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51. business | 25 Feb 2015
» The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 3.90 points, or 0.24%, to close at 1,594.76 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 36.17 billion baht, with 7.62 billion shares traded.
52. news | 19 Feb 2015
» A 49-year-old Irishman plunged to his death from the 36th floor of a condominium building in Bang Lamung district, near Pattaya, late Wednesday night.
53. business | 17 Feb 2015
» Thailand’s economy in the fourth quarter beat expectations by expanding 2.3% from a year earlier. At that pace, it’s extending a two-year streak of lagging behind its neighbours in Southeast Asia.
54. business | 17 Feb 2015
» Economic growth accelerated more than expected in last year's fourth quarter, but the rate was still not enough to achieve 1% annual growth as projected by the government's planning agency.
55. news | 16 Feb 2015
» NELSON (NEW ZEALAND) - Chris Gayle's big-score drought continued Monday when he was removed for 36 after the West Indies were sent in to bat against Ireland in the World Cup fixture in Nelson.
56. business | 12 Feb 2015
» The rupiah fell the most in almost two weeks as the prospect of a Greek default or exit from the euro damped demand for emerging-market assets.
57. business | 11 Feb 2015
» The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 3.59 points, or 0.22%, to close at 1,591.37 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 26.72 billion baht, with 5.83 billion shares traded.
58. business | 06 Feb 2015
» Consumer sentiment fell last month after an 18-month high in December, as people grew more concerned about the country's slow economic recovery, relatively low farm prices and weak export growth.
59. business | 05 Feb 2015
» The consumer confidence index fell to 80.4 points in January from 81.1 last December over concerns of a slow economic recovery, appreciation of the baht, weak exports and low prices for farm products.
60. news | 03 Feb 2015
» LA JOLLA (UNITED STATES) - Tiger Woods fell to 56th in the world rankings released Monday and is in danger of failing to qualify for next month's World Golf Championships event at Doral.