– BJC planned to expand its business by opening 8 more “Big C”.
– PACE plunged 12% over the news of capital increase and selling Dean & DeLuca Cafe Japan.
– RS would reclassify its sector from Media & Publishing to Commerce starting March 29, 2019.
– SUPER jumped 10% after SEC gave a green light to its fund “SUPEREIF” while expecting units offering in April.
– BJC aimed to issue four series of debentures not exceeding ฿16 billion to be subscribed on March 18-20.
– JKN aimed to broadcast a world-class economic news after acquiring rights from NBC to increase its revenue by 5%.
– DOD rebounded 9% the assertion of constant revenue growth and no selloff from major shareholders as rumored.
– CHO stressed no termination of E-Ticket system notice from BMTA, and the company was still running the operation as usual.
– Shareholders approve EARTH to bring back the previous directors to their positions.
– Foreign Investors are back on selloff track to pour THB 1.96 billion, plunging SET by 3.79 points.
– SET closed at 1,635.88 points, down 3.79 points or 0.23% with THB 38.2 billion in value. Krungsri Securities stated that the index was taking a halt after a high jump yesterday regarding the increment of stock weight from FTSE that will rebalance tomorrow ATC. Krungsri recommends to continue keeping a close eye on the situation in Britain as the parliament will vote today whether to request an extension of Brexit from E.U. or not.
Top 10 Most Impact Shares on March 14, 2019