Sep 29, 2015

TOP 100 Stocks Money Flow

TOP 10 NET MONEY INFLOWS
•  Public Bank registered the highest net money inflow of RM39.55m last week. Nonetheless, its share price fared worse than the market benchmark as it recorded a -4.97% weekly slump. In comparison, the FBM KLCI retreated by -3.26% during the review week. It must be highlighted that net money infl ow amidst retreating share price indicates buy on weakness (BOW) stance among some investors.
•  Maxis came in second with RM9.74m net inflow and its share price too underperformed the market benchmark with a -4.16% week-on-week decline which may indicate a BOW stance among some investors. However, it is notable that the latest fi lings showed both acquisitions and disposals of Maxis shares among the GLICs.
•  Genting recorded the third highest net money inflow of RM4.72m but its share price underperformed the FBM KLCI with a -6.20% weekly loss.
Tables below list the Top 10 Net Money Inflows last week among the largest 100 market capitalized stocks on Bursa Malaysia
top 10 mony inflow
TOP 10 NET MONEY OUTFLOWS
•  Malayan Banking saw the largest net money outflow of –RM12.15m during the review week. Accordingly, its stock price underperformed the FBM KLCI as it ended the week lower by -3.33% against a slightly smaller -3.26% decline in the market benchmark. The recent fi lings showed serial disposals of Maybank shares by a GLIC.
•  Lafarge Malaysia came in second last week with a net outflow of –RM11.86m. Similarly, its share price also underperformed the market benchmark with a
-3.98% weekly loss. The company recently entered into share purchase pact to buy Holcim Malaysia for RM330m..
•  UMW Holdings registered the third largest net money outflow at –RM9.01m in the review week. Nonetheless, its share price slightly outperformed the broader market with a lesser -2.63% weekly loss. It is also notable that the latest filings showed both acquisitions and disposals of UMW Holdings shares among the GLICs.
Tables below list the Top 10 Net Money Net Money Outflows last week among the largest 100 market capitalized stocks on Bursa Malaysia.
top 10 money outflow by MIDF