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KUALA LUMPUR: Amid a global rally in equities markets last week, foreign investors returned to Malaysia's bourse for a net inflow of RM425.62mil with net buying on every day of the week.
MIDF Research, which tracks seven stock exchanges in Asia, noted that foreign investors had maintained their net buying spree in the region for a third consecutive week and posted a 77.1% jump in net purchases to US$4.98bil over the week.
In Malaysia, the top three sectors that saw net inflows for foreign investors were financial services (RM137.6mil), consumer products (RM133mil) and services and healthcare (RM70.4mil).
Local institutions however were net sellers to the tune of RM252.04mil while local retailers sold RM173.57mil net of Bursa Malaysia equities.,
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"International funds have been net buyers for 26 out of the 45 weeks of 2022, with a total net inflow of RM6.18bil.
"Local institutions were net sellers for 31 out of 45 weeks, with a total net outflow of–RM8.14bl.
"Local retailers have been net buyers for 28 out of 45 weeks. Year-to-date, they have been net buyers at RM1.96bil," said MIDF in its weekly fund flow report.
Market participation increased along retailers and local institutions by 3.15% ad 1.4% respectively. Foreign investors however saw participation decline 7.21%.
"We foresee stronger market participation this week as investors are expected to take positions in view of the upcoming general election on Saturday and the upcoming semi-annual review of the FBM KLCI," added MIDF.