The company has written confirmation from MACC that it isn't involved in investigations involving Zahid Hamidi.
The market responds to potential further discussions with the Finance Ministry on the MRT 2 underground contract
The market is buoyed by optimism over a possible lenient outcome on the US-China trade negotiations.
The market is bolstered by optimism that trade talks will revive later this month.
This is spurred by improved sentiment in some domestic and external factors, dealers say.
Acid attack was an assault against the rule of law, the financial system, the regulators and market players.
The minister acknowledges it as a real challenge for the Harapan government.
It opened at 1,710.44 points at 9 am and fell to a low of 1,682.04 points at 2.52pm.
Some say the review is aimed at boosting market liquidity, while others say it will have little near-term impact.
This is the latest in a series of top management changes initiated by the newly elected go'vt.
The market upon opening starts to feel the impact of United States-China trade talks over the weekend.
This is supported by strong demand in most heavyweights, particularly finance-related stocks.
Investors heave a sigh of relief at the end of the over-reaction rally.
UPDATED 5.50PM | Weakening of the ringgit attributed to 'political malaise' in the country affecting investor sentiment.
UPDATED 4.02PM | The index had opened 1.63 points weaker at 1,843.40.
Investors' confidence continues to recover after shocking general election results.
Investors show confidence and embrace sweeping changes in political landscape.
GE14 | Bursa falls 13.63 points as investors stay on the sidelines ahead of Wednesday's polls.
Bank Negara's international reserves now amount to US$110 billion, he adds.
Market affected after China raised tariffs on US products as a counter-measure.
The oil field equipment supplier says this is due to the higher losses recorded in its transport solutions division.
This comes after the June 8 raid on the listed company's office by the MACC.
Company's share price became volatile following fluid situation with Bandar Malaysia.
UPDATED 12.30PM | It is believed to be related to Finance Ministry's announcement calling off the Bandar Malaysia deal.
In a filing to Bursa M'sia, Perak Corp says its unit had signed a sale and purchase agreement with PKNP.
Research firm notes 'heavy tide' out of Malaysia equity, compared to other Asian markets.
COMMENT | The significance Najib’s trip to China cannot be underestimated.
UPDATED 6.05PM | Police are investigating the bomb hoax which led to the evacuation of the building this afternoon.
At 5pm, the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) fell 5.0 points to 1,660.23.