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WZ Satu on steady growth path

Government-sponsored infrastructure projects are a boon to domestic construction companies and one such such beneficiary is WZ Satu Bhd, a smallish company with a market capitalisation of about RM404.7mil.


SCIB to invest in IBS plant in Sabah

KUCHING: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd (SCIB) will invest in an industrialised building system (IBS) plant in Kota Kinabalu as it expands its operations to Sabah.

Analyst Reports

Tune Protect 'buy', KLK 'hold', Gabungan AQRS 'buy', PECCA 'buy'

TUNE Protect Group’s first quarter 2017 net profit of RM11.9mil came in at 16.1% and 13.4% of Affin Hwang Capital’s and consensus estimates.

Corporate News

Trading ideas: MK Land, Taliworks, Fajarbaru, Econpile, Yinson

KUALA LUMPUR: MK Land, Taliworks, Fajarbaru, Econpile and Yinson are among the stocks to watch on Tuesday following their corporate news and announcements, says JF Apex Research.


Gabungan AQRS’ first quarter earnings soar to RM16.14mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Gabungan AQRS Bhd quadrupled its net profit to RM16.14mil for its first quarter ended March 31, driven by higher contributions from its construction and property divisions as well as from land sales.


A lesson for CEOs

THE golden rule is that whistleblowers have to be protected. There is no question about it – no matter how unfair the allegations or complaints may be.


RAM Ratings: Credit quality of housing loans to remain stable

KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rating Services Bhd expects the credit quality of banks’ housing loans to stay relatively stable in 2017, despite the spiralling cost of living.

Analyst Reports

RHB Research upbeat on MRCB’s prospects with Bandar Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Research Institute is upbeat on Malaysian Resources Corporation Bhd’s (MRCB) construction division as it is a potential candidate to develop Bandar Malaysia, which will be a transit oriented development project.


Malaysian banks’ asset quality likely to drop

PETALING JAYA: After years of improvement, the asset quality of Malaysian banks could see some deterioration with the banking system’s gross impaired-loan (GIL) ratio expected to touch 1.8% this year, although this figure is still favourable compared with their Asean peers.

Analyst Reports

Maybank IB: Kimlun earnings above market expectations

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction firm, Kimlun Corp Bhd’s outperformance was largely due to faster construction progress and large variation orders, according to Maybank Investment Bank Research.