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Weak sentiment continues to weigh on KLCI at midday

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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended broadly lower at midday, as 15th general election jitters and recession pessimism weighed on investor sentiment.

At the lunch break, the 30-stock index was 7.04 points or 0.51% lower at 1,379.78 after moving between 1,391.47and 1,376.54 throughout the morning session.

The overall market breadth was negative with losers overtaking gainers 500 to 212, while 339 counters were unchanged.

Malacca Securities reckoned the local bourse would likely to stay negative bias at this juncture without any fresh catalysts as global investors remained cautious ahead of the US inflation data on Oct 13.

Commodities-wise, it said the crude oil traded above US$94 per barrel mark, while the CPO price hovered slightly below RM3,750.

Hong Leong Investment Bank Research expects further downward consolidation in the short term, with key supports pegged at 1,334-1,348-1,363 zones.

“Any residual strength from an oversold rebound is likely to be capped nearby 1,404-1,430-1,454 levels,” it added.

Among the heavyweights, Maybank added seven sen to RM8.51, Public Bank rose four sen to RM4.24 and CIMB climbed two sen to RM5.31.

Top Glove gained 1.5 sen to 64 sen while Hartalega rose three sen to RM1.70.

PETRONAS Dagangan shed 34 sen to RM20.06, Sime Darby Plantation fell 13 sen to RM3.89, Axiata lost 11 sen to RM2.47 and Hong Leong Financial Group eased 10 sen to RM18.40.

On the broader market, Malaysian Pacific Industries lost 74 sen to RM26.36, UWC eased 40 sen to RM3.54 and Vitrox fell 34 sen to RM6.83.

Kluang Rubber Company jumped 25 sen to RM4, Riverview Rubber Estates added 23 sen to RM3.60 and Hextar Technologies rose 16 sen to RM5.80.


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