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May 28, 2010
Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia will be shut on Friday for holidays.  more

May 27, 2010
Wall St had a sharp downward turn and began trading in the red late Wednesday, despite some improving economic signals offered in the morning and following several sessions that found European sovereign debt concerns prompting a global selloff earlier this week.  more

May 26, 2010
ASEAN markets fell to multi-week lows on Tuesday due to worries overthe euro zone debt crisis and tension on the Korean peninsula combined with new USA uncertainty over the Wall St reform bill.  more

May 25, 2010
Pressure from falling USA and European markets will have a negative impact today in ASEAN, however the local news is good, China is staging a strong rebound, Thailand is finished and the energy sector around the region is recapitalizing. Expect a flat to lower day in ASEAN today.  more

May 22, 2010
Foreign investors have been taking money out of Thai equities. But the total net withdrawal of about $1bn is still short of the $1.2bn that came into Thailand in the first four months. By comparison, nearly $5bn net was taken out during 2008 as the global financial crisis struck. more

May 21, 2010
As we suggested yesterday major ASEAN markets fell on Thursday as worries over euro zone debt crisis further soured appetite for risk. Over night the Wall St market fell hard, at one point the Dow was down over 300pts.   more

May 20, 2010
Given the gunfights in the streets of Bangkok, M79 grenades exploding and the stock exchange on fire, Thailand might be the last place for investors to want to put their money. The market will not open today and it is possible they will be closed for a little longer, but when the do open it is worthwhile buying.  more

May 19, 2010
Trading volumes were thin in all of the six ASEAN markets and well below the 90-day average. Investors have many concerns now and caution dominates. Poorly managed European debt crisis and the USA about to pass yet more legislation on banks and financial institutions even though they are not capable of enforcing the current regulations, all have investors skittish.  more

May 18, 2010
All ASEAN markets fell Monday over eurozone worries, in Thailand stocks dived to a one-month low after at least 37 people were killed in violent protests in Bangkok. Today we should see the start of a srtong recovery that will follow on from a turn in Wall St Trading.  more

May 17, 2010
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May 14, 2010
ASEAN stocks were at new highs yesterday after new steps by Portugal and Spain raised hopes that Europe’s debt crisis can be contained. However afte a shakey night on Wall St Asean markets will give back some of those gains at open today.   more

May 13, 2010
Thailand Stock Exchange ended with modest gains after the government said it would step up efforts to end the Red Shirts protests.  more

May 12, 2010
The MSCI index of Asian stocks excluding Japan was down 1.3 percent as ASEAN markets traded mixed after a strong USA rally. US futures traded lower for the day however the market rallied after open indicating a strong uptick in ASEAN markets today.  more

May 11, 2010
ASEAN markets rallied well after news of a new extended plan put together by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to prevent a sovereign debt crisis from spreading. After solid overnight gains on Wall St, ASEAN markets are set to post another strong day. more

May 8, 2010
Thailand hit a one week low and looks to go lower on Monday after markets around the world suffered a strong retracement. Local politics did not seem to add to much pressure to the selling as Thailand is one of the world’s most undervalued stock exchanges.  more

May 7, 2010
A huge amount of pressure will fall on ASEAN markets today as the Dow dropped 1000 points intra day in New York trading Listed Thai companies now trade at just 11.1 times estimated 2010 earnings, compared with 13.5 for Malaysia, 12.5 for Indonesia and 12.1 for the Philippines. Today they are set to become even cheaper and are well worth buying.  more

May 6, 2010
More falls on Wall St will see ASEAN Markets open lower today, but get in quick the markets should reverse in the afternoon session. Solid USA data on the economy will come out this week including a jobs report on Friday that will certainly lift markets for the rest of the week. more

May 5, 2010
A savage downturn on Wall St overnight will pressure stocks around ASEAN today with the exception of Thailand that will be riding high on an end to a lengthy political impasse.  more

May 4, 2010
US Markets bounced back today and that is certain to see good gains in ASEAN Markets today, even Thailand looks set to rally. US stocks rallied after a slump last week, as upbeat reports on consumer spending, manufacturing and the auto sales led to big gains for consumer-related stocks.  more

May 1, 2010
Stocks fell in the US on Friday as the market weighed first-quarter economic growth of 3.2% and sought more clarity on financial regulation legislation currently being debated in Washington. The falls will be reflected in ASEAN trading on Monday presenting another good day to buy quality stocks in the region. Indonesian shares closed higher by 44.392 points, or 1.51 percent, to a level of 2,971.252 points on Friday.  more

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