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Malaysia: Stocks open lower on Monday

Malaysia: Stocks open lower on Monday

10/8/2020 4:23:00 AM

Malaysia: Stocks open lower on Monday

MALAYSIA share prices opened lower on Friday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index down 7 points or 0.5 per cent to 1,571.11 as at 9.07am. Read more at The Business Times.

MALAYSIA share prices opened lower on Friday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index down 7 points or 0.5 per cent to 1,571.11 as at 9.07am.Volume was 1.53 billion lots worth about RM350.1 million. Gainers outnumbered losers 474 to 110.

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Saudi Aramco's second-quarter net profit plunges 73.4per cent on lower oil pricesSaudi Arabian state oil group Aramco on Sunday reported a 73.4per cent fall in second-quarter net profit, a steeper drop than analysts had ...

Saudi Aramco's Q2 net profit plunges 73.4% on lower oil pricesDUBAI: Saudi Arabian state oil group Aramco on Sunday (Aug 9) reported a 73.4 per cent fall in second-quarter net profit, a steeper drop than ...

Saudi Aramco's Q2 net profit plunges 73.4% on lower oil prices[DUBAI] Saudi state oil group Aramco on Sunday reported a 73.4 per cent fall in second-quarter net profit, a steeper drop than analysts had forecast, and said it expected capital expenditure for 2020 to be at the lower end of a US$25 billion to US$30 billion range. Read more at The Business Times.

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