Malaysia's blue chips surge to all-time high

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  • Friday, 28 Dec 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's FBM KLCI surged to its all-time high of 1,685 at the start of trade on Friday on extended buying as investors grew more positive.

At 9am, the KLCI was up 11.21 points to 1,685.37. Turnover was 16.34 million shares valued at RM42.47mil. There were 77 gainers, 16 losers and 65 counters unchanged.

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