Penny oil and gas stocks in concentrate early Monday


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KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips expanded their increases from a week ago, with the progress in the FBM KLCI supported by Nestle and Petronas Dagangan while penny oil and gas stocks ascended in dynamic exchange, floated by the firm raw petroleum costs. 
At 9.19am, the FBM KLCI was up 1.18 focuses or 0.06% to 1,819.15. Turnover was 737.11 million offers esteemed at RM329.81mil. There were 490 gainers, 128 washouts and 280 counters unaltered. 
Kenanga Investment Bank Research trusts the specialized picture for the KLCI stays positive, with the bullish meeting of the MACD above Signal line and other key force pointers still in positive state. 
“From here, we expect an impermanent pullback towards help level of 1,793 (S1) throughout the following couple of days before a possible move towards protection level 1,835 (R1). Once taken out, the following protection level is at 1,861 (R2) with drawback hazard restricted to 1,751 (S1),” it said. 
Binasat Communications, which was recorded on the ACE Market, rose 14.5 sen to 60.5 sen. It was effectively exchanged with 34.6 million offers done. 
Sapura Energy rose 5.5 sen to 86.5 sen, UMW Oil and Gas added three sen to 44 sen while KNM increased 1.5 sen to 27.5 sen. UMW-OG WA increased 0.5 sen to 24 sen. 
Petronas Dagangan included 18 sen tp RM24.88. 
With respect to buyer stocks, F&N picked up 46 sen to RM28.28 while Nestle added 40 sen to RM103.80 yet BAT fell 72 sen to RM36.78. 
KESM added 28 sen to RM21.20, Hartalega 24 sen to RM10.90, Amway 15 sen to RM7.55 and UMW 14 sen to RM5.89. 
Keeping down the KLCI were Genting Bhd which fell 13 sen to RM9.49, Press Metal seven sen bring down at RM5.43, HL Bank lost six sen to RM17.14 and Petronas Gas four sen to RM18.32.

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