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Sustained Buying of Warrants by Insiders Signals Further Upside

 

The warrants of Formis Resources Berhad, especially the more active FRB-WA, have attracted interests from investors following disclosures that the directors and major shareholders are adding their warrants’ stake.  According to announcement to Bursa Malaysia, the company’s Managing Director cum Group Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Gan Nyap Liou @ Gan Nyap Liow, has bought a total of 1.2 million FRB-WA between 19 September and 4 October 2013.  Gan had earlier accumulated a total of 1.78 million of FRB-WB in direct interest between the middle of June and early September.  Another director of the company Monteiro Gerard Clair also added FRB-WB to his stake in early October.

Samudra’s Profit Boosted by Debt Waiver

 

Kejuruteraan Samudra Timur Berhad (Samudra) recently reported more than eight times surge in its half yearly net earnings ended December 2012 to RM10.5 million or 7.3 sen per share.  The main reason behind the jump in profit is attributed to recognition of waiver of principal sum and other amounts due totaled RM7.99 million pursuant to the settlement agreement of its CLO Facility.  The net asset per share of Samudra improved significantly to 26.3 sen on the back of such gain.

Lourdenadin to Privatize MBF Holdings After Mopping Up Warrants!

 

The warrant of MBF Holdings Berhad surged more than 120% in the week ended 25 January 2013 as major shareholder Tan Sri Datuk Dr Ninian Mogan Lourdenadin, through Nadin Holdings Sdn. Bhd., mopped up MBFHLDG-WA from the market.  According to stock exchange filing on 29 January, Lourdenadin disclosed that Nadin Holdings Berhad had purchased 22.75 million warrants from the market the week before at average prices ranging between 23.6 sen and 37.2 sen.  MBFHLDG-WA ended trading on 30 January at 35 sen while the mother share closed at RM1.25.

GRANFLO-WA: A Good Cash Extraction Play

 

The warrant of Grand-Flo Solution Berhad has been trading at depressed valuation for a long time.  GRANFLO-WA, for some reasons, has not been able to attract punters to come in despite its attractive valuation.  It has consistently traded at low premium or even at discount.  While the company does pay dividend, it also engages in consistent shares buyback activities to lend support to the share price.  The mother share and warrant of Grand-Flo closed at 21.5 sen and 10 sen on 23 January 2013.

WCT Bonus Issue Impact on Existing Warrants

 

WCT Berhad has announced that the ex-date for its 3 for 20 bonus issue of new share and its 1 for 5 bonus issue of new warrants (WCT-WD) has been fixed on 6th December 2012 and the entitlement date on 10th December.  This means that investors who buy WCT shares before 6th December are entitled to the bonus issue.

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