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Global Markets / Re: DJIA Index Movements
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 01:02:33 AM »
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:37:20 AM »
章荣泉:亚洲基本面强稳

另外,马银行金英总执行长拿督章荣泉在伦敦出席“投资亚洲英国大会”上也说,虽然中美贸易战和美国升息的潜能捎来逆风,但亚洲的整体基本面仍强稳,增长前景也强韧。

他认为,投资者应该将目光放远,超越短期的吵杂声,并专注于区域长期的增长前景,因这些国家预计会比发达国家经济体更出色。

“大马经济的基本面强稳,这由年轻的人口、高涨的油价和新政府所支撑,因政府持续致力于推动外资及对贸易持开放态度。”
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:36:59 AM »
黄德明力排众议入场吸纳

不过,Areca资本总执行长黄德明的看法则别具一格,即相信综指未来的表现会更好,并预计下半年的净利会重拾动力。

“现在是时候将我们有的现金,投资在风险中等的组合。”黄德明目前正负责管理约7亿令吉的投资组合。

他预计,首相敦马哈迪所祭出的在外资新政策和政府开销,将驱动综指下半年的净利表现重拾动力。

黄德明说,他是精挑细选股项的人,看好电子电器股项,因令吉疲弱对出口商有利,另外,也青睐消费者和汽车股,因消费税归零。

另外,他也乐观看待贷款增长会有改善,因此也看好银行股。

“大马不贵也不便宜,我期待第三季和末季的净利表现。”

根据彭博社,目前,综指正以预测净利15.9倍的水平交易,约是5年平均表现。
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:36:35 AM »
(吉隆坡21日讯)富时隆综指周四再跌1%,距离两个月前的高峰,累计跌幅已达11%或204点,不但失守1700点关键水平,综指看似已陷入所谓的调整期。

综指已经连续第9日走跌,逐步滑向2月份以来的最低水平。

今早,综指以1710.44点开跑,随后微扬至1710.71点的全天最高点。

接着,综指便逆转向下跌破1700点,下探至1681.89点的全天最低水平,跌幅深达27.86点,或1.63%。

闭市时,综指稍微收窄跌幅,报1692.32点,全天挫17.43点,或1.019%。

新加坡Standard Life投资高级投资经理克里斯托弗认为,随着新政府尝试找出财务问题的根源,马股近期的前景将持续艰难。

“不过,我相信事情会在中期内获得改善。”

马股已成为世界表现最糟的市场之一。外资因我国的国家债务可能会走高而撤离市场,自5月份开始,外资每日都从马股流出。

而分析员也下砍净利预测,导致大马股市取代韩国,成为亚太市场净利预测被下修最多的市场。

周四综指下跌,领跌的是马电讯(TM,4863,主板贸服股),盘中一度急退12%,因市场担忧固线宽频价格会大降。
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Global Markets / Re: DJIA Index Movements
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:35:42 AM »
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Global Markets / Re: DJIA Index Movements
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:34:49 AM »
-165  :D

Another collapse of klse expected tomorrow
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:33:41 AM »
KUALA LUMPUR (June 21): Malaysian palm oil futures were set for a fourth straight day of losses on Thursday, as weak sentiment persisted due to concerns about a trade war
between China and the U.S. and on losses in U.S. soyoil.

The benchmark palm oil contract for September delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was down 0.2 percent at 2,257 ringgit ($562.84) per tonne at the midday break.

Trading volumes stood at 21,518 lots of 25 tonnes each at noon. <1FCPO-TOT>

"The palm market is taking a breather after the massive sell-offs in China markets... but overall market sentiment is still negative," said a Singapore-based trader.

Palm oil had seen sharp declines earlier in the week, falling as much as 3 percent to two-year lows on Tuesday, tracking related edible oils on the U.S. Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and China's Dalian Commodity Exchange.
   
Prices of commodities in China tumbled as investor sentiment was shaken by an intensifying trade war between Beijing and Washington.

Another trader added that palm also declined tracking weaker CBOT soyoil. The Chicago July soybean oil contract was last down 0.7 percent on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the September soybean oil on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange edged up 0.1 percent, while the Dalian September palm oil contract rose 1.3 percent.

