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Foreign countries return to worry about the Fed again Press Thai stocks fall to close -7.39 points.

Thai stocks closed down -7.39 points, the brokerage pointed out that foreign stock markets have returned to worry about the Fed raising interest rates faster than expected again to curb hot inflation. Pressure caused the sell-off of medium-small stocks. Evaluate next week’s investment framework at resistance 1,680 points and support 1,660 points.

The Thai stock market closed for trading on January 14, 2022, down -7.39 points or -0.44%, closing at 1,672.63 points, trading value over 90,986.73 million baht. Thai stock indexes moved in negative territory all day. It rose the highest at 1,680.02 points and dropped as low as 1,670.70 points.

On the day, 429 securities were changed, 512 were unchanged, and 1,280 were down.

while trading volume classified by investor group found that Institutional investors net sales of -2,043.80 million baht and foreign investors net sales of -1,059.58 million baht. Domestic investors bought a net of more than 1,544.51 million baht, a securities account with a net purchase of more than 1,558.88 million baht.

As for the securities with the highest trading value, the 5 securities
1.GULF trading value 4,846.72 million baht, closed at 50.25 baht, increased by 1.25 baht.
2.SCGP trading value 2,492.37 million baht, closed at 63.25 baht, a decrease of 2.00 baht.
3.CGH, trading value 2,072.45 million baht, closed at 2.00 baht, increased 0.01 baht.
4.EA trading value 1,984.67 million baht, closed at 93.50 baht, a decrease of 2.75 baht.
5.KBANK trading value 1,816.50 million baht, closing at 145.00 baht, price unchanged.

The top 5 SET100 indexes with the highest gains are:
SAWAD closed at 66.50 baht, an increase of 1.75 baht or 2.70%.
GULF closes at 50.25 baht, an increase of 1.25 baht or 2.55%.
MTC closed at 60.25 baht, an increase of 1.00 baht or 1.69%.
KKP closed at 66.75 baht, an increase of 1.00 baht or 1.52%.
TCAP closed at 41.25 baht, an increase of 0.75 baht or +1.85%.
TISCO closed at 99.00 baht, an increase of 0.75 baht or 0.76%.
The five SET100 indices with the biggest price drop are:

SYNEX closes at 34.00 baht, a decrease of 3.00 baht or 8.11%.
RCL closes at 50.50 baht, a decrease of 2.75 baht or 5.16%.
EA closes at 93.50 baht, a decrease of 2.75 baht or 2.86%.
RCL closes at 50.50 baht, a decrease of 2.75 baht or 5.16%.
HANA closed at 80.25 baht, a decrease of 2.25 baht or 2.73%.
Index SET100 closed at 2,273.11 points, down -9.45 points or -0.41% SET50 index closed at 993.89 points, down -3.07 points or -0.31% mai market index closed at 682.26 points, up 3.48 points or 0.51%

Mr. Sarawut Techochavalit, senior director of analytical department of RHB Securities (Thailand), said that the Thai stock market today declined in line with regional stock markets. Responding to concerns about the possibility of the Federal Reserve (Fed) to raise interest rates faster than expected After several Fed officials voiced their support for a rate hike to slow the heat of accelerating inflation. Especially in the Thai stock market that has a strong sell-off pressure. especially small-medium-sized stocks including technology and electronic components But there has been a switch to buying into the banks and finance groups. including brokers Expect good results to help support the index to a certain extent

As for the trend next week, the index is expected to swing sideways. recommends to follow up on the announcement of the bank’s earnings that will gradually come out more especially large banks If it comes out well, it will support the SET index to come back up. by assessing the investment framework next week at resistance at 1,680 points and support at 1,660 points

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