Blue chips fell early Thursday – Free daily stock picks

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips fell early Thursday, setting the pace for a mindful exchanging month of February on kept offering weight on power monster Tenaga Nasional. (Free daily stock picks)

At 9.15am, the KLCI was down 1.73 focuses or 0.1% to 1,669.81 – amplifying the 14 focuses decrease on Tuesday.(Free daily stock picks)

Turnover was 160.71 million shares esteemed at RM117.63mil. There were 186 gainers, 102 failures and 211 counters unaltered.

Hong Leong Investment Bank Research said in front of the February detailing season, shares on Bursa Malaysia will prone to be caught in range-bound solidification in the wake of surging 1.8% in January.

“By and large, exchanging energy may change to lower liners and little tops after their current retracements,” it said.

Asian shares ticked up while the dollar was topped on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve adhered to its somewhat energetic monetary view however gave no clue of any quick rate climb, Reuters announced.

US oil fell on Thursday after authority information indicated US rough and gas stockpiles climbed pointedly, despite the fact that signs that OPEC and different makers are holding the line on yield cuts are supporting costs, it said.

Front month prospects for West Texas Intermediate were down 34 pennies at US$53.54 a barrel at 0016 GMT on Thursday. They climbed US$1.07 to close at $53.88 the day preceding.

Exchanging of Brent unrefined had not begun. The agreement settled up $1.22 a barrel at $56.80 on Wednesday.

At Bursa, Petronas Gas fell 28 sen to RM20.60 while Tenaga lost 24 sen to RM13.16 while Tenaga call warrants C34 tumbled five sen to six sen.

With respect to banks, Maybank and AmBank fell six sen each to RM8.16 and RM4.52.

KLCC lost 12 sen to RM7.87, F&N shed eight sen to RM23.42 and TimeCom was eight sen bring down at RM7.92.

In any case, BAT recouped somewhat to add 66 sen to RM47 and Eon Credit picked up 36 sen to RM15.98.

Ranches were generally higher driven by United Plantations which rose 50 sen to RM28, KL Kepong added 24 sen to RM24.34 and PPB Group 18 sen higher at RM16.44. Genting Plantation was up 12 sen to RM11.02.

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