Maybank IB Views

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Multi-Purpose Holdings RM2.77: Buy
Buy now or forever hold your piece

Great long term play. We initiate coverage on Multi-Purpose Holdings (MPHB) with a Buy call and RM3.60 TP (10% discount to RM4.00 SOP/sh). Its current share price reflects only Magnum Corporation's value without any value ascribed to its other businesses. We expect 14% 3-year forward earnings CAGR with 100% ownership of Magnum Corporation. A major re-rating catalyst is the gradual disposal of non-core assets which could enable it to pay up to 44 sen in special DPS and 20 sen in recurring net DPS, offering a whopping 7% net yield.

AMMB Holdings RM6.48: Buy
Treasury gains support momentum

Maintain Buy. While 1QFY12 results were slightly above expectations our forecasts are lowered marginally. AMMB remains a Buy for: (i) its decent valuations, (ii) its ongoing portfolio rebalancing, (iii) ongoing investment in business line expansion under ANZ, and (iv) its position as a beneficiary of the Economic Transformation Programme. Our target price is trimmed to RM7.40 (-10sen) on an unchanged FY13 P/B target of 1.8x (ROE: 14.3%), which we believe is reflective of fundamentals.

The FBM KLCI rose 16.07 points to close at 1,499.74 yesterday. Its resistance areas of 1,501 and 1,530 will cap market gains, whilst the obvious support areas are located at 1,454 and 1,499.Due to the US markets’ rebound last night; we will see some volatile trading activities in the local bourse today. Some heavy profit-taking and liquidation activities will emerge later to depress the markets’ rebound from its opening “gap up” move.

Trading idea is a Short-Term Buy call on BRDB

Other Local News
Sunway: No plans to postpone listing. The listing of Sunway Bhd, the merged entity of Sunway Holdings Bhd and Sunway City Bhd, will proceed as planned despite recent turbulence in the stock market. The shares of Sunway Bhd are scheduled to be floated on Bursa Malaysia on August 23 and expected to have a market capitalisation of over RM3.5b. (Source: Business Times)

AirAsia: New AirAsia Philippines vows to be 'substantially' cheaper. AirAsia launched a new affiliate in the Philippines yesterday, promising to undercut its rivals on regional and domestic routes. To minimise costs and avoid Manila's crowded terminals, AirAsia Philippines will fly out of a former US air base that had been turned into an industrial zone in Clark about 90 minutes' drive north of the country's capital. (Source: The Star)

MAHB: In talks with BA and Qantas on using KLIA. Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is still in talks with British Airways and Qantas Airways on the possibility of both airlines mounting flights to KL International Airport (KLIA), a decade after these airlines suspended flights to KLIA owing to a lack of network connectivity here. Both airlines were considering the possibility of flying into KLIA, following Malaysia Airlines (MAS) joining the Oneworld alliance. (Source: The Star)

Parkson: Hires HSBC for Singapore listing. Parkson Holdings is spinning its retail operations in Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia in a separate listing in Singapore soon. HSBC has been hired to apply for the corporate exercise and the Singapore's listing. (Source: The Sun)

Dijaya: JV plans property development with GDV RM2.8b. Dijaya Corp Bhd’s joint venture with Iskandar Waterfront Sdn Bhd, Magical Heights Sdn Bhd (MHSB), plans to undertake property projects near Johor Baru with a gross development value (GDV) of RM2.8b. The projects would be built on two pieces of land which MHSB has proposed to acquire from Trident World Sdn Bhd for RM220m. Dijaya and Iskandar Waterfront Sdn Bhd each has a 50% stake in MHSB. (Source: Bursa Malaysia)

Iskandar: Gets RM95b pledges. Iskandar Malaysia attracted about RM95b in committed investments from January to June 2011. This was more than double the cumulative RM47b target for the five years up to 2010. From 2011 to 2015, Iskandar Malaysia is targeted to achieve RM73b in investments. (Source: The Star)


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