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Stocks to watch: AMMB, Mudajaya, Widetech, Transocean
Written by Joseph Chin
Saturday, 07 November 2009 23:10


KUALA LUMPUR: Investors may adopt a cautious stance in the week ahead after unemployment in the US rose above 10% and this will also raise concerns about weakening US consumer spending.

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average gained 0.17% to end at 10,023.42 last Friday. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index rose just 0.25% to 1,069.30 while the Nasdaq Composite Index added 0.34% to close at 2,112.44. For the week, both the Dow and the S&P 500 rose 3.2%, while the Nasdaq climbed 3.3%.

At Bursa Malaysia, stocks to watch include AMMB Holding, Mudajaya Group, Widetech, Transocean, auto stocks and IJM.

AMMBhas raised its expectations of delivering its profit for FY ending March 31, 2010, after posting net profit of RM240.16 million in 2Q ended Sept 30, 2009, up 4.4% from RM230.13 million a year ago.

For FY2010, AMMB expects to deliver profits in excess of the top end of its market guidance "provided earlier (RM800 million to RM900 million), barring any major reversals on economic turnaround".

In Mudajaya Group, Lembaga Tabung Haji disposed of 10.55 million shares from Oct 23 to Nov 4, reducing it shareholding to 26.58 million shares or 7.14%.

Meanwhile, businessman Brahmal Vasudevan has emerged as substantial shareholder with 26.4 million shares or 6.28%. He is deemed interest due to his interests in Straits Global Ltd and Celadon Green Ltd which acquired 23.4 million shares. His direct stake is three million shares or 0.81%.

Brahmal, who is involved in a private equity fund, is also a substantial shareholder in Glomac with 16.5 million shares as of June this year.

Widetech's indirect 75% owned Asia Pacific Winning Ltd has entered into a gaming club management and revenue sharing agreement with Savan Vegas Hotel and Casino Co Ltd to jointly operate a gaming club in Savannakhet, Laos.

Widetech said the agreement would enable Widetech to operate the gaming room in their hotel on a revenue sharing with SV. The commencement of the club is in lne with Widetech’s plan to expand their gaming operations overseas.

In Transocean, its chairman and managing director Datuk Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh has launched a takeover of the loss-making logistics company by offering RM1 per share.

Nadzmi's takeover will be via Kumpulan Kenderaan Malaysia Bhd (KKMB). Transocean share price surged 21 sen to 86.5 sen on Friday, Nov 6 before it was suspended at 3.41pm. Trading in Transocean will resume on Monday, Nov 9 at 9am.

In IJM Corp, Kumpulan Wang Persaraan has ceased to be a substantial shareholder after it disposed of 2.77 million shares recently.

Auto stocks may decline after the government has agreed to withdraw the introduction of an end-of-life policy for vehicles following many complaints from the people unhappy the annual comprehensive-inspection requirement for road tax renewal for vehicles aged 15 years or older.
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KLSE Construction Stocks in play throughout 2010?

Construction Sector's stocks will stay in play throughout whole 2010? Yes, very strong likely. With multi billion infrastructure projects, we will see more of them. As the MP10 (2010-2015) government's spending would be within RM230 billion, construction stocks will stay be our focus throughout 2010. (the government expects more of private sector's role which is we need to wait and see after Northern Corridor and Eastern Corridor?)

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is some major infrastructure projects:

9MP projects flowing into 10MP:


Double tracking rail – Northern (Ipoh-Padang Besar) RM12,485 mil
Construction in progress (estd. 30% completed).
Main contractor is MMC-Gamuda JV.



Double tracking rail – Southern (Seremban-Gemas) RM3,400 mil
Construction in progress (estd. 10% completed).
Main contractor is IRCON, while sub-contractors are IJM Corp, Loh & Loh, and Fajar Baru.

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (45km tunnel) RM1,300 m
Land clearing started.
Main contractor is Shimizu-NishimatsuUEM Builders-IJM Corp consortium.

