JAKARTA, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Jakarta stocks edged higher on Thursday in lacklustre trading as many investors stayed sidelined, awaiting firmer signals on whether the United States will attack Iraq. The composite index was rangebound throughout the day, ending just 0.76 points or 0.19 percent higher at 392.29 points, after closing at a three-week low on Wednesday. Turnover was light, estimated at 138.3 billion rupiah ($15.6 million). Losers led gainers 38 to 35 with 82 shares unchanged. ...
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