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Equities / CAELY (7154)
« Last post by Teosh on November 18, 2021, 10:00:53 AM »
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/lingerie-maker-caely-boost-fabric-mask-production

Lingerie maker Caely to boost fabric mask production

Cheryl Poo/theedgemarkets.com
October 05, 2021 19:35 pm +08

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 5): Lingerie maker Caely Holdings Bhd is ramping up its fabric mask production and has allocated about RM5 million as working capital for product diversification.

"Moving forward, Caely will be launching more new products to boost sales in the coming months with the hope to end the year on a high note under the new management," the company said in a statement on Tuesday.

Caely, based in Teluk Intan, Perak, manufactures apparel such as innerwear, sleepwear, sports and active wear and kids wear. It also produces fabric face masks specifically designed for those who don headwear such as hijabs and turbans.

The company, which has been manufacturing lingerie since 1986, said it recently diversified its production lines to include commercially produced ISO 13485-compliant reusable fabric masks in response to the Ministry of Heath's advice to "double-mask" amid the presence of the Covid-19 Delta variant.

Caely, which saw boardroom changes since last August, said it is banking on its newly appointed executive chairman Datuk Wira Louis Ng's experience in digital marketing and e-commerce to increase its online presence to take advantage of new marketing trends.

The company said it offers customisation for corporate or bulk orders in tandem with the easing of the Movement Control Order in some states where the majority of the workforce has returned to work at full capacity.

For the first quarter ended June 30, 2021 (1QFY22), Caely returned to the black with a net profit of RM740,000 from net losses of RM1.32 million in the same period last year and RM14.4 million in the preceding quarter.

The company attributed the improved performance to improved manufacturing sales, RM1.2 million received from the receivables of property and construction segment (in which amounts were impaired in the previous financial year), and gains from the disposal of a subsidiary.

Revenue rose 23.8% to RM13 million from RM10.5 million last year, while falling 9% from RM14.3 million quarter-on-quarter.

In a Bursa Malaysia filing, Caely said export sales of undergarments have gradually recovered from when the global economy was worst hit by Covid-19 in 1QFY21.

Caely said it was taking proactive steps to move forward by tapping the e-commerce business and expanding its direct sales and retail segment by collaborating with potential business partners in an effort to enlarge its product range and outlet accounts with the aim of improving its overall business performance.

Caely's share price has fallen 21.7% from its year-to-date high of 46 sen in January to 35.5 sen on Tuesday, valuing the company at RM90.09 million.
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Free For All / Re: Samsung & xiaomi home appliances?
« Last post by carriefire on November 17, 2021, 08:44:18 PM »
As much as both brands is quite realiable for a hendheld brand, what abput their rating for home appliances? Should i pack my home with these brands like tv, water puri, refrigerator? Seem abit more cheaper than the other brands or not?
tbh yeah both xiomi and samsung is affordable but for me i buy washing machine from panasonic.. even the price is bit expensive but the important things is the benefits,, where i can save money for the long run.. the front load washing machine from panasonic use less water but still make clean clothes.. the washing machine have wash cycle setting with intelligent sensors that detect laundry conditions and maximizes the washing performance to save time and energy..
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Free For All / Re: Samsung & xiaomi home appliances?
« Last post by BladeW on November 17, 2021, 08:15:42 PM »
i had use samsung before and its a good brand but now im using panasonic washing machine the front load one. i think its the easiest and can save more space. and also the front load one can load more laundry to wash at one time.
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Who is Brook Jackson? Whistleblower leaves 20% dent on BioNTech shares on single day ~ 15 Nov 2021
  • After the explosive whistleblower report came out, shares of BioNTech, the German company that co-developed the vaccine with Pfizer, took a drastic 20% plunge on Friday, November 5.
Three shots and 1 booster later, this man has little protection against Covid-19 ~ 9 Nov 2021
https://edition.cnn.com/2021/11/09/health/immunocompromised-covid-19-booster-wellness-trnd/index.html
  • Health officials are recommending 3rd and even 4th shots to boost Covid-19 resistance for people with certain conditions, but that hasn't eased the fears of some immunocompromised people.
BioNTech (BNTX) shares cross below 200 DMA ~ 5 Nov 2021
https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/biontech-bntx-shares-cross-below-200-dma-2021-11-05
  • On Friday, November 5, shares of BioNTech SE crossed below their 200 day moving average of US$220.21, changing hands as low as US$215.32 per share. BioNTech SE shares are currently trading off about 20.5% on the day. The chart below shows the one year performance of BNTX shares, versus its 200-d MA. BNTX's low point in its 52 week range is US$80.55 per share, with US$464 as the 52 week high point — that compares with a last trade of US$217.21.


Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world ~ 15 Sep 2021
https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.6176279
  • Researchers in the U.S. receive grants to study so-called 'long COVID' and potential treatments.
  • The U.S. government will spend US$470 million to learn more about long COVID-19, its causes and potential treatments.
  • The NIH announced the plans on Sep 15 with a grant awarded to New York University and a goal of enrolling up to 40,000 adults and children nationwide. The effort, dubbed "Recover", will involve researchers at more than 30 U.S. institutions.
  • It's estimated 10 to 30% of people infected with COVID-19 may develop persistent, new or recurring symptoms that can last months or perhaps years.
  • Long COVID is an umbrella term for symptoms that linger, recur and show up for the first time four weeks or more after an initial infection.
  • It also includes heart inflammation and multisystem inflammatory syndrome, a rare but serious condition that can occur in children after a COVID-19 infection. Pain, headaches, fatigue, brain fog, shortness of breath, anxiety, depression, chronic coughs and sleep problems are among the reported symptoms of long COVID. Possible causes include the virus lingering in tissues and organs or overstimulating the immune system.
Pharma companies and the covid-19 vaccines crisis ~ September 2021
https://www.amnesty.org/en/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/POL4046212021ENGLISH.pdf
  • The top ten largest institutional investors are mainly US-based asset managers and banks - which have combined holdings worth more than US$250 billion in the vaccine developers. The single largest is Vanguard Group Inc. which holds shares worth a total of more than US$66 billion in AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer. BlackRock Inc has more than US$62 billion invested in all six featured companies. These investors and asset managers must assess the extent to which these companies are causing or contributing to human rights harm through their approach to the crisis. Having identified adverse impacts, they should then engage with these companies and exert their leverage to mitigate the impacts.
  • In the context of the Covid-19 vaccines, the leverage that this small group of institutional investors has is significant. While none of the top ten institutional investors own or manage more than 10% in any one company, the size of their joint holdings, as well as their total portfolios across the whole sector, give them a significant role in the vaccine developers. Combined, for instance, they own and manage 23.5% of AstraZeneca’s shares, 27.9% of Johnson and Johnson’s, 24.7% of Moderna’s, 17.4% of Novavax’s, and 32.7% of Pfizer’s.
Edwin McCain - Walk With You
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LBUMnQgSTs

Covid-19 vaccination trial in Singapore starts recruiting kids aged 5 to 11 ~ 16 Nov 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPelWml1M44
  • In a Facebook post on Tuesday (Nov 16), KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) said that it is conducting a research study to assess how children here respond to Covid-19 vaccination.
  • In order to be eligible to participate, the children must be aged between 5 and 11 years old, have had no previous Covid-19 infection and are intending to get their Covid-19 jabs.
  • The Expert Committee on Covid-19 Vaccination will make a recommendation on whether to extend the Pfizer vaccine to children aged 5 to 11 in the second half of November.
KKH recruiting kids aged 5-11 for vaccine trials, volunteers will be reimbursed ~ 16 Nov 2021
https://mustsharenews.com/kkh-kids-vaccine-trials/
  • Participants cannot have been infected by Covid-19 previously.


MIS-C linked to COVID-19 infection in children: How worried should parents be? ~ 12 Nov 2021
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/mis-c-children-infection-covid-19-worried-parents-2309156
  • The cases, among more than 8,000 paediatric COVID-19 cases in Singapore since the start of the pandemic, are "considered rare", the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. The age range of four of the cases is two months to eight years.
S$225,000 payout for teen who suffered cardiac arrest after Covid-19 jab ~ 16 Aug 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMelT4GF_Ro
  • Singapore is giving S$225,000 to a 16-year-old boy who is recovering from a cardiac arrest after having his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, in order to help defray the costs of his medical care, the Ministry of Health said in a statement Monday (Aug 16).
12-year-old, wheel chair bound after covid vaccine ~ 7 Jul 2021
https://rumble.com/vjis89-12-year-old-wheel-chair-bound-after-covid-vaccine.html
  • 12-year-old Maddie de Garay volunteered in a covid vaccine study and now is in a wheel chair and also requires a feeding tube.
Mom details her 12-year-old daughter’s extreme reactions to COVID vaccine, says she is now in a wheelchair ~ 2 Jul 2021
https://www.fr24news.com/a/2021/07/mom-details-her-12-year-old-daughters-extreme-reactions-to-covid-vaccine-says-she-is-now-in-a-wheelchair.html



