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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

5/1 FBM KLCI rose 12.49 to 1288.44.

5/1 FBM KLCI rose 12.49 to 1288.44. Gainers overwhelmed losers 658 to 184 counters on volume of 1.18 bil shares worth RM 1.12bil.

5/1 Ringgit rose to a 7-week high against the US dollar at 3.385; Crude oil nears US$82 per barrel, while CPO futures gained RM 19 to RM 2,699.

5/1 Overnight Dow advanced 155.91 points, or 1.5 pct to 10,583.96; Crude oil futures jumped USD 2.15 to USD 81.51 a barrel.

5/1 Bursa Malaysia is sued an Unusual Market Activity (UMA) query on the trading of Ho Hup shares after it surged 28% today on heavy volume.

5/1 Alliance Bank said CEO Datuk Bridget Lai has not resigned and the bank’s operations remained business as usual.

4/1 LCL subsidiary LCL Furniture has received a notice of withdrawal & cancellation of credit facilities from The Royal Bank of Scotland.

4/1 The FBM KLCI +2.97 points to 1275.75 at 5pm; Nestle + 78c to RM 33.88, Ho Hup +51.5c to RM 1.40, Tanjong +44 c to RM 17.28, ToyoInk +36c to Rm 2.38.

4/1 Oil price tops US$80 per barrel on Monday afternoon with the Nymex crude oil futures for February up 76 cents to US$ 80.12.

4/1 Naza Group said it has signed a MOU with General Motors Thailand to distribute Chevrolet cars and parts in Malaysia.

31/12 Last minute support on key blue chips lifted the FBM KLCI up 0.66 pts to end the year at 1,271.78 pts; the benchmark index was up 45 % in 2009.

31/12 Government to make Rm 5mil goodwill payment to 134 squatters in Penang affected by Ipoh-Padang Besar Double-Tracking Project:Transport Minister.

31/12 Ho Hup’s shareholders approved the resolutions to sell two plots of land by poll voting at the company’s EGM today.

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