TAIPEI, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks are expected to open lower on Monday after Wall Street slumped on Friday, but analysts said purchases by institutional investors for end-of-quarter window dressing could provide support. "The Taiwan index may test support at around 4,100 points," said Kevin Lin, an analyst at Fubon Securities. "But quarter-end window-dressing should provide some support. A short-term rebound is still possible later in the session," he said. Lin saw the index ...
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