Sharing some Investing and Economic insights:
THREE things you need to know this week;
- Hello from the hung parliament. Bursa Malaysia fell sharply yesterday – down 21 points at its day low. But at market close, it had retraced most of its losses to end just 1 point lower at 1,448 as bargain-hunters have bought shares on what was seen as temporary weakness in the market.
- Grab narrowed losses during the July-September period and broke even in its deliveries segment for the first time since 2012. Last January, Grab acquired a majority stake in Malaysian mass-premium supermarket chain Jaya Grocer to accelerate its expansion into grocery delivery. Listed on the New York Stock Exchange in Dec-21, shares of Grab have fallen about 70% since.
- It’s 3Q corporate earnings reporting season (for 3rd quarter ended 30 Sep 2022);
- Pos Malaysia has posted a narrower third quarter net loss of RM33.63 million, compared to RM43.9 million a year earlier.
- MISC’s net profit for the third quarter more than doubled to RM820.6 million from RM401 million a year earlier.
- SP Setia’s net profit surged more than six times to RM70.18 million in the third quarter from RM11.01 million in the same quarter last year.
- Gas Malaysia recorded a third quarter net profit of RM95.66 million, up 53.4% from RM62.36 million a year earlier.
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Do you know?
Qatar has spent USD300 billion preparing for 2022 FIFA World Cup which makes it the most expensive World Cup in history.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil costs a reported USD15 billion, while USD11.6 billion was spent on the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
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