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UOB Kay Hian Research cautious over surge in cement companies' prices

KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research has cautioned investors the surge in share prices of cement companies amid speculation of cement prices rising by up to RM80 a tonne (40%) as “unwarranted”.

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CIMB Research cautious on auto sector but DRB-Hicom top pick

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research retains its Underweight outlook for the Malaysian automobile sector as the weak consumer sentiment has seen buyers refraining from spending on big ticket items.


Affin Research maintains Underweight on Malaysian automobile sector

KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Investment Research is maintaining its Underweight outlook on the Malaysian automotive sector due to the lack of earnings catalysts.


Nomura bullish on Asian equities

Nomura Holdings Inc is bullish on Asian equities but has an underweight call on Asean including Malaysia for now.


Neutral to underweight outlook for banking sector

KUALA LUMPUR: Brokerages have maintained the banking sector outlook at neutral to underweight, given the slowing economic prospects against faltering economies in the eurozone.


General election the main factor for M'sian market in 2012

PETALING JAYA: External headwinds will not take centre stage as the market enters 2012, giving way to domestic affairs like the general election (GE) to take precedence.


Cepatwawasan falls after hitting new high

CEPATWAWASAN Group Bhd shares hit a new high of RM2.47 yesterday but succumbed to profit-taking later in the day to close nine sen lower at RM2.18. But even at that level, the price of the stock was 269% higher than the 59 sen it touched exactly a year ago.


Neutral to underweight outlook for plantation

DESPITE the current steady spot crude palm oil (CPO) price above RM1,800 per tonne, several research houses are downgrading their plantation sector outlook this year to either neutral or underweight from its overweight position previously.