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (upstream: Kelau Dam,pumping station,pipes) RM1,200 mil
Pre-qualification for some packages have started. We expect first award from end-2009.
Potential beneficiary is Loh & Loh.


Sepang low cost carrier terminal (LCCT) RM2,000 mil
Bidding for the main work packages is ongoing.
The project is scheduled for completion by 3Q2011. First award expected this week.



Klang Valley LRT extension (Kelana Jaya-Putra Heights-Sri Petaling, 17km x 2) RM7,000 mil
Proposed line alignment is opened for public comments until 15 Dec 09. We expect the first award in 1Q2010. IJM Corp, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Loh & Loh, UEM Builders, Mudajaya, MRCB and Scomi are the potential beneficiaries.

Penang Second Bridge RM`4,300 mil
Main cont

ractors are CHEC (sub-structure), and UEM Builders (upper structure)

East Coast Expressway, Phase 2 RM 3,000 mil
Package 10 under MTD Cap is >6)% completed, while construction progress on the other packages are believed to be slow (<30% completed).





Projects likely to start during 10MP :

Double tracking rail – Southern (Gemas-Johor Baru) RM 8,000
Chinese contractors have been offered a role in project construction during PM Najib’s diplomatic visit to China on 2-5 Jun, 2009.

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (downstream: Langat 2 treatment plant) RM 5,000
Kumpulan Darul Ehsan has been awarded the contract in Feb ’08 by the federal government. Main contractor is likely to be Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor, being a 60%-subsidiary, while Gamuda and Loh & Loh may benefit from sub-contracting works.

New Klang Valley LRT line (Kota Damansara-Cheras) (40km) RM 9,000 mil
All major contractors, i.e. IJM Corp, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Mudajaya, UEM Builders, MRCB and Scomi could be eyeing for a piece of the works.

Bakun Undersea Cable RM 9,000 mil
Project owner is Sarawak Hidro, a unit of the MoF. Earlier, it was expected that MRCB could be appointed the contractor.

Papar-Penampang (Sabah) dam and water treatment plant RM 2,800 mi
Approved by the Sabah state government in Apr 09, the project is believed to be a private finance initiative (PFI) project. Likely beneficiary is WCT.

Total RM 68,485 mil (RM 68.48 billion)
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FBM KLCI may hit 1,400: JPMorgan
Published: 2009/11/06


Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index may rise to 1,400 by the end of next year as economic growth accelerates, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co, which said it was “positive” on the nation’s equities.

Malaysia’s economy may expand a faster-than-estimated 5 percent, while the implementation of large infrastructure projects and reform policies may exceed investors’ “low expectations,” JPMorgan analyst Chris Oh said in a report dated yesterday. He added that a strengthening currency and the positive outlook for global emerging-market shares may also provide a boost to the nation’s stocks.

JPMorgan’s “conservative” forecast represents a gain of 12 percent in the benchmark index from yesterday’s close. The KLCI added as much as 0.7 per cent today, taking its gains this year to 43 per cent. That’s lagged behind a 65 per cent rally in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index.

Malaysian stocks have “underperformed in the 2009 recovery,” Oh said. “The consensus underweight in Malaysia combined with low expectations on policy implementation generates upside risk.”
JPMorgan’s forecast for Malaysia’s gross domestic product is faster than the government’s estimate of growth of between 2 per cent and 3 per cent in 2010. The government has said the us$195 billion economy may shrink 3 per cent this year.

Malaysia has unveiled RM67 billion of stimulus initiatives under two packages in the past year. Major construction projects expected by the government to boost growth next year include a light rail network in and around the capital Kuala Lumpur and a new low-cost carrier terminal at the country’s main airport.

The ringgit may also strengthen to 3.3 against the dollar by 2010, according to the JPMorgan report. It traded at 3.4125 against the US currency today.