Palm oil prices track the performance of other edible oils, as they compete for a share in the global vegetable oils market.
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:33:11 AM »
KUALA LUMPUR: Macquarie Capital Securities (Malaysia) Bhd has issued a total of 1,000 structured warrants in Malaysia since its debut in October 2014, with the latest being the issuance of 12 new warrants on Thursday.

The global financial services provider said on Thursday that over the past three years, Macquarie has been the leading warrant issuer in Malaysia, driving education, new technology and keeping investors informed via the structured warrants website malaysiawarrants.com.my.

Macquarie is committed to providing the highest quality market making. Year to date, Macquarie has commanded the leading market share, with 60.1% of the Malaysian warrant market turnover.

It said following the stamp duty exemption for structured warrants in 2018, investors can now trade warrants without paying any stamp duty, making warrants more attractive to traders and investors alike.

Recall that the exemption was provided by the government as an incentive to boost trading, liquidity and vibrancy in the local market.

“This appears to have been successful, with warrant volumes increasing 163% (compared to the same period last year) since the exemption was introduced,” it said.

Macquarie said there has been greater volatility in the Malaysian and global equity markets due to rising global geopolitical tensions, trade tensions between China and the US, and Malaysia’s General Election (GE) all adding to investor uncertainty.

“These dynamics contributed to the strong growth of the structured warrants market from end 2017, with structured warrants turnover increasing to an average of RM97.5mil per day for the first five months of 2018 (5M2018), compared to an average of RM25mil per day in 2017.

“The daily turnover hit a high of RM613.1mil on April 6, 2018, which represented a whopping 40.2% of the total turnover on the whole of the Bursa for that day,” it said.

With the local market becoming increasingly uncertain, warrants over Malaysian single stocks took up a smaller piece of the warrants market, constituting 52.3% of 5M2018 warrants turnover, compared to 79.2% in 2017.

Warrants over Sapura Energy , Supermax, Hengyuan Refining and My E.G. Services were actively traded during this period due to renewed volatility, especially around the GE period. 

Index warrants were actively traded from March 2018 onwards, particularly the call and put warrants over the Hang Seng Index (HSI), which made up 43.9% of the warrants turnover from January to May.

So far, Macquarie is the only structured warrants issuer to list structured warrants over the HSI on the Bursa. These warrants allow investors to gain a leveraged exposure to the HSI while trading on the local exchange.

Barnaby Matthews, head of equity derivatives products for Macquarie in Asia said: “Our primary focus remains on education and delivery of information on warrants.  Last year we held more than 25 free seminars for local investors.

“We believe that as investors become more knowledgeable in their investing, the market will continue to grow,” he added.

“The recent rise in trading activity reflects further growth potential in the Malaysian warrant market. As volatility in the market increases, we expect the shift to index warrants to continue, particularly for investors looking to profit from any short term falls in prices, as put warrants are one of the few ways that Malaysian investors can profit from falls in the stock market,” added Matthews.

Bursa Malaysia Bhd CEO Datuk Seri Tajuddin Atan congratulated Macquarie on the issuance of its 1,000th structured warrant for listing on Bursa Malaysia.

He said the Malaysian warrant market continues to show promising growth, with increased investor appetite towards more sophisticated products.

“Education also remains a key component in the success of this investment tool, and I am pleased to acknowledge Macquarie’s exemplary commitment towards investor education and efforts to further widen the product range available to investors,” said Tajuddin.
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Global Markets / Re: DJIA Index Movements
« Last post by ORIENT on June 22, 2018, 12:32:44 AM »
-135  :thumbsup:
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Equities / Re: KLSE starting to collapse
« Last post by ORIENT on June 21, 2018, 08:27:36 PM »
DON'T  BE  P O N D A N  , OLIENT   ;) :giggle: :giggle: :rofl:

mine  WARRANTS   + PENNY   >> remained SOLID  + Unscratch :thumbsup: :cash: :cash:

Dont be a dog DOGKIM. It's glad to know that you are still alive  :thumbsup:
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