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CCK-WA : A Tool to Bet on Company’s future growth

CCK-WA, the new company warrant of CCK Consolidated Holdings Berhad (CCK), made its debut at Bursa Malaysia on 26 June 2018.  This warrant was issued free to shareholders of CCK in the company recently completed share split and bonus warrants exercise.  Under the exercise, CCK subdivided every 1 share into 2 shares.  Following the share split, the company issued free warrants to shareholders on the basis of 1 warrant for every 2 shares held after the split.  In spite of the general weakness in the equity market, the share price of CCK has been on a rising trend in the last one year.  CCK share price hit a high of RM1.025 (adjusted for split and bonus) on 8 June before retreating slightly to 92 sen after the new subdivided shares and warrants started trading.

SCH-WA: Worthy of the bet at the current level

The share price of SCH Group Berhad hit a 52-week low of 16.5 sen earlier this week as investors stayed away as the equity market continued its recent weakness.  Investors are also waiting on the side line ahead of SCH Group’s upcoming Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) to consider approving a 25% private placement as well as a couple of acquisitions that lead to diversification of existing business.  The mother share and warrant of SCH Group closed at 17.5 sen and 7 sen respectively.

BIMB-WA – Poor Performance as Mother Share gains via dividend

The company warrant of BIMB Holdings Berhad (BIMB-WA) has been a big disappointment for its holders since it made its debut on Bursa Malaysia at the end of 2013.  After surging to as high as 90.5 sen a few days after it was initially listed, BIMB-WA effectively went into a multi-year decline losing almost 80 percent of its value from its high.  This is despite the mother share staying around the same level as a few years ago when the warrant was first traded.  As at the close of 11 June, BIMB mother shares was last traded at RM4.05 while BIMB-WA closed at 23.5 sen.

BAHVEST-WA – No Longer Attractive as Leverage Instrument

The warrant of Borneo Aqua Harvest Berhad (BAHVEST-WA), which made its debut on Bursa Malaysia on 25 August 2017, has been one of the best performing securities in Bursa Malaysia over the last one year.  From the first day closing of 21 sen, BAHVEST-WA has surged more than 340% to close at 92 sen on 5 June 2018.  The mother share rose close to 91% during the same period from 65.5 sen to RM1.25.

AKNIGHT - WB: Huge issuances may cap upside

The share price of PN17 company Asia Knight Berhad dropped recently upon the company’s completion of a rights issue with warrants. The mother share of Asia Knight fell from as high as 25 sen on 20 April 2018 to its current value of 9 sen within a span of a little more than a month.  AKNIGHT-WB, the new company warrant which was attached free with the rights issue on a one for two basis, traded within a narrow band of 4 sen to 5 sen since it made its debut on 21 May 2018.

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