SE Asia Stocks-Most shed gains; Thai index falls on foreign selling

April 23, 2015 10:52 AM

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BANGKOK, April 23 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended lower on Thursday, with Thai shares giving up early gains due to foreign-led selling but a rate-cut hope and bargain hunting in a reporting season lifted some stocks.

Thai key SET index closed down 0.5 percent amid active selling in large caps such as Krung Thai Bank, Kasikornbank and PTT. Shares of industrial conglomerate Siam Cement bucked the trend, with a gain of 1.1 percent ahead of its quarterly results due around mid next week. Leasing company Srisawad Pow...

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