Monday, January 31, 2011

RON97 and kerosene up 10 sen per litre from midnight

The prices of RON97 petrol and kerosene will be increased by 10 sen respectively effective midnight, said Petrol Dealers Association of Malaysia (PDAM) president Hashim Othman.

Source: Malaysiakini, 31 Jan 2011

Bursa Malaysia: Stay away from the market till after CNY

Big money trying to dip the share so that the weak share investor holder will sale they share since CNY is in this week. To have a good holiday, better stay away from market.

Bursa Malaysia: Plantations sector a 'trading buy' at CIMB

Crude palm oil prices may fall in the short term on concern that unrest in Egypt may weaken import demand and prompt traders to liquidate their speculative positions, CIMB Investment Bank Bhd said in report today.

The plantations sector was maintained as a 'trading buy' because the impact is expected to be temporary, according to the report. -- Bloomberg

Bursa Malaysia: Glomac rides on niche projects

PETALING JAYA: Glomac Bhd, a medium-sized property outfit, is on an exciting growth path as it undertakes more niche developments with fast turnaround time in Greater Kuala Lumpur.
The company has a broad range of affordable to higher-end projects. Its 13 ongoing projects include townships in Sungai Buloh and Rawang in Selangor and in Kota Tinggi, Johor, as well as some niche residential and commercial projects in Greater Kuala Lumpur.
For the six months ended Oct 31, 2010, its revenue surged 98.5% to RM267.2mil while pre-tax profit rose 87.5% to RM61.5mil. Net profit attributable to shareholders grew 78.4% to RM31.4mil.
Some of the completed units at Suria Residen, a low-density, gated housing developed by Glomac in Cheras.
In a recent note, ECM Libra Research said Glomac was on the brink of higher earnings and land bank.
An analyst with a local brokerage concurred, saying the company could look forward to strong double-digit growth of at least 30% over the next three years.
As at end-October 2010, Glomac has unbilled sales of RM572mil, which will be one of its key earnings growth drivers, going forward.
For the financial year ending April 30, 2011, Glomac has set a sales target of about RM500mil.
Going forward, the company can look forward to growing contribution from some of its key ongoing projects like Glomac Tower, Glomac Damansara, Glomac Cyberjaya and Bandar Saujana Utama.
Glomac Damansara Residences, a 2-tower serviced apartment project with an estimated GDV of RM240mil, is set for soft launch in the middle of next month.
Other projects earmarked for launch over the next 12 months will have a combined GDV in excess of RM1bil.
Suria Stonor being developed by Glomac in Kuala Lumpur.
These include a boutique mall in Glomac Damansara with an estimated GDV of RM145mil, Glomac Al Batha Mutiara serviced apartments (RM250mil) and Glomac Utama, a mixed development within the vicinity of Bandar Utama (RM400mil).
One of Glomac's core strategies is to acquire land bank that offers potential for prime and sizeable greenfield developments in Greater KL.
Its recent acquisitions include a 200-acre parcel in Puchong and seven acres in Cyberjaya.
The Puchong land, purchased at RM8.84 per sq ft, has a potential GDV of RM800mil. Glomac will start developing it in about 12 months and the project will comprise terrace and semi-detached houses as well as villa apartments.
The seven acres of commercial land in Cyberjaya were purchased at RM90 per sq ft.
The mixed commercial project planned for this year will have an estimated GDV of RM250mil. It will be an extension of the ongoing Glomac Cyberjaya project launched about two years ago.
Glomac was founded in 1988 by two entrepreneurs, Tan Sri FD Mansorand Datuk Richard Fong.
The company was listed on Bursa Malaysia main board on June 13, 2000. In 2003, it received ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Glomac has completed about 15,000 residential and commercial units with sales totalling RM4bil. It has also completed 5.4 million sq ft of commercial space.
The completed high-end residential developments include gated-and-guarded communities of Aman Suria Damansara in Petaling Jaya, Lakeside Residences in Puchong and Suria Residen, Cheras.
Suria Stonor, a luxury condominium in the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is Glomac's jewel in the crown.
In late 2007, Glomac acquired a 1.3-acre site opposite Petronas Twin Towers and developed it into Glomac Tower, the company's first commercial high-rise project in Kuala Lumpur.
Artist’s impressions of Glomac Tower.
Glomac Tower, a grade A commercial building, has been sold en-bloc at a record price of RM1,120 per sq ft. The project will be completed in the middle of this year.
In 2006, Glomac made two overseas investments. They comprised an office building with car parking lots in Melbourne and a “built-to-suit” warehouse in Bangkok. Both are contributing steady rental yields to the group.
Glomac is now helmed by Datuk FD Iskandar, who is group managing director-cum-chief excutive officer.
The group comprises about 40 subsidiaries involved in every facet of real estate business including property development, property investment, construction, property management and car park management.

