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YTL cements its position

YTL Corp Bhd’s acquisition of a 51% controlling stake in Lafarge Malaysia Bhd has lit up an otherwise dreary merger and acquisition scene in Malaysia.

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Oversupply and weak demand still plague cement industry

IT IS unlikely that the cement industry would make a comeback anytime soon, as the sector is still being hit by the state of oversupply and weak domestic demand.


Technical weakness extends gloom

REVIEW: The FBM KLCI made little headway over the Labour Day-shortened week as it traded within a narrow range with little inspiration for gains.


Positive data lifts KLCI out of the red

KUALA LUMPUR: Positive March trade data and encouraging news from Axiata provided some relief to the market on Friday, increasing investors' risk appetite as the FBM KLCI reversed out of it early losses.


Lacklustre start for Bursa as banks weigh

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips got off to a lacklustre start on Friday, continuing from the previous day in the absence of strong leads, with Hong Leong Bank and Public Bank weighing on the FBM KLCI.


Trading ideas: YTL Corp, Lafarge Malaysia, Destini, GHL Systems, Pasdec and YFG

KUALA LUMPUR: Investors may be turning their attention to YTL Corp, Lafarge Malaysia, Destini, GHL Systems, Pasdec and YFG in Friday trading.


YTL purchase of Lafarge strategically positive, says CIMB Research

KUALA LUMPUR: YTL Corp subsidiary YTL Cement’s offer to acquire LafargeHolcim Ltd’s 51% stake in Lafarge Malaysia for RM1.6bil cash (RM3.75 a share) is strategically positive but poses immediate earnings dilution, CIMB Equities Research says.


YTL buys rival Lafarge Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: In a corporate move that will see further consolidation of the local cement industry, YTL Corp Bhd has sealed a deal to acquire LafargeHolcim’s entire 51% stake in Lafarge Malaysia Bhd (LMB) for US$396mil (RM1.625bil).


Weak closing for KLCI, cement players surge

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips ended the first trading day of May in the red on losses by Digi, Press Metal and Sime Plantation amid a weaker broader market, tracking the key Asian markets.


YTL Corp makes mandatory offer for Lafarge Malaysia at RM3.75

KUALA LUMPUR: YTL Corp is making a mandatory offer (MO) for the remaining shares in Lafarge Malaysia Bhd following its acquisition of a 51% stake in the cement maker from its parent company.