The Thailand SET Index SET, -1.03% witnessed a 1.0% drop, ending at 1,373.76. Among the various companies, Jasmine Tech Soln JTS, +1.29%, a technology firm, recorded the steepest decline of 7.2%. Similarly, True TRUE, -1.65%, a technology company, saw its shares decrease by 5.9%. Karmarts KAMART, -0.81% also experienced a drop of 5.7%.

On the other hand, Jasmine International JAS, -3.96%, a prominent technology company, emerged as the frontrunner with an impressive surge of 18.6%. Ramkhamhaeng Hospital RAM, -6.25%, a healthcare and life sciences firm, followed suit by showing a 5.9% increase in their shares. The third top leader for the day was Bumrungrad Hospital BH, -1.37%, a healthcare and life sciences company, with a rise of 3.7%.

Moving to other Southeast Asian countries, Singapore's FTSE Straits Times Index STI, -0.42% experienced a decline of 0.4%. Conversely, Malaysia's FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI FBMKLCI, +0.46% exhibited growth of 0.5%. The Philippines' PSEi Index PSEI, -0.66% dropped by 0.7%, while Indonesia's JSX Composite Index JAKIDX, +0.63% witnessed a rise of 0.6%.

Looking at the Asia-Pacific region as a whole: Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index HSI, +0.29% experienced a 0.3% increase, Japan's NIKKEI 225 Index NIK, +0.50% rose by 0.5%, and China's Shanghai Composite Index SHCOMP, +0.26% added 0.3%.

Furthermore, South Korea's KOSPI Composite Index 180721, +0.61% witnessed a growth of 0.6%, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index XJO, +0.74% saw an increase of 0.7%.

On the currency front, the U.S. dollar USDTHB, +0.92% strengthened by 0.9% to reach 35.14 Thai baht, and the euro EURTHB, +0.60% also experienced a rise of 0.6%, amounting to 38.43 baht.

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