All eyes and ears on second MRT

KUALA LUMPUR: The second mass rapid transit (MRT) line, which circles the Kuala Lumpur city centre (KLCC) orbital and known as the “circle line”, is already in the final planning stage.
The details are expected to be announced in March.
“Its alignment must depict the current and future business districts in Kuala Lumpur,” said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department and chief executive officer of Pemandu Datuk Seri Idris Jala during an Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) update to analysts and fund managers recently.
In the longer term, a third line to Port Klang was being comtemplated, he said. The circle line is expected to cover the hotspots surrounding the KLCC, Jalan Bukit Bintang, the new Kuala Lumpur International Financial District in Dataran Perdana, KL Ecocity, Pusat Bandar Damansara and Sentul, among others.
Meanwhile, the “blue line” the first line which is a 50km alignment that covers Sungai Buloh to Kajang, via Pusat Bandar Damansara and Bukit Bintang is slated for completion in 2016. The network of all the three MRT lines will be fully operational by 2020.
“Greater KL now has a population of 6 million people. By 2020, we will have 10 million people. If we don't have the MRT, the city will be choked. Right now, nearly everybody drives. This is not sustainable,” said Idris.
He added that currently 13% of people commuted using urban transportation. Under the ETP, Idris said this should increase to 50%, adding that the funding structure for the MRT would be disclosed by end-February.
“Apart from reducing travelling time, the MRT will also cause property prices to appreciate because of better accessibility. If your house is near the MRT station, prices will go up because of the commercialisation created around the area,” said Idris.
Some analysts are wary of the ambitious plans laid out by Pemandu.
“As usual, it's a case of execution. Will the Government be able to actually implement the project? We'll need to see it being done to believe it. More importantly, how is the Government going to fund this project?” asked a construction analyst.
Another analyst said the Government was likely to reduce cost by getting developers to co-fund some of the MRT stations.
On implementation, he said that Pemandu would have learnt from past lessons of the LRT, monorail and commuter train.
Some brokers have notably been able to analyse the impact of the proposed MRT comprehensively.
In a Malaysia Market Strategy Report titled “Property boom-boom” released on Jan 26, global investment bank UBS' head of research Chris Oh said Malaysia was set to enjoy improved connectivity in the coming years with the proposed infrastructure rollout of the MRT system and possible high-speed rail linkage between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
He said the MRT captured the imagination of the people, developers and investors. He expects property value around a radius of 20km of the city centre to rise significantly.
The preference would be on developers who have vast landbank with high-density mixed development around MRT stations.
“Interest in Malaysian property will be fuelled by foreigners looking out for higher returns (via undervalued currency and low entry costs) than their home countries (Singapore and Hong Kong) and the absence of significant restrictions on property ownership by foreigners,” said Oh.
Singapore-based DBS Research was the first to issue a property sector report titled “Entering a Golden Era” on Jan 14, analysing the impact of MRT on the property sector.
The analyst, Yee Mei Hui, said: “The MRT system is expected to be a structural catalyst for the rise in value of the real estate surrounding MRT stations.”
In the report, the firm was projecting boldly that land values in MRT hot spots could jump by up to six-fold over the next five years.
She said the MRT would have a strong structural impact on the Kuala Lumpur real estate, given that the KL city had been under-invested since the last wave of mega-projects in the late 1990s.
The new MRT will create new opportunities for high-density mixed developments, urban renewal and new suburban townships.
In turn, this has boosted the potential for land prices to reach new peaks with higher plot ratios and more commercial developments. Other than existing prime areas, she identified KL Ecocity, Pusat Bandar Damansara and Sentul as new locations for high-density developments to watch out for.
Source: Star Online 31 Jan 2011

