Thai stocks slid another 1.4% on Friday, the most in Asia, as a delay in voting on the government's amnesty bill spurred concerns of more protests.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index declined 20.20 points from Thursday to close at 1,405.03, a decrease of 1.7% from the previous Friday's close. Turnover was 36.8 billion baht, with 6.94 billion shares traded.
The local market is up 1% from the end of 2012 and down 14.5% from the year-high of 1,643.34 reached in mid-May.
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