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Kim Hin ripe for the picking

Online investment advisor on Kim Hin saying as we watch the sharp re-rating of property stocks amid improved industry prospects and market sentiment, the weakness of tiles manufacturer, Kim Hin (RM2.32), caught our attention. From the beginning of the month, the share price rose only about 4%, lagging way behind the Composite Index (CI)'s 8% ascent. Let's take a closer look.


CPO prices can hit RM1,800 this week

CRUDE palm oil (CPO) prices could hit RM1,800 per tonne this week if they continue to track the rally in soy oil on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) on expectations of tight supply and lower stocks in the world's major oils and fats markets.


Road Builder forecasts 250,000 vehicles will use NPE daily

ROAD Builder Holdings Bhd's wholly-owned subsidiary New Pantai Expressway Sdn Bhd (NPE), which is about to finish construction of the 19.6km New Pantai Highway, has forecast a daily traffic of 250,000 vehicles when the highway is completed in March next year.


Economist: Better bond market ahead

ENCOURAGING economic data and the country#039;s recovery will revive interest in high-yielding corporate debt issues, according to Aseambankers head of fixed income research and economist Baljeet Grewal.


Early, higher Hume dividend likely

Online investment advisor on prospects for Hume saying based on our latest understanding, there is a good possibility that Hume Industries (Hume) (RM4.24) may be revising its dividend policy such that its first interim dividend will be declared in November for payment in December.


CPO prices likely to trend lower

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash Tin.


US investment banks post strong Q3 profit increase

US investment banks Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc have reported third-quarter profits that were more than double those a year ago, while earnings at rival Goldman Sachs Group Inc increased more modestly as revenue from bond trading fell sharply.


MUI moves to cut RM3.5b debts

DIVERSIFIED and asset-rich Malayan United Industries Bhd (MUI) has announced a bold plan to reduce its debts, which stood at RM3.5bil at the end of 2002.


Hotels expect to maintain profit: IGB chief exec

IGB Corp Bhd expects its hotel division to maintain the level of profitability this year, according to the division's chief executive officer Tan Boon Lee.


MISC sets sail to a new beginning

Online investment advisor on MISC.