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Rekindled interest in tin

IT has been a major struggle for tin to regain its ground after experiencing a sharp fall in prices in mid-1980s which was intensified by the collapse of the International Tin Agreement due to the International Tin Council debt crisis.
After more than two decades, tin is making a strong comeback in terms of pricing as well as in the new applications especially with the growing lead-free awareness campaign among world food packaging companies.
The commodity is also experiencing a tight supply situation given the availability of very few new tin mines globally. As of October last year, the world commercial refined tin stockpile has dropped to 32,266 tonnes from 47,561 tonnes in 2009.
Major price catalyst for tin this year is expected to come from continued strong demand from the automotive and construction sectors in China and India.
Muhammad Nor Muhammad says there will be major changes in the domestic tin industry this year.
At current record price of US$29,200 per tonne compared with US$4,338 to US$4,483 per tonne in 2001, tin has captured the interest of many Malaysians and foreign mining companies.
Malaysian Chamber of Minesexecutive director Muhammad Nor Muhammad tells StarBizWeekthere will be major changes in the domestic tin industry this year as the Perak state government has issued exploration licences, prospecting permits, tin mining leases and renewals.
“This is a positive move and we hope other mineral-rich states like Selangor, Pahang as well as Sabah and Sarawak will undertake similar moves.”
While the famous Kinta Valley in Perak may no longer have plenty of tin deposits left, new areas are being explored like Pengkalan Ulu in Grik for the mineral.
Ho Wah Genting Bhd, via its subsidiary HWG Mining Sdn Bhd, is expected to commence its tin ore mining in Pengkalan Ulu after the Chinese New Year next month, says Muhammad. The company is expected to produce some 2,000 tonnes of tin ore a year.
However, MSC-owned Rahman Hydraulic Tin Sdn Bhd which secured its tin mining concession in Grik from the Perak state government in 2007 for 10 years, will be still be the largest tin producer in the country with a capacity of over 2,000 tonnes annually - two-thirds of the country's production.
“It would be good if the Selangor state were to consider reopening tin mining areas in Dengkil and Batang Berjuntai,” Muhammad says.
The major users of tin include those in solder, tinplate and pewter sectors.
According to the Department of Minerals and Geoscience, Malaysia has 31 tin mines in operation producing a total of 2,410 tonnes as at end-2009. Apart from tin mining, Muhammad Nor says that there are plenty of mining opportunities in Pahang, Malacca and Negri Sembilan which have pockets of iron ore deposits.
William Teo is aiming for a compounded annual growth of 20% from the tin ore mining division for the next three years.
While Sabah and Sarawak may not have tin deposits, the states are believed to be rich in copper, gold and coal. Ho Wah Gentingmanaging director William Teo says he is aiming for a compounded annual growth of 20% from the company's tin ore mining division for the next three years.
Its subsidiary HWG Tin Mining was awarded with a 10-year mining lease in 2008 to mine tin and other minerals on 202ha.
According to Teo, the group's revenue, which is mainly from its wire and cable business, will soon be derived from tin ore mining in financial year ending Dec 31, 2011.
The company expects a higher profit margin from tin ore mining as the cost to extract one tonne of tin ore was about US$7,000 compared with the current tin price of about US$29,000 a tonne.

