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THE Cabinet reshuffle announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi gave the stock market a strong boost yesterday, lifting the KLSE Composite Index by more than 18 points to above 800.
Philippine shares fell Monday, succumbing to profit-taking after a heady rise last week to their highest level in nearly three years, traders said.
Stock Market Signals: A weekly column on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange by G.M. Teoh.
THE recent decline in the price of poultry-related stocks is an opportunity for investors to accumulate quality shares at lower prices, analysts said.
SOME negative news flow amid bullish investor sentiment is not expected to dampen movements of second and third liners that are generally more speculative in nature and sensitive to market rumours. Some are also seen to have potential following restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions.
THE MSEB Composite Index (CI) had its biggest fall yesterday since November last year as the market reacted to major declines in other Asian bourses on Monday arising from investors' jitters over the bird flu outbreak.
FUND managers still see the local bourse as the market to invest in, irrespective of whether American pension fund giant California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) decides to, or not to, include Malaysia in its list of emerging market investments.