BURSA MALAYSIA

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Last Price
1,777
09:05 GMT / 22 JUN 2017
Value Change [%]
1.86
[ 0.10 %]
Open
1,777
Day's High
1,779
Year's High
1,797
Previous Close
1,776
Day's Low
1,775
Year's Low
1,612
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22
Jun
New Admission into Practice Note 17 – Berjaya Media Berhad https://t.co/7wG4KzoRU2 https://t.co/2UYMfNZMcX
21
Jun
Change of Name: Raya International Berhad to Straits Inter Logistics Berhad https://t.co/ThIpRrO43h https://t.co/dWSvEW1A3P
20
Jun
Bursa Malaysia Securities Publicly Reprimands Lay Hong Berhad and Fines Its Directors a Total of RM750,000… https://t.co/cU2ABgpPAK
20
Jun
Bursa Malaysia-i Welcomes Inter-Pacific Securities Sdn Bhd as Islamic Participating Organisation… https://t.co/CamcLgnslk
19
Jun
Cessation of Unusual Market Activity Media Releases https://t.co/0E8zI3icxk https://t.co/xGxNI6nGDD
19
Jun
Closure of Bursa Malaysia In Conjunction with Hari Raya Aidilfitri https://t.co/Kz000M72Ua https://t.co/CM54ufdBxp
15
Jun
Bursa Malaysia Announces Listing Requirements and Rules for New LEAP Market https://t.co/q8CEX1QniU https://t.co/56CfhxpkAN
14
Jun
FTSE4Good Bursa Malaysia June 2017 Semi-Annual Review https://t.co/lJ4M8880Y8 https://t.co/vFtaVrakaL
13
Jun
Sector Update: Sunway Berhad https://t.co/pNn8g7izRT https://t.co/kQHqCnTNSb
09
Jun
Change of Name: Farm’s Best Berhad to Sinmah Capital Berhad https://t.co/CtAHHnwcSg https://t.co/xQEqaSP9bU
09
Jun
Bursa Malaysia has issued an Unusual Market Activity query to JF TECHNOLOGY BERHAD (JFTECH, 0146)… https://t.co/t3AxqrpQtB
07
Jun
Closure of Bursa Malaysia In Conjunction with Nuzul Al-Quran https://t.co/jegbyUNcj4 https://t.co/xP4UFl97L3
05
Jun
Bursa Malaysia Wins Three Awards At The Global Banking & Finance Review Awards 2017 https://t.co/7hyAAXQOvx https://t.co/6v80QsWxj7
02
Jun
FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI June Semi-Annual Review https://t.co/ovkgrClbMd https://t.co/eifuOo6SJE
01
Jun
Bursa Malaysia-i Welcomes Ta Securities Holdings Berhad As An Islamic Participating Organisation… https://t.co/0ElSOSCwFb
31
May
RT @BursaMKTPLC: NEW indices: The FTSE Bursa Msia MidS Cap Index & the FTSE Bursa Msia Cap Shariah Index! Find them here https://t.co/E4zHF…
25
May
RT @TJ_Atan: #BursaMids launched to benefit Msian investors! Discover potential investments in Mid & Small Cap here https://t.co/X2kYYfBPVi…
25
May
MidS Research Scheme to Spur Vibrancy of Mid and Small-Cap PLCs, Enhancing Investor Interest https://t.co/TsYhs4gcnm https://t.co/ECnGV9WNGi
25
May
RT @BursaMKTPLC: Introducing new indices: The FTSE Bursa Msia MidS Cap Index & the FTSE Bursa Msia Cap Shariah Index! #BursaMidS https://…
25
May
Bursa MidS is here to help unlock opportunities into Mid & Small Cap investment. Visit https://t.co/VOjw5dW5xp toda… https://t.co/9QjllH7nMa
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19 May 2017 - reuters.com
SE Asia Stocks-Singapore, Thailand lead gains; oil price slide weighs
22 June 2017
source: reuters.com
    By Nicole Pinto 
    June 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Thursday, led 
by gains in Singapore and Thailand, but a slide in oil prices to multi-month 
lows kept investors on edge. 
    Singapore shares  .STI  rose 0.4 percent, with financials contributing most 
of the gains, while Thai shares  .SETI  advanced 0.3 percent after data showed 
customs-cleared exports in May rose at its fastest pace in 52 months, handily 
beating expectations.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nB7N1H002I  
    An official at the Thai commerce ministry expressed confidence in achieving 
its 2017 export growth target of 5 percent, after exports climbed 13.2 percent 
in May from a year earlier after April's 8.5 percent increase. 
    However, caution prevailed in Southeast Asia amid weak oil prices as traders 
assessed a glut of physical supply that has persisted despite OPEC-led efforts 
to balance the market.  O/R  
    Philippine shares  .PSI  closed 0.4 lower percent after falling as much as  
0.7 percent earlier in the day.  
    The Philippine central bank said after market close that it would leave its 
key overnight borrowing rate steady at 3.0 percent, as expected.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nP9N12E039 
    However, the central bank cut its inflation forecast for this year to an 
average of 3.1 percent in 2017 from 3.4 percent.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nP9N12E03A 
    The real estate and industrial sectors accounted for most of the losses, 
with Ayala Land  ALI.PS  and SM Investment  SM.PS  losing 1.2 percent and 0.8 
percent, respectively.      
    Malaysian shares  .KLSE  closed 0.1 percent higher after falling for three 
straight sessions.  
    Genting Bhd  GENT.KL  gained 1.9 percent and IHH Healthcare Bhd  IHHH.KL  
gained 1.5 percent.  
    Indonesian shares gained 0.2 percent. The country's financial markets will 
be shut on Friday and throughout next week on account of public holidays. 
 ID/HOLIDAY  
     
For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA   
 
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS: 
  Change on the                                       
 day                                          
  Market          Current       Previous     Pct Move 
                                Close         
  Singapore       3215.55       3201.77      0.43 
  Bangkok         1580.91       1577.01      0.25 
  Manila          7858.34       7886.37      -0.36 
  Jakarta         5829.708      5818.552     0.19 
  Kuala Lumpur    1777.43       1775.57      0.10 
 Ho Chi Minh      766.3         767.41       -0.14 
                                              
  Change so far                               
 this year                                    
  Market          Current       End 2016     Pct Move 
  Singapore       3215.55       2880.76      11.62 
  Bangkok         1580.91       1542.94      2.46 
  Manila          7858.34       6840.64      14.9  
  Jakarta         5829.708      5296.711     10.06 
  Kuala Lumpur    1777.43       1641.73      8.27 
 Ho Chi Minh      766.3         664.87       15.3 
  
 (Reporting by Nicole Pinto; Editing by Amrutha Gayathri) 
 ((nicole.pinto@thomsonreuters.com ; +91-80-6749-7672; Reuters Messaging: 
nicole.pinto.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)) 
 
Keywords: SOUTHEAST ASIA STOCKS/ 
     
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