AOT admits covid-19 is the biggest challenge it’s ever faced, worst case would see net profit dropping to Bt10b vs Bt22.11b consensus. Comment: Risk happens fast. Best time to fly still. BJCHI signs 2 contracts worth Bt880m in AU. CP Group lands $10b Tesco deal, but needs approval from Office of Trade Competition Commission (OTCC), […]

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CPF to set up shrimp farm in the U.S. to reduce logistic costs and tax barrier. FSMART to add 2,000 top-up machines and 4,000 vending machines this year, to start distribution biz and car title loans. Comment: Well there we go, more ways for low income earners to mortgage their future. LANNA buys RDF fuel […]

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AAV may save as much as Bt800m after Cabinet cut jet fuel tax from Bt4.726/liter to Bt0.20/liter, Bt300m for THAI. Comment: But it may not make up for the loss in demand.  ADVANC, TRUE, DTAC, TOT and CAT have all submitted bids for 5G spectrums, with ADVANC and TRUE said to be vying for 3 […]

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AMATA signs consortium with Dept of Urban and Housing and Development (DUHD) to develop smart city in Yangon Myanmar, AMATA will hold 80% of the projects. Comment: The share price has finally come off (with the market) but I still wonder where are these land sales? BBL no cash call plans for Permata acquisition, seeks […]

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AOT to sell bidding envelop for Suvarnabhumi and Donmuang duty free pick up counters during Nov 28 – Dec 13, expecting to receive 3% of sales. Comment: More and more $ coming into AOT BCP expects 130K/bbl/day next year, sets Bt800m capex for 60 new gas station from current 1,200, including 2 in Myanmar, Bt8b […]

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AWC sets Bt55b 5-year capex for 13 projects, doubling number of rooms, signs management contract with Marriott International for 3 hotels in Pattaya and Phuket. Comment: Yay more hotels! Now how much of these projects will come from the parent to selling to the public co? BGRIM’s firm on Bt44b revenue this year, after booking […]

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ANAN target 7 new projects worth Bt21.93b, 1 in 3Q and 6 in 4Q, maintaining Bt29b full year transfer, Bt19b to transfer last 4 months. Comment: It’s all back ended to the 4Q as it typically has always been for ANAN and the majority of property companies. So lets see how much damage there is […]

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AOT: to pay extra Bt 243m for state property charges at DMK and regional airports for FY17/18, also expects to pay additional Bt 1.44b for FY19, according to filing. Comment: A small drop in the cash flow making machine that is AOT KTC: may be added to MSCI, upcoming reshuffle announcement on Aug 7, tabloid. […]

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ANAN reports Bt10.915b 1H presales, account for 30% of FY19 target of Bt36b, mulls 8 project in 2H worth Bt27b. Comment: Similar to AP, fantastic presale numbers, if the presale numbers continue on this positive trend then I wouldn’t be surprised to see the sector re-rate towards the end of this year AOT signed contract […]

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AP’s 1H19 presales stood at Bt20.8b, +20% or 50% of Bt41.8b this year target, plans 23 new projects worth Bt27.265b in 2H. Comment: What real estate crisis? Of course the question lies in whether or not the projects transfer CPF expects windfall from ASF swine outbreak in Vietnam, sees swine price and sales volume recovery […]

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