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Downstream palm project may affect KLK’s dividend payout

PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd's (KLK) near-term dividend payout could be affected in light of its RM706mil investment in downstream palm oil projects under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), according to analysts.


OSK: Selldown in Public Bank overdone

Public Bank Bhd has lost about RM7bil in market value over the past month amid continued selling pressure.


Banks able to pay higher dividends after relaxation of reserve fund rules

PETALING JAYA: Shareholders of banks with strong capital ratios stand a better chance of being rewarded with higher dividends following Bank Negara’s move last week to scrape the requirement for reserve fund.


Play it again, SAM

THE growth in dividends being paid out by Sam Engineering & Equipment (M) Bhd (SAM Engineering), one of the few component manufacturers for the airline industry, has attracted increasing interest by investors locally and abroad.


Magnum shares down on a mixture of bad news

PETALING JAYA: A mixture of bad news – comprising its poorer-than-expected results, a potentially fat tax bill of RM476.4mil and no interim dividends – continued to weigh down on the share price of Magnum Bhd

Analyst Reports

Kerjaya Prospek 'buy',SPH 'sell', Eita 'add', Aeon 'hold'

IN spite of the sluggish property sector, Kerjaya was able to replenish its order book by RM1.5bil in 2016. UOB Kay Hian assumes an order book replenishment rate of RM1bil for 2017 compared with the management’s modest target of RM800mil.


Public Bank shares hit new highs

Shares of Public Bank Bhd rose to new highs yesterday on strong buying interest after the bank announced a record net profit and its best-ever dividend payout for the year ended Dec 31, 2004.---------------------------------------------


BToto still a defensive play

Aseambankers Equity Research is maintaining a Buy call on Berjaya Sports Toto Bhd (BToto) as the company is still a defensive play with attractive dividend yield and good trading liquidity