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« Reply #12000 on: March 11, 2019, 05:08:14 PM »

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia plans to cut its crude oil exports in April to below 7 million barrels per day (bpd), while keeping its output "well below" 10 million bpd, a Saudi official said on Monday, as the kingdom seeks to drain a supply glut and support oil prices.

State-owned Saudi Aramco's oil allocations for April are 635,000 bpd below customers' nominations -- requests made by refiners and clients for Saudi crude, the Saudi official said.

   
\"Despite very strong demand from international waterborne customers at more than 7.6 million bpd, customers were allocated less than 7 million bpd,\" the official said.

March's oil exports will also be below 7 million bpd, the official said.

The April allocations by Aramco show \"a deep cut of 635,000 bpd from customer requests for its crude oil,\" he added.

\"This will keep production well below 10 million bpd in April,\" the official said, adding that this is also below the 10.311 million bpd that the kingdom has agreed as its production target under an OPEC-led supply cut agreement.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other producers such as Russia, colloquially known as OPEC+, agreed in December to reduce supply by 1.2 million bpd from Jan. 1 for six months.

\"Saudi Arabia is demonstrating extraordinary commitment to accelerating market rebalancing,\" the Saudi official said, adding that the kingdom expects all other OPEC+ countries to show similar levels of contributions and high conformity.

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Sunday that March oil production was 9.8 million bpd and that the country, OPEC's biggest producer, plans to keep its April output at the same level.

Saudi Arabia's oil production in February fell to 10.136 million bpd, a Saudi industry source told Reuters on Friday, down from 10.24 million bpd in January. - Reuters
 
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12001 on: March 13, 2019, 10:45:34 AM »
(吉隆坡13日讯)KESM Industries Bhd今早大跌15.16%,因该公司受到中美贸易战的打击,截至今年1月杪第二季(2019财年第二季)净利重挫95.76%至47万4000万令吉,上财年同期为1118万令吉。

截至早上9点,该股劲挫1.42令吉,至8令吉,共1万8400股成交。

季度营业额报8111万令吉,较一年前的9147万令吉,按年下跌11.33%,归因于预烧和测试服务的需求降低,抵销向新客户供应电子制造服务带来的较高收入。

首两个季度的净利挫跌86.19%至312万令吉,同期报2255万令吉;营业额由1亿8218万令吉,跌10.71%至1亿6266万令吉。
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12002 on: March 13, 2019, 10:45:58 AM »

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI started flat-footed on Wednesday amid a mixed US closing overnight.

At 9.10am, the local index was down 0.57 points to 1,670.71. Trading volume was 169.32 million shares valued at RM82.36mil. There were 124 advancers versus 118 decliners and 203 counters unchanged.

   
This followed a rebound in yesterday's trade as the local market attempted to retrace wide losses over recent days.

\"Despite the gains made, overall technical outlook still appears lacklustre as key momentum indicators are bearish,\" said Kenanga research.

\"The index may trend lower to its support level at 1,650 (S1) and even 1,630 (S2). Conversely, immediate resistances can be found at 1,700 (R1) and 1,730 (R2).\"

In early trade, the most active counters were Velesto rising 0.5 sen to 31 sen, JCY gaining three sen to 24 sen and Dayang adding another two sen to RM1.67.

Some KLCI counters on the move included RHB, which rose 11 sen to RM5.74 and PPB climbing six sen to RM18.32.

On the decline, Petronas Dagangan lost 38 sen to RM25.32 while Hong Leong Financial Group dropped 20 sen to RM19.20.

Meanwhile, Hartalega slid seven sen to RM4.64.

In Europe overnight, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's EU exit deal was rejected by lawmakers, leading to a vote over a no-deal Brexit later tonight.

Over in the US, the Dow Jones was pressured by Boeing Co, which lost another 6.1% as more countries grounded its 737 MAX planes.

The Wall Street indice fell 0.4% although the S&P500 gained 0.3% and the Nasdaq rose 0.4%.

Oil prices edged higher on Wednesday, supported by planned cuts to Saudi exports and a reduced forecast for US crude output, Reuters reported.

International Brent crude oil futures were US$66.93 a barrel, up 26 cents, from their last close.

US crude futures were US$57.17 a barrel, up 30 cents from their last settlement.
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12003 on: March 13, 2019, 10:47:22 AM »

KUALA LUMPUR: The euphoria following Malaysia’s historic election last May has faded, leaving its stock market as Asia’s only one in the red this year.

