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KUALA LUMPUR: After 18 relentless weeks of buying, foreign investors succumbed to negative global sentiment and lifted their foot off the pedal on Bursa Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign fund selling on Bursa Malaysia fell to RM82.9mil in the week ended Oct 6 compared with the near RM1bil a week earlier, says MIDF Equities Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: BIMB Securities Research expects the Malaysian stock market to stay flattish on Thursday with the 1,730 as the immediate resistance.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has rebutted a statement by SRC International Sdn Bhd that it had denied the authenticity of a draft charge sheet and fund flow diagram published recently in an online portal.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian equity foreign fund flow turned negative again last week. The positive net foreign fund flow of the prior week, its first since before the US election in November, was regrettably short-lived, according to MIDF Equities Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign fund outflows slowed down to RM539.2mil net of local equities on Bursa Malaysia last week, marking the 17th straight week of foreign net selling activities.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian equity foreign fund flows turned negative again last week. The positive net foreign fund flow of the prior week, the first since before the US election in November, was short-lived, according to MIDF Equities Research.
PETALING JAYA: Earnings growth and positive fund flow movements could be key catalysts to drive the stock market from current depressed levels, according to MIDF Research, which has maintained its 2019 target for the FBM KLCI at 1,830 points. The target is almost 200 points higher than yesterday’s close of 1,635.31 points for the FBM KLCI, with the forecast being based on a price to earnings ratio of 16.2 times from the current level of 15.8 times.
PETALING JAYA: Bursa Malaysia continued to see an exodus of foreign funds last week, marking the fourth consecutive week of foreign net selling.
KUALA LUMPUR: Offshore investors continued to reduce their exposure in stocks listed on Bursa Malaysia for the fifth week running, albeit at a slower pace, according to MIDF Research.