Thai Stock Market Roundup February 12, 2020

A short summary to inform investors of what had happened in the Thai stock market on February 12, 2020.

SET closed at 1,539.84 points, increased 15.91 points or 1.04% with a trading value of 54.8 billion baht. The analyst stated that the Thai stock market continued its gain as investors shrugged off virus fear after new cases showed a slower sign. Investors’ attention now turned to the announcement of financial statements starting from this week. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Reserve also had a positive outlook on the U.S. economy as well, sending positive factors across equity markets.

The analyst suggested investing in energy, Telecom, banking and refinery-related sectors with a support level at 1,530 and a resistance level at 1,550.

Local Institutions and Proprietary Trading combined a net buy of 2.4 billion baht, shrugged off coronavirus fear.

– SEC approved SCC’s ฿25bn debenture with an A+ (tha) rating from Fitch Ratings.

– Baht appreciation hit hard on KCE, plunged its 2019 profit by 53% to ฿934mn.

EA invested ฿5mn to acquire 99% of Subyai, aimed to invest in wind power plants.

AJA established 3 new subsidiaries to expand and diversify its business.

FPT’s net profit plunged 58.4% due to a lower sale of industrial properties.

SCC 2019 profit plunged 28% from a drop in chemical prices, still offering ฿7 dividend payment.

– IFA approved BBL’s acquisition on “Permata” to have reasonable transactions and prices.

GUNKUL acquired a ฿377mn project from PEA to construct 2 substations.

HANA in China was back to operation with the concern of the supply chain due to the outbreak.

MCOT surged 4.23% after NBTC compensated ฿6.68bn for 2600MHz.

– Stocks in Focus on February 12, 2020: SISB (Finansia Syrus Securities TP at ฿12.00/share) and LH (KGI Securities TP at ฿11.50/share).


Top 10 Most Impact Shares on February 12, 2020