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  • Panasonic to end TV production

    31 Jan 2015 : OSAKA — Panasonic Corp has decided to stop making televisions in China as part of its measures to turn around the money-losing business, sources close to the matter said on Saturday.

  • Gold jumps B300 on weak US data

    31 Jan 2015 : Gold prices surged 300 baht per baht weight at 9.20am on Saturday.

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  • PTT sees oil collapse as opportunity for US acquisitions

    03 Dec 2014 : Thailand’s biggest energy company is on the lookout for acquisitions in the US as slumping oil prices pressure drillers with limited access to new funding, according to PTT Pcl’s chief financial officer.

  • Thailand improves in corruption index

    03 Dec 2014 : Thailand has moved up 17 places to 85th in the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index rankings from 102nd in the previous year.

  • Asian markets boosted by US data

    03 Dec 2014 : HONG KONG — Asian markets mostly rose for a second straight day Wednesday, following another slate of impressive US data that helped the dollar march towards the 120-yen mark for the first time in seven years.

  • SET closes up 0.58 to 1,594.58

    03 Dec 2014 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index was flat on Wednesday, rising 0.04% or 0.58 points to close at 1,594.58.

  • Takata rejects airbag-recall demand

    03 Dec 2014 : Takata Corp rejected a US regulator’s demand to expand its regional air-bag recalls to the entire country, sticking to its piecemeal approach to a potentially deadly flaw in millions of cars.

  • SET up 1.01 to 1,595.01 at noon

    03 Dec 2014 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index inched up 0.06% or 1.01 points to close at 1,593.82 on Wednesday.

  • Thai banks chase regional dreams as domestic lending boom fades

    03 Dec 2014 : Thailand's big banks are hitching a ride on the caravan of Thai companies departing for new growth centres in the Greater Mekong region, which includes Myanmar and southern China, as a chill in retail lending drives them to look outward for long-term growth.

  • SET up 2.82 points at opening

    03 Dec 2014 : Thai stocks opened up 0.18% at the start of trade this morning.

  • Gold prices up B50 to B18,700

    03 Dec 2014 : The Gold Traders Association this morning announced buying prices at 18,328.44 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments and 18,600 baht per baht-weight for gold bar.

  • Australia's economy slows as private investment weakens

    03 Dec 2014 : Australia's economy slowed more than expected in the third quarter, dragged down by falling private investment, data showed Wednesday, in another sign of the nation's rocky transition away from mining-led growth.

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