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ASEAN STOCK WATCH Asean Affairs  25  December  2013 


Thailand

Trading Summary
As of 25 Dec 2013         Unit: M.Baht
    
Type                     Buy               Sell                 Net
Institution         2,980.43        1,936.29        1,044.13     
Proprietary       1,151.63        1,307.29         -155.66     
Foreign            5,545.89         1,434.19        4,111.70     
Individual          6,739.08       11,739.26     -5,000.17     
Total Trading Value     16,417.03 M.Baht     


Vietnam

Vietnam index closes down 0.2 pct, liquidity slumps

Vietnam's benchmark VN Index  edged down 0.24 percent on Wednesday in low trading volume with foreign investors away for the holiday, an analyst said.
    
There were 73.6 million shares traded on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, while the trading volume in a five-day average was at 105 million, Reuters data showed.
   
 Dairy product maker Vinamilk  led the fall, with shares dropping 0.73 percent, followed by real estate firm Vingroup   losing 0.72 percent.
    
Here is a snapshot of the VN Index  at the close.
                
                         VN Index       504.42             
                PREV. CLOSE       505.62             
                   % CHANGE       -0.24%             
                                                   
                     HIGH       506.53             
                      LOW       503.03             
                                         

Asean

SE Asia Stocks-Thai SET up as exporters gain; Vietnam slips  

Thailand's key SET index  ended up 0.4 percent on Wednesday, helped by institutional-led buying and selective buying in exporters such as Charoen Pokphand Foods  but political concerns and weak November trade data capped gains.
    
The index closed at 1,332.45, further rebounding from a 15-week closing low of 1,326.14 hit on Monday. Volume was low with holidays in the region and the domestic headwinds.
   
Shares of food exporters outperformed, led by a 3.3 percent gain in Charoen Pokphand Foods and a 2.6 percent rise in Thai Union Frozen Products  <TUF.BK>  as players bet on a pick-up in
global trade.
   
Tourism related stocks such as hotelier Central Plaza Hotel  were relatively weak amid caution over a possible delay of a February election.
   
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has called an election for Feb. 2, which the main opposition party says it will boycott. Protesters seeking to topple her have vowed to fight
for an overhaul of the electoral system.

Yingluck on Wednesday proposed setting up a political reform council to solve the conflict.
    
Vietnam's benchmark VN Index  edged down 0.24 percent in low volume with foreign investors away for the holiday.
    
Singapore , Malaysia   and the Philippines  were shut for Christmas, reopening on Thursday. Indonesia  is closed on Wednesday and Thursday.
     
SOUTHEAST ASIAN STOCK MARKETS
 
 Market                     Current     Prev Close           Pct Move
TR SE Asia Index*     385.58          385.51                +0.02
 Bangkok                  1332.45        1327.13                +0.40
 Ho Chi Minh              504.42          505.62                 -0.24


 

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