CAPITAL A BERHAD

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Last Price

0.85

Today's Change

-0.005 (0.58%)

Day's Change

0.84 - 0.88

Trading Volume

23,816,600

Financial

T4Q

31-Mar-2021

2020

31-Mar-2021

2019

31-Mar-2021

2018

31-Mar-2021

2017

31-Mar-2021

Total assets

238

-1.64%

1000

+11.55%

110

+81.66%

900

-13.16%

600

+235.36%

Total current assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Cash & equivalents

238

1000

110

900

600

Short term investments

238

1000

110

900

600

Total receivables, net

238

1000

110

900

600

Accounts receivable - trade, net

238

1000

110

900

600

Other receivables

238

1000

110

900

600

Total inventory

238

1000

110

900

600

Inventories - work in progress

238

1000

110

900

600

Inventories - progress payments & other

238

1000

110

900

600

Inventories - finished goods

238

1000

110

900

600

Inventories - raw materials

238

1000

110

900

600

Total non-current assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Long term investments

238

1000

110

900

600

Note receivable - long term

238

1000

110

900

600

Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries

238

1000

110

900

600

Other investments

238

1000

110

900

600

Net property/plant/equipment

238

1000

110

900

600

Gross property/plant/equipment

238

1000

110

900

600

Accumulated depreciation, total

238

1000

110

900

600

Deferred tax assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Net intangible assets

238

1000

110

900

600

Other current assets, total

238

1000

110

900

600

Total liabilities

238

-1.64%

1000

+11.55%

110

+81.66%

900

-13.16%

600

+235.36%

Total current liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Total non-current liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Long term debt

238

1000

110

900

600

Long term debt excl. lease liabilities

238

1000

110

900

600

Capital and operating lease obligations

238

1000

110

900

600

Provision for risks & charge

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Deferred tax liabilities

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Other liabilities, total

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

Total equity

-238

-1.64%

-1000

+11.55%

-110

+81.66%

-900

-13.16%

-600

+235.36%

Total liabilities & shareholders' equities

238B

1000B

110B

900B

600B

Total debt

238

1000

110

900

600

Book value per share

-238

-1000

-110

-900

-600

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Pandu1

rossbrannigan
Capital A's Impressive Turnaround: Post-Pandemic Success Story
rossbrannigan
Jun 14
MYX_DLY:CAPITALA
0.840 −0.015 −1.75%
CAPITAL A BERHAD

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Capital A Berhad has not just bounced back post-pandemic but is soaring high above its regional competitors. The latest stock performance data tells an exciting story of resilience, innovation, and strategic brilliance. Let’s dive into how Capital A’s turnaround has translated into exceptional performance, not just in the skies and on the balance sheet, but in the financial markets as well.

A Closer Look at the Numbers
The chart below shows the stock performance of several major airlines in the region over recent months. Here are the airlines included:

Capital A Berhad (MYX: CAPA)
AirAsia X (AAX)
IndiGo (INDIGO)
Qantas Airways (QAN)
Singapore Airlines (SIA)
Cebu Pacific (CEB)
VietJet Air (VJC)

Capital A Leads the Pack
Among these airlines, Capital A stands out with an impressive performance. Here’s what the chart reveals:

Remarkable Growth: Capital A’s stock saw a significant rise, peaking around 36% before settling at approximately 28%. This growth is a testament to the company’s strong recovery and strategic initiatives post-pandemic.

Stability Amidst Volatility: Unlike many of its competitors, Capital A has maintained a steady upward trend, showing resilience against market fluctuations.

Outshining Peers: While AirAsia X also performed well initially, it didn’t sustain its momentum as effectively as Capital A. IndiGo showed a similar decline. This indicates that Capital A's strategies are yielding better investor confidence and stability.

Regional Competitors: Airlines like Qantas, Singapore Airlines, and Cebu Pacific have seen moderate gains but haven’t matched Capital A’s impressive growth, hovering between 0% to 10%.

Underperforming Rivals: VietJet Air displayed minimal gains or even losses, highlighting the challenges faced by some airlines in the current market environment.

