BANGKOK, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian shares edged higher on Tuesday as strength in global stockmarkets helped emerging markets rebound from recent losses, with the Thailand index bouncing back from 15-week lows. The Thai SET index finished up 0.07 percent at 1,327.13 after a day of choppy trading and light volumes. It hit a 15-week closing low on Monday amid worries about the political impact on the broader economy and corporate earnings. Gains were led by Bank of ...
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