ADB ups production capacity of med-grade plastic compounds by 50% to fill demand from healthcare and capture wider margins. AGE target FY22 coal sales volume >6.5m tons, revenue >Bt15b, 3 new business including industrial boiler installation, cargo warehouse & logistic expected to materialize this year, mulls tap in power business. Comment: Coal isn’t finished. CPANEL […]

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KCE’s growth momentum to continue on higher demand for PCB, boosted by growth in IT products and EV related, while extra windfall from weak THB, Tabloid. IMH re-open 200 beds community isolation facility for Covid patients in Ratchburana district. IVL to acquire VN PET packaging co, Ngoc Nghia (NN) capacity 76ktpa for Bt3.1b, transaction to […]

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Notable Transactions Buy(s) THB 7.3 bn OSP – Left pocket right pocket, though I think the seller is probably going to build a massive art gallery after receiving this pile of cash. MJD – Largest shareholder in the family here takes another ~3% of the shares, way below market price. JMART – And boom the […]

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7UP sees rising water sales in Phuket, after Provincial Waterworks Authority cancelled 7 contracts with 7 private firms with 18K m3/day contracts, while water treatment contract with CPF sees solid growth, firm on 50% revenue growth this year. BJC launches BIGC vending machines, target factory workers, industrial estates, hospitals. CHAYO target FY21 revenue growth >25% […]

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“Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi and other top leaders have been detained in an early-morning raid in an apparent “coup,” her party’s spokesperson Myo Nyunt said, a move that came after the country’s military disputed its landslide win in a November election.” Source: Bloomberg Why should those on the Thai equity markets care? You have […]

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BGRIM: ADB sold 2.01% stake in overnight placement (52,295,200 share) at Bt51.40 – Bt52.40 per share, a discount of 2.5% to 4.4%, by JP and Citi. CENTEL signs 3 hotels, 2 in Vang Vieng, Laos & 1 in Khao Yai, adds 304 rooms in portfolios. Comment: I still think CENTEL > MINT in terms of […]

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JKN moves from MAI to SET from today. OSP sets double digit growth for next year, and Bt2.5b capex to boost efficiency and explore new markets. Comment: Basically they are doubling the capacity of the Vitamin C drink. TASCO to book Bt179m insurance claim in 4Q, still have enough crude to feed Malaysian refinery until […]

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BM anticipates solid turnaround 2H supported by recovery parts order from Kubota as workers migrated back from metro to province of domicile due to Covid, in talk Nestle to supply food trucks to create jobs for disables, Bt250m out of Bt500m backlog to realize in 4Q, expects to get more electrical conduit & telcos box […]

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CHAYO: 33.6m new shares from stock dividend tradable tomorrow, October 30. Comment: And now with a higher equity base, will CHAYO have the 8alls to acquire high amounts of bad debt (should the Banks actually sell them into the market, we’re estimating some THB 500bn of official bad debts across the system by year end)  […]

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Notable Transactions Buy(s) THB 181 mn OSP – Two massive buys by family members. TFG – And he’s still buying his shares regardless of the price. Sell(s) THB 109.9 mn MINT – He’s been selling out since this crisis started PJW – Looks like a block ~3% of outstanding shares.

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