KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips chalked up slight increases early Tuesday, with Genting Bhd supporting the FBM KLCI (Stock Investment Signals) while the more extensive market was blended and the ringgit edged up against the US dollar.
At 9.56am (Stock Investment Signals),
the KLCI was up 1.15 focuses or 0.07% to 1,743.44. Turnover was 796.89 million offers esteemed at RM317.41mil. There were 242 gainers, 252 failures and 346 counters unaltered.
The ringgit solidified against the US dollar by 0.09% to 4.226 from the past close of 4.23.
Asian offers touched their most astounding in 10 years on Tuesday, (Mid Term Stock Picks) while oil costs edged down subsequent to surging to an over two-year top as Saudi Arabia’s crown ruler got serious about defilement, Reuters revealed.
US rough shed
12 pennies to US$57.23 subsequent to breaking above US$56 a barrel without precedent for over two years overnight.
Kenanga Investment Bank Research said the general specialized viewpoint for the KLCI (Stock Trading Picks) was seen as negative.
“Vital help levels are currently at 1,733 (S1) and 1,727 (S2) while protection levels to watch are 1,750 (R1) and 1,765 (R2),” it said.
eight sen to RM1.19 in dynamic exchange subsequent to reporting its RM644.95mil buy of Asian Finance Bank Bhd (AFB).
Peak Healthcare was the best gainer, up 35 sen to RM5.80 with 400 offers done. Hartalega added 14 sen to RM7.90, Genting Bhd propelled 12 sen to RM8.99 and Mercury 11 sen to RM2.43.
Refiner Hengyuan picked up 15 sen to RM9.13.
WC fell the most, down 26 sen to RM4.50 and its offers lost 25 sen to RM4.95.
Heineken lost 12 sen to RM18.66, AirAsia lost 11 sen to RM3.25 (Share Investment Tips), Eon Credit and Gamuda 10 sen bring down at RM14.50 and RM4.97.
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