BURSA MALAYSIA

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Last Price
1,673
09:05 GMT / 16 JAN 2019
Value Change [%]
-6.34
[ -0.38 %]
Open
1,676
Day's High
1,676
Year's High
1,896
Previous Close
1,679
Day's Low
1,668
Year's Low
1,627
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BursaMalaysiaKL
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16
Jan
Change of Name From Mexter Technology Berhad to LYC Healthcare Berhad https://t.co/5YwPqYOkQC https://t.co/kNXt3LjWSr
15
Jan
RT @TJ_Atan: Congratulations to the Board & Management of Uni Wall APS Bhd for being our 3rd IPO to be listed on Bursa and the 1st IPO to b…
14
Jan
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in Conjunction With Thaipusam https://t.co/iAOImhF7Z0 https://t.co/L7XPx7aFnu
09
Jan
Sector Update: ATA IMS Berhad (Formerly known as Denko Industrial Corporation Berhad) https://t.co/ovAv4NzVMS https://t.co/Plq8drQdmV
09
Jan
RT @TJ_Atan: What a great start to 2019 as we welcome Gagasan Nadi Cergas Bhd as the 2nd IPO listed on Bursa's ACE Market today. Congratu…
07
Jan
RT @TJ_Atan: This morning we welcome our very first listing of 2019. Congratulations to DPI Holdings Berhad for its successful listing on B…
06
Jan
RT @TJ_Atan: Wrapped up of the Marketplace Fair @ Penang with the presence of CM YAB @chowkonyeow. Thank you YAB, for welcoming @bursamalay…
05
Jan
RT @TJ_Atan: Kicking off the year with The Marketplace Fair @ Penang promoting financial literacy further thru our Retail Invest Year natio…
03
Jan
Change of Name From Mi Equipment Holdings Berhad to MI Technovation Berhad https://t.co/mYmooCKa80 https://t.co/7L7PY9Q4yu
03
Jan
Change of Name From Mi Equipment Holdings Berhad to MI Technovation Berhad https://t.co/mYmooCKa80 https://t.co/LmAj09HAcC
03
Jan
Bursa Malaysia Brings the Marketplace to Penang https://t.co/T9ujJGaIvs https://t.co/2QYFt2Gtli
26
Dec
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in Conjunction With New Year 2019 Celebration https://t.co/Duj8aUTbTH https://t.co/cLBo3pl3xA
26
Dec
Change of Name: Asia Knight Berhad to RGT Berhad https://t.co/ORGI3tECVz https://t.co/WEtJGQ5nNA
24
Dec
Change In Boardroom - Madam Chong Chye Neo: Dec 21, 2018 - Change In Boardroom - Madam… https://t.co/jxZvA2rRRM
21
Dec
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! https://t.co/1ivnTv1w3c
21
Dec
Bursa Malaysia Berhad Announces Appointment of New Independent Non-executive Director https://t.co/QT1P30GHyR https://t.co/2hwPd6SBxG
20
Dec
Change In Boardroom - Datuk Seri Tajuddin Bin Atan: Dec 19, 2018 - Change In Boardroom… https://t.co/9EtT7AgtYM
20
Dec
Change In Boardroom - Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift: Dec 19, 2018 - Change In Boardroom - Datuk… https://t.co/OgDmhZP5TC
19
Dec
Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift Appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Bursa Malaysia https://t.co/1YrYuG3CnL https://t.co/v5pzqvhoQL
19
Dec
Closure of Bursa Malaysia in Conjunction With Christmas Celebration https://t.co/azGlJXQpRr https://t.co/AuiNXk2yPV
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28 December 2018 - reuters.com
SE Asia Stocks-Philippines slumps nearly 2 pct, most in 10 weeks
16 January 2019
source: reuters.com
    * SM Prime, Ayala top drags in Philippines
    * Singapore rises for 8th session in nine

    By Shreya Mariam Job
    Jan 16 (Reuters) - Philippine shares fell the most in 10
weeks on Wednesday, dragged by real estate stocks, while most
other Southeast Asian markets were subdued as investors turned
apprehensive on how aggressive China needs to be in policies to
help its economy recover.
    The key Philippine stock index  .PSI  closed 1.9 percent
lower, with losses concentrated in the real estate sector as SM
Prime Holdings Inc  SMPH.PS , the country's biggest property
firm by market capitalisation, slumped on a report that one of
its reclamation projects may be shelved.
    The secretary of the Department of Interior and Local
Government said the reclamation projects in the Manila Bay
should be scrapped for the area's rehabilitation, GMA Network
reported https://bit.ly/2AP69IN.
    In 2013, the group signed a 54.5 billion pesos ($1.04
billion) joint venture agreement with the Pasay City government
to reclaim 300 hectares of land in the Manila Bay area.
    The project comprised a majority of the group's expected
reclamation and is the reason behind the stock's plunge, said
Charles William Ang, an analyst with COL Financial Inc.
    Shares of SM Prime fell 6.9 percent to a two-week closing
low in heavy trade. Over 45.5 million shares changed hands, 3.3
times the 30-day average.
    Ayala Corp  AC.PS , another index heavyweight, sank 5.3
percent to a two-week closing low after Mitsubishi sold 13
million shares of the company at a 7.3 percent discount to
Tuesday's close.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL3N1ZG2A1
    "I think the drop in the index is because of them. So, it is
more company-specific than anything in the economy," Charles
added.
    Meanwhile, China's central bank injected a record $83
billion into the country's financial system, seeking to avoid a
cash crunch that would put further pressure on the weakening
economy.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL3N1ZG1DF
    With rising uncertainty over the ailing economy, most stock
markets in the region remained rangebound as investors adopted a
wait-and-watch approach. 
    Malaysian shares  .KLSE  fell 0.4 percent, weighed down by
financial and utility stocks. Public Bank Bhd  PUBM.KL  shed 1.1
percent, while Tenaga Nasional Bhd  TENA.KL  dropped 1.9
percent.    
    Singapore shares  .STI  closed higher for an eighth session
in nine, helped by financial and consumer non-cyclical stocks. 
    Thai Beverage Pcl  TBEV.SI  gained 2.1 percent, while DBS
Group Holdings Ltd  DBSM.SI  firmed 0.6 percent.  
    
    For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA  

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS
 Change on the day                               
 Market                 Current  Previous close  Pct Move
 Singapore              3229.11  3212.3          0.52
 Bangkok                1577.41  1577            0.03
 Manila                 7864.7   8013.42         -1.86
 Jakarta                6413.36  6408.784        0.07
 Kuala Lumpur           1673.08  1679.42         -0.38
 Ho Chi Minh            908.7    909.68          -0.11
                                                 
 Change so far in 2019                           
 Market                 Current  End 2018        Pct Move
 Singapore              3229.11  3068.76         5.23
 Bangkok                1577.41  1563.88         0.87
 Manila                 7864.7   7,466.02        5.34
 Jakarta                6413.36  6,194.50        3.53
 Kuala Lumpur           1673.08  1690.58         -1.04
 Ho Chi Minh            908.7    892.54          1.81
 ($1 = 52.2300 Philippine pesos)

 (Reporting by Shreya Mariam Job in Bengaluru; Editing by
Subhranshu Sahu)
 ((ShreyaMariam.Job@thomsonreuters.com; +918067496338; Reuters
Messaging: ShreyaMariam.Job.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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