Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended last Friday on a bearish note with losses in heavyweights continuing to weigh on market sentiment. The local market was tracking the sluggish regional markets amid concerns of a potential Greece debt default and the country exiting the European Union after days of talks in Brussels failed to yield a breakthrough, the 7% plunge in China markets while the ringgit continued to weaken against the US dollar. At close, the FBM KLCI was down 6.34 points or 0.37% to 1,710.47, the lowest since Jan 7, after fluctuating between 1,709.87 and 1,716.64 throughout the day. On a weekly basis, the benchmark index eased 11.3 points or 0.65% from 1,721.77. Losers thumped gainers by 441 to 345, with 320 counters unchanged. Total volume decreased to 1.35 billion units, worth RM1.43 billion, from Thursday’s 1.65 billion units worth RM2.08 billion. Weekly turnover decreased to 7.35 billion units worth RM8.19 billion from 7.72 billion units worth RM9.18 billion previously.