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ASEAN STOCK WATCH Asean Affairs  20 June 2013 


20 June 2013

The FTSE Straits Times Index (STI) ended -80.53 points lower or -2.51% lower to 3,133.26, taking the year-to-date performance to -1.07%.

The FTSE ST Mid Cap Index declined -2.81% while the FTSE ST Small Cap Index declined -2.13%.

The top active stocks were Singtel (-3.52%), DBS (-3.17%), Capitaland (-4.00%), UOB (-2.76%), and OCBC Bk (-2.81%).

The outperforming sectors today were represented by the FTSE ST Basic Materials which declined -1.33%. The two biggest stocks of the Basic Materials Index are Midas Holdings (-1.06%) and Geo Energy (-2.33%). The underperforming sector, FTSE ST Telecommunications, declined -3.37% with Singtel declining -3.52% and Starhub declining -1.95%. The FTSE ST Real Estate Index declined -2.80%, the FTSE ST Consumer Services Index declined -1.82% and the FTSE ST Utilities index declined -2.45% .

The three most active Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) by value today were IS MSCI INDIA 100 (-4.15%), SPDR GOLD SHARES (-4.10%) and CIMB FT ASEAN 40 100 S$ (-2.53%).

The three most active Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) by value were Ascendasreit (-4.26%), CapitaMall (-1.48%) and SuntecReit (-4.52%).

The most active index warrants by value today were HSI20200MBePW130829 (+40.35%), HSI22000UBeCW130829 (-37.81%) and STI 3300BPePW130829 (+25.00%).

The most active stock warrants by value today were DBS MB eCW130910 (-30.56%), KepCorp MBeCW130902 (-13.86%), and CapitalaMBeCW131202 (-25.00%).


20 June 2013

The FBM KLCI index lost 10.54 points or 0.59% on Thursday. The Finance Index fell 0.64% to 16732.47 points, the Properties Index dropped 1.89% to 1392.62 points and the Plantation Index down 0.65% to 8386.02 points. The market traded within a range of 7.87 points between an intra-day high of 1766.73 and a low of 1758.86 during the session. Actively traded stocks include LUSTER, LUSTER-WB, LUSTER-WA, SUMATEC, ETITECH, MAS, HUBLINE-WA, SUMATEC-WA, TGOFFS and CLIQ-WA. Trading volume increased to 1638.00 mil shares worth RM2017.00 mil as compared to Wednesday’s 1433.59 mil shares worth RM1820.93 mil. Leading Movers were BAT (+50 sen to RM61.10), PETGAS (+44 sen to RM20.64), ARMADA (+15 sen to RM3.75), GENTING (+14 sen to RM10.16) and UEMS (+14 sen to RM3.12). Lagging Movers were UMW (-18 sen to RM14.58), IHH (-7 sen to RM4.03), PPB (-4 sen to RM13.76), YTLPOWR (-1 sen to RM1.54) and TENAGA (-1 sen to RM8.32). Market breadth was negative with 172 gainers as compared to 668 losers.


Thai alternative bourse enters 15th year with record high market cap

Bangkok, June 20, 2013 – The Stock Exchange of Thailand’s Market for Alternative Investment (mai) enters its 15th year with a record market capitalization of THB 200 billion (approx. USD 6.67 billion) and an average daily trading value of THB 3 billion (approx. USD 100 million) per day, while market liquidity continues to increase.

Chanitr Charnchainarong, mai president, said: “The alternative bourse has celebrated 14 years of operation and is ready to step into its 15th year on June 21, 2013 with a key role as the place where medium-sized entrepreneurs can raise capital to enhance their potential and opportunities to expand sustainably and become a vital foundation for the Thai economy.  During the past 14 years, mai has enabled as many as 103 listed companies to raise THB 48.28 billion (approx. USD 1.61 billion), excluding the market capitalization of 13 SET-listed companies which used to trade in mai, for a total of THB 70 billion (approx. USD 2.33 billion). The mai has also demonstrated its potential through the constant growth in sales and profits of listed firms.  Accordingly, the market’s liquidity has continued to increase, enabling the mai index to close at its all-time high of 510.44 points on March 18, 2013, with this year’s average daily trading value of THB 3 billion (approx. USD100 million), higher than in its first year
 of operation, when the average daily trading value was THB25 million (approx. USD 83,333).”

“The mai has recorded constant growth in its market capitalization, from THB 427 million (approx. USD 14.23 million) in its first year of operation to its current market cap of around THB 200 billion (approx. USD6.67 billion) as a result of increasing numbers of listed companies which have regularly been raising funds to expand their businesses, utilizing various financial instruments to boost their liquidity,” Chanitr added.

In 2013, the amount of capital raised in mai and the number of used financial instruments is expected to hit a record level. The amount of raised capital in the first half of this year, excluding 13 companies in the listing process, was at THB 13.72 billion (approx. USD 457.30 million) - which almost reached the figure of all of last year. At the same time, more companies have utilized available financial instruments. The number of used financial instruments increased to 37 instruments – which were also higher than last year’s figure - especially stock dividend, warrant and employee stock ownership plan (ESOP).

“The mai is determined to support all listed firms to expand in a sustainable manner, with transparent management, good corporate governance and corporate social responsibility, while collaborating with executives of the mai-Listed Companies Association (maiA) in pushing all firms towards achievement” Chanitr concluded.

Trading  Summary
As of 20 Jun 2013             Unit: M.Baht
Type                    Buy             Sell           Net
Institution     10,136.12       8,532.04     1,604.07     
Proprietary    10,466.34     10,949.65      -483.31     
Foreign         15,051.39     21,405.73   -6,354.35     
Individual     34,459.61     29,226.03     5,233.58     
Total Trading Value            70,113.46       M.Baht     


Description        Volume                      Value           Frequency
ETF                    89,500                  3,423,500                     68
Stock       4,657,252,396      6,967,557,812,815             182,831
Right                 382,000               301,232,500                    51
Warrant          50,068,000           2,688,143,500               1,319

Total          4,707,791,896      6,970,600,612,315           184,269


Southeast Asian stock markets dropped on Thursday, joining those in global equities, after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled an end to easy money and data showed China's economy slowing down.

Change on day
 Market                     Current        Prev Close       Pct Move
 TR SE Asia Index*       414.58               430.18              -3.63
 Singapore                   3133.26             3213.79              -2.51
 Kuala Lumpur             1762.34             1772.88              -0.59
 Bangkok                     1402.19             1437.70              -2.47
 Jakarta                       4629.99             4806.66              -3.68
 Manila                        6326.67             6513.20              -2.86
 Ho Chi Minh                 499.51              503.37               -0.77
 Change on year
 Market                    Current         End prev yr             Pct Move
 TR SE Asia Index*       414.58                424.10                    -2.24
 Singapore                  3133.26               3167.08                    -1.07
 Kuala Lumpur            1762.34               1688.95                   +4.35
 Bangkok                    1402.19               1391.93                   +0.74
 Jakarta                      4629.99               4316.69                   +7.26
 Manila                       6326.67               5812.73                   +8.84
 Ho Chi Minh                499.51                 413.73                 +20.73
South East Asia Index is a highly representative indicator of stocks listed in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
 Stock Market Volume (shares)
 Market              Current Volume    Average Volume 30 days
 Singapore                413,979,200                 272,313,503       
 Kuala Lumpur          147,695,200                 161,896,390       
 Bangkok                   10,107,517                   10,087,014       
 Jakarta                 4,191,976,500               4,840,687,967     
 Manila                            97,526                         119,877     
 Ho Chi Minh                   49,469                          71,930


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