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Swift recovery

Expectedly, the FBM KLCI performed a swift recovery as the key index recouped most of its previous session losses to re-claim the 1,600 psychological level. We reckon some stability will ensue with further upsides are in the cards as investors continue to focus on the economic recovery progress. Meanwhile, we believe that the lower liners will continue to enjoy their upward momentum as liquidity remains well on the equities market with investors capitalising on the positive market sentiment.
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Tempered by MSCI portfolio re-balancing

The FBM KLCI started off the week on a dour note alongside with the weakness across regional peers on the increasing geopolitical tension between US and China. Still, the FBM KLCI recorded 95.82 pts on gain (+6.5% MoM) during November 2020. Although we see renewed volatility unfolding, we reckon that bargain hunting activities may take precedence after the sharp fall yesterday. On the other hand, we think that the lower liners are poised for further upsides, driven by the improved trading liquidity which may extend the rotational play.
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Defending 1,600

After delivering a two consecutive days of solid performance, mild profit activities set onto course as the FBM KLCI staged a mild pullback on last Friday. Still, we maintain our positive tone on the local bourse as investors will continue to pin their expectations over the economic recovery following the recent batch of corporate earnings that appears to have bottomed-out. The lower liners may continue to edge higher, largely supported by the liquidity-driven momentum as investors continue their quest for higher yields.
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Towering above 1,600

The passing of Budget 2021 has instilled further confidence into the Malaysian market as the FBM KLCI soared beyond the 1,600 psychological level yesterday. With the uncertainty from the aforementioned event being eliminated, the focus has now reverted back to the economic recovery progress. Hence, we reckon that the positive momentum may resume over the near term. The lower liners are also on a positive note with investors nibbling on beaten down stocks, capitalising on the positive market sentiment.
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All eyes on Budget 2021 vote

It was a firm performance on the FBM KLCI, mirroring the gains on Wall Street overnight as US President-elect Joe Biden is stepping up to improve global trade relations. Back home, investors will be keeping an eye on the Budget 2021 vote to provide further clarity on the political landscape in Malaysia. The lower liners are attempting for a recovery, but gains will be choppy as quick profit taking remains on the table with investors opting to keep their trades short due to the recent volatility.
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Escalated selling activities

Selling pressure across the board escalated as the FBM KLCI underperformed its regional peers to finish sharply lower yesterday. Market sentiment has turned dour as the recent spikes in Covid-19 cases are dampening the prospects of economic recovery. Meanwhile, the uncertainty over voting of Budget 2021 deters investors to take further positions. We leave our views unchanged that the lower liners are toppish, hovering largely in the overbought territory that may see further pullback over the near term.
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Still in consolidation

The FBM KLCI was traded in a lacklustre manner as the key index re-tested the 1,600 psychological level. As there was absence of follow-through buying beyond the aforementioned level, we reckon that the local bourse will be poised for further consolidation. At the same time, the uncertainty surrounding the vote on Budget 2021 are also keeping investors on their toes. The lower liners are looking increasingly toppish which may prompt profit taking activities over the near term.
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Sideways to linger

Mild bargain hunting activities took precedence as the FBM KLCI ended the week on a positive tone on bargain hunting in gloves heavyweights. We reckon that a consolidation will be in the picture over the near term amid the lack of fresh leads. In the meantime, gains will be limited by the rising number of Covid-19 cases that may derail the prospect of V-shaped economic recovery. Meanwhile, the lower liners are likely to trend higher, owing to the rotational play, whilst investors will continue to keep an eye on the barrage of corporate earnings releases as well as Budget 2021 vote this week.
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Finding stability

Expectedly, the toppish condition that warrants a pullback saw the FBM KLCI retreated. The meteoric rise since the start of the month has seen a shift in sentiment as investors were quick to lock in recent gains. Meanwhile, the uncertainty over the passing of Budget 2021 also weighed on the recent market sentiment. Going forward, we expect choppiness to prevail with mild bargain hunting activities to take place. Elsewhere, the lower liners are likely to trend higher, boosted by the liquidity driven market, coupled with the rotational play.
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Consolidation beckons

Signs of profit taking activities are emerging on the FBM KLCI following the key index breakthrough above the 1,600 psychological level. We now expect a consolidation to take place as investors digest their recent gains. The sideways trend is expected to allow fresh legs for further upside over the near term. In the meantime, the lower liners are expected to consolidate as well with the investors focusing on the barrage of corporate earnings releases.
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Defending 1,600