Public Bank Bhd, the third-largest Malaysian lender, and AMMB Holdings Bhd are among the brokerage’s top picks. Oh said he also favors Tenaga Nasional Bhd, Sime Darby Bhd, Genting Bhd and IJM Corp. - Bloomberg
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FBM KLCI futures bullish, likely to test 1,280 level
Published: 2009/11/09

THE FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index futures November contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives closed higher at 1,265.50 with open interests of 15,821 contracts last week.

The weakness in the market last week presented an opportunity for bargain hunters to return to the market, supported by the growing presence of strong buying interest and an equally defensive momentum as the futures contract failed to break below its previous high of 1,232. The magnitude of the selling force was small as the bulls took the November contract to a high of 1,268.

Traders were generally reluctant to turn short at current levels for fear of having to short cover their positions should the equity market run up. This is the primary reason for the spot contract's failure to trade below the 1,230 support line.

The tall white daily candlestick pattern on last Wednesday broke the bearish mould, reflecting the aggressiveness of the buying activities in the market as traders continued to back up the truck and load up on the futures contract. It can be deduced that whenever the price retreats to a decent support level, buyers will soon emerge to lead the market higher by the end of the day.
Technically, the Relative Strength Index has now moved to neutral territory as sideways trading consolidation continues. The strong momentum will likely continue to lift the market momentum closer to the 1,280 resistance which will augur well for those holding structural positions. In this regard, should the November contract move lower, it will entice longer-term traders to increase their positions.

Giving the absence of a strong bearish presence we are not likely to see the futures trending above 1,230. Any weak technical corrections will present opportunities for entry.

Tactically, the strong level of commitment signals that the time is right for the futures to record new highs. The weekly technical indicators signal this too as they are moving to higher territory. On this note, the November contract is likely to challenge its pivotal resistance line at 1,280 this week.

Technical reports

The Moving Average Convergence Divergence ( indicator remains negative with the faster below the signal line. Both lines remain at the positive region.

The daily Relative Strength Index closed at the neutral .

The daily Commodity Channel Index finished at the overbought.

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8 local SMEs in Forbes `Best Under A Billion' list

EIGHT Malaysian companies are among the 200 small and medium-sized (SME) companies in the Asia Pacific that got into Forbes Asia's fifth annual "Best Under A Billion" list for 2009.
The companies are Coastal Contracts Bhd (marine transportation), Efficient E-Solutions Bhd (information technology outsourcing), ETI Tech (batteries), Hai-O Enterprise Bhd (cosmetics), Kumpulan Fima Bhd (food processing), NTPM (paper products), Success Transformer (electrical manufacturing) and YNH Property Bhd (palm oil).
According to Forbes Asia, the winners were culled from over 25,000 publicly listed companies with under US$1 billion (RM3.49 billion)in sales.
Four Malaysian companies - Coastal Contracts, Kumpulan Fima, NTPM and YNH Property - each recorded US$101 million (RM352.49 million) in sales.
Of the others, Hai-O Enterprise registered US$122 million (RM425.78million) in sales, Success Transformer US$53 million (RM184.97 million), ETI Tech US$24 million (83.76 million), and Efficient E-Solutions US$17million (RM59.33 million).
Forbes Asia said a third of last year's companies returned to this year's list, with all having either increased sales and profits over the past 12 months or were forecast to do so in the coming quarters.
It said that 78 companies from Hong Kong and China, or nearly 40 per cent, dominated the list, followed by Japan with 24 companies, South Korea (23), India (20) and Australia (18).
Apparel, media, technology and healthcare companies led the way on the list, it added.
Commenting on the list for the September 21 issue of Forbes Asia, writer Jack Gage said there were many survival stories in these 200 top companies whose lessons other entrepreneurs could learn from.
Gage said unprecedented dislocations in the global economy disrupted supply chains over the past 12 months, froze lines of credit, depleted consumer coffers and sent business spending into hibernation.
"The 64 companies returning from last year are a testament to fearless management and 136 new entrants have seized opportunities arising from the economic uncertainty," he said.
The 200 winning companies will be honoured at the Forbes Asia's "BestUnder A Billion" award ceremony in Singapore on November 11. - Bernama
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K-Star Sports promises 10%-20% dividend payout

