Posted By OneDelta Team
  • 2020-08-28
  • Malaysia Stock
Another big earning day today, with more than 30+ companies reported their latest quarter earnings reports.As Malaysia economy suffered the worst Q2 ever, it's not surprising to see a sea of red among all the latest earning reports, notably:
- GENM, Genting Malaysia with revenue down -94%, continue 2 quarter strike of widening net losses
- MAYBANK, Maybank revenue down -11% but its earning per share (EPS) cut more than half than the previous quarter (-54%), suffered a great im...(More)

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Posted By OneDelta Team
  • 2020-08-22
  • Malaysia Stock
Global & Malaysia Market Weekly Recap - 17Aug20 - 21Aug20
- The resurgence of Covid19 cases in Europe and the persistent US-China tension continues to dominate the market sentiment this week, with Europe market: Germany DAX, Europe STOXX50, UK FTSE100 all down -1% for the week. Wednesday release of US Fed July meeting minute showed no indication of clear guidance for September meeting in term of medium-term interest rate control that tampered investors confidence on further Fed action...(More)

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Posted By OneDelta Team
  • 2020-08-14
  • Malaysia Stock
- UK re-imposed the 14-day quarantine rule to most Eurozone countries due to the concern of rising Covid19 cases, the concern of 2nd wave in Europe tanking the global equity sentiment with Germany DAX -1.1%, UK FTSE 100 -1.6% and KLCI joining the weak sentiment at -0.75% today, near 2-month low.

- Malaysia released the Q2 GDP growth number at Year-over-Year -17.1%, that further weighs negative sentiment on the market. Malaysia sector-wise, it was bloody, with no single sectors rec...(More)

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Posted By OneDelta Team
  • 2020-08-14
  • Malaysia Stock
Malaysia Department of Statistics announced the final reading of Malaysia Q2 GDP numbers today: Year-over-Year GDP growth at -17.1% and Quarter-over-Quarter GDP growth at -16.5%, the worst ever quarter in the whole Malaysia modern history.

To put it into perspective, even in 1997/98 and 2008 - the great financial crisis, Malaysia suffered only the -4% to 5% contraction. And while comparing to the regional and global economies, Malaysia has the worst Year-over-Year GDP growth, stan...(More)

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