Trading on Bursa Malaysia will be opened for the morning session only on Thursday, which is the eve of the Chinese New Year (CNY).
The stock exchange said on Monday there will be no trading in the afternoon session. It will also be closed on Friday for the CNY celebratiuon and reume operations on Feb 19.
However, clearing and settlement services provided by Bursa Malaysia Securities Clearing; depository services provided by Bursa Malaysia Depository; and clearing and settlement operations of Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad will continue as usual on Thursday.
The office of Bursa Malaysia Securities will remain open until the end of business day.
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