MARKET WRAP: WEEK ENDED 7 JANUARY ‘11

Bursa Securities vs Public Mutual’s performance*
FBM KLCI FBMS Shariah MSCI FEXJ# MSCI World# Local Funds PSF PGF PIX PIF PAGF PRSF PBF P SmallCap PEF PFSF PDSF PSSF PSA30F POGF PBBF PBGF Local Islamic Funds P Ittikal PIEF PIOF PIBF PIDF PISSF PISTF PIOGF PISEF 7 Jan'11 1,572.21 10,476.07 533.18 330.76 0.6772 0.5616 0.8077 0.5667 0.7826 0.6789 0.8035 0.9346 0.3195 0.2662 0.3151 0.3095 0.3548 0.2969 0.8704 0.8786 0.9476 0.3561 0.3619 0.2870 0.3591 0.3052 0.3290 0.3030 0.3658 0.2563 0.2717 0.3003 0.2655 0.2076 0.2540 0.2280 0.2176 0.1899 0.2348 0.2763 0.3193 0.2418 0.3582 0.2813 0.2717 0.2732 0.2447 0.2884 0.2793 0.2006 0.1768 0.3534 0.2722 0.2829 0.2515 0.3002 0.2396 0.2772 0.2391 0.2316 0.2107 0.2661 0.2279 0.1895 1.1134 1.0593 1.1042 30 Dec'10 1,518.91 10,058.15 525.05^ 330.64^ 0.6549 0.5457 0.7782 0.5450 0.7620 0.6609 0.7872 0.9003 0.3109 0.2553 0.3061 0.2992 0.3405 0.2855 0.8489 0.8464 0.9215 0.3413 0.3425 0.2806 0.3466 0.2933 0.3138 0.2906 0.3485 0.2501 0.2596 0.2909 0.2554 0.2029 0.2474 0.2243 0.2151 0.1878 0.2325 0.2723 0.3110 0.2378 0.3464 0.2750 0.2814 0.2644 0.2480 0.2792 0.2742 0.1966 0.1722 0.3390 0.2694 0.2816 0.2486 0.3081 0.2419 0.2741 0.2358 0.2299 0.2072 0.2623 0.2253 0.1875 1.1152 1.0583 1.1049
^Index as at 31 Dec'10

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WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS • The local market kicked off the New Year with the FBM KLCI touching a record intraday high of 1,577 points on Thursday before closing at 1,572.2 points to register a gain of 3.5% for the week. Regional markets generally closed higher on continued expectations that the U.S. and global economic activities are gaining strength. Looking ahead, the local market is anticipated to move in tandem with overseas markets as investors continue to monitor the outlook for global economic activities.

STOCKMARKET COMMENTARY Fuelled by buying of selected index stocks, the FBM KLCI rose to a record intraday high of 1,577 points on Thursday. Sentiment was also lifted by firmer offshore markets. The index closed at 1,572.2 points for the week with an increase of 3.5%. The average daily trading volume increased to 1.6 bil units from 0.9 bil units in the preceding week while average trading value rose to RM2.4 bil from RM1.4 bil over the same period. On Wall Street, share prices remained firm following better-than-expected economic data and positive corporate earnings. After hitting a 29- month high of 11,723 points on Wednesday, the Dow eased on profittaking to close at 11,675 points, up 0.8% for the week. The broader-based S&P 500 Index rose by 1.1% to 1,272 points while the Nasdaq was up 1.9% to 2,703 points over the same period.