Following the breakthrough above the 1,600 psychological level, we now expect the higher possibility of profit taking over the near term. Still, further upsides remains on the table over signs over resurgence of bargain hunting in gloves-related stocks amid their attractive valuations, coupled with the strong near term fundamentals. Elsewhere, the rotational play amongst the lower liners remains in place, spurred by the higher-than-average trading activities as investors continue to search for higher yields.
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Looking beyond 1,600

It was another firm performance on the local bourse, despite a choppy trading session yesterday. We reckon that gains would likely to extend for the FBM KLCI to power beyond the 1,600 psychological level owing to the positive progress over the Covid-19 vaccine development from Moderna. At the same time, gains will be backed by the positive momentum on Wall Street overnight, coupled with expectations that the economy will continue to deliver a quicker-than-expected recovery. We also think that the lower liners may continue their upbeat momentum, spurred by the liquidity driven market.
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All eyes in 3Q GDP

It was another exceptional performance on the FBM KLCI that recovered all its year-to-date losses, lifted by the gains across the board. Moving forward, investors will shift their focus on the 3Q2020 GDP data which may see the contraction to be milder against the prior quarter as economic activities resumed gradually. For now, we think that the key index is increasingly toppish and may warrant a pullback over the near term. The lower liners, meanwhile, remain supported by the liquidity driven market as investors capitalise on the positive market sentiment.
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Consolidation beckons

Expectedly, the FBM KLCI retreated after staging a sharp rally over the course of past 5 trading days. A consolidation is expected to take place over the near term as the FBM KLCI as investors continue to lock in recent gains, which we deem to be a healthy move at current juncture. Meanwhile, we also think that the lower liners will undergo a consolidation with any weakness to be supported by the improved trading liquidity with investors continue their quest to hunt for higher yields.
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Turning toppish

It was another exceptional performance on the FBM KLCI, spurred by the positive developments on the potential Covid-19 vaccine, coupled with the higher crude oil prices. We reckon that further upsides are still in the cards, although the move may also attract profit taking activities in the interim. Investors may start to lock in their gains to digest the recent run-up before returning with fresh legs for further upside. Although the lower liners are also looking toppish, any weakness will be cushioned by the improvement in trading liquidity in recent days.
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Another milestone on vaccine progress

After delivering a solid performance last week, the FBM KLCI was supported by the eleventh hour buying in selected index heavyweights. While further upsides are still on the cards, we think that any firmer upward move may attract quick profit taking activities. A consolidation beckons owing to the positive signs of vaccine development by Pfizer and BioNTech which could be a boon for economic recovery, but a bane for glove makers stocks. The lower liners are still on course for further upside, driven by the improved trading liquidity.
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Cheering on Budget 2021

The all-rounded Budget 2021 that aims ensure sustainable living and rejuvenate economic activities is well received by majority which could provide a catalyst for further up strides. Foreign funds net buying rose to the highest level since mid-January 2020, coupled with the diminishing uncertainties surrounding the US political situation will ensure stability, moving forward. The lower liners are expected to remain robust, owing to the positive market momentum that is driven by the resurgence in trading liquidity.
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Budget 2021 in focus

Strong gains on Wall Street overnight spill over to Asia markets, including the FBM KLCI as foreign funds net buying rose to the highest level since mid-August 2020. Moving forward, investors will be anticipating on the announcement of Budget 2021 that points to further measures to be dished out to rejuvenate the economy. Under the prevailing largely positive market sentiment, we expect the market undertone to remain buoyant as investors’ quest to search for higher yields returned.
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Finding stability

The FBM KLCI managed to hold onto its gains as the key index snapped a four-day losing streak mild bargain hunting activities in beaten down stocks. Although the US presidential election race remains on course, investors breathed sigh of relief that the neckline race will see neither party holds the neither majority in Senate nor in House of Representatives; which suggest that any broad policy changes are off the table. Meanwhile, we still think that rotational play amongst the lower liners may take charge over the interim, owing to the positive market sentiment.
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All eyes on US election

Despite Bank Negara move to keep the benchmark interest rates unchanged, it was another volatile session as the FBM KLCI that was bogged down by the extended selling activities from foreign funds. Moving forward, we expect the tepid momentum to continue as investors will be monitoring on the US election results that has been keep investors on their toes. Meanwhile, we expect rotational play to take charge on the lower liners, although sentiment remain rocky as US enters into the ballot tallying during market trading hours today.
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Rebound in store

