Bangkok, Nov 21 (EFE) .- The stock markets of Southeast Asia started today sessions with benefits in Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam and in the red in Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines.
In Singapore, the city-state exchange rose 32.85 points, 0.97 percent, and placed the Straits Times index at 3,419.44 whole. < Jakarta fell 20.38 points, 0.34 percent, and put the JCI index at 6,032.90 whole.
In Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange fell 0.14 points, the 0, KLCI compound indicator at 1,718.22 integers.
In Thailand, the Bangkok Stock Exchange added 1.61 points, 0.09 percent, and set the SET index at 1,715.99 integers. < the Manila Stock Exchange fell 19.71 points, 0.24 percent, and placed the selective PSEi at 8,302.27 whole.
In Vietnam, the Ho Chi Minh Exchange rose 18.65 points and placed the VN index at 922.20 integers.
Regarding the currencies of the region, their quotations per dollar unit were placed at the end of the day:
Indonesian Rupiah 13,534.00
Philippine Peso 50.82
Thai Baht 32.82
Malaysian Ringit 4.14
Singapore Dollar 1.35.