Thai stocks fell on Friday as world markets drifted ahead of the release of US job figures later in the day and key Chinese economic data on Sunday.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index closed down 4.93 points from Thursday at 1,334.95, but was up 0.8% from the previous Friday's close of 1,324.04. Turnover was 35.19 billion baht, with 7.33 billion shares traded.
Weak sentiment hurt the SET debut of the residential developer Ananda Development Plc (ANAN), which closed at 3.80 baht, down 40 satang from its initial public offering price of 4.20 baht, on the day's highest turnover of 2.2 billion baht.
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