Thai stocks slipped 0.5% on Friday in line with declines across Asia, amid investor concerns that the US Federal Reserve could soon start winding down its stimulus programme.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index fell 7.31 points from Thursday to close at 1,445.76, a decrease of 0.5% from the previous Friday's close of 1,453.71. Turnover was 38 billion baht, with 8.19 billion shares traded.
The local market is up 3.8% from the end of 2012 and down 12% from the year-high of 1,643.34 reached in mid-May.
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