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  • Saturday, 19 Jul 2003

  • DMIB: AFTER three consecutive days of profit taking, DMIB piled on 19 sen yesterday to close at RM2.73 with 7.5 million shares traded. Dealers attributed its strong showing to the court sanctioned approval for its proposed reorganisation scheme - whereby Sime Engineering Services Bhd would assume its listing status - plus its involvement in the Bakun project, as well as the oil and gas business. 

  • Global Soft: THE counter had a nice finish to the week, closing 19 sen or 17% higher to RM1.03. Mesdaq market watchers were pleased with the company's latest results released during the week - RM1.6mil profit for the first six months of the year - as well as reports that it seemed poised to grow its business. Global Soft's two new ticketing software contracts, valued at RM1.5mil, boosted the company's outstanding order book by 60% to RM4mil. 

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