* Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines see continuous inflows * Jakarta bucks trend; banks help index gain By Shihar Aneez BANGKOK, March 28 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets edged down on Wednesday in moderate volumes looking for more clues in the economic data from the U.S. after rallying on hopes of further stimulus from the Federal Reserve. Investors remained cautious in buying the region's risky assets ahead of U.S. durable goods orders data for February, due later in the day ...
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