KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips progressed early Monday drove by Petronas Dagangan (Share Market Recommendations) while the more extensive market was firmer yet Perdana Petroleum tumbled when it continued exchanging.
At 9.20am (Share Market Recommendations)
the KLCI was up 1.93 focuses or 0.11% to 1,755. Turnover was 239.73 million offers esteemed at RM112.70mil. There were 216 gainers, 123 washouts and 226 counters unaltered.
MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan was up 0.14%, after US stocks finished the past session with mellow picks up . Japanese stocks rose 0.96%, Reuters revealed.
Kenanga Investment Bank Research anticipates that the KLCI (Financial Advisory Services) will take a short interruption after the current additions where there might be close term union between (S1) bolster at 1,750 and upper (R1) protection at 1,765 until the RSI moderates.
“From that point, any unequivocal leap forward from R1 may prompt a bullish headway toward 1,800 (R2). On the other hand, 1,729 (S2) could be the following help should S1 is broken,” it said.
Reuters revealed oil markets were steady on Monday (Stock Trading Signals), drifting around Friday’s levels as an absence of indisputable market pointers kept costs from swinging in any case.
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI)
rough fates were at US$57.33 a barrel at 0105 GMT, up three pennies from their last settlement. Brent rough prospects were unaltered at US$63.24 a barrel.
At Bursa Malaysia, Hengyuan rose 34 sen to RM13.16 (Stock Recommendations), Petronas Dagangan added 24 sen to RM24.54 yet Perdana hit restrain down, falling 30 sen to 66 sen with 24,000 offers done.
Kenanga Investment Bank Research said Perdana was relied upon to change forcefully from the last exchanged cost of RM1.54, given the gathered RM160mil misfortunes in the previous two year while the oil and gas area was hit by one of the most exceedingly bad business situations.
Ajinomoto rose 18 sen to RM20.88, Hong Leong Industries added 15 sen to RM9.79, KESM picked up 10 sen to RM19.66.
Press Metal rose seven sen to RM16.98 (Share Trading Tips), Press Metal seven sen to RM5.05, Gamuda and Top Glove crept up six sen each to RM4.81 and RM6.98.
Be that as it may, MPI went under some benefit taking, falling 30 sen to RM11.70, SPB lost 20 sen to RM5.30, Hong Leong Bank lost 14 sen to RM16.52 and Maybank nine sen bring down RM9.45.
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