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PETALING JAYA: Sasbadi Holdings Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary Sasbadi Sdn Bhd (SSB) has entered into two publishing agreements with the Malaysian Examination Council (MPM).
PETALING JAYA: Plantation companies are projected to show strong profit growth in the last quarter of 2016, on the back of the higher price of crude palm oil (CPO), although the sector’s rebound may not be enough to make up for what analysts see as another year of disappointing earnings for corporate Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: Analysts are upbeat about the earnings outlook of Sasbadi Holdings Bhd, a publisher of print and digital educational materials.
KUALA LUMPUR: AllianceDBS Research said Sasbadi Holdings Bhd’s latest results came within its expectations and remained positive on the publisher earnings prospects.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tasco, Cypark, Tenaga Nasional and Sasbadi are among the stocks which could attract trading interest on Wednesday after their corporate news and announcements, says JF Apex Research.
Breakfast briefing: Thursday, January 19
IN the Malaysian banking universe, it is a well-known fact that one financial institution stands out from the rest in terms of its valuation. Public Bank Bhd trades at a price-to-book ratio of 2.3 times. In fact, the bank has traded at an average of 3.1 times over the last 10 years. Other banks in Malaysia pale in comparison. The other five large banks in Malaysia trade at a price-to-book ratio range of between 0.8 times and 1.27 times. So, why the stark difference?
PETALING JAYA: RHB Research sees a possible re-rating for Paramount Corp Bhd given that earnings contribution from the education division will be more significant after the acquisition of REAL Education Group Sdn Bhd.
KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects Scanwolf, Sasbadi, Mudajaya, Sunsuria and NTPM to be among the stocks to watch on Monday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fund nibbling of Tenaga Nasional and Malayan Banking (Maybank) helped the FBM KLCI extend its gains while oil prices edged higher as OPEC and Russia agreed to cut back their output to steady oil prices.