Bursa Malaysia: Stock Dividends 2011

Announce DateStock NameSubjectOpening Price*Current Price**DividendEx Date
28/01/2011HAIOFirst Interim Dividend2.652.65RM 0.0223/02/2011
28/01/2011GABInterim Dividend9.639.63RM 0.129/03/2011
28/01/2011KWANTASFirst and Final Dividend1.881.88RM 0.0221/02/2011
28/01/2011AHPIncome Distribution1.011.01RM 0.03617/02/2011
28/01/2011P&OFirst Interim Dividend0.8650.88RM 0.00616/02/2011
28/01/2011DIGIInterim Dividend25.3025.30RM 0.4324/02/2011
27/01/2011FAJARInterim Dividend1.131.2012%24/02/2011
27/01/2011MELATIFirst and Final Dividend1.201.22RM 0.01501/03/2011
27/01/2011FIAMMAFinal Dividend0.8750.995.5%10/03/2011
26/01/2011SUNREITIncome Distribution1.021.05RM 0.017511/02/2011
26/01/2011ZHULIANInterim Dividend1.741.75RM 0.0316/02/2011
26/01/2011BSDREITIncome Distribution1.451.46RM 0.06210/02/2011
26/01/2011SPSETIAFinal Dividend6.266.42RM 0.1414/03/2011
26/01/2011PANTECHInterim Dividend0.660.665RM 0.00607/03/2011
26/01/2011CIHLDGInterim Dividend3.513.55RM 0.0511/02/2011
25/01/2011ATRIUMIncome Distribution1.041.04RM 0.02210/02/2011
25/01/2011PBBANKSecond interim dividend13.3413.4033%10/02/2011
25/01/2011PBBANK-O1Second interim dividend13.4013.4033%10/02/2011
24/01/2011SAPRESSpecial Dividend1.081.23RM 0.093509/02/2011
21/01/2011CMMTIncome Distribution1.101.11RM 0.03407/02/2011
21/01/2011AFGSecond interim dividend3.243.21RM 0.03711/02/2011
21/01/2011QCAPITAIncome Distribution1.101.14RM 0.041809/02/2011
19/01/2011CNOUHUAInterim Dividend0.6750.665RM 0.0216/02/2011
19/01/2011UMLANDInterim Dividend1.851.82RM 0.02502/02/2011
19/01/2011KAFInterim Dividend1.541.53RM 0.07502/02/2011
18/01/2011STAREITIncome Distribution0.880.88RM 0.03286502/02/2011
17/01/2011AXREITIncome Distribution2.382.40RM 0.052531/01/2011
14/01/2011UOAREITIncome Distribution1.521.48RM 0.048231/01/2011
14/01/2011TWSFirst Interim Dividend7.467.2020%31/01/2011
13/01/2011ADVPKGInterim Dividend1.391.374%27/01/2011
13/01/2011PADINIFirst Interim Dividend1.191.18RM 0.0231/01/2011
13/01/2011SEGSpecial Dividend2.722.77RM 0.1427/01/2011
13/01/2011GOPENGSpecial Dividend1.290.97RM 0.3527/01/2011
12/01/2011EVERGRNInterim Dividend1.501.41RM 0.01526/01/2011
11/01/2011LPISecond interim dividend14.0613.10RM 0.4524/01/2011
10/01/2011KENCANAFirst and Final Dividend2.662.555%24/01/2011
07/01/2011FBMKLCI-EAIncome Distribution1.5751.535RM 0.017526/01/2011
06/01/2011POHKONGFirst and Final Dividend0.500.48RM 0.01409/02/2011
06/01/2011TEOSENGInterim Dividend0.440.474.25%19/01/2011
05/01/2011ASTINOFinal Dividend0.650.69RM 0.021210/02/2011
05/01/2011ASTINOSpecial Dividend0.650.69RM 0.012510/02/2011
03/01/2011NVMULTISpecial Dividend0.740.29RM 0.53513/01/2011
30/12/2010ABFMY1Income Distribution (Amended Announcement)1.0621.087RM 0.0214/01/2011
30/12/2010ANALABSInterim Dividend1.621.62RM 0.0524/02/2011
30/12/2010ORIENTInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)5.565.303%29/12/2010
30/12/2010LIIHENInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.161.212%29/12/2010
30/12/2010FACBINDFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.6050.624%29/12/2010
