BANGKOK, June 5 (Reuters) - Thai stocks may rise on Tuesday, with a strong oil market lending support to energy shares and on hopes that European policymakers and the wider G7 will take decisive action to address the worsening euro zone crisis bolstered sentiment in Asia.
On Friday, the benchmark SET index dropped 2.3 percent to 1,115.19 as worries about the deepening euro zone debt crisis and China's slowing economy prompted selling ahead of a three-day weekend.
Resistance for the main index was seen at 1,130, with support at 1,100, brokers said.
"The market may do well on the back of positive regional markets but it could also be a little bit weak later. I expect some selling too because we missed losses in the region on Monday," said Therdsak Taveeteeratham, senior analyst at broker Asia Plus Securities.
At 0244 GMT, the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1.2 percent, after tumbling 2 percent during Monday's sell-off which had been sparked by last week's weak U.S. jobs data.
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