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2009-08-26

Foreign Investors Turned Net Sellers In July 2009
















Citing EPFR Global’s data, CIMB Research said Malaysia saw a net outflow of US$120.8 million (RM424 million) in July, below is the flow along year 2009:-
  1. US$182.8 million in January-Flow out
  2. US$56.5 million in February-Flow out
  3. US$144.8 million in March-Flow out
  4. US$36 million in April - net inflow
  5. US$154 million in May - net inflow
  6. US$25.6 million in June - net inflow
Base on the data, the out-flow is more than in-flow so foreign fund is slowly move out from Malaysia share market and this is not good. Now this FBM-KLCI index level likely been supported by government and with thin support from foreign fund, if the fund continues flow out for August and September ( I think likely in red ) target year end index at 1,200 point will unlikely to happen.

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