Thai Stock Market Roundup on March 5, 2021

SET Index closed at 1,544.11 points, increased 10 points or 0.65% with a trading value of 104 billion baht. The analyst stated that the Thai stock market performed better than the regional market, buoyed by the energy and banking sectors from a surge in oil prices and oil yield, respectively.

The analyst expected SET Index next week to move sideways within the support level at 1,500-1,510 points and a resistance level at 1,560 points, while advising investors to monitor the development of U.S. bond yield.

– A 3 billion baht selloff from Local Individuals erased SET’s gain to only 10 points amid surging oil prices.

– SET put BEAUTY in a “cash balance” measure from March 8, 2021 – April 16, 2021.

WHA expected higher sales revenue from transferring land in industrial estate along with a recovery in logistics business.

RBF booked 272 million baht from selling two hotels.

RS expected revenue in 2021 to reach 5.7 billion baht, advancing to penetrate commerce business with more new products.

BAFS surged more than 3% after acquiring 7 solar farms from PDI, expecting to record ฿120Mn to its revenue in 2021.

– Analysts expected significant contribution from PTG’s non-oil, recommending “BUY” at Bt27.00/share.

– Analysts raised SAWAD’s target price to ฿101, seeing partnership with GSB as a growth driver.

– Stocks in Focus on March 5, 2021: TOP (Krungsri Securities TP at ฿64.00/share) and ILM (Country Group Securities TP at ฿18.00/share).


Top 10 Most Impact Shares on March 5, 2021

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