For this week, there is nothing new about Malaysia’s FBMKLCI index. Still consolidating, support  isstill holding up at around 1,752.

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What is more puzzling is that FBMKLCI has lagged behind our regional neighbours in terms of YTD performance:

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One may wonder what may have caused the relative divergence in performance.

The recent drop in the Malaysian stock market may be attributable to recent sell-out by foreign investors (see: https://asia.nikkei.com/Markets/Nikkei-Markets/ASIA-MARKETS-Singapore-Stocks-Rise-To-Highest-In-2-Months-Malaysian-Equities-Fall).

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