Bursa Malaysia opened higher on Monday post the Group of 20 (G20) Summit and after US President Donald Trump and his Chinese partner Xi Jinping, consented to suspend new duties, it lifts index all Asian market up.
At 9.11 am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 10.40 focuses firmer at 1,690.26 versus Friday’s’ end of 1,679.86. The record opened 5.88 focuses better at 1,685.74.
On the advances against decliners, advances drove decliners 258 to 103, with 124 unaltered, 1,381 counters untraded and 21 others suspended.
Among heavyweights on Bursa Malaysia, Maybank rose six sen to RM9.45, Public Bank and Tenaga were levels at RM24.92 and RM14.24 separately, while PETRONAS Chemicals was three Sen better at RM9.23.
Top gainers, United Plantations packed away 58 sen to RM26.68, Malaysian Pacific rose 52 sen to RM10.52, Hong Leong picked up 28 sen to RM20.66 and KESM Industries was 25 sen to RM8.28.
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Stocks in the oil and gas area propelled Monday as raw petroleum costs rose. Among the vitality stocks that rose were Bumi Armada Bhd, Carimin Petroleum Bhd, Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd, Deleum Bhd, Dialog Group Bhd, Hengyuan Refining Company Bhd, Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd, KNM Group Bhd, and Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd.
Monday could be a major day for Wall Street, as U.S. securities exchange fates flooded out of the door Sunday. Dow Jones Industrial Average future +1.78% prospects were up in excess of 400, or 1.6%, on Sunday night, China consented to a ceasefire in their exchange war throughout the end of the week, with President Donald Trump saying he would not raise duties toward the beginning of the New Year as he had compromised to do.
Asian securities exchanges ascended also in early exchanging, with benchmark files in Australia XJO, +1.67 %, Japan NIK, +1.55% and South Korea SEU, +1.75% over 1% higher, while lists in Hong Kong HSI, +2.78% and Shanghai SHCOMP, +2.91% hopped over 2%. Oil prospects flooded as well, with West Texas Intermediate rough for January conveyance CLF9, +5.12% up over 3% while the worldwide benchmark Brent unrefined LCOG9, +1.73% ascended on expectations that facilitating exchange pressures will goad financial development.
Forex Signals: The ringgit opened higher against the US dollar today, after US President Donald Trump and his Chinese partner, Xi Jinping, consented to stop the trade war.
At 9.02 am, the ringgit was 50 points focus higher at 4.1770/1810 against the greenback from Friday’s end of 4.1820/1870.
Gold Price trade steady after US dollar side against all other Asian currencies after halting of the trade war between the US and China.
Gold Daily Price Range: $1221-$1229