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Analysts: Many pleasant surprises in store

BUDGET 2007 held many pleasant surprises for the investing community, among them a reduction in the corporate tax rate and an unprecedented gross development expenditure of RM44.5bil.


Record-setting heavyweights lift KLCI

Several big-cap stocks on Bursa Malaysia rose to record highs on Friday and pushed the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) to its highest level since August last year.


A more lively Malaysian market

WHILE this has generally been a lacklustre year in the stock market, selected stocks among government-linked companies (GLCs), and in plantations, technology and oil and gas (OG) sectors have become its leading lights.


PECD stands out in construction sector

PECD Bhd remains outside the radar of most analysts despite its ability to clinch some sizeable projects. Its order book currently stands at some RM1.6bil, of which 60% is from overseas.


Oil & gas boost for Genting

GENTING Bhd's increased interest in exploration activities in the oil and gas sector is seen as a new growth area for the group as well as a means to further diversify its earnings base.



Izwan Idris highlights on: Digi.Com, GA Blue, Eksons, Jaks and Lii Hen.


Dreamgate set to be ace in gaming

Mesdaq-bound gaming solutions provider Dreamgate Corp Bhd is set to be a winner in the Asian gaming sector.


KL market gains 11 points on improving outlook

THE Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) rose the sharpest in more than a month yesterday, buoyed by an improving outlook for the local equity market and big gains elsewhere in the region.


SP Setia set to meet RM150m profit target

SP SETIA Bhd is on track to achieve consensus net profit target of RM150mil for the fiscal period ending Oct 31, based on its strong performance year-to-date.


UMW plan for two new vehicles to drive sales up

UMW Holdings Bhd's plan to introduce a new multipurpose vehicle (MPV) this year and a sports utility vehicle (SUV) next year under the I>Toyota/Imarque will widen the group's product range and eventually boost sales, said KN Kenanga Research in its analysis on the motoring group.