Nhóm Chơi Đánh bạc:Bursa Malaysia ends lower, mirroring regional markets
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia ended lower today in tandem with the decline in regional markets as hawkish central banks narrative continued to weigh on global risk sentiment, said an analyst.
At 5 pm, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) dipped 0.66 per cent or 9.77 points to 1,467.32 from Monday's closing of 1,477.09.
The market bellwether, which opened 3.36 points easier at 1,473.73, moved between 1,464.86 and 1,476.23 during the day.
On the broader market, losers thumped gainers 544 to 328, while 401 counters were unchanged, 965 untraded and 12 others suspended.
Turnover fell to 2.77 billion units worth RM1.78 billion versus 3.02 billion units worth RM1.79 billion on Monday.
SPI Asset Management managing director Stephen Innes said the Bank of Japan (BoJ) is adding to the rate hike angst after the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) and European Central Bank (ECB) surprised the market with their hawkish side last week.
Asian shares reportedly fell sharply today after Japan's central bank unexpectedly tweaked its bond yield control, which allows long-term interest rates to rise more.
"Stocks are still struggling to come to terms with that. The global stocks are slumping, and the FBM KLCI is no exception, joining the regional beatdown.,
"Besides that, the expected multiple surges of COVID-19 waves are adding more uncertainty to the global economies," he told Bernama.
Meanwhile, Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice-president of equity research Thong Pak Leng expects the market sentiment on local bourse to remain cautious due to external factors such as increasing market risks and volatility on global markets.
"Nonetheless, valuations of the FBM KLCI remain cheap, hence, we believe bargain hunting may set in moving forward.
"We expect the benchmark index to move within the 1,460 to 1,490 range for the remainder of the week," he said.
Bursa Malaysia heavyweights Maybank decreased one sen to RM8.70, Public Bank fell three sen to RM4.37, Petronas Chemicals slid 33 sen to RM8.18, TNB slipped 13 sen to RM9.18, while CIMB gained four sen to RM5.82.
Of the actives, Leform added two sen to 23.5 sen, Yew Lee Pacific perked up half-a-sen to 43 sen, both Advance Synergy and Sunview eased two sen to 18.5 sen and 59.5 sen, respectively, and Serba Dinamik was flat at 1.5 sen.
On the index board, the FBM Emas Index was down by 69.15 points to 10,532.85, the FBMT 100 Index fell 68.32 points to 10,240.22, the FBM Emas Shariah Index dropped 103.16 points to 10,641.07, the FBM 70 Index gave up 86.37 points to 12,863.21, and the FBM ACE Index shed 3.47 points to 5,474.33.
Sector-wise, the Plantation Index slipped 49.96 points to 6,821.58, the Industrial Products and Services Index inched down by 3.49 points to 177.73, the Financial Services Index dipped 9.49 points to 16,548.35, and the Energy Index eased 3.96 points to 783.20.,
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