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Jun
SET Ind Semi-Annual Review: 4 additions to SET50 index, 9 additions to SET100 index and 8 additions to SETHD index https://t.co/jMFjlIyZDH
14
Jun
.@BursaMalaysiaKL adds 5 more PLCs to FTSE4Good Bursa Malaysia Index https://t.co/h3outGOt2V @BursaMKTPLC #beBursa #beSustainable
19
May
Global Fund Managers Show Keen Interest In Malaysia's Stock Market https://t.co/lwwL43HxAp
18
May
Thai Bourse Promotes Financial Discipline Toward Sustainability And Stability https://t.co/v78jUhAeOJ
28
Apr
SGX And REITAS Launch First Ever REITs Race https://t.co/2ElS4lImds
28
Apr
Vietnam Climate Finance Capacity Building Project https://t.co/G6z4P39mk5
18
Apr
Bursa Malaysia hosts Exchanges and CCP leaders for the 33rd WFE-IOMA Annual Derivatives & Clearing Conference https://t.co/Rev61DFzUq
14
Apr
ASEAN Exchanges Rollout FTSE4Good ASEAN 5 ESG Index https://t.co/AfO1UkAoAo
18
Mar
Thai Bourse’s Listed Firms Mark 2015 Dividend Payment Record High https://t.co/oVOUHDvqGY
18
Mar
SGX Plans To List Contracts On MSCI China Free Index SM https://t.co/2zMMdymcSi
18
Mar
NSE And SGX To Launch The World’s First Offshore Indian Sector Futures https://t.co/tO5FBON3AK
17
Mar
Thai Bourse Market Report For February 2016 http://bit.ly/1TPMi0z
03
Mar
Thai Bourse's Charity Mini Marathon "SET Bull Run" Successfully Attracts Over 3,300 Runners http://bit.ly/1WVQMk2
03
Mar
POC2016: 27th Global Palm And Lauric Oils Conference In Kuala Lumpur://aseanexchanges.com/MediaCentre/552
16
Feb
RT @adbpublications: Mobility of skilled workers key to @ASEAN Economic Community success. #AEC https://t.co/27hFQwOtby https://t.co/uVNzcm…
12
Feb
SGX reports market statistics for January 2016 http://bit.ly/1o4VvUP
12
Feb
Thai bourse market report for January 2016 http://bit.ly/1SLb2qk
28
Jan
Successful launch of SGX SLInG LNG Derivatives https://t.co/1aorH3pFcB
27
Jan
Thai Bourse and SEC to launch 'Digital IPO', one-stop digital listing service https://t.co/I0HVZkz3co
26
Jan
SGX reports 2Q performance with net profit of $84 million https://t.co/LLx0oeW3TD
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19 July 2016 - reuters.com
SE Asia Stocks-Lower ahead of BOJ meeting; S'pore down on bleak jobs data
28 July 2016
source: reuters.com
    July 28 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stocks were lower 
on Thursday, in line with Asian peers, as investors turned 
cautious ahead of a meeting by the Bank of Japan as it faces 
political pressure to support Shinzo Abe's bigger-than-expected 
fiscal spending package. 
    Japan's economy minister called on the central bank to work 
with the government to boost growth after the Japanese Prime 
Minister sent a "powerful message" by announcing a 28 trillion 
yen ($267 billion) stimulus package on Wednesday.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N1AE1A4 
    "Markets are watching out for BOJ's reaction in relation to 
the announcement as there is no pre-commitment to anything 
specific yet," said Vishnu Varathan of the Singapore-based 
Mizuho Corporate Bank. 
    "Nikkei's softer footing has also had an influence on the 
broader markets." 
    Japan's Nikkei fell nearly 1 percent, undermined by a 
stronger yen and nerves before the BoJ's monetary policy 
decision on Friday.  MKTS/GLOB  
    Asian stocks were mostly lower on Thursday as Chinese 
equities deepened their losses, souring risk sentiment that had 
improved earlier after the Federal Reserve provided a positive 
assessment of the U.S. economy. 
    The Fed left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but said 
near-term risks to the U.S. economic outlook had diminished. 
 urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nS0N18U00T 
    Philippines  .PSI  lost 1.2 percent, dragged down by 
consumer staples and utilities. 
    Infrastructure group Aboitiz Equity Ventures  AEV.PS  and 
food-to-petrochemicals conglomerate JG Summit Holdings  JGS.PS  
were among the top losers on the index. 
    Markets are falling on profit-taking as a lot of large-cap 
stocks have posted gains, and there are no local catalysts 
holding the market, said Grace Aller, an analyst with 
Manila-based AP Securities. 
    Singapore stocks  .STI  were trading nearly 1 percent lower 
as labour market data showed the unemployment rate rose to 2.1 
percent in the second quarter, at levels last seen in the first 
quarter of 2014.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nS7N196000 
    Malaysian stocks  .JKSE  fell 0.5 percent, led by consumer 
cyclicals and consumer staples.  
    Casino operator Genting Bhd  GENT.KL , the biggest loser on 
the index, fell 5.3 percent. 
    Jakarta  .JKSE  and Vietnam  .VNI  fell marginally, while 
Thai stocks  .SETI  inched up. 
     
     
For Asian Companies click;  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nTOPEQA   
 
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS 
     
     
  STOCK MARKETS                                     
  Change at 0500                                    
 GMT                                        
  Market          Current      Previous    Pct Move 
                               Close        
  Singapore       2912.73      2941.49     -0.98 
  Bangkok         1517.48      1515.4      0.14 
  Manila          8000.19      8100.48     -1.24 
  Jakarta         5268.676     5274.361    -0.11 
  Kuala Lumpur    1654.83      1663.56     -0.52 
  Ho Chi Minh     653.65       656.11      -0.37 
                                            
  Change on year                            
  Market          Current      End 2015    Pct Move 
  Singapore       2912.73      2882.73     1.04 
  Bangkok         1517.48      1288.02     17.81 
  Manila          8000.19      6952.08     15.08 
  Jakarta         5268.676     4593.008    14.71 
  Kuala Lumpur    1654.83      1692.51     -2.23 
  Ho Chi Minh     653.65       579.03      12.89 
  
 (Reporting by Hanna Paul; Editing by Biju Dwarakanath) 
 ((Hanna.Paul@thomsonreuters.com;)) 
 
Keywords: SOUTHEAST ASIA STOCKS/ 
     
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