CAPITAL A BERHAD

KLSE (MYR): CAPITALA (5099)

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Last Price

0.565

Today's Change

-0.025 (4.24%)

Day's Change

0.56 - 0.58

Trading Volume

6,939,900

Financial
Market Cap

Market Cap

2,284 Million

NOSH

4,042 Million

Latest Quarter

Latest Quarter

30-Sep-2022 [#3]

Announcement Date

30-Nov-2022

Next Quarter

31-Dec-2022

Est. Ann. Date

28-Feb-2023

Est. Ann. Due Date

01-Mar-2023

QoQ | YoY

3.21% | -1.61%

T4Q Result

Revenue | NP to SH

4,955,193.000 | -3,620,417.000

RPS | P/RPS

122.60 Cent | 0.46

EPS | P/E | EY

-89.58 Cent | -0.63 | -158.54%

DPS | DY | Payout %

0.00 Cent | 0.00% | 0.00%

NAPS | P/NAPS

-1.70 | 0.00

QoQ | YoY

-0.4% | 22.63%

NP Margin | ROE

-87.78% | 0.00%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

30-Sep-2022 | 30-Nov-2022

Latest Audited Result

Latest Audited Result

31-Dec-2021

Announcement Date

29-Apr-2022

Next Audited Result

31-Dec-2022

Est. Ann. Date

29-Apr-2023

Est. Ann. Due Date

29-Jun-2023

Annual (Unaudited)

Revenue | NP to SH

1,732,271.000 | -3,118,573.000

RPS | P/RPS

42.86 Cent | 1.32

EPS | P/E | EY

-77.16 Cent | -0.73 | -136.56%

DPS | DY | Payout %

0.00 Cent | 0.00% | 0.00%

NAPS | P/NAPS

-0.77 | 0.00

YoY

38.81%

NP Margin | ROE

-220.19% | 0.00%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

31-Dec-2021 | 28-Feb-2022

Annualized Result

Revenue | NP to SH

5,650,760.000 | -3,648,438.666

RPS | P/RPS

139.81 Cent | 0.40

EPS | P/E | EY

-90.27 Cent | -0.63 | -159.77%

DPS | DY | Payout %

-

NAPS | P/NAPS

-

QoQ | YoY

0.59% | -22.46%

NP Margin | ROE

-78.84% | 0.00%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

30-Sep-2022 | 30-Nov-2022

Business Process

Trailing 4 Quarters Trailing 8 Quarters
Available Quarters 4 Quarters 8 Quarters
Continuous Quarters Of Revenue Growth 4 / 4 100.00% 4 / 8 50.00%
Total Positive Profit Years 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Positive Profit 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Profit Growth 1 / 4 25.00% 1 / 8 12.50%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted EPS Growth 1 / 4 25.00% 1 / 8 12.50%
Total Dividend Years 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend Growth 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted Dps Growth 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Average ROE 0.00% 0.00%
Average Net Profit Margin -102.02% -287.77%

Last 5 Financial Years Last 10 Financial Years
Available Years 5 Years 10 Years
Continuous Quarters Of Revenue Growth 0 / 5 0.00% 0 / 10 0.00%
Total Positive Profit Years 2 / 5 40.00% 7 / 10 70.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Positive Profit 0 / 5 0.00% 0 / 10 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Profit Growth 1 / 5 20.00% 1 / 10 10.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted EPS Growth 1 / 5 20.00% 1 / 10 10.00%
Total Dividend Years 1 / 5 20.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend 0 / 5 0.00% 0 / 10 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend Growth 0 / 5 0.00% 0 / 10 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted Dps Growth 0 / 5 0.00% 0 / 10 0.00%
Average ROE 10.14% 11.26%
Average Net Profit Margin -75.40% -32.02%
Key Result

T4Q Annualized Annual (Unaudited) Last 10 FY Average Last 5 FY Average
Revenue 4,955,193 5,650,760 1,732,271 6,624,504 7,525,529
NP to SH -3,620,417 -3,648,438 -3,118,573 -150,190 -979,864
Dividend 0 0 0 90,123 80,207
Adjusted EPS -89.58 -90.27 -77.16 -3.72 -24.24
Adjusted DPS 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.23 1.98

NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share

All figures in '000 unless specified.

EPS & DPS's figures in Cent.

Growth

LQ QoQ LQ YoY CQ YoY LQ vs Average of T4Q LQ vs Average of T8Q
Revenue 33.81% 562.69% 317.48% 58.29% 153.53%
NP to Owner 3.21% -1.61% -22.46% 0.42% 13.12%
Dividend 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Adjusted EPS 3.21% -1.61% -22.46% 0.42% 13.12%
Adjusted DPS 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

LQ = Latest Quarter, CQ = Cumulative Quarter, T4Q = Trailing 4 Quarters, T8Q = Trailing 8 Quarters, QoQ = Quarter on Quarter, YoY = Year on Year

