Bursa Malaysia snaps four-day losing streak to end firmer on Friday

BURSA Malaysia ended the week higher due to positive regional performance, according to an analyst, breaking its four-day losing streak.

At 5pm, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 2.02 points to 1,450.23 from Thursday’s (Sept 21) close of 1,448.21.

The index opened 2.33 points weaker at 1,445.88 and moved between 1,441.50 and 1,450.69 throughout the day.

The broader market was positive, with advancers leading decliners 504 to 403, while 472 counters were unchanged, 1,012 untraded, and 49 others suspended.

Turnover declined to 3.13 billion units worth RM2.08 bil from 3.25 billion units worth RM2.13 bil on Thursday. – Sept 22, 2023

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