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SET Index closed at 1,743.29 points, down 9.60 points or 0.55%

SET Index closed at 1,743.29 points, down 9.60 points or 0.55%

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Thailand Futures Exchange records 31 percent trading volume rise in 2018

Thailand Futures Exchange PCL (TFEX)’s 2018 derivatives trading volume surged 31 percent from the previous year

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Thailand Futures Exchange gears up for liquidity and quality in 2019 after 31 percent trading volume rise in 2018 and total trading volume surpassed 100 mln contracts in 2018.

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Investors in limbo as Thailand’s SET ends 2018 down 10.8%

Singapore and Philippine stocks also lost more than 10% each as trade tensions between the US and China caused heavy capital outflows.

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2018 was a grim year for equities all round, as only two exchanges in all of Asia Pacific — Mumbai and Wellington — ended the year with positive returns.

Shanghai, (-24.9%) for the year to Dec 27, was the world’s second-worst performer behind Athens (-25.5%).

But according to Nikkei editors Thailand, for example, who raised its key interest rate for the first time in seven years, is among Asian equity markets likely to attract buyers if investors rethink their portfolios as the U.S. economy slows and the Fed reviews its monetary policy.

Foreign investors were net sellers on the SET for the fourth year out of the past five (2016 was the exception with net buying of 77.9 billion baht).

But their net sales in 2018, at 287.45 billion baht, were more than 10 times the 2017 total of 25.75 billion, says the Bangkok Post.

For the year, Singapore and Philippine stocks also lost more than 10% each as trade tensions between the US and China sapped risk appetite and caused heavy capital outflows.

Indonesian stocks declined the least, falling about 2.5%.

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Election next year could send SET to an all-time high of 2,000 points

SCB Securities has said that growth in listed companies and foreign investment could drive the SET Index to 1,900 this year

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SCB Securities has said that growth in listed companies and foreign investment could drive the SET Index to 1,900 this year, while the election next year could send the index to a new high of 2,000. (more…)

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