Daily Stocks Signals – Diary Malaysia Tuesday July 18

KUALA LUMPUR: ALL TIMES ARE PROVISIONAL AND IN LOCAL TIME FOLLOWED BY GMT IN BRACKETS. – Daily Stocks Signals 

TUESDAY, JULY 18

PUTRAJAYA-Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak dispatches ‘Tokoh Professional Generasi Felda’ book in conjunction with ‘Majlis Salam Perantauan Warga Felda’ at Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex, Precint 3 at 1300 (0500 GMT)

PUTRAJAYA-Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak goes to the opening service of Putrajaya Islamic Complex (KIP) and the dispatch of the Syariah-consistent Governance Guidelines (GTU-S) and Aidilfitri open place of offices under the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department at Putrajaya Islamic Complex, Precint 3 at 1530 (0730 GMT)

PUTRAJAYA-Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak goes to Hari Raya and Family day with Malaysian Indian Muslim non-legislative associations (NGOs) at Hall A, MAEPS Serdang at 2030 (1230 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Capital Market Conference 2017, Ballroom 1, Level 2, Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur at 0830 (0030 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-The Third National Economic Summit – “Monetary Reforms – Reaction, Impact, Priorities and Opportunities”, Lagoon 1, Level 15, Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa at 0830 (0030 GMT) absolutely stock picks 2017 klse

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of June 2017 Consumer Price Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, JULY 21

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 14 July 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT) – Free Daily Stock Picks

MONDAY, JULY 31

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of June 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end June 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 4

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of June 2017 External Trade Statistics at 1200 (0400 GMT)

MONDAY, AUGUST 6

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 31 July 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of June 2017 Industrial Production Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Malaysia’s second Quarter 2017 GDP at 1200 (0400 GMT)

TUESDAY, AUGUST 22

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 15 August 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of July 2017 Consumer Price Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of July 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end July 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-National Day

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-Aidil Adha

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of July 2017 External Trade Statistics at 1200 (0400 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 30 August 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Monetary Policy Statement at 1500 (0700 GMT)

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of July 2017 Industrial Production Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of August 2017 Consumer Price Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-Islamic New Year Holiday

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 15 September 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of August 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end August 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of August 2017 External Trade Statistics at 1200 (0400 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 29 September 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of August 2017 Industrial Production Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-Deepavali

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of September 2017 Consumer Price Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s remote holds as at 13 October 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of September 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end September 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of September 2017 External Trade Statistics at 1200 (0400 GMT)

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s remote holds as at 31 October 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Monetary Policy Statement at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of September 2017 Industrial Production Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Malaysia’s third Quarter 2017 GDP at 1200 (0400 GMT)

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 15 November 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of October 2017 Consumer Price Index at 1200 (0400 GMT)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of October 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end October 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 30 November 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Bank Negara’s outside stores as at 15 December 2017 at 1500 (0700 GMT)

MONDAY, DECEMBER 25

KUALA LUMPUR-Market and Public Holiday-Christmas Day

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of November 2017 Money Supply Data at 1500 (0700 GMT)

KUALA LUMPUR-Release of Detailed Disclosure of International Reserves as at end November 2017 at 1200 (0400 GMT)

NOTE: The incorporation of journal things does not really imply that Reuters will document a story in light of the occasion.

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Klse Stocks Pick : Bursa shows no clear direction at mid-day

KUALA LUMPUR: – Bursa Malaysia completed the morning session a touch higher on an absence of crisp leads, said a merchant. – Klse Stocks Pick 

At 12.30pm (Klse Stocks Pick),

The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) finished 0.81 of-a-point higher at 1,789.70 from last Friday’s 1,788.89.

The key file which opened 0.81 of-a-point higher at 1,789.7 moved in the vicinity of 1,786.95 and 1,793.01 all through the session.

General market expansiveness was negative as decliners outpaced gainers 473 to 324, while 342 counters were unaltered, 640 untraded and 29 others suspended.

Turnover remained at 1.11 billion offers worth RM1.06 million.

A merchant said purchasing enthusiasm for heavyweights kept the key list higher.

In the interim, Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) said any upside to the FBM KLCI will be topped at around 1,790-1,800.

