(April 26): Foreign buying of Malaysia's stocks slowed in the past week as the nation's benchmark equity index fell and the Malaysian ringgit weakened.
The five-day moving average of net foreign inflows decreased to US$10.6 million, falling below the 20-day average of US$13.4 million, according to data from the Bursa Malaysia Bhd compiled by Bloomberg.
The FTSE Bursa Malaysia EMAS Index fell 2.1% over the past week and the ringgit lost 0.6% against the US dollar to 3.9115.
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