Thursday, July 22, 2010

KLCI opens on negative note

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian equities benchmark began on a negative note this morning with a 2.28 point drop to 1,338.74 at 9am.

At 9.04am, The FBM KLCI erased some losses to trade slightly higher at 1,339.08. Across the exchange, a total of 30.58 million shares worth RM19.12 million changed hands.

Most active was newly-listed Tatt Giap Group Bhd whose shares added two sen to 60 sen compared to its offer price of 58 sen per share. Top gainer Kulim (Malaysia) Bhd rose 12 sen to RM7.88.

Top decliners included RHB Capital and Tanjong, whose shares fell 10 sen each to RM6.15 and 17.80 sen respectively.

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