The Thai stock market will remain highly volatile in the second half of next year regardless of politics, as other downside risks will still weigh on the market, says an asset management firm.
Win Udomrachtavanich, the president of One Asset Management, said the market should rebound in the first half following panic selling towards the end of this year on the political face-off.
But three risk factors await in the second half. The US Federal Reserve may still be unclear about the timing to scale down its stimulus packages.
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