'Tidal wave' at M'sian exchange, foreigners buy RM1.67bil last week


By P. ARUNAAFIQ ISA

Calling it a

PETALING JAYA: Foreigners who had shied away from Bursa Malaysia in the last two years, have been steadily buying for more than a month now. They hit a high last week, signalling their firm re-entry into the stock exchange.

Last week, foreign investors were net buyers, investing RM1.76bil in the exchange, the highest since after the 13th general election (GE13) in May 2013.

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