AIT AIT reported 3Q18 earnings of Bt61.8mn, -50%YoY. It expects revenue to drop and costs to stabilize next year. Backlog is Bt2.2bn. It is bidding for new projects to raise backlog. (Kao Hoon, 8/11/18) Comment: The traditional IT sector in Thailand has been dead ever since the military came in. ATP30 ATP30 reported 3M18 earnings […]

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BEM BEM notified arbitrator that the Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) already paid the premium difference between the Chalerm Mahanakorn and the Si Rat Expressway toll plus interest. There are many cases that BEM expects to win. (Thun Hoon, 1/11/18) Comment: Well EXAT did just make a bucketload from TFIFF… so was that used to […]

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CKP  CKP has raised its revenue growth target to 15% from 10%, because the quantity of water has risen increased to support electricity production in Q3. Xayaburi power plant will run operational tests this month. (Kao Hoon, 3/10/18)    CPALL  Revenue Department allowing Counter Service to be the agent for tourist VAT refund for a […]

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BCPG BPCG expects to book extra gain of Bt3.185bn from the sale of two power plants to a mutual fund in Japan. It has budgeted Bt10bn and is working with a foreign partner to set up a 100MW power plant. The decision will be known in 2H18. It expects 2018 revenue growth of 15-20%. (Thun […]

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AGE AGE reported that 1H18 coal sales volume broke its target of 1.8mn tons. It expects 2018 sales volume of 3mn tons supported by Chinese imports, which were the highest in 54 months. It has already exported 200k tons coal to China. 2Q18 earnings were Bt46.5mn, +39.25%YoY. (Thun Hoon, 9/8/18) MGT MGT is negotiating for […]

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Momentum  This is still a thought in progress, thus excuse the usual typos/grammatical errors etc etc … but the idea of momentum (effectively I’m thinking of a derivative of Soros’ Theory of reflexivity) is an interesting phenomenon. There is something to be said about the nature of momentum for a company’s business and thus its […]

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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 had transfers of Bt3.84bn (+72%) and sales of Bt6.685bn (+51%). It maintains its 2018 transfer target of Bt38bn (+152%). It has Bt53.6bn of backlog. (Thun Hoon, 11/5/18) Comment: But the hangover of Ashton Asoke is going to cap upside regardless of how well the company is performing CHEWA CHEWA had net profit of […]

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COM7, KBANK KBANK has partnered with SET-listed COM7, a distributor of peripheral computer devices, to set up mini-branches in Banana IT shops to take advantage of a 50% lower operating cost compared to a normal branch. KBANK plans to open 20 new mini-branches over the next three years and it is in talks with another […]

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EA TRIS Ratings revised up credit rating of EA to A- from BBB+, with stable outlook. It says core fundamentals are strong and it has high cash with production capacity of 664 MW. (Khao Hoon, 10/4/18) Comments: And yet the price continues to collapse, why? Without the upside impact of the battery tech it’s worth […]

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