FKLI

Daily Institution Retail Foreign
Net (RM m) % Net (RM m) % Net (RM m) %
19 May, 2022 -25.96 46.54% -5.20 23.89% 31.17 29.57%
18 May, 2022 13.23 46.18% -2.64 23.13% -10.60 30.69%
17 May, 2022 57.68 41.69% -5.71 23.59% -51.97 34.72%
16 May, 2022 Wesak Day
15 May, 2022 Sunday

Malaysia Date United States
KLCI closed at 1,549.41, as risk sentiment soured as investors were concerned over the global economic slowdown. Traded 2.689 billion shares, with a total value of RM2.231 billion. KLCI, -5.50pts, -0.35%
As of 4.50pm
DJIA, 31,095
S&P, 3,874.25
Nasdaq, 11,726.50
Thu, 19 May, 2022 Dow, -236.94pts, -0.75%

DJIA, 31,730.30
S&P, 3,930.08
Nasdaq, 11,370.96
U.S. stocks finished closer to bear-market territory as the Russia-Ukraine war, a slowdown in China’s economy, high inflation and rising interest rates cause investors to worry about corporate profits and economic growth.
KLCI closed at 1,554.91, on continuous nibbling in selected heavyweights including financial services, consumer, and oil and gas (O&G) stocks. Traded 3.739 billion shares, with a total value of RM2.254 billion. KLCI, +6.31pts, +0.41%
As of 4.50pm
DJIA, 32,488
S&P, 4,067.00
Nasdaq, 12,468.00
Wed, 18 May, 2022 Dow, -1,164.52pts, -3.57%

DJIA, 31,490.07
S&P, 3,923.68
Nasdaq, 11,418.15
The Dow and S&P 500 on Wednesday booked their worst daily plunges in about two years, after quarterly retailer results confirmed higher costs for fuel and wages are eating into profits, and U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned of global stagflation taking root.
KLCI closed at 1,548.60, as bargain hunting emerged in selected heavyweights, led by the industrial products and services and plantation counters. Traded 5.511 billion shares, with a total value of RM2.788 billion. KLCI, +4.19pts, +0.27%
As of 4.50pm
DJIA, 32,519
S&P, 4,067.25
Nasdaq, 12,516.00
Tue, 17 May, 2022 Dow, +431.17pts, +1.34%

DJIA, 32,654.59
S&P, 4,088.85
Nasdaq, 11,984.52
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday, after retail sales data for April suggested the economy remained healthy and as investors weighed remarks by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.