SE Asia Stocks -Thai shares eke out slim gain in May; most others up


BANGKOK, May 30 (Reuters) - Thai shares climbed to their highest level in nearly a month on Friday, marking their fourth straight month of gains, as economic hopes brought buyers to benefitting sectors such as banks and retailers though foreign fund flows remained weak. The benchmark SET index ended up 0.5 percent at 1,415.73, the highest close since May 2, eking out a slim 0.1 percent gain for the month. The market rally this week, which was led by domestic buyers, helped shares erase ...


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