- The SET Index (THD, TF, TTF) falls 0.5%, adding to Thursday's 5.2% decline — Thursday marked the worst start to a year for the country's equity market in at least two and a half decades.
- Thai shares are now trading at around 10.5X forward earnings, which is the cheapest they've been since the summer of 2012.
- "Market sentiment is very weak with no foreseeable solution on the current political deadlock in the near future,” the CIO of the country's largest private money manager tells Bloomberg.
- In other regional action, Indonesian shares (IDX, IDXJ, EIDO) are lower by 1.6% and stocks in Malaysia (EWM) fall nearly 1%.
Thai shares off to rough start in 2014, regional markets fall
Jan 3 2014, 09:34 ET