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1 +1.973 South Korea 2.6% but exceeds the 12-month fixed deposit rate of 2.9 Bursa Securities Market Valuations^ 7 Jan'11 30 Dec'10 FBM KLCI 1.68 Price/NTA(x) 3.839 2.3% against the greenback to close at RM3.8 +1.6 in November on higher production and new orders.21 PER'11(x) 16. Malaysia’s foreign reserves fell by 0. labour market continued to recover with non-farm jobs rising to 103.5% against the US$ in 2010.7% to close at a 3-week low of US$88.578 Nasdaq 2.808 China*.7 7.52 3. Oil prices registered a weekly decline of 3. After appreciating by 12.036 1.91 1.98% 3.7x 10 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 2 .7x 20 15 Average: 16. The local market is also supported by a gross dividend yield of 3.7 F= forecast 2011F 5.190 Thailand 1.703 2.000 jobs in December from 71. On the domestic front.S.755 Hong Kong 23.918 6. export growth rose to 5. which is comparable to its 10-year average P/E ratio of 16. dollar.687 23.8% for the whole of 2010 to RM328.66 2.692 MSCI China 6.S.7x on 2011 earnings.783 8.926 12.49 16.27 3mth InterBk 2.3%. % 0..1 Inflation.261 3.97 4.4 +2.8% over the same period.3% in October on higher exports of commodities.1% from 12. H share 12.8 +2.12% - Malaysia’s Economic Snapshot 2009 2010E GDP growth.0 in December from 56. which is lower than the 10-year average of 3. Meanwhile.4% to RM100.1 +1.03/brl due to the strengthening of the U.704^ * Hang Seng China Enterprise Index ^ Index as at 30 Dec'10 % chng +0.631 3. manufacturing activities improved with the Institute of Supply Management Purchasing Managers’ Index rising to a 7-month high of 57.S.00% 12mth Fix Dep. the local market is anticipated to move in tandem with overseas markets as investors continue to monitor the recovery of global and regional economic activities amidst the normalisation of interest rates.5% over the same period. the Ringgit registered a weekly decline of 0. Looking ahead.033^ Indonesia 3.1 +1.85% *2001-2010 average ^PMB In-House Statistics 10 yr ave* 16.5 3.85% 2.518.4% from 9. % -1. the cumulative trade surplus for the first eleven months of 2010 narrowed by 5.051^ Singapore 3. The unemployment rate fell to an 18-month low of 9.7x.5 billion compared to the previous corresponding period. % 2.7 +2. Other Markets’ Performance 7 Jan'11 31 Dec'10 Dow Jones 11.653 TOPIX 926 899^ SH Comp 2.086 2. As at 7th January 2011. The U.3% in November from 1.675 11. As imports outpaced exports. the local stock market is valued at a P/E of about 16.In the U.6 billion as at 31st December 2010.8 -2.035 Taiwan 8. import growth slowed to 6.9 +3.6 1.000 jobs created in November due to increased hiring in the private sector.069.572.0 Bursa Securities 10 year P/E Ratio 30 25 P/E Ratio (x) 7 Jan '11 P/E on 2011 earnings: 16.85%.4 -1.2 +0.

201^ Australia 4.0 6.3 3.0 Taiwan -1.18 China ‘H’ Shares 11.8 6.31 Taiwan 13.2 4.755 Hong Kong 23.190 Thailand 1.2 +0.S.22 Japan 15. Source: International Monetary Fund.5 +1.8% and 1.036 1. are anticipated to in tandem with investors monitor global economic • # in USD * Hang Seng China Enterprise Index ^ Index as at 30 Dec'10 Regional Economies Snapshot GDP Growth (%) 2009 2010f China 9.745 % chng +3.808 MSCI China 6.84x 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 3 .926 12.705 4.4 +2. H share 12. The Hong Kong and the China ‘H’ shares markets registered weekly gains of 2.55 Hong Kong 12.4 4.01 3.692 SH Comp 2.53 3.12 Indonesia 14.3 14.P/E RATIO Average: 15.03 -0.86 3.687 23.87 3.8 +1.3 6.REGIONAL MARKET WRAP: WEEK ENDED 7 JANUARY ‘11 Regional Markets Performance 7 Jan'11 31 Dec'10 FBM KLCI 1. growth continued at a double-digit pace.9 Japan -6.7 2. which eased by 2% on concerns over rising inflationary pressures. f=consensus forecast Regional Markets Valuations Prospective Estimated P/E Dividend (x) Yield (%) Australia 13.79 7 January '11 = 12. dollar. Although China’s exports moderated in November.8% respectively.7 Thailand -2.973 TOPIX 926 899^ South Korea 2.0 Indonesia 4. the Japan market led with a weekly gain of 3.6 • 2011f 9.8 -2.1% on expectations of improved exports following the pull-back in the Yen against the U.261 3.9 +0.1 +1.2 7.7 1.051^ Singapore 3.033^ Indonesia 3.1 10.918 6.0 4.035 Taiwan 8. Regional markets continue moving global markets as the outlook for activities.4 -1.0 Hong Kong -2.S.22 Shanghai Comp 13.203 4.704^ Philippines 4.28 Singapore 14.0 Australia 1.631 3.34 2. South-East Asian markets closed mostly higher except for the Indonesia market.7 +2. 7 Jan’11 PER 26 23 20 17 14 11 8 5 1988 MSCI AC Far-East Ex-Japan.3 2.572 1.78 Thailand 12.0 Philippines 1. Regional economic activities remained resilient with Singapore’s 4Q2010 GDP gaining pace.47 2.87 3.8% on declines in mining stocks and concerns about the economic impact of severe floods in Queensland.7 4.0 Singapore -1.5 +1.1 7.9 10.1 +3.04 Philippines 13. and global economic activities are gaining strength.1 +2. the Australian market fell by 0.2 5.4 STOCKMARKET COMMENTARY In North Asia.519^ MSCI FEXJ# 533 525 China*.96 1.5 6.36 Source: Bloomberg.61 1.10 3.44 4.8 FORTNIGHTLY REGIONAL MARKETS COMMENTARY WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS • Regional markets generally closed higher on continued expectations that the U.783 8.5 4.95 South Korea 10.086 2.3 South Korea 0. Down under.839 2.