30/12/2010LIONFIBSpecial Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.981.86RM 0.230/12/2010
30/12/2010LIONFIBSpecial Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.981.86RM 0.130/12/2010
30/12/2010PANAMYInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)18.5018.38RM 0.1529/12/2010
30/12/2010RUBEREXFirst Interim Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.8150.82RM 0.02530/12/2010
30/12/2010SCNWOLFFirst Interim Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.3850.405RM 0.0129/12/2010
30/12/2010FREIGHTFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.9751.07RM 0.02529/12/2010
30/12/2010NOTIONInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.751.99RM 0.04529/12/2010
30/12/2010UCHITECInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.291.30RM 0.0529/12/2010
30/12/2010KPJInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)3.743.81RM 0.03529/12/2010
30/12/2010MBLInterim Dividend0.6150.57RM 0.01512/01/2011
30/12/2010KASSETSInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)3.233.827.5%29/12/2010
30/12/2010PRTASCOFirst Interim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.101.15RM 0.0529/12/2010
30/12/2010MALTONFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.740.7351.5%29/12/2010
30/12/2010UMWInterim Dividend7.087.17RM 0.13517/01/2011
30/12/2010PJDEVFirst and Final Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.780.815%30/12/2010
30/12/2010LATITUDFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.721.67RM 0.0729/12/2010
30/12/2010CCKFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.730.72RM 0.0329/12/2010
30/12/2010CHINTEKFirst Interim Dividend (Amended Announcement)8.788.6118%03/01/2011
30/12/2010HUNZPTYFinal Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.671.70RM 0.05603/01/2011
29/12/2010VSInterim Dividend2.081.89RM 0.0216/02/2011
29/12/2010CRESNDOSecond interim dividend1.311.452%18/01/2011
27/12/2010ABFMY1Income Distribution (Amended Announcement)1.0621.087RM 0.0212/01/2011
24/12/2010HTPADUInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)
23/12/2010ABFMY1Income Distribution1.0621.087RM 0.0212/01/2011
23/12/2010KONSORTSecond interim dividend1.531.44RM 0.1706/01/2011
23/12/2010F&NFinal Dividend14.8415.10RM 0.3827/01/2011
22/12/2010HTPADUInterim Dividend1.211.166.7%03/01/2011
21/12/2010KHINDInterim Dividend1.451.549%18/01/2011
21/12/2010JCYInterim Dividend0.770.77RM 0.007504/01/2011
21/12/2010PLBFirst and Final Dividend0.960.9451.5%23/02/2011
20/12/2010LIONFIBSpecial Dividend2.051.86RM 0.130/12/2010
20/12/2010LIONFIBSpecial Dividend2.051.86RM 0.230/12/2010
20/12/2010SINDORAInterim Dividend1.881.805%18/01/2011
17/12/2010KOBAYFirst and Final Dividend0.6950.735RM 0.01527/01/2011
17/12/2010GAMUDAFirst Interim Dividend3.733.83RM 0.0613/01/2011
17/12/2010KAMDARFirst Interim Dividend0.340.412%19/01/2011
17/12/2010CHINTEKFirst Interim Dividend8.708.6118%31/12/2010
16/12/2010UMCCAInterim Dividend7.077.01RM 0.07503/01/2011
16/12/2010UCHITECInterim Dividend1.331.30RM 0.0529/12/2010
