Foreigners Return to Malaysia Stocks After 2015 Exodus: Chart

Foreign money is returning to Malaysia at the fastest pace in Southeast Asia this year with about 4.4 billion ringgit ($1.1 billion) pumped into the nation’s equities after 2015 saw the biggest outflows since the global financial crisis. Inflows for March are at the highest since April 2013, according to MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd., citing stock-exchange data. The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index is headed for its best monthly performance in more than three years as stocks trade near the cheapest relative to global equities in almost a decade.

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