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  • home loansGH Bank sets conservative target

    30 Jan 2015 : State-owned GH Bank (GHB) has set a conservative new housing loans target of 141 billion baht this year, 2 billion below last year, because of economic uncertainty — despite its anticipation of an improvement in the property market.

  • Asian markets fall after US declines

    29 Jan 2015 : HONG KONG — Asian stock markets mostly fell on Thursday, largely on the back of declines in the US triggered by concerns over a strengthening dollar and falling oil prices.

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  • Never too old to save

    08 Dec 2014 : For many people, especially those under 30, retirement always seems a long way away and planning for it is does not feature high on their list of life's priorities.

  • Man arrested in B300m IPO fraud

    06 Dec 2014 : A man has been arrested on a charge of public fraud for selling initial public offering shares he did not have.

  • S&P 500 delivers seventh straight weekly gain

    06 Dec 2014 : NEW YORK - A surprisingly strong US jobs report for November powered US stocks to another record performance, with the S&P 500 registering its seventh straight weekly gain.

  • Gold slips B50 on rosy US jobs data

    06 Dec 2014 : Gold prices slipped 50 baht at its opening at 9.08am on Saturday.

  • Asian markets mostly higher

    05 Dec 2014 : HONG KONG — Asian markets mostly rose Friday, with the dollar again breaking 120 yen while the euro held onto gains after the European Central Bank shied away from fresh stimulus measures.

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    Financing interest in Wind Energy projects blows cold

    05 Dec 2014 : Some Wind Energy Holding projects are at risk of delays as banks put project financing approvals on hold after police issued an arrest warrant for the company's largest shareholder, Nopporn Suppipat.

  • Asian markets extend gains

    04 Dec 2014 : HONG KONG — Asian markets rallied for a third straight day Thursday following another record close on Wall St, as investors cheered an upbeat report on the economy from the US central bank.

  • SET up 3.18 to 1,597.76 points

    04 Dec 2014 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index rose 3.18 points, or 0.20%, to close at 1,597.76 points today.

  • SET rose 0.73 to 1,595.31 at noon

    04 Dec 2014 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went up 0.73 point or 0.05% to close at 1,595.31 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 22.89 billion baht, with 5.86 billion shares traded.

  • SET up 2.26 points at opening

    04 Dec 2014 : Thai stocks opened up 0.14% at the start of trade this morning.

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