T4Q vs LFY T4Q vs AL5FY T4Q vs AL10FY AQR vs LFY AQR vs AL5FY AQR vs AL10FY LFY YoY LFY vs AL5FY LFY vs AL10FY
Revenue 186.05% -34.15% -25.20% 226.21% -24.91% -14.70% -44.77% -76.98% -73.85%
NP to Owner -16.09% -269.48% -2,310.55% -16.99% -272.34% -2,329.21% 38.81% -218.27% -1,976.41%
Dividend 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Adjusted EPS -16.10% -269.50% -2,310.68% -16.99% -272.34% -2,329.21% 38.81% -218.27% -1,976.41%
Adjusted DPS 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

T4Q = Trailing 4 Quarters, T8Q = Trailing 8 Quarters, AL5FY = Average of Last 5 Financial Years, AL10FY = Average of Last 10 Financial Years, LFY = Latest Financial Year AQR = Annualized Quarter Result, YoY = Year on Year

Discussions
118 people like this. Showing 50 of 158,336 comments

imvu

bila boleh kutip kutip ?
0.605 / -wa 0.165

1 month ago

Ultimatekkg

Hahhahahhahhahahhahahh best joke in the history of jokes

1 month ago

nasgee

colect 053..laa vrommm Tony flyyy bye2..

1 month ago

kevcha66

AirAsia's parent Capital A Bhd has engaged RHB Investment Bank Bhd, BDO Consulting Sdn Bhd, Deloitte Corporate Advisory Services Sdn Bhd and Ernst & Young PLT, besides law firm Adnan Sundra & Low, to help Capital A regularise its financial condition under Bursa Malaysia's Practice Note 17 (PN17) scheme. Capital A, previously known as AirAsia Group Bhd, was classified as a PN17 company on Jan 13 after Bursa Malaysia dismissed its appeal for an extension of the PN17 relief period beyond Jan 7.

4 weeks ago

Alan

Very interesting company. And TF is full of surprises. He will do everything to keep the company going

4 weeks ago

SinGor

Last Hope looks like 1000km away, CIMB without Nazir Razak will Not extend any Help. Delisting?????
AAX is Gone, delisting is almost confirmed. Fat Lips resigned as CEO speak very Loud

4 weeks ago

Sarcasm777

Really? Don’t end up eating your own words one year from now. It’s not over until it’s over. Don’t forget foreign bank is an option if local bank walks away.

3 weeks ago

Nhamir

selling all share from air asia india, is it for to additional fund money right?
even during pn17 parent air asia and due short of fund, one of way to uplift pn17 from bursa malaysia to sell all air asia thai, indonesia, philipine... but the case air asia india was not have any profit due stronger from flight singapora (Vistara)...so cannot go to rise profit... that one of powerfull for singapura for you.
in case air asia, if other plan from indonesia, thai and filipina make the profit, it should air asia to be zone safe... even malaysia airline was no hub in other country compare air asia..

3 weeks ago

Nepo

Omg rumours Airasia merges With aax

3 weeks ago

Nhamir

@Nepo
i dont think air asia will do anything with merges. caused income still lesses

3 weeks ago

Sarcasm777

I don’t understand the logic that less income won’t make the merger happen. Merger doesn’t cost one single penny. But the benefit is huge. Think about the synergy, cost cutting and sharing, streamlining and so on.

3 weeks ago

Ultimatekkg

Once MyAirline kick start, can say so long and goodnight, so long and goodbye

3 weeks ago

valueinvestor1

Sarcasm777, do you mind explain further how merging of companies do not cost money?

3 weeks ago

Sarcasm777

Because AAX is now a clean company after the restructuring that saw 99% of its debts cancelled.

2 weeks ago

Sarcasm777

Ultimatekkg, easier said than done for myairline to kill AA overnight. Not even Malindo was able to in 2015. Eventually, they bungkus after covid and became Batik Air, sharing the parent’s name from Indonesia. There’s a report from Maybank regarding Capital A and Myairline, also available on The Edge page. Go read and understand. At least their views are more reliable and professional.

2 weeks ago

Ultimatekkg

@sarcasm777 earlier everyone barking that MyAirlines was and scam and the cheapest ticket airlines will win? So are we just going to ignore that? I will agree with you, that it will take time. But eventually it will happen.

2 weeks ago

Alan

Let's get more advise from Ultimatekkg. I didn't know he is a fortune teller

2 weeks ago

ZorosInvestFund

few questions on MyAirlines, how many flight do they have as compared to AirAsia? and, how can MyAirlines achieve economies of scale with such amount of flights? for second answer, I understood that MyAirlines have signed a long term agreement with super low cost during pandemic period, for only few flights. Hence, if it wishes to compete the cost structure with AirAsia in the long term, unlikely to replicate the strategy of obtaining super low lease rate already. Again, how are they able to surpass AirAsia?

2 weeks ago

ZorosInvestFund

"At this point in time, one of the biggest advantages because of Covid-19 is that a lot of planes are sitting on the ground as they have no opportunity to get in the air," he said.
"So we were able to get planes on lease at a very good price."

https://www.malaysianow.com/news/2022/09/28/malaysias-newest-budget-airline-ready-to-take-off

how about the additional plane during post-covid period?

