China Airlines, Li Ning, Tasek, VS Industry: Asia Ex-Japan Equity Preview

The following companies may have unusual price changes in Asian trading, excluding Japan. Stock symbols are in parentheses, and share prices are from the previous close, unless noted otherwise.

PT Bank Danamon Indonesia (BDMN IJ): The Indonesian lender, controlled by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings Pte and Deutsche Bank AG, said nine-month net income rose 61 percent from a year earlier to 2.2 trillion rupiah ($247 million). Nine-month net interest income rose 7 percent to 7.4 trillion rupiah. The shares gained 2.2 percent to 6,850 rupiah.

China Airlines Ltd. (2610 TT): Taiwan’s largest carrier made a record profit in the third quarter on rising cargo shipments and increased travel across the Taiwan Strait. Net income was NT$3.76 billion ($123 million), compared with a loss of NT$2.62 billion a year earlier. The shares dropped 1.4 percent to NT$24.85.

Li Ning Co. (2331 HK): The Chinese sportswear maker said third-quarter same-store sales rose 4 percent from a year earlier. Li Ning dropped 1.3 percent to HK$23.45.

Shanxi Xishan Coal & Electricity Power Co. (000983 CH): The Chinese coal producer’s third quarter net income rose 39.5 percent to 867 million yuan ($130 million), according to a statement to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The stock slipped less than 0.1 percent to 30.19 yuan.

Tasek Corp. (TC MK): The Malaysian cement maker said third- quarter net income rose 41 percent from a year earlier to 28 million ringgit ($9 million). Tasek dropped 1.5 percent to 6.50 ringgit.

VS Industry Bhd. (VSI MK): The Malaysian plastic parts manufacturing and plantation group said it agreed to buy a factory and warehouse in the southern Johor state for 12.3 million ringgit. The move is in line with a plan to bolster production and warehousing capacity, VS said in a statement. VS rose 1.3 percent to 1.62 ringgit.

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To contact the editor responsible for this story: Linus Chua at lchua@bloomberg.net.

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