KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia saw an outflow of foreign funds over the past week as the market turned jittery ahead of the 15th General Election.
According to MIDF Research, there was a net outflow of RM272mil of offshore funds, a reversal from a net inflow of RM425.6mil in the previous week.
"The net selling started on Tuesday which saw the highest net outflow for the week at RM185.5mil and the trend continued with net ouflows of RM79.9mil on Wednesday and RM62.2mil on Thursday," said MIDF.
Over the course of the four-day trading week, local institutions were net buyers with a total net inflow of RM152.5mil while local retailers also scopped up local stocks with a total weekly net inflow of RM119.6mil.,
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So far this year, international funds have been net buyers for 26 out of the 46 weeks, with a total net inflw of RM5.91bil.
In terms of participation, there was a deterioration in terms of average daily trade value (ADTV) by retailer investors (8%), institutional investors (3.3%) and foreign investors (0.1%).
Stocks on Bursa Malaysia that saw the highest money inflows were Tenaga Nasional, Gamunda and Maybank.
Meanwhile, Press Metal, CIMB and IHH experienced the biggest inflows.