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Friday, December 19, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher on follow through rebound

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia finished higher yesterday on renewed buying interests by local investors. At close, the benchmark FBMKLCI stood at 1,699.95, up 18.05 points or 1.07%, after opening 6.13 points higher at 1,688.03. Gainers trounced losers by 761 to 180, while 193 counters were unchanged. Total volume fell to 1.91 billion units worth RM1.93 billion from 1.94 billion units worth RM2.06 billion on Wednesday. Read more >>

Thursday, December 18, 2014

FBM KLCI - rebounded to close higher

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended higher yesterday, rebounding from Tuesday’s steep decline as local investors took advantage of foreign selling. At close, the benchmark FBMKLCI stood at 1,681.9, up 7.96 points or 0.48%, after opening 0.9 point lower at 1,673.04. Market breadth was positive with gainers trounced losers by 648 to 257, while 228 counters were unchanged. Total volume rose to 1.94 billion units worth RM2.06 billion from 1.64 billion units worth RM2.1 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

FBM KLCI - down on continued selling pressure

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended lower yesterday on selling pressure, sparked by the continuous fall in oil prices, reduced demand and slower global growth. Share prices retreated as investors remained on the sidelines following news that the US Federal Reserve will start its two-day monetary policy review later of the day. At close, the FBMKLCI fell 23.37 points or -1.38% to 1,673.94, after opening 8.57 points lower at 1,688.74. Losers trounced gainers by 572 to 296, while 275 counters were unchanged. Total volume slipped to 1.64 billion units worth RM2.1 billion from 2.06 billion units worth RM2.32 billion on Monday. Read more >>

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

FBM KLCI - down on bearish sentiment

Share prices on Bursa Malaysia tumbled to a 16-month low yesterday, dampened by selling pressure in blue-chips and selected heavyweights, following a substantive drop in New York's market last Friday. The benchmark FBMKLCI fell 35.68 points, or 2.06%, to close at 1,697.31, after declining to as low as 1,695.6 points. Market breadth was negative as losers trounced gainers by 1,010 to 66, while 116 counters were unchanged. Total volume increased to 2.06 billion units worth RM2.32 billion from 1.46 billion units worth RM1.78 billion on last Friday. Read more >>

Monday, December 15, 2014

FBM KLCI - likely to continue downtrend


Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower last Friday, in contrast to the overnight US market, which rose following positive retail sales data. The benchmark FBMKLCI fell 11.58 points or 0.66% to 1,732.99, after opening 0.47 point higher at 1,745.04. Week-on-week, the FBMKLCI declined 16.38 points from previous Friday’s 1,749.37. Losers led gainers by 689 to 177, while 252 counters were unchanged. Total volume advanced to 1.46 billion units worth RM1.78 billion from 1.23 billion units worth RM1.50 billion on Thursday. Weekly turnover decreased to 6.58 billion shares, worth RM8.12 billion from 9.76 billion shares, worth RM11.16 billion on previous week. Read more >>

Friday, December 12, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on profit-taking correction

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended easier yesterday after closing higher on a technical rebound on Wednesday, in line with Asian markets which sank again after Wall Street was hit by a further fall in oil prices, while the dollar edged up after tumbling against the yen. The benchmark FBMKLCI fell 20.95 points or 1.19% to 1,744.57, after opening 17.35 points lower at 1,748.17. Losers trounced gainers by 626 to 178, while 243 counters were unchanged. Total volume slipped to 1.2 billion units worth RM1.5 billion from 1.2 billion units worth RM1.6 billion on Wednesday. Read more >>

Thursday, December 11, 2014

FBM KLCI - sign of bullish reversal

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended on a firm note yesterday on technical rebound. Among the stocks that gave the bourse a boost were AXIATA, which rose 30 sen to RM6.92, SIME DARBY, which increased 40 sen to RM9.60, and MAXIS which surged 26 sen to RM6.88. At close, the benchmark FBMKLCI rose 27.42 points or 1.58% to 1,765.52, after opening 5.34 points lower at 1,732.76. Gainers trounced losers by 502 to 281, while 300 counters were unchanged. Total volume slipped to 1.2 billion units worth RM1.6 billion from 1.4 billion units worth RM1.7 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>