KUALA LUMPUR: Market sentiment stayed weak on Wednesday as investors remained anxious over domestic economic growth, the Melaka state elections and global inflation data scheduled for release later this week.Malaysia's 3Q gross domestic growth result is due out this Friday, which would reveal the impact of the lockdown measures implemented in that quarter to the economy. The ongoing Melaka state elections are also adding to political uncertainty, which gives investors more reason to stay to the sidelines.Meanwhile, US investors were showed to be on tenterhooks ahead of the country's consumer price index, which would provide more indication as to the country's rate of inflation. Major Wall Street indices retreated overnight, weighing down on global sentiment.Bursa Malaysia has been on a decline since the announcement of the one-off special tax on high-income companies in Budget 2022, which triggered heavy selling on the FBM KLCI.This trend is expected to continue over the short-term although Malacca Securities Research maintains that bargain-hunting could set in following the end of the Melaka state elections later this month."We believe the bashed-down counters could be a sweet spot for bargain-hunting activities especially counters with solid earnings prospects," it said in a note.At 9.10am, the benchmark index was down 1.01 points to 1,523.02. Most blue-chip counters edged lower including Petronas Chemicals, down five sen to RM8.2.Banks remained wobbly with CIMB slipping three sen to RM4.99, Public Bank losing one sen to RM4.02 and Hong Leong Bank dropping 10 sen to RM18.Plantations were also on the slide with IOI falling two sen to RM3.79 and Sime Darby Plantation dropping three sen to RM4.Top actives on the broader market included Eduspec, which was unchanged at 1.5 sen, KNM down 0.5 sen to 20 sen and Bintai Kinden up three sen to 39 sen.aws账号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.