported by the reluctance of many governments to restore the strict restrictions that hammered the global economy when the pandemic took hold in 2020.
Brent crude futures traded near $85 on Wednesday, hitting two-month highs.
"Assuming China doesn't suffer a sharp slowdown, that Omicron actually becomes Omi-gone, and with OPEC+’s ability to raise production clearly limited, I see no reason why Brent crude cannot move towards $100 in Q1, possibly sooner," said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at OANDA.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, a group known as OPEC+, are gradually relaxing the output cuts implemented when demand collapsed in 2020.
However, many smaller producers can't raise supply and others have been wary of pumping too much oil in case of renewed COVID-19 setbacks.

Morgan Stanley predicts that Brent crude will hit $90 a barrel in the third quarter of this year.
With the prospect of depleting crude inventories and low spare capacity by the second half of 2022, and limited investments in the oil and gas sector, the market will have little margin of safety, the bank said.
JPMorgan analysts said in a note on Wednesday that they could see oil prices rising by up to $30 after the Energy Information Administration (EIA) and Bloomberg lowered OPEC capacity estimates for 2022 by 0.8 million barrels per day (bpd) and 1.2 million bpd respectively.

However, the bank added that it also expects oil prices to "overshoot" to $125 a barrel this year, and $150 in 2023.
Rystad Energy's senior vice-president of analysis Claudio Galimberti said if OPEC was disciplined and wanted to keep the market tight, it could boost prices to $100.
However, he said he did not consider this a likely scenario and while oil could "momentarily" reach above $90 this year, downward pressure on prices would come from production increases in Canada, Norway, Brazil and Guyana.
Omani Oil Minister Mohammed Al Rumhi also said on Tuesday that the group doesn't want to see $100 barrels of oil.
"The world is not ready for that," Al Rumhi was quoted as saying by Bloomberg.
High oil prices, which also drive up gasoline and diesel prices, could keep inflation uncomfortably high well into 2022 amid snarled global supply chains, slowing the economic recovery from the pandemic in many countries.
Standard Chartered, meanwhile, has raised its 2022 Brent forecast by $8 to $75 a barrel and its 2023 Brent forecast by $17 to $77.
In a Reuters poll in late December, 35 economists and analysts forecast Brent would average $73.57 a barrel in 2022, about 2% lower than $75.33 consensus in November. The forecast shows the average price for the year, not the peak.
Brent prices have not touched $90 and $100 since 2014, when they were retreating from a high above $115 to as low as $57 by the end of the year.


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Posted by izoklse > 2022-01-13 17:31 | Report Abuse



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Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-14 12:42 | Report Abuse

this dumb bull....bring soi....

Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-14 12:42 | Report Abuse

whenever he wrote or copy articles, it went south

Posted by bullmarket1628 > 2022-01-14 16:58 | Report Abuse

Brent oil suddenly spike up to around $86 up around $1 because the war in Ukraine has been started.
Ho Sei Liao lah this round !

Heng ah , Ong ah, Huat ah !

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Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-17 13:35 | Report Abuse

stfu bull

Posted by armadatuah2017 > 2022-01-17 13:35 | Report Abuse

you bring soi


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Posted by KAQ4468 > 2022-01-18 00:21 | Report Abuse

Hidup lagi hang nooo Armada tuah


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Posted by MrsLee > 2022-01-18 08:55 | Report Abuse

This counter heavy to move!!! Jia lat!!

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