Thai stocks were almost unchanged on Friday as investors continued to weigh the implications for emerging markets of an end to US Federal Reserve stimulus before the end of the year.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index slid 0.97 points from Thursday to close at 1,360.50, a decrease of 0.8% from the previous Friday's close of 1,372.18. Turnover was 32.8 billion baht, with 4.4 billion shares traded.
The decision by the Constitution Court to void the results of the Feb 2 election appeared to be largely expected by investors in a market that us still up 4.8% from the end of 2013 despite protracted political turmoil.
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