Philippine stocks fall 4 pct to two-month lows
BANGKOK - The Philippines' main share index fell more than 4 percent on Tuesday, underperforming other Southeast Asian stocks, amid broad-based selling in large caps led by shares in Ayala Land and Ayala Corp.
The main index was down 4.35 percent at 5,892.89, the lowest since June 26, on resuming trade after a three-day weekend.
As of 12 noon, the main index stood at 5,893.04.
Stocks in Indonesia were down 1.9 percent and Thai stocks fell almost 1 percent.