Thai related Stocks

September 20, 2006 at 9:12 pm (Economics, Politics)

According to my friend at Hong Kong Bloomberg, here are a few stocks related to Thai, and their performances as well. Most of them are rising after the coup.

prices are all from yesterday’s close.
Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd. (CVN AU), a Melbourne-based oil and gas exploration company with operations in Thailand, slid 0.1 Australian cent, or 1.7 percent, to 5.9 cents.

Daidong Electronics Co. (008110 KS), a Seoul-based maker of plastic molds that operates a subsidiary in Thailand, fell 25 won, or 1 percent, to 2,275.

Fujikura Ltd. (5803 JP), a Japanese wire and cable maker with 18,810 employees in Thailand as of March 2003, according to according to the Japan External Trade Organization, a government trade and investment promotion organization, gained 1 yen, or 0.1 percent, to 1,319.

Gamuda Bhd. (GAM MK) is building a power plant in Laos that the company has said it will use to supply Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, the country’s largest power producer. Gamuda, Malaysia’s No. 3 builder by market value, fell 10 sen, or 2.5 percent, to 3.98 ringgit.

Isuzu Motors Ltd. (7202 JP), Japan’s biggest maker of light-duty trucks, fell 3 yen, or 0.8 percent, to 361.

Kingsgate Consolidated Ltd. (KCN AU), a Sydney-based company that runs a gold mine in Thailand, added 18 cents, or 3.9 percent, to A$4.83.

Minebea Co. (6479 JP), a Japanese maker of miniature ball bearings for cars and computers with production facilities in Thailand, added 6 yen, or 1 percent, to 639.

Nissin Kogyo Co. (7230 JP), a Japanese brake manufacturer for Honda Motor Co. with production facilities in Thailand, lost 15 yen, or 0.6 percent, to 2,410.

Pan Australian Resources Ltd. (PNA AU), which explores for gold and copper in Laos and Thailand, climbed half a Australian cent, or 2 percent, to 25.5 cents.

Sang Lim Leather Co. (011420 KS), a Gyeonggi, South Korea-based maker of grain leather materials for furniture and apparel that exports to Thailand, added 60 won, or 0.7 percent, to 8,350.

Shindengen Electric Manufacturing Co. (6844 JP), a Japanese maker of diodes and transistors which has a plant in Thailand, was unchanged at 568 yen.

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (ST SP), which owns about 21 percent of Advanced Info Service Pcl (ADVANC TB), Thailand’s biggest mobile-phone operator, declined 2 cents, or 0.8 percent, to S$2.42.

Thai Beverage Pcl (THBEV SP), Thailand’s largest brewer and distiller whose shares are listed in Singapore, slid half a Singapore cent or 1.7 percent, to 29 cents.

Total Access Communication Pcl (TAC SP), Thailand’s second-largest mobile-phone operator whose shares are listed in Singapore, climbed 6 cents, or 1.4 percent, to $4.30.

Toyota Motor Corp. (7203 JP), the world’s largest automaker by value, has manufacturing facilities in Thailand that employed 8,300 people as of March 2003, according to the Jetro. The company’s shares advanced 30 yen, or 0.5 percent, to 6,280.

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (293 HK), Asia’s second-most profitable carrier, runs 38 flights to Bangkok a week, according to its Web site. It also has a combined 22 weekly flights to Bangkok from Colombo, Dubai, Karachi and Singapore. The shares added 6 cents, or 0.4 percent, to HK$15.66.

Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd. (2332 HK), controlled by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing, holds a stake in a mobile-phone venture in Thailand. The stock added 14 cents, or 1.1 percent, to HK$13.20.
C.P. Pokphand Co. Ltd. (43 HK), a unit of Charoen Pokphand Foods Pcl (CPF TB), Thailand’s biggest publicly traded meat producer. The shares gained 0.04 cent, or 1.8 percent, to 22.8 Hong Kong cents.

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