CAPITAL A BERHAD

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Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.

NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ & YoY figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.

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Sslee

Now you know why AA never make money flying people.

SEPANG, 19 February 2024 ‒ AirAsia announced the launch of its much anticipated FREE* Seats Campaign today ‒ the first for 2024 ‒ with millions of seats to more than 130 destinations worldwide heavily discounted!

Unearth the wanderlust in you by exploring Malaysia’s famed hotspots such as Langkawi, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu and Penang from only RM28 one-way* or spread your wings further across Asean to beachy Krabi, culturally-rich Trivandrum and food-haven Bali from a mere RM83 one-way* and so much more.

For those a little more adventurous, you’re in luck! AirAsia is also having Big Sale on flights to a myriad of destinations across Asia and beyond, with starting fares of just RM299** all-in one-way to Taipei, Seoul, New Delhi, Almaty and many more. Seats booked during this campaign can be used for travel between 1 September 2024 till 18 June 2025. Simply visit the airasia Superapp or www.airasia.com to book your seats and plan your trips!

AirAsia’s world-renowned FREE* Seats Campaigns has enabled travellers in Malaysia and beyond from all walks of life to travel the world affordably over the years. Under these promotional fares, the base fares of the flights are completely free* of charge and guests need to only pay for the airport tax and relevant fees, allowing them to travel the world for essentially no costs.

6 days ago

xiaoeh

wah....
learn a lot of new vocabularies
i3 is the place not only stock trading knowledge
also a place for learning every aspect of life
love i3

6 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Buy. Singapore airlines record revenue.

6 days ago

iCashBooster

Mabel is s1lly ahqua who talk like tin kosong, serba dinamik also loss, another stock market also loss, now tin kosong at Capital A. Capital A proven dead stock already, tony cannot do anything, he just empty talk wherever he goes, no wonder alot Air Asia staff and ceo resigned, cause they as internal know this Capital A and AAX is purely deadstock

6 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Menteri tak boleh pakai punya la. Buat bisnes kalau ada menteri otak fix rate, bangkrap lo

6 days ago

JrWarren

I make a picture for lazy guys who lazy to do research, keep on bashing and dont even bother to understand AA business model.

https://i.imgur.com/8K1weV2.png

AA business model is like a Bell Curve, why there is a free seat? Why u cant secure a cheap ticket ? When you are paying normal ticket price?
This picture covers all.

Overall, AA fare (budget airline) is still cheaper as compared to service airline such as Singapore Airline, JAL, ANA and others.

6 days ago

JrWarren

Simply said: Higher jetfuel cost, higher load factor to break even.
So what is the breakeven load factor % for the given fuel cost ?
U pandai pandai research la, if u able to modulate this formula, I am sure u already on-board and judge this stock is under/over value.

6 days ago

The_JQuestion

no need la formula laaa , the price ticket on nov-dec u already know... how can it be lower than Q3 ??
Q1 2024 is full of CNY and RAYA hihi ....
soon debts all cleared and out of PN 17 is a SURE THING , nobody noticed our Mr . Too Good nvr posted about debts anymore . No worriess , eveyrone can FLY !

5 days ago

The_JQuestion

Q2-Q3 tickets mostly sold due to zero FAIR... this company keep getting the CASH in
whats interesting is what will happen to the remaining CASH? remain with CAP A?? anyone?? very interesting deal ... TONY , master class here . I already made them eat their words, with 3 CORRECT prediction. My gut tell me Q4 wont disappoint :)) , dont be too C*Cky , old C*cks

5 days ago

The_JQuestion

All this without interference of any gov ... in fact , even under Madani , i am disaapointed they still nvr help AA which already is the b40 airline... and m40s ,, really salute mr . T for hanging on and performing a HAT TRICK ... i was anxious , it's just blows my mind , INCREDIBLE

5 days ago

The_JQuestion

He said out of 362 A321neo (new engine option) orders, 36 have been converted to A321LR (long-range).
"I expect AirAsia to start flying to Kenya, Africa by year-end,”
Also present was the newly appointed Airbus Commercial Aircraft business CEO, Christian Scherer, who was appointed in January 2024.
https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2024/02/22/a321lr-joins-airasia039s-airbus-order-book?fbclid=IwAR2-Pkjl9TvBV4PdSSrcTxfLMHkXDbwy-Zs3m6y0-wOVsch-tfqIhKJgtko

4 days ago

Sslee

If you are in airlines industry you should know that any new route (low demand) is like burning money before it can make any money. Only mature routes with high load factor/demand are the one making the money.

