Heineken Malaysia Berhad’s P/E tells us that market participants think its prospects are roughly in line with its industry. Heineken Malaysia said it expected Covid-19 to have a 'significant impact' on its operations and business. — Reuters pic. Furthermore, this could be the emerging trend among companies as many have seen very minimum, if not zero, sales during the Movement Control Order period (MCO). News Heineken Malaysia Factories No Longer Considered Essential Service, Ordered To Close by Anne Dorall. The good news is that Heineken Malaysia Berhad’s demonstrated ability to cover its interest expense with its EBIT delights us like a fluffy puppy does a toddler. T … Heineken Malaysia Bhd warned that it is likely to face tight cash flows for the rest of the year due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Company profile page for Heineken Malaysia Bhd including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information Some quarters take it as a hint of the likelihood of lower dividends to conserve cash. Heineken Malaysia Bhd 3255 ... Quote Stock Analysis News Price vs Fair Value Trailing Returns Financials Valuation ... Petaling Jaya, 46000, Malaysia. The image below shows that Heineken Malaysia Berhad has a P/E ratio that is roughly in line with the beverage industry average (25.5). April 6, 2020 Subscribe to our new Telegram channel for the latest updates on COVID-19 and other issues. But the stark truth is that we are concerned by its EBIT growth rate. Listed in 1965 on Bursa Malaysia, Heineken Malaysia Berhad is a brewer that carries a number of well-known brands including Heineken, Tiger Beer, Guinness stout, and Anglia shandy. KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 27): Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) Research and CGS-CIMB Reseach have both kept their "hold" rating of Heineken Malaysia Bhd after the brewery returned to profitability in the third quarter ended Sept 30, 2020 (3QFY20) following the previous loss-making quarter.HLIB's Gan Huan Wen said Heineken's core profit for the cumulative first nine months ended … KUALA LUMPUR, March 25 — Heineken Malaysia Berhad has announced that it has suspended the operations of its brewery in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, in line with the government’s two-week movement control order to slow the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak. Heineken Malaysia has clarified that its Heineken 0.0 brand of beverage is a non-halal product and only targeted at non-Muslims, aged 21 and above. Get the latest Malaysia news stories and opinions with focus on National, Regional, Sarawak and World News, as well as reports from Parliament and Court. Heineken Malaysia Bhd has been granted permission to operate during the movement control order (MCO) after it suspended operations on 24 March in accordance with the government’s orders. PETALING JAYA: Heineken Malaysia Bhd, which saw revenue halved in the second quarter of this year, sees gradual improvement in its business activity. According to Malaysia Kini, the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry agreed that the alcoholic beverages producer was a food supply operator and can therefore operate during […] Recently, a slew of bad news has hit brewers in Malaysia. KLSE:HEIM Price Estimation Relative to Market, January 13th 2020.