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Dual Listing: Is Bursa Malaysia Valuation Always Lower?

Many companies are looking to have dual listing in order to boost the market valuation, hoping that higher valuation for their stocks in foreign markets will boost share price.


But is that always the case?


If the share price performance of Media Chinese International Limited (MEDIAC) is an indication, many would be disappointed.  Media Chinese is listed in both Bursa Malaysia and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (0685.HK).  On May 3rd 2010, Media Chinese closed at RM0.815 in Malaysia and HK$1.78 in Hong Kong.  Using an exchange rate of RM0.4127 per HKD, the share price in Hong Kong was RM0.735.  This is a 9% discount over the share price in Malaysia.


New Warrant: HWGB-WB heavily traded

Two new company warrants debuted on 13th April 2010 in Bursa Malaysia.  One of them is HWGB-WB, which was actively traded.  The warrant came free for those who subscribed Ho Wah Genting  Berhad (HWGB) rights issue of share at RM0.20.  Subscribers would have lost 5 sen from the mother share based on the closing price of 15 sen.  However, since the warrant was traded at 6.5 sen to 7 sen, those who subscribed for the rights came out ahead marginally.

MEDIA-WB: Low Premium Punt on Government Controlled Media

Media stocks listed on Bursa Malaysia have been enjoying a strong run led by Media Chinese International (MEDIAC) whose share price is up almost 60% YTD.  Another media company,  Media Prima (MEDIA) is also up about 35% although Berjaya Media (BJMEDIA) is down YTD but that stock is thinly traded.



Expiring Company Warrants Top % Gainers

Following the recent spectacular run of AFFIN-WC, many company warrants also put up strong gains today led by LBALUM-WA which gained 133% or 2 sen from 1.5 sen to 3.5 sen on heavy volume. The following table displays the top 10 percentage gainers amongst company warrants listed on Bursa Malaysia on Friday 9 April 2010.



The Mithril-LA Discount Trap!

The share price of Mithril Berhad staged a substantial rally from below 20 sen at the end of January 2010 to a high of 32 sen on 19th March.  However, the share price virtually collapsed starting on 25th March and it is now back to where the price was in January.


What can be the possible cause of the price collapse?



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Warrant Ranking by Premium (7 Aug 2016)

The following is the list of Warrant Ranking by Premium

Warrant Ranking 7 Aug 2016 by Premium


The following is a list of loan stock listed on Bursa Malaysia as at (date).

Malaysia Loan Stock Analysis 270515

Change in Shareholdings (1/5/2015 - 31/5/2015)

The following is a list of change in shareholdings as at (date).

May 2015 (1 May 2015 - 31 May 2015)

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