Thai Stock Market Roundup April 26, 2019

A short summary to inform you of what had happened in Thai stock market on April 26, 2019.

PCD adjusted foreigner shareholding structure, and established a new subsidiary to support electricity power plant in Hong Kong.

– DMF approved SEAOIL to produce oil within DD field in Suphan Buri province

CPanel showed a backlog of THB 500 Million, targeting its revenue to increase 30% from the positive sentiment in real estate.

DTAC’s 1Q19 profit grew 7% to ฿1,408 million from lower depreciation and amortization charge.

NOBLE rose as much as 6% as BTS stepped in as the 3rd major shareholders, holding 9.9% of NOBLE’s share. However, the share closed flat at the end of the session.

CAZ continued to fall as the company could not clarify the source of “income received in advance”. The share fell 15% in five days, making a new low.

CRANE hit the ceiling at 29.14%, analysts anticipated short-term speculation after a long laggard.

FPT joined “Mitsui Fudosan” to establish two subsidiaries, aiming for warehouse management.

THAI announced to issue 7 series of debentures for a total of not exceeding THB 10 billion with a maturity of 1-15 years, offering to major investors and institutions.

Institutions alone made a net sell of THB 1.77 billion, pressured SET to close 6 points lower.

SET closed at 1,667.15 points, sank 6.17 points or 0.37% with a trading value of THB 40.8 billion. Sell pressure from blue-chip shares plunged the market in today’s session while investors were still waiting to see the financial statement which should be released in a few days from now.


Top 10 Most Impact Shares on April 26, 2019