Hari demi hari, harga saham kita jatuh keparas termurah tapi tetap tak laku. Yang cabut lari pun sudah melebihi RM300 bilion.
Imej PH sangat teruk dan dasar negara bawah pentadbiran PH juga tidak menentu dan flip-flop.
Dividen untuk ASB dan KWSP bagi tahun ini yang akan dibayar pada tahun hadapan dijamin terlalu kecil.
Tahun hadapan pun pasti Najib difitnah sebagai penyebab.
Adakah laporan seperti dibawah ini boleh menarik pelaburan langsung asing atau menarik pengurus dana asing memasuki pasaran Malaysia?
Rakyat oun sudah tidak yakin dengan kemamouan kerajaam menguruskan ekonomi dan merangka dasar ekonomi negara dengan memberikan isyarat menolak Pakatan Harapan pada pilihan raya kecil Tanjung Piai.
Guna pakai lah teori ekonomi yang sering disebut sebelum PRU-14. Bila lagi nak mempraktikkannya..
Sembang untuk menipu pengikut sendiri yang dah memang tak cerdik boleh lah!
Malaysian Stocks Get Cheaper by the Day But Few Want to Buy
Global funds pulled $2 billion from local shares this year
Public spending cuts and Mahathir succession are key risks
Asia’s worst-performing major stock market is getting cheaper by the day. But that’s not enough to lure investors back.
Malaysian equities aren’t ripe for a re-rating even as valuations drop to near the lowest in a decade, according to investors. Political risks and a weak earnings outlook have undercut appetite for local shares, which are heading toward a second year of losses, extending 2018’s worst showing since the global financial crisis.
“Malaysia remains a perennial underweight position for foreign investors,” said Michiel van Voorst, chief investment officer for Asian equities at UBP Asset Management Asia Ltd. Local stocks have fallen substantially “but valuation without a catalyst is not enough. The profit cycle needs to improve on an incremental basis.”
Global funds have yanked more than $2 billion from Malaysian stocks in 2019, the biggest outflow among emerging Asian equity markets. More than a year after Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad took office pledging to boost the stock market, investors have been left underwhelmed by a cut in public spending, a lackluster ringgit and question marks over the succession of power.
Malaysia has seen the biggest selling by overseas investors in the Asian emerging market stocks this year
The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index’s 12-month forward earnings estimate has declined more than 12% since the Pakatan Harapan coalition assumed power in May 2018, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Business sentiment took a beating after the government shelved several large infrastructure projects and slashed spending to rein in its debt.
The share index’s price-to-book valuation of 1.5 times is near the lowest since 2009 and at a discount to the 10-year average. The market is 4% away from bear market levels. The KLCI slid 0.1% as of 10 a.m. in Kuala Lumpur.
Support for Mahathir’s ruling alliance took a further blow on the weekend when it lost a parliamentary seat to the opposition coalition at a by-election for the first time.
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