Thailand bounces as military says it's not a coup

|By:, SA News Editor

A day after the army declared martial law and stocks fell 1.1%, Thailand's SET index gained 0.6%, with Army Chief Prayuth Chan-Ocha pledging this is not a coup, and that military control will be short. There have been about a dozen coups in Thailand since a constitutional monarchy was set up in 1932.

THD, TTF

The Philippine Stock Exchange halted a 2-day rally and fell 1.8% following the weak session the U.S.

ETF: EPHE.

Indonesia bounced 0.3% one day after a big decline brought on by a key election-season political defection.

ETFs: IDX, EIDO, IDXJ