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Monday, 18 July 2016

MAHB top loser at midday, PetChem weighs on KLCI

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) was the top washout at noontime on Monday as speculators evaded the air terminal administrator taking after its introduction to the aftermath from the Turkey's fizzled upset.

IHH Healthcare, which additionally has doctor's facility operations in Turkey, was fell at noontime and measured o the KLCI. Likewise dragging the KLCI into the red were Petronas Chemicals amd Maybank and Public Bank.

At noontime, KLCI fell 2.9 focuses or 0.17% to 1,665.50. Turnover was 857.45 million shares esteemed at RM627.28mil. There were 297 gainers, 349 washouts and 344 counters unaltered.

Reuters reported China stocks plunged on Monday, weighed around property and money related shares after information demonstrated additions in home costs were abating. Likewise in the red was South Korea's Kospi.

The ringgit was blended against the key monetary forms. It fell 0.82% against the US dollar to 3.9795 from 3.9457 and slipped against the Singapore dollar to 2.9504 from 2.9350 and was lower against the euro at 4.4014 from 4.3959. It edged up against the pound sterling at 5.2691 from 5.2950.

MAHB fell 34 sen to RM6.10 with 3.18 million shares done while IHH was down eight sen to RM6.57 as financial specialists agonized over political improvements in Turkey.

US light raw petroleum prospects climbed 10 pennies to US$46.05 a barrel while Brent rough fates rose 26 pennies to US$47.87 a barrel taking after increases a week ago. Reuters reported dealers disregarded the effect of Friday's endeavored upset in Turkey, while a weaker dollar and peppy monetary information from the United States loaned value support.

Petronas Chemicals fell 18 sen to RM6.51 and eradicated 2.37 focuses from the KLCI. In any case, Petronas Gas rose 16 sen toRM22.36 and Petronas Dagangan four sen higher at RM23.62. SK Petro was down two sen to RM1.44.

Rough palm oil for third-month conveyance rose RM27 to RM2,288 per ton. Sime Darby and IOI Corp rose one sen each to RM7.65 and RM4.33, PPB Group was up eight sen to RM16.58 and KL Kepong propelled 10 sen to RM23.26.

FGV rose 10 sen to RM1.65 and its call warrants FGV-C11 added 2.5 sen to 10.5 sen in dynamic exchange.

With respect to banks, AmBank lost six sen to RM4.33, Maybank and Public Bank four sen to RM8.13 and RM19.38, CIMB three sen to RM4.29 while Hong Leong Bank was level at RM13.30 however RHB Bank increased one sen to RM5.14.

Berjaya Auto call warrants, BAuto-CO lost portion of its worth, down 17 sen to 17 sen while Supermax-C19 lost nine sen to 12 sen and Armada-C18 8.5 sen to 11.5 sen and Karex-CQ eight sen to 14 sen.

MBM Resources rose 21 sen to RM2.40 and its warrants, WA bounced 12 sen to 19.5 sen as they are relied upon to profit by Perodua's new vehicle.

Among the key local markets,

Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 0.68% to 16,497.85;

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rose 0.16% to 21,693.96;

CSI 300 fell 0.09% to 3,273.46;

Shanghai's Composite Index fell 0.11% to 3,050.93;

Shenzhen Composite fell 0.17% to 2,035.29;

Hang Seng China Enterprise lost 0.15% to 9,036.17;

Taiwan's Taiex rose 0.44% to 8,989.07;

South Korea's Kospi lost 0.11% to 2,015.12;

Singapore's Straits Times Index edged up 0.08% to 2,927.73.

Spot gold fell US$9.56 to US$1,327.89.

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