Bursa Saw The Return Of Foreign Buyers With ADTV Increasing

Foreign investors became net buyers of domestic equities at RM143.4m after briefly net selling the week prior. Net foreign inflows into Bursa Malaysia began on Thursday following the Fed’s decision to maintain interest rates.

They net bought RM125.3m on Thursday and RM190.2m on Friday, overturning their net selling amount of -RM172.0m from Monday to Wednesday.

The top three sectors with net foreign inflows last week were Utilities, Healthcare and Technology. Meanwhile, the top three sectors with net foreign outflows were Financial Services, Industrial Products & Services and Energy.

Local institutions continued as net buyers for the second consecutive week, with a reduced pace at RM82.0m, compared to the previous week’s RM194m. They were net buying sectors such as Plantation, Healthcare and Financial Services (RM51.0m).

Local retailers shifted to net sellers of domestic equities, amounting to -RM225.5m, following two weeks of net buying.

In terms of participation, there were increases in average daily trading volume (ADTV) across the board – local retailers, local institutions, and foreign investors.

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