MRCB | MALAYSIAN RESOURCES CORP

0.530 (-5.36%)

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Last updated: 16:59

Fundamental   4.2  
Technical   2.6  
Total Score   6.8  

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MRCB | MALAYSIAN RESOURCES CORP

Fundamental

iSaham Fundamental Trend

FCON: 0.59 | Sharpe Ratio: -0.17 | LTS: 5.5


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Financial Ratios

EPS 0.8 sen
Trailing PE (Sector Median: 15.7) 66.1
PEG -0.08
Altman Z 191.2
Beaver -0.028
Current Ratio 1.77
Debt-Equity (DE) Ratio 0.77
FCF Yield -0.0 %
Dividend Per Share (DPS) 1.0 sen
Revenue QoQ 81.91 %
Revenue YoY -9.9 %
Profit QoQ 278.36 %
Profit YoY -57.92 %
NTA QoQ -0.64 %
Profit Margin (Sector Median: 3.6) 2.33 %
ROE 728.44 %
ROIC 603.37 %
Dividend Yield (DY) 1.89 %

Fair Value

iSaham Fair Value: 0.125

Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)5.0% Growth 0.07
Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)-6.4% Growth 3653072.66
Relative Valuation 0.125
Graham Formula -0.05
Graham Number 0.015
Net Tangible Asset (NTA) 1.09

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Expected Profit (M) 669.71
Expected Revenue (M) 28742.89
Expected Growth (%) 45.0

Technical

Summary

Market Cap: 2331 M.

Number of Shares: 4399 M.

Float: 42.82%.

Stock highly correlated with

MALTON (96%)

CRESBLD (95%)

BIMB (94%)

GADANG (94%)

Malaysian Resources Corporation Berhad, an investment holding company, is engaged in the property development and investment businesses. It focuses on residential, commercial, and industrial properties. The company's engineering and construction projects include buildings and high rise, roads, civil and infrastructural works, residential development, and energy-power network transmission. The infrastructure projects include environmental rehabilitation and infrastructure toll highways. In addition, the company develops transit hubs; corporate office towers and business suites, hotels, luxury condominiums, and shopping malls; and multi-level residential development, high-rise condominium, medium-cost apartments, and low-cost landed properties. Further, it offers building services, such as building management, building maintenance, security, and parking services; IT, telecommunications, ICT infrastructure, and strategic systems products and services; and operates, manages, and maintains Kuala Lumpur central railway station. Additionally, the company operates, manages, and maintains retail and fitness centers; offers engineering, construction, and commissioning services to power transmission systems; manufactures and sells pre-stressed spun concrete poles; provides security guard services; manufactures, distributes, and sells ceramic tiles; offers planning and management services; trades in building materials; involves in quarry operations; and provides system maintenance and application services, and other technological applications and services. It principally operates in Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates. Malaysian Resources Corporation Berhad was formerly known as Perak Carbide Sdn. Bhd. The company was founded in 1969 and is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Sectors: GLCs, Property

Code: 1651

Website: http://www.mrcb.com.my

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Top Shareholdings

Updated on 8-May-2020

Shareholder Value (M)
Employees Provident Fund Board 838.22
Gapurna Sdn Bhd 363.13
Lembaga Tabung Haji 134.08
Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) 111.95
Bank Kerjasama Rakyat (M) Berhad 81.62
Citibank New York 37.5
Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad 24.42
Prulink Equity Fund 20.96
Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund 20.67
Principal Dali Equity Growth Fund 20.09
Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund 17.95
Hong Leong Assurance Berhad 15.17
Hong Leong Value Fund 13.25
State Street Bank & Trust Company 11.32
Dimensional Emerging Markets Value Fund 10.92
DFA Emerging Market Core Equity 9.97
Takafulink Dana Ekuiti 9.67
Norges Bank 8.18
Principal Dali Equity Fund 7.48
Credit Suisse 6.89
DFA Emerging Markets Small Cap Series 5.76
Prulink Dana Unggul 5.53
UOB Kay Hian Pte Ltd 4.91
SPDR S&P Emerging Markets ETF 4.48