Rationale for de-listing a listed company
Here is the list of companies being privatised on Bursa Malaysia in 2H 2019. Companies that are being privatised are mainly made up from the automotive, building material and personal goods industry. This may provide a hint that we are at the end of the business cycle and there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Comparison of Bursa Malaysia listed hardware equipment manufacture
Comparison of Bursa Malaysia listed hardware equipment manufacturer. Comparison of these companies from 3 aspects: Profitability (operating margin), growth (year on year revenue and profit growth)and efficiency (Return on Equity, ROE). Companies that ranked in the top are also the companies whose share price surge the most.
Axis REIT acquisition
An illustration of the property size, the value, the location of Axis REIT transaction over the past few years. Asset owner who would like to sell off their property may get in touch with Axis REIT as long as it is located in a prime area and provides a rental yield of 7% per annum.
Efficiency, Valuation and Gearing of Malaysia listed Real Estate Companies
Comparison of Malaysia Real Estate Companies in term of Efficiency (Return on Asset), Valuation ( Price to Book Ratio) and Gearing (Debt to Equity Ratio). Measurement of the relationship between efficiency and gearing vs the market valuation. This serves as a guideline to pick a good company from the real estate industry.
Comparison of utility companies listed on Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia
A comparison of regional utility companies on their Return of Equity, Net Profit Margin and Dividend Yield. Companies that are included in this comparison are listed on Bursa, SGX and IDX
Sales Performance of Automotive Brand in Malaysia
Comparison of the year 2018 and the year 2019 for car sales of different brand in Malaysia for the first 8 months. The two national brands, Proton and Perodua has bucked the downtrend of the automotive industry and recorded a higher sales number. Good product mix and price have helped them to stay afloat.
Johor Bahru serviced apartment incoming supply
The incoming supply of Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments. Turns out that supply of serviced apartments in Johor Bahru is 3 times the number of serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia and a city that is 5 times larger than Johor Bahru in terms of population.