Israel-Palestine war drags Thai shares up 6.73 points | Daily News

9 Oct. On ’23 the atmosphere in Thai stocks moved in negative territory throughout the day. Investors are worried about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And concern over news of a former governor of the National Bank and an economist who signed up to disagree with the government’s economic stimulus plan. Specifically, the stock market closed at 1,431.72 points with a trade value of 47,468.30 million baht at 5:02pm on a digital wallet volume of 10,000 baht, down 6.73 points or 0.47%, while the MAI market fell 19,423 points. 12.63 points or 2.90% trading value of 1,060.75 million baht

An Asia Plus Securities news report said the Israeli-Palestinian war could increase risk and pressure assets to be more volatile and more foreign investment would flow into safer assets. It started to show from the rising price of gold. On the other hand, foreign capital should be prevented from returning to the Thai stock market. Meanwhile, oil prices look like they’re moving up again. This could bode well for stock prices in the oil sector. But inflation should be revisited if the phenomenon persists.

5 Most Traded Bonds:

1.PTTEP closed at 168.50 baht, an increase of 6.50 baht.

2.JMT closed at 42.00 baht, down -4.25 baht.

3.Delta closed at 79.00 baht, down -1.50 baht.

4. Panbu closed at 7.95 baht, an increase of 0.20 baht.

5. J Mart closed at 22.00 baht, down -1.30 baht.

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