16/12/2010MYETFDJIncome Distribution0.9330.947RM 0.0106/01/2011
15/12/2010TEXCHEMSecond interim dividend0.860.822%03/01/2011
10/12/2010BJTOTOInterim Dividend4.224.20RM 0.0414/01/2011
10/12/2010NYLEXFinal Dividend0.700.701 : 3223/12/2010
10/12/2010KULIMInterim Dividend12.4813.1215%04/01/2011
10/12/2010KULIMSpecial Dividend12.4813.1285%04/01/2011
10/12/2010CHINWELInterim Dividend1.191.282%05/01/2011
09/12/2010SURIAInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.852.26RM 0.0206/12/2010
09/12/2010VSFinal Dividend1.791.89RM 0.0512/01/2011
09/12/2010ORIENTInterim Dividend5.605.303%29/12/2010
08/12/2010PARAMONSpecial Dividend4.784.69RM 0.421/12/2010
08/12/2010CUSCAPISecond interim dividend0.200.265RM 0.01321/12/2010
08/12/2010WTHORSEInterim Dividend1.921.937%03/01/2011
08/12/2010ATLANInterim Dividend3.163.302%21/12/2010
06/12/2010ENGKAHInterim Dividend2.682.58RM 0.037518/01/2011
03/12/2010SHHFirst and Final Dividend0.480.482%21/12/2010
03/12/2010DFZInterim Dividend3.723.625%17/12/2010
01/12/2010PETGASInterim Dividend11.1411.20RM 0.1513/12/2010
01/12/2010SAPINDFirst Interim Dividend0.991.10RM 0.1414/12/2010
01/12/2010MWEInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.111.205%21/12/2010
01/12/2010CEPATInterim Dividend1.271.38RM 0.0115/12/2010
01/12/2010TWSPLNTFirst Interim Dividend2.503.10RM 0.0514/12/2010
30/11/2010SUNZENInterim Dividend0.230.2056%14/12/2010
30/11/2010EFFICENFirst Interim Dividend0.1850.1751.5%16/12/2010
30/11/2010MAMEEInterim Dividend3.503.56RM 0.0615/12/2010
30/11/2010VITROXInterim Dividend1.251.35RM 0.0316/12/2010
30/11/2010MAXISInterim Dividend5.305.32RM 0.0814/12/2010
30/11/2010KPJInterim Dividend3.713.81RM 0.03529/12/2010
29/11/2010PANAMYInterim Dividend18.7018.38RM 0.1529/12/2010
29/11/2010LMCEMNTInterim Dividend7.977.76RM 0.0821/12/2010
29/11/2010GMUTUALInterim Dividend0.2450.2651%14/12/2010
29/11/2010DLADYInterim Dividend17.8416.66RM 0.513/12/2010
29/11/2010HINGYAPFinal Dividend1.691.5710%09/02/2011
29/11/2010M3TECHInterim Dividend0.180.175%27/12/2010
29/11/2010AIRPORTInterim Dividend6.016.13RM 0.0813/12/2010
29/11/2010GREENYBFinal Dividend0.370.455RM 0.0205/01/2011
29/11/20103AInterim Dividend1.581.626%21/12/2010
29/11/2010BKAWANFinal Dividend15.7016.64RM 0.522/02/2011
29/11/2010HUPSENGInterim Dividend1.881.83RM 0.0713/12/2010
29/11/2010KLKFinal Dividend20.0021.34RM 0.4522/02/2011
29/11/2010BSTEADInterim Dividend5.295.64RM 0.1214/12/2010
26/11/2010TAANNSecond interim dividend4.695.10RM 0.0520/12/2010
26/11/2010BERTAMInterim Dividend0.5550.68RM 0.01510/12/2010
26/11/2010FAREASTInterim Dividend7.007.40RM 0.105/01/2011
26/11/2010AFFINInterim Dividend3.173.59RM 0.0924/12/2010
26/11/2010ULICORPFirst Interim Dividend0.800.745RM 0.01510/12/2010
26/11/2010BHSFinal Dividend0.8350.8156%24/12/2010
26/11/2010LATITUDFinal Dividend1.671.67RM 0.0729/12/2010
26/11/2010NSOPSecond interim dividend5.105.2817%10/12/2010
26/11/2010EFORCESecond interim dividend0.5050.395RM 0.0110/12/2010
26/11/2010MWEInterim Dividend1.091.205%21/12/2010
