TechBond Stock is up 130%, Is There More Room to Run?
Lee Seh Meng, Deputy Managing Director, Techbond Group
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With TechBond's fourth quarter revenue down 31% on-year but stock up around 130% so far this year, does the stock have more room to run? Roshan Kanesan speaks with their Deputy Managing Director on their revenue growth prospects, increased margins, the risk of their reliance on export markets, challenges from the US-China trade war and pandemic, and more. TechBond is a publicly listed company that manufactures adhesives used by other industries, from paper and packaging and consumer goods, to construction and automotive.
Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Roshan Kanesan
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Categories: SME, Markets, Business Analysis, Trends and Forecasts, Social Issues
Tags: Techbond, US-China Trade War, Adhesives, Vietnam, ,