The Thai stock market this week could escape the impact of the Cypriot government's decision to approve a series of measures designed to help it clinch a bailout deal and avert a financial meltdown, stock analysts said.
Protests in Cyprus, some of them violent, are distant matters that will have little to no effect at all on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, local analysts agree. (AFP Photo)
However, they expressed mixed views on whether the market's expected rebound would last long.
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