Pandemic leads to exodus of B95bn from Thai bourse

More than 95 billion baht in capital flowed out of the Thai stock market in the first seven months of the year, partly because of the worsening pandemic, sputtering attempts to revive foreign tourism, and possibly a second year of economic contraction.The pandemic situation in ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Three factors hammering Thai stock exchange: analyst

Uncertainty over weak profit forecasts, political issues, and the global economic freeze are hammering the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) Index, said an expert at Tisco Securities.Senior Tisco Securities strategist Apichat Poobunjirdkul said the Thai stock market is currently facing a correction and is likely ...

The Nation Reporter

Govt economic stimuli, rising crude oil prices help SET bounce back

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) Index closed at 1,236.78 on Monday (April 13) marking an increase of 8.75 points or 0.71 per cent.Transactions were worth a total of Bt49.474 billion with an index high of 1,237.23 and a low of 1,220.00.A stock analyst at ...

The Nation Reporter

Stimulus measures boost SET by 8%

Fresh stimulus measures announced by governments and central banks hiked the value of stocks in Thailand by almost 8 per cent on Friday (March 20).Cheered further by the rebounding crude oil price, the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) index closed at 1,127.24 for an increase ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand Now Has the World’s Worst Stock Market

Rising coronavirus cases in Thailand dimmed the outlook for a quick rebound in tourism, sending the nation’s equities benchmark to rank as the world’s worst performer.Thailand’s SET Index’s 5.1% slump on Wednesday, most in six years, came after the government said confirmed cases of the ...

China weakness depresses emerging market shares

Emerging market stocks recorded a second consecutive week of losses amid worries about a slowdown in China’s economy, reflected in weak retail sales and tepid industrial output growth. Also hurting sentiment was the decision by the European Central Bank to end its massive asset-buying scheme, ...

Nuntawun Polkuamdee & Darana Chudasri

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