The FBM KLCI took a dive before recovering most of its intraday losses on the back of strong Chinese economic data. We reckon that bargain hunting activities may take precedence over the near term, although sentiment remains largely indifferent at current juncture. At the same time, investors will be focusing on Bank Negara’s monetary policy decision today that may provide further clarity on the economic recovery progress. The lower liners are also attempting to find stability, following the recent rout.
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A barrage of uncertainties ahead

The sluggish global equities performance permeates to stocks across Bursa Malaysia and we see the volatility to remain unabated owing to several factors; rising political tension domestically, impending US election and rising number of Covid-19 cases globally. We reckon that the extended volatility may take place this week as investors’ sentiment remains cautious. The lower liners are expected to remain on a choppy mode as investors prefer to adopt the wait and see approach before taking further risks.
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Sentiment remain indifferent

We reckon that the consolidation may prolong owing to uncertainties surrounding the political developments on the local front, impending US election, rising number of Covid-19 cases globally and pace of economic recovery in the final quarter of 2020. The lower liners are also in a purple patch as sentiment remain cautious with quick profit taking are limiting any significant gains. Hence, we continue to advocate the “hit and run” technique, keeping trades in a shorter time frame.
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Weakness prevails

Bargain hunting activities have lifted the local bourse to recover most of its intraday losses yesterday as investors breathed signs of relief over the political status quo. We think that the local bourse performance will continue to be dictated by the political developments over the foreseeable future, whilst the renewed volatility on Wall Street overnight may pile pressure on Bursa Malaysia stocks. Although the lower liners are demonstrating mild signs of recovery, it is still too early to tell for a meaningful rebound over the near term.
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Relief recovery

Given that the speculations over the potential declaration of state of emergency move did not materialise, we reckon that a relief rebound on the FBM KLCI may take shape. Gains, however, is expected to be limited following the rising number of Covid-19 cases that may see the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) to be extended. The lower liners are also bracing for a rebound after enduring some volatility on last Friday, supported by the recent batch of mostly strong corporate earnings.
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Finding stability

The FBM KLCI endured a choppy trading session before bargain hunting activities took charge to power the key index higher yesterday. For now, we reckon that the local bourse may attempt to find stability with nibbling on beaten down stocks. Although the prevailing negative market sentiment is deterring investors to take large positions, the lower liners may continue to see rotational play, boosted by the higher than historical average trading activities.
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Downward bias consolidation resumes

It was another bleak performance on the local bourse that was marred by the selling pressure from gloves heavyweights yesterday. The near term weakness is expected to prevail as any recovery will be tempered by quick profit taking activities. Nevertheless, we still think that rotational play will remain on the table that is buoyed by rise in trading activities as of late, though the negative market sentiment are also keeping gains in check. Hence, we advocate traders to lock in quick profits, avoiding to holding position for too long.
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Keeping gains in check

The FBM KLCI endured a choppy trading session before succumbing to quick profit taking as investors were roiled by the political uncertainty in the local scene, coupled with the selling activities from foreign funds. Meanwhile, the further stringent measures imposed due to the unabated new Covid-19 cases may derail the prospects of economic recovery projection in 2021. Likewise, the lower liners and broader market shares may undergo a consolidation to allow fresh legs return into the picture.
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Uptick in momentum

Expectedly, the FBM KLCI rebounded from the three-day slump as investors bargain hunt on beaten down stocks and likely to charge higher today. At the same time, the positive Chinese economic data may also serve as a leading indicator of global economic recovery, should Covid-19 were to be contained over the foreseeable future. The lower liners could have follow through buying support, boosted by the sturdy trading activities as market participants capitalise on the positive market breadth.
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Rebound in store

After three consecutive days of pullback, we reckon that a rebound is in store as investors bargain hunt on beaten down stocks. The upcoming release of China 3Q2020 GDP data may serve as a leading indicator to the pace of global economic recovery as China’s economic activities has returned to the norm with only double digits of new daily cases reported since April 2020. Meanwhile, trading activities remain relatively robust will ensure the rotational play remain in place under the prevailing low yield environment.
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Downward bias consolidation

The extended consolidation on the local bourse is likely to continue in view of the lack of fresh leads, coupled with the uncertainties surrounding the political and Covid-19 situation. The negative sentiment across global markets may also weigh on Bursa Malaysia, although bargain hunting activities may also emerge at later stage. Although there were signs of quick profit taking activities, rotational play amongst the lower liners are keep trading activities at a vibrant level as investors continue to seek for higher yield investments.
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Another jab from US Department of Labour

