Thai stocks slipped 0.3% yesterday in line with weakness in global markets, as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of a G20 finance ministers' meeting this weekend.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index fell 5.22 points to close at 1,521.52, an increase of 1.6% from the previous Friday's close of 1,497.30. Turnover was 54.52 billion baht, with 13.17 billion shares traded.
Foreign investors were net sellers on Friday of 1.89 billion baht worth of Thai shares and local brokers sold 158.9 million. Local institutions were net buyers of 1.27 billion baht and individual investors were net buyers of 780.65 million.
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