Market to trade on cautious mood


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  • Saturday, 15 Feb 2003

THE stock market may continue to trade on a cautious mood next week, with the benchmark KL Composite Index (CI) locked in a narrow trading range as investors continue to speculate on when the US-led coalition will strike Iraq. 

Overall, dealers and analysts expect little excitement on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange in February although traditionally, the month is one of the best for the Malaysian stock market. 

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