KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Malaysia's stock market faces a fourth day of declines in five on Friday, as poor economic data and more losses in financial shares added to evidence the U.S. economy was falling into recession, brokers said. "Expect the market to drift lower today as concerns continue on the U.S. slowdown," said a dealing head at a foreign brokerage. Immediate support for the key Kuala Lumpur index is at the 1,440-1,450 points level -- a decline of 1.4 percent from ...
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