Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed higher yesterday with the local benchmark index ended higher on a rebound lifted by heavyweights led by Tenaga. Most Southeast stock markets also rose on Monday amid hopes about Greece’s debt deal after it came out with a last minute proposal to appease creditors. The FBM KLCI was 10.99 points or 0.64% better at 1,732.76, after moving between 1,720.84 and 1,735.90 throughout the day. Gainers led losers by 561 to 238, with 306 counters unchanged. Total volume decreased to 1.54 billion units, worth RM1.82 billion, from Friday’s 1.72 billion units worth RM2.42 billion.