KUALA LUMPUR (June 4): Actively-traded UEM Sunrise Bhd rose as much as one sen or 1% to RM1.04 before trading flat after the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) emerged as a major shareholder in the property developer.
At 10.53am, UEM Sunrise (fundamental: 1.5; valuation: 2.6) was traded flat at RM1.03. About seven million shares were traded, making the stock the eighth most-actively traded entity across the exchange.
UEM Sunrise's share price compares with its latest reported net assets per share of RM1.40.
Yesterday, UEM Sunrise said the EPF emerged as a substantial shareholder in the firm after raising its stake to 5.009% last Wednesday (May 27).
The EPF had subsequently acquired more shares in UEM Sunrise, resulting in a stake of 5.19% in the last Friday.
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