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KUALA LUMPUR: Stocks to watch for on Tuesday include, KPower, IJM Corp, Top Glove, Aneka Jaringan, Kerjaya Prospek, Gamuda, IGB REIT, AirAsia X, Yong Tai, Kanger International, Computer Forms and FCW Holdings, according to JF Apex Research.KUALA LUMPUR: Stocks to watch for on Tuesday include, KPower, IJM Corp, Top Glove, Aneka Jaringan, Kerjaya Prospek, Gamuda, IGB REIT, AirAsia X, Yong Tai, Kanger International, Computer Forms and FCW Holdings, according to JF Apex Research. KPower has secured four EPCC contracts with a total value of approximately RM510mil in Pahang and Perak. IJM Corp clarified that it has not received "any formal proposal or offer from any party expressing interest for a corporate merger" at this juncture. Top Glove has resolved all 11 International Labour Organization (ILO) indicators of forced labour, noting that the resolution of the 11 ILO indicators of forced labour was verified by independent international UK consultant Impactt Ltd in its report dated April 22. Aneka Jaringan has secured a RM77.8mil subcontract for the construction of West Coast Expressway from IJM Construction Sdn Bhd. Kerjaya Prospek and Gamuda has won a RM202.6mil contract from E&O to build a sea link between Jalan Gurney and the Seri Tanjung Pinang (phase two) development (STP2 Island). IGB REIT’s 1QFY21 net property income fell 36% yoy largely due to lower car park income and higher allowance for impairment of trade receivables as a result of Covid-19. AirAsia X, which is planning a RM500mil fundraising exercise, intends to provide a steeper discount to its rights issue price to encourage the take-up of the cash call. The board intends to fix the rights issue price at an indicative discount of between 30% and 55% to the theoretical ex-all price of AAX shares. Yong Tai said its healthcare subsidiary has obtained the approval from the Ministry of Health's Medical Review & Ethics Committee for its Phase III clinical trial study of inactivated Covid-19 trial vaccines in Malaysia, involving 3,000 subjects. Kanger International is buying a 51% stake in building materials supplier Sung Master Holdings Sdn Bhd for RM94.8mil, which will be satisfied by a combination of cash of RM52mil and the issuance of 713.2 million new Kanger shares at six sen apiece for the remaining RM42.8mil. Computer Forms has proposed to sell four parcels of land in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur to FCW Holdings for a total of RM91.1mil.
KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd plans to re-hire the employees it had to retrench last year once the airline business starts to pick up.
After an illustrious aviation career, Capt Lim sets sights on legal industry.
PETALING JAYA: AirAsia is appealing to 450,000 of its customers to “be patient” even as the airline has promised to honour refunds to those who bought tickets in advance, but were unable to fly due to the pandemic. AirAsia founder Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said that while the situation wasn’t “good” at the moment, he believed the airline would slowly get back on its feet.
PETALING JAYA: AirAsia has promised that it would honour refund requests, although it has requested for more time do so.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s anti-monopoly authority, which has slapped over RM160mil in penalties against companies, is now focusing its investigations on bid-rigging in government tenders worth billions of ringgit.
KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd, which saw the emergence of Stanley Choi Chiu Fai as its new substantial shareholder, fell at midday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended the day in negative territory as traders continued to take profits, marking a second straight day of losses.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI held on to its early lead as it entered the lunch break following a growth-inspired commodities rally.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in AirAsia Group Bhd jumped over 13% in active trade this morning following the emergence of Stanley Choi Chiu Fai as a new substantial shareholder in the carrier.