BANGKOK, March 14 Foreign investor confidence in
Thailand has risen to "neutral", the first improvement in four
months, on signs of accelerating government spending, a survey
of stock market players showed on Monday.
BANGKOK, Feb 9 Foreign investors' confidence in
Thailand fell for a third straight month as concern about
domestic politics exacerbated lack of appetite for risk assets
amid a slowdown in the Chinese economy, a survey of stock market
players showed on Tuesday.
BANGKOK, Feb 9 The number of Thai corporate
borrowers issuing new bonds may surge 15 percent this year to
topple a near decade high in 2015, particularly small and
medium-sized companies with problems getting loans from banks.
SINGAPORE A surge in socially responsible investments to $59 trillion globally over the past decade is nudging Asian firms to change a notoriously insular management style to one that actively addresses corporate governance concerns.
BANGKOK, Jan 11 Foreign investors are the most
bearish about the Thai stock market as global economic
uncertainties weigh over government policies to boost the
economy, a survey showed on Monday.
BANGKOK, Dec 18 Shares in Thailand's telecoms
sector slid to a three-year low on Friday as investors worried
about the cost of 4G mobile licences and the possible entry of a
new player that could spark a price war.
BANGKOK/SINGAPORE As a broad-based recovery in Southeast Asian stocks from this year's bear market lows fades, investors are now pivoting to bottom-up strategies and selectively seeking stocks exposed to the region's more enduring growth themes.
BANGKOK, Oct 28 Thailand's Thonburi Hospital
Group is planning to raise about 8 billion baht ($225 million)
in an initial public offering next year that could make it the
third-largest listed healthcare stock in Thailand, the group's
BANGKOK, Aug 7 Thailand is hoping that
crowdfunding could provide an alternative for small companies
struggling to fund growth as banks cut back on lending.
BANGKOK Thailand's market regulator plans a major shakeup to the country's 3.5 trillion baht ($100.98 billion) mutual fund industry to meet rising demand for riskier investment instruments with higher yields.