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99 firms to meet investors in Thai bourse's "Opportunity Days"
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) will hold its quarterly "Opportunity Days" (OppDay), where top managements of listed companies
meet directly with analysts and investors, on November 4 - December 12. This quarter will see 99 firms, with a combined THB 4.1 trillion (approx.USD 132 billion) market capitalization, participate in the event.
SET Senior Vice President Paveena Sriphotong said: "Since sectoral overviews of listed firms got a warm welcome from investors and listed firms when they were initiated last quarter, we will continue this service in the upcoming OppDays for five sectors, covering more 45 percent of market value.

These sectors are Petrochemicals and Chemicals (PETRO), Energy and Utilities (ENERG), Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Property Development (PROP), and the Market for Alternative Investment (mai). Leading analysts of KKTrade Securities Co., Ltd. and Maybank Kim Eng Securities (Thailand) pcl will continue to present overviews of each industry."
Most of 99 companies are in five industry groups. This quarter's event will include eight firms which listed this year: Energy Absolute pcl (EA), East Coast Furnitech pcl (ECF), Eureka Design pcl (EUREKA), Filter Vision pcl (FVC),  MK Restaurant pcl (M), MC Group pcl (MC), Nok Airlines pcl (NOK), and PTG Energy pcl (PTG).
OppDay makes it convenient for analysts, investors, and the media to find out about the business and operations of listed companies, and for firms to communicate with these key audiences. The SET schedules such events after every periodic disclosure of financial statements.
The event will provide live broadcasts for both domestic and foreign investors through Webcasts ( and and an application, called OppDay, on iPads and Android devices. The free applications can be downloaded at the Play and App Stores. Currently, more than 70,000 users have downloaded this application, which is fivefold the figure of a year earlier.

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