“We additionally expect the overheated semiconductor rally a week ago to perhaps grab a seat throughout the following couple of days taking after the selloff in tech stocks on Wall Street,” it said in a note today.

For the heavyweights, Maybank enhanced one sen to RM9.58, TNB rose eight sen to RM14.48, Public Bank expanded two sen to RM20.40, Sime Darby increased one sen to RM9.60, CIMB acknowledged nine sen to RM6.72 and Petronas Chemicals fell two sen to RM7.18.

Effectively exchanged stocks included Priceworth International rising 3.5 sen to 27.5 sen, Asia Bioenergy crawling up a large portion of a-sen to 18.5 sen, FGV enhancing five sen to RM1.71 and Frontken declining one sen to 31 sen.

The FBM Emas Index was 6.92 focuses bring down at 12,757.77, the FBMT100 Index fell 5.56 focuses to 12,397.58, while the FBM Emas Shariah Index trimmed 15.46 focuses to 12,999.68.

The FBM 70 deteriorated 48.63 focuses to 15,207.19 and the FBM Ace was down 8.10 focuses to 6,374.13.

On a sectoral premise, the Finance Index stowed 46.52 focuses for 16,836.54, the Industrial Index shed 8.54 focuses to 3,295.22 and the Plantation Index extended 7.63 focuses to 7,944.07.

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Stock Picks In Malaysia – Tenaga again lifts KLCI, banks advance, ringgit firm

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips were higher at early afternoon on Friday, helped by increases in Tenaga, Petronas Gas, and banks while the ringgit rose 1.5% against the pound sterling. – Stock Picks In Malaysia

At 12.30pm (Stock Picks In Malaysia),

The FBM KLCI was up 3.64 focuses or 0.2% to 1,789.21. Turnover was 992.72 million offers esteemed at RM951.34mil. There were 385 gainers, 340 washouts and 380 stocks unaltered.

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China’s blue-chip file were on track to close at a 17-month high on Friday regardless of maker value information proposing a more extensive monetary log jam, as assets changed from little tops to the “Clever Fifty” because of fixing liquidity.

Sterling hang in Asia on Friday as British races left no single gathering with a reasonable claim to control, sideswiping speculators who had effectively weathered significant hazard occasions in the United States and Europe, Reuters detailed. – Stock Picks In Malaysia

With the larger part of seats tallied in the snap vote, British Prime Minister Theresa May had no real way to win a through and through dominant part in parliament.

The ringgit ascended against a few key monetary forms. It rose 0.03% to the US$ to 4.2670 and surged 1.5% to the pound sterling to 5.4495 and was up 0.03% to the Singapore dollar at 3.0869 while it progressed 0.4% to 4.7826.

Tenaga rose 22 sen to RM14.40 and helped the KLCI by 2.05 focuses, Genting Bhd added four sen to RM9.79 and Genting Malaysia two sen higher at RM5.64. MISC lost five sen to RM7.47. Stock Picks In Malaysia

AmBank rose seven sen to RM4.94, Public Bank increased six sen to RM20.38, RHB Bank three sen to RM5.13, Maybank and Hong Leong Bank crawled up two sen each to RM9.59 and RM15.24, CIMB fell five sen to RM6.62.

US light unrefined petroleum slipped five pennies to US$45.59 and Brent shed six pennies to US$47.80. Petronas Gas rose 32 sen to RM19.40 and prodded the KLCI up 1.04 focuses, Petronas Dagangan added 10 sen to RM24.24 while Petronas Chemicals was level at RM7.21.

Unrefined palm oil for third-month conveyance rose RM12 to RM2,456 per ton. Batu Kawan lost 22 sen to RM18.64, KL Kepong fell eight sen to RM24.82 and PPB Group two sen to RM16.96.Sime Darby and IOI Corp were level at RM9.59 and RM4.53.

Glove creators ascended as Top Glove and Kossan added 16 sen each to RMRM5.90 and RM6.49 while Hartalega call warrants CU surged 27 sen to 35 sen and CV picked up 16 sen to 42 sen.

Chip creator MPI rose 18 sen to RM13.34 as the viewpoint for the semiconductor lights up. Notwithstanding,

Concerning shopper stocks, BAT fell 34 sen to RM45.56, Nestle 10 sen to RM82.90, while Carlsberg shed six sen to RM14.72.

