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An investor monitors share market prices at a brokerage firm in Kuala Lumpur. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — Bursa Malaysia extended yesterday’s gains to open higher today despite Wall Street’s broadly lower overnight close. (13-0)
An investor monitors share market prices at a brokerage firm in Kuala Lumpur. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, June 22 ― Bursa Malaysia ended the morning session higher today boosted by gains in Genting and selected blue chips and in tandem with the stronger Asian equities markets, dealers said.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 — Bursa Malaysia rebounded to open slightly higher this morning from yesterday's losses as bargain hunting emerged to boost demand.
COMFORT Gloves Bhd (Comfort; Code: 2127) shares dropped to a low of 64.5 sen on the first trading day of this year, the worst level in almost five months during the recent correction process due to persistent profit-taking liquidation pressure.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 20): Shares of Comfort Gloves Bhd gained 3.01% this morning after its net profit for the third quarter ended Oct 31, 2016 (3QFY17) rose 15.6% to RM8.3 million or 1.81 sen per share from RM7.2 million or 1.58 sen per share a year ago on increased revenue and a cost reduction programme during the year.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 20): The FBM KLCI could struggle to advance and drift sideways today despite the overnight gains at most global markets, given the lack of fresh catalysts as well as the still weak ringgit.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 6): MIDF Research has downgraded the rubber glove sector to "neutral" (from positive) after taking into account the earnings recorded by most of the glove players.
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 3 — Bursa Malaysia closed sharply lower today weighed by losses in oil and gas-related counters amid weaker global oil prices, dealers said. At 5pm, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI fell 19.88 points to 1,633.30 from its
Malaysian stocks were affected by plummeting oil prices afflicting world markets today, as the benchmark KLCI FBM index lost 19.88 points or 1.2% to close…
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 3): Malaysian stocks were affected by plummeting oil prices afflicting world markets today, as the benchmark KLCI FBM index lost 19.88 points or 1.2% to close at 1,633.3. All but seven KLCI constituents closed higher, with the worst hit being UMW Holdings Bhd, Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, PPB Group Bhd and Petronas Gas Bhd.
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