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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia closed lower on Tuesday, in cautious trading, ahead of third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) data.

The FBM KLCI closed down 11.38 points, or 0.74% at 1,524.03, its lowest since Oct 1. The index moved between 1,536.16 and 1,520.08 throughout the day.

Market breadth turned negative as losers overpowered the gainers on a ratio of 653-to-311 stocks. Traded volumes stood at 3.1 billion units worth RM2.39bil.

Dealers said the undertone of the market continued to be weak and expected investors to remain on the sidelines ahead of the GDP data on Friday. They anticipate bargain-hunting activities to emerge as investors nibble on beaten down stocks.

In today’s session, KLCI-component stocks were overwhelmingly in the negative, with 24 losers, five gainers and one closed unchanged.

Laggards among the KLCI component stocks were Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK), Petronas Dagangan, Hap Seng, Hartalega and PPB.

KLK and Petronas Dagangan tumbled 38 sen each to RM20.70 and RM20.30 respectively. Hap Seng lost 22 sen to RM7.77, Hartalega gave up 14 sen to RM5.69 and PPB declined 12 sen to RM17.78.

Hong Leong Bank added six sen to RM18.10, Genting Malaysia gained three sen to RM3.20, MR DIY rose two sen to RM3.70 and Axiata climbed one sen to RM3.88.

On the broader market, Genetec tumbled 78 sen to RM46.22, MPI fell 60 sen to RM47.40 and SAM Engineering lost 38 sen to RM22.56.

Tafi surged 81 sen to RM3.54, DKSH advanced 38 sen to RM6.07, Kobay added 37 sen to RM5.65 and KESM rose 34 sen to RM12.72.

Stock market data showed that foreign investors continued to buy into local stocks on Monday, acquiring RM129mil worth of equities.

Local institutions sold RM142mil of equities while retailers acquired RM13mil worth of equities yesterday.

Meanwhile, the ringgit was quoted at 4.1520, up 0.06% against the US dollar.

US light crude oil climbed 49 cents to US$82.42 and Brent added 45 cents to US$83.88 per barrel.

On the external front, Japan’s Nikkei closed 0.75% lower at 29,285.46 while South Korea’s Kospi closed up 2.26 points, or 0.08%, at 2,962.46.

China’s CSI300 index closed unchanged at 4,846.74, while the Shanghai Composite Index added 0.2% to 3,507.00.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index rose 0.2%, to 24,813.13.



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