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Maybank Kim Eng Research is keeping IHH Healthcare on “hold” but cutting its target price by 11% to MYR5.80 ($1.83), from MYR6.52 previously. In a report on Friday, Maybank analyst John Cheong says IHH is seeing healthy topline growth, but core earnings have been hit by start-up costs.

We cut our EPS by 6-16% to account for higher start-up costs and longer gestation periods for new hospitals, says Cheong. Pre-opening expenses of Gleneagles Hong Kong had surged 95% q-o-q to RM38 million ($12 million) in the fourth quarter ended Dec 31. The costs are expected to drag on earnings until six months after the opening of the hospital in first half 2017.

Due to the substantial costs, we expect FY17E earnings to be flat, before picking up in FY18E when the hospital operation stabilises,says Cheong. IHH will be adding three new hospitals with around 1,100 new beds in 2017, according to Cheong.

On top of 500-bed Gleneagles Hong Kong, IHH is also expected to open the 325-bed Acibadem Altunizade in Istanbul in 1H17. In addition, the 350-bed ParkwayHealth Chengdu Hospital is scheduled to be launched in second half 2017.

One positive in the results was FY16 revenue, which increased 19% y-o-y driven by organic growth and newly acquired entities in India and Bulgaria. Three new hospitals, in Hong Kong, China and Turkey could drive revenue growth ahead,” says Cheong. However, Cheong opines that IHH is “not cheap”. The stock is trading at 60x FY17E PE, compared to 34x for its regional peers. As at 12.23am, IHH Healthcare is trading 6 sens lower at MYR5.85 on Bursa Malaysia while the stock is trading 2 cents lower at $1.91 on the SGX.

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Posted by on February 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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RHB is maintaining its buy call on Fu Yu, the manufacturer of precision plastic molds, as it believes the counter is an attractive candidate for privatization or takeover, with net cash position and zero debt. We also think it can weather through the current tough macroeconomic environment. In addition, it continues to trim costs and improve margins,says analyst Jack Seet.

In a Friday report, Seet says Fu Yu has a net cash of 14 cents per share, zero debt, strong cash generation capabilities and low CAPEX requirements. In addition, its NAV of 23 cents per share is significantly lower than the current market value, given peers like Broadway Industrial Group and Chasen Holdings were recently acquired at much higher valuations.

To recap, Fu Yu reported a 44.4% rise in NPAT to $5.6 million in 4Q16. A 1 cent dividend was declared, bringing total FY16 dividends to 1.5 cents, which represents a 6.8% FY16 yield. Meanwhile, FY16 gross margin improved to 16.3%, from 15.9% a year ago.

We expect margins to continue to rise going forward,” says Seet, “This is due the company’s ongoing cost-cutting measures and increased operational efficiencies, coupled with the switch towards higher margin projects. Shares of Fu Yu are up 0.5 cent to 21.5 cents.

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Posted by on February 24, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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todays-sgx-hot-stock-listThe Ascott Limited, CapitaLand’s serviced residence business unit, is partnering Singapore Management University to launch a lab to field-test co-living concepts of its newest brand, lye. Named lyf@SMU, Ascott will simulate a lye product at SMU to test out various co-living concepts, enabling its students to be the first in the world to experience and shape upcoming lyf properties.

lyf@SMU is located in the city center within the former home of Malaya Publishing House built in the 1900s. It will be open 24/7 for all SMU students from Feb 27. With more than 32,000 sf spread over three storeys, there are co-working lounges with modular furniture, large communal tables at the social pantry with interactive voting boards, multimedia rooms to encourage collaboration and free flow of ideas, days beds and napping pods.

Ascott will also test out recreation areas such as a soundproof music jamming studio and an exercise zone for a game of foosball or table tennis. Lee Chee Koon, Ascott’s CEO, said We will be directly engaging the more than 1,200 millennials expected to visit lyf@SMU daily to field test various co-living concepts and community building activities. With each of the students clocking an average staying time of about four hours, we will be building up a sizeable data reservoir of user preferences and space usage patterns. The data will be translated into actionable insights to better tailor lyf to their needs as they prepare to become working professionals, our main target customers of lyf.

