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KUALA LUMPUR: It was a disappointing start for Bursa Malaysia on Tuesday as the FBM KLCI gave up more than the previous day’s gains with plantations, banks, IHH Healthcare and Tenaga Nasional among the losers.
KUALA LUMPUR: IHH Healthcare, CIMB and Digi powered the FBM KLCI comfortably above the key 1,600 level on Monday but G3 Global, which had surged in recent weeks, hit limit-down.
KUALA LUMPUR: Asian markets including Bursa Malaysia started Monday on a cautious note ahead as investors wondered whether there was progress in the US-China trade deal while at Bursa Malaysia, it was weighed down by losses in Petronas Chemicals and banks.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of IHH Healthcare gave the FBM KLCI the much needed lift to return to the positive zone after a volatile day on Friday – despite some late selling pressure – while key Asian markets closed higher.
SHANGHAI: China stocks fell on Friday to end the week lower, with the country's blue-chip index posting its biggest weekly decline in more than three months, amid uncertainty around the Sino-U.S. trade deal while investors sought more clues on Beijing's policy support in the midst of a slowing economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Investor sentiment perked up early Friday with some nibbling seen in MISC and Public Bank amid a mixed broader market ahead of the release of the third quarter GDP data at midday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips extended their losses on Thursday, weighed by losses in IHH Healthcare, Tenaga Nasional and Axiata while key Asian markets did not offer much optimism following the uncertain US-China trade talks.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips extended their decline early Thursday, weighed down by losses in Petronas Chemicals after its disappointing third quarter results, while key Asian markets were lacklustre.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia erased gains amid cautious trading as investors await the outcome of the US-China trade discussions, which seem to have gone a tad quiet, coupled with the continuing unrest in Hong Kong.
KUALA LUMPUR: Confusion over the state of the US-China trade talks pushed Wall Street futures, European and Asian markets deeper into the red, with Bursa Malaysia also following suit, further weighed down by Petronas Chemicals weaker earnings.