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STARTING DATE: 26 Jun 2019

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TOTAL UPDATE: 358 STORIES

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Watch for good local recovery plays

Thai shares swung sharply in the past week within a range of 1,590 and 1,620 points, tracking a similar pattern in global equities. Volatility was fuelled by macroeconomic factors following the recent US Federal Reserve meeting and diverse interpretations of future Fed policy by market participants. Meanwhile, other global risk assets such as bitcoin and gold also nosedived.

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Watch for good local recovery plays
04:00

Worries about economic slowdown depress stocks

Recap: Global shares moved higher on Friday but were still heading for losses compared with a week earlier as investors remain worried over high inflation and an economic slowdown.

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Worries about economic slowdown depress stocks
14 May 2022

Stick with firms that gain from reopening

April typically is the weakest month for share trading activity given the large number of holidays and the low number of trading days. It's not surprising, then, that average trading turnover for the month was just 72 billion baht, down almost 20% from 89 billion baht in March.

14 May 2022
Stick with firms that gain from reopening
14 May 2022

Equities steady after a week of inflation-fed worries

Recap: Global stocks regained some ground on Friday after a turbulent week triggered by concerns over surging inflation, aggressive rate hikes and slowing economies.

14 May 2022
Equities steady after a week of inflation-fed worries
7 May 2022

Bourse dips 1.6% in April, foreign fund inflows increase

The Thai stock market slid 1.6% in April from the previous month, in line with other bourses in the region, but still recorded growth in foreign fund inflows despite global supply chain issues.

7 May 2022
Bourse dips 1.6% in April, foreign fund inflows increase
7 May 2022

Ukraine, inflation and Covid still in spotlight

We expect the SET Index to continue to be volatile. Russia's war in Ukraine will remain in the spotlight, while investors will keep an eye on signals from the US Federal Reserve and the Covid-19 outbreak in China, which is forecast to peak soon. On the domestic front, earnings speculation will continue as the first-quarter reporting season winds down.

7 May 2022
Ukraine, inflation and Covid still in spotlight
7 May 2022

Rate jitters keep stocks on back foot

Recap: Global stocks retreated as markets worried about more US interest-rate increases while Asian shares slumped on a concern that China's Zero-Covid policy may hold back the region's economic growth.

7 May 2022
Rate jitters keep stocks on back foot
30 Apr 2022

Curtain comes down on poor month for stocks

Recap: Global shares moved higher yesterday, buoyed by strong Wall Street corporate earnings, but still heading for the worst month in two years.

30 Apr 2022
Curtain comes down on poor month for stocks
23 Apr 2022

Global economy: Back to the Valley of Death

Since the global economic crisis that originated in the United States 14 years ago, the world economy has faced regular bouts of volatility. Massive capital injections helped the US economy recover from the initial shock in 2008, but also pushed other economies with structural problems, including some in Europe, into sovereign debt crises.

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Global economy: Back to the Valley of Death
23 Apr 2022

Fed chief's rate comments spook investors

Recap: Global stocks fell while bond yields rose yesterday after Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell hinted at more aggressive interest-rate increases next month, spooking markets.

23 Apr 2022
Fed chief's rate comments spook investors