Malaysia's trade balance surplus narrowed to $7.60 billion during June, compared with a previous surplus $8.49 billion in May, while the expectations referred to $8.12 billion.

Moreover, the exports surged by 8.6% during the month of June that compares with prior incline by 5.4% in May, and the actual reading is higher than the market's analysts' that estimated of 5.8%.

On the other hand, the nation's imports also rose to 6.3% in June, from 5.6% in May, and the anticipations predicted of 2.2%.