Written by Loong Tse Min
Monday, 09 November 2009 10:37

KUALA LUMPUR: China’s sports shoemaker K-Star Sports Ltd, which is en route to a listing on Bursa Malaysia’s Main Market, promises a 10%-20% dividend payout.

The company is registered in Singapore but has its manufacturing operations in China’s Fujian province through its wholly owned Fujian Jinjiang Dixing Shoes Plastics Co Ltd.

K-Star Sports makes shoes for its own “Dixing” and “K-Star” brands besides being an original equipment manufacturer and original design manufacturer for international brands such as Umbro, Diadora, Kappa, and Le Coq Sportif, among others.

According to the shoemaker’s prospectus on the Securities Commission’s website last week, it intends to recommend and distribute dividends of 10%-20% of its net profit to shareholders from the financial year ending Dec 31, 2010. Dividends are to be paid in ringgit.

However, the company said dividend payments may vary depending on its financial performance and cash flow, and may even be waived if payment of dividends would adversely affect the company’s cash flow and operations.

K-Star Sports is making a public issue of 15.3 million new ordinary shares with 3.4 million available to the Malaysian public and 11.9 million shares for private placement. The offer price is 50 sen per share but the listing date has yet to be fixed. After the IPO, controlling shareholder K-Star International will retain a 58.4% stake.

The company has 1,065 employees and four production lines producing a total of four million pairs of shoes a year. Apart from China, K-Star Sports also distributes its products to Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Finland and Hungary.

According to the draft prospectus, K-Star Sports proposed to utilise RM2.09 million of the listing proceeds over 18 months to expand production capacity. Another RM1.16 million would be spent over 12 months for expansion of sales and market network, RM697,000 for branding and advertising, RM1.05 million to enhance product design and development capabilities and RM1.26 million for general working capital. The remaining RM1.39 million would cover listing expenses.

On future plans, K-Star Sports intended to expand its market presence and distribution in China, increasing retail points to 700, including 100 specialty stores by end-2009 from 681 at present. It also intends to boost sales in Russia, Belarus and other East European countries.

The company said its production facilities will be boosted by two additional production lines to come onstream by 2011 that will raise production capacity to six million pairs per annum, from four million pairs currently.

It will move into the sports apparel segment in the second half of 2010. Initially, production will be outsourced to contract manufacturers with in-house production to be set up at a later stage.

The draft prospectus said K-Star Sports planned to go into shoe sole production to reduce dependence on suppliers and boost production efficiency.


This article appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, November 9, 2009.
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09 November, 2009 19:05 PM

BURSA MALAYSIA: Harga Saham Ditutup Tinggi, Dirangsang Oleh Keuntungan Saham Perladangan



KUALA LUMPUR, 9 Nov (Bernama) -- Harga-harga saham di Bursa Malaysia ditutup kukuh Isnin dengan keuntungan menggalakkan saham-saham berkaitan perladangan, didahului oleh IOI Corporation dan Sime Darby menolak naik indeks petunjuk pasaran ke kawasan positif, kata para peniaga.

Jangkaan berhubung pendapatan korporat yang lebih positif dan pengukuhan Wall Street Jumaat lepas turut membantu merangsangkan sentimen pasaran, kata mereka.

Indeks Komposit FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur (FBM KLCI) naik 6.99 mata atau 0.6 peratus untuk ditutup pada 1,267.75 selepas diniagakan pada paras rendah seharian 1,259.23. Ia dibuka 1.38 mata lebih tinggi pada 1,262.14 pagi.

