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SO what are the stocks in the construction sector that are ranked among the favourites of analysts and fund managers alike?
THE local stock market appears to be finally playing catch-up with its regional peers which had chalked up substantially higher gains last year. Some analysts in fact expect the KL market to turn from a laggard to a high-flying performer this year.
THE KLSE Composite Index (CI) made a strong 17.6-point surge yesterday to close above 845 points on an optimistic remark by a deputy minister that Malaysia had posted a stronger-than-expected gross domestic product (GDP) growth last year.
ASIA, excluding Japan, has maintained strong relative positioning within the global Shareholder Performance Index (SPI), with many examples including Kookmin Bank (SPI 212) and Maybank Group (SPI 156), said consulting firm Mercer Oliver Wyman (MOW).
DESPITE posting strong gains so far this year, the MSEB Composite Index (CI) may continue to lag its regional counterparts in 2004 in performance unless big-cap stocks start to move, according to market analysts.
THE postponement of the RM14.5bil railway double-tracking project does not mean the government would stop spending on new infrastructure projects or that construction activities in the country would come to a halt, say analysts who maintain a positive outlook for the sector.