Reuters  Oct 7  Comment 
Thai shares extended their losses for a second day on Tuesday, led lower by large caps such as PTT and Siam Cement, while Bumi Resources shares underperformed in Indonesia after the company cut the size of its rights issue. Bangkok's SET index was...
Reuters  Aug 1  Comment 
The Thai index ended modestly lower on Friday as gains in banking shares overshadowed losses in big-cap energy while the Philippine benchmark recouped early losses amid inflows into large-caps, led by Philippine Long Distance Telephone. The SET...
Reuters  Jun 26  Comment 
Most Southeast Asian stock markets gained on Thursday, in line with the other regional markets on expectations the U.S. would delay raising interest rates after weak first-quarter growth in the world's largest economy. The U.S. economy contracted...
Mondo Visione  Jun 9  Comment 
No changes to FTSE SET Large Cap Five additions to the FTSE SET Mid-Cap Index Twelve additions to the FTSE SET Shariah Index FTSE Group (“FTSE”), the award-winning global index provider and the Stock Exchange of Thailand...
Mondo Visione  Jun 6  Comment 
No changes to FTSE SET Large Cap Five additions to the FTSE SET Mid-Cap Index Twelve additions to the FTSE SET Shariah Index FTSE Group (“FTSE”), the global index provider and the Stock Exchange of Thailand (“SET”) announce today...
Financial Times  Jun 3  Comment 
The country’s benchmark Set index climbed 0.9 per cent to be more than 2.5 per cent up since the May 22 coup
Reuters  May 26  Comment 
Southeast Asian stocks mostly fell on Monday, with Thai shares declining for a second day as caution remained after a military coup last week, while Malaysia hit its lowest close in more than two weeks on selling by local investors. The Thai SET...
The Straits Times  May 23  Comment 
May 24, 2014 1:21 AM THAILAND'S economy may have been battered by seven months of political unrest, but the benchmark SET index still managed to outperform the Straits Times Index for the year to date, gaining 7.4 per cent as of yesterday. The...
Reuters  May 23  Comment 
Thai shares fell more than 2 percent in early trade on Friday, a day after the army chief seized control of the government in a coup, while local investors bought risky assets as no violence was seen since martial law was imposed on Tuesday....
Wall Street Journal  May 23  Comment 
Thailand's benchmark SET index fell 1.1% Friday, a day after the military seized power in a coup, while Japan's Nikkei led gainers in an otherwise modestly positive session for Asia.




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