KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds continued to be net seller on Bursa Malaysia last week amounting to RM574.5mil, according to MIDF Research. “As market reopened on Monday last week, foreign investors sold RM157.6mil net of local equities, with retailers and local institutions as net buyers and net sellers to the tune of RM208.5m and -RM50.9m respectively,” MIDF said in its weekly fund flow report.n The research house noted that retailers were active buyers everyday of the week. The largest net inflow was on Wednesday and smallest on Thursday with net inflow to the tune of RM41.5mil. The biggest inflow stood at RM267.9mil. December saw retailers as ardent net buyers. So far, there was only one day in the month where retailers were net sellers for Bursa, MIDF said. On the other hand, MIDF said the market saw local institutions as net sellers every day except on Thursday. The largest net selling was recorded on Wednesday at RM88.86mil and the only buying was on Thursday at RM119.20mil. “As 2020 is inching closer to the end, to recap, retailers and local institutions have been net buyers for Bursa. Retailers are net buyers to the tune of RM13.14bil, bigger than local institutions at RM11.16bil,” MIDF said. So far in 2020, foreign investors net selling has reached RM24.8bil worth of equities on Bursa Malaysia. “In comparison to another three South East Asian markets that we tracked last week, Malaysia recorded the most foreign net outflow while Thailand experienced the smallest inflow compared to the others,” it said. In terms of participation, MIDF said the retail investors recorded a weekly increase of 11.26% in average daily trade value (ADTV) while the foreign investor experienced an increase of ADTV of 7.21% and local institution at ADTV of -36.12%. Last week, Serba Dinamik registered the highest net money inflow of RM14.04mil. Petronas Chemicals saw the second highest net money inflow of RM2.74mil while Digi saw the third highest net money inflow of RM2.59mil. Meanwhile, Public Bank saw the largest net money outflow of RM15.83mil last week. Top Glove recorded the second largest net money outflow of RM15.01mil and Hartalega registered the third largest net money outflow of RM6.79mil last week.
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