Bursa Malaysia climbs to open slightly above 1,440 mark

23/6/2022 4:49:00 AM

Market Open: Bursa Malaysia climbs to open slightly above 1,440 mark - Bernama

Market Open: Bursa Malaysia climbs to open slightly above 1,440 mark - Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR (June 23): Bursa Malaysia rebounded to start on a higher note today, climbing slightly above the 1,440 mark on improved buying interest in selected heavyweights led by plantation stocks, a dealer said.At 9.06 am, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) widened 9.01 points to 1,440.11 from Wednesday's close of 1,431.10.The benchmark index opened 3.40 points steadier at 1,434.50.Market breadth was positive with gainers leading losers 137 to 96, while 184 counters were unchanged, 1,849 untraded and

KUALA LUMPUR (June 23): Bursa Malaysia rebounded to start on a higher note today, climbing slightly above the 1,440 mark on improved buying interest in selected heavyweights led by plantation stocks, a dealer said.At 9.06 am, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) widened 9.01 points to 1,440.11 from Wednesday's close of 1,431.10.

The benchmark index opened 3.40 points steadier at 1,434.50.Market breadth was positive with gainers leading losers 137 to 96, while 184 counters were unchanged, 1,849 untraded and nine others suspended.Turnover stood at 144.93 million units worth RM60.99 million.

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At 9.06 am, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) widened 9. At 9.01 points to 1,440.59 per cent to 3,099.11 from Wednesday's close of 1,431.22 points to 1,446.10.95 from Tuesday’s close of 1,457.

The benchmark index opened 3.24.43, South Korea’s KOSPI decreased 1.40 points steadier at 1,434.50.06 points higher at 1,443. Market breadth was positive with gainers leading losers 137 to 96, while 184 counters were unchanged, 1,849 untraded and nine others suspended.35 per cent to 3,295. Turnover stood at 144. Market breadth was positive with gainers leading losers 196 to 98, while 200 counters were unchanged, 1,781 untraded and 19 others suspended. Market breadth was positive with gainers leading losers 164 to 113, while 235 counters were unchanged, 1,763 untraded and 19 others suspended.

93 million units worth RM60.99 million.05 million units worth RM54.01am, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dipped 11. Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily .