The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI drops below the psychological support level of 1,590 as major economies continue to experience a slowdown.
Bursa opens higher as investors expect Bank Negara’s overnight policy rate (OPR) to stay ahead of today’s monetary policy meeting.
Bursa Malaysia opens lower today, as investors begin to evaluate their position on the overbought key index and that of most global indices.
Bursa Malaysia is likely to stage a rebound next week on bullish sentiment, says Phillip Capital Management .
Shares on Bursa Malaysia which were lower in early trade continued to consolidate as FBM KLCI stayed in overbought level ahead of the upcoming G20 meeting between Trump and Xi.
Shares on Bursa Malaysia fall in early trade in line with regional and US stocks performance amid lack of catalysts on the local front.
Bursa Malaysia opens in the red after profit-taking snapped the previous week's rally.
Bursa Malaysia remains mixed at the opening for the second consecutive day, amid higher crude oil prices and a stronger ringgit.
Shares on Bursa Malaysia are higher at the opening thanks to positive overnight developments on US-China trade front.
The Malaysian stock exchange trends lower at mid-morning, pressured by selling in heavyweight stocks, led by Tenaga and IHH Healthcare.
Expert sees re-emergence of banking and manufacturing stocks with ratings upgrade by HSBC and UBS.
US President Donald Trump's 25% tariff on Chinese goods causes jitters on Bursa Malaysia.
The shares of Johor cocoa bean processor Guan Chong Bhd have soared more than 170% in the past year.
The authorities must monitor the listed companies to prevent them from indulging in excessive corporate abuse for the benefit of controlling shareholders.
DWL Resources Berhad and Gadang Engineering Sdn Bhd are to work together to submit tenders for infrastructure projects.
In a research note, Maybank Investment Bank said bargain hunting would likely to continue, particularly in recently beaten down stocks.
One-two punch turns the ringgit into Asia’s worst performer this month.
The IMF trimmed global 2019 gross domestic product growth to 3.3 per cent from its previous forecast of 3.5% made in January this year.
Malaysian stocks stumble as key Asian markets head north.
The media group agreed to sell the buildings to Magna Mahsuri Sdn Bhd.
Many investors are affected by the US-China trade war, Public Investment Bank said the S&P 500 notched up its longest losing streak of 2019.
The index opens 4.88 points lower at 1,688.51.
The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) risess 11.32 points to 1,694.85 from last Friday's close of 1,683.53.
Market was buoyed by signs of progress in US-China trade talks.