Bursa records second-highest volume ever

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PETALING JAYA: Trading volume on Bursa Malaysia surged to a high of more than nine billion shares once again in what seemed to be a bullish trading day, which saw the benchmark FBM KLCI extending its gains for the third consecutive day.

A total of 9.23 billion units of shares were traded yesterday, the second-highest volume ever seen on the local bourse, at a value of RM3.87bil.

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