No trading for KLTM this week


The dealer said the tin market reopening will be based on the resumption of operation by MSC. On Friday, the government announced that the MCO will be extended until June 28. (File pic shows MSC's smelting operations)

PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market (KLTM) will be closed for trading next week following the suspension of Malaysia Smelting Corp Bhd’s (MSC) operations during the current movement control order (MCO) period, said a dealer.

The dealer said the tin market reopening will be based on the resumption of operation by MSC. On Friday, the government announced that the MCO will be extended until June 28.

“KLTM trading depends on the opening of MSC as its main trader. Until further announcement made by MSC, KLTM will also suspend all its activities, ” he told Bernama. — Bernama

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