Bursa Malaysia started Tuesday

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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia began Tuesday on a careful note as misfortunes by MISC and IHH Healthcare weighed on the FBM KLCI in spite of the record high on Wall Street and firmer key Asian markets. 

At 9.06am,

the KLCI was down 1.83 focuses or 0.1% to 1,766.84. Turnover was 146.03 million offers esteemed at RM70.72mil. There were 137 gainers, 63 failures and 178 counters unaltered.
Asian offers hopped on Tuesday, following positive leads from Europe and the U.S. as oil’s longest extend of every day value picks up in more than five years lifted vitality offers and speculator pivot out of innovation into financials proceeded with, Reuters announced.
MSCI’s broadest file of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan included 0.2% while Japan’s Nikkei bounced 0.5%, on account of a weaker yen. Australian offers progressed 1.4%, while South Korea’s KOSPI was minimal changed.
At Bursa Malaysia, among the KLCI stocks, PPB Group broadened its decrease, down eight sen to RM16.92, MISC fell seven sen to RM7.34 and IHH six sen bring down at RM5.79.
Carlsberg was the greatest decliner, down 20 sen to RM14.88, UMW and Ann Joo five sen bring down at RM5.79 and RM3.09 while Scientex lost four sen to RM8.74 and AFG three sen to RM3.88.
Yinson was the top gainer, up nine sen to RM3.69 after it reported it was offering its 26% stake in its 26% stake in its drifting generation, stockpiling and offloading (FPSO) unit in Ghana to a Japanese consortium for amongst US$104mil and US$117mil. The move was to make ready for vital shareholders.
today's stock market
Petron added nine sen to RM7.65 and Hengyuan seven sen to RM5.53.
KPJ increased seven sen to RM4.28, KPower and Tong Herr six sen to RM3.66 while Globetronics added five sen to RM6.15.

Hot stocks of the day

1. IFCAMSC
2. MIECO
3. AHB
4. BSLCORP
5. INSAS


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