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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

#BURSA Sector-wise; the #Plantation-Index points higher #Industrial-Index dropped #Finance-Index decreased.

Malaysia: Bursa Malaysia retreated to open lower today, amid mixed trading sentiment coupled with concerns over the possible delay in US corporate tax cut, contributed to the downbeat mood among investors, a dealer said.
At 9.05 am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 4.54 points lower at 1,746.40 from yesterday’s close of 1,750.94.
The key index opened 4.06 points easier at 1,746.88.
On the broader market, gainers were higher at 116 against 93 losers while 183 counters remained unchanged with 1,432 untraded and 21 others were suspended.
Turnover stood at 101.86 million shares worth RM40.48 million.
Of heavyweights, Maybank erased two sen to RM9.23, Tenaga eased 10 sen to RM14.74, PBBank deducted four sen to RM20.44, Sime Darby shed one sen to RM9.05, Petronas Chemicals was flat at RM7.33 but Genting added two sen to RM9.37.
Among active counters, Perak Transit increased 1.5 sen to 31.5 sen, Diversified Gateway and Key Alliance were flat at eight sen and 14 sen, respectively, and PUC was half-a-sen lower at 19 sen.
The FBM Emas Index decreased 14.85 points to 12,598.16, FBMT 100 Index was 13.87 points lower at 12,237.38, FBM 70 increased 48.97 points to 15,534.89, FBM Emas Shariah Index fell 15.64 points to 13,027.45 but the FBM Ace rose 31.15 points to 6,828.73.
Sector-wise, the Finance Index decreased 38.61 points to 16,289.26 and Industrial Index dropped 9.74 points to 3,183.22 but the Plantation Index was 7.15 points higher at 8,018.35.
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