Highlights
KLSE: PBBANK (1295)       PUBLIC BANK BHD MAIN : Finance
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
20.80   0.00 (0.00%)  0.00 - 0.00  0
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Overview

Market Cap: 80,748 Million
NOSH: 3,882 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):4,133,622
4 Weeks Range:20.36 - 22.90
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
90.83%
52 Weeks Range:20.36 - 26.16
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
79.51%
Average Price Target: 24.77
Price Target Upside/Downside: +3.97

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2018 [#3]  |  25-Oct-2018
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 31-Dec-2018  |  22-Feb-2019
T4Q P/E | EY: 14.24  |  7.02%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 3.17%  |  44.96%
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 10.2521  |  2.03
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 26.40%  |  14.25%

Headlines

Date Subject
15-Aug-2019 派息33仙·大众银行次季赚13.3亿
15-Aug-2019 Public Bank Berhad - Net Income Drag But Within Explanations
15-Aug-2019 Mplus Market Pulse - 15 Aug 2019
15-Aug-2019 Public Bank Berhad - As Consistent As Ever
15-Aug-2019 PBBANK: Kenanga Research raised TP to RM25.20 with an upgraded OUTPERFORM call (Source: Kenanga Research)
15-Aug-2019 Public Bank - Weaker All-around
15-Aug-2019 Public Bank - Stable Credit Cost with 6M19 ROE in Line with Estimat
14-Aug-2019 下跌股:大众银行RM20支撑
05-Aug-2019 Banking - BNM Stats. (June 19): Post-Festive Dip
31-Jul-2019 Technical View - Public Bank Bhd (PBBANK, 1295)
08-Jul-2019 Public Bank - Asset Quality a Key Priority Over Loan Expansion
03-Jul-2019 Banking - Braced by Stable Assets and Undervaluation
01-Jul-2019 Banking - BNM Stats. (May 2019): Same Old, Same Old
18-Jun-2019 下跌股:大众银行RM22.82支撑
14-Jun-2019 10 things I learned from the 2019 Public Bank AGM - Shak Chee Hoi
10-Jun-2019 Banking Sector - 1Q19 Earnings Review: Softer revenue YoY offset by lower opex and provisions
03-Jun-2019 Banking - BNM Stats: (Apr 19) – Sentiments Mixed
31-May-2019 热门股:大众银行上挑RM24.20
28-May-2019 12 things to know about Public Bank before you invest (updated 2019)
28-May-2019 上升股:大众银行阻力RM23.04

Business Background

Public Bank Bhd is a Malaysian banking group that provides a range of financial products and services, including personal banking, commercial banking, Islamic banking, investment banking, share broking, trustee services, nominee services, sale and management of unit trust funds, bancassurance, and general insurance products. In additional to its mostly Malaysian operational presence, the bank is exposed to other Southeast Asian nations through some of its branches. Its strategy emphasizes organic growth in the retail banking business, particularly retail consumers and small and medium-size enterprises. The vast majority of its earning assets are in loans, advances, and financing.
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masterus Federal Reserve cuts interest rates by 0.25% – its first in a decade
Fed chief Jerome Powell ‘let us down’, says Trump amid disappointment that rates were not cut harder.
01/08/2019 7:57 AM
zerocool7199 Trade war hit back
02/08/2019 7:47 AM
tempus Very weird, the QR report supposed to be due by Jul 19.

At current month, there will be heavy weight finance counters reporting their QR. The earnings might give further pressure to the KLCI.

CIMB
Maybank
HLBank
HLFG
RHB
PBB

Also Palm Oil related counters might deliver not favorable result

SimePlant
KLK
IOI

Petronas related

Petchem
Petdag
Petgas
MISC
03/08/2019 2:06 PM
enigmatic [Breaker of Speculative Investing] Thank you for the drop. Accumulated some. Awaiting Aug dividend now.
03/08/2019 11:55 PM
masterus Riot in Hong Kong

https://youtu.be/FjTYg-__MFk
04/08/2019 3:53 PM
masterus The cost of the Hong Kong protests
Protesters in protective gear holding up a symbolic yellow umbrella and an American flag while marching through the Sha Tin District in Hong Kong earlier in the month. Sights such as these are fuelling speculation about foreign involvement in the ongoing protests.

