BANGKOK, April 16 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets mostly rose on Thursday as investors shifted their focus to energy shares after a rally in global oil prices, while Philippines' Bloomberry Resorts Corp jumped after a casino deal in South Korea.
The Thai SET index was up 0.9 percent, led by a 6.4 percent surge in the country's biggest refiner, Thai Oil Pcl , and a 4.8 percent gain in its parent company, PTT Pcl . The index hit a high of 1,563.07, the highest since March 9. Trading volume was relatively thin, with about 2 billion shares chan...
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