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[公司专区] 1619 DRBHICOM 多元重工業

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发表于 2011-7-25 22:24 | 显示全部楼层
panic selling tomorrow? will it?

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发表于 2011-7-25 22:38 | 显示全部楼层
天知道!看他升來升去都沒力升,上個月小賺幾百丟掉了!
還是看基本面比較安全!

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发表于 2011-7-25 22:45 | 显示全部楼层
拉低给朋党进货,等吃够了在拉高出货

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发表于 2011-7-25 22:57 | 显示全部楼层
应该不是乌龙交易。。

有几个transaction的。。

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发表于 2011-7-25 23:13 | 显示全部楼层
OSK DRB-CE 计算后5天闭市价。
庄家压盘,省下结算钱,DRB-CE = 0 sen

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发表于 2011-7-26 20:36 | 显示全部楼层
今日热股:多元重工业 RM1.80支撑
股市今日热股 2011-07-26 11:02

多元重工业(DRBHcom,1619,主板工业产品股)闭市时报1.95令吉,跌33仙或14.5%,成交量有480万1400股。

技术点评:

多元重工业的股价趋势经于7月25日间在卖压下陷入回调走势中,开始巩固调整了,它的日线股价趋势跌破2.00令吉支撑后以1.95令吉报收,按日跌33仙或14.47%。它的短期股价趋势或会于1.80-1.94令吉间取得应有的支撑。

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发表于 2011-7-26 22:40 | 显示全部楼层
DRB-Hicom shares fall on trade error     
  
KUALA LUMPUR: DRB-Hicom Bhd shares fell 14% or 33 sen to close at RM1.95 yesterday, making the counter the biggest loser on the local bourse in what was believed to be a trade error by a bank-backed brokerage.

Sources said the substantial decline in the stock’s price within 10 minutes prior to the close of trading happened when transaction instructions for three million DRB-Hicom shares by an institutional investor were keyed in wrongly by the brokerage. “It is believed that institutional investors had wanted to buy the shares (at the lower price of RM1.95). But the transaction was keyed in as a sell order instead,” the source told The Edge Financial Daily yesterday.

The error, which occurred at about 4.50pm, had seen the three million shares transacted at RM1.95 until the closing bell. Prior to this at 4.48pm, the stock had changed hands at RM2.28, unchanged for the day.  

The shares rose to an intra-day high of RM2.30 before closing at RM1.95. Year to date, the stock is only up 0.52% this year.

The diversified conglomerate, which has a market capitalisation of RM3.77 billion, has interests in automotive manufacturing and distribution, property development and construction, among others.  DRB-Hicom made news early this month when it acquired a controlling 32.21% stake in Pos Malaysia Bhd from Khazanah Nasional Bhd for RM622.8 million or RM3.60 a share. The transaction made it the single largest shareholder of Pos Malaysia.

DRB-Hicom group managing director Datuk Seri Mohd Khamil Jamil had said in a statement then that both DRB-Hicom and Pos Malaysia complemented each other strategically.

According to Khamil, DRB-Hicom will help grow Pos Malaysia’s courier, retail and logistics operations. At the same time, the acquirer will also be able to leverage on its associate’s distribution channel.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/i ... on-trade-error.html

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发表于 2011-7-28 16:32 | 显示全部楼层
多元重工业交易错误 侨丰投行澄清与事无关
财经新闻财经 2011-07-28 12:03

(吉隆坡27日讯)侨丰投资银行(OSK Investment Bank)发布文告澄清,公司并没涉及和不知道媒体报道多元重工业(DRBHcom,1619,主板工业产品股)出现交易错误的事件。

多元重工业于7月25日的股价闭市前10分钟突然下跌33仙或14.5%,至1.95令吉。

市场人士估计,这是因为投行交易商交易错误所致。

侨丰投资银行是多元重工业备兑凭单多元重工业-CE(DRBHcom-CE,1619,主板备兑凭单组)的发行商。

而多元重工业-CE的第一个评估日期为7月25日。

由于该凭单一共有5年评估日,而结算价格则是使用这5年闭市价格的平均水平计算。

多元重工业正7月25日的股价于闭市前被压低14.5%至1.95令吉。

正因如此,市场或联想这与决定该凭单结算价有直接关联。


http://www.nanyang.com/node/371739?tid=462

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发表于 2011-7-28 22:36 | 显示全部楼层
OSK clarifies on DRB-Hicom shares      
  
KUALA LUMPUR: OSK Investment Bank Bhd said it is not involved in the substantial decline in DRB-Hicom Bhd’s share price on Monday.

