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March 31, 2010
Investors around the world are still looking to invest in ASEAN equities and local markets remain firm with growing optimism about investment spending in both the public and private sectors, which will spur regional economic growth despite uncertainty around the sustainability of the global recovery.  more

March 30, 2010
A mixed day on ASEAN Markets as Indonesia’s stock market closed Monday led by bank shares as they fell due to profit-taking, Thailand also fell for a third session after a strong start to 2010. Singapore and Malaysia posting gains while the Philippines and Vietnam were unchanged. more

March 27, 2010
All ASEAN markets ended higher on Friday with the exception of Thailand that was the victim of profit taking on the eve of another round of Red Shirt protests. Investors bought blue chip stocks through out the region. Markets took their lead from U.S. stock futures, which rallied to a higher start on Friday, according to Shayne Heffernan of Ebeling Heffernan.   more

March 26, 2010
Most Southeast ASEAN markets managed to rally on Thursday, investors were buying banks with the expectation their earnings will recover with the economy. They are set to open lower today as a USA rally lost steam in the afternoon to close the day flat. 

March 25, 2010
Thailand SET touched a 21-month high as Government tax breaks lifted property shares. Markets in the ASEAN were mostly higher as we suggested they would be but look out for some consolidation in the ASEAN market tomorrow. Falls in the USA despite good economic data and a Fed statement suggesting continued stimulus will be short lived and the general trend of the market is to keep moving higher.  more 

March 24, 2010
As suggested by ebeling Heffernan yesterday most ASEAN markets rose on Tuesday, pushed forward by strength on Wall Street and a surge of investment fund inflows. After a strong showing in the USA and Europe overnight we would expect today to see a consolidation of that rally in ASEAN. 

March 23, 2010
Most ASEAN stock markets fell on Monday and as I suggested on Friday it was the day to be buying, the USA has rallied over night and I do expect to see a rally today in all Asian markets. 

March 22, 2010
This Week's In View
A spectacular rebound in global credit markets and risk appetite jump-started Asia's high-yield debt market last year. However, the rally has made investors much more selective about what they will buy in Y 2010. Borrowers need to position themselves accordingly I believe. 

March 20, 2010
Thai stocks broke a 20-month record on Friday as investors bought banks and energy shares as confidence returned in its economy.Most other ASEAN stock markets flat lined or struggled to small gains. 

March 19, 2010
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index has gained 9.3 per cent from a more-than-two-month low on February 8 as better-than-estimated US jobs data and a pledge of support from French President Nicolas Sarkozy for debt-stricken Greece bolstered confidence in the global recovery. 

March 18, 2010
After strong gains in the USA all Asian markets will set new highs today, Malaysia to may turn around constant losses. 

March 17, 2010
After a mixed day yesterday in Asia the US market has now provided some needed direction, and today we should see a widespread rally. 

March 16, 2010
Thai stocks ended with minor gains yesterday but many investors stayed away as they waited to see how Red Shirt protests developed. Tomorrow will be a fluid day and the result will hinge on the developing situation of protests in Bangkok. 

March 15, 2010
Optimism is back in the Markets
We are seeing Bullishness in US stocks emerge after the market’s now year long rally. This according to a gauge derived from data compiled by the American Association of Individual Investors*

March 13, 2010
Earnings at Thailand’s listed companies jumped 42 percent to 447 billion baht in 2009, according to the Stock Exchange of Thailand’s statement on March 4. Growth in many sectors has picked up speed and at the current rate 2010 should see the SET break 800 according to Shayne Heffernan of Ebeling Heffernan. 

March 12, 2010
Most Asian Exchanges will post losses today after another sideways night in the USA. Many exchanges across Asia started to drift yesterday afternoon and today that direction will continue. Bangkok rallied in defiance of the political protests. 

March 11, 2010
No direction over night in the USA and having been flat for a few days we will probably drift lower, Thailand was surprisingly bouyant today as investors snapped up bargains on the eve of the political protests.

March 10, 2010
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index was little changed at 122.54 in Tokyo, with about two stocks declining for every one that advanced. Materials companies dropped the most among the gauge’s 10 industry groups. 

March 9, 2010
ASEAN Stocks traded mostly higher yesterday but we expect to see a flat open this morning after a mixed session in New York overnight. 

March 6, 2010
Japan and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN have compiled a report outlining $170 billion in infrastructure and resource development projects aimed at spurring economic growth and integration in East Asia. 

March 5, 2010
We are looking to see an ASEAN wide rally today as well as a strong uptick in India, China and Hong Kong. Asean market should advanve by .5% today.
India, China and Hong Kong should see gains of over 1%.  

March 4, 2010
The USA traded higher for most of the day however that rally drifted in the closing session to a flat end. In Asia today we expect that direction to follow with most markets trading lower. Hong Kong and China failed to deliver a rally yesterday and still seem very cheap. India ran up as we expected but we expect all of the ASEAN markets to come back a little tomorrow, look for bargains, long term the trend is positive.

March 3, 2010
Asian developing-nation stocks rose sharply today, sending the MSCI Emerging Markets Index to its highest level in five weeks, as India’s economy improved.
Thai stocks hit a six-week high on Tuesday in their first reaction to a long-awaited court ruling on the assets of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra after a long holiday weekend, but the region in general was mixed. Markets got an early boost from strong manufacturing data in Europe and news American International Group (AIG) was selling its Asian insurance business to Britain's Prudential (PRU.L), which drove both European markets and Wall Street up on Monday. 

March 2, 2010
As we predicted yesterday stocks in Asia moved higher today after JP Morgan Chase & Co. increased the ratings on Japan big banks, copper prices skyrocketed following the earthquake in Chile, world’s largest producer of the metal.  more

March 1, 2010
Asean Pre Market
Political unrest once again dominates the news reports about Thailand, but investors in Thai stock market and those investing in exchange traded funds (ETFs) remained unmoved about the reports. Instead, investors understand the true situation is not as it is repoted in the International Media and are far more focused on Thailand’s recovery in exports, private investment and household spending.  more

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