We reckon that the consolidation will remain a feature over the foreseeable future as the recent spike in Covid-19 cases may keep a lid on the prospects of economic recovery. US Department of Labour (DOL) move to add Malaysian rubber gloves to its latest list of goods produced with forced labour also trigger some profit taking to gloves heavyweights today. Elsewhere, the re-implementation of Conditional Movement Control Order saw trading activities turning up the heat again as rotational play are shifting towards the healthcare thematic space.
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Still cautious amid political developments

The FBM KLCI marched higher yesterday as investors as there were no changes in the political agenda in Malaysia. Although the unemployment rate recorded at 4.7% in August 2020 (unchanged from previous month), the number of unemployed person decreased by 3,500, suggesting that the labour market is recovering (albeit gradually). Meanwhile, the continuous rotational play amongst the lower liners provided further room for upsides over the near term.
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Dragged down by profit taking

Expectedly, the FBM KLCI staged a pullback as investors opted to lock in recent gains following a two-day of rally. At the same time, the rising number of Covid-19 cases triggered the re-implementation of conditional movement control order (CMCO) in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya may deter the pace of economic recovery. Still, the vibrant trading activities will continue to provide rotational play amongst the lower liners, capitalising on the firmer momentum in recent times.
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Still on the hunt

After two consecutive days of rally (FBM KLCI rallied approximately 40 pts), we reckon that a consolidation may take place at the start of the week as investors would digest recent gains. In the meantime, the recent aggressive move may also tone down in view of the political instability in coming days. On a brighter note, the positive market breadth, coupled with the strong trading volumes in recent days suggests that investors’ appetite remain within the equities market in search for higher yields.
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Boosted by eleventh hour buying

The eleventh hour buying support that sent the FBM KLCI sharply higher yesterday may warrant a consolidation as investors would opt to digest their gains. The move would come ahead of the political uncertainty next week amid the impending meeting between opposition leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim with Yang di-Pertuan Agong. Meanwhile, we continue to see rotational play amongst the lower liners owing to the vibrant trading activities.
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Bargain hunting may emerge

The eleventh hour sharp selling pressure in selected index heavyweights sent the local bourse spiraling lower yesterday. After the previous session slump, we think that bargain hunting activities may emerge on the local bourse as investors nibble on beaten down stocks. It was a tale of two sides as the lower liners managed to march higher on the back of the rotational play, coupled with the favourable market sentiment.
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Knee jerk retreat

The knee-jerk reaction selldown was due to the projected number of Covid-19 cases at end-October 2020 by the health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. Nevertheless, speculations over MCO 2.0 have been quashed by the Prime Minister’s latest announcement may provide some alleviation to the selldown. The lower liners and broader market shares have turned downbeat which may see any gains to be tempered by quick profit taking over the near term amid the rising cases of Covid-19.
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Still ascending

With the slight bullish mode on the local bourse amid the resurgence of buying momentum in glove heavyweights due to spike in Covid-19 cases, we believe that the FBM KLCI movement will now be dictated by the glove heavyweights again. In the meantime, government authorities have quashed rumours for re-implementation of Movement Control Order (MCO) provided some alleviation to the economic recovery progress. The lower liners and broader market also on a recovery mode as investors capitalise on the rising trading activities.
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Anchored by gloves heavyweights

Despite the FBM KLCI marched higher, gains were mostly induced by recovery in gloves heavyweights. We reckon that the trend may continue over the foreseeable future amid the spike in Covid-19 cases locally, coupled with news that US President Donald Trump has also contacted the aforementioned virus. The lower liners and broader market, however, may continue to endure choppiness as volatility takes charge.
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Down, but not out

Amid the lack of follow-through buying interest, we reckon that the downward bias consolidation on the key index will remain in place. Additionally, the recent increase in Covid-19 cases across Peninsular Malaysia will pose a stumbling block for the nation economic recovery. Nevertheless, the lower liners are attempting to find their footing, with rotational play across sectors will keep trading interests at a decent level.
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Tempered by quick profit taking

Gains on the local bourse were largely tepid as investors were quick to book profits amid the on-going volatility. Therefore, we reckon that any gains will be tempered by opportunity to sell into strength, particularly from foreign funds (YTD net outflow at RM22.3bn). Elsewhere, the lower liners are will continue to endure a rough ride amid the fading trading interest ahead of the end of blanket loan moratorium that saw trading value slumping to the lowest level since June 2020.
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Not ripe for further upside

