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NEW UPDATES Asean Affairs   18 December 2013  
Thai bourse announces SET indices semi-annual review results

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) announces the semi-annual index review results for the SET50, SET100, and SETHD indices for the first half of 2014 (January 1 – June 30), SET Executive Vice President and Head of Markets Division Kesara Manchusree said.

SET50 Index (SET50): two companies to be added as index constituents are Thaicom pcl (THCOM) and VGI Global Media pcl (VGI). Constituents of the SET50 had a combined market capitalization of THB 9.04 trillion (as of end-November 2013), accounting for 75.16 percent of the total THB12.02-trillion SET market capitalization (as of end-November, 2013).
SET100 Index (SET100): there will be 11 additions to the index, which are Asia Plus Securities pcl (ASP), Bangkok Metro pcl (BMCL), Chularat Hospital pcl (CHG), The Erawan Group pcl (ERW), GFPT pcl (GFPT), Jay Mart pcl (JMART), Natural Park pcl (N-PARK), SVI pcl (SVI), Tipco Asphalt pcl (TASCO), Thai Factory Development pcl (TFD), and Ticon Industrial Connection pcl (TICON). SET100 constituents had a combined market capitalization of THB9.93 trillion, accounting for 82.59 percent of the total SET market capitalization.

SET High Dividend Index (SETHD): two companies will be added to the index, which are Amata Corporation pcl (AMATA) and Asia Plus Securities pcl (ASP). The 30 stocks of SETHD have an average dividend yield of 4.18 percent, higher than the SET average dividend yield of 2.90 percent.

“In January 2014, SET will have a total of 28 sectors after adding a new sector, Construction Services, into the Property and Construction Industry Group. The new sector will join the existing three sectors in this industry group, which are Construction Materials, Property Development, and Property Fund & REIT, which was the former Property Fund sector,” Kesara added.   

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