The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI index has fallen more than 1% so far in 2019, the only decliner in the region, while neighbouring Singapore has surged 5% and Indonesia gained 3%. The trend is unlikely to change as investors wait for Malaysian government initiatives to cut the budget deficit, clamp down on corruption and boost purchasing power.

   
“It keeps coming back to where the country is going to go, it’s kind of on the government to lead the way,” said Jalil Rasheed, a Singapore-based investment director at Invesco Asset Management. “Anybody who is taking a long-term view in Malaysia over the next five to 10 years needs to be quite patient for the next two to three years.”

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng is calling on investors to buy Malaysian assets now, before they turn expensive once the fiscal situation gets back on track in three years.

The new administration has been in clean-up mode: cancelling and reviewing billion-dollar projects while replacing dozens of CEOs at state-linked companies.

That led growth to ease to 4.7% last year, with the government targeting a pick-up to 4.9% in 2019. Economists aren’t so sure, predicting growth to reach just 4.5%.

A string of weak financial results hasn’t helped, with companies including Axiata Group Bhd and Nestle Malaysia Bhd. missing estimates. Malaysia’s earnings lagged its neighbours’ to fall 3.15% last year, compared with 8.8% rise for Singapore and 18% gain for Indonesia. Earnings in Malaysia are expected to rise only 1% to 2% this year, said Sean Gardiner, Morgan Stanley’s South-East Asia strategist in Singapore.

“We would need to see jitters coming back to emerging markets so that investors appreciate Malaysia’s defensive nature,” Gardiner said.

To woo investors, the country has rolled out an updated five-year economic plan that promised transparency and institutional reform. It pledges to address productivity growth, streamline state spending to prevent corruption, and widen its fiscal space by raising tax compliance.

Still, “talk is cheap, and now it’s a question of implementing,” said Alexander Chia, head of regional equity research at RHB Bank Bhd. “Clearly there is a lot of execution risk, implementation risk and obviously a lot of political risks.”

This isn’t unique to Malaysia, he said, as changes in government in India and Indonesia also left markets struggling for about 18 months before showing signs of recovery. India’s S&P BSE Sensex index declined 5% the year after its 2014 polls before gaining 2% in 2016 and 28% in 2017. Indonesia’s Jakarta Composite Index slid 12% in 2015, the year after its elections, before rebounding 15% in 2016.

Malaysia’s case may be complicated by an expected handover of power from Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who was promised the top seat before the election. Anwar, who leads the largest party in the ruling coalition, said Mahathir had made it “very clear” that the change would happen by May next year.

The two men have presented a united front to the public, belying years of enmity between them involving Anwar’s sacking as Dr Mahathir’s deputy and his subsequent stints in prison for charges that he said were politically motivated.

Anwar himself has shown signs of impatience. Despite saying he would spend a year away from politics since his release from prison last May, he returned to campaign for a parliament seat just five months later.

“It’s difficult to have a positive outlook when there is political infighting and weak outlook on growth from fiscal tightening,” said Alan Richardson, a regional fund manager at Samsung Asset Management Co. in Hong Kong. “There appears to be frustration with a lack of tangible benefits under the new government and the shadow of race-based politics.”

This year may show show improvement as the government clarifies its policies on consumption and infrastructure, said Danny Wong, chief executive officer at Malaysia-based Areca Capital Sdn. Consumer spending will see a boost from RM37bil of tax refunds and revival of large projects, which would have a multiplier effect on the economy, he said.

Otherwise the doldrums could last toward the end of 2019, when the country’s stock market may find a reason to gain should the government chart out better-than-expected spending in next year’s budget.

If everything falls into place, Malaysia “could be a shining light of an emerging market,” Invesco’s Rasheed said. “It’s all in the execution.” — Bloomberg
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« Reply #12004 on: March 18, 2019, 02:30:38 PM »

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI picked up points in Monday morning trade as expectations grew that the US Federal Reserve would extend its dovish stance this week.

At 12.30pm, the local benchmark index rose 6.48 points to 1,687.02. There were 2.01 billion shares traded valued at RM884.37mil. Market breadth was evenly distributed between 361 advancers, 373 decliners and 353 counters unchanged.

   
Of the KLCI heavyweights, Tenaga Nasional put on 26 sen to RM12.94 to lead the advance while Maxis rose 10 sen to RM5.34 and Digi added five sen to RM4.67.