What has happened in HK is that the protests’ demands have grown exponentially, bordering on calls to be independent and free from China. Tragically, it has also become more violent by the day.

In calling for freedom of speech, citizens who disagreed with the protesters have found themselves beaten up, which seems to go against the grain.


Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/columnists/2019/08/04/the-cost-of-the-hong-kong-protests#5ufiIeeq5JjzMwL8.99
04/08/2019 3:57 PM
RainT now the protesters in HK is not about extradition bill anymore

they demand to be independence from China.... it is impossible to happen


as far the HK government is tolerate with the protestors, what the protesters do is too far away already

if other country or other government, these people will not able go too far as this

China should have take action and send their soldier troops to HK to tame all the ridiculuos protestors
05/08/2019 12:48 PM
masterus If I'm the government, I immediately declare darurat. Perintah bekurung. If this shit holes out making trouble around, just perintah askar2 to shooting them all. Just like shooting the zombies. No zombies, no infection, no problem.
05/08/2019 2:32 PM
RainT pity the people if you are the government

now the HK government hesitate to take harsh action is due to their image

HK image on the world of financial center, freedom of speech, human rights, rules of law etc
it is this few things that make HK outstanding in the eyes of the world

if harsh action is taken, HK will collapse and die forever already
heavy price need to be pay if harsh action taken

let the Tiananmen history repeat again
let HK people learn the hard lesson
after than all its people will follow the government and the country will prosper as now in China currently

pity those youngsters who die buta at Tiananmen Square, protest for what? get what? loss the life
if now they alive, they can see how prosper and strong China is now in economy, military, defence, technology , manufacturing etc

China now is world number 1
after few years will be number 1
so thats is why Donald Duck freak out and start trade war
05/08/2019 5:05 PM
RainT correction: china now is number 2
05/08/2019 5:06 PM
masterus Chinese companies relocating operations to Malaysia amid trade war
ECONOMY
Monday, 05 Aug 2019 3:30 PM MYT
image: https://apicms.thestar.com.my/uploads/images/2019/08/05/194304.png


KUALA LUMPUR: Companies in China are relocating most of their operations to Malaysia amid the country's trade war with the United States (US).

IQI Global chief economist and Global player Shan Saeed said there were also a slew of Chinese investments going to Vietnam.
06/08/2019 8:08 AM
masterus "Some economies are actually benefiting from this trade war. If you picked up an Economist magazine last November, it stated that some economies benefiting in the information and communications technology (ICT) and automobile sectors were from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam," he told Bernama.

He also foresees the US-China trade war continuing.
06/08/2019 8:10 AM
masterus "The Malaysian government is in control of the total economy and its balance sheet also looks very strong with investors still viewing the country favourably," he said.

Shan said Malaysia's economy remained buoyant and is expected to end the year with an economic growth of around 4.5 per cent - 5.0 per cent.
06/08/2019 8:11 AM
masterus Riot in Hong Kong

https://youtu.be/ysSG8dNhaCY
06/08/2019 12:30 PM
HK_protest Bec not happy with bankers con citizens.
07/08/2019 12:04 PM
HK_protest PBB RM 10 many will feel happy with PH but more counters green not now?
07/08/2019 12:04 PM
Gerald Koh Public Bank: The price is cheaper. Should I buy now?

http://www.geraldkohstockcharts.com/2019/08/07/public-bank-the-price-is-cheaper-can-i-buy-now/
07/08/2019 1:40 PM
tempus FKLCI is vulnerable this month. There is no sign of potential strength in any of the KLCI components in their upcoming QR release.