4 days ago

Sslee

I am expecting another lose making quarter for capA.

4 days ago

Sslee

CapA aviation Q3 is lose making and Q4 despite activate another addition 10 planes the load factor and RPK is worst than Q3


Q4 passengers carried: 14,879,889
Load factor: 88%
RPK (million): 17,243
Operating aircrafts: 162

Q3 passengers carried: 14,705,446
Load factor: 89%
RPK (million): 17,550
Operating aircrafts: 152

Q2 passengers carried: 14,243,439
Load factor: 88%
RPK (million): 16,312
Operating aircrafts: 146

RPK: Revenue Passager kilometres

4 days ago

Sslee

From Thai AA
In summary, The Company's EBITDA for 4Q2023 was reported at Baht 3,085.2 million, up 89 percent YoY. Net profit was recorded at Baht 2,813.6 million, marking a 10 percent decrease YoY. Excluding FX gains of Baht 2,313.8 million, core profit6stood at Baht 499.9 million, significantly improved from Baht (472.4) million 4Q2022

4 days ago

paulthesotong

stay healthy..away from denque. TF

4 days ago

JrWarren

Other than India got alot GREEN, I found alot RED (especially KK to Taipei) ..... and alot Yellow lar .....

https://newsroom.airasia.com/news/airasia-adds-1-mil-promo-seats-due-to-increasing-demand

3 days ago

The_JQuestion

“For example, AirAsia is gearing up to unveil a special deal featuring fixed, pocket-friendly fares for flights operating at night. These particular flights, available a few times a day, are scheduled to be launched in March,” - Anthony loke
Airasia is malaysia's Rakyat airline... always choice. Do u know ? even gov officials use airasia in east malaysia due to them only operating those flights? no problem. :)) , get paid handsomely as well
https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2024/02/24/rm599-flights-to-borneo-for-3-days-before-hari-raya-says-loke/'
everything is cleared.... not much worry LAH ! rm 1 will be back , get ready to jump on board

3 days ago

ken2004

LOL, amazing I see why put so many effort here, anyway, maybe something new can be see, Q4 analysis instead of the same thing mention again and again.

3 days ago

The_JQuestion

4th cycle of rm1 coming.... rush like the golden dragon !! 🐲🐲🐲

2 days ago

Mabel

EatCoconutCanWin Buy. Singapore airlines record revenue.
21/02/2024 10:54 AM

Why settle for one when you have both?

Proud to the shareholders of Capital A...

Now Every Wang Can Fly...

Meow

2 days ago

Mabel

Excerpts from CGSCIMB report

Singapore Airlines (SGX: C6L)

Upgrade SIA from Reduce to Add on likely strong 2HFY24F results, and our final DPS expectation of 40 Scts, implying a final dividend yield of 6.2%.

Pax demand remains strong, cargo yields rose sharply in Oct-Dec 2023, jet fuel prices have dropped, and a key competitor is struggling with capacity.

We raise our TP to S$6.91 on higher core EPS estimates, based on a higher CY24F P/BV of 1.2x (+2 s.d. above mean), from 1.15x previously.

Re-rating catalysts from strong pax and cargo demand in 2HFY24F
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is releasing its 3QFY3/24F (Oct-Dec 2023) business update on 20 Feb 2024. We expect SIA to deliver 3QFY24F PATAMI of c.S$800m, followed by PATAMI of c.S$700m in 4QFY24F.

Consequently, we forecast 2HFY24F PATAMI of S$1.5bn, slightly better than 1HFY24F’s PATAMI of S$1.44bn and higher than 2HFY23’s S$1.2bn.

The strong 3QFY24F performance would likely be driven by the continuing strong passenger airline PLF of 87-88% in Oct-Nov 2023 and which we think will likely keep yields elevated in 3QFY24F.

