Most Southeast Asian stock exchanges start at a loss

Most Southeast Asian stock exchanges start at a loss

The stock markets of Southeast Asia started today the stock market with losses in most of the parks, except in those of Indonesia and Thailand, which did it upwards.

In Singapore, the Stock Exchange of the city-state lost 2.61 points, 0.09 percent, and placed the Straits Times Index at 3,044.78 points.

In Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange fell 2.38 points, down 0.14 percent, and the KLCI index was 1,706.11 points.

In the Philippines, the Manila Stock Exchange subtracted 23.18 points, 0.34 percent, and the PSEi indicator stood at 6,861.20 points at the start of the negotiation.

In Indonesia, the Jakarta Stock Exchange gained 19.67 points, 0.34 percent, and the JCI index started at 5,722.49 points.

In Vietnam, the VN index of the stock market of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) opened with 945.89 points after yielding 48.07 points or 4.84 percent.

In Thailand, the Bangkok Stock Exchange advanced 9.32 points, equivalent to 0.55 percent, and the SET index started at 1,764.93 points.

Regarding the currencies of the region, their quotations per dollar unit were placed at the beginning of the day:

Singapore Dollar 1,374

Philippine Peso 54,053

Indonesian Rupiah 15,197

Malaysian ringit 4,154

Thai Baht 32,655

Vietnamese Dong 22,721


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