Taking a step back, Hong Leong Bank dropped 50 sen to RM20.78.

The most active counters in the morning were Sapura Energy slipping one sen to 35.5 sen, Iris sliding one sen to 20.5 sen and PUC unchanged at 11 sen.

Looking towards the US Fed meeting to be held on March 19 and 20, investors are expecting the central bank to lower its forecasts on interest rates while halting a plan to cut its bond holdoings of US$3.8bil.

The Shanghai Composite Index grew 1.3% while the CSI300 Index jumped 1.6%.

Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6% and Hong Kong's Hang climbed 0.7% while South Korea's Kospi stayed flattish.

In Southeast Asia, Thailand's SET Index was the sole laggard among key markets while SIngapore's Straits Times Index rose 0.4%.

Concerns over slowing fuel consumption pressured oil prices on Monday as countries' showed slowing trade data. US crude fell 23 cents to US$58.29 a barrel and Brent crude dropped 15 cents to US$67.01 a barrel.

In currencies the ringgit rose 0.2% against the US dollar at 4.8200. It was flat against the Singapore dollar at 3.0192 and fell 0.2% against the pound sterling at 5.4246.
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12005 on: March 18, 2019, 02:31:06 PM »
The euphoria following Malaysia’s historic election last May has faded, leaving its stock market as Asia’s only one in the red this year.
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« Reply #12006 on: March 18, 2019, 03:24:15 PM »
The euphoria following Malaysia’s historic election last May has faded, leaving its stock market as Asia’s only one in the red this year.

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« Reply #12007 on: March 18, 2019, 05:31:50 PM »
(布城18日讯)财政部长林冠英表示,如果发行债券总成本为0.63%或更低,大马政府将会认真考虑再度发行日元或武士债券。

大马政府上个月发行了总值2000亿日元(73亿令吉)的武士债券,每年总成本为0.63%。

林冠英今日出席庆祝活动时说:“如果(日本政府)愿意提供类似利率,肯定会认真考虑。当我们有资金开发项目,我们就可以用其他收入来偿还(国家)债务。”

林冠英针对记者询问大马政府是否计划发行更多武士债券时,如是回应。

日本驻马大使宫川真喜雄向记者表示,如果大马愿意,日本政府随时准备帮助大马在未来发行更多债券。

他说:“当然,利率也差不多。我们相信大马政府正朝着减少债务和清理任务的正确方向迈进。为此,我们非常乐意帮助大马政府和人民。”
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« Reply #12008 on: March 19, 2019, 07:49:37 AM »
Th :( :) :giggle: :giggle: :rofl: :giggle:e euphoria following Malaysia’s historic election last May has faded, leaving its stock market as Asia’s only one in the red this year.
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« Reply #12009 on: March 19, 2019, 08:06:13 AM »
KUALA LUMPUR (March 19): The FBM KLCI is seen extending its gains today, in line with the firmer overnight close at most global markets, but may struggle to breach the 1,700-level.

Global shares hit their highest levels in five months and the dollar dipped on Monday, as traders began to price in the likelihood of the U.S. Federal Reserve sticking to an accommodative stance at its policy meeting this week, according to Reuters.

European markets extended a run of gains, helped by a jump in shares in German lenders Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank after they confirmed over the weekend that they were in talks to merge, it said.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 65.23 points, or 0.25 percent, to 25,914.1, the S&P 500 gained 10.46 points, or 0.37 percent, to 2,832.94 and the Nasdaq Composite added 25.95 points, or 0.34 percent, to 7,714.48, said Reuters.

Based on corporate newsflow and announcements yesterday, stocks in focus today may include: Telekom Malaysia Bhd, Magni-Tech Industries Bhd, AMMB Holdings Bhd, YTL Corp Bhd, Barakah Offshore Petroleum Bhd, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd, Kian Joo Can Factory Bhd, Can-One Bhd, Scientex Bhd, Daibochi Bhd, Tasek Corp Bhd, Berjaya Sports Toto Bhd, Metronic Global Bhd and Lotte Chemical Titan Holdings Bhd.
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« Reply #12010 on: March 19, 2019, 08:07:25 AM »
KUALA LUMPUR (March 18): The Government has yet to set the floor price for scrap rubber because it will have a huge financial impact on the country, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.

