Thai stocks rebound as amnesty bill debated

Foreign investors dump Thai stocks (THD, TF, TTF) for a fourth-straight session, selling some $62.4M worth of shares, according to Reuters. Thankfully, domestic bargain hunting after Monday's sell-off looks to have saved the day as the SET rises 2% in Bangkok.

Today, Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra defended a controversial amnesty bill that would mediate corruption charges against her exiled brother but said her party would drop the bill if it fails to pass the senate.

Across the region: Philippine shares are fractionally lower, Vietnamese stocks (VNM) are up 0.6%, and Malaysian and Indonesian markets are closed.

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