SE Asia Stocks-Mostly flat; Indonesia ends near week-low

Reuters

BANGKOK, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Indonesia's benchmark index

fell to its lowest close in almost one week while

Southeast Asian stocks ended mostly flat on Tuesday, with Asian

stock markets weaker ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day

policy-setting meeting.

Large-caps such as Bank Rakyat Indonesia and

Tenaga Nasional led decliners in Indonesia and

Malaysia respectively, amid foreign fund outflows.

Foreign investors withdrew a net $23.07 million worth of

Indonesian shares after Monday's net purchase of $4.6 million,

Thomson Reuters data showed.

The Malaysian bourse reported net foreign selling of 115

million ringgit ($36.68 million), a sixth straight session of

sales.

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SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS

Change on day

Market Current Prev Close Pct Move

TR SE Asia Index* 423.62 424.67 -0.25

Singapore 3208.82 3207.85 +0.03

Kuala Lumpur 1815.65 1818.39 -0.15

Bangkok 1455.86 1449.62 +0.43

Jakarta 4562.77 4590.54 -0.60

Manila 6543.46 6539.81 +0.06

Ho Chi Minh 497.08 496.46 +0.12

Change on year

Market Current End prev yr Pct Move

TR SE Asia Index* 423.62 424.10 -0.11

Singapore 3208.82 3167.08 +1.32

Kuala Lumpur 1815.63 1688.95 +7.50

Bangkok 1455.86 1391.93 +4.59

Jakarta 4562.77 4316.69 +5.70

Manila 6543.46 5812.73 +12.57

Ho Chi Minh 497.08 413.73 +20.15

* The Thomson Reuters South East Asia Index is a

highly representative indicator of stocks listed in Indonesia,

Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Stock Market Volume (shares)

Market Current Volume Average Volume 30 days

Singapore 151,009,500 205,952,652

Kuala Lumpur 144,469,500 121,236,420

Bangkok 5,501,890 8,404,950

Jakarta 3,053,128,500 3,859,238,283

Manila 66,175 91,004

Ho Chi Minh 57,867 66,655

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