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1. business | 19 Jun 2013
» Thailand's baht fell to within 0.4% of a nine-month low and bonds dropped as investors waited for a signal from the US Federal Reserve on the future of its stimulus program that has spurred fund flows to emerging mar...
2. business | 18 Jun 2013
» Thailand's stocks fell Tuesday, reversing earlier gains, amid speculation overseas investors may add to the biggest monthly net sales in almost two years.
3. news | 18 Jun 2013
» Singapore's air conditions remain at a level categorised as "unhealthy" as the worst smog in 16 years caused by forest fires on the Indonesian island of Sumatra enshrouded parts of the island city and Malaysia.
4. news | 18 Jun 2013
» PTT Plc (PTT), Thailand's importer of liquefied natural gas, has received a spot cargo from Qatar at its Map Ta Phut terminal, according to a company official.
5. business | 13 Jun 2013
» Thailand's baht traded 0.4% off a nine-month low and government bonds dropped as overseas investors reduced holdings of the country's assets amid a worsening global economic outlook.
6. business | 12 Jun 2013
» Thailand's baht weakened beyond 31 per US dollar for the first time since September as international investors cut holdings of the country's assets amid speculation the US Federal Reserve will trim its monetary s...
7. news | 11 Jun 2013
» Emerging-market stocks tumbled to a nine-month low, led by the biggest declines in Philippine and Thai stocks since 2011, and currencies weakened amid concern the United States Federal Reserve will reduce stimulus.
8. news | 06 Jun 2013
» BEIJING - China's crackdown on fake export invoices used to disguise money flows is probably cutting the nations trade figures, revealing subdued global demand that will weigh on economic growth.
9. business | 05 Jun 2013
» Coca-Cola Co Chief Executive Officer Muhtar Kent marked the return of the world's largest soda maker to Myanmar after 60 years by opening a bottling plant and pledging more investment in the newly opened economy.
10. business | 05 Jun 2013
» Thailand's baht fell to a five-month low after foreign funds pulled money from local assets amid speculation the government will take steps to control fund flows and the Federal Reserve will reduce its stimulus.