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  • Tom 7:56 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Cement, , , , , , , interest rates, manufacturing, , resume, securities analyst, , Stock Exchange of Thailand, ,   

    Thai bourse index likely to fluctuate heavily next year 

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand’s composite index will remain in an upward trend next year although it will fluctuate greatly in the first and second quarters, according to a leading securities analyst.

    Sukij Udomsirikul , first vice president of Siam City Securities Co’s Research Division, projected the index would peak at 880 points and plunge to the lowest at 540 points in 2010. It is likely to stay at an average of 750 million. (More …)

  • Tom 7:48 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: blue chip, , , firms, , , , , , , Map, , , market value, portfolio, , , Stock Exchange of Thailand, stock market, Thai shares, Thai stock index, , Thailand stock market   

    Industrial impasse forces largest foreign sell-off in nine months 

    Thailand stock market

    Thailand’s stock market in November was affected by domestic negative factors including the suspension of Map Ta Phut Industrial projects and an unresolved political situation with the net selling of Bt 13 billion by foreign investors.

    Thai shares fell 0.59 per cent Wednesday in a market awash with concerns over domestic politics and the global economy. The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) composite index lost 4.11 points to 694.71, while the blue-chip SET-50 index dropped 2.97 points to 487.39. (More …)

  • Tom 9:23 pm on November 29, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: businesses, corporates, , , , Dubai World Company, financial crisis, , , , , , , Stock Exchange of Thailand, , , ,   

    SET believes Dubai financial crisis has no impact on Thai registered corporates 

    Dubai financial crisis

    Dubai: Flickr.com

    The Managing Director of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) believed the financial crisis in Dubai had no impacts on Thai registered corporates, since the incident differed from the crisis in United States.

    Ms Pattariya Benjapolchai, the Managing Director of SET said that the organization had coordinated with the registered corporates and Thai joint venture businesses, to gather information of affected firms from the debt moratorium of Dubai World Company at 3,500 million USD. It was found that some businesses were defunct and some got 100 million THB damages, the situation was not a cause of concern anyway. (More …)

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