Maybank IB Views

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Sunway Holdings RM2.57: Hold
Results as expected; merger completion next Shariah-compliant

Tactical downgrade to Hold. Results were in line. RM31m 1Q11 core net profit (-13% YoY, -42% QoQ) made up 19% of our full year estimate. We maintain our 2011-12 earnings forecasts. The merger with SunCity is into its final stage with shareholders to vote on 15 Jun. An enlarged entity under the new Sunway Bhd is expected to be listed in 3Q11. With the share price closing in to the implied take-over price (+14.7% YTD), we downgrade the stock to Hold.
Maxis RM5.42: Hold
A seasonally slower quarter Shariah-compliant

Hold maintained. RM540m net profit was down 2% YoY and 12% QoQ. With 1Q11 being a seasonally slower quarter, net profit was within expectation at 22% of our full-year forecast and our numbers are maintained. Guidance remains for margins to come under further pressure with the roll-out of new wireless/fixed broadband services. Dividend yields aside, we see little share price catalyst and maintain our Hold call on the stock. Our DCF-derived TP of RM5.50 is maintained on WACC of 7.5% and 1% terminal growth assumptions.
Axiata Group RM5.00: Buy
Stable growth in regional ops Shariah-compliant

Buy call maintained. Some weakness from Dialog and Robi during the quarter but positively, Celcom continues to register stable earnings growth while XL continues to fare well despite aggressive price competition. Overall, nevertheless, Axiata’s regional operations continue to fare well and remain very much cash generating entities with growth potential. Our Buy call is maintained with an unchanged SOP-based target price of RM5.60.
Malaysia Airports Holdings RM6.37: Buy
Jumpstart to 2011

Within expectation. 1Q11 core net profit number reveals a healthy business that is flourishing on the back of strong traffic numbers and healthy retail business. We look forward to a promising 2011 as air travel momentum remains strong in the Asia Pacific region. Maintain Buy, with an unchanged target price of RM7.12/share DCF-based.


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