Thai stocks shed 1% on Friday in line with declines across Asia and amid concern about further slowing in local economic growth, even as foreign investors continued buying undervalued blue chips.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index declined 14.51 points from Thursday to close at 1,408.16, down marginally from the previous Friday's close of 1,409.18. Turnover was 35.04 billion baht, with 7.68 billion shares traded.
The local market is up 8.5% from the end of 2013.
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