Deputy Primary Industries Minister Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin said the Government has not been able to consider the proposal due to several factors including the need for huge financial resources to back the initiative in the event of a sharp downturn in the global price of natural rubber.

“The fixing of a floor price also gives room for price speculation among the rubber sellers by pushing the price to a low level and hoping for the government to cover the difference between the market price and floor price,” he said.

He was replying to a question from Awang Hashim (PAS-Pendang) who had wanted to know the possible impact of the rubber floor purchase price of RM2.50 if it is implemented.

Shamsul Iskandar said fixing the floor price also gave room for the smuggling of rubber out of the country because the domestic price is much higher than the international price.

Nevertheless, he said, the Government is concerned about the challenge faced by rubber cultivators, especially when there is a fall in the rubber market price.

The Rubber Production Incentive (IPG) was implemented as a measure to stabilise the price and production of the commodity, he said.

“As the rubber price was too low at the end of 2018, the government improved the IPG on Nov 21, 2018, by raising the Activation Pricing Level (PHP) from RM2.20 to RM2.50 per kg of scrap rubber,” he said.

He said the PHP level came into effect on Jan 1 this year and the ministry, through the Malaysian Rubber Board, had implemented the IPG at the new rate beginning early February.
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« Reply #12011 on: March 19, 2019, 08:08:04 AM »
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s most famous stock picker is on the attack again, criticising the accounts of one of the city’s top performers this year.

Kingdee International Software Group Co dropped 14% at the close yesterday as the worst performer on the Hang Seng Composite Index after David Webb published a critical report calling it a “bubble stock.” Webb did not specify whether he had a short position in the shares, nor what he thinks they should be worth.

   
The company “has relied on sector-specific tax breaks, government grants, property investment gains and questionable transactions with related parties to book any profit at all,” Webb wrote in a post tweeted during the city’s one-hour lunch break. An external representative for Kingdee said management is confident about the company’s future and considers its strategy a success.

Webb, a former Barclays Plc banker, founded a well-followed website two decades ago that gives away his research on Hong Kong’s publicly traded companies. He often advises readers to stay clear of certain firms due to corporate governance issues - and is often right. Stocks on his “not to own’’ lists have lost US$16bil of their value since he warned against buying them.

Kingdee had rallied 53% this year through last Friday’s close to near a record high, trading at a whopping 60 times projected earnings. Its annual report last week was welcomed by analysts, many of whom raised their price targets on the stock after Kingdee said revenue from cloud services surged almost 50%.

“Investors are taking this excuse to lock in the profit as the valuation of Kingdee is at demanding level,” said Kingsway Group Services Ltd’s Steven Nie, one of only two analysts tracked by Bloomberg who recommends selling the stock. “There has been concern about its cloud business after it decided to acquire the cloud segment from its parent, as it doesn’t make money.”

Citigroup Inc analysts are sticking to their bullish stance on the stock even though it has been “volatile,” according to a note that addressed Webb’s post. That’s after the brokerage hosted investor meetings with Kindgee management. — Bloomberg
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12012 on: March 19, 2019, 01:21:18 PM »
GAME GAME SCAMS and INVESTMENT SCAMS are back...

1. Gnneva Gold Scam-monthly dividend of 3% or 36% per year.  Deposit taking scheme hiding behind gold bar investment. Take delivery of gold bar,lower dividend. Let the Genneva safe keeping the gold bar for you...higher dividend. You guess 99.9% of investors will choose which option? Some put in 300k-500k . Many lost their hard earned pension money betting on quick rick scheme. And in the end all burnt.In 2012, Msia and Singapore authorities arrested few directors and jailed 8 years.

2. Oil Palm Plantation Investment Scheme...2006. Legally established. With SSM company letter. Investors get lawyer agreement with respect to their 7k or 14k or 70k investment. each unit is 7k. Investors were promised 10% return per year. Very bossy catalogue/prospectus. Agent say this scheme involve 5000 acres of oil Palm plantation in Gua Musang, Kelantan. One Singapore guy put in 5million after studying the land title and doing due dilligence:)
after 3 years i heard got problem. Start with non payment of dividend. Later capital also gone.If agent tell you this investment is fool proof, got can sue company, you know la, in Malaysia, you have to wait 30 years only can hear your case. And you need may 20k or 50k to rescue your initial 7k investment.

