For the period Sept 2021, the companies that delivered outstanding quarter results are mainly from the steel, plastics, and palm oil industry. 

Stock

Revenue (RM'000)
Net Profit (RM'000)
QoQ (%)
YoY (%)
Remark
GAMUDA
886673
214084
51%
1335%
1. The Group’s full-year earnings rose 56% due to stronger construction and property earnings as works on all fronts picked up the pace on the back of rigorous Covid-19 control measures adopted by the Group. Property sales jumped 32% as overseas sales, especially Vietnam and Singapore, contributed two-thirds of group sales.
2. The increase in quarterly earnings was due to stronger construction and property earnings as works on all fronts picked up the pace on the back of rigorous COVID-19 control measures adopted by the Group, and the absence of last year’s one-off non-cash IBS assets impairment of RM148.1 million.
YNHPROP
46808
2810
-1%
242%
1. On QoQ PBT, increase due to better project progress and better customer flow from the group's retail mall operation during the current quarter of the financial year.
MIKROMB
11476
896
51%
424%
1. Revenue increases were contributed by both domestic and overseas sales. While the increase in domestic sales was throughout the CFY, overseas sales only recovered in the 2nd half of the CFY. This delayed recovery in overseas sales was caused by transportation and shipping constraints caused by trans-border constraints in Malaysia and overseas.
GDEX
106668
6396
15%
-20%
1. mainly due to the increase in demand for delivery services from business activities that migrated from offline to online, as well as growing demand for logistics and warehousing services especially during the current Covid-19 pandemic
ECONBHD
93889
1009
-61%
106%
1. The Group recorded a profit before tax of RM14.2 million for the current financial year ended 30 June 2021, mainly derived from our piling and foundation services being our main revenue stream.
2. Overseas operations had contributed to the higher group revenue compared to last year as Cambodia operations were able to operate during the current pandemic amid tight SOP compliance. The operations had also contributed to the improved PBT and PAT margins compared to the last corresponding quarter and financial year.
3. QoQ, The lower revenue was mainly attributed to the lost one-month operations in June 2021 due to the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) nationwide lockdown in Malaysia
GOB
83438
1267
-81%
119%
1. For the current quarter, the Group registered higher revenue of RM83.4 million compared to RM44.3 million of the preceding year's corresponding quarter. The increase in revenue was mainly attributed to higher sales recognition from ongoing development projects.
2. QoQ figure restated*
- In tandem with the lower revenue, the Group registered a lower profit before tax of RM1.6 million against RM3.3 million of the immediately preceding quarter mainly due to lower profit contribution from ongoing development projects.
PESONA
145418
2928
-41%
130%
1. YoY, The increase is mainly due to the higher progress billings recognized from the ongoing projects. In line with the
higher revenue, the Group registered a profit before tax of RM3.4 million for the quarter. (FY 2020 making losses)
2. QoQ, The revenue decreased by 22% due mainly to the lower construction progress recognized from the ongoing projects as compared to the preceding quarter. The decrease in construction activities was due to the re-implementation of MCO in June 2021
Y&G
16725
2469
66%
2207%
1. QoQ & YoY, The increase in revenue was mainly due to the rebound in sales (primarily contributed from the sales of inventories) arising from our attractive sales promotion packages offered coupled with the National Home Ownership Campaign ("HOC") 2020/2021
HIGHTEC
4707
8530
221%
490%
1. Manufacturing segment suffered a decrease in revenue and the pre-tax profit mainly due to reduced demand from overseas.
2. Property investment segment recorded higher revenue and pre-tax profit mainly due to discounts given to certain tenants affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the Movement Control Order in the preceding year.
3. Property development segment incurred a small pre-tax loss as the revenue has been reduced substantially due to no additional new sales and no new project.
4. Plantation segment recorded a turnaround from pre-tax loss to a pr-tax profit of RM0.395 million mainly because of the higher FFB selling price.
CRESNDO
48425
5255
-26%
42%
1. YoY, higher revenue is mainly contributed by higher properties sales. The increase of RM9.5 million in PBT for the first half of the financial year 2022 was due to a change of sales mix with more sales from higher-margin mid-market landed residential properties.
2. QoQ, The Group's profit before tax for the current quarter ended 31 July 2021 decreased RM3.7 million as compared to the immediately preceding quarter mainly due to drop of properties sales as a result of full Movement Control Order imposed from 1 June 2021 onwards where the construction sites and sales galleries were not allowed to operate.
CHEETAH
25773
1957
281%
5%
1. YoY, The increase in the revenue was due to the Group capturing robust Hari Raya Festive sales for the month of May 2021. However, the Government imposed a Full Movement Control Order (“FMCO”) in June 2021 resulting in compulsory closure of all departmental stores and boutiques in the month of June 2021.
2. QoQ,  The increase in the profit before tax for the current quarter under review was mainly due to cost reduction measures taken by the Group.