The Secrets Behind Capital A’s Success
Several factors are driving Capital A’s stellar performance:

Diversification and Innovation: Capital A has expanded beyond traditional airline operations into digital businesses and logistics. This diversification provides a buffer against market risks specific to the aviation sector.

Efficient Cost Management: Known for its cost-efficient operations, Capital A continues to emphasize cost management, which supports its strong financial performance.

Adaptive Strategies: The ability to swiftly adapt to changing market conditions, such as fluctuating fuel prices and varying travel demand, has been crucial.

Strong Brand and Network: Capital A enjoys strong brand loyalty and recognition within the ASEAN region, bolstered by an extensive route network ensuring steady passenger traffic.

Looking Ahead
Capital A’s trajectory suggests a promising future if current strategies and market conditions remain favorable. However, potential challenges like economic downturns, regulatory changes, and geopolitical tensions could impact the aviation sector.

Conclusion
Capital A Berhad's post-pandemic turnaround is a remarkable success story. Its impressive stock performance against regional peers underscores the effectiveness of its business strategies and market positioning. As the aviation industry continues to recover, Capital A’s innovative approaches and adaptive strategies will likely keep it soaring high. This success extends beyond the cabin and balance sheet, making waves in the financial markets and offering a beacon of optimism for stakeholders and investors alike.

2 days ago

Sslee

Anyone know how much SIA had gain from its covid 2020 low?
Whereas CapA is still a PN17 company.

Page 27- 28: Statements of financial position as at 31 December 2023
31.12.2023: 31.12.2022: 1.1.2022
RM'000: RM'000: RM'000
Net current liabilities (12,669,239): (8,509,066): (6,754,176)
Capital and reserves
Share capital: 8,711,742: 8,654,977: 8,457,172
Merger deficit: (5,507,594): (5,507,594): (5,507,594)
Foreign exchange reserve: 217,047: 1,178,273: 601,494
Accumulated losses: (12,321,978): (10,254,769): (7,094,693)
Reserves: 138,642: 204,020: 161,321
Total shareholders' deficit: (8,762,141): (5,725,093): (3,382,300)
Non-controlling interests: (1,862,596): (3,791,865): (3,040,603)
Total deficit: (10,624,737): (9,516,958): (6,422,903)

Question 4: External Auditor based on above financial figures what is your opinion on the Group financial health from 1.1.2022 to 31.12.2022 to 31.12.2023 (improving and healthy or deteriorating into ICU level)?

2 days ago

Sslee

A Closer Look at the Numbers
The chart below shows the stock performance of several major airlines in the region over recent months. Here are the airlines included:

Why not show the chart from covid 2020 lowest to now?

2 days ago

Sslee

Just a simple question if Capital A Berhad's post-pandemic turnaround is a remarkable success story then why Stony intend to dispose capA' aviation to AAX?

2 days ago

Mikecyc

Haha konartist sslleee why play wayang n telling Lies to promote stocks .. your parents did not teach u ke … 😅😅😅🤔🤔🤔

2 days ago

80gram

SIA got S19bn aid from Gov...Cap A got what? RM300m loan from Sabah Development Bank during COIVD....it's not "remarkable" enough?

1 day ago

Pandu1

Mikecyc🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. If all this while sslee is telling the truth, how can Cap A can fly up to the sky from 67sen on 18th April 2024 to 90sen in just 2 weeks + on 7th May 2024. After that it just hovering between 90 sen to today 84 sen. Just a matter of 6 sen below the peak for > 1 month lo. Thats d sign its flying higher to Rm1 or higher. Now everybody can fly. Air Asia will ensure nobody hurts even theres turbulence. But fasten ur seatbelt pls.........

1 day ago

Pandu1

After the takeover by Aax, Cap A will get a huge profit lo n will exit from Pn17.

1 day ago

StartOfTheBull

Now Handsome Lee (picture only) only can continue ask questions in the forum, no one entertained his at the AGM.

1 day ago

Pandu1

Everybody pls hold your stock tight. Im waiting to get some free shares n dispose a fraction @ Rm1 or higher n keep the rest for future gain in term of dividends or price appreciation.

