* Foreigners buy Thai, Manila, Malaysia during the week * Thai benchmark hits near 16-yr high * Jakarta underperforms, sees foreign selling By Shihar Aneez Feb 24 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets were mixed on Friday, with Thailand hitting a near 16-year high while concerns over rising oil prices and economic slowdown in the euro zone hurt some indexes. Despite volatility, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia this week enjoyed foreign inflows of $340.4 million , $133.2 million ...
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