Bursa Malaysia rebounds from Omicron jitters

KUALA LUMPUR: The domestic equities market opened to a rebound on Tuesday after its counters were broadly lower over the last two trading days on fears of the new strain of the Covid-19 virus.

While the World Health Organization has guided that it continues to study the virulence and severity of the new Covid variant, investors remain watchful over any potential outbreaks that could lead to further economic lockdowns and borders closing.

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