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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

CapitaMalls Malaysia Trust RM1.17: Buy
Buys shopping mall in Kuantan Shariah-compliant

A yield-enhancing acquisition. We are positive on CMMT's latest RM310m East Coast Mall acquisition given that it is yield accretive and attractive in pricing. More importantly, it would enhance our 2012-13 earnings forecasts by 10-11%. The purchase will be funded by a placement of up to 299m new units (est. RM332m proceeds assuming RM1.11 issue price). We maintain our forecasts and RM1.27 TP. Buy.

The FBM KLCI gained 2.63 points and ended at 1,548.51 yesterday. Its resistance areas of 1,551 and 1,567 will cap market gains, whilst the obvious support areas are located at 1,530 and 1,548.Due to the US markets’ firm tone last night; we will see some initial low volume buying activities in the local bourse today. The market could possibly gap-up, with slim chances of follow-through buying.

Daily trading idea is a Short-Term Buy call on FAVCO.

Other Local News
TNB: Unit wins job in Pakistan. Tenaga Nasional Bhd's (TNB) unit TNB Repair and Maintenance Sdn Bhd (TNB Remaco) has secured an operation and maintenance agreement worth USD14.1m (RM43m) from Pakistan's Laraib Energy Ltd. Under the contract, TNB Remaco will provide services for an initial period of five years with an option of extending for another seven years. (Source: The Star)

MBM: To conclude talks in 12 mths. MBM Resources Bhd, which has allocated RM250m for capital expenditure, is expecting to conclude talks with an international firm in the next 12 months to set up an assembly plant locally. (Source: The Edge Financial Daily)

PetDag: Plans 50 new stations. Petronas Dagangan Bhd will invest up to RM400m to set up between 30 and 50 petrol stations, annually, over the next five years. (Source: The Star)

MRCB: Poised to clinch RM800m LRT contract. Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) is poised to secure soon a contract worth as much as RM800m from Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd. The contract is for civil works for phase two of the Ampang light rail transit (LRT) extension line linking Putra Heights to Shah Alam, Selangor. (Source: Business Times)

Plantation: MSM prices IPO shares at RM3.50 each. MSM Malaysia Holdings Bhd has priced its initial public offering (IPO) at RM3.50 per share for institutional investors. (Source: The Star)

Economics: Government seeks extra operating expenditure. The Government tabled a bill seeking a supplementary allocation of RM13b for operating expenditure, raising the spending budget for this year by 8% to RM176b. RM6b will be allocated to the Finance Ministry which includes RM5.6b subsidy for petroluem products. RM1.5b will be for Education Ministry and RM1b to Health Ministry. (Source: The Star)

Economics: Exports to hit RM700b in 2011, FDI to at least match RM29b recorded in 2010. Exports is expected to rise 9.5% to RM700b in 2011 from RM639.4b recorded last year, while FDI into Malaysia could at least matched if not surpassed last year's figure of RM29b, according to MITI. (Source: The Star)

Economics: Government expands the ban on subsidised RON95 sales to now include foreign-registered vehicles (except motorcycles) driven by Malaysians effective immediately. Previously, Malaysians driving foreign-registered vehicles need to show their MyKads. The ban also includes sales of subsidised NGV. (Source: The Star)

Economics: Minimum wage by year-end?Minimum wage policy could be implemented by year-end, according to PM. The National Wage Consultation Council Bill 2011 will be presented to Cabinet by the Human Resource Ministry before its tabling in the current Parliament's session. (Source: NST)


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