MUMBAI, June 29 (Reuters) - Indian shares are seen starting higher on Monday as investors continue to build long positions in frontline stocks ahead of the federal budget early next week. The market is expected to extend the gains from the previous week, but the rise may be limited on weak cues from other Asian markets and the overhang of a delayed monsoon, traders said. "This is the final week before the budget, and people would like to play on long (positions) on concrete expectations ...
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