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KL shares slightly positive at mid-morning : Klse Stocks Picks 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Share costs on Bursa Malaysia were blended at mid-morning in spite of the fact that the key file recuperated from before misfortunes to cross into the positive region.  Klse Stocks Picks 2017

At 11 am (Klse Stocks Picks 2017),

the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 1.15 focuses better at 1,787.07 from yesterday’s 1,785.92, subsequent to opening 1.17 focuses bring down at 1,784.75.

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On the more extensive market, washouts still outpaced gainers 310 to 287 with 383 counters unaltered, 800 counters untraded and 23 others were suspended.

Turnover remained at 765.60 million offers worth RM488.25 million.

For heavyweights, Maybank propelled four sen to RM9.59, TNB shed two sen to RM14.18, Public Bank rose 18 sen to RM20.34, and Sime Darby slipped one sen to RM9.56, while CIMB backtracked four sen to RM6.67.   Klse Stocks Picks 2017

Effectively exchanged stocks included AT Systematization and Frontken which was level at 4.5 sen and 31.5 sen, separately, and Dolphin edged up a large portion of a-sen to 23 sen while Hiap Teck added one sen to 33.5 sen.

On the scoreboard, the FBM Emas Index expanded 7.03 focuses to 12,728.33, the FBMT100 Index rose 7.10 focuses to 12,367.18 yet the FBM Emas Shariah Index shed 6.01 focuses to 12,938.40.

The FBM Ace edged up 20.60 focuses to 6,369.35 and the FBM 70 enhanced 5.42 focuses to 15,123.99.

On a sectoral premise, the Finance Index rose 6.89 focuses to 16,819.32, the Industrial Index crept up 1.58 focuses to 3,298.85 while the Plantation Index trimmed 7.98 focuses to 7,952.38.

Allianz drove the top gainers, adding 48 sen to RM12.68, while the top washout was Hong Leong Bank, which fell 18 sen to RM15.22.

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Malaysia investor tips share – Bursa Malaysia opened choppy

Bursa Malaysia opens higher but turns choppy

KUALA LUMPUR: – Bursa Malaysia opened uneven regardless of the bullish assumption in worldwide values including Wall Street. – Malaysia investor tips share

At 9.17am (Malaysia investor tips share),

The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 0.52 of-a-point simpler at 1,767.63 from yesterday’s end of 1,768.15.

The record opened 0.31 of-a-point better at 1,768.46 at 9 am.

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On the more extensive market, gainers drove washouts 215 to 134, while 288 counters stayed unaltered with 1,113 untraded and 26 others were suspended.

Turnover remained at 346.55 million shares worth RM263.63 million.

In a note today, Maybank Investment Bank Research said the FBM KLCI was required to be sure as it had enough cushions to assimilate any offering weight, given general pattern which was all the while empowering.

“We anticipate that the list will retest its past high of 1,768.15,” said the exploration firm. – Malaysia investor tips share

In the interim, Hong Leong Investment Bank said stocks on the nearby bourse ought to stay strong in spite of the dubious Bandar Malaysia bargain.

Among heavyweights, Maybank and Public Bank facilitated two sen each to RMRM9.37 and RM19.98, individually, while Tenaga, Sime Darby and PChem were level at RM13.92, RM9.32 and RM7.15, separately.

Of actives, IWCity shed 49 sen to RM1.67 while Glotec, Netx and Tiger Synergy were level at 7.5 sen, 8.5 sen and 7.5 sen, individually.

The FBM Emas Index fell 8.95 focuses to 12,643.84, the FBMT100 Index was 6.22 focuses less demanding at 12,274.99 and the FBM Emas Shariah Index crept down 13.83 focuses to 12,981.96. – Malaysia investor tips share

The FBM 70 shed 17.42 focuses to 15,170.55 and the FBM Ace plunged 9.19 focuses at 6,316.17. 
Segment astute, the Plantation Index was 23.74 focuses firmer at 8,094.99 and the Industrial Index rose 0.28 of-an indicate 3,245.04 yet the Finance Index lost 30.39 focuses to 16,302.82. 

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