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Harrowing week for equities, KLCI closes down nearly 20pts on Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Global equities markets had a harrowing week from the fallout on Wall Street and Bursa Malaysia also saw investor sentiment battered while the ringgit lost ground. At 5pm, the KLCI was down 19.62 points or 1.07% to 1,819.82 while its year-to-date gains have whittled to 1.28%. Turnover declined to 2.45 billion shares valued at RM2.67bil.  The broader market continued to stay cautious with decliners beating advancers nine to two or 900 losers to 208 gainers and 312 counters unchanged. (24-0)

Bursa in the red at mid-afternoon

2018-02-09 themalaymailonline
On the broader market, losers led gainers by 936 to 133, while 249 counters were unchanged, 540 untraded and 31 others suspended. — Malay Mail picKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9 — Bursa Malaysia remained in the red across-the-board at mid-afternoon today as global sell-offs continued after overnight Wall Street fell into a correction mode, dealers said. (18-0)

Broad selling across Asian, European markets, KLCI dn 17 points

KUALA LUPUR: Asian and Europeans equities markets fell on Monday as investment sentiment was impacted by higher US bond yields and worries the US Federal Reserve could hike interest rates. At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 17.41 points or 0.93% to 1,853.07 but off the early low of 1,845. Turnover was 2.66 billion shares valued at RM2.84bil. Decliners beat advancers more than five to one or 966 losers to 167 gainers and 290 stocks unchanged. (17-0)

Foreign funds continue buying on Bursa but at slower pace

KUALA LUMPUR: Global funds have been entering Bursa for the sixth uninterrupted week albeit at a slower pace following the holiday shortened week, according to MIDF Research. (11-0)

KLCI wobbles early Wednesday as PetGas falls, ringgit up

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips got off to a cautious start on Wednesday with profit taking seen in Petronas Gas and Genitng Bhd while DrB-Hicom gave up part of its previous day’s gains when it streaked to a 20-year high. At 9.30am, the FBM KLCI was down 1.88 points or 0.1% to 1,836.16. Turnover was 567.35 million shares valued at RM266.14mil. There were 291 gainers, 234 losers and 307 counters unchanged. (6-0)

Foreign funds continue pumping liquidity into M'sian stocks

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign buying momentum continued for the fourth consecutive week on Bursa Malaysia although the level seems to be gradually decreasing, according to MIDF Research. (5-0)

Genting Group tops list of cash-rich companies

A healthy cash position is an important indicator to evaluate whether a company’s financials are sound to withstand any unforeseen shocks. (14-0)

Bursa rally continues

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian stocks continued to rally on sustained buying interest, driven by an upcoming general election (GE) in the country and the strengthening of the ringgit. (18-0)

Bursa Malaysia ends sharply higher on bullish external sentiment

2018-01-08 themalaymailonline
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — The bull run continued on Bursa Malaysia with the key index sharply higher today buoyed by bullish external factors, dealers said. (12-0)

Foreign funds pumping liquidity into M'sian stock

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors continued to pump liquidity into stocks listed on Bursa Malaysia in the first week of 2018. (10-0)

Petronas to grow non-fuel contribution to downstream business

KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas is looking to increase the non-fuel segment contribution to its downstream business this year, in line with most oil and gas companies worldwide, said its vice-president of marketing downstream, Datuk Seri Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohd Tahir. (1-0)

Genting, Public Bank slip early Tuesday, Perdana falls, ringgit up

KUALA LUMPUR: Mild profit taking continued early Tuesday on recent gainers like Genting Bhd and Public Bank but Perdana Petroleum tumbled for the second day when it resumed trading. At 9.20am, the KLCI was down 8.31 points or 0.47% to 1,743.33. Turnover was 293.34 million shares valued at RM123.35mil. There were 167 gainers, 162 losers and 255 counters unchanged. (6-0)

KLCI follows key Asian markets lower, banks mixed

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed off Friday's low on some buying support for banks including Maybank, RHB Bank and Ambank while all key Asian markets closed lower, led by China. At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 5.93 points or 0.34% to 1,753.07. Turnover was 2.34 billion shares valued at RM3.51bil. There were 365 gainers, 450 losers and 460 counters unchanged  Analysts expected some investors to take money off the table after the 21 points jump on Thursday. (25-0)