Malaysian equities market sees RM13bil net outflows over 15 months


PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian equities market recorded a whopping RM13bil in net outflows of foreign portfolio funds over a 15-month period, and industry experts remain divided as to whether this negative trend will continue.

According to data released by Bursa Malaysia, the highest outflow in the May 2013 to July 2014 period was in August 2013, when RM6.8bil left the market.

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