Ascott has set its sights to roll out 10,000 units under the lyf brand globally by 2020 in gateway cities of markets like Australia, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Kingdom.

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Posted by on February 23, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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The Trendlines Group, an Israeli-based company focused on developing technology-based companies in the medical and agricultural fields, posted a full-year loss of US$6.6 million ($9.4 million), double from its loss of US$3.3 million declared in the previous year.

For the year ended Dec 31, the group received a total income of US$0.1 million as compared to US$9.9 million in FY15 despite noting a strong rise in revenue from Trendlines Labs to US$1.14 million from US$0.4 million in the previous year.

This was primarily due to a US$8 million loss from the change in the fair value of Trendlines’ portfolio companies during the year, versus a net gain of about $5 million in FY15, which was partially attributable to a write-off of nine portfolio companies due to lack of funding.

Another factor was the decrease in fair market value of various companies after the completion of “fund raising exercises at less favorable terms to the company”, in addition to “general commercial or technological difficulties demonstrated in some portfolio companies” during the financial year, says the group.

Operating, general and administrative expenses grew 29.1% to US$8.7 million in FY16 from US$6.7 million a year ago, mainly due to an increase in employment costs due to the recruitment of new high-level employees as part of the Company expansion, and listing expenses as a public company. Current assets for FY16 were US$17.3 million, down from US$24.0 million for FY15.

The fair value of portfolio companies was US$83.7 million as at Dec 31, compared to a portfolio value of approximately US$84.4 million at end-2015. In 2016, Trendlines succeeded in achieving significant goals that we set for ourselves and our investors. The accomplishment of these objectives has set the stage for strong portfolio expansion in 2017 and beyond,” says chairman and CEO Steve Rhodes on the group’s corporate developments during the year.

In the group’s outlook, Trendlines says it remains committed to its stated plans in the medical and agricultural technologies fields and believes that the continued need for new and improved products in these fields represents investment opportunities for the company. Shares of Trendlines closed 1 cent lower at 19 cents on Tuesday.

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Posted by on February 22, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Auric Pacific Group announced earnings of $7.2 million for FY16, turning around from its $40.8 million of losses posted in FY15. Auric Pacific attributed the upswing in profitability to its rationalisation exercise to streamline its non-performing businesses and investments in FY15.

This resulted in higher operating profit for the year from its wholesale and distribution unit; lower operating losses from Edmontor; and a turnaround in Food Junction’s performance from improved contributions from its food courts and self-operated stalls in Singapore, in addition to the rationalisation of operating costs including the closure of non-performing restaurants in 2015 and 2016.

For the fourth quarter ended Dec 31, the group registered losses of $0.3 million, a 98.5% improvement from the $19.1 million loss declared in the same quarter a year ago on lower costs. Revenue for the quarter fell 1.4% to $106.4 million from $108 million in 4Q15, mainly due to the loss of revenue resulting from the closer of non-performing outlets and the restaurant business from the food retail division – where the group’s Edmontor and Food Junction both registered a decline in revenue by 8.9% and 17.5% respectively.

Food Junction’s performance for the fourth quarter also included an impairment charge of $2 million for part of the intangible assets, following “a shift in strategic focus by the business”, says the group. The lower revenue was however partially offset by a growth in revenue from the food division.

In its outlook, the group says that although it has achieved a “stronger landing” in FY16, it will continue to focus building a stronger foundation for its core business, as well as seek new avenues and opportunities for business growth, in view of the challenges and certainties in the year ahead.

Auric Pacific last month received a voluntary conditional cash offer from Silver Creek Capital, an investment vehicle jointly owned by its largest shareholder, Stephen Riady and his son-in-low Andy Adhiwana, at an offer price of $1.65 in cash per share. Riady is the executive chairman of real estate developer OUE. Shares of Auric Pacific closed flat at $1.65 on Monday.