8x.5% in 4Q2010 from 10.16 4.67 -0.83 13.89 0. which accelerated to 28.00 0.07 4.25 1.3 18.98 0.2 18.85 0.1^ 18.00 0.3 17.95 1.25 3.50 1.04 1.9% in December from 34.7% after contracting by 1.96 0.89 0.6 24.8 23.Based on advance estimates.7 .11 1.00 0.64 5.0 15.3 21. which is 18. import growth eased to 25.87 1.4 21.85 1.92 1.01 1.76 1.3% in 2009 on the back of stronger growth in the services and manufacturing sectors.8% in 3Q2010 led by strong pharmaceutical production.6^ 18.4 17.60 6.52 4.7^ 13.25 1.90 -0.94 7.00 0.00 0.8x on 2010 earnings.14 0.87 0.00 1.00 1.42 2.0 18.02 1.5^ Small & Mid Cap Equity Benchmark5 PFSF Benchmark6 PSmall Cap High Very High 16.00 0.6% to US$183.1 18. China’s cumulative trade surplus for the whole of 2010 narrowed by 6. Singapore’s GDP growth gained pace to 12. Singapore’s GDP grew by 14.00 0.87 0. the valuations of regional markets. Japan and selected ASEAN countries.. is at a P/E of 12.51 5.05 5. China’s export growth moderated to 17.89 1.92 1.2 15.34 3.89 0.71 4 1.38 0.94 1.5% in 3Q2010 due to higher manufacturing output.00 0.8 20.9% in November on lower exports to the U.7^ 18.70 1. Meanwhile.00 1.90 7.4^ 15. For the whole of 2010. Return and Volatility Measures for Public Mutual’s Funds For the 3 Years Period Ended 30 September 2010 Fund Type Equity Benchmark/ Fund Average Annual Return Beta R-Squared (R2) Fund Volatility Class (FVC) 3-Year Fund Volatility Factor (FVF)# FBM KLCI PBGF PIF PAGF PEF PSF PGF Benchmark1 PIX PRSF Benchmark2 PDSF 3.81 0.86 0.0 18.2% in 4Q2010 from 13.25 4.96 1.1 billion versus a surplus of US$196.95 1.1 billion in 2009. as proxied by the MSCI Far East ex-Japan Index.00 0.92 0.07 1.00 0.S.78 0.6% from 37.7% over the same period.00 0.44 7.7% lower than its 22-year average P/E ratio of 15.37 1. As imports grew by a larger margin than exports.00 0.6 18.77 Very High Very High Very High Very High High Very High High Very High Moderate 17.25 2. As at 7th January 2011.8^ Islamic Equity Benchmark3 P Ittikal PIEF PIOF PBIEF Benchmark4 PIDF High High Very High Very High Moderate 17.

