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16 Oct 2021

Reopening lifts spirits but watch inflation trend

In the past week, the Thai stock market moved sideways up in a range between 1,630 and 1,650 points. Sentiment was bolstered by the prime minister's announcement that the country will reopen to foreign tourists from selected countries on Nov 1, providing time for operators to prepare.

16 Oct 2021
Reopening lifts spirits but watch inflation trend
16 Oct 2021

Strong earnings lift stocks but inflation a worry

Recap: Global stocks rallied yesterday, helped by strong quarterly earnings from Wall Street, while spiralling energy prices spurred concerns over a global energy crunch and inflation. Brent oil futures traded near $85 a barrel for the first time since October 2018.

16 Oct 2021
Strong earnings lift stocks but inflation a worry
9 Oct 2021

Post-lockdown investment strategy

September was an overall surprise as the SET Index moved in the range of 1,600 and 1,650 points and reached its peak for the year at 1,658.08 early in the month. Average turnover increased significantly to more than 92 billion baht per day and foreign investors returned as net buyers of 11 billion baht, in stark contrast to the net selling of 88 billion baht for the first eight months of the year.

9 Oct 2021
Post-lockdown investment strategy
9 Oct 2021

Equities steady ahead of key US jobs report

Recap: Global stocks were mixed on Friday as investors awaited a key US employment report that could influence the Federal Reserve's timeline for scaling back its stimulus. European markets pulled back slightly but still held gains as investors welcomed the lifting of the US debt ceiling.

9 Oct 2021
Equities steady ahead of key US jobs report
2 Oct 2021

Host of worries add up to rocky start to Q4

Recap: Global stocks began the fourth quarter on the back foot yesterday as fears are mounting about high inflation, slowing growth, rising interest rates, a global energy crunch that is causing prices to soar, and regulatory risk in China.

2 Oct 2021
Host of worries add up to rocky start to Q4
25 Sep 2021

Beware the risk of a stagflation world

In the third quarter of this year, the world economy and investment climate began to deteriorate after strong momentum in the first half. Gross domestic product growth in many countries peaked in the second quarter, while purchasing managers' indices, especially in developed countries, fell, with the Chinese index falling below the break-even level of 50 amid a renewed lockdown.

25 Sep 2021
Beware the risk of a stagflation world
25 Sep 2021

Evergrande drama keeps investors on sidelines

Recap: US equity futures and European shares dropped and sovereign bond yields in Europe climbed as uncertainty around the fate of debt-plagued China Evergrande Group dented investor sentiment. Gold prices edged higher after a 1% drop in the previous session, spurred by a subdued dollar.

25 Sep 2021
Evergrande drama keeps investors on sidelines
18 Sep 2021

Reopening optimism an investment driver

In the past week, Thai shares moved sideways in a range between 1,620 and 1,640 points. Sentiment was bolstered by a proposal to reopen Bangkok from Oct 15 to foreign tourists without a quarantine requirement -- on condition that all districts in the capital achieve 70% vaccination before that date.

18 Sep 2021 1
Reopening optimism an investment driver
18 Sep 2021

Fed policy and Evergrande debt weigh on sentiment

Recap: European and emerging markets were mixed on Friday as global investors and traders weighed the prospect of reduced US Federal Reserve stimulus and risks from a likely default by the debt-ridden Chinese property developer Evergrande.

18 Sep 2021
Fed policy and Evergrande debt weigh on sentiment
11 Sep 2021

The reopening investment theme

With August now in our rear-view mirror, hope is building that the country might finally be getting to grips with Covid-19. Earlier in the month we saw new cases climb from 15,000 per day to more than 20,000, with a peak on Aug 13 at 23,481. The country crossed the one-million threshold on Aug 20, but reported cases subsequently began declining, falling below 15,000 on most days. That led the government to announce the easing of lockdown measures for most provinces from Sept 1.

11 Sep 2021