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ASEAN STOCK WATCH Asean Affairs  21 June 2013 


21 June 2013

The FTSE Straits Times Index (STI) ended -8.81 points lower or -0.28% lower to 3,124.45, taking the year-to-date performance to -1.35%.

The FTSE ST Mid Cap Index declined -0.95% while the FTSE ST Small Cap Index declined -0.36%.

The top active stocks were Wilmar (+0.31%), Capitaland (-2.24%), Fortune Reit HK$ (+3.21%), Singtel (+0.28%), and DBS (-0.96%).

The outperforming sectors today were represented by the FTSE ST Health Care which gained +0.69%. The two biggest stocks of the Health Care Index are Biosensors International (+0.47%) and Raffles Medical Group (+1.66%). The underperforming sector, FTSE ST Technology, declined -1.92% with LionGold Corp declining -5.41% and Stats ChipPAC declining -1.35%. The FTSE ST Real Estate Index declined -1.07%, the FTSE ST Consumer Services Index declined -0.34% and the FTSE ST Utilities index declined -1.79% .

The three most active Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) by value today were SPDR GOLD SHARES (-0.95%), IS MSCI INDIA 100 (+4.15%) and DBXT FTSE VIETNAM ETF 10 (-0.38%).

The three most active Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) by value were Kep REIT (-0.38%), Ascendasreit (-2.67%) and CapitaMall (-2.50%).

The most active index warrants by value today were HSI20400MBeCW130829 (-2.74%), HSI20200MBePW130829 (+3.13%) and HSI22000UBeCW130829 (-1.96%).

The most active stock warrants by value today were DBS MB eCW130801 (-31.00%), KepCorp MBeCW130902 (+8.05%), and Wilmar MBeCW131202 (+24.19%).

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 Singapore Stock Market
                                   Friday                    Thursday
*ST Index     3,124.45  -8.81       3,133.26  -80.53
Volume:                  2,363.3M                  2,095.3M
Value:                    $2,025.5M              $1,838.8M
Gainers/Losers:            155/26                    62/416

Daily Market Commentary (Securities)

21 June 2013

The FBM KLCI index lost 6.49 points or 0.37% on Friday. The Finance Index fell 0.53% to 16644.32 points, the Properties Index dropped 1.46% to 1372.26 points and the Plantation Index down 3.43% to 8098.05 points. The market traded within a range of 24.83 points between an intra-day high of 1762.49 and a low of 1737.66 during the session.

Actively traded stocks include LUSTER, MAEMODE, LUSTER-WB, MAS, ETITECH, AIRASIA, CLIQ-WA, JCY, SUMATEC and HUBLINE-WA. Trading volume increased to 2052.29 mil shares worth RM3787.63 mil as compared to Thursday’s 1638.00 mil shares worth RM2017.00 mil.

Leading Movers were FGV (+17 sen to RM4.68), PETGAS (+12 sen to RM20.76), ARMADA (+6 sen to RM3.81), PETCHEM (+6 sen to RM6.66) and PETDAG (+6 sen to RM25.18). Lagging Movers were BAT (-160 sen to RM59.50), KLK (-20 sen to RM21.30), HLFG (-14 sen to RM13.96), MAYBANK (-10 sen to RM10.26) and GENTING (-10 sen to RM10.06). Market breadth was negative with 306 gainers as compared to 512 losers.

The KLCI ended moderately lower at 1755.85 points despite recorded loss of 15.6 points at the opening bell. Our local bourse took a nosedive in tandem with the weaker overseas bourses amid continued concern about the scaling back of bond purchases by Federal Reserve later this year. The KLCI has sunk to an intra-day low of 1737.66 points by losing a massive 24.68 points. Nevertheless, the KLCI managed to regain some lost ground subsequently, as market jitters faded and attracted bargain-hunting activity. The positive performance of Japan market that was spurred by the weakening Yen also partially helped in supporting investors’ sentiment.


Trade summary
Date As of:     21 June 2013    Time    16:00:00

Description       Volume                              Value                   Frequency
ETF                     44,500                      27,240,000                              34
Stock       6,134,503,727           9,295,032,940,305                    209,277
Right           720,675,084              368,140,633,268                             62
Warrant        77,172,000                   4,401,754,000                        1,268
Total        6,932,395,311            9,667,602,567,573                    210,641


Trading Summary
As of 21 Jun 2013          Unit: M.Baht

Type                        Buy                         Sell                         Net
Institution            7,577.88                  7,217.31                    360.57     
Proprietary       14,121.70                 12,048.59                 2,073.12     
Foreign            21,845.78                 25,329.69                -3,483.91     
Individual         35,489.81                 34,439.59                 1,050.22     
Total Trading Value                                79,035.17   M.Baht     


Most Southeast Asian stocks fell on Friday on concerns over the U.S. Federal Reserve's plan to scale back its asset-buying programme, but late bargain-hunting helped the heavily sold emerging region recoup
some losses.  

After a choppy session, Jakarta's Composite Index ended down 2.5 percent after earlier falling 3.5 percent. It closed at 4,515.37, the lowest in more than four months.

It lost 5.2 percent on the week, the biggest since September 2011, and was the worst performer in the region as the potential  impact of higher fuel prices on inflation and the economy
further dented the weak market mood.

 "The fuel price hike is short-term pain but longer-term gain," said Harry Su, head of research at broker Bahana Securities in Jakarta.

"In the short term, inflation and interest rates would rise, but at the same time this should allow for our currency to strengthen, helped also by improved current account deficit due to less oil imports," he said.
Technical indicators also showed Indonesian shares were ripe for a correction after a rally of almost 9 percent from a low of 4,500 level on June 12 to around the 4,900 level in intra-day trading early this week, according to brokers in Jakarta.

Other sharemarkets had a poor week after the Fed's explicit signal on slowing the pace of its bond-buying programme, known  as quantitative easing.

 The Thai SET index   closed down 0.12 percent at 1,400.50, bouncing back after late buying and trimming its losses on the week to 4.4 percent. Philippine shares fell 2.3 percent on the day, losing 0.96 percent in the week.

 Change on day
 Market                    Current     Prev Close    Pct Move
 TR SE Asia Index*       415.98        414.93       +0.25
 Singapore                   3124.45       3133.26       -0.28   
 Kuala Lumpur            1755.85       1762.34       -0.37
 Bangkok                    1400.50       1402.19       -0.12
 Jakarta                       4515.37       4629.99       -2.48
 Manila                        6182.17       6326.67       -2.28
 Ho Chi Minh                498.84         499.51       -0.13
 Change on year
 Market                 Current     End prev yr    Pct Move

 TR SE Asia Index*     415.98         424.10       -1.91
 Singapore                 3124.45       3167.08       -1.35
 Kuala Lumpur           1755.85       1688.95       +3.96
 Bangkok                   1400.50       1391.93       +0.62
 Jakarta                      4515.37       4316.69       +4.60
 Manila                       6182.17       5812.73       +6.36
 Ho Chi Minh               498.84          413.73     +20.57
 Stock Market Volume (shares)
 Market              Current Volume    Average Volume 30 days
 Singapore              408,945,800              272,313,503       
 Kuala Lumpur        313,697,900              158,855,860       
 Bangkok                  10,636,698                10,115,594       
 Jakarta               4,885,501,000           4,821,307,233     
 Manila                          138,271                     120,795     
 Ho Chi Minh                   94,145                      70,202


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