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KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed lower on Monday, with Hong Leong Bank and Petronas Chemicals weighing on the FBM KLCI while the broader market was mixed as investors remained cautious following the weaker key Asian markets.
At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 2.01 points or 0.13% to 1,522.47. Turnover was 3.90 billion shares valued at RM2.79bil. There were 482 gainers, 517 losers and 443 counters unchanged.
HLBank fell 32 sen to RM18.78, Hap Seng 11 sen to RM7.79, Petronas Chemicals nine sen to RM8.65, MR DIY six sen to RM3.74 and Petronas Dagangan six sen also to RM18.92.
Other decliners were IHH, Digi and Top Glove, which fell five sen each to RM6.60, RM4.35 and RM2.65 respectively while Sime Plantation shed three sen to RM3.61.
The gainers were KLK, up 10 sen to RM19.98, MISC and Press Metal added eight sen each to RM6.91 and RM5.73 while RHB Bank and PetGas ended the day four sen higher at RM5.53 and RM16.90.
GentingM rose three sen to RM3.02 and Genting two sen to RM4.99 on hopes of the opening up for travel.
Tenaga addded three sen to RM9.63 and Sime Darby two sen to RM2.28.
Opcom was the most active, adding 17 sen to RM1.28, KNM two sen higher at 23.5 sen and CTOS five sen lower RM1.87. AirAsia jumped 12 sen to RM1.13 on hopes on a strong revival in air travel when the herd vaccination is achieved.
However, tech related stocks continued to shine, with PMB Tech jumping RM2.30 to RM13.70, PMB Tech-WA RM1.91 to RM10.50 and PMB Tech-LA RM1.90 to RM13.30. MPI added 30 sen to RM44.80.
Stronger earnings by Aeon Credit saw its share price add 28 sen to RM12.88.
Bernama quoted Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice-president of equity research Thong Pak Leng as saying local equities ended marginally lower as the market lacked major positive domestic cues to withstand the negative pressure from global markets.
He said key regional markets closed mixed as investors were cautious about the US debt ceiling crisis along with an uptick in yields while continued worries over the Chinese economy also added pressure on Asian equities.
"The local market performed weaker-than-expected as the inflow of foreign funds seems to have declined.
"We believe external uncertainties to be the main reason for the weak market undertone plaguing the domestic market amid the heightened volatility,” he told Bernama.
In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng Index closed 2.19% lower at 24,036.37, while the China Enterprises Index lost 2.35% to 8,521.19.
The index was dragged by healthcare stocks, but investors were closely watching beleaguered developer China Evergrande, whose shares were suspended ahead of an announcement about a major transaction.