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2009-07-29

Foreign Shareholding Still Low In The Market

FBM KLCI is continues to make new high for this year as close at 1,172 yesterday. The major contribution is from Banking and Plantation as this two sector already cover half of the index weight.

Compare with regional, Malaysia recovery is still low and ringgit weakens against most currencies only strengthened against the US dollar. All this is a sign of foreign investor still not choosing Malaysia as a investment target compare Singapore and Indonesian. Like our banking system, foreign investor had put back their money because of the crisis and now they have return but still low compare before the crisis. As at end June foreign shareholding in
  1. BCHB is 33.2% ( increase from 32% as at Dec 2008)
  2. Malayan Banking is 10.76% as at 17 July 2009
  3. Public Bank is 24.9% ( drop from 33.1% a year earlier )
  4. RHB Bank is 5.2%
  5. AMMB Holdings parent of the AmBank is 28.4% as at March 2009 ( drop from 36.9% a year earlier )























Now is about to end July 2009 and only 5 months before we enter the year 2010 as a recovery year for the hold world, for Malaysia economic to move higher and for us as a retail investor to make more money government need to make sure the foreign investor to come back more to Malaysia and if it do FBM-KLCI may hits over 1,500 point in next year.

For me I think invest into Banking system and plantation share will make profit and if the share is too expensive try buy in they warrants. Till now foreign investor no yet fully enter into Malaysia market and if they do the index will fly high.

























Plantation is not yet fully recovery

























Banking system is about to fully recover

1 comments:

Elvis2020 July 29, 2009 at 2:46 PM  

I read about OUTVESTMENT from Malaysia. What this mean is that foreign investors are shifting out of Malaysia instead of INVESTMENT to Malaysia. This is inline with what my friend told me about capital ventures who prefer to park their money in Vietnam, Indonesia as cost of labor is very cheap hence higher returns on investment. Most of the buying you see daily are from local institutions. Maybe so that they can sell higher to foreign investors later on since recovery is on the card.

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