Computer-maker Legend Holdings took its gains over four sessions to 33.88 per cent yesterday amid market talk that the company was poised to buy assets from its parent, Legend Group. The firm's public relations manager Li Lan said, however, that the company had no idea why its share price had performed so strongly. Legend ended 4 per cent firmer at $1.82 yesterday on trade worth $155 million and was the day's ninth-most active stock by volume, having claimed fourth spot on Monday. Ms Li said plans for the acquisition of three Legend Group assets, first announced last month, were unchanged. She said in the middle of the year the company would be injected with the parent group's distribution arm for foreign-brand computers, its systems integration arm and its manufacturing and sale unit for Legend-brand computers. In the market, speculation was widespread that the deal was about to go through in the short term.