1 day ago

Pandu1

StartOfTheBull. 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

1 day ago

Pandu1

From 67sen or 6.7billion to 90sen or 9 billion wo. Profit of 2.3billion wo.

1 day ago

Pandu1

Now everybody can fly to the moon leaving Sslee on earth with his counting. Ki ki ki ki

1 day ago

Pandu1

StartOfTheBull. The photo of Chinese Actor right. Now hes already old i guess.

1 day ago

StartOfTheBull

You may ask Handsome Lee for his photo. LOL

1 day ago

JrWarren

6th largest RCUID holder convert their loan stock into mother stock?
that is about RM34.5M ...
Could there be any rebound in next few day?

1 day ago

ken2004

still got any excitement left? pn17 out plan? The only pending thing now mostly..........

1 day ago

Pandu1

StartOfTheBull. No need lh.

1 day ago

Pandu1

ken2004. Pls wait after the take over by Aax. B4 Tony told that once Cap A take over completed it will be out of Pn17.

1 day ago

Pandu1

Today up 1.5sen. if u buy @0.81, 8 days ago, now u got 4.5sen in your pocket. Let say u buy 10k unit d profit will b Rm400, 20k - 800, 100k - 4,000, 1mil - 41,000 n so on. Now everybody can fly to the moon lo.

1 day ago

Pandu1

Sleep tight n the plane will fly to the destination even theres turbulence. Gd nite everybody.

1 day ago

Sslee

I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think by asking questions.

20 hours ago

Pandu1

Sslee good morning. Re d conditional sale and purchase agreement on the divestment of Capital A’s airline business, i still remember u wrote that the directors can be jailed. From wasting ur time here with ur ideas, y not u write personally to Mr Tony and wait for his reply. Then ull know who going to jail.

19 hours ago

Sslee

Already ask that question to company secretary as one of my question.

Referring recent announcement of divestment of The Group aviation to AAX
https://theedgemalaysia.com/node/709489
The divestment of AirAsia Aviation Group Ltd (AAAGL) is expected to give rise to a pro forma gain of RM4.69 billion to Capital A, while the disposal of AirAsia Bhd (AAB) would result in a gain of RM6.07 billion

I’m afraid the deal is a zero sum game. What The Group gains is AAX losses: AAX after the acquisition of AAAGL and AAB the total borrowing and lease liabilities is RM 23,271,794,000 gearing 23.96 times.

Question 32: External Auditor what is the likelihood that AAX/New Aviation Group default on payment on current liabilities: Lease liabilities, borrowing, aircraft maintenance, trade and other payables, etc?

Question 33: Company Secretary If a default happens; will the BOD of both CapitalA and AAX end up in jail for offences of Wrongful/Fraudulent trading under Company Act 2016 section 540 and Section 539?

19 hours ago

Pandu1

Mr StartOfTheBull already said Now Handsome Lee (picture only) only can continue ask questions in the forum, no one entertained his at the AGM.

19 hours ago

Sslee

Wrongful Trading
In the CA 2016, an offence of wrongful trading is captured in section 539(3) that:
“…an officer of the company who knowingly was a party to the contracting of a debt had, at the time the debt was contracted, no reasonable or probable ground of expectation, after taking into consideration the other liabilities, if any, of the company at the time, of the company being able to pay the debt, commits an offence…”

Fraudulent Trading
Whereas section 540(1) of the CA 2016 stipulates an offence of fraudulent trading as below:
“If it appears…that any business of the company has been carried on with intent to defraud the creditors of the company or creditors of any other person or for any fraudulent purpose, the Court may declare that any person who was knowingly a party to the carrying on of the business in that manner shall be personally responsible…”

If an offence under section 539(3) has been made out, offenders may be punishable with a maximum imprisonment of 5 years or a maximum fine of RM500,000, or both. Reading together with section 540 of the CA 2016, it is added that the offender may even bear personal liabilities for the payment of the whole or any part of the company’s debt without any limitation of liability upon a court’s declaration

19 hours ago

Pandu1

Sslee. With all your information why not you report to d police, SC/Bursa Saham, Bnm etc etc. Phaps the minister of finance. Then ill salute u sir.

