* Consumer, banks outperform the region * Philippines posts biggest quarterly gain in Asia * Thai stocks hit 3-week high despite election jitters By Viparat Jantraprap BANGKOK, June 30 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets pushed higher on Thursday amid a broad rebound in risky assets helped by the Greek parliament's initial vote for an austerity package to tackle debt problems, spurring demand for big-caps at the end of the quarter. Foreign money flowed into the region, ...
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