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  • BUSINESS

    North korea and oil slump keep investors on sidelines

    Business, Published on 10/07/2017

    » Recap: A long-range missile launch by North Korea put investors back in risk-off mode early last week. A sharp decline in oil prices further dampened sentiment before a Friday rally on Wall Street in response to better-than-expected job figures for June. A buying spree in energy giant PTT following a recent fall and in banking stocks ahead of second-quarter earnings results helped limit losses in the Thai stock market.

  • BUSINESS

    Investors keep the party going in year's first week

    Business, Published on 09/01/2017

    » Recap: Asian stock markets started the year on a strong footing, rising in response to more upbeat sentiment about the global economy and indications that the US Federal Reserve might not be as aggressive in raising interest rates as earlier predicted. The Thai stock market joined in the rally.

  • LIFESTYLE

    TPO strengthens Kingdom's bond with Myanmar

    Life, Published on 06/10/2016

    » The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO) performed in Myanmar in late August as cultural ambassadors to further strengthen friendship between the two countries.

  • BUSINESS

    Oil rout, China weakness-keep-stocks-on-back-foot

    Business, Published on 18/01/2016

    » Recap: Asian stock markets swung back and forth last week but brief rebounds proved unsustainable in the face of dire economic news. Oil prices sank to a 12-year low below US$30 per barrel as investors worried about the health of the global economy, while the slowdown in China and volatility in its markets continued to make for a nervous start to the year. The Thai stock market had a similarly wild ride, tracking the regional bourses.

  • BUSINESS

    China worries hit stocks as blast deepens set pain

    Business, Published on 24/08/2015

    » Recap: A fresh Chinese equity rout triggered by weak manufacturing data and accelerating outflows, plunging oil prices and sabre-rattling between North and South Korea roiled stock markets across the world last week. The deadly bombing at the Erawan shrine in Bangkok further rattled nerves in Thailand, where stocks plunged well below 1,400 points.

  • LEARNING

    US Environmental Protection Agency to share know-how

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 25/01/2011

    » Concrete steps to make Map Ta Phut liveable and ensure safe limits on industrial expansion may be realized soon.

  • LEARNING

    Thailand Open champ is NOT Nadal

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 04/10/2010

    » Spain's Guillermo Garcia-Lopez hard-fought championship victory over Jarkko Nieminen got far less attention than his semi-final win over world number one Rafael Nadal the previous day.

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