The SET Index gained 3.7 per cent in the last two weeks to close at 1,352 on March 6.
Secondary Mortgage Corporation (SMC) will launch its first ever public offering - for mortgage-backed securities (MBS) worth Bt3 billion-Bt4 billion this year - to retail investors, who have developed a greater awareness of SMC's business...
Composite index ends week up 2.24% as 'shutdown' subsides
Foreign investors have staged a return to the Stock Exchange of Thailand, signalling an easing of the political situation, after their net sales of Thai stocks declined, said SET executives.
Aberdeen Asset Management Co remains positive on Thai stocks this year, provided the political situation does not deteriorate further. Thailand offers better value in equities than other parts of Asia, backed by high dividend yields. Its companies...
Allianz Ayudhya eyes higher sales of health, life policies
The SET Index could climb to 1,400-1,450 points by year-end now that the political turmoil shows signs of abating soon, while listed companies could show earnings growth of 12.2 per cent, dividend yield of 3.3 per cent and total return of 14.9 per...
Eleven Thais are on Forbes' 2014 billionaires list, led by Charoen Pokphand Group's Dhanin Chearavanont.
J Asset Management (JAM), the asset-management subsidiary of JMT Network Services (JMT), has purchased hire-purchase bad debt worth Bt3.26 billion from Siam Commercial Bank.
Tisco Asset Management expects the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) Index to hit 1,400 points this year, with a market recovery on the cards for the second half of this year if the country's political problems can be resolved in the first half.