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KUALA LUMPUR: Buying interest in banking and telcos stocks lifted the FBM KLCI higher on Friday, marking another weekly gain.

For the day, the FBM KLCI added 3.08 points, or 0.2% at 1,518.03 after trading between 1,522.68 and 1,515.79. The index finished 0.85% higher for the week.

Volume was 3.67 billion shares worth RM1.88bil. There were 488 gainers and 418 decliners.

Dealers said investors stayed on the sidelines while monitoring the news regarding the new prime minister to be appointed.

Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has been picked as the ninth Prime Minister, according to Istana Negara.

The swearing in ceremony for Ismail Sabri as Prime Minister will take place on Saturday (Aug 21) at 2.30pm at Istana Negara.

Among the 30 FBM KLCI constituents, Sime Darby Plantation added 13 sen to RM3.92, Maxis gained 10 sen to RM4.50, Petronas Gas rose eight sen to RM16.06 and Digi gained six sen to RM4.31.

CIMB and Hong Leong Bank added four sen each to RM4.64 and RM18.34 respectively.

RHB and Maybank rose three sen each to RM5.31 and RM8.12 respectively. Public Bank climbed one sen to RM3.92.

On the broader market, Formosa Prosonic jumped 43 sen to RM3.24, Carlsberg rose 36 sen to RM21.90, Allianz gained 32 sen to RM12.82 and Rapid advanced 31 sen to RM8.43.

Genetec tumbled RM1.52 to RM23.66, Advance Information Marketing fell 30 sen to 50.5 sen and KESM shed 26 sen to RM12.04.

On the external front, Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 0.98% to close at 27,013.25, its lowest in eight months.

Reuters reported that Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell 1.8% and its weekly drop of 5.8% was the largest since the height of the pandemic panic in financial markets in March 2020.

South Korea’s Kospi ended down 37.32 points, or 1.20%, at 3,060.51, the lowest close since March 29.



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