19 hours ago

Pandu1

Sslee. maximum imprisonment of 5 years or a maximum fine of RM500,000, or both sound like under Amla. Why not you report to Amla too. Just my 2 sen idea.

19 hours ago

Sslee

Question 34: If capital A needs to be delisted from Bursa to get more time and space to do a proper capital-raising and restructuring plan and relist in the future, will BOD do so rather than a rush job that might land everyone in a bad place?

Do I sound like somone wants to see someone in jail?

19 hours ago

Mikecyc

Haha Dumbass Konartist sslleee🐭why you Dumb Dumbass hold Xingquin until Delisted on 2019 even you knew is in Account Fraud ?

After 2 years said did not sell coz worried if sold to those cannot afford wow …

Why start play Wayang on 2020 to Promote stock le ….

19 hours ago

Pandu1

Many months ive been reading @ your -ve info on Cap A n Aax. I really got sick since i bought some shares in both co. Sometime i got no confident in this 2 counters. But when i studied the 1 year graph of Cap A, d price was 78sen on 20/6/23 n went up to Rm1.09 on 16/8/23. It dived to 81.5sen on 23/10/23. Went up again to 91sen on 28/11/23 n dived again to 66.5sen on 18/1/24. Up to 73.5 on 20/2/24 b4 went down to 0.68 on 8/3/24 further down to 0.65 on 19/4/24. Up again to 0.90 on 7/5/24. Downed to 0.81, 9 days ago and now at 0.855. What we can see from this price movement? Its a roller coaster. Why? 1. Cos theres short sellers n sharks. 2. People like u who without fail giving -ve info. If u dont like this 2 counters just leave us here to decide. We r not small children who know nothing. Everyday We read news @ Air Asia via online and from analysts. Some of us know how to do the technical analysis. Just leave us to make decision whether to buy or to sell. To me with this type of price movement ill rather buy low n sell high while waiting for a permanent good news when ill invest for long term gain. T you.

18 hours ago

Pandu1

I hope the above is my last writing cos its very tidious. I got much more other matters to attend to. Goodbye everybody here who love A Asia.

18 hours ago

StartOfTheBull

Not only asking questions, handsome Lee is also a soothsayer. 😂

Sslee


Posted by Sslee > | Report Abuse

Fact check:
AAX survive because of Debts restructure (pay just 0.5% of debts owed), capital reduction and 10 to 1 consolidation.

Do you think CapitalA can survive as a listing company without a debts restructure?

Anyway already too late for debts restructure as creditors are smart now to demand payment for every debts with interest.

CapitalA suspension and delist from bursa is inevitable. But you still can be a shareholders of unlisted CapitalA and do the Bollywood dance with Stony during yearly private AGM meeting.

18 hours ago

Sslee

I speak the truth and if the truth hurt, whose fault?

18 hours ago

Pandu1

The Beginning of a New Era’ Capital A and AirAsia Group sign a conditional sale and purchase agreement on the divestment of Capital A’s airline business
April 25, 2024 Nur Alya Zulaikha Khairon Anuar -

18 hours ago

Sslee

Again the same question if Capital A Berhad's post-pandemic turnaround is a remarkable success story then why Stony intend to dispose capA' aviation to AAX?

17 hours ago

Mabel

This morning while Bursa is down Capital A rise in tandem with Singapore Airlines.

When AirAsia was founded in 2001, our vision was clear: to establish a low-cost airline model focused on simplicity and cost-efficiency, primarily operating single-type narrowbody aircraft optimised for short-haul flights. To capture the medium-haul market, AAX was created in 2007 adhering to the same principles of low-cost, and efficient operations. The emergence of Airbus’ A321LR and A321XLR, is an unprecedented, game-changing opportunity.

Capital A’s shareholders’ equity to turn positive for the first time in 14 quarters following the divestment, while AirAsia X's shareholders’ equity to also strengthen post-transaction

AirAsia Group to fortify its position as the largest low cost carrier in Asia, with a win-win “One Airline” strategy set to transform the face of global low cost travel

Capital A is undergoing significant restructuring. After issuing warrants and placement, AAG (the company) aims to reduce its share capital from RM4.05 billion to RM100 million.

