KING WAN CORP -- loads of cash

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10 years 2 months ago #19700 by Val
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Everybody now has 40 cents as a target. Will the rise (now at 33.5 cents) stop short of it, as one by one, people get off the train?

Actually, at 40 cents, the yield is 7.5% which is still decent though not risk-less.

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10 years 2 months ago #19709 by FairPerson

Val wrote: Everybody now has 40 cents as a target. Will the rise (now at 33.5 cents) stop short of it, as one by one, people get off the train?

Actually, at 40 cents, the yield is 7.5% which is still decent though not risk-less.


There are two other sugar listed companies in SET:

Khonburi Sugar PCL (10.40 Baht)

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry PCL (14.20 Baht)

Both companies share prices are currently at near 52 weeks high.

www.google.com/finance?q=BKK%3AKBS&ei=YaVUU5i_EoXJkAXpCA

www.google.com/finance?q=BKK%3AKSL&ei=u6NUU-HUA86hkgWOogE

If KTIS share price can "catch up with Khon Kaen sugar Industry (if I am not wrong, the revenue of Khon Kaen and KTIS are about the same last year) after IPO, then there would be at least 40% to 50% upside potential, which will translate to more than 6 cents per King Wan share, so there could be some more upside potential for King Wan share in the coming days.

We will know that answer in the coming days.
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10 years 2 months ago #19710 by lotustpsll
Any upside against the IPO price will have a positive impact on King Wan.

Given the positive price trend of the other listed sugar companies, this may augur well for King Wan.

Positive price action today of King Wan may reflect the optimism of investors.
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10 years 2 months ago #19713 by flyersummer
Thai IPOs to rebound on fund inflows

Published: 22 Apr 2014 at 11.58
Online news: News



Thailand' s stock exchange will exceed its target for initial share sales this year as foreign funds return, even as a political deadlock raises the risk of further street protests, an exchange official said.

Southeast Asia' s fourth-largest bourse by market value expects to add companies with a combined value of at least 220 billion baht (US$6.8 billion) to its main and second-tier boards, said Chanitr Charnchainarong, the head of the issuer and listing division. Companies that sold shares in 2013 added a record 348 billion baht of market value at their IPO prices, he said.

The benchmark SET Index (SET) has rallied 8.8% this year to a five-month high, the fourth-best performer in Asia after Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, as an easing of political protests lures global funds to return. Overseas investors bought a net $309 million of Thai stocks this quarter through Monday, poised for the first inflow in five quarters, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

" Companies have been fighting for my schedule to discuss their trading debuts over the next few months," Chanitr said on Monday in an interview in Bangkok. " The return of overseas investors, higher share prices and calmer political environment have encouraged companies to revive their fundraising plans."

Thai companies raised about $5.7 billion through IPOs last year, a 245% surge from 2012, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Infrastructure funds by BTS Group Holdings (BTS) and True Corp (TRUE) helped boost equity offerings in 2013, according to the data.

' Renewed interest'

Infrastructure funds and real estate investment trusts will account for most new listings this year, Chanitr said. The largest sales will include an infrastructure fund of Jasmine International Pcl (JAS), a REIT from Bangkok Land Pcl and initial share sale of KTIS Group and Bangkok Airways Pcl, he said.

The SET Index trades at 13.4 times estimated earnings in 2014, the data compiled by Bloomberg show. That compares with multiples of 18.9 in the Philippines, 15.5 for Indonesia and 16.5 in Malaysia.

" There will be much more activity in Thai IPOs later this year, with foreigners showing renewed interest," Korawut Leenabanchong, the chief investment officer at UOB Asset Management (Thailand) Ltd, which oversees about $6.8 billion of assets, said by phone from Bangkok on Monday. " Most investors and companies also expect the political situation is unlikely to get any worse."

Thailand&rsquo s Election Commission is scheduled to meet with political parties later today to discuss plans to hold a new general election in June or July. A Feb 2 vote was annulled by the Constitutional Court after anti-government protesters disrupted candidate registration and blocked polling stations.

Ichitan debut

Shares of Ichitan Group Pcl (ICHI), a beverage maker, surged 25% Monday in their trading debut. The company revived its IPO this month after postponing it late last year as protesters held street rallies in Bangkok, according to Chanitr.

Global funds pulled $3.8 billion from the country&rsquo s stocks in the four months through Feb 28 as opposition groups clashed with security officials and occupied ministries in a bid to force Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from office.

Ms Yingluck last month lifted a state of emergency after the demonstrators removed blockades at four main intersections in the capital. At least 25 people have been killed since protests began in late October, according to government data.

Thailand has not had a functioning parliament since early December, when Yingluck called an election to appease the demonstrators. Her administration has been in a caretaker role since then, limiting its power to implement new policies to boost growth in Southeast Asia&rsquo s second-biggest economy.

Resilient market

The Bank of Thailand last month cut its key interest rate to 2%, the lowest since Dec 2010, and reduced its growth forecast for this year to 2.7% from 3%. The central bank&rsquo s monetary policy committee is scheduled to meet again tomorrow to set the key rate.

Thailand's markets have shown resiliency in the past, bouncing back after protests in 2008 and 2010 and after record flooding in 2011, and the latest round of political unrest will eventually be resolved, according to Chanitr.

" Most investors and companies are signaling they&rsquo re more optimistic about the political situation and the economic outlook," he said.
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10 years 2 months ago #19722 by Val
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How come no announcement yet from King Wan ?

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10 years 2 months ago #19741 by Val
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Today, they announced the good news :)

Based on the SPA, the Company has been allotted 87,267,000 shares while KWI has been allotted
29,051,000 shares. They will collectively hold approximately 3.01% of KTIS issued common shares
after the IPO.

The completion of the above agreement is expected to have a material impact on the net tangible assets and earnings per share of King Wan Corporation Limited for the current financial year ending 31 March 2015. The net profits accruing from the completion of the SPA will be approximately S$24 million.

The Company will monitor the trading price of KTIS’ shares upon its listing on the SET and will make the appropriate announcements on any future sales of its shareholdings in KTIS.

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