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Contrarian view on plantation sector

IT IS not every day that an investment analyst borrows from the work of rock music icon Bob Dylan. So, when a local stockbroking house recently came out with a research report called I>The Times They Are A-Changing/I>, it is noteworthy.


Courts Mammoth closes higher on improved trading volume

ELECTRICAL products and furniture retailer Courts Mammoth Bhd#8217;s shares closed a further 9 sen higher at RM1.65 Monday on improved trading volume.


Mixed outlook for plantation sector

PROSPECTS for the plantation sector appear mixed in a scenario of rising palm oil stocks, seasonally low production, and firm outlook for exports and prices.


CPO prices to remain strong till end-2007

The resurgence of crude palm oil (CPO) prices, which boosted plantation counters in the past trading week, is likely to continue until end-2007.


US fund buys 4.09mil Gamuda shares

US-based fund FMR LLC FIL Ltd's nominees bought 4.09 million Gamuda shares on March 28, according to a filing with Bursa Malaysia.


US-based fund buys 4 million Gamuda shares

US-based fund FMR LLC FIL Ltd's nominees acquired 4.09 million Gamuda shares last Friday, according to a filing with Bursa Malaysia.


Underweight on palm oil

Analysts are maintaining their 'Underweight' call on the plantation sector and are keeping their crude palm oil (CPO) price assumptions of RM3,000 per tonne for next year and RM2,800 in 2010.


CPO futures dip below RM2,000

After almost two years of largely exciting gains, crude palm oil (CPO) futures dipped below the RM2,000 per tonne-mark yesterday for the first time since late March 2007, and analysts are expecting it to go lower.


Price of DRAM chips to continue uptrend in the short term

The price of the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips, a benchmark chip which jumped 27% in a single trading day in Taiwan on Monday, is expected to continue its uptrend in the short term, analysts said.


Windfall taxes again for oil palm companies?

Oil palm plantation companies in Peninsular Malaysia could start paying windfall taxes again in May and June should the average price of crude palm oil (CPO) touch RM2,500 per tonne this month.