Malaysia Hot Stocks-Market seen weak on Proton, higher oil


KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Malaysian stocks will struggle on Wednesday, weighed down by higher oil prices and the collapse of talks aimed at forging a foreign alliance for local car-maker Proton, an analyst and a dealer said. Malaysia and Volkswagen , the world's fourth-largest carmaker, said on Tuesday they had ended talks aimed at setting up a cooperation deal with the loss-making Proton . "People are going to take the Proton news badly," said a dealer at a local brokerage. "It ...

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