The investment bank’s clarification came amid market talk that the unusual sharp drop in DRB-Hicom’s share price in the final minutes of trading on the day was linked to the conglomerate’s call warrants. OSK Investment Bank is the issuer of the call warrants (DRBHCOM-CE CW).

“We, the bank, would like to clarify that we were not involved nor did we have any prior knowledge as to the purported ‘trade error’ reported in the article,” OSK Investment Bank said yesterday in a statement in response to a report by The Edge Financial Daily.

On Monday, DRB-Hicom shares fell 14% or 33 sen to close at RM1.95, making the counter the biggest loser on the local bourse.

The sharp decline in the stock’s price occurred within 10 minutes prior to the close of trading and involved about three million DRB-Hicom shares transacted at RM1.95.  Prior to this, at 4.48pm, the stock had changed hands at RM2.28.

The call warrants were issued on Feb 2, 2011, at 17 sen each, and are due to expire next Monday. They have a strike price of RM1.95.

According to the investment bank, the first valuation date for the DRBHCOM-CE CW was on July 25. There are five valuation dates and the settlement price which is used to determine the maturity cash settlement amount is the average of the closing prices of DRB-Hicom shares for the five valuation dates.

As the closing price of the shares on Monday was RM1.95, OSK said there might “be a direct implication on the determination of the settlement price of the call warrant”.

Yesterday, the warrants ended unchanged at 12 sen while DRB-Hicom shares added one sen to close at RM2.25.Since the warrants’ listing on Feb 8, they have traded between a high of 29.5 sen on April 8 and a low of 11.5 sen on March 2.

During the last six months, DRB-Hicom shares had traded between a high of RM2.48 on April 6 and a low of RM1.73 on March 3.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/i ... b-hicom-shares.html

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发表于 2011-7-28 22:43 | 显示全部楼层
我不信是trade error咯。。

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发表于 2011-7-31 00:01 | 显示全部楼层
DRB-HICOM CE holders need a hero
By Francis FernandezPublished: 2011/07/30


Calling SC! Calling Bursa! I need a hero! He's gotta be strong, he's gotta be fast and he's gotta be fresh from the fight.


Alright, give me a break. I pinched those lines from a Bonnie Tyler song, and I don't need a hero, especially if it is a him.

The DRB-HICOM CE call warrant holders, however, probably need a hero badly, having been taken to the sewers due to one trading mistake.

On Monday, something dramatic happened to the DRB-HICOM mother share, when instructions to buy three million DRB-HICOM shares at RM1.95 a piece was wrongly keyed in as a sell order.


According to news reports, the error, which happened at about 4.50pm, saw three million shares transacted at RM1.95 until the closing bell.

By the way, at 4.48pm DRB-HICOM was trading at RM2.28 a share, making the lucky buyer's bid more than 30 bids lower than the actual value of the DRB-HICOM shares at that point of time.

This trading error cost the DRB-HICOM CE holders big time. The call warrants expire on August 1 with the settlement price based on the last five days' closing price.

As one commenter in a finance blog pointed out, since one of the five closing prices was pressed to RM1.95, even if the other 4 remaining closing prices are RM2.24, the settlement price will be only RM2.18, and the CE will be worth only 11.5 sen, as opposed to 14.5 sen if the five average closing price was RM2.24.

To make matters worse, the exercise price for the CE call warrants is RM1.95, and that set tongues wagging.

To set the record straight, OSK Investment Bank Bhd, the issuer of the now infamous call warrant, promptly issued a statement.

