Stocks on Bursa Malaysia ended lower yesterday in very quiet trading as investors remained cautious over US economic developments and the ongoing European debt crisis. Investors were also adopting a wait-and-see attitude and anticipated more projects to be announced under the Economic Transformation Programme, before investing for the long term. The FBM KLCI closed 0.83 point easier at 1,579.84, after trading within a narrow range of between 1,577.76 and 1,581.69 throughout the day. Losers led advancers by 429 to 257, while 346 counters were unchanged. Turnover dwindled to 713.17 million shares, valued at RM1.37 billion, from 843.27 million shares, worth RM1.57 billion, recorded on Wednesday.