Bangkok, July 8 (EFECOM) .- The Southeast Asian stock markets suffered today as a result of the publication of data on the increase in the employment rate in the United States, which reduce the possibilities of the expected cut in interest rates by of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) later this month.
As a result, the main stock markets of the region closed the day with red numbers, led by the parks of Manila and Singapore.
In Singapore, the Stock Exchange fell 32.58 points, 0.97 percent, and the composite indicator Straits Times closed at 3,334.23 whole.
The Jakarta square lost 21.65 units, 0.34 percent, and the JCI index ended at 6,351.83.
The Kuala Lumpur market fell 4.89 whole, 0.29 percent, and the selective KLCI ended at 1,677.64.
The Bangkok floor fell 0.20 points, 0.01 percent, and the SET index ended at 1,731.03.
In the Philippines, the Manila Stock Exchange fell 66.42 points, 0.82 percent, and the selective PSEi stood at 8,051.52.
The Bag of Ho Chi Minh (former Saigon) lost 8.99 units or 0.92 percent and the VN index closed at 966.35 integers.
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