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Business Press Release : 20 Sep 2006

Moody's sees no immediate rating impact for Thai banks Business—20 Sep 06

Moody's Investors Service said today that the military coup in Thailand should have no immediate effect on its ratings of the 12 banks in Thailand (see the list below). Moody's will closely monitor developments and assess the resulting impact - if any - o

Thai bourse's library provides more bestselling titles Business—20 Sep 06

Best-selling titles are now publicly available, thanks to the latest project from The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)’s Maruey Knowledge & Resource Center and Se-education PCL (SE-ED). The books can be found at the Center’s ‘Literat

Tops Super introduce campaign 'Buy 1 Get 1 Free' Business—20 Sep 06

Central Food Retail Co., Ltd. provide the value for money options to SPOT Rewards Card members while shopping for essential items including food & drinks, grocery and household products. SPOT Rewards Card members can enjoy this advantage of the ‘

Thai futures exchange closes today Business—20 Sep 06

Thailand Futures Exchange PCL and Thailand Clearing House Co., LTD. (TCH), the derivatives clearing house, will be closed today (Wed. Sept. 20).

Thailand 'BBB+' Long-Term Foreign Currency Credit Rating On Watch Neg. Following Military Business—20 Sep 06

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it placed its 'BBB+' long-term foreign, 'A' long-term local, 'A-2' short term foreign, and 'A-1' short-term local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Kingdom of Thailand on CreditWatch with negat

Thai bourse closes today Business—20 Sep 06

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) announces the market close today (Wed. Sep. 20). This will include trading on the SET, Market for Alternative Investment (mai), and the Bond Electronic Exchange (BEX). For further information, please contact the SET Ca

Moody's comments on Thai political situation Business—20 Sep 06

Moody's Investors Service said today that the military coup in Thailand should to a large extent be viewed as primarily a domestic political development, rather than as a financial development. Any financial consequences, for example, in terms of changes