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SE Asia Stocks-Most fall in line with broader Asia; Indonesia climbs 1 pct

* Philippines, Singapore extend falls

* Indonesia, Thailand outperform

By Aman Swami

Nov 13 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell

on Tuesday, tracking broader Asia after a selloff on Wall Street

overnight, although hopes of a de-escalation in the Sino-U.S.

trade tension underpinned investor sentiment.

The South China Morning Post reported, citing sources from

both sides, that China's top trade negotiator Liu He may visit

Washington to prepare for the talks between U.S. President

Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the

sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina later this month.

Philippine shares declined 1.2 percent, extending

falls into a third session, dragged by industrial and real

estate stocks. SM Prime Holdings declined 2.3 percent,

while JG Summit Holdings fell 6.9 percent.

Singapore shares declined for a third consecutive

session, dragged by financials. DBS Group Holdings,

the city-state's largest lender, slipped 0.9 percent, while

rival United Overseas Bank Ltd fell 1.2 percent.


Malaysian shares extended falls into a third

session, with IOI Corp Bhd shedding 3.1 percent to a

near 11-month closing low and IHH Healthcare Bhd

declining 2.8 percent to its lowest close since July 2014.

Trade tensions between the United States and China will

create a "domino effect" and prompt other countries to turn

protectionist, said Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.

Vietnam shares declined 1.4 percent, dragged by

financial and real estate stocks. Joint Stock Commercial Bank

for Investment and Development of Vietnam fell 3.7

percent, while real estate investor Vingroup JSC ended

2.7 percent lower.


Indonesian shares were the top gainers in Southeast

Asia with a rise of 1 percent. Consumer staples and financials

led the gains with United Tractors Tbk PT and Bank

Central Asia Tbk PT rising 5.5 percent and 1.6 percent

respectively.

Thai shares climbed 0.3 percent, helped by consumer

staples.

Glass container manufacturer Berli Jucker PCL rose

1.4 percent, while convenience stores operator CP All PCL

climbed 2.6 percent to a more than one-month closing

high.

"Stocks are rising on internal factors like government

improving infrastructure and linking of our three airports,"

said Teerada Charnyingyong, an analyst with Phillip Capital

Thailand.

"The government also announced measures to stimulate

spending by promoting the tourism sector."

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SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS

Change on day

Market Current Previous Close Pct Move

Singapore 3053.6 3068.15 -0.47

Bangkok 1659.78 1654.85 0.30

Manila 6843.83 6926.2 -1.19

Jakarta 5835.198 5777.053 1.01

Kuala Lumpur 1687.57 1696.14 -0.51

Ho Chi Minh 905.38 918.12 -1.39

Change on year

Market Current End 2017 Pct Move

Singapore 3053.6 3402.92 -10.27

Bangkok 1659.78 1753.71 -5.36

Manila 6843.83 8558.42 -20.03

Jakarta 5835.198 6355.654 -8.19

Kuala Lumpur 1687.57 1796.81 -6.08

Ho Chi Minh 905.38 984.24 -8.01

(Reporting by Aman Swami; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)