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apple developer:Late selling pushes KLCI deeper into the red on last trading day of 2020


A screen shot from HLE Broking website shows the late selling pressure on the KLCI. KUALA LUMPUR: Selling pressure picked up pace on blue chips including IHH Healthcare, Maybank and Sime Darby Plantation late Thursday – the last trading day of the Covid-19 ridden 2020 – and pushed the key FBM KLCI into the red. At 5pm, the KLCI was down 17.20 points or 1.05% to 1,627.21 on. This was the lowest since Dec 22. However, year-to-date, the 30-stock index is up 2.42%. Its intra-year low was 1,219.72 on March 19 after the government imposed the Movement Control Order to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus. In Thursday's trade, Maybank fell 11 sen to RM8.46 and erased 1.88 points from the KLCI. Hong Leong Bank slumped 36 sen to RM18.20 and wiped out 1.18 points. Public Bank, which rallied after its historic four-for-one bonus issue, ended the day down 10 sen to RM20.60 and erased 0.59 of a point. CIMB shed eight sen to RM4.30 while RHB Bank lost five sen to RM5.45. Among the other KLCI stocks, IHH Healthcare fell 21 sen to RM5.50 and erased 2.80 points from the index. Tenaga Nasional lost 10 sen to RM10.42 while MISC was down five sen to RM6.87. Sime Darby shed four sen to RM2.31. Plantations did not fare well. An accusation of forced labour by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) piled pressure on Sime Plantation. It fell 18 sen to RM4.99 and wiped out 1.88 points. KL Kepong lost 52 sen to RM23.68, PPB Group 34 sen to RM18.52 and IOI Corp three sen to RM4.37. Crude palm oil for third month delivery shed RM3 to RM3,585 per tonne, easing slightly from its rally. As for glove makers, the top gainers of the year due to abnormal profits following the demand surge, profit taking continued on Thursday as the vaccine rollout began. Hartalega fell six sen to RM12.14, Top Glove was flat at RM6.12 while Supermax managed to recover to close three sen higher at RM6.01. US light crude oil fell 21 cents to US$48.19 and Brent 23 cents to US$51.40. Petronas Gas lost 16 sen to RM17.18, Petronas Chemicals seven sen to RM7.43 and Petronas Dagangan unchanged at RM21.40. As for telcos, Maxis ended seven sen lower at RM5.05, Digi one sen to RM4.14, Axiata was flat at RM3.74 while Telekom eased two sen to RM5.41. Nestle was the top loser, down 60 sen to RM138.90, F&N 60 sen to RM32.08 and Ducth Lady 38 sen to RM37.50. Chip maker MPI was the top gainer, surging RM1.08 to RM25.96 while Unisem added 18 sen to RM6.18. Toyo Ventures climbed 39 sen to RM1.69 and its warrants 30 sen to 79.5 sen. The ringgit rose 0.45% against the US dollar to 4.0183. Among the key Asian markets. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rose 0.31%; China's Shanghai Composite 1.72% and Taiwan's TAIEX advanced 0.31% but Singapore's STI fell 0.89%. Japan and South Korea were closed.

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