a.93 1.95 -3.5^ 25.3^ 25.89 -5.90 1.00 0.3^ 24.90 1.00 0.86 1.00 1. 22.94 1.84 1.8 23.00 0.8^ Islamic Regional Benchmark14 PAIF PIADF Benchmark15 PBIAEF Benchmark16 PBIASSF High Very High Very High n.00 0.1 .00 0.91 1.1^ 26.4 16.81 -5. 18.00 1. High Very High Moderate Moderate High Low 18.00 0.88 1.2^ Global Benchmark17 PGSF Benchmark18 PBEPEF Balanced PBEIX PBBF PBF Benchmark19 PFEBF Benchmark20 PGBF Islamic Balanced PIBX PIBF Benchmark21 Low 11.00 0.00 0.00 0.5^ 22.52 -3.34 -12.00 0.91 6.54 1.96 1.9 n.89 1.00 0.89 1.79 1.85 1.91 -7.97 1.a.6 14.00 0.15 1.00 0.9^ 16.00 0.00 0.87 1.94 1.63 -7.54 -6.00 0.92 1.38 3.59 -3.94 4.77 0.91 -2.00 5 1.07 -7.a.00 0.04 1.2^ 16.51 -8.97 -8.25 -3.89 1.52 1.00 0.11 -14.00 0.07 -3.00 0.16 1.3^ 23.97 0.72 -5.97 1.4 23.3^ 21.92 0.00 0.8^ 20.96 1.82 1.92 1.45 -9.00 1.3 n.04 -6.00 0.1 12.80 -1.29 -11.00 0.00 0.16 -8.6^ 11.9 23.00 0.51 -10.14 1.87 0.00 0.5 22.00 0.91 1.88 1.48 2.7 28.87 1.87 -7.9 24.04 1.00 0.88 1.77 0.Regional Benchmark7 PFES Benchmark8 PFEDF Benchmark9 PRSEC Benchmark10 PBAEF Benchmark11 PCSF Benchmark12 PBADF Benchmark13 PFEPRF -5.86 1.5 10.1 18.89 1.30 1.9 24.3 11.00 1.5^ 12.94 1. 23.00 Very High Very High Very High Very High Very High Very High n.05 1.a.

a. 30 April 2010) 10% 3-Month KLIBOR (w. 30 April 2010) Kuala Lumpur Syariah Index (Prior 1 November 2007) FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Shariah Index (w. n.a. n.2^ 2.a.a.50 5.f. 0. Low Very Low Very Low n.12 4. n.f.a.e.a. 0.58 2.f.92 1.a. 6 July 2009) Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (Prior 6 July 2009) FTSE Bursa Malaysia Top 100 Index (6 July 2009 to 29 April 2010) 90% FTSE Bursa Malaysia Top 100 Index (w.a.f.a.7 2.8 3. 1 January 2009) 35% Straits Times Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 30% FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (Prior 30 April 2010) 6 Benchmark11- Benchmark12- .e.a.09 6. n.e. KLIBOR = Kuala Lumpur Interbank Offered Rate Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (Prior 6 July 2009) FTSE Bursa Malaysia Top 100 Index (w. n.2 n.45 7. Very Low Very Low n.a. n.a. n.a.e. 30 April 2010) Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (Prior 30 April 2008) FTSE Bursa Malaysia Mid 70 Index (w.a. 30 April 2010) 10% 3-Month KLIBOR (w.e.a.e. 30 April 2008) Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (Prior 30 April 2008) FTSE Bursa Malaysia Small Cap Index (w. n. n.61 2.92 5.a.23 3. 30 April 2010) 70% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 30% FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (Prior 30 April 2010) 90% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index (w.a.a.f.46 2.2 0.a.f.a.00 n.f. 0.a.a. 4.f.a. PBEIX = Public Balanced Equity Index.PIABF Bond KLIBOR PBFI P Bond PI Bond PIN Bond PEBF PBIBF PSBF PIEBF -3.85 4. n. 30 April 2010) 10% 3-Month Islamic Interbank Money Market Rate (w.00 n.2 n. n.2 0. n.5 n. 1 November 2007) Kuala Lumpur Shariah Index (Prior 1 November 2007) FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Shariah Index (1 November 2007 to 29 April 2010) 90% FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Shariah Index (w. Very Low Very Low Very Low n.e. n.f. n.e.a. n.a. 30 April 2008) 70% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 30% FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (Prior 30 April 2010) 100% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index (w.44 2.a.f. n. n.a.a.e. n.a. n.a.e.6 2. n. 6 July 2009) 20% Tokyo Stock Price Index 20% Korea Composite Stock Price Index 40% MSCI Golden Dragon Index 40% Hang Seng China Enterprises Index (Prior 1 January 2009) 30% Hang Seng Index (Prior 1 January 2009) 30% Taiwan TAIEX Index (Prior 1 January 2009) 100% MSCI Golden Dragon Index (w. n.06 4.a. n.46 2. n.29 2. (Source: PMB In-House Statistics) Benchmarks: Benchmark1Benchmark2- Benchmark3Benchmark4- Benchmark5Benchmark6Benchmark7Benchmark8- Benchmark9Benchmark10- FBM KLCI = FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI.e.47 0.e.e. 30 April 2010) 90% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index 10% 3-Month KLIBOR 20% Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (Prior 6 July 2009) 20% FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (w.84 1. n.a.a.a. n. 0.f.f.a. n. n.a. Very Low Very Low n.a. n. n.2 PISBF Money Market PMMF PBCMF PBCPF PBICMF PIMMF * PB series of funds are highlighted to differentiate them from the Public series of funds # Based on the fund’s portfolio returns as at 30 November 2010 (Source: Lipper) ^ Standard Deviation for the benchmarks.15 3.f.a.7 1.

