The market returns to worry about oil prices again. Press the SET index down -4.09 points.

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Thai stocks closed -4.09 points, the broker pointed out that investors were worried about high oil prices. This negatively affects the overall Thai economy and may pressure the recovery. Suggest to keep an eye on the Monetary Policy Committee or MPC meeting next week. which may affect the index Ready to assess the investment framework at support at 1,650 and 1,640 points and resistance at 1,687 and 1,695 points.

The SET closed for trading on March 25, 2022, down -4.09 points or -0.24%, closing the market at 1,676.80 points, trading value 62,111.49 million baht. Positive territory by being in a narrow frame in the morning Before taking profits, it came down to negative territory in the afternoon. Intraday, it rose to its highest at 1,685.41 and dropped to its lowest at 1,672.12.

Meanwhile, today’s 440 securities were unchanged, 639 were unchanged, and 1,224 were down.

In terms of trading volume classified by investor group, it was found that Domestic investors bought a net of more than 1,301.89 million baht and the securities account bought a net of over 301.56 million baht. Foreign investors net sales of -864.12 million baht and institutional investors net sales of -739.34 million baht.

As for the securities with the highest trading value, the 5 securities
1.PTTGC, trading value 1,619.22 million baht, closed at 51.50 baht, no change.
2.CPALL trading value 1,617.53 million baht, closed at 64.25 baht, a decrease of 0.25 baht.
3.PTTEP trading value 1,477.94 million baht, closing at 151.50 baht, a decrease of 2.50 baht.
4.JTS trading value 1,407.39 million baht, closed at 362.00 baht, increased by 21.00 baht.
5.EA trading value 1,326.44 million baht, closed at 93.50 baht, an increase of 0.25 baht.

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The top 5 SET100 indexes with the biggest gains are:
1.AEONTS closed at 197.00 baht, an increase of 2.00 baht or 1.03%.
2.SCB closed at 114.00 baht, an increase of 0.50 baht or 0.44%.
3.BH closed at 161.50 baht, an increase of 0.50 baht or 0.31%.
4.EGCO closed at 171.00 baht, an increase of 0.50 baht or 0.29%.
5.BDMS closed at 25.5 baht, an increase of 0.25 baht or 0.99%.

The five SET100 indices with the biggest price drop are:
1.PTTEP closes at 151.50 baht, a decrease of 2.50 baht or 1.62%.
2.RCL closes at 43.75 baht, a decrease of 1.75 baht or 3.85%.
3.MEGA closes at 45.00 baht, a decrease of 1.00 baht or 2.17%.
4.BBL closes at 136.00 baht, a decrease of 1.00 baht or 0.73%.
5.SCC closes at 381.00 baht, a decrease of 1.00 baht or 0.26%.

While the SET100 index closed at 2,288.65 points, a decrease of -8.85 points or -0.39%, the SET50 index closed at 1008.81 points, a decrease of -3.53 points or -0.35%, and the mai market index closed at 628.97 points, a decrease of -0.65 points or -0.10%.

Mr. Kornpat Worachet, Director of Research and Investment Services at Nomura Securities Pattanasin said that the Thai stock market today swings in the sideway in the morning before taking profit in the afternoon. Investors continued to monitor the tensions between Russia and Ukraine. At the same time, there is still pressure from high oil prices, which is not good for the overall Thai economy and may put pressure on recovery. However, the market Still waiting to follow the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting this week to see what the outlook on the economy is. and the acceleration of domestic inflation that will affect the direction of the policy interest rate.

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The trend for next week It is expected that the index has a chance to swing Sideway or Sideway Down by giving support at 1,650 and 1640 points, while resistance at 1,687 and 1,695 points.

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