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The 10 standout stocks of 2020


Bangkokbiznews on Tuesday zoomed in on the top 10 stocks that generated the highest returns in 2020.

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They are:

1. Delta Electronics (Delta): Share price of the electronic components manufacturer and distributor increased by 808.41 per cent with the highest price of Bt838 per share and lowest at Bt27.

2. Wow Factor (W): Share price of this electronic components manufacturer increased by 575 per cent with the highest price of Bt0.29 per share and lowest at Bt0.02.

3. Singer Thailand (Singer): Share price of the sewing machine and home appliance distributor increased 377.06 per cent with the highest price of Bt29.25 per share and lowest at Bt3.62.

4. Asiasoft Corporation (AS): Share price of the online game and mobile game operator increased by 360.32 per cent with the highest price of Bt6.85 per share and lowest at Bt0.78.

5. Regional Container Lines (RCL): Share price of this container shipping company increased by 301.13 per cent with the highest price of Bt15.40 per share and lowest at Bt1.66.

6. Yggdrazil Group (YGG): Share price of this computer graphic business increased by 254 per cent with the highest price of Bt20 per share and lowest at Bt3.22.

7. I&I Group (IIG): Share price of this digital and technology consultant increased by 240.91 per cent with the highest price of Bt27.50 per share and lowest at Bt12.60.

8. Silicon Craft Technology (SICT): Share price of this microchip manufacturer increased by 194.20 per cent with the highest price of Bt7.15 per share and lowest at Bt3.54.

9. Ziga Innovation (Ziga): Share price of this pre-zinc structural steel pipe electrical conduit manufacturer and distributor increased by 178.43 per cent with the highest price of Bt3.14 per share and lowest at Bt0.57 per share.

10. AgriPure Holdings (APure): Share price of this holding company, whose main businesses are manufacturing and distribution of agro products, increased by 171.79 per cent with the highest price of Bt2.56 per share and lowest at Bt0.45.

Published : January 12, 2021

By : The Nation