Malaysia’s blue chips fall in early trade, Petronas Gas, Genting down

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  • Thursday, 07 Nov 2013

KUALA LUMPUR:  Malaysia’s FBM KLCI fell in early Thursday trade on mild profit taking on key stocks Petronas Gas and Genting Bhd while analysts see the index’s immediate support at 1,800.

At 9.04am, the KLCI was down 2.13 points to 1,800.92. Turnover was 71.76 million shares valued at RM36.17mil. There were 177 gainers, 53 losers and 142 counters unchanged.

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