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United Malacca Berhad Company Snapshot
United Malacca Berhad operates within the Cash grains sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares United Malacca Berhad with three other Wheat and grain growers in Asia: Chin Teck Plantations Berhad (2017 sales of 148.65 million Malaysian Ringgits [US$38.08 million] of which 100% was Crude Palm Oil), Gopeng Berhad (15.51 million Malaysian Ringgits [US$3.97 million] ), and Dutaland Bhd (81.88 million Malaysian Ringgits [US$20.97 million] of which 100% was Property Development).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended April of 2017, sales at United Malacca Berhad were 274.71 million Malaysian Ringgits (US$70.37 million). This is an increase of 33.5% versus 2016, when the company's sales were 205.74 million Malaysian Ringgits.
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  Stock Performance Chart for United Malacca Berhad
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (2/14/2018): 6.38
(Figures in Malaysian Ringgits)
1 Week 1.6%   13 Weeks -2.9%  
4 Weeks -9.2%   52 Weeks 9.1%  
United Malacca Berhad Key Data:
  Ticker: UMCCA Country: Malaysia
  Exchanges: KUL Major Industry: Food, Beverage & Tobacco
    Sub Industry: Cash Grains
  2017 Sales 274,709,000
(Year Ending Jan 2018).
Employees: 1,732
  Currency: Malaysian Ringgits Market Cap: 1,340,117,724
  Fiscal Yr Ends: April Shares Outstanding: 210,049,800
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 38,918,520
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