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THE final industry that’s now rising from the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic is the tourism industry.
Among the main players in this industry is the aviation sector which has been gaining additional traction of late even as China has fully reopened its borders.
The only wild card left that could threaten this recovery is whether Covid-19 would rear its ugly head once again since the outbreak is still raging in China, while there have been no direct restrictions placed on tourists from the country at the moment.
However, despite this uncertainty, which the government and health authorities are closely tracking, there appears to be no let-up in the gains that are being seen in the share prices of Capital A Bhd and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB).
The aviation sector, which was one of the worst sectors to be hit by the pandemic, looks to be on track to regaining its mojo, says Rakuten Trade’s head of equity sales Vincent Lau.
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“It appears that investors are willing to overlook and may have already priced in the potential Covid-19 threat on the aviation counters now and instead they are buying into the stocks of MAHB and Capital A in expectation of brighter days ahead,” Lau tells StarBizWeek.
Lau says their rise may indicate a longer-term structural turnaround, but notes individual company factors also have to be considered to assess whether this comeback will last.
“Their shares have been on the rise and this includes Capital A which is a Practice Note 17 (PN17) company at the moment. I would say that people are assuming that the Covid-19 situation would not cause a serious setback anymore to the aviation sector,” he says.
Lau also notes that a lot of people are now travelling by air despite the high ticket prices which indicate resilient demand.
“From what I gather, airfares are almost triple when compared to normal pre-Covid times. A very strong pent-up demand is apparent here.
“Also some tourist spots such as Phuket, Thailand are already very busy even without tourists from China prior to its reopening,” Lau points out.
Meanwhile, asset management company Tradeview Capital Sdn Bhd’s portfolio manager Ng Tzyy Loon says the price trend with MAHB and Capital A is the expectation of a return to full normalcy from earlier Covid-19 disruptions.,