BANGKOK, April 2 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed higher on Thursday, with stocks in Singapore posting modest gains ahead of a market holiday while select Thai tourism-related stocks advanced after the government lifted the martial law.
Bangkok's SET index was up 0.4 percent amid selective buying in aviation stocks such as Airports of Thailand after the military government said on Wednesday it had lifted the martial law imposed before a coup 10 months ago. Singapore's key Straits Times Index ended up 0.2 percent, while the Jakarta ...
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