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Bursa Malaysia has a wide range of products such as equities and bonds that offer considerable potential for capital growth and are long term risk investments. They involve company shares which represent part ownership by the investor in a particular company.


Equities Prices

28 Mar 2017 03:58PM
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Security - Most Active
Name Last Chg Vol('00)
JKGLAND-OR 0.010 +0.005 1,032,506
SCOMI 0.205 +0.025 720,888
DATAPRP 0.600 +0.050 616,861

At A Glance

Equities At A Glance
Gainers 460
Losers 375
Unchanged 915
Volume ('00) 2,550,869,800 lots
Value RM 1,704,023,333

Trading Session

Monday to Friday
First Session: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Second Session: 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Note: Trading close on public holidays and other market holidays (when the Exchange is declared closed by the Bursa Malaysia Committee)


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28 Mar 2017 03:57PM
Prices are delayed by 15 mins

Name Last +/-
FBMKLCI 1,750.690 +5.740
FBMT100 12,048.450 +39.670
FBM70 14,482.740 +48.360
FBMSCAP 16,868.721 +68.910
FBMEMAS 12,389.160 +37.920
FBMFLG 18,469.070 +43.970
FA40 9,731.840 +38.660
FBMSHA 12,806.600 +27.650
FBMHIJRAH 14,135.860 +39.940
FBMACE 5,716.050 +28.340
FBMAPMYR 20,324.570 +38.660
FBMAPUSD 13,242.780 +7.200
FBMPALMOIL 17,837.439 -14.960
F4GBM 953.960 +1.480
CONSTRUCTN 322.540 +0.810
CONSUMER 610.590 +0.560
IND-PROD 153.260 +0.890
TRAD/SERV 233.530 +0.890
TECHNOLOGY 30.670 +0.130
FINANCE 15,707.640 +54.230
PROPERTIES 1,282.590 +1.790
PLANTATION 8,199.560 +7.960
MINING 490.390 +4.050
INDUSTRIAL 3,284.200 +2.320

Education on Securities

In this series, you will learn about Securities market, why and how to invest in Securities Markets.



EquitiesEquities offer considerable potential for capital growth and are long term risk investments. It involves company shares which represents part ownership by the investor in a particular company. Ownership of equities will often entitle the investor to a portion of the company's profits through dividends.

  • Shares
    A share is a security which represents a portion of the owner's capital in a business. Shareholders are the owners of the business and share the success or failure of the business.
  • Company Warrants
    Company warrants are issued by the company and give the holders the right, but not an obligation, to subscribe for new ordinary shares at a specified price during a specified period of time. Warrants have a maturity date (up to 10 years) after which they expire are worthless unless the holder had exercised to subscribe for the new shares before the maturity date.
  • Structured Warrants
    Structured warrants are proprietary instruments issued by a third-party issuer, namely an eligible broker or financial institution that give holders the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell the underlying instrument in the future for a fixed price. Essentially, you are making a 'reservation' to buy or sell a pre-determined number of the underlying instrument at a certain price in the future when you invest in a structured warrant.
  • Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
    Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) is an investment fund that trade like stocks. Cheap, flexible, and tax-friendly, it allows investment of any size in a myriad of different portfolios of securities, equities, bonds, commodities etc.
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
    A Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a fund or a trust that owns and manages income-producing commercial real estate (shopping complexes, hospitals, plantations, industrial properties, hotels and office blocks).
  • Closed-end Funds
    A closed-end fund involves a listed company which invests in shares of other companies. A closed-end fund company has a fixed number of shares in issue at any point of time, the price of which will fluctuate according to net asset value and market forces.


  • Exchange Traded Bonds and Sukuk (ETBS)
    ETBS are fixed income securities, also known as bonds or sukuk, that are listed and traded on the stock market. ETBS are issued either by companies or governments (the issuer) to raise funds for their needs. ETBS have varying structures such as fixed rate, floating rate and hybrids.
  • Exempt Regime
    Under the "Exempt Regime", sukuk or debt securities are listed on the Main Market but will not be quoted and traded on the Exchange. It is a shelf-lifting platform for visibility and profiling purposes. The trading shall occur on Over-the-Counter (OTC) basis.
  • Loan Stocks
    A loan stock is a security issued by a company in respect of a loan made by investors. Loan stocks may be secured, unsecured, convertible or non-convertible, but are often unsecured, unlike debentures.


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