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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12050 on: May 14, 2019, 09:14:28 AM »
Enjoy the collapsion today  :cash:
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12051 on: May 14, 2019, 09:15:28 AM »
Enjoy the collapsion today  :cash:

Olient , OLY  ?.... :headbang: :headbang:

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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12052 on: May 14, 2019, 09:16:10 AM »
1580 is here Dogkim  ;)
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12053 on: May 14, 2019, 09:19:27 AM »
Next 1550, end of this month  :nod:
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12054 on: May 15, 2019, 09:42:43 AM »
PH  harapan naik

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« Reply #12055 on: May 16, 2019, 04:59:50 PM »
Closed below 1600  :D 8)
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12056 on: May 16, 2019, 05:00:56 PM »
PH  harapan naik

After 3-5 years perhaps
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12057 on: May 16, 2019, 11:48:20 PM »
After a brutal 2018 in which equity markets took a turn for the worse, market watchers turned more cautious with their outlook
for the first half of 2019. Dark clouds of uncertainty continued to loom over earnings prospects and global investor interest.
KLCI has been reaching its record low in 2019 while the FBM small cap has been been on a small uptrend.
The main reason where KLCI has been dropping tremendously was due to the crash of the banking sector due to the estimated interest rate drop in the future.
Therefore the money has been float out from both the banking sector and Malaysia and KLSE have been weakening recently.

It is the banks that bully their customers with BLR, a higher rate if short of one payment in any loans.  Housing, Commercial and even an OD pledge with FD becomes BLR, and not BR.

Many are not well informed with such new rulings by BNM.
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12058 on: May 16, 2019, 11:51:53 PM »
The adjustment of lower BLR reflects the dying market caused by the bank sector.
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12059 on: May 23, 2019, 09:17:04 AM »
Very nice collapsion  :clap:
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« Reply #12060 on: May 23, 2019, 09:17:56 AM »
The adjustment of lower BLR reflects the dying market caused by the bank sector.

It's going to start below 1600 for quite some time
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12061 on: May 24, 2019, 08:32:38 AM »
Good show coming later. Stay tuned  :P
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« Reply #12062 on: May 24, 2019, 08:42:39 AM »
Good show coming later. Stay tuned  :P

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« Reply #12063 on: May 24, 2019, 05:04:55 PM »
Whatever goes up have to come down  :clap:
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12064 on: May 30, 2019, 05:51:38 AM »
Every stock investor was expecting a trade deal to none.


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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12065 on: July 12, 2019, 03:22:18 PM »
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The FBM KLCI looked poised to end the day in negative territory and fell 0.36% at the midday break, tracking the choppy regional markets.

At 12.30pm, the FBM KLCI lost 6.01 points to 1,673.25.

Losers edged gainers by 279 to 275, while 548 counters traded unchanged. Volume was 1.7 billion shares valued at RM1.11 billion.

The losers included Nestle (M) Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, Heineken Malaysia Bhd, CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, Lysaght Galvanised Steel Bhd, Maxis Bhd, United Plantations Bhd, PPB Group Bhd and Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd.

The actives included KNM Group Bhd, Cuscapi Bhd, Sapura Energy Bhd, Prestariang Bhd, My EG Services Bhd, Ekovest Bhd, Impiana Hotels Bhd and Khee San Bhd.

The gainers included Panasonic Manufacturing Malaysia Bhd, British American Tobacco (M) Bhd, Aeon Credit Service (M) Bhd, KESM Industries Bhd, Magni-Tech Industries Bhd, Atlan Holdings Bhd, Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd, Asia File Corp Bhd, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd and PMB Technology Bhd.

Asian shares veered between small losses and gains on Friday as investors awaited key China trade and lending data, and as worries over Sino-US trade tensions countered optimism rooted in expectations of a Federal Reserve rate cut this month, according to Reuters.

Later on Friday, China will release June trade data, with analysts expecting exports to have fallen as weakening global demand and a sharp hike in US tariffs took a heavier toll on the world's largest trading nation, it said.

