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NEW YORK: World equity markets rose for a fourth day on Friday, but a gauge of world stocks and other assets still ended in the red for the month of June and for the second quarter as fears that U.S. monetary stimulus could soon be pared back drove volatility and weighed on sentiment.
AS corporate takeover sagas go, Hong Leong Capital Bhd (HLCap) will go down as one of the more colourful ones in Malaysia's corporate history. The usually savvy tycoon Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan ought to have wrapped up the privatisation of the investment banking and asset management unit of his group by now.
CIMB has taken a shine to QL, a leading integrated resource-based company involved in fish products, poultry and palm oil, which it said was trading at an undeservedly big discount to other consumer stocks despite stronger growth prospects and minimal earnings risks.
Hong Leong Investment is maintaining its Buy call on TNB with a target price of RM9.05, following Deputy Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister, Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid’s statement yesterday that TNB will resume implementing the fuel-cost-past-through (FCPT) mechanism in 2014 to regulate electricity tariff.
REVIEW just about any recent economic-social indicator coming out of China. It points to a clear slowing-down of activity, reflecting poor exports and sluggish business performance, and increasing signs that credit-driven growth has run its course. China and Asean-5 (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam) have been providing the much needed lift to the slackening global economy as US recovery stays stuck in the mud, with eurozone still mired in recession. I sense China’s growth in Q2’13 to be around 7.5%, its slowest pace since Q3’12, as weak demand dented manufacturing output in the face of excess capacity and weak margins, as well as slowing investment outlays.