25/11/2010PJDEVFirst and Final Dividend0.7850.815%30/12/2010
25/11/2010PETDAGSpecial Dividend10.9012.14RM 0.109/12/2010
25/11/2010PETDAGInterim Dividend10.9012.14RM 0.309/12/2010
25/11/2010MEDIACInterim Dividend0.8650.88RM 0.0250514/12/2010
25/11/2010YTLCMTInterim Dividend4.784.80RM 0.037504/01/2011
25/11/2010YTLPOWRInterim Dividend2.542.35RM 0.037504/01/2011
25/11/2010SCCInterim Dividend0.5850.54RM 0.0109/12/2010
25/11/2010DOMINANSecond interim dividend0.7450.625RM 0.0110/12/2010
25/11/2010EKOVESTFirst and Final Dividend1.683.40RM 0.0524/02/2011
25/11/2010BIPORTInterim Dividend6.606.70RM 0.07510/12/2010
24/11/2010KLCCPInterim Dividend3.293.38RM 0.0508/12/2010
24/11/2010SOLUTNSecond interim dividend0.230.2410%09/12/2010
24/11/2010MISCInterim Dividend8.608.31RM 0.1508/12/2010
24/11/2010PRTASCOFirst Interim Dividend1.051.15RM 0.0529/12/2010
24/11/2010LIIHENInterim Dividend1.221.212%29/12/2010
23/11/2010NOTIONInterim Dividend1.641.99RM 0.04529/12/2010
23/11/2010JOBSTInterim Dividend2.942.86RM 0.01517/12/2010
23/11/2010IJMInterim Dividend5.696.55RM 0.0413/12/2010
22/11/2010RUBEREXFirst Interim Dividend0.8750.82RM 0.02530/12/2010
22/11/2010CIMBSpecial Dividend8.338.45RM 0.134503/12/2010
22/11/2010OCNCASHInterim Dividend0.080.08RM 0.00206/12/2010
22/11/2010XINQUANFinal Dividend1.601.49RM 0.02524/12/2010
22/11/2010SCNWOLFFirst Interim Dividend0.370.405RM 0.0129/12/2010
22/11/2010MAHJAYAFirst and Final Dividend0.5750.62RM 0.00524/02/2011
22/11/2010OFISecond interim dividend1.621.67RM 0.0203/12/2010
22/11/2010UTDPLTInterim Dividend17.7016.5220%03/01/2011
22/11/2010UTDPLTSpecial Dividend17.7016.5215%03/01/2011
22/11/2010DFZInterim Dividend3.663.625%03/12/2010
22/11/2010WELLCALInterim Dividend1.211.21RM 0.0303/12/2010
22/11/2010KASSETSInterim Dividend3.623.827.5%29/12/2010
19/11/2010SIGNFirst and Final Dividend0.800.735RM 0.0413/01/2011
19/11/2010JADIInterim Dividend0.2550.253%01/12/2010
19/11/2010SURIAInterim Dividend1.812.26RM 0.0206/12/2010
18/11/2010GUANCHGInterim Dividend (Amended Announcement)1.772.81RM 0.0301/12/2010
18/11/2010TENAGAFinal Dividend8.776.23RM 0.214/12/2010
18/11/2010JAYCORPFinal Dividend0.7050.637.5%15/12/2010
18/11/2010BPURIInterim Dividend1.251.402%20/12/2010
18/11/2010HIAPTEKFinal Dividend1.241.17RM 0.01506/01/2011
18/11/2010SUBURFirst and Final Dividend2.182.254%14/02/2011
16/11/2010MPIInterim Dividend5.765.51RM 0.101/12/2010
16/11/2010HLINDInterim Dividend5.205.38RM 0.101/12/2010
16/11/2010HLFGFirst Interim Dividend8.928.81RM 0.101/12/2010
16/11/2010GUANCHGInterim Dividend1.752.81RM 0.0301/12/2010
16/11/2010ARANKFirst and Final Dividend0.450.42RM 0.022515/12/2010
16/11/2010SCOPEFirst Interim Dividend0.1450.145%29/11/2010
16/11/2010MEDIAInterim Dividend2.192.58RM 0.0402/12/2010
15/11/2010PARKSONInterim Dividend5.795.66RM 0.126/11/2010
15/11/2010AMWAYInterim Dividend8.248.21RM 0.3929/11/2010
15/11/2010AUTOVInterim Dividend1.201.18RM 0.01529/11/2010
15/11/2010PBAFirst Interim Dividend0.890.903%02/12/2010
15/11/2010SSTEELInterim Dividend2.262.255%29/11/2010
15/11/2010TOPGLOVFinal Dividend5.484.9818%24/12/2010