Affin Hwang Capital Research said the FBM KLCI Index closed flat on Thursday, up 0.29 points or 0.02% only. The index ended the session at 1,679.26.

"Despite the index closing unchanged, market breadth was positive with 501 gainers as compared to 329 losers. Some of the actively traded stocks include KNM, Sapura Energy, Bumi Armada Bhd and London Biscuits Bhd.

"Market was quite muted as the index traded sideways for the last four days and is currently hovering just above the 20-day EMA (exponential moving average). Meanwhile, the immediate resistance around 1,695 still remains valid.

"Anticipate the index to move sideways with downward bias," it said.
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12066 on: July 17, 2019, 10:28:45 AM »
klse is as good as dead. volume can be 2-3 billions vs 800m many years back
but it is concentrated on few , the many syndicate who helps stir up mkt are either prosecuted for various trading offences. Some may have goreng without informing the bossKU, you know there are 1000 ways to find fault with the syndicate trading account.
So KLSE will be a cementery of Asia, but you still see many ghost floating around, with billions of shares traing. Only the select few make money.Gone were the days, ISTONE limit up, IJM,Ideal,Inari or any other I-xxxx will move. Gone were the days when ISTONE limit up, othere peer playes in the same industry all jump like Olympic high jump athletes. Guess al these syndicate were either in lockup or severely punished for trading offences. because some people miss the big moves.
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« Reply #12067 on: July 17, 2019, 04:47:56 PM »
HEIGHTENED trade and technology tensions between the US and China this year look to be taking a toll on merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the region, particularly China.

“M&A activity in Asia-Pacific (APAC), excluding Japan, during the first half of the year slowed down to levels unseen since 2013, amid an escalating US-China trade and technology war,” says deal-tracking firm Mergermarket in its latest global and regional M&A report, released last week.

According to Mergermarket’s data, deal value in APAC ex-Japan stood at US$241 billion in 1H2019, down 36% from the same period last year, even as the region’s market share of global M&A shrank to 14.4% from 18.6%. The number of deals generated in the first half fell to 1,525 from 2,031.

China and Hong Kong — typically where the largest deals are generated — together accounted for about 55% of the total regional deal value. Together, their deal value fell 39% year on year to US$131.85 billion, while deal count fell to 751 from 958.

“The trade war and escalating tensions between the US and China are to blame for declining M&A activity in China and Hong Kong. [These are] creating political and economic uncertainties, affecting investors’ sentiment. For example, investors worry that regulators’ powers could be used [as] a tool in the Sino-US spat. Chinese authorities’ deleveraging efforts are another crucial factor in cooling down M&A activity,” Mergermarket’s APAC research editor, Riccardo Ghia, tells The Edge in an email interview.

Deal value in mainland China alone plunged 44.7% y-o-y, while that in Hong Kong fell by a more modest 11.1%.

In contrast, M&A activity in the US was buoyant in 1H2019, despite the ongoing trade war and calls to regulate the big technology companies. The US had a market share of 53.2% of global M&A, the largest so far on Mergermarket’s record.

“This has as much to do with strong levels of activity in the US — up 14.6% by value [to US$957.3 billion] from the comparable period last year — as with the weak performances of both Europe and Asia, [which were] down 38.8% and 34.2% respectively,” says Mergermarket.

Deal value in the US for the half-year period was the highest in recent years, behind only 2H2015 (US$973.5 billion).

Interestingly, Southeast Asia (SEA) bucked the overall gloomy M&A trend within Asia. Deal value in the 10-nation sub-region was up 42.1% y-o-y to US$34.9 billion, despite a lower deal count of 164 [1H2018: 211].

Singapore-listed property giant CapitaLand Ltd’s acquisition of Ascendas-Singbridge Pte Ltd from Temasek Holdings — a deal struck in January and valued at US$8.1 billion — was the largest transaction in APAC ex-Japan in the first half of this year. CapitaLand announced on June 30 that it had completed the transaction.

