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Friday, October 24, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher on strong rebound

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed sharply higher yesterday, boosted by industrial, as well as trade and services-related companies. The market saw strong buying interest following the overnight fall in oil prices. The FBMKLCI rose 14.46 points or 0.81% to close at 1,810.68, after opening 4.94 points higher at 1,801.16 and hovered between 1,800.44 and 1,813.13 throughout the day. Gainers outpaced losers by 670 to 185, while 249 counters were unchanged. Total volume rose to 1.59 billion shares worth RM2.01 billion from 1.24 billion shares valued at RM1.38 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>

Thursday, October 23, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on profit-taking

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended lower Tuesday on selling pressure ahead of the Deepavali holiday on Wednesday. The market also turned weak compared with that of Monday, in sync with regional peers after China reported its weakest economic growth in five years, where the world’s second largest economy grew 7.3% between July and September from a year earlier, slowing from the 7.5% in the second quarter. The benchmark FBMKLCI finished 6.92 points or 0.38% lower at 1,796.22, after opening slightly better at 1,803.82 and moved between 1,794.66 and 1,804.83 throughout the day. Losers outpaced gainers by 463 to 306, while 294 counters were unchanged. Total volume declined to 1.24 billion shares valued at RM1.38 billion from Monday’s 2.05 billion shares worth RM2.21 billion. Read more >>

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

FBM KLCI - higher on continued rebound

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia continued its rebound from last Friday to close higher yesterday in tandem with most regional peers, as upbeat US data late last week calmed the global financial markets and reassured investors worried about the performance of the world's biggest economy. The benchmark FBMKLCI rose 14.83 points or 0.83% to 1,803.14. Gainers outpaced losers by 569 to 305 with 261 counters unchanged. Total volume shrank to 2.05 billion shares worth RM2.21 billion from 2.30 billion shares worth RM2.48 billion last Friday. Read more >>

Monday, October 20, 2014

FBM KLCI - likely to stage further technical rebound

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed broadly higher last Friday on massive buying in heavyweights led by Sapura Kencana Petroleum and CIMB drove the benchmark index up to end the week on a high note, after falling consecutively for five trading days. The benchmark FBMKLCI finished 20.54 points or 1.16% higher at 1,788.31, after hovering between 1,766.22 and 1,795.29 throughout the day. However, on a weekly basis, the key index fell 20.57 points from 1,808.88 on previous Friday. Gainers thumped losers 884 to 128, while 161 counters were unchanged. Total volume slipped to 2.3 billion shares worth RM2.48 billion from 2.56 billion shares worth RM2.68 billion on Thursday. Weekly turnover increased to 9.90 billion shares valued at RM10.53 billion, from 8.80 billion shares valued at RM8.77 billion last week. Read more >>


Friday, October 17, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on panic selling

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower across the board yesterday for the fifth consecutive days as the market suffered heavy losses on continued technical correction on the local benchmark index. The FBMKLCI finished 19.07 points or 1.07% lower at the intra-day low of 1,767.77. Losers thumped gainers by 1,001 to 64, while 144 counters were unchanged. Total volume increased to 2.56 billion shares worth RM2.68 billion from 2.04 billion shares worth RM2.17 billion on Wednesday. Read more >>

Thursday, October 16, 2014

FBM KLCI - lower on continued selling pressure

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed broadly lower yesterday on the back of subdued demand due to lack of catalysts to drive trading. The recent International Monetary Fund's (IMF) move to revise downward its forecast on global growth to grow by 3.8% next year compared to its earlier forecast of 4% in July has put pressure on demand for the stock markets. The benchmark FBMKLCI ended 9.54 points or 0.53% lower to close at 1,786.84 after moving between 1,786.78 to 1,801.12 points throughout the day. Losers led gainers by 659 to 209 while 262 counters were unchanged. Total volume reduced to 2.04 billion shares worth RM2.16 billion compared with 2.22 billion shares worth RM2.45 billion on Tuesday. Read more >>

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

FBM KLCI - marginally lower

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed broadly lower yesterday with the benchmark FBMKLCI closing marginally lower, amid mixed sentiment on Asian equity markets with gains in selected consumer and finance stocks limiting losses. Investors had remained on the sidelines on concerns over the possibility of the US Federal Reserve ending its bond-buying program this month. The FBMKLCI ended 0.82 of a point or 0.05% lower at 1,796.38 points, after hovering between 1,790.99 and 1,801.81 during the day. Decliners trounced advancers by 652 to 226 while 285 counters were unchanged. Total volume increased to 2.22 billion shares worth RM2.45 billion compared with 1.74 billion shares worth RM1.8 billion on Monday. Read more >>