Seorang peniaga berkata pasaran tempatan masih lagi berdaya tahan memandangkan masih terdapat mudah tunai yang banyak di dalam sistem.

Dalam pada itu, Presiden China Hu Jin-tao yang bakal mengadakan lawatan juga merancakkan lagi jangkaan terdapatnya lebih banyak kerjasama dua hala antara kedua-dua negara yang sekali gus boleh membantu pasaran mengekalkan ketenangannya dalam tempoh terdekat.

Pada penutup, Indeks FBM Emas menokok 49.48 mata kepada 8,472.31, FBM Top 100 mengukuh 48.16 mata kepada 8,258.27 dan FBM 70 melonjak 57.98 mata kepada 8,148.26.

Indeks FBM ACE bagaimanapun, susut 6.29 mata kepada 4,681.36.

Indeks Kewangan menokok 15.51 mata kepada 10,791.80, Indeks Perusahaan mengukuh 9.88 mata kepada 2,709.75 dan Indeks Perladangan naik 139.51 mata kepada 6,198.42.

Saham-saham untung mengatasi saham rugi dengan 403 berbalas 292 sementara 229 kaunter tidak berubah dan 347 tidak diniagakan.

Jumlah dagangan keseluruhan lebih rendah pada 1.100 bilion saham bernilai RM1.179 bilion berbanding penutup Jumaat lepas 1.428 bilion saham bernilai RM1.513 bilion.

Jumlah dagangan di Pasaran utama merosot kepada 938.908 juta saham bernilai RM1.138 bilion daripada 1.090 bilion saham bernilai RM1.402 bilion Jumaat lepas.

Jumlah dagangan di Pasaran ACE lebih rendah kepada 113.044 juta saham bernilai RM23.758 juta daripada 301.984 juta saham bernilai RM96.961 juta sebelumnya.

Jumlah dagangan waran susut kepada 16.180 juta saham bernilai RM3.419 juta daripada 19.829 juta saham bernilai RM4.074 juta Jumaat lepas.

Mendahului saham aktif, Talam dan Multi Sports Holdings menambah 1.5 sen setiap satu kepada 12.5 sen dan 69 sen sementara Inch Kenneth mengukuh 12 sen kepada 49.5 sen, SAGG Consolidated kekal pada 21 sen dan Naim Indah meningkat satu sen kepada tujuh sen.

Mudajaya mendahului saham untung yang lain, naik 26 sen kepada RM3.75, sementara mendahului saham yang rugi, Panamy yang merosot 36 sen kepada RM12.20.

Di kalangan saham berwajaran tinggi, IOI Corporation menambah 24 sen kepada RM5.57, Axiata Group lebih tinggi lima sen kepada RM3.12 dan Hong Leong Bank mengukuh 14 sen kepada RM8.24.

Sime Darby naik 10 sen kepada RM9.14 di celah-celah uar-uar kerajaan Malaysia sedang menyediakan "sesuatu yang istimewa" untuk lawatan Presiden China Hu Jintao ke Malaysia minggu ini, termasuk niaga janji untuk menjual 10 peratus kepentingan dalam syarikat.

Menteri Perusahaan Perladangan dan Komoditi, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok bagaimanapun berkata yang beliau tidak mengetahui mengenai perkara itu tetapi menambah yang mana-mana pihak yang berminat boleh membeli saham Sime Darby di pasaran terbuka.

Produk pengguna menguasai 68.264 juta saham yang diniagakan di pasaran Utama, produk perindustrian 161.580 juta, pembinaan 44.641 juta, urus niaga dan perkhidmatan 312.156 juta, teknologi 55.387 juta, infrastruktur 16.095 juta, kewangan 39.074 juta, perhotelan 2.242 juta, hartanah 162.085 juta, perladangan 75.770 juta, perlombongan 3,000, REITs 1.576 juta dan dana tertutup 35,000.

-- BERNAMA
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