KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips fell in early Thursday trade as investors took profit after the several days of firm gains but again the broader market displayed resilience as foreign funds have been net buyers most of the week. At 9.12am, the FBM KLCI fell 7.97 points or 0.49% to 1,631.86. Turnover was 926.53 million shares valued at RM393.75mil. Advancers led decliners 363 to 242 while 369 counters were unchanged. Asia stocks open mixed as the rotation into value shares resumed in the US Treasury yields were steady after a tame inflation report, and the dollar held a retreat, Bloomberg reported. Japan was little changed, while Australia’s benchmark dipped and South Korea’s rose. US contracts gained after the S&P 500 rose for a second day, led by financial and materials shares. Tech stocks gave back some of their recovery rally. Oil advanced in early Asian trading after US government data showed another large draw in gasoline stockpiles amid rising demand. Futures in New York climbed toward $65 a barrel after snapping two days of losses on Wednesday. On Bursa Malaysia, TA Securities Research said given the resurgent buying momentum, stocks should sustain the current uptrend, specifically in sectors benefitting the most from economic reopening, while tech stocks rebound from recent oversold levels. “Subsequent profit-taking hurdles onthe index are at 1,660 and 1,680, with significant resistance seen from last December peak of 1,695. “Key chart supports will be at 1,600, followed by the 100-day and200-day moving averages at 1,587 and 1,560, respectively, ” it said. At Bursa on Wednesday, foreign funds were net buyers at RM186.6mil and local retail investors at RM4.8mil while local institutions were net sellers at RM191.4mil. MPI fell the most in volatile trade on profit taking, sending the chip maker down 90 sen to RM34.64, Pentamaster 11 sen to RM5.28, Unisem nine sen to RM7.47 while ATAIMS and Dufu lost eight sen each to RM2.62 and RM3.25. However, Kobay gained 13 sen to RM4.80, Vitrox 12 sen to RM14.24 and Genetec 11 sen to RM6.01. Dataprep tumbled to a low of RM2.65 after Bursa Securities advised investors to be cautious. Other decliners were Nestle, down 40 sen to RM136.50, KL Kepong 10 sen to RM23.12, Westports eight sen to RM4.32 and D&O seven sen lower at RM3.68.
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