This reduction will eliminate accumulated losses totaling RM3.27 billion. Meanwhile, Capital A’s share capital is projected to decrease by RM2.2 billion to RM6.46 billion, resulting in positive shareholders’ equity at RM492.8 million. If all outstanding RCUIDS and warrants are exercised, the projected shareholders’ equity would be RM1.67 billion following the proposed distribution and disposal of AAB.

Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd highlights anticipated gains from divestment, totaling RM10.8 billion, which is expected to offset the negative shareholder equity and help the company exit the PN17 status.

https://newsroom.airasia.com/news/the-beginning-of-a-new-era-capital-a-and-airasia-group-sign-a-conditional-sale-and-purchase-agreement-on-the-divestment-of-capital-as-airline-business#gsc.tab=0

17 hours ago

Sslee

AAX after the acquisition of AAAGL and AAB the total borrowing and lease liabilities is RM 23,271,794,000 gearing 23.96 times.

Hence the question: What is the likelihood that AAX/New Aviation Group default on payment on current liabilities: Lease liabilities, borrowing, aircraft maintenance, trade and other payables, etc?

17 hours ago

80gram

lease liabilities are something that used over time and over time, aviation business is generating revenue....how much is the total borrowings?

15 hours ago

human

Tony, secretary and the auditor answer 40+ questions, most of your questions were answered.

sslee if you are a truth seeker why didnt attend the AGM?
What is the point of ranting here post meeting?

Dont expect those that attended the AGM give you the answer when you dont even bother to attend.
AGM Q&A is for shareholders.

15 hours ago

human

I posted many questions prior meeting, almost all are answered either during Tony presentation or Q&A.
The sincere communication shown by Tony and BOD are exemplary to other companies AGM.
Whether choose to invest in Capita A or not is personal choice.
The way the companies are professionally managed and the wiliness of BOD to communicate should be appreciated not brush off due to biased opinion.

15 hours ago

Mabel

Nice to see Capital A is on the Top 500 South East Asia Companies

Meow Meow Meow

15 hours ago

Mabel

https://ceomorningbrief.theedgemalaysia.com/2024/0781/

Now Mabel crying oledi...so apy...

Meow

15 hours ago

Mabel

Well Tony and Capital A Supporter...

Meow

15 hours ago

Mikecyc

Haha Dumbass Konartist Sslleee 🐭, what Armada replied you on yr Question related to Kraken .. hash on you !!!

Why so 🐭did not ask Insas :

1.) Why No Corporate Structure ?
2.) Why Staff Expenses is increased more than RM 20 Million
3.) Why Others Operation Expenses is High … yearly more than RM 100 million ?

You had been Twisting due to Remisier Commission in Staff Expenses and Others Operation Expenses !!!

15 hours ago

StartOfTheBull

What! SSLee chicken out did not attend the AGM?

14 hours ago

Sslee

Repost:
Posted by Sslee > Jun 13, 2024 5:51 PM | Report Abuse X
The webpage at https://vimeo.com/event/4376865/embed/interaction might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.

I try to do some resetting and the final message:
Internetbaik.telkomsel.com refused to connect

I managed to submit one more question on CAPI and submitted the voting but cannot follow the live streaming


Posted by Sslee > Jun 13, 2024 6:00 PM | Report Abuse X
Will wait for the AGM minutes for follow up clarification questions

14 hours ago

Mabel

Haha despite Bursa down by 4% today, happy to see another PN17 Capital A is making big progress. Capital A today climbs 2.34% today beating is brother AAX (1.33%) and Sister Singapore Airlines (0.44%). Nice to see Capital A made it on the Top 500 South East Asia Companies joining his sister Singapore Airlines down under…

Still crying..sob..sob...so apy..

87.5 sen oledi...so apy...

14 hours ago

Junx Leow

Landing again

11 hours ago

paulthesotong

Planes are still flying fairly full. Demands are strong..

https://www.capitala.com/misc/AGM_Presentation_2024.pdf

10 hours ago

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