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Friday, November 28, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on profit-taking

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower yesterday on profit-taking after three straight days of gains and taking the cue from regional markets amid the fall in oil prices. The FBMKLCI shed 12.26 points or 0.67% to close at 1,829.91, after hovering between 1,845.76 and 1,828.04 throughout the day. Market breadth was negative with losers outpacing gainers by 567 to 252 with 304 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to 1.55 billion units worth RM1.36 billion from 1.73 billion units worth RM1.47 billion on Wednesday. Read more >>

Thursday, November 27, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher for third consecutive day

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed higher for the third consecutive day yesterday on follow-through buying in blue-chips and selected heavyweights. The market received a boost from the upward revision to the United States' economic growth rate in the July-September period to 3.9% from 3.5%. The FBMKLCI added 3.61 points or 0.20% to close at 1,842.17, after moving between 1,836.79 and 1,845.08 throughout the day. Losers outpaced gainers by 454 to 320 with 313 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to 1.73 billion units worth RM1.47 billion from 2.09 billion units worth RM2.46 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher on follow through buying

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed mixed yesterday with the benchmark FBMKLCI ended on slightly firmer note, supported by buying interest in blue-chips, mostly oil- and gas-related. Oil and gas counters were in the limelight after the government planned to abolish the fuel subsidies beginning Dec 1. The FBMKLCI gained 4.79 points or 0.26% to close at 1,838.56, after moving between 1,830.48 and 1,843.55 throughout the day. Losers outpaced gainers by 476 to 308 with 305 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to 2.09 billion units worth RM2.46 billion from 2.24 billion units worth RM1.91 billion on Monday. Read more >>

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

FBM KLCI - rebounded strongly to close higher

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed higher yesterday on buying interest in blue-chips and heavyweights, in line with regional bourses as China’s decision to cut the lending rate had boosted the country’s economy and strengthened optimism in the global economy. The FBMKLCI rose by 24.64 points or 1.36% to close at 1,833.77, after hovering between 1,809.63 and 1,833.77 throughout the day. Market breadth was positive with gainers outpacing losers by 510 to 297 with 290 counters unchanged. Total volume increased to 2.24 billion units worth RM1.91 billion from 1.77 billion units worth RM1.66 billion on last Friday. Read more >>

Monday, November 24, 2014

FBM KLCI - likely to consolidate downward


Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower last Friday dampened by selling in blue-chips and heavyweights, led by CIMB. The benchmark FBMKLCI managed to stay above 1,800 points despite the market being traded lower for the whole day on profit-taking ahead of the weekend. At close, the FBMKLCI declined 13.16 points or 0.72% to end at 1,809.13, after hovering between 1,817.56 and 1,808.13 throughout the day. Week-on-week, the key index fell 4.66 points or 0.26% from previous Friday’s 1,813.79. Losers outpaced gainers by 464 to 295 with 309 counters unchanged. Total volume decreased to 1.77 billion units worth RM1.66 billion from Thursday’s 1.64 billion units worth RM1.62 billion. Weekly turnover narrowed to 868.22 million shares worth RM8.30 billion from previous week’s 9.95 billion shares worth RM8.98 billion. Read more >>

Friday, November 21, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on profit-taking

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower yesterday in line with regional markets following a weak economic data released in China. Most Asian stocks fell after the manufacturing purchasing managers’ index showed factory output in the world’s second-biggest economy contracted for the first time in 6 months. The FBMKLCI declined 2.1 points or 0.12% to close at 1,822.29, after hovering between 1,816.97 and 1,825.12 throughout the day. Market breadth was negative with losers outpacing gainers by 500 to 260 with 318 counters unchanged. Total volume decreased to 1.64 billion units worth RM1.62 billion from Wednesday’s 2.1 billion units worth RM1.92 billion. Read more >>

Thursday, November 20, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher on follow through rebound

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed higher yesterday, helped by gains in selected heavyweights. The performance of the local bourse was in line with most of its South-East Asian peers. At close, the benchmark FBMKLCI rose 6.01 points or 0.33% to close at 1,824.39 points, after hovering between 1,818 points and 1,827.4 points throughout the day. Market breadth was positive with gainers outpacing losers by 438 to 357 while 309 counters were unchanged. Total volume increased to 2.1 billion units worth RM1.92 billion from the 1.76 billion units worth RM1.71 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>