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Turning lacklustre

The FBM KLCI witnessed another round of profit taking activities yesterday as the key index ahead of Friday’s Budget 2022. Whilst investors took a further step back from glove counters, we believe market focus will be on potential beneficiaries of the Budget 2022. We believe the buying interest has been noticed in building material segment could continue as it is the proxy to construction sector. The CPO price has surpassed the RM5,000 mark again, while the crude oil prices climbed above USD86 per barrel mark on the back of supply-induced uncertainties.
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Technical Focus – AEMULUS

Engages in the design and development of automated test equipment (ATE) and test and measuring instruments (TMI) for the semiconductor industry. The 40:60 joint venture with Tangren Microtelligence Co Ltd bears fruit, given that contribution from China makes up to 39.3% total revenue in FY21 as oppose to only 11.3% recorded in FY20. Counts of several institutional funds such as Kenanga Growth Fund, Manulife Investment Progress Fund, Hong Leong Balanced Fund and among others are in their top 30 shareholders list. Technically, traders may anticipate for a breakout above RM1.13, targeting next resistances at RM1.19-1.25 with long term target set at RM1.40.

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Turning point

The FBM KLCI rebounded from Omicron-induced selloff earlier, led by banking heavyweights and window dressing activities may have started. We reckon the
overnight rally at Wall Street may spill over to the local bourse amid fading concerns over the Covid-19 Omicron variant. Besides, market may keep an eye on China’s economic data (inflation and PPI) which will be releasing on Thursday. On the local front, the government will be deciding on the 5G wholesale model by Jan-2022 and aims to reach 80% of the populated areas with 5G roll-out may benefit the telecommunication sector. Commodities wise, the crude oil price advanced to close above the USD75 per barrel mark, while the CPO price extended gains.

Kelington Group Bhd – 7Dec21

Following the latest win, KGB’s year-to-date orderbook replenishment now stood at
approximately RM976.0m; exceeding our expectations of RM900.0m for the year. We gather that year-to-date contract wins represents record high orderbook replenishment for KGB, which is a testament for the group’s capability to undertake
larger number of work orders.

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Seeking for rebound

The FBM KLCI surrendered gains from the previous session as sentiment remained weak, in line with negative performances on the regional bourses. However, Wall Street has rebounded strongly overnight with the view that the Covid-19 Omicron
variant may cause milder illness than earlier strains; this may provide buying support to the local equities. Closer to home, we should expect some rebound on the key index as investors may be repositioning into value stocks or heavyweights moving into the year-end window dressing period. On commodity markets, crude oil prices settled 4.6% higher at USD73 per barrel after Saudi Arabia raised prices
for its crude sold to Asia and the US, while the CPO price saw slight rebound.

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