Stocks on Bursa Malaysia finished on a firmer note yesterday on gains in selected blue chips on the back of positive market sentiments globally. Asian markets rose after players took new positions following the decision by European policymakers to contain the Euro-zone debt crisis and the private sector investors agreed to take a 50 per cent "haircut" in Greek bonds. The FBM KLCI rose 13.13 points or 0.9% to end at 1,470.93, after opening 3.75 points higher at 1,461.55. Gainers led losers by 689 to 165 while 195 counters were unchanged. Turnover advanced to 1.877 billion worth RM2.413 billion from 950.64 million worth RM1.075 billion Tuesday.