Malaysian Shares Rebound; YTL Leads Gainers

After a one-day losing streak, Malaysian shares saw a positive turn on Monday. The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI FBMKLCI increased by 0.1% to reach 1,539.27.

Top Gainers

  • YTL (4677): Leading the session with a 2.7% increase
  • IOI Properties Group (5249): Real estate/construction firm up by 1.8%
  • Sunway Bhd (5211): Real estate/construction player closing 1.8% higher

Top Losers

  • KLCC Property Holdings (5235SS): Real estate firm experiencing a 2.0% decline
  • Nestle (Malaysia) (4707): Company shares down by 1.9%
  • Sime Darby (4197): Business/consumer services company seeing a 1.9% drop

Southeast Asia Market Movement

  • Singapore's FTSE Straits Times Index STI down by 0.5%
  • Thailand SET Index slipping by 0.2%
  • Philippines' PSEi Index showing a 0.5% increase
  • Indonesia's JSX Composite Index declining by 0.5%

Asian Market Overview

  • Hong Kong stocks remain flat with the Hang Seng Index holding steady
  • Japan's NIKKEI 225 Index up by 0.5%
  • China's Shanghai Composite Index on the rise by 0.4%
  • South Korea's KOSPI Composite Index surging by 1.2%
  • Australia's S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index dropping slightly by 0.1%

Currency Update

On the currency front:

  • U.S. dollar falls by 0.3% against the Malaysian ringgit
  • Euro also down by 0.3% compared to the ringgit

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