Thai stocks dipped 0.1% on Friday to close at their lowest point this year and complete a fifth straight weekly decline.
Turnover was heavy as funds continued to flee emerging markets in response to planned cutbacks in US Federal Reserve stimulus spending.
The baht also hit a nine-month low of 31.23 to the US dollar before rallying in the afternoon.
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