KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia snapped its losing-streak to open possibly higher, in early exchanging today, on deal chasing exercises in accordance with the overnight bounce back on Wall Street, merchants said. – Equity tips in Malaysia
At 9.07am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 1.62 focuses higher at 1,768.79 from yesterday’s end of 1,767.17.
The list opened 1.23 focuses higher at 1,768.40 at 9am.
Gainers pounded washouts 231 to 85 while 175 counters stayed unaltered with 1,257 untraded and 20 others were suspended.
Turnover remained at 134.94 million offers worth RM67.19million.
Merchant said the FBM KLCI opened imperceptibly higher, lifted by positive notion after US stocks steadied after the earlier day’s savage auction.
Among heavyweights, MISC rose six sen to RM7.59, Digi.com increased one sen to RM5, IHH edged up three sen to RM6.05 yet Westports surrendered four sen to RM3.86 while Maxis was level at RM6.49.
Of gainers, Petronas Dagangan rose 32 sen to RM24.40, Malaysian Pacific Industries expanded 28 sen to RM13.20, Petronas Gas and Hong Leong picked up 12 sen each to RM19.12 and RM14.18, individually, and Tasco was 11 sen higher at RM2.70.
The FBM Emas Index was 19.81 focuses better at 12,680.21, the FBMT 100 Index expanded 17.98 focuses to 12,306.00 and the FBM Emas Syariah Index added 24.39 focuses to 13,016.76.
The FBM 70 enhanced 47.44 focuses to 15,294.70 and the FBM Ace earned 54.21 focuses to 6,484.69. – Equity tips in Malaysia
Segment shrewd, the Plantation Index was 8.03 focuses bring down at 8,049.86, the Industrial Index expanded 3.45 focuses to 3,269.90 and the Finance Index added 29.89 focuses to 16,372.59.
The physical cost of gold as at 9.30am remained at RM168.42 per gram, down 87 sen from RM169.29 at 5pm yesterday.
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