Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended mixed last Friday on renewed concerns about Greece’s debt talks. Although Greece's leaders clinched a deal on economic reforms in return for a loan bailout, the country faces fresh hurdles as EU partners ask for more cutbacks. The FBM KLCI fell 3.66 points or 0.23% to close at 1,561.66 after opening 2.6 points weaker at 1,562.72. Week-on-week, the benchmark index rose 22.89 points from previous Friday’s close of 1,538.77. Market breath was positive with gainers leading losers by 566 to 371, while 315 counters were unchanged. Volume increased to 3.35 billion shares worth RM2.81 billion from 3.31 billion shares worth RM2.97 billion on Thursday. Total weekly volume increased to 11.06 billion shares, worth RM9.08 billion, from previous week’s 9.52 billion shares, worth RM9.2 billion.