KLSE Stock Recommendation- Petronas stocks lead KLCI higher early Monday

KUALA LUMPUR: The hop in raw petroleum costs saw Petronas Gas and Petronas Dagangan developing as among the best gainers in early Monday exchange (KLSE Stock Recommendation), following the progress of Asian offers.

At 9.06am (KLSE Stock Recommendation),

the KLCI was up 2.66 focuses or 0.15% to 1,757.98. Turnover was 244.96 million offers esteemed at RM62.60mil. There were 201 gainers, 80 failures and 215 counters unaltered.

Asian offers progressed to new highs on Monday following Wall Street’s lead (Klse Stock Picks), while U.S. oil fates bounced to drift close to a six-month crest as raising strains between the Iraqi government and Kurdish powers undermined supply, Reuters detailed.

Iraqi powers

started moving at midnight on Sunday towards oil fields held by Kurdish Peshmerga warriors close to the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.

Accordingly, US rough climbed 0.9% to US$51.92 a barrel, not a long way from US$52.85 touched toward the end of last month – a level not seen since April. Brent unrefined climbed 1.2% to US$57.88 per barrel. MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan picked up for a fifth day racing to be up 0.3%, after US stocks finished at record highs.

Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) Research said exchanging exercises could keep on focusing on bring down liner and penny stocks inside the innovation area (Klse Stock Signals). Additionally, oil and gas stocks might be lifted by the firmer raw petroleum costs a week ago, it said in its market viewpoint report.

Petronas Gas

rose 16 sen to RM18.76 and Petronas Dagangan added 14 sen to RM24.42.

Among the manors, Batu Kawan picked up 14 sen to RM19.80 and KL (Stock Trading Picks) Kepong increased eight sen to RM24.80.

Vitrox was the best gainers, up 18 sen to RM5.28 while Pentamaster climbed seven sen to RM5.02.

Top Glove chalked up increases of 13 sen to RM6.14 after its solid fourth quarte comes about last Friday and provoked investigators to update the stock.

Vivocom rose 1.5 sen to 16 sen with more than 42 million offers done after it affirmed a StarBiz report (Klse Stock Tips) about the section of a Hong Kong organization as a noteworthy investor.

Padini lost 12 sen to RM4.68 and Public Bank fell eight sen to RM20.42 on benefit taking.

Mitrajaya

fell six sen to 97 sen in dynamic exchange after it proposed a rights issue, sweetened with free warrants and extra offers, to raise as much as RM107mil which will be utilized mostly for the reimbursement of bank borrowings.

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