BBL BBL has budgeted Bt200mn to invest in “Thai Payment Network”, increasing its shares to 69.08%. It targets to expand business as the country moves towards a cashless society. (Thun Hoon, 19/9/18) BEAUTY A mutual fund in the US is interested in BEAUTY due to its strong fundamentals and good future. It expects some good […]

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EASTW EASTW is preparing to sign a water sales contract with GULF on Aug 24 to supply 60k cubic meter per day. The contract period is 25 years, worth Bt6bn. This will increase EASTW water sales volume. (Thun Hoon, 20/8/18) GCAP GCAP plans to adjust 2018 loan target from Bt1.8bn. The outcome will be clear […]

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GLOW GLOW reported 2Q18 earnings of Bt1.8bn, down 36.5% YoY. 1H18 earnings were Bt4.4bn, down 6.7% YoY, due to higher maintenance cost and FX loss. (Kao Hoon, 1/8/18) Comment: Interesting, just as the acquisition is completed does GLOW report weaker earnings. HMPRO HMPRO posted 2Q18 earnings of Bt1.3bn, up 16.03% YoY. 1H18 earnings were Bt2.56bn, […]

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AP AP plans to launch 35 new projects with a total value of Bt54.3bn to boost 2H18 operations. It reported 1H18 presales of Bt17.3bn, accounting for 52% of this year’s presales target of Bt33.5bn. It has Bt52bn backlog and will recognize Bt10.3bn this year. (Thun Hoon, 9/7/18) BCPG BCPG targets its EBITDA to double (from […]

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Fun times at SCB First the media notes that “The report said the central bank played a role in recommending Mr Boontuck to sit on the board and probe the bank’s heavy lending to three companies: Sahaviriya Steel Industries Plc, Pace Development Corporation… “ Source: https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1480809/boontuck-joins-scb-board SCB has retorted that “Recent media reports have suggested that […]

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BGRIM BGRIM at risk of losing two projects. BGRIM is facing a risk that development of two power plants (BGPR1 and BGPR2) with total capacity of 240 MW might not be able to continue, because these two projects need to relocate to other industrial estates after the V.R.M. Industrial estate (the original location for these […]

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ANAN ANAN targets 2018 revenue of Bt38bn, implying growth of 152%. It currently has backlog of Bt53.7bn, of which Bt30.62bn will be booked as revenue this year. It plans to launch 16 projects and expects to generate presales of Bt35.067bn. It is cooperating with its partner to launch four serviced apartments in March 2018. (Khao […]

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BA BA reports 3Q17 loss of Bt157.28mn, on a fall in average revenue per passenger of 10.1% from intense competition in the industry. (Thun Hoon, 17/11/17) Comment: Every airline posted another quarter of poor earnings, but if oil goes the way I think (i.e. down), every player should be benefit BR BR plans to expand […]

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ADVANC ADVANC reports 3Q17 net profit of Bt7.469bn, growing by 14% in tandem with the increase in total revenue, while EBITDA increased by 15% to Bt17.589bn because of effective cost and expense management. It plans to invest Bt5bn to expand its high-speed internet network. (Thun Hoon, 3/11/17) Comment: The news that 1) the NBTC set […]

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If you want to know why the hotels are full, anything tourism related buzzing – just look at ERW, CENTEL, MINT, AOT, AAV. As a result of the continuing issues surrounding N. Korea, Chinese tourists are avoiding S. Korea and making their way to other parts in the region/world, and Thailand being the land of […]

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