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Personal Finance / Re: Scams
« Last post by ahbah on Yesterday at 10:14:48 PM »
KUALA LUMPUR: Second Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani has appealed to members of the public to alert the authorities as soon as possible if they come across potential money scams.

This will avert other unsuspecting Malaysians from also falling prey, he said.
Personal Finance / Re: Scams
« Last post by ahbah on Yesterday at 10:09:39 PM »
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has updated the Financial Consumer Alert list with the names of two new companies.

They are MBI International Sdn Bhd and M Face International Sdn Bhd.

BNM's list consists of companies and websites which are neither authorised nor approved under the relevant laws and regulations administered.

It said in a statement that the list is not exhaustive and only serves as a guide to members of the public, based on information and queries received by BNM.

The latest list consists of 302 companies.

The list will be updated regularly for the public's reference.
Commodities / Re: Spot Brent Oil Price
« Last post by king on Yesterday at 10:05:20 PM »

Equities / Re: Which Horse Will Run Fast $$$
« Last post by Sailor on Yesterday at 09:46:07 PM »
Asiabio 7cts
Netx 7 cts
Karambunai 7 cts
Nexgram 4.5 cts

If the news is right...buying vol will goes to Nexgram
as the px is very much cheaper wth other 3 counters.

Tommoro top ranking horse.


Kuda Asiabio  could be tempang. ;)

Handicap ponny got new saddle n horse shoes U :nod:
Personal Finance / Re: SHOP LIFTING PROFESSOR......SHAME !
« Last post by ahbah on Yesterday at 09:38:23 PM »
...tha  prof  not hepi in spore - unlike  here - cash cow  boleh market  :cash: :cash: :cash:

## injured olient  in  :phew: :phew:

Just get your fren prof migrate here n hantam kuat kuat Nexgram.

see Nexgram WA up 50% per day ! k.o. flat down all the moni games in the world !
Commodities / Re: Spot Brent Oil Price
« Last post by king on Yesterday at 09:36:37 PM »

Equities / Re: Atttacck AYS .
« Last post by Sailor on Yesterday at 09:33:54 PM »
Big buy today at 54.5 to 55.5 cts...
Surge in volume too.

A very good investment counter which can make good money.
Equities / Re: What's interesting today
« Last post by Sailor on Yesterday at 09:30:35 PM »
Interesting are;

Melewar got good move.
TRC Volume n px movements.
AYS reorded high vol n px movements is fair too.
Equities / Re: KIAN JOO
« Last post by ORIENT on Yesterday at 09:15:47 PM »
Earnings per share increased to 4.15 sen, from 2.67 sen in 1QFY16, the food packager said in a filing today.

The better bottom line was contributed by its cans division it said, which benefitted from foreign exchange (forex) gains and higher fair value gain on commodity contracts.

This was however partially offset by losses from its cartons division and lower profit from the contract packing division, the filing said.

Meanwhile, higher trading activities led to bigger profit from Kian Loo’s trading division.

Kian Joo’s revenue in the period rose a marginal 0.84% to RM431.64 million, from RM428.07 million in 1QFY16, as top line contribution from cartons, contract packing and trading divisions increased, partially offset by lower revenue from the profitable cans division.

Looking forward, Kian Joo expects volatility in forex rates to pose as a challenge to the group’s earnings, due to exposure from overseas operations and material costs. 

“Competition in the packaging industry in Malaysia and Vietnam has remained stiff, and in order to maintain its market share, the group will need to constantly review its price structure,” it added.

According to a separate filing, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is a substantial shareholder in Kian Joo, after it bought a 9.82% stake on May 17.

Shares of Kian Joo gained 1 sen or 0.34% to close at RM2.99 today, giving it a market capitalisation of RM1.33 billion.
Equities / KIAN JOO
« Last post by ORIENT on Yesterday at 09:15:17 PM »
Kian Joo Can Factory Bhd’s net profit rose 55.37% in the first quarter ended March 31, 2017 (1QFY17) to RM18.44 million, from RM11.87 million a year earlier.
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