FBM KLCI - 20150716wkStocks on Bursa Malaysia ended mixed on last Thursday for a half-day trading session with the benchmark index marginally lower on lack of catalyst and ahead of the long weekend. At close, the FBM KLCI finished at 1,726.73, down 0.53 of-a-point, after fluctuating between 1,720.7 and 1,727.5. On a weekly basis, the benchmark index gained 11.15 points from previous Friday’s 1,715.58. Losers edged gainers by 330 to 314 with 269 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to 841.03 million units valued at RM1.03 million from 1.31 billion units valued at RM1.70 billion, on Wednesday. Weekly turnover fell to 5.13 billion units worth RM5.87 billion from previous Friday’s 8.73 billion units worth RM8.89 billion.

FBM KLCI - 20150715Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed mixed yesterday with the benchmark index ended higher on last minute buying support for heavyweights amid cautious sentiments. The FBM KLCI finished at 1,727.26, the intra-day high level, up 6.16 points, or 0.36%, after touching an intraday low of 1,722.13. Gainers led losers by 376 to 353 with 341 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to 1.31 billion units valued at RM1.7 billion, from 1.48 billion units valued at RM1.69 billion on Tuesday.

FBM KLCI - 20150714Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed broadly higher yesterday, beating the regional trend with the benchmark index ended higher prompted by active buying momentum for heavyweights, despite regional market turning lower amid the uncertainty in Greece's conditional bailout agreement. The FBM KLCI finished at 1,721.10, up 4.99 points, or 0.29%, after moving between 1,720.06 and 1,727.07 throughout the day. Gainers outperformed losers by 477 to 287 with 326 counters unchanged. Total volume reduced slightly to 1.48 billion units valued at RM1.69 billion from 1.49 million units valued at RM1.45 billion, recorded on Monday.

FBM KLCI - 20150713Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed mixed yesterday with the benchmark index reversing its earlier trend to close marginally higher on last-minute buying support for heavyweights. Sentiment turned positive after euro zone leaders agreed to a deal that would pave for negotiations for a third bailout for Greece, in which the deal will allow Greece to stay in euro zone and avoid bankruptcy, but it will have to undertake reforms and privatise assets worth about 50 billion euro (RM211.18 billion). The FBM KLCI finished at 1,716.11, up 0.53 point, or 0.03%, after moving between 1,707 and 1,718.39 throughout the day. Losers edged gainers by 359 to 357, while 322 counters were unchanged. Total volume fell to 1.49 million units valued at RM1.45 billion from 1.67 billion units valued at RM1.66 billion, recorded on last Friday.

FBM KLCI - 20150710wkStocks on Bursa Malaysia ended last Friday higher following continued buying interest amid profit taking ahead of the weekend. The FBM KLCI finished at 1,715.58, up 14.04 points, or 0.83% after moving between 1,698.26 and 1,720.82 throughout the day. On a weekly basis, the benchmark index fell 18.66 points from previous Friday’s 1,734.24. Gainers beat losers by 537 to 283 with 298 counters unchanged. Total volume fell to RM1.67 billion units valued at RM1.66 billion from 1.82 billion units valued at RM1.83 billion on Thursday. Weekly turnover rose to 8.73 billion units worth RM8.89 billion, from 8.27 billion units worth RM9.37 billion traded previously.