Malaysia's blue chips fall more than 6pts in early trade

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  • Thursday, 23 May 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's FBM KLCI opened more than six points lower on Thursday on extended profit taking of key stocks like KL Kepong and banks, ahead of the extended weekend.

At 9am, the KLCI was down 6.32 points to 1,777.56. Turnover was 28.62 million shares valued at RM19.92mil. There were 59 gainers, 84 losers and 126 counters unchanged.

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