What surprised us positively was SIA’s strong cargo performance in the closing months of 2023, with average monthly FTK in Oct-Nov 2023 higher by 6% against the monthly average in Jul-Sep 2023 and the Oct-Nov 2023 CLF also 3.4% pts higher vs. Jul-Sep 2023.

We expect CLF to rise to 59% in the Dec 2023 seasonal peak (+4.7% yoy), due to robust e-commerce trade between China and Europe/the US.

The Baltic Exchange Air Freight Index, representing cargo yields, rose an average of 30% in Oct-Dec 2023 (vs. Jul-Sep 2023) due to the higher demand, albeit still lower on a yoy basis.

Disruptions in container shipping on the Red Sea/Suez Canal routing since mid-Nov 2023 as a result of Houthi rebel attacks, and the resulting lengthening of shipping times between Asia and Europe, may also work to the benefit of air freight demand.

Lower jet fuel prices; competitors’ capacity struggles; bumper DPS
Lower jet fuel prices could also help SIA’s results, having declined from a recent peak of US$128/bbl in mid-Sep 23 to US$100/bbl currently. We estimate that SIA’s all-in jet fuel price for 3QFY24F may still increase to US$114/bbl (from 2QFY24’s US$98/bbl).

Meanwhile, competitor Cathay Pacific (293 HK, Not Rated) is said to be struggling to restore its capacities, with the Straits Times and Reuters reporting that Cathay continues to face pilot shortages, forcing it to cancel flights in Dec 2023 and for the Feb 2024 Lunar New Year.

We expect a bumper final DPS of 40 Scts in May 2024F, in addition to the 10 Scts interim DPS declared in Nov 2023, taking the FY24F dividend payout to 53% (similar to FY23’s 58%).

Our forecast of 40 Scts final DPS implies a 6.2% yield, which is very good for a six-month holding period, in our view. Downside risks include rising competition as other airlines restore their fleet, and an unexpected surge in jet fuel prices.

Valuation/Recommendation
We upgrade our recommendation on SIA from Reduce to Add. We have recognised the strong revenue dynamics of its passenger airline business over the six-month period from Oct 2023 to Mar 2024.

2 days ago

Mabel

Boeings woes from half way across the world will limit the fleet growth of Malaysian carriers, in our view.

Consequently, we believe it is unlikely that the Malaysian aviation industry will experience overcapacity this year.

This will help airlines maintain a floor on fares but preclude MAHBs Malaysia passenger traffic from recovering to pre-COVID levels. We like non-Boeing operators CAPITALA and AAX. Notwithstanding the above, we still like MAHB for its potentially positive new OA.

Source: Mabel's Tiger Bank

2 days ago

Mabel

Capital A (formerly AirAsia Group):

Capital A (previously known as AirAsia Group) has a history of revolutionizing the travel industry in Asia by making flying affordable for everyone.
While it has faced challenges, its transformation into a diversified group with ventures beyond airlines (such as food delivery and gateways) indicates adaptability and resilience.
However, it does not fit the typical Cigar Butt profile, as it is not a distressed company but rather a dynamic player in various sectors.

2 days ago

Mabel

Unlike Sapnrg, Capital A does not fit the traditional Cigar Butt profile due to its active diversification and ongoing ventures.

2 days ago

MrHuangBK

Hahhaha ConMabel posting gibberish theory again

U also said Serba Dinamik is your cigar butt… all it did was plug your hole 😂😂

Now don’t even dare to talk in serba

Mabel
Unlike Sapnrg, Capital A does not fit the traditional Cigar Butt profile due to its active diversification and ongoing ventures.
5 hours ago

2 days ago

InvestorKING

Mabel= Seng siaw wei

1 day ago

The_JQuestion

Mabel and i have the same thinking... we made money some place ,, cap A will be our next meeting... rm 1 ++ , huat CHAII ahhh

1 day ago

Mabel

#InvestorKING Mabel= Seng siaw wei
25/02/2024 6:47 PM

#The_JQuestion Mabel and i have the same thinking... we made money some place ,, cap A will be our next meeting... rm 1 ++ , huat CHAII ahhh
25/02/2024 7:36 PM

Indeed The_JQuestion, to our Success!

