On the index board, the FBM Emas Index depreciated 497.91 points to 9,947.06, the FBM Emas Shariah Index gave up 572.94 points to 10,547.40 and the FBM 70 tumbled 793.46 points to 11,924.12.
The FBMT 100 Index deleted 461.82 points to 9,812.41 and the FBM Ace declined 606.35 points to 4,638.82.
Sector-wise, the Industrial Products and Services Index eased 14.52 points to 120.71, the Financial Services Index dropped 519.46 points to 13,817.10 and the Plantation Index reduced 438.92 points to 6,294.12.
Main Market volume rose to 5.0 billion shares worth RM3.35 billion from 1.57 billion shares worth RM2.05 billion last Friday.
Warrants turnover increased to 467.87 million units worth RM61.43 million versus 462.66 million units valued at RM78.22 million.
Volume on the ACE Market shrank to 1.18 million shares worth RM211.11 million compared with 616.86 million shares worth RM157.29 million.
Consumer products and services accounted for 481.98 million shares traded on the Main Market, industrial products and services (527.31 million), construction (257.36 million), technology (361.37 million), SPAC (nil), financial services (100.27 million), property (462.33 million), plantations (99.42 million), REITs (16.85 million), closed/fund (60,900), energy (2.41 billion), healthcare (77.93 million), telecommunications and media (53.16 million), transportation and logistics (73.93 million), and utilities (81.26 million).
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