The FBM KLCI succumbed to another round of selling pressure as investors were quick to lock in their gains on the dour economic outlook presented by World Bank. We continue to think that significant upsides will be difficult to come by as the tepid economy recovery remains beset by the unabated new cases of Covid-19. In the meantime, the lower liners are also in a choppy mode as valuations have turned less unappealing at current juncture.
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Tepid Gains

It was another choppy trading session on the FBM KLCI as quick profit taking activities are now limiting further upsides. Hence, the consolidation is expected to remain in shape for an extended period. Elsewhere, the dwindling trading interests ahead of the end of blanket loan moratorium may also keep gains across the lower liners in check. Investors are opting to remain at the side lines, waiting for further leads before pouncing aggressively into the market again.
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On track for more

We continue to think that the glove heavyweights will dictate the direction on the local bourse which is gaining momentum as of late. The conclusive of the Sabah state snap election may bring about some calamity with the focus now shifting back to the political scene at West Malaysia. In the meantime, we reckon that retail players may continue to nibble on the mild recovery mode from the lower liners and broader market shares, capitalising on the recent positive market sentiment.

Gloves up again

Although most of the key index components trended lower, the FBM KLCI managed to trend higher owing to gains in glove heavyweights as the number of Covid-19 cases across the globe remained elevated. In the meantime, FTSE Russell has retained Malaysia bonds in the watch list will provide some alleviation for the prospects of further foreign capital flight. The lower liners and broader market shares are expected to experience a consolidation phase as investors may turn more defensive ahead of the Sabah state election over the weekend.
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Marred by political uncertainty

Following the renewed local political uncertainty, coupled with the dour note set by Wall Street overnight, we see the FBM KLCI to endure further volatility. The selling was more pronounced as foreign funds (YTD: outflow of RM21.65bn) continue to shy away from Malaysia equities. The lower liners and broader market shares will remain under pressure as sentiment turned dour as of late, while investors will be keeping an eye on the FTSE Russell decision on keeping Malaysia in the World Government Bond Index.
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Finding stability

Despite yesterday recovery which was mainly led by bargain hunting activities, the near term outlook remains indifferent with uncertainties remain on the table. We also note that significant upsides over the near term will be capped by the lack of fresh catalyst which may keep investors at bay. In the meantime, the lower liners are also going on an extended consolidation spell as traders were quick to lock in any profits.
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Accelerated selling

Following the tepid market sentiment, we continue to see the local bourse to undergo an extended downward bias consolidation spell. The uncertainty in both domestic and overseas political avenue, rising number of Covid-19 cases and toppish market condition continues to weigh on the performance on the local bourse. The lower liners were not spared as trading activities starts in taper ahead of the end of blanket loan moratorium.
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Not ripe for further recovery

The consolidation on the local bourse is expected take shape over the foreseeable future amid the lack of fresh leads. Still, we believe that the movements of glove heavyweights will continue to dictate the direction on the key index. Elsewhere, we see rotational play amongst the lower liners to stand pat amid the positive market breadth, whilst retail players continue to seek for higher yield investments.