Likewise InvestorKING and Mabel made lots of money in Armada...

Haha unfortunately Mabel can't say the same thing with Auntie Huang..

Why would Mabel want to follow Auntie hibernating for 7 years when Mabel has so many life fulfilling counters in Bursa? So unproductive debating with selective memories Aunty..

Just face it...Auntie is already finished both in PM Corpes and Serba...hihihi..

There are currently 3 types of Investors in Serba:

1. Bonus Issues Investors
2. Pre July21 Suspension Investors
3. Post July21 Suspension Investors

The one that benefits the most is Category 1 who was awarded Bonus Issues, Dividends and took price action during Dec 2020 rally. 2nd is Category 3 who took massive price action during July 2021 rally, Nov and Dec 2022 Pull Back. The Biggest loser are in Category 2 who like Auntie Huang freeze like Old Monks when they are supposed to take massive Price Action when it matters...Fool Time Trader

Meow

Stock: [CAPITALA]: CAPITAL A BERHAD

Jan 23, 2024 11:52 AM | Report Abuse

#Mikecyc Haha why Auntie Huangg is a Kon , she invested only one PMCorp . 1st post on November 2013 , after December 2013 went hibernated more than 7 years .

>> Posted by messi > 2013-12-09 10:14 | Report Abuse

calvin cakap TP RM1.50...long term RM10.00

23/01/2024 11:35 AM

Haha thank you Sifu Mickey...

Now Mabel understand..

Haha today PMCorpes is trading at 20 sen..

No Wonder Auntie Huang went missing hibernating for 7 years..hihihi...

Meow

Stock: [SERBADK]: SERBA DINAMIK HOLDINGS BERHAD

Dec 29, 2022 10:51 AM | Report Abuse

whizzkid
Mabel is the best! I knew it..
15/07/2022 12:40 PM

Haha of course Mabel is the best..

Now you know why Blondi and Huang always loves to follow Mabel across i3 and walk 3 steps behind Mabel..

Keep pumping..

Meow Meow Meow

Stock: [SAPNRG]: SAPURA ENERGY BERHAD

Feb 22, 2024 10:31 AM | Report Abuse

#TalkNumberOne Mabel why siao lang sniffing you from behind all the time? Hahaha😂😂😂😂😂
22/02/2024 8:51 AM

Hahaha...what do you expect from an Auntie who has been hibernating for 7 years?

Sure finish one after wake up...hihihi...

1 day ago

Junx Leow

Air Asia is brand , whatever Tony decision will be best position to Capital A that everyone believe so.......Risk is risk, but still a manageable risk I think, when people though GenS will have better revenue for last QTR, but it is not, when everyone though Capital A still lossing money on last QTR likely.......

1 day ago

Sslee

AA is just another LCC like any LCC in many countries.
AA is at disadvantage due to 2 years of covid-19 that burn a big deep hole in its balance sheet with accumulated losses of RM(10,330,633,000)

1 day ago

Junx Leow

Consolidation take time, probably April or QTR can see big picture.

1 day ago

EngineeringProfit

Don't play play with Sslee. He holds more tickets here than anyone of us

1 day ago

metaverse

Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

Kenanga: Tough operating environment for AirAsia: jet fuel costs accounted for 40% of the total group cost...

https://themalaysianreserve.com/2019/09/25/kenanga-tough-operating-environment-for-airasia-over-medium-term/

note: this is old news but still relevant as AA's fuel costs are priced in USD and air tickets are priced in MYR. It is a simple math logic. Last time they collected RM3.8 to pay for USD1 fuel costs and now they have to collect RM4.8 to pay for USD1 of fuel costs. Our minister of economy has underestimated the devastating impact of weakening ringgit as our household debt has reached the alarming level.

1 day ago

metaverse

ERDOGAN’S ECONOMIC POLICIES
Turkey has been plagued by a currency crisis and skyrocketing inflation since 2021, which economists say are the result of Erdogan’s unorthodox belief that raising interest rates will increase inflation.

