SE Asia Stocks-Down after Chinese clampdown; Manila underperforms

April 20, 2015 6:52 AM

53 0

April 20 (Reuters) - All Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Monday, tracking global markets on concerns of further crackdowns on margin financing by Chinese authorities, but China's decision to cut reserve requirement ratio capped further decline.

Philippines underperformed the region with a 1.8 percent fall, trading at a near one-month low, led by financials. Singapore's Strait Times Index was 0.7 percent down at a near one-week low and Indonesia's Jakarta Composite Index fell 0.4 percent to its lowest since March 27, while Thailand's SET In...

Also read: McDonald's beats expectations for profit, sales

Read more

To category page