Total M&A deals in Singapore rose 156% y-o-y to US$17.2 billion in 1H2019, the largest in SEA.

“Political uncertainties and clouds over economic growth have impacted equity and bond markets, spurring investors to increase their allocations into the real estate sector. Singapore is seen as a safer haven compared with Hong Kong, which is going through a period of political instability due to a combination of domestic factors and international forces,” Ghia says, explaining why SEA managed to buck the trend.

Apart from that, infrastructure investments related to the China-led Belt and Road Initiative and individual national government policies — for example, the Build Build Build (BBB) campaign by President Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines — also contributed to SEA’s strong M&A activity, he says.

The BBB campaign is spurring consolidation among cement players.

“Thailand [however] remains a sore spot in the SEA region as deal-making activity slid 64.7% y-o-y in value [to US$3.1 billion] amid growing political uncertainty caused by the ongoing power struggle between pro-military allies and opposition parties,” Ghia adds.

In Malaysia, deal value rose 23.3% to US$3.88 billion in 1H2019. The biggest deal in the period was Thailand-based PTT Exploration and Production PCL’s acquisition of Murphy Oil Corp’s oil and gas assets in Malaysia in a cash transaction worth US$2.127 billion that was announced in March.

In APAC ex-Japan, all sectors except for the consumer sector saw a decrease in both value and volumes in 1H2019. The consumer sector recorded a 7.6% y-o-y increase in value to US$23.2 billion, across 144 deals.

The technology sector dropped a substantial 66% in value to US$22.9 billion across 174 deals, as the tech war between the US and China is threatening to disrupt the supply chain and create a “digital iron curtain” between countries using US technologies and those who adopt Chinese ones, according to Mergermarket.

Chinese outbound investment into the US and Europe in 1H2019 — worth a combined US$5.9 billion over 43 deals — was particularly subdued, reaching lows not seen since 2009, it adds.

 

 
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« Reply #12068 on: July 18, 2019, 01:30:01 PM »

KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI extended its fall, tracking Wall Street losses overnight on fears that US corporate earnings could have been negatively impacted by the US-China trade war.

At 12.30pm, the local index slipped 3.13 points to 1,654.4. Trading volume was 1.56 billion shares valued at RM811.78mil. There were 432 decliners versus 231 gainers and 379 counters unchanged.

Petronas Chemicals experienced a sharp decline with a 26 sen drop to RM7.66 while Maxis shed four sen to RM5.60 and Public Bank dropped six sen to RM22.90.

i-Stone continued to top the most actively traded list, losing 3.5 sen to 21 sen following a strong advance on its debut yesteday.

Other stocks seeing heavy investor interest included Netx unchanged at 1.5 sen and KNM down 1.5 sen to 37.5 sen.

Over on Wall Street, Netflix's share price was sent tumbling 12% in after-market trade as data showed it had lost US streaming customers for the first time in eight years and missed targets for overseas subscribers.

Asian markets picked up on Wall Street's weak overnight performance, which sent major indices lower.

The Shanghai Composite Index slid 0.65%, the CSI300 Index dropped 0.6% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index fell 0.5%. Japan's Nikkei Index plunged 1.8% while South Korea's Kospi Index dropped 0.4%

Oil prices were steady on Thursday after falling in the previous session on rising US stockpiles. US crude slid two cents to US$56.76 a barrel and Brent crude rose 10 cents to US$63.76 a barrel.

In currencies, the ringgit was flat against the US dollar at 4.1110 and the pound sterling at 5.1133. It was down 0.1% against the Singapore dollar at 3.0246.

   
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Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Reply #12069 on: July 19, 2019, 01:17:25 AM »
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PKR party going to split.  There are 2 PM candidates now.   Will there be a street protest like in 1998?   As HK just had its worst form of street protest last month. Is it our turn now?
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