Sabtu, 29 Oktober 2011

Senarai Hospital Panel

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Jumaat, 28 Oktober 2011

MAAKL Mutual Berhad. No new recession, says Credit Suisse


BY KANG SIEW LI

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 27, 2011): The world economy is not expected to fall into a new recession, says a senior executive at Credit Suisse AG, but he sees it growing at a slow pace.
"I do not expect we will go through another recession, although the risk of slipping back into a recession is higher now than it was before. The global economy will grow at a much slower pace because of the slow recovery in the US, a very problematic European economy due to the sovereign debt crisis, and an Asian economy that will continue to grow but at a lower rate as it is also affected by the slowdown in the West," Credit Suisse vice-chairman for Asia-Pacific, Jose Isidro N. Camacho, told SunBiz on the sidelines of CIMB Asean Conference 2011.
Giving only a 25-30% chance of the global economy falling into a new recession, Camacho said Asia's equity markets are largely being influenced by the negative sentiments in the global markets.
"Asian stock markets are still being driven by fear and nervousness in Europe and partly in the US. That's why Asian equities today generally are a lot cheaper than they were a while ago in terms of their price earnings," he said.
Still, Camacho reckons that Asian equity markets are "oversold", citing South Korea and Taiwan because they are major exporting countries.
He said the markets' reaction to news is exaggerated, but believes that they would correct themselves when corporates in Asia start reporting their earnings.
"If companies in South Korea, Taiwan and other open economies like Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore are able to show high sustainable earnings growth, you can see a turnaround in sentiments of Asian markets," he said.
On a recovery in the global economy, Camacho said most importantly, the markets will have to see how Europe's debt problems are solved.
"I think the markets will have to see a credible solution to what's going to happen to Greece. Secondly, what kind of support mechanism they will have for European banks which may be affected by the writedowns of some of the sovereign credits.
"Also, the markets will have to see a credible set of measures to avoid the contagion effect on the bigger economies like Italy and Spain," he added.
On market prospects, Camacho said: "There will be some stocks, bonds or markets that will benefit more than others and if you have the courage to make those investment decisions early, you probably have more upside. But it is difficult to have that courage today because the world is very nervous."
Still, he believes that listed companies that are much more domestic-driven will probably enjoy stronger growth, such as those in consumer products and utilities.
"That's because they are not as dependent on the global economy, but on domestic consumption and for that reason, they are more likely to enjoy sustainable good earnings. Right now, it is the global macro picture that is influencing the stock prices much more than individual companies' results," he said.


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Isnin, 24 Oktober 2011

Booth di NSK Supermarket Jalan Kuchai Lama

Salam,

Saya akan buka booth untuk CIMB Wealth Advisors dan produk-produk yang dikendalikan oleh CWA Berhad.

Maklumat lengkap adalah seperti di bawah:

Tempat   : NSK Supermarket, Jalan Kuchai Lama.
Masa      : 10am -10pm.

Tarikh    : 26 - 27 October 2011
Produk   : CIMB Unit Trust (Award Winning and Best Islamic 

                Equity Fund) dan AIA AFG Takaful (Life Takaful, 
                Unlimited Family Medical Card, Savings Plan)
No Phone: 019-3330342.



Bagi anda yang berada berhampiran Bukit Jalil, Jalan Kelang Lama, Jalan Kuchai Lama, 
Kinrara, Sri Petaling, Puchong, Seri Kembangan dan kawasan sekitarnya, boleh lah datang
untuk sesi pencerahan terhadap produk-produk di atas.

Rabu, 12 Oktober 2011

MAAKL Mutual Berhad. 41 Belia Muflis Setiap Hari Gagal Urus Kewangan

Dari Utusan Malaysia 12/10/2011

KUALA LUMPUR 11 Okt. - Seramai 41 belia Malaysia berumur lingkungan 21 hingga 40 tahun dianggarkan menjadi muflis setiap hari akibat kurangnya pengetahuan berkaitan pengurusan kewangan.

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Gabungan Persatuan Pengguna Malaysia (FOMCA), Datuk Paul Selva Raj berkata, belia merupakan golongan utama menghadapi masalah kewangan dan menjadi muflis berbanding orang dewasa akibat daripada perbelanjaan yang tidak terkawal.

"Antara punca utama adalah kerana urusan sewa beli seperti kereta, rumah dan penggunaan kad kredit.

"Apabila lebih 30 peratus daripada gaji bulanan digunakan untuk membayar hutang, seseorang itu sudah dikira mempunyai masalah kewangan.

"Ini menunjukkan betapa kurangnya kesedaran golongan muda berkaitan pengurusan kewangan mereka dan jika perkara ini dibiarkan, ia akan menjadi lebih teruk," katanya pada sidang akhbar selepas majlis pelancaran program RINGGIT Pertama Saya di sini, hari ini.

Program RINGGIT Pertama Saya adalah kerjasama antara Persatuan Pendidikan dan Penyelidikan Pengguna Malaysia (ERA Consumer) dan Citibank Bhd. dalam usaha memupuk kesedaran kanak-kanak berhubung pentingnya pengurusan kewangan.

Program ini melibatkan 400 kanak-kanak berusia antara empat hingga enam tahun dari 20 buah tadika di seluruh negara.

Paul menambah, FOMCA menggesa kerajaan untuk memasukkan pendidikan pengurusan kewangan di dalam sistem persekolahan untuk memberi ilmu bersesuaian kepada kanak-kanak.

