KUALA LUMPUR: Trading volume on Bursa Malaysia rose to a two-week high of 14.21 billion shares on Friday, driven by heavy churning in Yong Tai, HWGB and Metronic Global. At 5pm, the FBM KLCI was down 6.41 points or 0.39% to 1,621.85. Turnover was 14.21 billion shares valued at RM6.75bil. The broader market was slightly weaker with 731 losers to 580 gainers and 429 counters unchanged. Bloomberg data showed Friday's trading volume was highest since Nov 18's 14.41 billion shares. Melaka property developer Yong Tai jumped seven sen to 36.5 sen with 873.28 billion shares, Metronic Global 1.5 sen higher at 13.5 sen with 716.80 million shares and HWGB climbed 3.5 sen to 88 sen with 542 million units done. However, among the blue chips, Maybank's 10 sen decline to RM8.20 erased 1.72 points from the KLCI, Hong Leong Bank lost 20 sen to RM18.10 and RHB Bank nine sen to RM5.56. CIMB rose six sen to RM3.77 while Public Bank was flat at RM18.60. US light crude oil ralied 88 sen to US$46.52 and Brent added 95 cents to US$49.66,
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