12/11/2010HUATLAISecond interim dividend1.391.41RM 0.0426/11/2010
12/11/2010YOCBFinal Dividend0.850.87RM 0.0205/01/2011
12/11/2010CRESNDOInterim Dividend1.381.454%29/11/2010
12/11/2010KMLOONGInterim Dividend2.562.405%29/11/2010
12/11/2010FACBINDFinal Dividend0.6550.624%29/12/2010
12/11/2010OPCOMInterim Dividend0.770.865RM 0.01530/11/2010
12/11/2010JFTECHFinal Dividend0.1750.185%29/11/2010
12/11/2010AMMBInterim Dividend6.156.606%26/11/2010
11/11/2010CENTURYInterim Dividend1.741.91RM 0.0226/11/2010
11/11/2010JTINTERSecond interim dividend5.956.41RM 0.1502/12/2010
11/11/2010DAIBOCIInterim Dividend2.742.53RM 0.0329/11/2010
11/11/2010LNGRESSecond interim dividend0.2150.2510%26/11/2010
10/11/2010SUNREITIncome Distribution0.991.05RM 0.015124/11/2010
10/11/2010BONIAFinal Dividend1.731.704%13/12/2010
10/11/2010BONIAFinal Dividend1.731.701%13/12/2010
09/11/2010HARTAInterim Dividend5.585.54RM 0.0423/11/2010
09/11/2010SCIENTXFinal Dividend1.791.9912%05/01/2011
09/11/2010BJASSETFinal Dividend0.710.812%15/12/2010
08/11/2010MFLOURInterim Dividend4.224.50RM 0.0626/11/2010
08/11/2010RVIEWSecond interim dividend3.083.1012%08/12/2010
08/11/2010F&NSpecial Dividend14.3015.10RM 1.108/12/2010
08/11/2010UACSecond interim dividend3.603.43RM 0.0426/11/2010
08/11/2010KARYONInterim Dividend0.130.133%19/11/2010
04/11/2010TOMYPAKInterim Dividend1.201.05RM 0.01429/11/2010
04/11/2010MELEWARFirst and Final Dividend0.6950.84RM 0.0203/12/2010
04/11/2010MYCRONFirst and Final Dividend0.5750.655RM 0.03502/12/2010
04/11/2010MAEMODEFirst and Final Dividend0.540.5851%27/01/2011
04/11/2010SUIWAHFirst and Final Dividend1.481.438%01/12/2010
04/11/2010EDARANFirst and Final Dividend0.540.540.78%26/11/2010
04/11/2010IREKAFirst and Final Dividend0.810.815%23/11/2010
04/11/2010CHEETAHFirst and Final Dividend0.560.54RM 0.033513/12/2010
04/11/2010MAYBANKFinal Dividend8.998.71RM 0.4418/11/2010
03/11/2010AMFIRSTIncome Distribution1.201.18RM 0.048116/11/2010
03/11/2010WYNN-C2Special Dividend (Amended Announcement)0.220.300 : 016/11/2010
03/11/2010GDEXFirst and Final Dividend0.590.71510%15/12/2010
03/11/2010WYNN-C2Special Dividend0.220.30RM 0.7616/11/2010
03/11/2010UNISEMInterim Dividend1.832.19RM 0.0316/11/2010
03/11/2010HEKTARInterim Dividend1.281.30RM 0.02518/11/2010
03/11/2010AWCFinal Dividend0.2950.282%13/12/2010
03/11/2010SUNRISEInterim Dividend2.523.12RM 0.266718/11/2010
03/11/2010MALTONFinal Dividend0.750.7351.5%29/12/2010
02/11/2010PERSTIMInterim Dividend5.044.96RM 0.1616/11/2010
02/11/2010GLOMACFinal Dividend1.621.820.04519/11/2010
02/11/2010FREIGHTFinal Dividend0.981.07RM 0.02529/12/2010
02/11/2010OGAWAFirst and Final Dividend0.450.35RM 0.0308/12/2010
02/11/2010PENSONIFinal Dividend0.500.733%13/12/2010
02/11/2010SINARIAFirst and Final Dividend0.3150.30RM 0.0103/12/2010
01/11/2010RANHILLFirst and Final Dividend0.790.88RM 0.0104/02/2011
01/11/2010HDBSFinal Dividend2.002.60RM 0.0501/12/2010
01/11/2010GTRONICSpecial Dividend1.181.152%12/11/2010
01/11/2010GTRONICSecond interim dividend1.181.155.3%12/11/2010