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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI remained in negative territory at midday in tandem with regional markets after the steep sell-off on Wall Street overnight.
At 12.30pm, the FBM KLCI fell 16.77 points, or 1.07% to 1,552.74 amid a broad-based sell-off. It opened 4.28 points easier at 1,565.23 this morning.
Sellers led buyers by 802 to 138, while 304 counters traded unchanged. Volume stood at 2.11 billion shares, valued at RM1.58bil.
Overnight, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.49%, to end at 36,113.62, the S&P 500 lost 1.42% to end at 4,659.03 and the Nasdaq Composite shed 2.51% to end at 14,806.81.
Dealers said investors were spooked by hawkish interest rate comments by the US Federal Reserve.
Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd believes the local bourse to see some headwinds today amid the heightened regional volatility.
“Therefore, we expect the index to hover around the 1,560-1,575 range today as market undertone may become cautious,” it added.
Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd said it expected market sentiment on the local front to remain cautious as the rally on Wall Street faded.
"Investors are still digesting and are uncertain on the pace of the potential interest rate hikes in the United States (US).
“Commodity-wise, both crude palm oil and crude oil price saw a mild retreat but remained firm on the uptrend cycle on the back of expectations over stronger demand under the recovery environment,” it said.
On Bursa Malaysia, Hong Leong Financial Group rose 24 sen to RM18.80, Complete Logistics added 19 sen to RM3.05 and KLCCP Stapled climbed nine sen to RM6.51.
MPI tumbled RM3.80 to RM43, Vitrox lost RM1.52 to RM16.90, Sam Engineering shed RM1.08 to RM20.80 and Panasonic Manufacturing fell 66 sen to RM29.12.
AirAsia, the most active counter on Bursa Malaysia, fell 14.77%, or 11 sen to 63.5 sen with 290.8 million shares done.
Maybank and Public Bank lost three sen each to RM8.47 and RM4.21 respectively. CIMB fell six sen to RM5.53, Hong Leong Bank declined six sen to RM19.94 and RHB Bank shed four sen to RM5.85.