Thursday, May 30, 2013

8 Steps To Catch Snatch Thief

Monday, May 27, 2013

Why MPHB falls 9% ?

MPHB falls from 3.89 to 3.51 today, almost 10% off last Friday closing price.

The fall was not due to bad result from their 1Q result. In fact 1Q result was much better than last year's same quarter.

MPHB reported that its net profit for the 1Q ended March 31, 2013 (1QFY13) was RM149 million on revenue of RM920 million.

Last year, in same quarter, the group made a profit of RM83 million on revenue of RM905 million.

Today's fall was due to its renounceable offer for sale of shares in MPHB Capital Bhd went ex.

The proposed demerger will see its non-gaming assets grouped under MPHB Capital Bhd. It will go public on June 25, 2013.

MPHB will be renamed to Magnum Corp Bhd, hence taking over its gaming brand.

The corporate exercise included MPHB's offer for sale of 715 million MPHB shares to MPHB shareholders on a one offer share for every two MPHB shares held as at the end of Wednesday. The offer price was RM1 per offer share.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

TOP 10 GOLF RESORTS In the World

1. Primland; Virginia, USA

2. Residences at Kapalua Bay; Maui, Hawaii

3. Farm at Cape Kidnappers; Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

4. Kirimaya; Thailand

5. Masseria Torre Maizza; Puglia, Italy

6. Stoke Park; Buckinghamshire, England

7. Finca Cortesin; Costa del Sol, Spain

8. Blantyre; Massachusetts USA

9. Namale; Fiji

10. Carneros Inn; California, USA

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Malaysia’s New Cabinet Ministers

Prime Minister : Datuk Seri Najib Razak

Deputy Prime Minister : Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

Minister in PM’s Department: Jamil Khir, Wahid Omar (Senator), Idris Jala, Joseph Kurup, Shahidan Kassim

Defence Minister: Hishammuddin Hussein

Finance Minister I: Najib Razak, Finance Minister II: Ahmad Husni

Education Minister 1: Muhyiddin Yassin, Education Minister II: Idris Jusoh

Home Minister: Zahid Hamidi

Works : Fadilah Yusof,

Acting Transport Minister: Hishammuddin Hussein

International Trade & Industry Minister: Mustapa Mohamed

Women, Family and Community Development Minister: Rohani Karim

Youth and Sports Minister: Khairy Jamaluddin

Tourism Minister: Nazri Aziz

Natural Resources and Environment Minister: G. Palanivel

Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister: Maximus Ongkili

Agriculture Minister: Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Federal Territories Minister: Tengku Adnan

Science, Technology and Innovation Minister: Ewon Ebin

Health Minister: Dr. S. Subramaniam

Foreign Minister: Anifah Aman

Domestic Trade Minister: Hassan Malek

Rural and Regional Development Minister: Shafie Apdal

Communication and Multimedia Minister: Ahmad Shabery Cheek
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