Standard Deviation = A statistical measure of the range of a fund's performance.0. It would tend to gain 1.e.e. its range of performance has been very wide. 1 January 2009) 40% 3-Month Islamic Interbank Money Market Rate n. 1 January 2009) 20% Kuala Lumpur Syariah Index (Prior 1 November 2007) 20% FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Shariah Index (w.f.e. Beta = A historical measure of a fund's sensitivity to movements in the benchmark index. indicating that there is a greater potential for volatility of returns. R-squared values range from 0 to 1.f.e. Note that all risk measures have limitations.e.f.50 is significantly more volatile than its benchmark. Standard deviation is the degree to which a fund's returns have fluctuated above or below its mean (or average) return over the previous 36 months. 1 November 2007) 70% Dow Jones Islamic Market Asia Ex-Japan IndexSM (Prior 1 January 2009) 70% S&P Shariah BMI Asia Ex-Japan Index (w.e.f.f.f.f.f. An R-squared of 0 means that a fund's returns have no correlation with a benchmark's fluctuations while an R-squared of 1.0 indicates that a fund's returns are completely correlated with the benchmark’s returns. These measures of risks are based on past performance which may not be indicative of future returns. When a fund has a high standard deviation. This statistic compares a fund with its own past record (and not against a benchmark as seen in the computation of beta and R-squared). A fund with a beta of 1.f.e. 30 April 2010) 10% 3-Month KLIBOR (w. 1 January 2009) 90% Dow Jones Islamic Market Asia Ex-Japan IndexSM (Prior 1 January 2009) 90% S&P Shariah BMI Asia Ex-Japan Index (w. Average Annual Return = the percentage change in fund prices (adjusted for splits and distribution paid out) for the period divided by the number of years under review.e. 7 .e. 1 November 2007) 80% Dow Jones Islamic Market Asia Ex-Japan IndexSM (Prior 1 January 2009) 80% S&P Shariah BMI Asia Ex-Japan Index (w. No single measure of risk paints a complete picture of the fund’s returns. 1 January 2009) 30% Kuala Lumpur Syariah Index (Prior 1 November 2007) 30% FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Shariah Index (w.Benchmark13- Benchmark14- Benchmark15- Benchmark16Benchmark17Benchmark18Benchmark19Benchmark20Benchmark21- 15% Jakarta Composite Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 15% Stock Exchange of Thailand Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 5% Philippine Stock Exchange Index (Prior 30 April 2010) 90% FTSE/ASEAN 40 Index (w.a.5% for every 1% decline in the market. 1 January 2009) 10% 3-Month Islamic Interbank Money Market Rate 90% MSCI AC World Index 10% 1-Month KLIBOR 50% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index 40% Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Price Index 10% Tokyo Stock Price Index 60% MSCI AC Far East Ex-Japan Index 40% 3-Month KLIBOR 60% MSCI AC World Index 40% 3-Month KLIBOR 60% Dow Jones Islamic Market Asia Ex-Japan IndexSM (Prior 1 January 2009) 60% S&P Shariah BMI Asia Ex-Japan Index (w.5% for every 1% rise in the market and lose 1. R-squared = A historical measure which indicates how closely a fund's past fluctuations have correlated with the fluctuations of its benchmark index.= Not available as the above statistics are not meaningful for funds which have less than three year’s track record and not applicable to bond and money market funds as appropriate benchmark is not available. 30 April 2010) Customised Asia Pacific Real Estate Sector Index by Dow Jones IndexesSM (Prior 1 January 2009) Customised index based on the constituents within the Real Estate Sector of Standard & Poor’s BMI Asia Pacific Index (w.

