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KPJ set to gain from opening of new hospitals

PETALING JAYA: KPJ Healthcare Bhd is set to see improved earnings going forward from the opening of new hospitals and resilient demand for quality private healthcare.


Naim’s new businesses to generate revenue streams

KUCHING: Property developer Naim Holdings Bhd’s venture into the hotel business and specialist healthcare services will soon generate new revenue streams for the group.


Kenanga maintains Market Perform on Hock Seng Lee, TP at RM1.40

KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga research maintained market perform on Hock Seng Lee Bhd with an unchanged target price of RM1.40 as its 1Q19 core net profit of RM14.1mil came within expectations.


Quick take: Hubline shares up 9% on aviation industry venture

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in Hubline Bhd gained 9% in early trade Thursday following its venture into aviation industry.


Hubline venturing into O&G air transportation

KUCHING: Hubline Bhd’s newly acquired aviation company Layang Layang Aerospace Sdn Bhd will buy eight more aircraft and venture into the air transportation service for the oil and gas (O&G) industry.


Hubline completes RM14.19mil acquisition of Layang Layang Aerospace

KUCHING: Hubline Bhd is moving into the aviation industry with the completion of its purchase of a 51% stake in Layang Layang Aerospace Sdn Bhd.


ParkCity, CapitaLand to launch JV

KUALA LUMPUR: ParkCity Property Holdings Sdn Bhd, the developer of Desa ParkCity, and Singapore-based CapitaLand Ltd has announced the impending launch of their first joint-venture development in Kuala Lumpur.


Harvey Norman goes to Miri

KUALA LUMPUR: Harvey Norman is here to stay, as the Australia-based retailer proceeds with an aggressive expansion plan to increase its footprint in the country.


KPJ to spend up to RM300mil on capex annually

JOHOR BARU: KPJ Healthcare Bhd, which is still bullish on the prospects of private healthcare in the country, will be allocating between RM200mil and RM300mil as capital expenditure (capex) yearly.


Analyst Reports

Tambun Indah Land, YTL Corp, Lafarge Malaysia and KPJ Healthcare.