SE Asia Stocks-Philippine falls on foreign selling; others flat to weaker

April 17, 2015 11:07 AM

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BANGKOK, April 17 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets ended flat to weaker on Friday as Philippine stocks slid on selling led by foreign funds and Singapore shares extended losses with investors locking in gains in an overbought market.

The Philippines' key index closed 0.02 percent lower on Friday, the worst performing bourse on the week after it dropped 2.2 percent from its record closing high of 8,127.48 the previous Friday. Shares of Universal Robina Corp and GT Capital Holdings were the top two losers on the day, with foreign ...

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