"Kita harus mendidik generasi akan datang mengenai pentingnya pengurusan kewangan dan usaha ini sebaiknya dimulakan dari peringkat sekolah lagi," ujarnya.

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Sabtu, 8 Oktober 2011

MAAKL Mutual Berhad. Bursa goes into rebound mode

From : http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/08technically/Article/




SHARE prices on Bursa Malaysia staged follow-through rebounds for the week ended yesterday. The local market remained firm when it moved in sync with Wall Street and the Hong Kong stock market.

The FBM Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (FBM KLCI) posted a week-on-week gain of 12.92 points, or 0.93 per cent, for the week ended yesterday. It stayed marginally above its immediate downside support of 1,400 over the week.

Bursa consolidated in tandem with the technical pullbacks on the Hong Kong and Tokyo stock markets on Monday. The FBM KLCI opened at 1,381.81 before hitting its day low of 1,353.45. It closed at 1,367.52, recording a day-on-day loss of 19.61 points, or 1.41 per cent.

Share prices on Bursa Malaysia consolidated for the second trading day on Tuesday, in tune with the market pullbacks on regional stock markets. The FBM KLCI trended between its day low of 1,356.77 and day high of 1,375.02. It ended at 1,356.77, recording another day-on-day loss of 10.75 points, or 0.79 per cent.

After a mild rebound on the Wall Street on Tuesday, the FBM KLCI rebounded in earnest on Wednesday. The FBM KLCI ended the day at 1,375.67, posting a day-on-day gain of 18.90 points, or 1.39 per cent.

The index continued to rebound further on Thursday. It trended between day low of 1,381.17 to a day high of 1,395.28 before closing at 1,393.69, recording another day-on-day gain of 18.02 points, or 1.31 per cent.

Despite the sharp rebound on Wall Street, the FBM KLCI only managed to climb the day high of 1,4002.58 yesterday before easing marginally to close at 1,400.05, giving a day-on-day gain of 6.36 points, or 0.46 per cent.

The FBM KLCI staged a follow-through technical rebound for the second consecutive week. It rebounded to close at 1,400.05 yesterday, giving a week-on-week gain of 12.92 points, or 0.93 per cent.

The FTSE Bursa Malaysia Small Cap Index gained 81.71 points, or 0.79 per cent, to close at 10,478.45 while the FTSE Bursa Malaysia ACE Index advanced 49.91 points, or 1.39 per cent, to 3,647.86 level yesterday.

The following are the readings of some of the FBM KLCI's technical indicators:

Moving Averages: The FBM KLCI continued to stay below the support of all of its 30-, 50-, 100- and 200-day moving averages. It had since stayed above the support of its 10- and 20-day moving averages.

Momentum Index: Its short-term momentum index continued to trend below its neutral reference line at the market close yesterday.

On Balance Volume: Its short-term OBV trend stayed above the support of its 10-day exponential moving averages.

Relative Strength Index: Its 14-day RSI stood at the 46.35 per cent level yesterday.

Outlook

The FBM KLCI hit its week low of 1,353.45 on Monday, staging a successful re-test of the confines of this column's envisaged support zone (1,349 to 1,383 levels).

Subsequently, the FBM KLCI rebounded to its week high of 1,402.58 yesterday, moving into the confines of this column's envisaged resistance zone (1,390 to 1,425 levels).

A quick review of the performances of the FBM KLCI's 30 components, losers outpaced gainers by 16 to 14. Tenaga, Axiata, Maybank and IOI Corp's combined gains of 21-sen, 19-sen, 18-sen and 17-sen respectively accounted for the bulk of the FBM KLCI's week-on-week gain of 12.92 points, or 0.93 per cent.

Petronas Dagangan Bhd (Petdag) remained as the week's top performing component to-date with a total year-to-date gain of RM4.40, or 37.61 per cent.

The FBM KLCI's weekly chart continued to stay below its intermediate-term uptrend support (See FBM KLCI's weekly chart - A3:A4) during the week. It also continued to stay below the support of its immediate downside support (A1:A2) last week. It staged another successful re-test of its next support (A5:A6).

Chartwise, the FBM KLCI breached its immediate downside support (See FBM KLCI's daily chart - B5:B6) on September 15 and continued to stay below it on September 23. With that, the FBM KLCI had since stayed below its two trendlines (B3:B4 and B5:B6) last week. The FBM KLCI staged a successful re-test of its downside support (B7:B8) on September 26 before rebounding to close at 1,400.05 points yesterday.

The FBM KLCI's weekly and monthly fast MACDs (moving average convergence divergence) continued to stay below their respective slow MACDs yesterday. Its daily fast MACD had since stayed above daily slow MACD.

The FBM KLCI's 14-day RSI stayed at 46.34 per cent level yesterday. Its 14-week and 14-month RSI stayed at 34.38 and 50.54 levels respectively.

Last week, this column commented that the FBM KLCI might stage another attempt in trying to crack its immediate overhead resistance of 1,400. It did. The FBM KLCI closed at 1,400.05 yesterday.

Against the backdrop of rebounds on the Wall Street and regional stock markets during the week, there is an even chance that these markets will remain in their rebound mood. With that, the FBM KLCI is likely to stage yet another follow-through rebound.

Next week, the FBM KLCI's envisaged resistance zone is at the 1,404 to 1,438 levels while its immediate downside support is at the 1,362 to 1,396 levels.

The subject expressed above is based on technical analysis and opinions of the writer. It is not a solicitation to buy or sell.

Read more: Bursa goes into rebound mode http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/08technically/Article/#ixzz1aB7yqzY8





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