US President Donald Trump's 25% tariff on Chinese goods causes jitters on Bursa Malaysia.
Macquarie expects similar developments to happen with MRT 3 and the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur high-speed rail project, as well as in the telecom sector.
The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index is down 14% from a record in May 2018.
Malaysian stocks stumble as key Asian markets head north.
This was against an inflow of RM90.18 million last week.
Losers led gainers 83 to 76, while 150 counters remained unchanged, 1,593 untraded and 20 others suspended.
Gainers led losers 180 to 155, while 227 counters remained unchanged, 1,316 untraded and 20 others suspended.
Losers led gainers 117 to 78, while 128 counters remained unchanged.
Gainers and losers were equal at 435 while 361 counters were unchanged, 633 untraded and 24 others suspended.
Gainers led losers 436 to 364 while 337 counters were unchanged, 727 untraded and 24 others suspended..
Market breadth was positive with gainers overwhelming losers 677 to 258.
Gainers led losers 614 to 242 while 288 counters were unchanged, 720 untraded and 23 others were suspended.
Market breadth was negative with losers outnumbering gainers 404 to 366.
Gainers trounced losers 556 to 276 while 285 counters were unchanged.
Market breadth was positive with 492 gainers and 349 losers.
Losers led gainers 366 to 350 while 333 counters were unchanged.
Both gainers and losers were matched at 366 respectively, while 379 counters were unchanged.
Gainers led losers 317 to 322 while 358 counters were unchanged.
There were 532 losers outpacing 256 gainers, while 297 counters were unchanged, 772 untraded and 20 others suspended.
Market breadth was negative with 507 losers to 209 gainers.
There were 429 gainers outpacing 361 losers, while 355 counters were unchanged.
Market breadth was positive with 415 losers to 254 gainers, while 318 counters were unchanged.
Market breadth was positive with 385 gainers outpacing 343 losers.
Turnover stood at 917.72 million shares worth RM561.63 million.