AU: reaffirms rec high rev in 3Q supported by positive SSSG via dessert café, larger branches network yoy at 60 outlets vs 44 in 3Q22, sees margin improved aft revamp suppliers. Comment: Their outlets are all still completely full. HANA: seeks up to US$ 106m via overnight placement 65m shares offered at price range Bt […]

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ADB target 20% FY22 revenue growth >Bt2b driven by bioplastic & med-grade plastic compounds for blood bag, syringe, med equipment & packaging, mulls 50% capacity upgrade to fill demand from overseas. Comment: Great headline but look through the figures of the company, not much happened until the past 2 years and it wasn’t GPM driven. […]

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BANPU sees solid 2Q21 on rising coal price to >$100/ton, while cutting costs in coal mines in Australia and Indonesia. Comment: And AGE and LANNA have benefited as well. JUBILE keeps 10% revenue growth target this year, on solid 1Q which showed a 11% growth, with plans to expand branches and promo in 2H to […]

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EPG’s confident of >Bt9b revenue this year, sees windfall from Biden’s latest infra spending plans. Comment: No, no, no. It’s a margin game for this company, half of it are auto’s (ok fine a recovery) but a “high oil price” is awful for their margins. HANA expects revenue this year to be close to 2019 […]

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BCH: mulls petition for additional 10k SSO patients quota, roll out One Day Surgery (ODS) service to boost traffic and margins, will cod 2 new hospitals January 1,21 (Vientiane in Laos and Prachinburi), sees less capex next year, eyes 10-15% revenue growth target. DELTA, BAM and COM7 are expected to be added to SET50 for […]

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BGRIM to wrap up 4-5 M&A projects both at home and abroad, keeps 10-15% revenue growth target this year. Comment: The cookie monster of the energy space in the region.  BBL reports 4M20 mobile banking transactions +28% yoy from C19, target 11m users from 8.6m by end of year. Comment: Now all of the banks […]

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EASTW give 1.5% discount on tap water sales to Provincial Waterwork Authority for 3 months from April to June 20 to aid those impacted from COVID 19. Comment: Not much of a discount…water has been the only utility to not be targeted for discounts by any government for the past 15 years (from memory) HANA […]

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BANPU BPP, a subsidiary of BANPU, will start commercial operations of a solar farm in Japan. BANPU will begin to book revenue from this shareholding of 15.35MW in 4Q18. BANPU has total electricity production capacity of 2,100MW. It expects earnings of Bt8.8bn, supported by higher coal price and revenue sharing from the power plant business. […]

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ADVANC ADVANC told to stop airing World Cup. The court ruled that ADVANC subsidiary would have to stop airing football’s World Cup 2018 broadcast through AIS PLAY after True Vision filed an appeal. ADVABD ceased broadcasting at 5 p.m. on June 28. (Kao Hoon, 2/7/2018) Comment: A big FU to AIS from TRUE. BGRIM BGRIM […]

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