Inching Higher – 23rd June 2020

Still Choppy Ahead – 22nd June 2020

Rebound move in Store – 19th June 2020

Consolidation in Place – 18th June 2020

Upsides Resume – 17th June 2020

Mild Relief – 16th June 2020

Renewed Volatility – 15th June 2020

Renewed Volatility – 12th June 2020

Consolidation Beckons – 11th June 2020

Toppish Condition – 10th June 2020

Upward Move to Resume – 9th June 2020

Still Higher, But Turning Cautious – 5th June 2020

Economy Recovery In Sight – 4th June 2020

Momentum Study on KLCI – 3rd June 2020

Re-testing 1,500 Level – 2nd June 2020

Marching Higher – 1st June 2020

Turning Toppish – 29th May 2020

Still on Ascend – 28th May 2020

Playing Catch Up – 27th May 2020

Ending the week softer – 22nd May 2020

Still Ascending – 21st May 2020

Renewed Volatility – 20th May 2020

More Gains Ahead – 19th May 2020

Improving Sentiment – 18th May 2020

Ending the Week Higher – 15th May 2020

Pullback in Place – 14th May 2020

More of the Same – 13th May 2020

Still in Consolidation – 12th May 2020

Sideways Prevails – 8th May 2020

Momentum Picking Up Steam – 6th May 2020

Rebound in Store – 5th May 2020

Pullback in Place – 4th May 2020

Gaining Traction – 30th April 2020

Going Nowhere – 29th April 2020

Still Rangebound – 28th April 2020

Consolidation in Place – 27th April 2020

Sideways Trend – 24th April 2020

Stabilising Ensured – 23rd April 2020

Volatility taking charge – 22nd April 2020

Pullback Beckons – 21st April 2020

Rising the Tide – 20th April 2020

Ending the Week Higher – 17th April 2020

Toppish Conditions – 16th April 2020

Marching on – 15th April 2020

Downward Bias Conditions – 14th April 2020

Toppish Conditions – 13th April 2020

Ending the week on High – 10th April 2020

At A Crossroad – 9th April 2020

Toppish Condition – 8th April 2020

Powering Up – 7th April 2020

Drifting Sideways – 6th April 2020

Rallying Oil Price Sustained Recovery – 3rd April 2020

More Pain Ahead – 2nd April 2020

At a Crossroad – 1st April 2020

Recovery Returns – 31st March 2020

Pullback Beckons – 30th March 2020

Ending the week higher – 27th March 2020

Upsides remain Cautious – 26th March 2020

Path of Recovery – 25th March 2020

Base Building – 24th March 2020

Still finding for a Bottom – 23rd March 2020

Dour Sentiments – 19th March 2020

Sentiments Remain Cautious – 18th March 2020

More Volatility Ahead – 17th March 2020

More Stability Ensured – 16th March 2020

A Week to Forget – 13th March 2020

Rebound, but Sentiment still Frail – 11th March 2020

Downside Risk Persist – 10th March 2020

Staying Subdue – 9th March 2020

Volatility to Stay – 6th March 2020

Turning Point – 5th March 2020

No End to Weakness – 4th March 2020

Rebound in Sight – 3rd March 2020

More Pain Ahead – 2nd March 2020

Volatility Unabated – 28th February 2020

Choppiness Prevails – 27th February 2020

Beware of Dead Cat Bounce – 26th February 2020

Viral Selldown Expected to Continue – 25th February 2020

Downtrend to Continue – 24th February 2020

No Sight of Recovery – 21st February 2020

Still Cautious – 20th February 2020

Weakness Prevails – 19th February 2020

Absence of Follow-through Buying – 18th February 2020

Stabilising, Yet uncertainty Prevails – 17th February 2020

Downbeat On Poor Economic Performance – 13th February 2020

On Recovery Path – 12th February 2020

Still Wary – 11th February 2020

Pullback Beckons – 10th February 2020

Ending On Positives – 07th February 2020

Lock-In Profits  – 06th February 2020

Ready For Near-Term Gains – 05th February 2020

Selling Somewhat Overdone – 04th February 2020

More Downside Is To Be Expected – 03rd February 2020

Potential Bargain-Hunting – 31st January 2020

Outlooks Remains Choppy – 30th January 2020

Anxiety Will Continue To Rule Sentiment – 29th January 2020

Weakness Prevail – 24th January 2020

Downward Bias Consolidation – 23th January 2020

Further Consolidation – 22th January 2020

Pullback Beckons – 21th January 2020

Base Building – 20th January 2020

Ending On Positive – 17th January 2020

Mild Recovery In Sight – 16th January 2020

Conditions Still Frail  – 15th January 2020

Still In Consolidation – 14th January 2020

Consolidation Taking Shape  – 13th January 2020

Trade Optimism Will Lead To More Gains – 10th January 2020

Bargain Hunting Is Expected – 09th January 2020

Consolidation Remains In Play  – 08th January 2020

