BURSA MALAYSIA

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Last Price
1,657
06:14 GMT / 23 JUL 2019
Value Change [%]
1.51
[ 0.09 %]
Open
1,655
Day's High
1,658
Year's High
1,827
Previous Close
1,655
Day's Low
1,654
Year's Low
1,572
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BursaMalaysiaKL
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19
Jul
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in Conjunction With Installation of Yang di-Pertuan Agong https://t.co/x1aFidPUS4 https://t.co/QqGsRNAL3v
11
Jul
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands China Stationery Limited and Its Directors and Fines 2 Directors… https://t.co/lLUjoHACwP
09
Jul
New Admission Into Practice Note 17 – London Biscuits Berhad https://t.co/0pwooyLdRY https://t.co/22tDULvRNY
15
Jun
FTSE4GOOD Bursa Malaysia June 2019 Semi-annual Review 16 New Inclusions and 1 Deletion From the Ftse4good Bursa Ma… https://t.co/9TlAAXdxBL
11
Jun
Bursa Malaysia Launches Bursa Anywhere, Asean’s First Mobile Depository eServices App https://t.co/WXmIfi8yCp https://t.co/5eHyRZRrpH
07
Jun
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands China Stationery Limited and Its Directors and Fines 2 Directors… https://t.co/xcv8WZpgVQ
04
Jun
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri Maaf Zahir & Batin https://t.co/bMSRh13Cys
04
Jun
Change of Name: Halex Holdings Berhad to Hextar Global Berhad https://t.co/J34eIl5byw https://t.co/KYiPmobQbB
03
Jun
Change of Name From Solution Engineering Holdings Berhad to Solution Group Berhad https://t.co/XaewCot3U7 https://t.co/aCJL72bq8R
31
May
Bursa Malaysia Seeks Feedback to the Proposed Rule Amendments for Its New CDS eServices https://t.co/RaCrYZztUm https://t.co/1IHKRESoAs
21
May
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in conjunction with Nuzul Al-Quran https://t.co/oUaWPPCcfA https://t.co/FDkpEuVv1B
13
May
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in Conjunction With Wesak Day https://t.co/CY3psmM8aJ https://t.co/QwH15XHzdP
06
May
Bursa Malaysia Securities Reprimands, Fines and Suspends Lo Ling for Misconducts and Violation of Rules… https://t.co/Gq5VpQ9rjd
06
May
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands WINTONI Group Berhad (in Liquidation), the Liquidator and Fines 7 For… https://t.co/eHDJP76eIG
06
May
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands Perak Corporation Berhad and Its Directors and Fines 7 Directors… https://t.co/b3kBS99rmP
06
May
Bursa Malaysia’s Technology Drive: Making the First Step Into Blockchain-powered Securities Borrowing and Lending… https://t.co/UWgwV2WHtz
03
May
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands Kinsteel Berhad [in Liquidation] and Its Directors and Fines 4 Direct… https://t.co/ruxYN7VbW7
29
Apr
Change of Name: Aturmaju Resources Berhad to ARB Berhad https://t.co/Mz14Ev8cMs https://t.co/NLU97atADk
29
Apr
Bursa Malaysia Announces Rm46.9 Million Profit After Tax and Minority Interest for the First Quarter of 2019… https://t.co/Sv8vJbahTY
29
Apr
Quarterly Rpt On Consolidated Results For The Financial Period Ended 31/03/2019: Apr 29… https://t.co/DLW7vRSpMu
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SE Asia Stocks-Most drop on signals of smaller U.S. rate cut
22 July 2019
source: reuters.com
    * Philippines leads losses in regional market 
    * Indonesian shares drop most in nearly two weeks 
    * Thai shares drop after data shows decline in exports 

    By Anushka Trivedi
    July 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets
started the week on the backfoot with Philippines leading the
declines, as investors pulled money out of risky assets due to
reduced odds of a double-barrelled U.S. interest rate cut later
this month.
    Equities worldwide benefited last week from New York Fed
President's dovish comments that hinted at a half-point rate cut
this month, but hopes were thwarted when his speech was recanted
and qualified as "academic" rather than a policy suggestion.
    Wall Street Journal's report on Friday that the U.S. Federal
Reserve was likely to cut rates by 25 bps dashed expectations
further.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N24K3LY
    Markets "will likely trade with a more risk cynical bent
this week as the less dovish Fed narrative continues to sink in"
said Stephen Innes, managing partner at Vanguard Markets, in a
note.
    Leading the declines, Philippine shares  .PSI  posted their
sharpest intraday drop in over three weeks, dented by financials
and utility stocks. The biggest laggards in the index - Bank of
the Philippine Islands  BPI.PS  and power generator Aboitiz
Equity Ventures Inc  AEV.PS  lost more than 2% each.
    The Singapore index  .STI  also edged lower, with real
estate giant Capitaland Mall Trust  CMLT.SI  falling 1.5% and
lender United Overseas Bank Ltd  UOBH.SI  shedding 1.1%. 
    Indonesian shares  .JKSE  dropped most in nearly two weeks
with losses being dominated by consumer stocks. 
    Unilever Indonesia Tbk PT  UNVR.JK  dropped 1.3%, while the
country's second-largest cement maker Indocement Tunggal
Prakarsa Tbk PT  INTP.JK  shed 1.4%.
    Meanwhile, Thai shares  .SETI  dipped shortly after data
showed the country's customs-cleared exports declined for a
fourth straight month in June, down 2.15% from a year earlier,
while imports also contracted for the period.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nB7N201010
    Losses mainly stemmed from the industrial sector as Bangkok
Expressway and Metro PCL  BEM.BK  subsided 2.7%, while Airports
of Thailand PCL  AOT.BK  traded 1% lower. 
    Malaysian shares  .KLSE  shed previous session's gains to
edge 0.3% lower as losses in telco and financial sectors
weighed. Telecom services provider Maxis Bhd  MXSC.KL  skid
1.2%, while lender CIMB Group Holdings Bhd  CIMB.KL  declined
1%.     
    Bucking the trend, the Vietnam benchmark index  .VNI  edged
a tick higher.
    
For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA  

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS AS AT 0435 GMT
    
 Market                 Current   Previous close  Pct Move
 Singapore              3357.37   3377.96         -0.61
 Bangkok                1730.59   1735.1          -0.26
 Manila                 8212.49   8270.07         -0.70
 Jakarta                6431.791  6456.539        -0.38
 Kuala Lumpur           1652.63   1658.19         -0.34
 Ho Chi Minh            983.05    982.34           0.07
                                                  
 Change so far in 2019                            
 Market                 Current   End 2018        Pct Move
 Singapore              3357.37   3068.76         9.40
 Bangkok                1730.59   1563.88         10.66
 Manila                 8212.49   7,466.02        10.00
 Jakarta                6431.791  6,194.50        3.83
 Kuala Lumpur           1652.63   1690.58         -2.24
 Ho Chi Minh            983.05    892.54          10.14
 
 (Reporting by Anushka Trivedi in Bengaluru, Editing by Sherry
Jacob-Phillips)
 ((Anushka.Trivedi@thomsonreuters.com; +918067491413; Reuters
Messaging: anushka.trivedi.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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