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STARTING DATE: 26 Jun 2019

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TOTAL UPDATE: 171 STORIES

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Thailand's best small-cap gems

We believe small-cap stocks will outperform large caps in the post-Covid recovery phase for two reasons. First, small caps were hit harder during the crisis sell-off. Second, as a riskier area of the market, they often perform well in an upcycle led by risk-on sentiment and ample market liquidity.

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Surging Covid caseload dents investor confidence

Recap: Global stocks fell amid surging Covid-19 infections globally, with Hong Kong posting its biggest weekly drop in six months. European stocks fell along with US equity-index futures as investors weighed the receding prospects of a new American stimulus package.

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19 Sep 2020

Few fresh catalysts to stir investor interest

Recap: Asian stocks inched up although most bourses continued to struggle amid worries about a resurgence in coronavirus cases and lingering disappointment that central banks merely affirmed their monetary support this week, without promising any new stimulus.

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Few fresh catalysts to stir investor interest
14 Sep 2020

Investor confidence plunges amid rising political unrest

Investor confidence in Thailand for the three months to November has sunk into bear territory amid a sluggish economic recovery and flaring domestic political tensions.

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Investor confidence plunges amid rising political unrest
12 Sep 2020

Earnings recovery prospects in focus

Concerns related to Covid-19 are finally easing. Though worldwide infections remain high with total cases now above 28 million, the death rate is declining. New cases in the United States have fallen to around 35,000 per day from 100,000 previously. The leader in daily cases is now India at more than 90,000 per day. Overall, market participants appear less concerned about the pandemic and are now training their focus on the economy.

12 Sep 2020
Earnings recovery prospects in focus
12 Sep 2020

ECB uncertainty, US tech plunge rattle investors

Recap: Global stock markets were mixed following a European Central Bank meeting that left investors with questions about extra monetary stimulus, and a plunge in major US tech shares. Fears of a hard-landing Brexit were also fanned after the EU told Britain that it should urgently scrap a plan to break their divorce treaty.

12 Sep 2020 2
ECB uncertainty, US tech plunge rattle investors
9 Sep 2020

SEC mulls hiking futures trading fees

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) plans to replace the annual fee it charges the Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) from the existing 2 million baht per year to 0.05 baht per contract, with a minimum annual collection of 2 million baht.

9 Sep 2020
SEC mulls hiking futures trading fees
5 Sep 2020

Vaccine news a potential shot in the arm for equities

The SET index has been drifting sideways over the past three months, but we expect a rebound in September towards 1,350 points. The index could break above this level if the outlook improves for Covid-19 vaccinations on a wide scale, which would boost sentiment and business activity worldwide, and thereby corporate earnings performance.

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Vaccine news a potential shot in the arm for equities
4 Sep 2020

Mixed day for Asia after Wall Street surge

Recap: Asian equities were mixed yesterday following another blow-out session on Wall Street, with new vaccine hopes and central bank largesse offset by a well-below-forecast US jobs reading and tensions between Washington and Beijing.

4 Sep 2020
Mixed day for Asia after Wall Street surge
2 Sep 2020

Gloves, vaccines shape analyst views

The rubber glove business and hopes for a vaccine are among the core equity investment strategies in the second half, thanks to surging demand and the domestic tourism stimulus package, say analysts.

2 Sep 2020
Gloves, vaccines shape analyst views