13-year-old Maddie de Garay suffers severe side effects after Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine ~ 28 Jun 2021
https://epochtimes.today/13-year-old-suffers-severe-side-effects-after-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine/
  • Maddie received her first injection on Dec. 30, 2020, and experienced mild adverse reactions of fever, tiredness, and swelling at the injection site that resolved within a couple of days. However, after getting her second dose on Jan. 20 2021, Maddie immediately felt pain at the injection site that didn’t occur with the first dose.
  • About 18 hours later, she developed “severe muscle/nerve pain, painful electrical shocks down her neck and spine which caused her to walk hunched over, severe chest pain that felt like her heart was being pulled out, numbness and swelling in her vaccine arm (left), her fingers and toes turned white and were ice cold to the touch, the pain in her toes was so bad she walked on her heels, severe abdominal pain (especially on [the] lower right side), and a fever of 101.4,” de Garay wrote.
  • Maddie’s condition did not improve, but worsened over the next two-and-a-half months, as she developed more symptoms, including not being able to walk; unable to feel below her waist; memory loss; loss of bladder control; the inability to swallow food and liquids, thus requiring a nasogastric feeding tube; and fainting or seizing 10 or more times per day.
  • For the past five months, de Garay said her daughter was taken to the emergency room nine times and “hospitalized three times for a total of two months in the hospital.” Maddie has also visited various specialists and received multiple therapies.
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Global Markets / Re: The other side of the coin
« Last post by zuolun on November 17, 2021, 04:04:25 PM »
Edwin McCain - Walk With You
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LBUMnQgSTs

Covid-19 vaccination trial in Singapore starts recruiting kids aged 5 to 11 ~ 16 Nov 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPelWml1M44
  • In a Facebook post on Tuesday (Nov 16), KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) said that it is conducting a research study to assess how children here respond to Covid-19 vaccination.
  • In order to be eligible to participate, the children must be aged between 5 and 11 years old, have had no previous Covid-19 infection and are intending to get their Covid-19 jabs.
  • The Expert Committee on Covid-19 Vaccination will make a recommendation on whether to extend the Pfizer vaccine to children aged 5 to 11 in the second half of November.
KKH recruiting kids aged 5-11 for vaccine trials, volunteers will be reimbursed ~ 16 Nov 2021
https://mustsharenews.com/kkh-kids-vaccine-trials/
  • Participants cannot have been infected by Covid-19 previously.


MIS-C linked to COVID-19 infection in children: How worried should parents be? ~ 12 Nov 2021
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/mis-c-children-infection-covid-19-worried-parents-2309156
  • The cases, among more than 8,000 paediatric COVID-19 cases in Singapore since the start of the pandemic, are "considered rare", the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. The age range of four of the cases is two months to eight years.
S$225,000 payout for teen who suffered cardiac arrest after Covid-19 jab ~ 16 Aug 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMelT4GF_Ro
  • Singapore is giving S$225,000 to a 16-year-old boy who is recovering from a cardiac arrest after having his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, in order to help defray the costs of his medical care, the Ministry of Health said in a statement Monday (Aug 16).
12-year-old, wheel chair bound after covid vaccine ~ 7 Jul 2021
https://rumble.com/vjis89-12-year-old-wheel-chair-bound-after-covid-vaccine.html
  • 12-year-old Maddie de Garay volunteered in a covid vaccine study and now is in a wheel chair and also requires a feeding tube.
Mom details her 12-year-old daughter’s extreme reactions to COVID vaccine, says she is now in a wheelchair ~ 2 Jul 2021
https://www.fr24news.com/a/2021/07/mom-details-her-12-year-old-daughters-extreme-reactions-to-covid-vaccine-says-she-is-now-in-a-wheelchair.html



13-year-old Maddie de Garay suffers severe side effects after Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine ~ 28 Jun 2021
https://epochtimes.today/13-year-old-suffers-severe-side-effects-after-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine/
  • Maddie received her first injection on Dec. 30, 2020, and experienced mild adverse reactions of fever, tiredness, and swelling at the injection site that resolved within a couple of days. However, after getting her second dose on Jan. 20 2021, Maddie immediately felt pain at the injection site that didn’t occur with the first dose.
  • About 18 hours later, she developed “severe muscle/nerve pain, painful electrical shocks down her neck and spine which caused her to walk hunched over, severe chest pain that felt like her heart was being pulled out, numbness and swelling in her vaccine arm (left), her fingers and toes turned white and were ice cold to the touch, the pain in her toes was so bad she walked on her heels, severe abdominal pain (especially on [the] lower right side), and a fever of 101.4,” de Garay wrote.
  • Maddie’s condition did not improve, but worsened over the next two-and-a-half months, as she developed more symptoms, including not being able to walk; unable to feel below her waist; memory loss; loss of bladder control; the inability to swallow food and liquids, thus requiring a nasogastric feeding tube; and fainting or seizing 10 or more times per day.
  • For the past five months, de Garay said her daughter was taken to the emergency room nine times and “hospitalized three times for a total of two months in the hospital.” Maddie has also visited various specialists and received multiple therapies.
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Equities / Re: kialim goin to fly
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