* Consumer stocks favoured, commodities ease * Risks of global weakness cloud market mood * Money still leaving Thailand ahead of election By Viparat Jantraprap BANGKOK, June 24 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets edged higher on Friday as investors bought stocks expected to benefit from domestic consumption but resource shares pulled back as the weak global economic outlook depressed commodities. Risk appetite appeared weak, with market turnover falling short of the 30-day ...
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