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Sasbadi inks MoU with China’s Southern Publishing

KUALA LUMPUR: Sasbadi Holdings Bhd has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Southern Publishing and Media Co Ltd, a company incorporated in China.

Get on board – let’s read and learn

Nothing could be more rewarding to a group of student volunteers from Britain than to read and help local primary school pupils hone their English language skills.

Trading ideas: Tenaga, Unisem, Gadang, Sasbadi

KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects Tenaga Nasional, Unisem, Gadang and Sasbadi to be among the stocks to watch on Friday.

Hidden treasure in under-researched and undiscovered stocks

MIDF Amanah Asset Management Bhd head of investment Mohamed Sany Mohamed Zainudin believes in value investments in stocks, and as such it should not exclude illiquid stocks.

Sarawak team makes it in time to win big

GEORGE TOWN: A team that almost missed the National Robotic Competition (NRC) 2015 went on to win two titles at the event.

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 20

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 20

Sasbadi hot on M&A trail

PETALING JAYA: Syallabus-based content provider Sasbadi Holdings Bhd is hoping to seal another merger and acquisition deal within the next few weeks, following its proposed acquisition of Mantissa College.

Most newly-listed firms doing well

PETALING JAYA: Despite the volatile stock market, four out of the five local newly-listed companies are trading above their initial public offering (IPO) prices, setting the right tone for other listings to come to the market this year.

Alliance DBS Research retains Hold call on Sasbadi

KUALA LUMPUR: Alliance DBS Research is maintaining its Hold recommendation for Sasbadi with the target price of RM2.25.

HLIB Research maintains Buy on Sasbadi

KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Leong Investment Research (HLIB) has maintained its Buy on Sasbadi with a target price of RM2.72 based on unchanged P/E multiple of 15.5 times CY16 EPS given its lower market capitalisation and liquidity.