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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.
09 Dec 2013 : Recap: Worries about US Federal Reserve tapering flared up again following a drop in the unemployment rate and depressed global bourses. The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) moved sideways as the lingering political turmoil weighed on market sentiment. The SET index moved in a very tight range of 1,351.67 and 1,329.94 throughout the week before closing on Friday at 1,361.57, down 0.7% from the previous week, with the daily average turnover of 34.62 billion baht.
09 Dec 2013 : As the year draws to a close, investors are on a shopping spree for long-term equity funds (LTFs) and retirement mutual funds (RMFs), the two types of money pools that offer tax savings.
05 Dec 2013 : The outstanding balance of cash advances drawn by farmers' credit cards was close to 8 billion baht at the end of November.
03 Dec 2013 : With the government removing all barriers and barbed wire, rally leaders are declaring victory? But Ms Yingluck is still prime minister, so who really won? For now, many people would rather celebrate or just breathe a sigh of relief.
02 Dec 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 15.32 points, or 1.12%, to close at 1,355.81 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 13.02 billion baht, with 2.24 billion shares traded.
02 Dec 2013 : Thailand’s baht touched an almost three-month low as protesters seeking to oust Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra vowed more unrest after clashes left four dead in Bangkok at the weekend.
02 Dec 2013 : I began my career one year ago earning 15,000 baht a month, but now I make 34,000 baht because I changed my job. I have no fixed expenses, plus I don't have to take care of my parents financially.
02 Dec 2013 : All the talk about solar power's benefits has prompted the energy industry and even end-users to pin their hopes on a resource that Thailand enjoys in abundance _ sunlight.
02 Dec 2013 : One good deed begets another. Isn't that how CSR is supposed to go? At least that's the theory.
02 Dec 2013 : Recap: Wall Street notched a record high last week as investors bet that the US Federal Reserve will keep buying assets. For Thai shares, local political tensions continued to prevent the market from running up.
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