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No plan for new bonds this year, says TNB

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) has no plans to issue new bonds this year, but instead will raise RM4.4bil by mid-2004 through the sale of its RM3.6bil Kapar power plant as well as stakes in several independent power producers, said chairman Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussain.

RM4.4b for TNB from stake sales

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) would have close to RM4.5bil in its coffers by the middle of next year from the sale of its minority stakes in independent power producers (IPPs), and that would be more than adequate to meet the company's RM1bil debt repayment commitment for the financial year ending Aug 31, 2004.

Strong demand for YTL Power placement shares

Tenaga Nasional Bhd's (TNB) placement of its minority stake in YTL Power International Bhd attracted strong demand from institutional investors ahead of YTL Power's dividend payout date.

Higher power demand helps TNB

HIGHER power consumption arising from accelerating economic growth may help ease concerns over the margin squeeze suffered by Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) as a result of increased operating costs.

RAM rating on Sesco Islamic debt reaffirmed

RATING Agency Malaysia Bhd (RAM) has reaffirmed the I>AA1/Irating assigned to Sarawak Electricity Supply Corp's (Sesco) RM605mil I>Al-Bai Bithaman Ajil/IIslamic debt securities.

More toll operators tapping PDS: RAM

THE recent revival of several road projects that had been stalled in the wake of the 1997/98 financial crises is expected to prompt more toll concessionaires to opt for private debt securities (PDS) in the near to intermediate future.

TNB posts RM1.7b pre-tax profit

INCREASED electricity sales due to steady economic growth saw Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) report a 13.6% jump in pre-tax profit to RM1.71bil for financial year ended Aug 31, 2003 from RM1.51bil a year ago.

But analysts aren’t too excited about the rally in oil gas stocks

EXPECTATIONS are that oil and gas companies are going to make tons of money and subsequently see their share price surge to stratospheric levels. This sort of outlook of an industry is, in a way, not new.

Sesco unlikely to lower tariffs anytime soon

The Sarawak Electricity Supply Corporation (Sesco) has clarified that it does not anticipate making any significant changes to its electricity tariffs over the next five to 10 years.

HSBC bridging the gap between Malaysia and India

HSBC operations in Malaysia and India are working together to encourage a greater flow of investments between the two countries.