OSK said it was not involved in the substantial decline in DRB-HICOM, but noted as the closing price of the shares on Monday was RM1.95, there might "be a direct implication on the determination of the settlement price of the call warrant".

To weed out manipulation, instead of fixing the final settlement price through the last five days' closing price, the average weighted price over five days should be used instead, some have argued rightfully so.

Such an arrangement will provide retail investors a level playing field, though its cold comfort now to the DRB-HICOM CE holders.

They will remember that sunny morning on July 19 2005, when a broker mistakenly sold 18.42 million IJM Bhd warrant rights at one sen a piece. The warrant eventually rose on the same day to 45 sen, causing the broker to incur an estimated RM10 million trading loss.

Subsequently, investors were assured that there will be mechanisms in place to ensure there won't be a repeat of such mistakes.

Cold comfort indeed!


Read more: DRB-HICOM CE holders need a hero http://www.btimes.com.my/Current ... icle/#ixzz1TbYo09RC

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发表于 2011-8-1 17:15 | 显示全部楼层
Lessons from DRB-Hicom call warrant episode      

Holders of call warrants closely track the movements of the underlying stock prices, as the value of their instruments depends on the latter.

It is little wonder then that there was much hue and cry when DRB-Hicom Bhd’s share price plunged 14% or 33 sen to RM1.95 in the final minutes of trading last Monday, just five days before the structured call warrants (DRB-CE) issued by OSK Investment Bank Bhd were due to expire. The derivatives expire today.

The fact that the shares fell to RM1.95 on that day — coincidentally the strike price of the call warrants — naturally raised suspicions among investors, even if it was a trading error. Again coincidentally, there were barely two trading days before DRB-CE was suspended last Thursday (last trading on Wednesday, July 27).

After all, if DRB-Hicom shares closed at or below RM1.95 five days before expiry, the European-style call warrants would have been rendered worthless on expiry, and the issuer would not need to cough up any money for cash settlements.     

Fortunately, DRB-Hicom shares rebounded and recouped all their losses the next day. On the final trading day, DRB-CE closed at 12 sen and the underlying share finished at RM2.24.

But the episode was unusual enough to elicit a response from OSK Investment Bank.

It issued a press release in response to The Edge Financial Daily article on the “trading error”, saying that it had absolutely nothing to do with the price decline.


DRB-Hicom started garnering attention after analysts started appreciating its undervalued assets and it later acquired a 32% equity stake in Pos Malaysia Bhd.
“We, the bank, would like to clarify that we were not involved nor did we have any prior knowledge as to the purported ‘trade error’ reported in the article.”

OSK, however, said there might be a direct implication on the determination of that day’s price movement on the settlement price of the call warrants.

Whether there were suspected trading irregularities, Bursa Malaysia said as a matter of policy, it does not comment on any of its investigative actions.

In an email reply to The Edge Financial Daily, it said: “Bursa Malaysia takes the obligation to maintain market integrity as a priority and views any attempts to manipulate share trading seriously. Where there are instances of suspected market offences, the exchange will investigate and take the necessary action.”

It is still unclear what happened in those final minutes of trading on July 25, but the episode does throw up a few lessons.

For one, it highlights the riskiness of call warrants, which many investment banks have been busy issuing and are often snapped up by retail rather than institutional investors.

The high gearing effect means investors can either gain a lot or lose it all.

Second, the ending value of a call warrant despite its multi-month tenure, ultimately depends on the closing price of just five trading days in the case of DRB-Hicom. If the underlying stock price had fallen below the call warrant’s strike price for that five days, it would have rendered the warrants worthless.  

Third, this may encourage future investors to just sell their call warrants on the open market if they make a profit, rather than wait for expiry and settlement.  

Fourth, it highlights the need for the authorities to exercise greater vigilance on unusual share price movements, especially when a call warrant is due to expire.

Finally, the issuer of call warrants also needs to take into account a stock’s longer-term prospects before issuing such instruments — or they risk being out of the pocket.

