Foreign funds remain net sellers, outflow at RM774.1mil


KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds continued to withdraw from Bursa Malaysia with the amount of outflow nine times more to RM774.1mil last week, according to MIDF Research.

“Based on data from Bursa, international investors sold RM774.1mil net of local equities last week, almost nine times more than what was sold in the preceding week,” the research house said in its weekly fund flow report.

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