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The Star
AirAsia closes at highest since March 2015, AmBank reboundssen to 29.5 sen. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell RM14 to RM2,565
AirAsia closes at highest since March 2015, AmBank rebounds
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
sen to 29.5 sen. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell RM14 to RM2,565 per tonne. PPB Group rose 26 sen to RM16.74, Ta Ann added 20 sen to RM4.07, IOI Corp and Sime Darby were flat at RM4.24 and RM7.48 while KL Kepong fell eight sen to... Read more
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9d
The Borneo Post
The week at a glance 22 May 2016Ta Ann records a four per cent increase in revenue Ta Ann Holdings Berhad (Ta
The week at a glance 22 May 2016
The Borneo Post / Posted 9 days ago
Ta Ann records a four per cent increase in revenue Ta Ann Holdings Berhad (Ta Ann) recorded a four per cent increase in its revenue for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2015 at RM1.0483 billion from the previous year. HSL sees record new contracts... Read more
10d
The Borneo Post
Ta Ann to see better numbers aheadKUCHING: Ta Ann Holdings Bhd (Ta Ann) reported a slow start to the financial ye
Ta Ann to see better numbers ahead
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
KUCHING: Ta Ann Holdings Bhd (Ta Ann) reported a slow start to the financial year 2016 but analysts see promising prospects in the group, backed by its palm oil segment and possible recovery in its timber division. Of note, Ta Ann recorded a net... Read more
11d
The Star
Petronas Dagangan lifts KLCI, AirAsia in focusBAT fell 56 sen to RM50.74 after the recent recovery and profit taking saw Ajin
Petronas Dagangan lifts KLCI, AirAsia in focus
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
BAT fell 56 sen to RM50.74 after the recent recovery and profit taking saw Ajinomoto losing six sen to RM12.90. Ta Ann gained 10 sen to RM3.39 as analysts expected the remaining part of 2016 to be better foor the timber-plantation... Read more
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11d
The Star
IOI Corp, DneX, Pelangi, Puncak Niaga, HeiTechto set up and manage information systems of the Construction Industry Developme
IOI Corp, DneX, Pelangi, Puncak Niaga, HeiTech
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
to set up and manage information systems of the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB). Aeon, HSL, Ta Ann, KPJ, Hap Seng, Tropicana, Perisai and MSM announced their corporate results on Thursday. JF Apex Research said US... Read more
11d
The Star
Weak results by Ta Ann as timber sales fall, says CIMB ResearchTa Ann's Q1FY16 underperformance was due mainly to lower-than-expected timber s
Weak results by Ta Ann as timber sales fall, says CIMB Research
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
Ta Ann's Q1FY16 underperformance was due mainly to lower-than-expected timber sales volumes and selling prices KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research has described timber-plantation company Ta Ann’s 1Q16 results below, at only 5% and 8% of its and... Read more
11d
The Star
KLCI ends 2pts down as Maybank weigh, RM near 6 to poundadded nine sen to RM7.40. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell RM43 to
KLCI ends 2pts down as Maybank weigh, RM near 6 to pound
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
added nine sen to RM7.40. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell RM43 to RM2,518 per tonne, the lowest since March 4.Ta Ann lost 12 sen to RM3.89, United Plantations 10 sen to RM26.90 while KL Kepong four sen to RM23.04, IOI Corp added eight... Read more
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12d
The Star
Maybank leads KLCI down midday, ringgit fallssen to RM21.32. SK Petro added two sen to RM1.60. Crude palm oil for third-mon
Maybank leads KLCI down midday, ringgit falls
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
sen to RM21.32. SK Petro added two sen to RM1.60. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery rose RM3 to RM2,564 per tonne. Ta Ann lost 10 sen to RM3.91, United Plantations 10 sen to RM26.90 and BLD Plantations nine sen to RM8.60. Among the KLCI... Read more
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13d
The Star
KLCI slips back into the red at middayArmada gained one sen to 73 sen. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell
