Bursa Malaysia Market

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Market – Felda Global endeavors (FGV) pulled in positive consideration early Monday following the most recent improvement in the estate goliath while blue chips held relentless as raw petroleum costs climbed.

At 9.12am (Bursa Malaysia Market)

the FBM KLCI was up 1.41 focuses or 0.08% to 1,781.31. Turnover was 235.21 million offers esteemed at RM84.66mil. There were 216 gainers, 107 failures and 217 counters unaltered.

Kenanga Investment Bank Research

said the neighborhood showcase is probably going to stay uneven, at any rate for the close term, basically due to the on-going geopolitical pressure amongst US and North Korea combined with the as of late finished up frustrating 2QCY17 revealing season.

“Having said that, we have seen speculative indications of a turnaround, thus, we trust speculators ought to exploit any shortcomings to position for the following two occasionally solid quarters.

“Actually, quick resistance levels are 1,783/89 while bolster levels are topped at 1,770/60,” Kenanga Research said.

In the interim, oil costs edged up on Monday after the Saudi oil serve talked about the conceivable expansion of a settlement to cut worldwide oil supplies past March 2018 with his Venezuelan and Kazakh partners, Reuters announced.

US rough for October conveyance was up 29 pennies at US$47.77 while London Brent unrefined for November conveyance was up 23 pennies at US$54.01.

At Bursa Malaysia,

FGV rose eight sen to RM1.72 with 5.20 million offers done. StarBiz revealed Monday bunch president and CEO Datuk Zakaria Arshad will probably restore this week to steerage the ranch aggregate after his suspension somewhere in the range of three months back.

Telekom Malaysia rose seven sen to RM6.47 in thin exchange however enough to push the KLCI somewhat higher.

Kawan Food rose 15 sen to RM3.60, Pentamaster 13 sen to RM4.84 and Tan Chong picked up 10 sen to RM1.79.

Petron and Hengyuan rose 10 sen each to RM9.50 and RM7.84 while Lotte Chemical Titan added seven sen to RM5.58.

Sino Hua-a was the most dynamic, up one sen to 24.5 sen, reaching out from a week ago’s rally.

Genting Plantations fell 20 sen to RM10.46, Petronas Gas lost 18 sen to RM18, Ajinomoto 18 sen bring down at RM18.98.

Hartalega and PPB Group fell 12 sen each to RM6.78 and RM16.70. Bond player Lafarge lost 10 sen RM5.85 and CMSB eight sen bring down at RM4.02. Yinson and UMW fell seven sen each to RM3.58 and RM5.38.

For live KLSE update, traders/investors could visit www.mmfsolutions.my    

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