Lack Of Buying Catalyst In The Near-Term– 07th January 2020

Consolidation Beckons – 06th January 2020

Ready, Get Set, Go!  – 03rd January 2020

Expects Mild Recovery – 02nd January 2020

Beware of Profit-Taking – 31th December 2019

Year-End Rally To Continue    – 30th December 2019

Window Dressing Resumption   – 27th December 2019

Consolidation Taking Precedence   – 26th December 2019

Christmas Came Early  – 24th December 2019

Recovery To Sustain  – 23th December 2019

Ending Higher  – 20th December 2019

Profit Taking Setting In  – 19th December 2019

Extended Trade Relief Rebound  – 18th December 2019

Mild Gains Ahead  – 17th December 2019

Profit Taking Beckons  – 16th December 2019

Trade Optimism To Boost Markets  – 13th December 2019

Limited Gains Amid Trade Uncertainties  – 12th December 2019

Still Marking Time  – 11th December 2019

Not Seeing Increased Following Yet  – 10th December 2019

Follow-Through Buying  – 09th December 2019

Base Building – 06th December 2019

Rebound To Cast Aside Downtrend – 05th December 2019

Volatility To Still Prevail – 04th December 2019

The Bounce May Continue – 03rd December 2019

Still Negative, Looking For A Bounce – 02nd December 2019

May See A Sliver Of Near Term Gain – 29th November 2019

Still Marking Time – 28th November 2019

Downside Appears To Take Hold – 27th November 2019

Staying Subdued – 26th November 2019

Banking On Follow – Through Buying – 25th November 2019

Downside Bias Remains – 22nd November 2019

Still Base Building, But With Downside Bias – 21st November 2019

Sideway Trend Looks To Continue – 20th November 2019

May See Pullback – 19th November 2019

Stocks To Spring Up Again – 18th November 2019

Consolidation To Continue – 15th November 2019

May See Quick Rebound, But Upsides Limited – 14th November 2019

Fresh Wariness, But Mild Gains May Persist – 13th November 2019

Feeling The Strain – 12th November 2019

More Of The Same – 11th November 2019

On The Ascend – 08th November 2019

Holding Pattern– 07th November 2019

Slowing Down– 06th November 2019

Still Gaining, Still Overbought– 05th November 2019

Recovery Resumes – 04th November 2019

Due For Pullback – 01st November 2019

May Still Head Higher – 31th October 2019

Looking At Follow-Through Buying – 30th October 2019

Little Change In Market Direction – 29th October 2019

May See Increased Profit Taking – 25th October 2019

Still Sideways – 24th October 2019

Still Sideways – 23th October 2019

Lumbering Along, But Broader Market Toppish – 22th October 2019

Still Searching For A New Trend – 21th October 2019

More Sideway Moves– 18th October 2019

Looking Positive, For Now – 17th October 2019

To Tip Higher  – 16th October 2019

More Moderate Conditions – 15th October 2019

More Gains Ahead As Trade Dispute Thaws – 14th October 2019

Staging A Mild Rebound – 11th October 2019

Selling Mode Continues – 10th October 2019

Still Meek And Weak – 9th October 2019

May See Slight Uptick, But Mostly Sideways – 8th October 2019

Slight Oversold May Prompt Rebound – 7th October 2019

Poised For A Positive End To The Week – 4th October 2019

Sliding To Four Year Lows – 3rd October 2019

May Seen Quick Profit Taking – 2nd October 2019

Market Awaits For Budget 2020 – 1st October 2019

Meek And Weak – 30th September 2019

Looking For Follow Through Gains – 27th September 2019

Still Uncertain, Looking For A Mild Bounce – 26th September 2019

Going Nowhere As Sentiments Stay Dour – 25th September 2019

More Of The Same – 24th September 2019

Still Searching For A Fresh Direction – 23th September 2019

Marketing Time, Again – 20th September 2019

Still Sideway Bias – 19th September 2019

Market Apathy To Continue – 18th September 2019

Geopolitical Concerns To Weigh On Sentiments – 17th September 2019

Still Looking For A New Direction – 13th September 2019

More Upside Potential – 12th September 2019

May See Delayed Recovery – 11th September 2019

More Recovery Prospects – 10th September 2019

Delayed Recovery To Provide Lift – 6th September 2019

More Upsides As Sentiments Improves – 5th September 2019

Weakness All Around – 4th September 2019

Wariness Returns To Prompt Profit Taking – 3rd September 2019

Easing Trade Dispute To Spur More Upside – 30th August 2019

Selling Looks To Ease – 29th August 2019

Looking Downbeat – 28th August 2019

Poised For A Recovery – 27th August 2019

