Thailand Stocks Fall


The composite Thailand SET Index SET, -0.03% dropped by 0.1% to 1,387.38 on Friday.

Declining Stocks

Super Turtle TURTLE, +1.23%, a media/entertainment firm, experienced the largest decline with a 6.7% drop. This was followed by automotive company AAPICO Hitech AH, -4.39%, which saw a 4.6% decrease. Company Khon Kaen Sugar Industry KSL, -0.75% also dropped by 3.0%.

Top Performers

Jasmine Tech Soln JTS, , a technology company, was the biggest leader during the session with an impressive jump of 11.7%. Financial services firm AIRA Capital AIRA, +1.14% gained 6.7%. Thoresen Thai Agencies TTA, -1.53%, operating in the transportation/logistics space, secured the third position with a 5.4% increase.

Southeast Asia

In other parts of Southeast Asia, Singapore’s FTSE Straits Times Index STI, -0.15% declined by 0.1%. Meanwhile, Malaysia’s FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI FBMKLCI, -0.01% remained flat. The primary stock exchanges in the Philippines and Indonesia were closed.

Asia-Pacific Region

Hong Kong stocks experienced a drop, with the Hang Seng Index HSI, -0.83% down by 0.8%, while Japan’s NIKKEI 225 Index NIK, +0.09% gained 0.1%. China’s Shanhai stock exchange was closed.

Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index XJO, +0.07% gained 0.1% and reached 7,644.80. South Korea’s Korea Exchange was closed.

Currency Front

On the currency front, the U.S. dollar USDTHB, +0.11% climbed by 0.1% to 35.89 Thai baht, and the euro EURTHB, +0.10% climbed by 0.1% to 38.68 baht.

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