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KLCI down 0.4% for the day, 1.1% for the week
The KLCI lost 5.34 points or 0.41% to 1,296.60 points. The index opened 0.11 of a point lower at 1,301.83 points and traded between 1,294.87 and 1,303.85 points during the day, representing a trading band of 8.98 points.
Market breadth was negative with losers leading gainers 357 to 278. Volume shrank to 575 million shares valued at RM1,123 million from 677 million shares worth RM1,218 million Thursday.
Of the 30 components of KLCI, six closed in the positive territory, 18 ended lower while the remaining six were unchanged. Volume for the component stock was 102 million shares worth RM648 million.
For the week, the KLCI dropped 14.60 points or 1.11% from the previous Friday’s closing of 1,311.20 points.
Public Bank’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Public Mutual swept 10 out of the 29 awards, including the most prestigious “Best Overall Fund Group” award, at The Edge-Lipper Malaysia Fund Awards 2010 held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on 23 February 2010. This is the 7th consecutive year Public Mutual has emerged as the biggest winner at the annual awards event.
Public Mutual’s Chairman Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr. Teh Hong Piow expressed pride at the outstanding achievement despite a challenging year in 2009. “These awards demonstrate Public Mutual’s commitment in continuously delivering top value as well as meeting the diverse needs of our unitholders,” he said.
By winning these awards, Public Mutual has to date received a total of 148 industry awards. Tan Sri Teh dedicated these awards to Public Mutual’s board of directors, management, staff, unit trust consultants and investors for their unwavering support and confidence over the years.
Public Mutual is Malaysia’s largest private unit trust company with 73 funds under management. It has over 2,000,000 accountholders and as at 31 December 2009, the total net asset value of the funds managed by the company was RM35.6 billion.