Kuala Lumpur: Likely to be higher on positive sentiment


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  • Monday, 21 Nov 2005

SHARE prices on Bursa Malaysia may trade higher this week on the expectation follow-through window-dressing activities, easing crude oil prices and announcement of better third quarter results by listed companies, dealers said. 

They said the positive sentiment next week may lift the Composite Index (CI) to a 910 points resistance level. 

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