Thursday, November 3, 2011

Blue chips in the red in early trade

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 3): Blue chips fell in early trade on Thursday, as sentiment continued to stay cautious in line with regional markets despite the firmer overnight close on Wall Street.

At 9.10am, the FBM KLCI was down 7.28 points to 1,463.67, extending its losses for the third consecutive day. Turnover was 183.34 million shares valued at RM71.31 million. Losers led gainers 108 to 99 while 151 counters were unchanged.

DiGi fell the most, down 30 sen to Rm32, HLFG 26 sen tp RM11.68, PetGas 14 sen to RM12.96 while Sime and Tenaga gave up eight sen each to RM8.70 and RM5.78.

Maybank, CIMB and AirAsia fell five sen each to RM8.23, RM7.26 and RM3.80 while Genting retreated four sen to RM10.22.

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