Malaysia Introduces Touch ‘n Go And AIA WalletSafe

Kuala Lumpur, Owners and operators of TNG Digital Sdn Bhd, Touch Time n Go Wallet and AIA Malaysia have launched a strategic partnership with WalletSafe, launching their first partnership product.

WalletSafe is a six-month insurance plan that covers Touch ‘n Go Wallet users in the event of an accident or death caused by Covid-19 and pays 10 times more than the balance of Touch’ n Go Wallet (up to RM 25 in compensation).

This provides additional protection against unauthorized transactions in Wallet and GO +accounts.

In a statement today, TouchN Go Group CEO Efendi Shahul Hameed said during the outbreak, demand for cashless transactions had increased the use of electronic portfolios.

“Given the increase in trading volume, one of the main issues that consumers are always worried about is the introduction of security, Touch ‘n Go, and AIA Malaysia Walletsafe,” he said.

ValetSafe can be purchased at an entry price of 1 RM starting today, including government taxes.

Bursa Malaysia Ended Strong On A Bargaining Chip

The Malaysian stock market ended today on a positive note, with investors falling sharply yesterday.

At 17:00, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 6.71 points from 1,530.92 yesterday to 1,537.63 yesterday.

The index, which stood at 1.29 at 1.532.21, fluctuated between 1.532.21 and 1.544.0 daily.

In the broader market, the number of winners increased from 629 to 404, and 434 meters remained unchanged and 808 were untreated and 15 others were suspended.

Volume increased from 3.47 billion units on Monday to 3.65 billion units worth Rs 2.71 billion, up from RM3.23 billion.

The Malaysian stock market has been in positive territory since opening this morning, taking into account the strong performance on Wall Street, and the US market has seen record highs of confidence, according to a vendor. Corporate Revenue and Revenue for Energy Stocks and Tesla.

“Performance in the domestic stock market has gone beyond the regional route and ended in a major recession,” he said.

Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice-president Thong Pak Leng said that the increase in standards in the Malaysian stock market was mainly due to excessive banking and gambling.

“The FBM KLCI seems to be performing well in the range of 1,520 to 1,530, so we believe the collection of stocks, especially blue chips at current attractive levels, will continue to fall.

“Despite being at volatile highs, we expect the index to move between 1,530 and 1,560 for the rest of the week. From a technical standpoint, we will see immediate support at 1,520 and resistance at 1,565,” he told Bernama.

Regionally, Japan’s Nikkei 225 was down 0.43% to 29,520.90, while Singapore’s Straits Times Index was down 0.39% to 3,231.51. South Korea’s Kospi was down 1.16% to 3,013.49 and Hong Kong’s down 3.49%.

Among the heavier items is Petronas Chemical Sen.

Among activists, the Dagang NeXchange sen rose from 5.5 to 82.5 sen. Top Builders sen fell 2.5 sen from 3 sen, down 2 sen to 5.5 sen on AirAsia X, remained on Kanger International, Ta Win 4 sen, and 15 sen. Respectively.

In the index, the FBM Gold Index strengthened from 68.32 points to 11,398.49 points, the FBMT 100 Index rose from 57.52 points to 11,017.02 points, and the FBM 70 rose to 115.51 points, rising from 15,081 to 15,081 points to FBM. The 70 indexes rose to 15 on FBM. 72.24 points to 7,122.47.

According to the sector the Industrial Products and Services Index increased from 1.21 to 203.35, the Plantation Index increased from 129.51 to 6,842.92, and the Financial Services Index increased to 22.54.

Market capitalization increased from 2.27 billion shares worth Rs 2.89 billion to 2.35 billion shares worth Rs 2.33 billion yesterday.

The value of insurance premiums ranged from Rs 72.67 million to Rs 395.01 million. It increased from Rs 35.95 million yesterday to Rs 52.52 million yesterday.

The ACE market volume increased to 908.16 million shares worth RM308.85 million, from 838.38 million shares worth RM288.84 million yesterday.

Representing the Main Market Consumer Products & Services Counters, Industrial Products, and Services (697.92 million), Construction (221.12 million), Technology (414.12 million), SPAC), Financial Services (90.49 million), Real Estate (157.45 million), 349.11 million shares. The fire. Plantations (20.57 million); REITs (6.34 million); Closed / Financed (3,500); Energy (195.30 million); Health (48.31 million); Telecommunications and Media (27.31 million); Transportation (109.94 million) and equipment; 10.83 million.