In DRB-Hicom’s case, few would have foreseen just a few months ago that the low-profile diversified conglomerate would have emerged on institutional investors’ buy lists. DRB-Hicom started garnering attention after analysts started appreciating its undervalued assets and it later acquired a 32% equity stake in Pos Malaysia Bhd.

Perhaps the most important lesson is that call warrants are a risky instrument for both the issuer and investors.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/i ... arrant-episode.html

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发表于 2011-8-2 14:27 | 显示全部楼层
多元資源上週“突然大跌”‧憑單持有人向交易所投訴
大馬財經 2011-08-02 11:31

(吉隆坡1日訊)多元資源工業(DRBHCOM, 1619, 主板工業產品組)股價上週一(7月25日),於閉市前突然暴跌33仙或14.5%至1令吉95仙,由於股價暴跌日期正巧落在回購憑單--多元資源工業CE(DRBHCOMCE, 1619CE, 主板工業產品組)的結算期間,進而引起部份憑單持有人不滿,向交易所作出投訴。

僑豐:已澄清
為求進一步確認,《星洲財經》嘗試聯絡回購憑單發行者僑豐投資銀行,惟發言人僅表示已就此事在公司網站發文告澄清,強調沒有涉及、甚至對相關“烏龍交易”毫不知情,同時拒絕給予更進一步評論。

交易所證監會:不置評
大馬交易所發言人則指出,考量及事件對市場的潛在影響,暫時不便透露交易所會對事件採取任何反應,並拒絕評論會否對事件展開調查;證監會則拒絕給予任何評論。

資料顯示,多元資源工業股價上週一原本即將以2令吉28仙閉市,卻在最後一分鍾突然“殺出”一批交易價僅有1令吉95仙的股票,而且數量高達140萬股,一舉將閉市價拉低至1令吉95仙,讓該股最終以跌33仙成為全場下跌股榜首。

一些行內人士認為,多元資源工業股價突然暴跌,或許只是因為某機構型投資者有意以1令吉95仙低價購買140萬股多元資源工業股票,卻錯誤輸入“出售”交易,導致一批低價股流出市場,並被眼明手快的投資者趁機吸納,才導致股價被一舉拉低,是烏龍交易。

不過,由於當天正好是多元資源工業CE的首日結算期,導致相關回購憑單在週二被投資者瘋狂拋售,並以12仙價格閉市,較週一的15仙閉市價下跌了30%。

上述回購憑單屆滿期定在8月1日,轉換價為1令吉95仙,轉換比例則為2憑單兌1母股,憑單最終結算價將根據屆滿前5個交易日的平均母股閉市價而定,即7月25日至29日的平均閉市價。

儘管多元資源工業股價在暴跌次日迅速反彈,餘下交易日也穩定在約2令吉25仙價位,最終結算價卻已被首日結算價大幅拖累,逆差幅度超過30%,讓一些持有者蒙受巨額虧損,並且去信向交易所投訴。

根據這名楊姓投資者的投訴信指出,多元資源工業股價暴跌時間正巧落在回購憑單結算期首日,時機巧合得讓人難以置信,同時也因相關發行銀行是這次事件中唯一受惠的單位而感到懷疑。

他覺得股價在這次事件中的波動非比尋常,而且投資者非常不公平,正式向大馬交易所和證券監督委員會提出投訴,希望相關單位徹查今次事件,並向投資者公佈調查結果。

楊先生也說,證監會已在回函中承諾會採取適當的行動,調查今次股價暴跌事件是否涉及違反證券法令或相關條例。

股價暴跌影響
多元資源工業股價暴跌對回購憑單的影響:

結算價格 = 憑單屆滿前5個交易日的平均閉市價

轉換價 = 1令吉95仙

轉換比例 = 2:1

屆滿期 = 2011年8月1日

多元資源工業CE結算方式:

最終結算價 = 平均5日閉市價(7月25日至29日)-轉換價/轉換比例

假設多元資源工業股價在7月25日的閉市價為2令吉25仙,最終結算價則為:

