DTAC’s confident its newly acquired 26GHz (200MHz) is sufficient to cater for its 5G business, mulls commercial services in 2Q20. Comment: Doesn’t appear to be the case when looking at their share price performance, the market is probably worried about the potential continued loss of customers. GUNKUL target FY20 revenue growth >20-25% yoy, supported by […]

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BAY tightens credit screening for consumer credit clients especially Gen Y who earns <Bt30k/month, see NPLs, aims to curb NPLs from cards & consumer loans within 0.3% from current 0.2%. Comments: And should this generation of consumers lose access to credit which was freely available to the previous generation. Then don’t expect to see any […]

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AOT: AOT released their latest flight/passenger figures last week, and things look awful with passengers -28% for the first week of Feb, expect for this rate of change to increase for the rest of the month. The first step they’ve done to counter the drop is to reduce the landing fee and now there’s news […]

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AMATA expects big-jump this year transfer of 20 hectares lands from 3 industrial estates in Vietnam, target FY20 pre-sales from 3 sites topped 37 hectares aft hit by delay permit last year, will book Bt2.1b revenue from disposal of 49% in Amata City Long Thanh 1&2 in 2H20. Comment: Harrrumpph, they’ve been touting about AMATA […]

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Anything interesting over the weekend? Sure, the Government did their job and approved a budget (only 3-4 months) The 5G bids happened, hello less dividends for all shareholders. Putting things into perspective this year we have seen: A scuffle in Iran with the US taking out a prized target COVID-19 And the SET is only […]

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BAY mulls to cut FY20 loan growth projection from current 5-7% from challenging econ conditions, aims to curb NPLs below 2.5%, sees no impact on NII from BOT’s plan to revamp fees structure. Comment: Second to TCHART, BAY has been consistent performer for the past few years KBANK’s 10 days buyback program kick-off tomorrow (Feb […]

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A study in panic : The coronavirus outbreak could kneecap the tourism and export sectors, though lessons learned from the Sars epidemic may lessen the blow. The novel coronavirus outbreak in China and other parts of the world has struck fear among the masses, with a global health emergency declared by the World Health Organization […]

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