MIDF Research pointed out retailers’ buying appetite shifted from mild profit taking behaviour as seen a fortnight ago. KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors remained net sellers on Bursa Malaysia in the week ended Dec 4 at RM615.5mil and year-to-date, the total amount was RM24.4bil, according to MIDF Research said. The research house said on Monday, the net selling by foreign funds had been offsent by local retail investors, who were net buyers at RM442.6mil. Since January, their net buying amounted to RM12.4bil. Joining in to support the local equities market were local institutions, which were net buyers at RM173mil. Year-to-date, local funds were net buyers at RM11.3bil. MIDF Research pointed out retailers’ buying appetite shifted from mild profit taking behaviour as seen a fortnight ago. “Hence, last week, retailers net buying bounced higher at RM442.5mil compared with the preceding week of smaller recovery at RM163.8mil, ” it said. MIDF Research said Hartalega had the highest net money inflow of RM6.86mil last week. Its share price closed up 0.41% higher for the week, underperforming the FBM KLCI’s 0.89% weekly increase. Public Bank recorded the second highest net money inflow of RM4.78mil. Its share price was unchanged during the week. Tenaga saw the third highest net money inflow of RM4.26mil and its share price gained 2.05% higher during the week. However, CIMB saw the largest net money outflow of -RM2.60m last week. Its stock price was +1.83% higher for the week. Genting Malaysia recorded the second largest net money outflow at RM2.54mil during the week under review. Its share price was +1.19% higher during the week. MY EG had the third largest net money outflow of -RM1.76mil though its share price climbed 11.73% higher during the week under review.
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