Bursa Malaysia extended its yesterday's loss to open lower today

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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia stretched out its yesterday’s misfortune to open lower today on absence of new impetuses following the end of Wall Street showcase on US Independence Day yesterday. 

At 9.05am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) remained at 1,761.48, down 0.60 of-a-point, from Tuesday’s end of 1,762.08. 


The key record opened 0.55 of-a-point less demanding at 1,761.53. 
Merchants said financial specialists were careful to anticipate the result of the Federal Reserve’s last meeting due later today which is relied upon to give some boost to the worldwide market. 
On the scoreboard, the FBM Emas Index diminished 5.75 focuses to 12,582.79, FBM Emas Syariah Index shed 11.02 focuses to 12,795.72 and the FBMT100 Index fell 6.72 focuses to 12,221.64. 
The FBM 70 facilitated 18.02 focuses to 15,029.88. The FBM Ace, be that as it may, went up 11.72 focuses to 6,534.27. 
Part shrewd, the Finance Index was 29.11 focuses bring down at 16,737.99, Industrial Index facilitated 3.42 focuses to 3,249.05 and the Plantation Index eradicated 24.87 focuses to 7,884.53. 
The market expansiveness was sure as gainers drove failures 107 to 70 with 181 counters unaltered, 1,425 untraded while 23 others were suspended. 
Turnover remained at 54.32 million offers worth RM24.31 million. 
Among heavyweights, Maybank rose one sen to RM9.66, Digi expanded two sen to RM5.02. 
TNB, Public Bank and CIMB were level at RM14.10, RM20.30 and RM6.51, individually. 
Sime Darby diminished one sen to RM9.50 and Petronas Chemicals fell four sen to RM7.10. 
Of the actives, Borneo Oil, Dagang Nexchange and Talam Transform were level at 11.4 sen, 60.5 sen and 4.5 sen, individually. 
IFCA added a large portion of a-sen to 41 sen while Anzo deducted a large portion of a-sen to 12.5 sen. 
Gold fates contracts on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives were untraded in early session. 
As at 9.31am, July 2017, August 2017, September 2017 and October 2017 remained at RM170.55 a gram, RM171.15, RM171.50 and RM172.35, separately. 
Turnover was nil while open intrigue totalled 216 contracts. 
At 9.30am, physical gold rose nine sen at RM163.86 per gram.
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