Thailand: SETI Technically Bullish, Fundamentally Cautious

April 2011
Emerging Markets Monitor;4/11/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p11
Country Report
The article reports on the performance of the Stock Exchange of Thailand Index (SETI) in the first quarter of 2011 and the outlook for the following months. A cautious outlook on Thai equities is maintained despite the bullish forecast on the SETI in the near term. Key risks identified which could undermine the performance of the index include overstretched valuations, political uncertainties, and evidence of a speculative market. The upswing of the index is viewed as an indication of a recovering risk appetite.


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