KLCI slips back into the red at midday
The Star / Posted 13 days ago
Armada gained one sen to 73 sen. Crude palm oil for third-month delivery fell RM34 to RM2,566 per tonne on profit taking. Ta Ann, which is involved in plantations and timber, fell the most, down 38 sen to RM4.12, PPB Group was down 22 sen to... Read more
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13d
The Star
Rough start for KLCI after Wall Street slideand UMW nine sen to RM5.68. Among the plantations, KL Kepong lost 20 sen to RM
Rough start for KLCI after Wall Street slide
The Star / Posted 13 days ago
and UMW nine sen to RM5.68. Among the plantations, KL Kepong lost 20 sen to RM22.80 and PPB Group 16 sen to RM15.84 while Ta Ann was down 11 sen to RM4.39. As for the finance and banks, Hong Leong Bank was down 18 sen to RM13.26 and HLG fell 12... Read more
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19d
The Star
El Nino drying outworst decline in its Q1 2016 fresh fruit bunches (FFB) production performance w
El Nino drying out
The Star / Posted 19 days ago
worst decline in its Q1 2016 fresh fruit bunches (FFB) production performance with a 23.1% drop, Felda Global Ventures 16%, Ta Ann and Genting Plantations 10.6% each, TSH Resources 6.9% and Kuala Lumpur Kepong 6.6% respectively. PIVB said: “We see... Read more
20d
The Star
Public Bank, Petronas Gas and MISC shore up KLCIup one sen to RM1.59. Crude palm oil futures for third month rose RM44 to RM2,
Public Bank, Petronas Gas and MISC shore up KLCI
The Star / Posted 20 days ago
up one sen to RM1.59. Crude palm oil futures for third month rose RM44 to RM2,705 per tonne. Plantation and timber player Ta Ann added 11 sen to RM4.58, KL Kepong rose two sen to RM22.98, IOI Corp lost one sen to RM4.17, PPB Group 24 sen to... Read more
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20d
The Star
Cautious start for KLCIsen to RM5.20, Perstima 10 sen to RM5.89 and Kawan Food seven sen to RM3.08. K
Cautious start for KLCI
The Star / Posted 20 days ago
sen to RM5.20, Perstima 10 sen to RM5.89 and Kawan Food seven sen to RM3.08. KL Kepong fell six sen to RM22.98 with 24,800 shares done. However, PPB Group gained 26 sen to RM15.68, Genting Plantations 12 sen to RM10.68 and Ta Ann eight sen to RM... Read more
21d
The Borneo Post
Election boost for Sarawakian counters as analysts predict price reboundPhoto shows Ta Ann s facilities. Ta Ann has said it had already anticipated log
Election boost for Sarawakian counters as analysts predict price rebound
The Borneo Post / Posted 21 days ago
Photo shows Ta Ann s facilities. Ta Ann has said it had already anticipated log prices to moderate in the beginning of the year but expected it to trend higher in the following months. Jaya Tiasa’s log prices are lower as a portion of its logs is... Read more
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22d
The Star
Sarawak stocks to rebound?the Sarawak stocks included Hock Seng Lee Bhd (HSL), KKB Engineering Bhd, Saraw
Sarawak stocks to rebound?
The Star / Posted 22 days ago
the Sarawak stocks included Hock Seng Lee Bhd (HSL), KKB Engineering Bhd, Sarawak Cable Bhd (SCable), Jaya Tiasa Holdings, Ta Ann, and Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd. “HSL has fallen about 10% from RM2 per share a month ago. We believe HSL deserves a... Read more
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24d
Sabah Daily Express
Sarawak-related stocks hold firmHock Seng Lee (HSL), KKB Engineering (KKB) and Naim Holdings, as well as timber
Sarawak-related stocks hold firm
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 24 days ago
Hock Seng Lee (HSL), KKB Engineering (KKB) and Naim Holdings, as well as timber stocks, Jaya Tiasa Holdings (JTiasa) and Ta Ann Holdings (TaAnn), which have been well supported since early this month, continued to trade on positive note today... Read more
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29d
Sarawak Report
BN's Timber Tycoon Candidate For Repok Illegally Plundered Baram - EXPOSElogging in Sarawak, Adenan has attended grand events with the employees of Saml
BN's Timber Tycoon Candidate For Repok Illegally Plundered Baram - EXPOSE
Sarawak Report / Posted 29 days ago
logging in Sarawak, Adenan has attended grand events with the employees of Samling, WTK, KTS, Rimbunan Hijau, Shin Yang and Ta Ann urging them to vote for BN or face losing their “rice bowl”. He has also taken the unprecedented move of appointing... Read more

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