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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The FBM KLCI closed 6.33 points higher at 1274.08 on Tuesday

10/11 The FBM KLCI closed 6.33 points higher at 1274.08 at 5 pm. Gainers include Panasonic, HaiO, Memee, CIMB and KL Kepong.

10/11 F&N plans to launch 50 new products in the next three years in order to expand its share of the dairy products and soft drinks markets.

10/11 Industrial Production Index decreased 2.4% month-on-month and 6% year-on-year in Sep following a decline in manufacturing index.

10/11 Overnight Dow jumped 203.52 points, or 2.03 pct to 10,226.94 ; Crude oil prices surged USD 2 to USD 79.43 per barrel.

9/11 The FBM KLCI closed 6.99 points higher at 1267.75 at 5 pm; Gainers include Mudajaya, Far East, IOI Corp, Hartalega, PetDag and IJM.

9/11 European markets were up in morning trade with London’s FTSE 100 Index gaining 0.81 % while German’s Day Index advanced 1.12%

9/11 Malaysia aiming for 6pc GDP growth until 2020 to meet the target of USD 17,000 per capita income needed to become high-income nation:PM Najib.

9/11 Economic planning unit would be releasing GDP figures by state for the first time. GDP for 2005 and 2006 by state would be released today.

9/11 Pelikan proposed to acquire 66 % stake in office stationery and paper product maker Herlitz AG for EUR 45 mil (RM 227mil).

6/11 Proton Holdings chairman makes an offer to take Transocean private via Kumpulan Kendaeraan Malaysia Bhd at RM 1 per share.

6/11 Redtone and GPacket were queried by Bursa Malaysia on unusual market activities. The stocks were up 131% and 55 % respectively for the year.

6/11 The FBM KLCI closed up 6.80pts to 1260.76. Tanjong+58c to RM 16.40, BAT + 76c to RM 46.26, PPB+18c to RM 15.58 and IJM -20 c to RM 4.50.

6/11 Crude palm oil for January delivery rose RM 23 to RM 2270 per tonne on the local derivatives exchange at 11.30am.

9/11 Applications for two new Islamic banking licenses as part of the liberalization plan is still being processed, says deputy finance minister.

6/11 US Labour Dept statistics showed lower than expected jobless rate, higher productivity and a drop in labour costs in the third quarter.

5/11 Crude palm oil for January delivery settled RM 13 lower at RM 2,247 per tonne. Nymex crude oil dropped 42 cents to US$79.98 per barrel.

5/11 A Bloomberg poll of economists showed the European Central Bank will follow the Fed and keep the benchmark interest rate unchanged, at 1%.

5/11 The FBM KLCI closed up 0.12points to 1,253.96. Redtone + 9.5c to 41.5c, Tanjong +44 c to RM 15.82, PPB -40 c to RM 15.40 and Lityan -16c to RM 2.65.

5/11 Crude palm oil for January delivery fell RM 22 to RM 2,238 per tonne as Nymex crude oil retreated below the US$80 per barrel mark.

5/11 The US Fed Reserve said Wed the benchmark lending rate will be kept between 0% and 0.25% indefinitely to support the economic recovery.

5/11 Overnight Wall Street gained 30.23 points, or 0.31 pct to 9802.14; Crude oil prices advanced 80 cents to USD 80.40 per barrel.

4/11 Berjaya Land said its RM 21.8b 600 ha Nhon Trach New City Township project has received the green light from Viet government.

4/11 The Statistic Dept said September exports declined 24.2% on a yr-on-yr basis while month-on-month, it fell 1.1% to RM 47.24b.

4/11 The FBM KLCI closed up 11.52 points to 1,253.84. PBBank-foreign +22c to RM 10.92, RHBCap + 21 c to RM 5.41 and HLBank +71c to RM 7.90.

4/11 CPO for January delivery up RM 35 to RM 2,225 per tonne. Spot gold down US$3.18 to US$1,081.22 per ounce. RM quoted at 3.423 to US dollar.

3/11 The FBM KLCI closed up 0.56points to 1,242.32. PPB -20c to RM 15.14, HLBank +14c to RM 7.73, Nestle -20c to RM 32.80 and Utd Plt -22 c to Rm 13.38.

3/11 The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised the benchmark interest rate by 25bps to 3.5% for the second time in four weeks.

3/11 Crude palm oil for January delivery was down RM 11 to RM 2,197 per tonne at 11.30am

3/11 The Dow recovered 76.71 points or 0.79 pct to 9789.44 in overnight trading; Crude oil advanced USD 1.13 to USD 78.13 per barrel.

2/11 The FBM KLCI fell 1.47 pts to 1241.76 at close. Lityan +96c to RM 2.70, PPB +20c to RM 15.34, Time +11c to 50.5c and RHBCap -14 c to RM 5.25.

2/11 Crude palm oil 3rd-mth futures fell as a Bloomberg report said China may slow imports. It was RM 46 lower at RM 2,162 per tonne at 4.15pm.

2/11 Cargo surveyor SGS said today local palm oil exports rose 13% in Oct to 1.43m tonnes compared to Sept’s 1.26m tonnes.
2/11 2nd Finance Minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said Turkey’s Bank Asya is interested in collaborating with Maybank and CIMB on Islamic banking.

1/11 Strong Aussie dollar and Malaysia’s ranking as a top tourist stop has led to a record 33 % jump in Aussie departures to Malaysia.

30/10 Scomi has sealed a multi-year distributor agreement with UK’s Artevea Digital Ltd, to offer the latter’s extensive line of radio mobile communication.

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