2 weeks ago

Sarcasm777

Many additional planes were returned due to lease contract expiry and then renegotiated to take advantage of new lower lease rate. It’s fairly normal. This way, they save cost and has the flexibility of adding or reducing more planes if necessary depending on market condition.

2 weeks ago

valueinvestor1

5 million passenger and employee data compromised. this is not good.

1 week ago

DickyMe

Inside job

1 week ago

Sslee

What’s worse?

Being hit by ransomware attack that sees criminals steal information about your staff and passengers…

or…

Being hit by ransomware attack that sees criminals steal information about your staff and passengers, AND then have the gang tell the world that your firm’s IT infrastructure is so chaotic, poorly-secured, and downright irritating that it refuses to repeat the attack.


That’s the humiliating slap in the face given by the Daixin Team ransomware gang to Air Asia which lost the personal data of five million passengers and all employees earlier this month.

Passenger data
As DataBreaches.net reports, the incompetence of AirAsia may actually have spared the airline from further attacks:

“The chaotic organization of the network, the absence of any standards, caused the irritation of the group and a complete unwillingness to repeat the attack,” the spokesperson for Daixin Team said. “The group refused to pick through the garbage for a long time. As our pentester said, ‘Let the newcomers sort this trash, they have a lot of time.’”

“The internal network was configured without any rules and as a result worked very poorly. It seemed that every new system administrator ‘built his shed next to the old building.’ At the same time, the network protection was very, very weak.”

Ouch.

AirAsia declined to comment on the DataBreaches.net report. Frankly you can’t blame them for ducking that one.

1 week ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Just buy 0.57. TP 1.00. QR positive

6 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Tony n Anwar is good friends. All in before shot up

6 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Gg

6 days ago

Nhamir

meh..
even sapura come to light
i think the ceo was not really care about company share first.
air asia will come to light if uplift for PN17.

6 days ago

tonygofly

Tony say now everyone can fly, but share price is not flying

5 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Trapped

5 days ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Ini kali lah. Kita boleh

2 days ago

greencode

the flight sale just started for 1y period . money is pouring to AA noww

1 day ago

ikanbiliskering

what news to let AA fly today?

1 day ago

The_JQuestion

I feel like it will report a back to black this Q.... that time it will limit up :))) depends on u dont miss the bus !

1 day ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Give Tony one more chance to proof it. Kita boleh!

1 day ago

Nhamir

AirAsia Set To Be Merged With AirAsia X By Parent Company Capital A?
on the news now...is it can profitable?

1 day ago

stockraider

Do not be silly loh....!!

Capital A... cannot be save without a big hair cut mah!

It has a negative shareholders fund of Rm 5 billion loh!

U need alot of injection of fund for capital A to survive loh!

1 day ago

Nhamir

@stockraider, better invest to Singapore airline.
never lost profit with strong country
if you go temasek, everithing will be alright.
for air asia was not have any back-up now

1 day ago

Sarcasm777

Sure you can invest in SQ. Provided you have lotsa capital and money. You can even invest in American Airlines. Or Tesla.

22 hours ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Luckily sell @59

19 hours ago

newbie8080

In my opinion, it seems Capital A is seeking extension as it does not have a proper plan in place to address the PN17 regularisation.
It uses the excuse of merger with AAX as a way out and justifying that a merger will need close to 12months to execute.
In the first place, AAX was carved out from Capital A(previously known as Airasia) to garner better valuation for it's long haul business.

18 hours ago

Jeffreyteck

It should be delisted immediately / long ago for investor protection.

17 hours ago

Permutation

Icapital recommended CapitalA as a value investing counter ? Really? Perhaps on its digitalisation front.

16 hours ago

nicholas99

revenue increase but losses stay roughly the same. ridiculous accounting loophole. i guess its the losses from last time.. :)

4 hours ago

Noni

Owners rich, investors poor

4 hours ago

Alan

Haha.. EatCoconutCanWin is a pretty emotional person. Cool down.

4 hours ago

ariffiin

Capital A Bhd, formerly AirAsia Group Bhd, posted a wider net loss of RM901.31 million for its third quarter ended Sept 30, 2022, compared with RM887 million a year earlier, as the group was impacted by a share of loss from associates and foreign exchange losses. This was despite revenue rising by over six folds to RM1.96 billion from RM295.89 million, following the relaxation of travel restrictions, including testing, quarantine and entry requirements. Besides recording a loss of RM226.8 million from associates, Capital A was also severely affected by forex losses to the tune of RM531.2 million — including 2.89 billion baht (RM360 million) recorded by its associated company Asia Aviation Public Company Ltd — due to the depreciation of local currencies against the US dollar.

2 hours ago

yong1985cm

revenue increase so much still loss 1bil.. really bravo.. fuel cost still at USD150/barrel that suprise me bcz all of us know that the oil price has peak and decreasing. any idea why AA fuel cost is so high? Q3 same as Q2 .

1 hour ago

RedzDragon

I don't really get the idea of divesting aviation business to AAX. Is Tony trying to give up on Capital A? I don't think digital business can sustain Capital A as it contributes only 5% of its current revenue. Does any expert here mind explaining the rationale behind this action please?

32 minutes ago

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