Simsek said Turkey had no other option but to return to “rational ground.” In a sign that Erdogan’s new administration might pursue more conventional economic policies, Simsek also said there were no “shortcuts or quick fixes” but vowed to oversee Turkey’s finances with “transparency, consistency, accountability and predictability.”

https://apnews.com/article/why-is-turkeys-currency-falling-erdogan-1faf7d58144fc84479c251c3fdeabe2a

United States elections, Tuesday, 5 November 2024

What Is the Presidential Election Cycle Theory? The theory suggests that markets perform best in the second half of a presidential term when the sitting president tries to boost the economy to get re-elected.

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/presidentialelectioncycle.asp

1 day ago

metaverse

Time Cycle Analysis: Capitala

Capital A, above 0.88 is bullish, below 0.88 is bearish. Key date to watch, total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024 will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/CAPITALA/ePs1hSm4-Time-Cycle-Analysis-CapitlaA/

1 day ago

Mabel

metaverse

What you share is interesting...

It is amazing to see TF is thinking outside the box to turn around Capital A.

As you said, "this is an old news that was published 5 years ago but still relevant as AA's fuel costs are priced in USD and air tickets are priced in MYR. It is a simple math logic. Last time they collected RM3.8 to pay for USD1 fuel costs and now they must collect RM4.8 to pay for USD1 of fuel costs. Our minister of economy has underestimated the devastating impact of weakening ringgit as our household debt has reached the alarming level"…

As far as Technical Cycle Analysis for trading, Capital A, above 0.88 is bullish, below 0.88 is bearish. Right now Mabel is waiting for the breakout signal. Can you enlighten is what you mean a key date to watch, total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024 will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

This is the 1st time Mabel see this kind of Technical Analysis..

19 hours ago

DickyMe

Already warned earlier!!!!

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Stock: [CAPITALA]: CAPITAL A BERHAD

1 month ago | Report Abuse

Seems like no end to wars!
Until May, world may face more turbulence.
Escalation to get red hot when the DRAGON enters.
Oil price may rise steeply.
Tony may shit bricks.

Stock: [CAPITALA]: CAPITAL A BERHAD

1 month ago | Report Abuse

Not expecting profitable QR since USD remains higher than Ringgit.
Oil too is exorbitant.
Let's wait for December 2024 QR result.

18 hours ago

Sslee

Is Stony trying to say a very very big cash call coming?

Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said AirAsia plans to raise as much as US$600 million (RM2.87 billion) in the coming months as he tries to pull off a merger between his two aviation businesses — long-haul carrier AirAsia X Bhd and short-haul airline AirAsia, which is currently a unit under Capital A Bhd.

Following the merger, which is expected to conclude mid-year, the new entity will look to raise up to US$400 million via selling equity, Fernandes said. Citigroup Inc and US advisory bank Evercore Inc have been appointed to lead the capital raising. A US$200 million revenue bond, securitised against revenue from new routes, is also expected to be finalised soon, he said.

8 hours ago

metaverse

13 Jul 2015: Industry sources who have seen the report say it makes some serious allegations about the company’s financial health.

https://theedgemalaysia.com/article/airasia-fends-short-selling

22 Dec 2023: Capital A triggered Practice Note 17 (PN17) criteria in July 2020 after external auditors EY issued an unqualified audit opinion with material uncertainty regarding on-going concern.

https://theedgemalaysia.com/node/695050

note: both are old news but still relevant for investors who think they see the light. With NTA minus 2 MYR it is quite difficult to do right issue as SC will not allow a company to do right issue below par value (or something like that) unless they do something like capital reduction. Airline is a complicated business as they have high fixed costs and huge exposure to international oil prices. The last day to submit the PN17 restructure plan is June 30, 2024 and according to chart analysis it has entered structural bear market unless ringgit fiasco will end soon but quite unlikely as the politicians who know nothing about Economics 101 failed to understand what is USD carry trade and our interest rate cycle is lagged behind the curve. If ringgit keep falling down, BNM will have no choice but to raise the interest rate and that also will kill those company flooded with heavy debt and also the private homeowners loaded with heavy property loans.

5 hours ago

Sslee

Know what the 40% associate company AA Philippines was bought over by CapitalA for undisclosed sum without immediate annoucement or shareholders approval.

