Foreign investors flee Thai shares ahead of March election

FILE PHOTO: The gate of Government House is seen in Bangkok, Thailand February 8, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Foreign investors have dumped $338 million in Thai equities in seven straight sessions, the longest losing streak in more than two months, as worries about potential political instability grip the nation ahead of elections in March. Thailand’s main stock index has lost about 175 billion baht ($5.63 billion) of its market value […]

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