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International factors could guide SET trend next week
Jun 06. 2020
SET rises sharply as foreign investors return in droves
Jun 06. 2020
Locals flock to the beaches in Chonburi province to the East of Bangkok as the government eases lockdown restrictions, though the country remains closed to foreigners for fear of a second wave of infections. 
Gloomy future as further economic contraction predicted
Jun 06. 2020
Oil storage tanks stand illuminated at a refinery in Tuapse, Russia, on March 22, 2020. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Andrey Rudakov.
OPEC+ set to extend oil cuts as meeting called for weekend
Jun 05. 2020
Waiters deliver food to a table at a restaurant after coronavirus disease restrictions were lifted in Houston on May 27., 2020. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Callaghan O'Hare.
U.S. jobless rate unexpectedly fell in May as hiring rebounded
Jun 05. 2020
Stock soar after surprise drop in U.S. jobless rate
Jun 05. 2020
Siritida Panomwon na Ayudhya, assistant governor at the Bank of Thailand
Trial begins on country’s first peer-to-peer lending platform
Jun 05. 2020
SET rises over hope of recovery as countries ease lockdown measures
Jun 05. 2020
Limited upside seen for SET Index
Jun 05. 2020
Gold rises on the back of unsteady stock markets 
Jun 05. 2020
Stocks drop most in 2 weeks; Treasurys decline
Jun 05. 2020
The U.S. economic slide is likely bottoming out, but a recovery could take years
Jun 05. 2020
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BBS works on masterplan for U-Tapao airport, adjacent city as it awaits Navy’s permission
Jun 05. 2020
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Over 250 trade activities planned to boost Thai exports
Jun 05. 2020
Bank of Thailand (BOT) senior director Don Nakornthab
With inflation in negative domain, Thailand may enter deflation, warn economists
Jun 05. 2020
Border economic zone development going on at steady pace: NESDC
Jun 04. 2020
Private equity gets big win with U.S. nod to tap 401(k) plans
Jun 04. 2020
Rents
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The next big problem: Businesses can't or won't pay their rent. It's setting off a dangerous chain reaction.
Jun 04. 2020
Stocks soar as investors look past civil unrest to home in on economic high notes
Jun 04. 2020
Buddhipongse Punnakanta
Plans hatched for Thai version of Netflix
Jun 03. 2020
Ministry teams up with Grab, Alibaba to tap online potential for Thai agricultural products
Jun 03. 2020
Stocks rise for 3rd day on outlook for reopening
Jun 03. 2020
Boris Johnson
Johnson revamps agenda to meet worst British recession in 300 years
Jun 03. 2020
106 development projects proposed for EEC
Jun 03. 2020
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