Malaysian Stocks-Market seen down, planters in focus


KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 (Reuters) - Malaysian shares could slip on Wednesday, with plantation firms such as IOI Corp heading lower after crude oil prices retreated by more than $3 the previous day. On dealer said overall market sentiment remained weak, underlined by dwindling volume, with investors still cautious on the country's political developments. "We expect the index to drop by 5-10 points today, the volume is not going to be exciting," the dealer said. "Investors are being very ...

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