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Posted by on February 21, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Singapore bank DBS Group Holdings posted its lowest quarterly profit in two years as provisions for soured loans to the city-state’s oil services industry surged, and it joined smaller rival OCBC in forecasting more pain for that sector.

The city-state’s banks, long lauded for their conservative lending practices, have been subjected to a severe test over the past year as a number of local offshore and marine companies have been forced to restructure their loans due to low oil prices, weak charter rates and delays to projects.

The financial results of DBS, Singapore and South-East Asia’s biggest lender by assets, underscore a subdued outlook for the city-state’s banks this year and the potential downside risk to share prices that have rallied over the past three months on hopes of a profit boost from higher interest rates.

I don’t think the worst is over,” DBS CEO Piyush Gupta told a results briefing in response to a question on what he thought of the oil and gas sector. Gupta, however, said that the bank doesn’t expect to be as impacted this year as in 2016.

OCBC, Singapore’s No. 2 lender, said on Tuesday that parts of its portfolio, particularly those exposed to the oil and gas services sector, would remain stressed. Its quarterly profit tumbled to a three-year low. And quarterly profit at Singapore’s No. 3 bank, UOB , which reports results today, is expected to fall by 7.4% to S$730mil.

Last year, Singapore’s banks were caught off-guard by the collapse of oilfield services company Swiber Holdings. DBS had a loan exposure to Swiber of US$721mil, the highest among the city-state’s lenders, but has since said it made enough provisions for that. In a sign that the pain in the offshore services sector is continuing, Ezra Holdings warned earlier this month it may have to take a US$170mil writedown on a joint venture.

S&P Global Ratings said in a report on Wednesday it expects growth will remain flat for Singapore’s banks in 2017. DBS reported a fourth-quarter net profit of S$913mil (US$643mil), the lowest in two years, and below an average forecast of S$936mil from six analysts polled by Reuters.

Charges for bad loans jumped 87% for the quarter to S$462mil, while its full-year non-performing loan ratio rose to 1.4% from 0.9%. On a full year basis, though net profit fell 2%, it was up 10% before provisions. And total income rose to a record S$11.5bil, driven by higher loan volumes and improved net interest margin.

The wealth management business, a key focus for DBS, which bought Australia and New Zealand Banking Group’s wealth and retail business last year, reported a 19% jump in income to a record high last year.

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Posted by on February 17, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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CIMB is recommending investors buy Silverlake Axis only for its special dividend. This comes after the latter sold off its 11.26% stake in Global InfoTech Co. (GIT) for estimated cumulative cash proceeds to RM364 million ($116 million).

We believe the cash proceeds are earmarked for expansion of the Merimen insurance processing business (both organically and inorganically), as well as for a special dividend in FY17F,says analyst William Tng in a Wednesday report.

Tng says Silverlake’s 2Q17 core net profit made up just 10% of its full-year forecast as revenue fell 29% y-o-y. Maintenance and enhancement services (MES) revenue rose 12% y-o-y to account for 82% of total revenue. Insurance processing revenue increased 19% y-o-y while other business segments registered double-digit decline. Gain on disposal of GIT shares was RM223.9 million ($71.4 million). Excluding one-off gains, core net profit fell 69% y-o-y.

Silverlake says revenues from MES and insurance processing were recurrent and stable but project-related revenue segments were negatively affected by reduction in customers’ capex. It has started work on core IT system replacement contracts secured in past few months and expects initial revenue recognition in 2H17.

It is responding to proposal requests and is canvassing existing and potential customers for core IT replacement and digital banking upgrade contracts. We cut FY17-19F core EPS by 5-31% to account for slower revenue growth in the software licensing and project services segments,” says Tng.

We also have not factored the potential special DPS into our forecasts as repatriation of proceeds from the sale of GIT shares is subject to regulatory approval,” adds the analyst. As a result, CIMB’s DCF-based target price falls to 65 cents.

Potential re-rating catalysts include significant order win announcements, elimination of related-party transactions and special dividends. A key risk is pullback in customers’ rollout schedules. Shares of Silverlake are up 2 cents at 60 cents.

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Posted by on February 16, 2017 in Uncategorized