Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed on an easier note yesterday amid weak performance by financial stocks including RHB Capital, CIMB and Maybank. Sentiment on the broader market was weak, tracking the weaknesses in Asian stocks following overnight losses on Wall Street. The market was quiet amid lack of fresh buying interests on concerns over global growth after the Federal Reserve lowered forecast for US economic growth this year and 2012. The benchmark FBM KLCI fell by 4.16 points or 0.27% to close at 1,563.19. Losers led gainers by 393 to 330 while 308 were unchanged. Volume increased to 875.69 million shares valued at RM1.43 billion from 847.12 million shares valued at RM1.52 billion yesterday.