Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed on a firm note last Friday, snapping a four-day losing streak, boosted by persistent buying momentum amid positive market sentiment. Bursa Malaysia and its regional peers was on an upside due to a rally in global oil prices, with the benchmark Brent crude oil hovering above US$59 in Asia on Friday, following the overnight Russia-Ukraine ceasefire deal. The benchmark FBM KLCI finished at its intra-day high of 1,800.95, up 11.88 points or 0.66% after slipping as low as 1,790.31. On a weekly basis, the FBM KLCI slipped 12.3 points from 1,813.25 the previous Friday. Advancers outnumbered decliners by 493 to 303, while 343 counters were unchanged. Total turnover expanded to 1.96 billion units valued at RM2.33 billion, from the 1.68 billion units valued at RM2.51 billion transacted on Thursday. Weekly turnover doubled to 10.43 billion units valued at RM11.44 billion from 5.98 billion units valued at RM6.93 billion previously.