Stocks in the news (aav, beauty, fsmart, gencho, glow, gunkul, ksl, npp, siri, smpc, solar, tacc, top, tpch, vibha, wave) 15.06.16

AAV
Confident in AAV’s management team — The Srivaddhanaprabha family of duty-free operator King Power has insisted it does not plan to shake up Thai AirAsia nor delist the firm that owns the majority stake in Thailand’s largest budget carrier. (Bangkok Post, 15/6/16)
Comment: Get ready to see more duty free sales on every flight!
 
BEAUTY
BEAUTY plans to expand both at home and abroad. It expects to sign a contract to distribute cosmetics in Hong Kong and Taiwan this year. It expects 2016 revenue to be higher than Bt2.1bn. (Thun Hoon, 15/06/16)
Comment: It’s just impressive what they’ve done
 
FSMART
FSMART says Boon Term Top up machines have reached 77,000. It expects this to boost its 2Q16 performance. It targets 90,000 machines at the end of this year. (Thun Hoon, 15/06/16)
GENCO
GENCO expects 2016 net profit to mark a record high with good performance in all business segments. It expects more clients to bring good 2Q16 earnings. It expects to book revenue from its property business (C Space Bang Yai and B-Live condo). It plans to launch a Bt600mn project in the Ekkamai area. It plans to take over a power business. (Thun Hoon, 15/06/16)
GLOW
GLOW is budgeting Bt3-5bn to invest in an SPP. It expects this to replace the old one for which the PPA will expire in 2018-2021. It plans to invest in the power business at home and abroad. It targets 5,000MW/year. (Thun Hoon, 15/06/16)
Comment: And the dividend machine continues

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MSCI says No to China

Ouch, this will hurt the markets today.

China was rejected despite a flurry of measures this year to address MSCI’s concerns, including curbs on arbitrary trading halts and looser restrictions on cross-border capital flows. The decision suggests international investors are still uncomfortable putting their money in the $6 trillion market after a botched government campaign to prop up share prices roiled global equities last year.

There were a few points I found slightly hypocritical from the MSCI folks when they highlighted “short selling banning, government intervention” as issues. As if this never happened in the US? Nor any other equity market in the world…

Source: Bloomberg