3. 2006. Bird Nest Investment scheme. Also very nice bossy brochure. 5k entitle you to be  shareholder of many bird nest buildings in Treangganu,PD, Pahang. IF you greedy, can buy 2 units, 10k.  In almost  ALL of this type of  scams, the business is genuine, but the operator agenda is not focus on business, rather the investors money. After 2 years, i heard many investors lost their capital. The modern day robber laughing all the way to the banks.

4. Geharu trees. Sap from this tree is highly sought by perfume manufacture globally. Again the business is genuine but the operator focus is on tens or hundred of millions if not billions of investors money.  1 kg of geharu sap command market price of 35k rgt. about 15 years ago , one bursa listed company, COMPUTERGATE planted 60 acres of land with GEHARU trees. Dont know how the assets  suddenly  dissappear from the company. That is how deep the state of corruption in Msia.

5. LAND BANKING scheme. investment scheme that entitle you for a small portion of say 1MDB Bandar Malaysia Land. Each unit of investment made you a 0.000000001% of the said land.When China company develops the land, fats profits await you. For all you know the syndicate could bring in speculators from all over the world, far exceed the 100% equity of the project and laugh all the way to the banks with few billions cash.

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KUALA LUMPUR (March 25): The FBM KLCI opened lower this morning and tracked the losses at regional markets, falling 0.95% as index-linked key blue chips lost ground.

At 9.05am, the FBM KLCI lost 15.68 points to 1,650.98.

The top losers included British American Tobacco (M) Bhd, Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd, Genting Plantations Bdh, Superlon Holdings Bhd, Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, Maxis Bhd and UMW Holdings Bhd.

Stocks in Asia tracked heavy losses in U.S. equities as bond yields continued to march lower amid concerns that momentum is slowing in the global economy, according to Bloomberg.

The risk-off tone that built on Friday extended into Asia early Monday, as indexes of shares in South Korea, Japan and Australian fell more than 1 percent. Australia’s 10-year bond yield hit an all-time low after the yield on Germany’s 10-year bonds tumbled below zero and a closely watched gauge of Treasuries inverted for the first time since 2007, underscoring the return to globally low long-term rates. The dollar edged higher, it said.

Kenanga IB Research said Asian markets closed mixed on last Friday after a turbulent week as investors continue to digest the effects of Federal Reserve’s dovish stance.  Back home, the FBMKLCI gained merely 3.00 points (+0.18%) to close at 1,666.66, still recording a WoW loss of 0.8%. Overall, the technical outlook still lacks any positive signal as key momentum indicators remain lacklustre. Should the index break above the 1,700 (R1) resistance level, the technical outlook would turn favorable with next resistance identified at 1,730 (R2). Conversely, downside supports can be found at 1,650 (S1) and 1,630 (S2).
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« Reply #12014 on: Yesterday at 03:19:44 PM »
KUALA LUMPUR (March 25): The FBM KLCI opened lower this morning and tracked the losses at regional markets, falling 0.95% as index-linked key blue chips lost ground.

At 9.05am, the FBM KLCI lost 15.68 points to 1,650.98.

The top losers included British American Tobacco (M) Bhd, Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd, Genting Plantations Bdh, Superlon Holdings Bhd, Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, Maxis Bhd and UMW Holdings Bhd.

Stocks in Asia tracked heavy losses in U.S. equities as bond yields continued to march lower amid concerns that momentum is slowing in the global economy, according to Bloomberg.

The risk-off tone that built on Friday extended into Asia early Monday, as indexes of shares in South Korea, Japan and Australian fell more than 1 percent. Australia’s 10-year bond yield hit an all-time low after the yield on Germany’s 10-year bonds tumbled below zero and a closely watched gauge of Treasuries inverted for the first time since 2007, underscoring the return to globally low long-term rates. The dollar edged higher, it said.

Kenanga IB Research said Asian markets closed mixed on last Friday after a turbulent week as investors continue to digest the effects of Federal Reserve’s dovish stance.  Back home, the FBMKLCI gained merely 3.00 points (+0.18%) to close at 1,666.66, still recording a WoW loss of 0.8%. Overall, the technical outlook still lacks any positive signal as key momentum indicators remain lacklustre. Should the index break above the 1,700 (R1) resistance level, the technical outlook would turn favorable with next resistance identified at 1,730 (R2). Conversely, downside supports can be found at 1,650 (S1) and 1,630 (S2).

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« Reply #12016 on: Yesterday at 10:31:00 PM »
Below 1650  :clap:
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