Go and check 2022 annual report to see for yourself what is inside AA Philippines Balance Sheet.

5 hours ago

ykyew11

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2024-01-18/airasia-group-ceo-tony-fernandes-speaks-with-bloomberg-in-davos

I have been following closely Tony and AirAsia/Capital A Bhd on this and it is clearly not a rights issue for Capital A Bhd. Watch this clip at the 4 min mark, he said that he plans to raise $300m-$400m for the aviation group.

I could be wrong but I think they are planning to raise that money through an IPO for their aviation group in the US and raise $400m based on the interview at the 3min+ mark, I am guessing they are valuing the aviation group somewhere between USD$2b-USD$4b since most IPOs sell about 10%-20% of their shares. That's probably what they meant by "selling equity". If they want to do an ordinary rights issue, why would they engage with Evercore?

5 hours ago

Sslee

IPO for their aviation group in the US and raise $400m?
You think US market is a pasar malam, so easy for an IPO?

This is what Stony tell every Tom, Dick and Harry in Nov 2023:
Capital A plans to list its AirAsia brand royalty business and aircraft leasing unit in the US through Nasdaq-listed special purpose acquisition company Aetherium Acquisition Corp (GMFI). The group seeks an indicative valuation of US$1 billion (RM4.65 billion) for the listing exercise.

4 hours ago

metaverse

06 Oct 2020: Besides a steep haircut for creditors, the long-haul low-cost carrier also proposed a capital reduction of 90% of its issued share capital in order to offset its accumulated losses. This means a reduction of RM1.38 billion from its share capital.

https://theedgemalaysia.com/article/airasia-x-creditors-take-steep-haircut-debt-restructuring-scheme

note: this is old news but still relevant to those investors who see light as the debt restructuring scheme should be similar in nature but Capitala will involve some kind of reserve takeover by US entity so the question is after all this haircut and that haircut and eventually how much hairs will remain for existing investors is an unsolved mystery.

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/CAPITALA/ePs1hSm4-Time-Cycle-Analysis-CapitlaA/

4 hours ago

The_JQuestion

sslee , stop cry about debt... now cry about merger... without a doubt, the merger is going on , without a doubt PN 17 is going to be settled... sslee , no Idea how to do it. just act like he know everything ,, hahah senang cari MAKAN
he said QR red , but QR green . he said pn 17 , soon no more. YEs, sslee pls say more negative . it will become positive :))
cheers , rm 1++ is coming

3 hours ago

The_JQuestion

When all things fail , he will accuse people of lying.
Sslee
directly saying Stony told the accountants to commit accounting fraud. You better keep your opinion to yourself and not to say it in open forum.
Sslee
Most likely CapitalA will be similar to Thai AA loss quarter due to huge realise and unrealise foreign exchange losses.
i3lurker
1 CapA cost RM0.55 get 1.2 shares of AAX

post dividend ... 5 Billion shares of AAX will be dumped into open market.
AAX will likely drop to below RM0.80 each as "many" already said but you all laughed at them.

3 hours ago

Sslee

If I am not mistaken, I said Stony directly told Bursa SC to allow him to move the goal post so that AAX and capA can be uplift from PN17.

2 hours ago

Sslee

So who should you believe: Executive chairman of Thai AA and Thai AAX or Stony?

However, the executive chairman of Thai AirAsia and Thai AirAsia X told The Nation newspaper late last week that those two entities may continue to operate under their present ownership structure until as far out as 2027.

"The merger of two airlines in Thailand may have to wait two to three years until Thai AirAsia X leaves the business rehabilitation plan, which should happen around late 2025,” Tassapon Bijleveld said. Thai AirAsia entered into bankruptcy protection in May 2022, at the time saying doing so would allow it to manage better debts incurred earlier in the pandemic.

AAX already owns 49% of Thai AirAsia X, with the remainder in the hands of Thai investors. However, the buyout would see AAAGL's 43% stake in Thai AirAsia go to AAX. External Thai-based investors also hold a 38% stake on Thai AirAsia, while the airline's board and management, including Bijleveld, hold the remaining 19%.

2 hours ago

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