Public Islamic Alpha-40 Growth Fund & Public Islamic Infrastructure Bond Fund dated 16th November 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011. corporate representative or nearest Public Mutual Office.230 and VF more than 19. “High” and “Very High” VCs as at 30 June 2010 are 0. Malaysia. Past performance should not be taken as an indication of future performance. Master Prospectus of Public Series of Shariah-Based Funds dated 30th April 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011.115 < VF ≤ 19. You are advised to read and understand the contents of the Master Prospectus of Public Series of Funds dated 30th April 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011. These prospectus have been registered with the Securities Commission who takes no responsibility for their contents. The volatility banding for the “Very Low”. and neither should their registration be interpreted to mean that the Commission recommends the investment. Information Memorandum of PB Cash Plus Fund and PB Islamic Cash Plus Fund dated 1st March 2010. Public Optimal Growth Fund dated 8th June 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011.280 < VF ≤ 16. Presently. A copy of the prospectus can be obtained from your attending agent.000 ≤ VF ≤ 4. P. VF is subject to monthly revision and VC is revised every six months. if any. 50700 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03-62796800 Fax: 603-62779800 Website:http://www. Bandar Sri Damansara. 8 Public Mutual Berhad (23419-A) Block B.230 respectively. Prospectus of PB Singapore Advantage-30 Equity Fund & PB Infrastructure Bond Fund dated 11th May 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011.255. “Moderate”. and 2nd Supplemental Prospectus of Public Islamic Equity Fund dated 1st December 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011 before investing. and that the prices of units and distribution payable. Sri Damansara Business Park. Information Memorandum of PBB MTN Fund 1 dated 10th November 2009 and expires on 24th December 2009. Persiaran Industri. Box 10045. You should note that there are fees and charges involved.The Volatility Factor (VF) means there is a possibility for the fund in generating an upside return or downside return around this VF. The fund’s portfolio may have changed since this date and there is no guarantee that the fund will continue to have the same VF or VC in the future. Public Indonesia Select Fund dated 1st September 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011.O. Applications to purchase must come in the form of a duly completed application form referred to in and accompanying the prospectus. PB Indonesia Balanced Fund dated 12th October 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011. 16. Prospectus of PB Capital Protected Resources Fund dated 20th August 2008 and expires on 3rd October 2008. “Low”. only funds launched in the market for at least 36 months will display the VF and its VC. Supplemental Prospectus of Public Islamic Dividend Fund & Public Islamic Balanced Fund dated 1st November 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011. may go down as well as up.255 < VF ≤ 12.my . 4. Prospectus of Public Capital Protected Select Portfolio Fund dated 29th July 2008 and expires on 11th September 2008. 52200 Kuala Lumpur. Master Prospectus of PB Series of Funds dated 30th April 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011. For this period to December 2010 the VCs for the funds are based on the VFs of the respective funds as at 30 June 2010.280. Prospectus of PB Capital Protected Dragon Fund dated 24th March 2008 and expires on 7th May 2008.115. Supplemental Prospectus of PB Islamic Equity Fund dated 8th October 2010 and expires on 29th April 2011.publicmutual. The Volatility Class (VC) is assigned by Lipper based on quintile ranks of VF for qualified funds. 12. A more detailed write up on the above measures of returns and risks is available in Public Mutual Agents’ Website.com.

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