Hartalega, which was the top loser of the day, saw RM5.69bil wiped out, reducing its market capitalisation to RM35.92bil. Its issued shares were 3.43 billion. KUALA LUMPUR: Hartalega, Top Glove, Supermax and Kossan came under heavy selling pressure on Monday, the first trading day of 2021, as the regulated short selling (RSS) which came into effect wiped out RM13.56bil in total market capitalisation. The rout on glove makers saw Hartalega close down RM1.66 to RM10.48 or 13.6% to RM10.48 with 37.8 million shares done. Hartalega, which was the top loser of the day, saw RM5.69bil wiped out, reducing its market capitalisation to RM35.92bil. Its issued shares were 3.43 billion. Top Glove closed down 62 sen to RM5.50, but off the early low of RM5.23. Its announcement in the afternoon session about a special dividend of 20% helped it regain some losses. In a press statement on Monday, the world’s largest glove maker said the special dividend was in addition to its existing dividend policy of a 50% dividend payout ratio on its profit after tax and minority interests for the second, third and fourth quarters of financial year 2021. Top Glove saw RM5.08bil erased from its market capitalisation, reducing it to RM45.11bil. Its issued shares were 8.20 billion. It was very actively traded with 347.86 million shares done. Supermax closed down 50 sen to RM5.51 with 63.54 million shares done. The fall in its share prices wiped out RM2.72bil from its market capitalisation and reduced it to RM14.99bil. This was based on its issued shares of 2.72 billion. The three stocks, which are part of the 30-stock FBM KLCI weighed on the index, which closed down 24.64 points or 1.51% to 1,602.57. Turnover was 7.41 billion shares done valued at RM5.88bil. Declining thrashed advancers 934 to 360 while 331 counters were unchanged. Kossan closed down 56 sen to RM3.94 with 49.64 million shares done. The fall in its share price erased RM1.43bil from its market capitalization and reduced it to RM10.08bil. Its issued shares were 2.56 billion. Duopharma, which will be packaging and distributing the Covid-19 vaccine, fell 20 sen to RM3.18. Pharmaniaga shed four sen to RM4.96. Other KLCI stocks which closed lower were Petronas Chemicals, down 22 sen to RM7.21, Petronas Gas rose two sen to RM17.20 and Petronas Dagangan unchanged at RM21.40. Dialog gained two sen to RM3.47. Maybank fell 11 sen to RM8.35, Public Bank eight sen to RM20.52, CIMB two sen to RM4.28 but Hong Leong Bank gained 18 sen to RM18.38 and RHB Bank five sen to RM5.50.
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