Escape to safety.
07/08/2019 10:54 PM
KK93 Sharing
https://mao-kid.blogspot.com/2019/08/pbbank-1295.html?m=1
12/08/2019 11:44 PM
laychee Bank stocks in the world spooked by Hong Kong and Argentina problems today.
13/08/2019 10:59 AM
PotentialGhost Let see how worst bursa market sentiment PH gov can make
13/08/2019 11:20 AM
prince4 US-CHINA Trade War market uncertain, local and foreign funds money would not flow in big cap and mid cap stock .because everybody scare buy high losses money . In this few month expect Funds manager money would flow out in bigcap and midcap stocks and will short selling midcap stocks for make money so now no prospects cannot buy and hold .
Market money will flows in cheaper stock This is a opportunity in small cap cheaper stocks. sharks now start goreng lows price stock at bottom..
13/08/2019 11:23 AM
RainT Trump will let US economy to go into recession?

US election going to in 2020

if US economy not good, he will not be elected

when he will stop all this trade war
13/08/2019 12:33 PM
RainT external worst economy sentiment + worst & useless PH = Msia going to big recession
13/08/2019 12:33 PM
zhen wei & JP One thing I've learned is JOM
13/08/2019 12:36 PM
anzo888 great buying opportunity at this lvl. Public bank HK contribute only a small portion to its bottomline.

Current lvl has almost factored in the worst case scenarios. rm20 should hold this downtrend

only worries will be Wall Sreet performance n another rate cut by BNM which will affect banks bottomline
13/08/2019 12:45 PM
Gerald Koh Pbbank just penetrated RM21 support. Downtrend.
http://www.geraldkohstockcharts.com/2019/08/07/public-bank-the-price-is-cheaper-can-i-buy-now/
13/08/2019 2:28 PM
flexibt Rebound
13/08/2019 2:59 PM
ttluck look attarctive....
13/08/2019 3:13 PM
zhen wei & JP Are we tomorrow ? slipped of some holdings opss
13/08/2019 9:37 PM
JN88 Don't waste time......wait RM15-17....next interest rate reduce will reduce profit of bank...
13/08/2019 10:19 PM
JN88 This bank like to taking loan for people more than 0.5 million...or 1 million.....and above....they need to pay back..
13/08/2019 10:21 PM
GreenTrade https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/greentrade/219337.jsp

Rebound will be imminent if Dow Jones closes up firmly tonight
14/08/2019 12:02 AM
AlfI3 Dow ups firmly abt 1.5% , wat wud u anticipate now
14/08/2019 6:44 AM
Jeffreyteck Can start thinking and imposing higher fees and charges? Already in close to oligopoly industry supported by the regulator.
14/08/2019 5:14 PM
RainT result out

seem not bad
14/08/2019 5:36 PM
4444 Jackpot price RM 10.
14/08/2019 8:46 PM
freddiehero hahaha...
14/08/2019 8:52 PM
freddiehero i wish i wil kenak jackpot too
14/08/2019 8:53 PM
KK93 https://mao-kid.blogspot.com/2019/08/pbbank-1295-part-2.html
14/08/2019 11:07 PM
RedEagle Critically, as Jim Grant noted recently, the spread between the 10-year and three-month yields is an important indicator, James Bianco, president and eponym of Bianco Research LLC notes today. On six occasions over the past 50 years when the three-month yield exceeded that of the 10-year, economic recession invariably followed, commencing an average of 311 days after the initial signal.

Finally, Joseph Carson, former Director of Global Economic Research, Alliance Bernstein, notes that recessions are far from being alike and their symptoms and causes differ over time. Despite its many shapes and sizes the historical regularity that an inverted Treasury yield curve has coincided with recession has raised concern now that yields on longer-dated Treasuries have fallen been below shorter-term yields for several months running.

The power of the term spread to predict or anticipate economic recessions needs to be respected, but there are several new domestic and global factors that are present today, suggesting that the signaling effect from changes in the Treasury yield curve directly to the economy's future performance might not be as robust as it was past periods.

First, this is the first economic cycle that involved a bond-buying program by the Federal Reserve. The quantitative bond-buying program produced a technical anchoring effect at the long-end of the bond market that was not present in prior cycles. While this program did not cause a yield curve inversion by itself it did result in a flatter yield curve than what otherwise would have been the case, and as a result, it would not take much force from other factors to trigger an inversion in the term spread of yields.

