SE Asia Stocks-Most retreat amid global concerns; Jakarta off record

BANGKOK, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stocks mostlyretreated on Monday amid concerns over the global economicoutlook, with Indonesia coming off an intraday record on sellingin recent gainers such as Astra International


property shares led Singapore lower.

Jakarta's Composite Index

fell 1 percent, erasingearly gains that pushed the main index to an intraday recordhigh of 4,324.79.

Indonesia's biggest listed company by market capitalisationAstra International lost 2.4 percent after a 5.8 percent surgeon Friday when the main index closed at a high of 4,311.31.

In Singapore, CapitaLand Ltd

dropped 3.3 percentwhile other property shares also fell after new governmentmeasures were introduced to cool the city-state's propertymarket.

The benchmark Straits Times Index

finished down 1percent. It was up 1.55 percent last week and was SoutheastAsia's second-best performing market after the Philippines

.Malaysia's index

ended unchanged, with foreigninvestors buying shares worth a net 117 million ringgit ($38.30million) while retail and local institutions were net sellers,stock exchange data showed.

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Change on dayMarket Current Prev Close Pct MoveTR SE Asia Index* 415.91 418.82 -0.69Singapore 3076.65 3107.87 -1.00Kuala Lumpur 1660.22 1660.23 0.00Bangkok 1304.71 1311.35 -0.51Jakarta 4268.23 4311.31 -1.00Manila 5434.13 5439.84 -0.10Ho Chi Minh 393.45 388.16 +1.36Change on yearMarket Current End prev yr Pct MoveTR SE Asia Index* 415.93 346.30 +20.11Singapore 3076.65 2646.35 +16.26Kuala Lumpur 1660.22 1530.73 +8.46Bangkok 1304.71 1025.32 +27.25Jakarta 4268.23 3821.99 +11.68Manila 5434.13 4371.96 +24.30Ho Chi Minh 393.45 351.55 +11.92

* The Thomson Reuters South East Asia Index

is ahighly representative indicator of stocks listed in Indonesia,Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Stock Market Volume (shares)Market Current Volume Average Volume 30 daysSingapore 193,192,600 297,178,040Kuala Lumpur 118,762,700 150,782,667Bangkok 10,098,226 6,015,642Jakarta 3,089,334,500 5,703,989,317Manila 67,668 82,656Ho Chi Minh 35,591 40,281

($1 = 3.0545 Malaysian ringgits)

(Reporting by Viparat Jantraprap; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)

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