SE Asia Stocks-Indonesia shares outperform on Q4 GDP, inflows

BANGKOK, Feb 5 (Reuters) – Southeast Asian stock markets advanced on Friday as investors bought shares ahead of holidays, with Indonesian stocks rising to a near six-month high on upbeat economic data and Singapore Telecommunications boosting the city-state’s benchmark. Singapore’s Straits Times Index jumped 2.5 percent, trimming its loss on the week to 0.2 percent. Singtel shares were the biggest gainers, up 6.3 percent, after the company’s Australian subsidiary, Optus, bought airwaves

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 

 

 

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