Stockbrokers urge Putrajaya to suspend trading on Bursa

Modified 19 Mar 2020, 5:37 am

The Association of Stockbroking Companies of Malaysia (ASCM) has urged Putrajaya to suspend trading on Bursa Malaysia.

In a statement today, the ASCM said market capitalisation has dropped 23 percent from RM1.04 trillion on Dec 31, 2019 to RM804.63 billion on March 18, 2020...

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