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Sime shines in transparency

Sime Darby Bhd is pushing the frontier to set higher standards in transparency and corporate governance via its stern action in sacking two senior executives said to be accountable for the RM120mil losses in futures trading at subsidiary Golden Jomalina Food Industries Sdn Bhd.

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Strategic business direction for P.I.E.

Penang-based P.I.E. Industrial Bhd is among a handful of electronic contract manufacturing companies in the country that have been able to expand despite the economically challenging times.

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Spritzer earnings set to rise on higher sales

SPRITZER Bhd's earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) margin for its financial year ended May 31 (FY08) is expected to rise to 11% from 8% last year, according to Kenanga Research.

Business

Proton profit set to improve further

Proton Holdings Bhd is expected to continue to improve on its earnings on the back of strong sales of new models as well as continued operational improvements.

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Stock Watch

EILEEN HEE writes on MMC Corp, Parkson and Coastal Contracts.

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Brokerages still see upside for QL Resources

Local brokerages remain bullish about QL Resources Bhd over its Vietnam venture, which should boost future earnings, and expect more overseas greenfield investments.

Business

Pantech remains an analysts’ favourite

Analysts continue to favour Pantech Group Holdings Bhd for the stock's attractive valuation, robust earnings growth potential and its role as proxy to the upstream and downstream oil and gas (OG) construction upcycle.

Business

Better H2 seen for Bursa

Bursa Malaysia Bhd posted a poor set of financial results for the first quarter ended March 31 on weak investor sentiment but the performance still came in within analysts' expectations.

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Stock Watch

RCE Capital, Mudajaya and QL Resources: By SURAJ RAJ

Business

P.I.E. jumps on special dividends

P.I.E. Industrial Bhd was the fifth biggest gainer on Bursa Malaysia yesterday, its shares closing at RM5.30, up 25 sen from RM5.05 on Friday.