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KUALA LUMPUR: Stocks to watch on Thursday include S P Setia Bhd, Yong Tai Bhd, Berjaya Corp Bhd, Eco World Development Group Bhd, Bintai Kinden Cor Bhd, Euro Holdings Bhd and Velesto Energy Bhd, according to JF Apex Research.
S P Setia said it has identified several potential areas for business diversification. It said logistics, e-commerce, healthcare and assisted senior living are among the markets to be explored by the group.
Yong Tai's subsidiary has been appointed the exclusive mining operator to undertake exploration works on a 100ha site in Bukit Kenderak in Pahang's Lipis district.
Berjaya Corp's newly minted chief executive officer Abdul Jalil Abdul Rasheed has acquired 70 million Berjaya Corp shares at 28 sen a share, giving him a 1.4% stake in the diversified conglomerate.
EcoWorld said its wholly-owned subsidiary Eco World Capital Services Bhd has established a sukuk wakalah programme of RM500mil in nominal value.
Bintai Kinden has signed a third distribution agreement with Korean cold chain equipment manufacturer firm SLAB Asia Co Ltd to supply its cold chain boxes for the storage and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines in Indonesia.
Euro Holdings has proposed a bonus issue of up to 3.21 billion shares, on the basis of four bonus shares for every one share held of which the entitlement date will be announced later.
Velesto Energy sank into the red in its 4QFY20, reporting a net loss of RM493.29mil from a net profit of RM10.2mil million year earlier mainly due to lower activities in both drilling and oilfield services segments.
Boustead Plantations reported a net profit of RM27.46mil for 4QFY20, compared with a net loss of RM172.73mil a year earlier, on higher palm product prices.
UEM Sunrise saw its net loss for 4QFY20 widen to RM134.66mil, from RM28.87mil in the preceding quarter, on lower contributions from joint ventures and associates, as well as additional impairment of assets due to Covid-19.
Meanwhile, the US market declined overnight following selldown in technology counters which saw the Nasdaq falling 2%.
Earlier, European stocks closed mixed amid renewed concerns over economic recovery and higher cases of coronavirus infections.