Investors sell risk-reduced stocks before the Songkran holiday – China tightens control over COVID-19 Press the Thai stocks to close down 7.54 points.

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Thai stocks closed down -7.54 points, broker pointed to investors selling Thai stocks, focusing on cash Reduce the risk before entering the Songkran festival, which has a long holiday for many days. Combined with the tension situation, tightening the new round of coronavirus outbreak in China, where the number of infected people continues to rise Evaluate the investment framework, look at support at 1665-1670 points and resistance at 1,680-1685 points

The SET closed for trading on April 11, 2022, down -7.54 points or -0.45%, closing the market at 1,678.46 points, trading value 62,755.06 million baht. and moving in the negative territory all day Intraday, it rose to the highest at 1,685.95 points, while dropped to the lowest at 1,675.95 points.

On the day of the change, 443 securities were unchanged, 355 were unchanged, and 1,457 were down.

In terms of trading volume classified by investor group, it was found that Domestic investors bought a net of 1,581.10 million baht. On the other hand, it was found that securities accounts sold more than -810.34 million baht, foreign investors sold more than -396.16 million baht, and institutional investors sold more than -374.60 million baht.

As for the securities with the highest trading value, the 5 securities
1.KBANK trading value 2,726.26 million baht, closing at 156.50 baht, a decrease of 2.00 baht.
2.EA trading value 2,584.35 million baht, closed at 86.75 baht, a decrease of 0.75 baht.
3.BDMS trading value 1,832.72 million baht, closed at 25.75 baht, increased by 0.75 baht.
4.PTTEP trading value 1,383.05 million baht, closed at 146.00 baht, increased by 3.00 baht
5.KCE, trading value 1,364.93 million baht, closed at 61.00 baht, decreased 2.25 baht

The top 5 SET100 indexes with the biggest gains are:
1.BCH closes at 22.40 baht, an increase of +0.70 baht or +3.23%.
2.MEGA closed at 48.00 baht, an increase of +1.50 baht or +3.23%
3.BDMS closes at 25.75 baht, an increase of +0.75 baht or +3.00%.
4.SPALI closes at 22.40 baht, an increase of +0.50 baht or +2.28%.
5.PTTEP closes at 146.00 baht, an increase of +3.00 baht or +2.10%

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The five SET100 indices with the biggest price drop are:
1.SYNEX closes at 25.25 baht, a decrease of -1.00 baht or -3.81%.
2.HANA closed at 44.75 baht, a decrease of -1.75 baht or -3.76%.
3.KCE closes at 61.00 baht, a decrease of -2.25 baht or -3.56%.
4.BEC closed at 16.40 baht, a decrease of -0.50 baht or -2.96%.
5.GPSC closes at 69.50 baht, a decrease of -2.00 baht or -2.80%

While the SET100 index closed at 2,278.61 points, down -9.08 points or -0.40%, the SET50 index closed at 1,002.47 points, down -3.86 points or -0.38%, and the mai market index closed at 649.21 points, down -8.21 points or -1.25%.

Mr. Chaiyaporn Nompitakcharoen Deputy Managing Director of Bualuang Securities, said the Thai stock market today declined in line with other stock markets in Asia. From external factors, concerns about the number of people infected with COVID-19 in China skyrocketed making it still see the lockdown continue May affect the growth of the global economy In addition, there was a sales force to reduce risks before entering the long holiday during the Songkran festival. It is a factor that put pressure on the index today.

As for the trend tomorrow, the index is expected to swing within a narrow range and seep down before the long holiday. The trading may not be as active as today. Because most of the factors related to interest rate hikes and balance sheet reductions of the US and the market are already very aware. At the same time, there are factors that put pressure on US bond yields (Bond Yield) accelerating to a high pressure as well. by assessing the investment framework, looking at support at 1665-1670 points and resistance at 1,680-1685 points

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