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  • China cuts rates again

    28 Feb 2015 : BEIJING — China on Saturday cut interest rates for the second time in three months, adding to signs that Chinese leaders are worried that the economic slowdown is deepening too sharply.

  • SET falls 6.54 points to 1,587.01

    27 Feb 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 6.54 points, or 0.41%, to close at 1,587.01 points today.

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  • SEC to relax structured-note rules

    06 Feb 2015 : The Securities & Exchange Commission plans to relax rules surrounding structured-note issuance as part of its attempt to capitalise on its proximity to some of the region’s fastest-growing economies.

  • SET up 6.26 points at opening

    06 Feb 2015 : Thai stocks opened up 0.39% at the start of trade this morning.

  • Myanmar defends lacklustre bond sale

    05 Feb 2015 : YANGON — Myanmar's Central Bank on Thursday defended its first sale of government debt under the reformist regime as "successful", despite selling less than half of the US$50 million offering, as it looks to finance rising state spending.

  • SET up 8.11 to 1,607.92 points

    05 Feb 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index was up 8.11 points, or 0.51%, to close at 1,607.92 points today.

  • Asian markets jittery over Greece woes

    05 Feb 2015 : HONG KONG — Concerns about Greece's plans to renegotiate its bailout rattled Asian markets Thursday and put pressure on the euro, while Shanghai and Hong Kong reversed early gains despite China cutting the amount of funds banks must hold in reserve.

  • SET down 5.57 in afternoon

    05 Feb 2015 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index remained down by 5.57 points or 0.35% at about 3pm Thursday. Total trading value was 30.10 billion baht, with 7.16 billion shares changing hands.

  • SET down 4.54 points at opening

    05 Feb 2015 : Thai stocks opened down 0.28% at the start of trade this morning.

  • KKP targets 6% loan growth

    05 Feb 2015 : Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group (KKP) aims for 6% lending growth this year and is set to be the country's first financial institution to offer Lombard loans to serve high-net-worth customers.

  • Growth put at 4.3% by BAY economist

    05 Feb 2015 : The economy is expected to expand by 4.3% this year driven by a strong rebound in public and private investment, while the reform process will help sustain future growth momentum, says a Bank of Ayudhya (BAY) economist.

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    Report highlights emergence of non-bank players

    05 Feb 2015 : The key challenges faced by banks in the age of digitisation have been intensified by the emergence of alternative non-bank players, or "FinTechs", says a Deloitte report.

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