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20 Dec 2013 : Investors in the Thai financial market on Thursday reacted calmly to the US Federal Reserve's plan to start winding down its aggressive bond-buying stimulus in January as the market has mostly priced in the tapering.
16 Dec 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 9.14 points, or 0.68%, to close at 1,331.99 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 10.2 billion baht, with 2.27 billion shares traded.
16 Dec 2013 : Rubber advanced to a three-month high on optimism that demand will improve as oil climbs, increasing the appeal of the commodity used to make tyres.
16 Dec 2013 : Recap: Asian stock markets fell, tracking Wall Street's pullback, on renewed worries that the US Federal Reserve will scale back its asset purchase programme after it meets this week. Locally, political pressure and foreign fund outflows also rattled the Thai bourse.
16 Dec 2013 : Floors and roofs don't normally have a story behind them. Most people think nothing of them, probably just assuming such things emerge out of thin air and integrate seamlessly into a building.
16 Dec 2013 : December is supposed to be the time for Bangkok residents to chill out and wind down after a long hard slog for much of this year. But it was not to be. The political thermometer has gone through the roof; the mobs are back on the streets again and so the vicious circle of political mayhem continues.
12 Dec 2013 : Gold fluctuated after dropping from a three-week high amid concern that the Federal Reserve will reduce stimulus as US lawmakers reached a budget agreement.
09 Dec 2013 : Baht, bonds and stocks rose as Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the House of Representatives after lawmakers from the Democrat Party quit en masse to join protests aimed at ousting her.
09 Dec 2013 : The SET index settled at 1,359.99 points, down 1.58 points, or 0.12%, with a total trade value of 13.94 billion baht at the end of the morning session Monday.
09 Dec 2013 : Thai stocks were up 0.52% on Monday morning.
09 Dec 2013 : The state-owned Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME Bank) plans to issue US$500 million worth of floating-rate certificates of deposit (FRCDs) and borrow another 3-5 billion baht from the local market.
09 Dec 2013 : I'm 38 now. My income is not consistent, as it depends on how much I want to work, but I can earn monthly income if I don't take a break. My income is in a range between 500,000 and 650,000 baht annually. I also have combined annual income from dividends and interest of around 1.4 million baht. I'm free of debt, with only monthly parental expenses of 25,000 baht. They are quite old, so I think the medical expenses are my main challenge.
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