Second, given the increased globalization of the financial markets the appeal and demand of long-dated US Treasury securities is often based on the yields available in other major economies. Long bond yields in a number of major economies (such Germany, Japan and France) are negative and many others (including the UK, Spain and Australia) are below 1% and that has led to an increase in global demand for long-dated US Treasury securities since yields in the US are in some cases 100 to 200 basis points over the yields of comparable maturities in other economies. That increased global demand for US securities is a new technical factor and unrelated to the performance of the US economy.

Third, this is the first time the inversion of the Treasury curve occurred with nominal yields at the short and long end that were well below the growth in nominal income and GDP (or the economy's yield curve). Why is that important? There is a direct negative consequence to the economy's performance when the cost of borrowing exceeds the growth in nominal income. At that point, the cost of new borrowing starts to become too costly, leading to a slowdown or a decline in credit use, and a weaker economy.

Although it is often overlooked, all of the Treasury yield curve inversions that have preceded recessions have coincided with an inversion in the economy's yield curve, or when short and long-term nominal rates were above the growth in nominal income and GDP. The fact that the Treasury yield curve has inverted at relatively low nominal yields, suggests that the interest rate channel is not producing the restrictive influences on the economy as it did during prior inversions and instead is actually providing a cushion (or stimulus) to the economy. Policymakers should take note of this unusual occurrence and not rush to ease policy further, saving its interest rate powder for another time.

If the Treasury curve inversion is not producing a restrictive influence on the economy as it did in the past can the US still experience a recession? Yes, but it would come from different channels.

The biggest recession risk today centers around the trade dispute between the US and China. Trade disputes have the potential to be very disruptive and contractionary and can operate through a number of channels, such as trade volumes and production, currencies and prices and asset markets.

Of all of these channels, the biggest vulnerability for the US is the equity channel since the market value of equities relative to income and GDP is at record highs, providing consumers with vast sums of liquidity and wealth. If the imposition of new tariffs and the uncertainty over what may follow triggers a de-risking and rush to exit, sparking a sustained 25% to 30% correction in the equity market that by itself could trigger a recession as it would deal a substantial blow to consumer liquidity and wealth, and an abrupt and sharp decline in spending and confidence.

That is not a forecast or a prediction but merely an observation that all recessions have been caused by some form of a demand shock, and the inverted yield curve merely highlighted the vulnerability of the economy to a potential bad outcome.
15/08/2019 12:36 AM
mf Dow Jones 25,479.42 -800.49 3.05%
Nasdaq 7,773.94 -242.42 3.02%
15/08/2019 6:38 AM
sheldon Im sure PBB will trade below 20 today
15/08/2019 8:55 AM
prince4 US-CHINA Trade War market uncertain, local and foreign funds money would not flow in big cap and mid cap stock because everybody scare buy high losses money . In this few month expect Funds manager money would flow out in bigcap and midcap stocks and will short selling midcap stocks for make money so now no prospects cannot buy and hold .
TOP volume all low prices stocks.This is a opportunity ,markets money now flows in cheaper stocks. sharks now start goreng lows price stock at bottom..
15/08/2019 9:41 AM
anzo888 just when you tot pbb will go below 20, mr market proves otherwise.
pbb still holding well above 20 though djia was down 800 pts
a very clear signal pbb has seen its bottom?
unless wall street keeps plunging, i got a feeling 20.36 will be history
15/08/2019 3:41 PM
jenngu Dividend RM 0.33 , https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/annent/1295.jsp
15/08/2019 6:36 PM
patient_invest PBB bank has very poor dividend yield, people are buying for capital gain?
15/08/2019 8:23 PM
AlfI3 Div yeild was good formerly but not so attractive nowadays. Nvrtheless, it Still better than Maybank
15/08/2019 11:14 PM
patient_invest Alf why is PBB better than Maybank?
16/08/2019 7:40 AM
Michael Yeo Bcos one twenty plus and the other is eight plus
17/08/2019 5:24 PM


 

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