Downside Pressure Returns On Trade Angst – 26th August 2019

Rebound To Sustain – 23rd August 2019

Delayed Recovery Still In The Offing – 22nd August 2019

Cautious Recovery Ahead – 21st August 2019

Delayed Rebound – 20th August 2019

Recovery Prospects Improve – 19th August 2019

Mild Upsides Possible – 16th August 2019

Dour Trend To Return – 15th August 2019

Improved Sentiments To Stir Rebound – 14th August 2019

Still Slipping And Sliding – 13th August 2019

Further Rebound In Store – 9th August 2019

Sentiments Remain Dour – 8th August 2019

Rebound To Sustain In The Near Term – 7th August 2019

Weakness Prevails – 6th August 2019

Still No Recovery Impetus – 5th August 2019

Meek End To The Week, Again – 2nd August 2019

Still In Red – 1st August 2019

More Of The Same – 31st July 2019

Conditions Still Morbid, Limited Upsides – 29th July 2019

Likely Dull End To The Week – 26th July 2019

Need More Impetus – 25th July 2019

Poised For A Recovery – 24th July 2019

Lack Of Leads To Keep Market Subdued – 23rd July 2019

Milder Rebound Ahead – 22nd July 2019

Possible End-of-Week Rebound – 19th July 2019

No Reprieve Yet – 18th July 2019

Downtrend Still Intact – 17th July 2019

Still Consolidating – 16th July 2019

A Quick Recovery Seen – 15th July 2019

Minor Gains Seen – 12th July 2019

Renewed Optimism, But Upsides Seen Limited – 11th July 2019

Indecisive Direction Ahead – 10th July 2019

Still Looking Frail, More Downside Seen – 9th July 2019

Few Leads, Consolidation To Continue – 8th July 2019

Still Overbought, Consolidation May Persist – 5th July 2019

To Tip Higher, Extends Overbought Streak – 4th July 2019

Becoming More Expensive – 3rd July 2019

Volatility To Return – 2nd July 2019

Tracking Higher On Trade Boost – 1st July 2019

Nowhere To Go – 28th June 2019

Marking Time – 27th June 2019

Toppish Conditions Prevail – 26th June 2019

Still Looking Toppish, Pullback To Persist – 25th June 2019

Increasingly Toppish, Pullback Due – 24th June 2019

Still Toppish, Limited Upsides Seen – 21st June 2019

Toppish Again – 20th June 2019

Renewed Optimism On Easing Trade Spat – 19th June 2019

Still Nowhere To Go – 18th June 2019

Still Looking Insipid – 17th June 2019

Still Toppish – 14th June 2019

Awaiting New Leads – 13th June 2019

Consolidation Spell Remains – 12th June 2019

Milder Gains As Conditions Remain Toppish – 11th June 2019

More Gains Ahead – 10th June 2019

Mild Recovery Possible – 7th June 2019

Institutional Support To Keep Market Afloat – 4th June 2019

Set For A Pullback – 3rd June 2019

Becoming Toppish – 31st May 2019

Sentiments Turning Down – 30th May 2019

Possible Pullback – 29th May 2019

More Mild Gains – 28th May 2019

Still Going Nowhere – 27th May 2019

Weak Sentiments To Dominate – 24th May 2019

Sentiments Still Weak – 23rd May 2019

Back To A Dour Trend – 21st May 2019

Hopeful Of A Firmer End To The Week – 17th May 2019

Milder Gains As Profit Taking Sets In – 16th May 2019

A Recovery In Store – 15th May 2019

Still Seeing Red – 14th May 2019

Downside Pressure To Return – 13th May 2019

Still Looking Dour – 10th May 2019

May Find Temporary Stability – 9th May 2019

Downside Pressure To Return – 8th May 2019

Downside Pressure Mounting – 7th May 2019

To See Follow Through Buying – 6th May 2019

No Follow Through, More Downside Ahead – 3rd May 2019

Angling For Follow Through Buying – 2nd May 2019

Few Impetuses To Leave Market Sideways – 30th April 2019

More Mild Gains On The Horizon – 29th April 2019

Profit Taking In Store – 26th April 2019

Milder Gains – 25th April 2019

Making Further Headway – 24th April 2019

Chugging Along – 23rd April 2019

Mild Gains Ahead – 22nd April 2019

Attempting To Find Support – 19th April 2019

Sentiments Remain Frail – 18th April 2019

Sideway Trend To Continue – 17th April 2019

Going Nowhere – 16th April 2019

Further Rebound – 15th April 2019

Mild Rebound Possible – 12th April 2019

Barely Out Of First Gear – 11th April 2019

Still Uncertain Outlook – 10th April 2019

Taking Small Steps – 9th April 2019

Still Directionless – 8th April 2019

Sustained Momentum – 5th April 2019

More Gains Ahead – 4th April 2019

Base Building Ahead – 3rd April 2019

Bargain Hunting To Provide Lift – 2nd April 2019

More Upsides In The Offing – 1st April 2019

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