The Malaysian Ringgit has fallen significantly against the greenback, and Barclays expects the ringgit to weaken to as much as 5.0 by year-end. Read More . Given the movements in other currencies of its major trading partners, what will be the current fair value range of the Ringgit? Continue reading “What Is Fair?”
The current share price of Malaysian-listed egg producer, Teo Seng Capital Berhad (Teo Seng) has fallen to its 24-month low of RM0.99 as of morning session, 28 Nov 2016.
Malaysian-listed small cap Harbour-Link Group Berhad has seen its share price falling close to its 52-week low. Currently, it has a market cap of RM145 mil (or RM0.795 per share) and is also trading at undemanding trading multiples (P/E: 2.517x and P/B: 0.43x). Would we ever see a rebound in the share price of this company?
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it. Arnold H. Glasow
It appears there is a recent oversold position in one of the Malaysian-listed poultry stocks, Teo Seng Capital Berhad (TSCB). Is the oversold position justified?
On September 15, Maypak had announced that it received a takeover offer from Japan-based Taisei Lamick after a sale and purchase agreement entered between both parties in July to purchase a stake of 23.1 million shares became unconditional – read more. Would we see more of take-over exercises of similar packaging companies in Malaysia, given the weak Ringgit? Continue reading “Finding Value In Packaging Industry”
The share price of Malaysian-based Oriental Food Industries (OFI) has recently reached its low of slightly below RM1.40. Will it continue to decline?