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KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds snapped their three-week selling streak and turned into net buyers with a net inflow of RM285.83mil last week, compared with a net outflow of RM477.43mil in the preceding week.
KUALA LUMPUR: Telco stocks and Hong Leong Bank helped the FBM KLCI to extend its gains in early Tuesday trade.
KUALA LUMPUR: Most chip makers and tech-related stocks staged a rebound early Wednesday, as investor sentiment was boosted by the overnight rally of Nasdaq.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI finished higher for the fourth straight session on Wednesday on continued buying interest in index-linked stocks. KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI finished higher for the fourth straight session on Wednesday on continued buying in index-linked stocks.
Blue chips fell in early Thursday trade as investors took profit after the several days of firm gains but again the broader market displayed resilience as foreign funds have been net buyers most of the week.
KUALA LUMPUR: The record closing on Wall Street galvanised investors’ confidence early Friday as they continued to accumulate chip makers, tech stocks while the strong oil prices saw firm interest in Petronas-linked stocks.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips took a breather on Friday as investors took some money off the table after a recent rally.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia started the week on a firmer note on Monday as the FBM KLCI advanced on gains by Hong Leong Bank, tracking the steady key Asian markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds remained net buyers of Malaysian equities for the second straight week, but inflows slowed to RM240.71mil against RM285.83mil in the preceding week, according to MIDF Research. The research house said last Monday foreign investors sold RM62.93mil net of local equities, with retailers and local institutions both as net buyers to the tune of RM48.95mil and RM13.98mil respectively. It said foreign investors were net buyers every day except Monday and Friday during last week. “On a year-to-date basis, foreign net selling this year came in lower when compared against the same period last year. “Net selling by foreigners was RM1.17bil for 2021 thus far, as compared to RM5.21bil over the same period in 2020,” MIDF said in its weekly fund flow report. As for the retailers, MIDF said they were net buyers every day last week except for Tuesday. The largest net buying was recorded on Friday at RM74.73mil and smallest net purchase was on Wednesday at RM4.80mil. Meanwhile, local institutions were net sellers every day of the week, except on Monday and Friday. The mixed ending was recorded after a five weeks pattern of net selling this year. “Cumulative weekly outflow was to the tune of RM424.04mil. The biggest net selling was on Wednesday at RM191.37mil while the smallest net selling was on Tuesday at RM110.93mil,” MIDF said. In terms of participation, the retail investors and local institutions recorded a weekly increase of 3.26% and 6.92% respectively in average daily trade value (ADTV). Foreign investors decreased by 22.37% in ADTV.