* Investors pick beaten-down consumer, bank shares * Worry about high oil prices keeps buyers cautious By Viparat Jantraprap BANGKOK, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Indonesian stocks climbed more than 1 percent on Tuesday while most other Southeast Asian stock markets moved higher amid selective buying of beaten-down big caps though investors remained cautious about the impact of high oil prices. Consumer and banking stocks that had led recent losses in such as Indonesia's PT Astra International, ...
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