KLCI ends lower as foreign investors become net sellers

KLCI ends lower as foreign investors become net sellers

The Edge Markets - Malaysia·2019-10-04 18:23

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 4): The FBM KLCI ended down 6.45 points or 0.41% after Malaysia reported weaker export and import numbers and as foreign investors became net sellers in the Malaysian stock market.

The KLCI fell after Asian shares tracked US stock futures losses ahead of the crucial US job report on Friday. The US job report is closely watched for clues on whether the Federal Reserve will further reduce interest rates.

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