Thai stocks declined another 1.1% on Friday as investors saw few signs of anti-government protests ending anytime soon.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand Index fell 15.06 points to close at 1,361.57, a decline of 0.7% from the previous Friday's close of 1,371.13. Turnover was 30.14 billion baht, with 4.95 billion shares traded.
The local market is down 2.15% from the end of 2012 and 17% from the year-high of 1,643.34 reached in mid-May.
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