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FBM KLCI regains bullish momentum after brief dip

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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI entered the lunch break on a flattish note after retracing losses from earlier in the day.At 12.30pm, the key index was up 0.53 point to 1,559.95, restoring expectations of further upsides on the market given the improved sentiment.Market breadth was positive with 516 gainers compared to 380 decliners.On the market's main index however, 18 of the 30 component counters were in the red as investors took profit off the recent rally in blue-chips.Petronas Chemicals dropped 11 sen to RM8.72 as Brent crude price eased off yesterday's intraday high of RM83.47 a barrel.As at the time of writing, the global benchmark for crude was US$80.67 a barrel.Plantation counters remained mostly firm as crude palm oil prices dipped slightly to RM5,031 per metric tonne, off yesterday's historical closing high of RM5,067 a metric tonne.IOI Corp shed four sen to RM4.04 but Sime Darby Plantation gained two sen to RM4.22 and Kuala Lumpur Kepong was up 50 sen to RM22.40.Bank stocks were mixed after yesterday's rally. Maybank lost three sen to RM8.05 and Hong Leong Bank fell 18 sen to RM18.82. However, CIMB was up five sen to RM4.87 while Public Bank gained one sen to RM4.07.On the broader market, top actives were SC Estate Builder up two sen to 14 sen, SYG down 7.5 sen to 35 sen and Industronic rising 0.5 sen to 20.5 sen.Meanwhile, regional equities were boosted by a late recovery on Wall Street overnight as US politicians came close to striking a temporary deal to avert a federal debt default.Japan's Nikkei rose 0.8% while South Korea's Kospi jumped 1.6%.While China's mainland market remained closed for a national holiday, Hong Kong's Hang Seng surged 2.4% on teh back of a rally in tech giants Tencent and Alibaba.Hong Kong-listed Chinese Estates, a former major shareholder of China Evergrande, shot up more than 30% on news that the embattled developer had received a privatisation offer.In Australia, the ASX200 was up 0.7%.
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