Banks blame syndicates for sharp fall on Bursa Malaysia


KUALA LUMPUR: Several major local banks last night denied they were responsible for the sharp fall of stocks on Bursa Malaysia lately, and instead placed the blame on speculators and stock market syndicates. 

Top executives from the banks said they have not cut credit lines for share margin financing, and would continue to support and expand their share margin financing facilities. 

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