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飞机群组( KLCI settles into positive territory at midday


KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI was seen picking up again as it entered the midday break, renewing hopes of a continued market rally. At 12.30pm, the key index was up 2.21 points to 1,532.86.Market breadth however was negative with 458 decliners compared to 319 gainers.Over the morning session, Press Metal erased much of the gains it saw earlier in the day as investors took profit off its recent rally.The aluminium producer was up one sen to RM6.30 after tumbling off an intra-morning high of RM6.45.Petronas Chemicals, which also rallied earlier in the day on the back of rising crude oil prices, ended flat at midday at RM9.05.Bank stocks were slightly elevated, led by Maybank up two sen to RM8.35 and Public Bank rising one sen to RM4.23 although Hong Leong Bank lost two sne to RM19.70 and CIMB was flat at RM5.26.In plantations, Kuala Lumpur Kepong rebounded 20 sen to RM21.90 while IOI rose one sen to RM3.84 and Sime Darby Plantation lost one sen to RM3.56.Top actives on the broader market were ATA IMS up four sen to 50.5 sen, Sapura Energy flat at five sen and DneX gaining one sen to 98 sen.Meanwhile, Asian markets received some support from strong US corporate earnings although the upsides were capped by expectations of interest rate increases in the US and eurozone.Japan's Nikkei rose 0.3%, South Korea's Kospi added 0.9% and China's benchmark index slid 0.9%Hong Kong's Hang Seng slumped 1.5% as fears over a potential Softbank exit from Alibaba weighed on the market.This comes as Alibaba registered one billion additional American depository shares, which gives its shareholders more flexibility to sell.Alibaba shares listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange were down 3.5% at midday while its US-listed shares plunged over 6% in overnight trading.Meanwhile, Australia's ASX200 sat 1% higher just minutes before the end of trading.