Bursa Malaysia lower at mid-morning | Malay Mail

Bursa Malaysia lower at mid-morning | Malay Mail

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24/1/2022 8:41:00 AM

Bursa Malaysia lower at mid-morning | Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — Bursa Malaysia was lower on Monday, tracking the easier performance of its regional peers, dealers said. At 11am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dropped 3.89 points to 1,523.17 from 1,527.06 at Friday’s close. The benchmark index opened 5.34 points...

channel for the latest updates.KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — Bursa Malaysia was lower on Monday, tracking the easier performance of its regional peers, dealers said.At 11am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dropped 3.89 points to 1,523.17 from 1,527.06 at Friday’s close.

The benchmark index opened 5.34 points lower at 1,521.72.Market breadth was negative with losers leading gainers 427 to 281, while 348 counters were unchanged, 1,213 untraded and 11 others suspended.Turnover stood at 1.26 billion units worth RM618.89 million.

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Bursa opens lower amid heightened regional volatilityKUALA LUMPUR (Jan 24): Bursa Malaysia opened lower on Monday (Jan 24) amid heightened regional volatility as well as tracking the lower closing on Wall Street last Friday, dealers said.At 9.10am, the benchmark FBM KLCI had dropped 4.08 points to 1,522.98 from 1,527.06 at last Friday’s close.The benchmark index opened 5.34 points lower at 1,521.72.Market breadth was negative with decliners outpacing advancers 252 to 111, while 259 counters were unchanged, 1,647 untraded and 11 others suspended.Turnover stood at 223.78 million units worth RM112.02 million.Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice-president of equity research Thong Pak Leng

Bursa remains easier at middayKUALA LUMPUR (Jan 24): Bursa Malaysia remained lower at midday on Monday (Jan 24), echoing the downtrend among most of its regional peers, dealers said. At 12.30pm, the benchmark FBM KLCI had dropped 4.28 points to 1,522.78 from 1,527.06 at last Friday’s close.The benchmark index opened 5.34 points lower at 1,521.72, and moved between 1,520.70 and 1,525.82 throughout the morning trading session.Market breadth was negative with losers leading gainers 483 to 310, while 365 counters were unchanged, 1,111 untraded and 11 others suspended.Turnover stood at 1.66 billion units worth RM925.49 million.More

Bursa Malaysia opens lower amid heightened regional volatility | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — Bursa Malaysia opened lower today amid heightened regional volatility, as well as tracking the lower closing on Wall Street on Friday, dealers said. At 9.10am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dropped 4.08 points to 1,522.98 from 1,527.06 at Friday’s...

Telegram channel for the latest updates. KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — Bursa Malaysia was lower on Monday, tracking the easier performance of its regional peers, dealers said. At 11am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dropped 3.89 points to 1,523.17 from 1,527.06 at Friday’s close. The benchmark index opened 5.34 points lower at 1,521.72. Market breadth was negative with losers leading gainers 427 to 281, while 348 counters were unchanged, 1,213 untraded and 11 others suspended. Turnover stood at 1.26 billion units worth RM618.89 million. Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd said as the crude palm oil (CPO) price movement is on an uptrend and crude oil holding strong above US$85 per barrel, traders may look out for commodity-related stocks. “Plantation and energy sectors should do well under this environment. Besides, we expect bargain hunting activities in technology stocks as they are steeply oversold,” it said in a note today. Among the heavyweights, Maybank slid three sen to RM8.25, Public Bank was two sen lower at RM4.16, Petronas Chemicals was flat at RM8.89, IHH was down nine sen to RM6.48, CIMB dropped four sen to RM5.26, while Tenaga added three sen to RM9.13. Of the actives, both TWL and Dagang NeXchange eased half-a-sen to six sen and 98 sen, respectively, while Coraza gained 14 sen to 80 sen. On the index board, the FBM ACE decreased 3.60 points to 6,120.92, while the FBM Emas Index weakened 21.69 points to 10,937.56, the FBMT 100 Index slipped 23.23 points to 10,642.22, the FBM Emas Shariah Index slipped 6.30 points to 11,654.90, and the FBM 70 narrowed 10.24 points to 13,464.59. Sector-wise, the Financial Services Index dipped 68.74 points to 15,707.87, the Industrial Products and Services Index improved 0.08 of-a-point to 200.91, and the Plantation Index added 9.80 points to 6,709.08. — Bernama You May Also Like