(2令吉25仙 + 2令吉24仙 + 2令吉25仙 + 2令吉24仙 + 2令吉24仙)/5-1令吉95仙/2 = 14.7仙(正常結算價)

不過,由於7月25日的實際股價暴跌至1令吉95仙,導致該回購憑單的實際結算價被拉低至:

(1令吉95仙 + 2令吉24仙 + 2令吉25仙 + 2令吉24仙 + 2令吉24仙)/5 - 1令吉95仙/2 = 11.17仙(實際結算價)

Source: http://biz.sinchew-i.com/node/50157

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发表于 2011-8-13 22:16 | 显示全部楼层
莫实得重工业净利暴跌91%
财经新闻财经 2011-08-13 12:20
(吉隆坡12日讯)莫实得重工业(BHIC,8133,主板工业产品股)截至2011年6月30日财年次季,净利按年暴跌91%至139万7000令吉,上财年同期为1580万4000令吉。

次季营业额则上涨15.6%,报1亿2076万令吉,相较于上财年同期的1亿447万5000令吉。

莫实得重工业发文告指出,次季净利下滑原因归咎完成目前手中计划,包括商业造船在内的成本飙涨,以及近期收购活动的融资费用增加和子公司较低的盈利贡献。

净利跌63%

莫实得重工业董事经理丹斯里阿末兰里表示,该公司将致力减低成本,通过营运效率来优化人力资源成本,以及通过转型策略来减低原料成本。

累积6个月的财年净利按年下跌63.5%,至1146万9000令吉;营业额则从上财年同期的1亿9288万3000令吉,增长23.1%至2亿3745万1000令吉。

阿末兰里表示,公司旗下的工程计划已接近完工阶段。

展望未来,公司希望获取更多订单。“而且,我们的联营公司也预期继续为集团带来盈利贡献。”

他透露,子公司负责打造6艘新战舰的工程合约已进入最后准备阶段,预期在不久后将展开协商。

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发表于 2011-8-14 00:20 | 显示全部楼层
楼上的。。。老鼠老虎傻傻分不清。

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发表于 2011-8-14 16:35 | 显示全部楼层
转载星X日报
(吉隆坡13日訊)何清園巴剎小販遷至新巴剎營業7個月,又面對迫遷危機,因而展開和平請願!
陳國偉:將建35層大廈
行動黨蕉賴國會議員陳國偉表示,政府將何清園1165地段(即何清園新巴剎),售賣給大馬富豪賽莫達旗下一家財團,以興建35層大廈。
他指出,另一間參與投標購地的公司,其開價比上述財團高出3千萬令吉,且準備在大廈底層,興建現代化巴剎。
他質問說,既然前者開出更優惠的條件,且又計劃安頓小販,為何政府卻將該地段售賣予上述財團?
此外,他披露,根據大廈發展計劃,其中9樓為商店,為何該財團不將其中一層保留為巴剎。
將向反貪會投報
“投標過程可能涉及舞弊,因此我將與武吉免登國會議員方貴倫及巴剎小販,向反貪污委員會投報。”
他今早會見巴剎小販時表示,該財團已向市政局提呈圖測,卻無計劃安頓巴剎小販,而市政局也在今年4月,發函通知小販搬遷。
他指出,他曾要求會見財政部第二部長及直轄區部長,以反映此問題,惟對方卻不願會見小販。
此外,他披露,他也曾在國會追問此問題,惟政府無給予滿意解釋,只表明會安頓小販。
他促請政府取消有關土地買賣交易,並重新公開招標,除了價高者得,也規定競投者必須安頓巴剎小販。
方貴倫:出價低者得標
反貪會應調查有否涉舞弊
方貴倫表示,兩間公司投標出價相差3千萬令吉,而出價低者卻投標得手,因此他呼吁反貪會,調查投標有否涉及舞弊。
他指出,首相經常表明“以民為本”,因此政府必須優先照顧小市民,而非富豪。
他強調,他與陳國偉將把此事帶上國會,並促請政府給予交代。(星洲日報/大都會)

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发表于 2011-8-22 18:52 | 显示全部楼层
Volkswagens to roll out from DRB-Hicom plant by November     
  
PEKAN: The DRB-Hicom Berhad plant here is expected to start assembling Volkswagen cars in October or November, with an initial batch of more than 200 units.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the assembly here would be the platform for making the country the base for the export of Volkswagen cars to Asean countries by 2014.

"The first batch from the Pekan plant will test the response of the local market for the model, a number of which, according to plans, will be exported to Asean countries," he said at the breaking of the fast with more than 1,000 DRB-Hicom employees and local residents at the Sri Maulana Mosque here on Saturday, Aug 20.

Also present was managing director of the DRB-Hicom group Datuk Seri Mohd Khamil Jamil.

The Prime Minister was confident that Pekan would be linked with the production of cars for the global market.

"Fans of Mercedes and Volkswagen will be more familiar with Pekan after this," Najib said.

In the face of challenges, he said, the DRB-Hicom management had carried out "changes and renewals" that yielded good results.

Najib hoped the company would increase its workforce from the present 2,500 people to 6,000 within four years. - Bernama

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发表于 2011-8-25 18:51 | 显示全部楼层
DHB-Hicom 1Q net profit falls 42% to RM91.07m      

KUALA LUMPUR: DRB-HICOM BHD [] net profit for the first quarter ended June 30, 2011 fell 42% to RM91.07 million from RM157.78 million a year earlier on lower share of results of associated companies namely Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd due to shortages of CKD packs following the Japan earthquake/tsunami in March 2011.

It said on Thursday, Aug 25 that its revenue for the quarter rose 1.93% to RM1.58 billion from RM1.55 billion in 2010.

Earnings per share declined to 4.71 sen from 8.16 sen in 2010, while net assets per share was RM2.63.

DRB-Hicom said that in the previous corresponding period, the group had recognised a one-off exceptional gain i.e. negative goodwill of RM71.22 million, arising from the accretion of equity interest in EON Bhd. Hence, profit reported during the period was RM223.48 million.

Reviewing its performance, DRB-Hicom group managing director Datuk Seri Mohd Khamil Jamil said the recent downgrading of the United States sovereign rating, European debt crisis, and the continuous increase in inflation would potentially affect the Malaysian economy.

Against this challenging background, the group would continue to pursue various cost management initiatives and review the group’s business approaches to mitigate any negative and adverse impact on the group’s financial results for the financial year ending March 31, 2012, he said.

Mohd Khamil however said that he was positive that the effects of the tragedy in Japan would not be a prevailing factor in the Group’s future performances.

“This like most disasters was unexpected and unavoidable. Nevertheless, DRB-Hicom with its diverse business background is built to withstand various challenges thrown in its way.

“Despite the dip in the automotive sector’s revenue, I am proud to say that the strategic re-alignment in our services sector over the last three years enabled the company to hold strong despite cyclical challenges,” he said.

Mohd Khamil said that with the completion of the acquisition of Pos Malaysia on July 1, 2011, it also meant that the group would be able to further push synergistic opportunities within the group and that this would eventually contribute positively to its future earnings.

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发表于 2011-8-25 21:14 | 显示全部楼层
DRB-HICOM Q1 profit shrinks to RM146m

DRB-HICOM Bhd's pre-tax profit for the
first quarter ended June 30, 2011 fell to RM146.3 million from RM223.475 million
in the same period last year.
Revenue, however, rose to RM1.58 billion from RM1.55 billion previously, it
said in a statement today.       
DRB-HICOM said the lower pre-tax profit was due problems arising from the
disruption in supply of components due to Japan’s natural disaster in March
2011.


"The better revenue performance was supported by higher revenue contribution
by the services as well as property, construction and assets sectors," it said.
Group managing director, Datuk Seri Mohd Khamil Jamil, said he was positive
the effects of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan would not be a prevailing
factor in the group’s future performances. -- Bernama

Read more: DRB-HICOM Q1 profit shrinks to RM146m http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/20110825202856/Article/index_html#ixzz1W6b5XC4S

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