Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended lower yesterday in line with other regional bourses as investors took profits on the back of heightened Euro-zone debt crisis worries. Heavyweights such as Sime Darby and Tenaga, which contribute significant weightage to the FBM KLCI, were among the top losers. The FBM KLCI ended the day 25.41 points or 1.73% lower at 1,439.94 after opening 5.77 points lower at 1,459.58. Losers led gainers by 705 to 145 while 173 counters were unchanged. Total market volume dropped to 1.36 billion shares, valued at RM1.37 billion, from Monday's 1.78 billion shares worth RM1.75 billion.