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PETALING JAYA: Construction stocks fell to the lowest level in over seven months, signalling that Budget 2023 has failed to excite investors even after the government announced the largest development expenditure in the country’s history.

Typically, the market will pin its hope on annual budgets in anticipation of new mega infrastructure projects.

“Big projects with big multiplier effect are missing in Budget 2023,” an analyst told StarBiz.

“Now that the Parliament is dissolved, the only hope is that if a new budget is tabled, it would have more goodies for the construction industry,” the analyst said.

The Master Builders Association Malaysia had lamented that the construction projects announced under Budget 2023 were “insufficient for the industry”.

Bursa Malaysia’s construction index tumbled to below 150 index points yesterday – a level that was last seen in March 2022.

Down by 0.82% to 149.57 points, the index was the fourth worst performer yesterday.

RHB Research said the prospects for the local construction sector remain uninspiring.It also added that delays to projects such as the Mass Rapid Transit 3 system could mean that the job flow in 2022 will be tepid compared with 2021.

The construction index trailed behind the telecommunications and media index that dropped by 2.32%, technology index (down 1.54%) and the energy index (down 1.01%).

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The telecommunication and media indices took a hit after 11 out of 15 component stocks ended in the red yesterday.

The biggest drag came from the three telecom companies – Axiata Group Bhd (down 4.07%), Digi.com Bhd (down 3.61%) and Maxis Bhd (down 3.52%). The stocks, along with Dialog Group Bhd, also weighed down the FBM KLCI.It fell by 7.21 points or 0.52% to 1,373.36 points yesterday, hitting a new year-to-date low. This was the fourth straight day of decline for the index.

Out of the 30 component stocks on the FBM KLCI, 16 ended in red.

The overall market breadth was negative with 521 stocks down against 321 advancers.

A total of 353 counters were unchanged.

Trading volume was 2.03 billion shares valued at RM1.69bil.

The sombre market sentiment was due to investors selling down their positions ahead of the release of the US consumer price index.

The inflation gauge is expected to rise 0.2% month-on-month, cementing the Federal Reserve’s decision to maintain its aggressive rate hike cycle to tame prices.

The strong selling pressure was not exclusive to Bursa Malaysia alone.

Key Asian markets were also down, as all eyes are on the US inflation data and the global economic outlook.

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