KUALA LUMPUR: Glove makers climbed in early trade on Wednesday and provided a lift to Bursa Malaysia but some selling of Maybank weighed on the FBM KLCI. At 9.10am, the KLCI was down 1.37 points or 0.08% to 1,633.62. Turnover was 610.84 million shares valued at RM222.35mil. There were 312 gainers, 188 losers and 354 counters unchanged. Rakuten Trade expects the benchmark index to test its immediate support of 1,630 on Wednesday. However, the extension of vehicle sales tax exemption by another six months may induce some buying interest in auto stocks with DRB Hicom as its favourite. At Bursa on Tuesday, foreign funds resumed their selling, with net selling at RM43.3mil and local institutions net sellers also at RM61.4mil but the selling was well absorbed by local retail investors who were net buyers at RM104.7mil. Supermax rose 16 sen to RM6.22, Hartalega 14 sen to RM12.08, Kossan 13 sen to RM4.83 and Comfort nine sen to RM3.05. Toyo Ventures hit limit-up, climbing 30 sen to RM1 and its warrants surged by 26.5 sen to 46 sen after it finally executed the build, operate and transfer (BOT) contract with Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade. The contract was to build the US$3.23bil Song Hau 2 thermal power plant project, which was first announced in 2008. Allianz’s surprise dividend saw its shares climb 26 sen to RM14.78. Maybank fell six sen to RM8.52 and MAHB 12 sen to RM5.81. KL Kepong lost 40 sen to RM23.80. On the external front, Bloomberg reported Asian stocks slipped after US equities pulled back from record highs on fading prospects for bigger government aid checks to individuals. The dollar weakened. Shares retreated in Japan, Australia and South Korea. S&P 500 futures fluctuated after the benchmark closed with a modest decline, while an index of US small cap shares tumbled almost 2%.
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