Malaysia's blue chips climb to more than 2 week high

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  • Wednesday, 05 Dec 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's blue chips closed at a more than two-week high on Wednesday, underpinned by gains in Genting Bhd and banks while key regional markets surged on more upbeat news from Asian powerhouse China.

At 5pm, the FBM KLCI rose 6.18 points to 1,631.79, the highest since Nov 23. Turnover was 829.19 million shares valued at RM1.19bil. There were 361 gainers, 293 losers and 345 counters unchanged.

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