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ASEAN Sigla di Association of South East Asian Nations, organizzazione creata allo scopo di contribuire allo sviluppo economico, sociale e culturale dei paesi del Sud-Est asiatico, assicurando al contempo la stabilità dell’intera regione. Fu costituita nel 1967 da Filippine, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore e Thailandia, cui si sono aggiunti Brunei nel 1984, Vietnam nel 1995, Laos e Myanmar (ex Birmania) nel 1997 e la Cambogia nel 1999. Ha sede a Giacarta.

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Jun 4, 2013 6:01 PM GMT+0200

Stock markets in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand have gone from being the world’s best to among the worst as the threat of reduced bond purchases by the U.S. Federal Reserve sends foreign investors to the exit.
Equity indexes in the three markets have declined more than 3.5 percent since May 22, when Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said policy makers could consider reducing stimulus if the U.S. labor market improves. International money managers pulled a combined $1.6 billion from the Southeast Asian countries in that period, the most since August 2011, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand led a four-year rally in global stocks as buoyant local economies sent corporate profits to records and the Fed’s debt buying spurred investors to seek higher-yielding assets. While Religare Capital Markets and Samsung Asset Management say economic growth in the three nations will remain strong, they anticipate more equity declines as the Fed moves closer to paring back its bond purchases.

“It’s easier to take money off the table in Southeast Asia,” Vincent Fernando, the head of Asean research at Religare in Singapore, said in a phone interview yesterday. “It’s too soon to say there’s a big buying opportunity.” Asean refers to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

The Philippine Stock Exchange Index has dropped 9.6 percent since May 22, Thailand’s SET Index sank 4.6 percent and the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) lost 3.6 percent. That compares with a 2.5 percent retreat in the MSCI All-Country World Index and a 0.5 percent slide in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. The Philippine gauge is the fourth-worst performer among 94 primary indexes tracked by Bloomberg from May 22 to yesterday. Thailand’s is 13th worst.

Cash Outflows Turn World?s Best Stocks to Worst: Southeast Asia - Bloomberg

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