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Stocks in the news (anan, ba, ckp, egco, gtb, inet, itel, jas, lalin, lpn, major, nwr, singer, tfd, twpc) 27.09.16

ANAN
ANAN expects to launch five projects with a total value of Bt13bn in 4Q16 which it believes will lift 2016 presales to reach its target of Bt22bn. Presales are now at Bt14.3bn and backlog at Bt38.5bn. It will book revenue of Bt12bn in 2H16. (Kao Hoon, 27/09/16)
Comment: Same story as yesterday and as it has been for past the 12 months 
 
BA
BA expects 2Q16 earnings to be good, supported by high season. It says prebooking will be over 13% and expects 2016 net profit to be a new high. It targets 2016 revenue growth of no less than 10% and passenger load to reach 70%. ( Thun Hoon, 27/09/16)
CKP
CKP share price surged due to expectation of a 2H16 profit of over Bt300mn or growth of 53% YoY, driven by more capacity from Nam Ngum 2. (Kao Hoon, 27/09/16)
Comment: I’m only thinking when will they sell things off to a fund of sorts, otherwise the valuation is a bit rich for my liking.
 
EGCO
EGCO is working with a partern to take over geothermal power plants in Indonesia and the Philippines. It expects to wind up the deal in November. It expects 3Q16 earnings growth as it books revenue from Khanom power plant 4. ( Thun Hoon, 27/09/16)
GTB
GTB targets 2016 revenue growth of 8%. It has backlog of Bt700mn and expects to book revenue of Bt500mn in 2H16. It expects to get a new job worth of Bt80mn soon. It targets an increase in revenue from abroad to 20% within three years. (Kao Hoon, 27/09/16)

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Stocks in the news (aot, beauty, chewa, ivl, nch, nwr, pttgc, ratch, samart, sithai, smart, ticon, tks, tsf, auct) 13.09.16

AOT
AOT opening bidding for four contracts for Suvarnabhumi Phase ll. It expects to solicit bids for two contracts this year and will sell the bidding documents in October. It expects to raise its passenger capacity to 60mn passengers per year from 45mn passengers per year now. (Thun Hoon, 13/09/16)
Comment: Having just returned from JKT on the late night flight you can see both the arrival and departure halls bustling with passengers. I would be surprised to see capacity issues hitting AOT within the next 12 months 
 
BEAUTY
BEAUTY expects 3Q16 earnings to be good, supported by more demand. It expects 2016 revenue to grow no less than 20% from Bt1.79bn in 2015. There is progress in talks regarding distributors in Hong Kong and Taiwan and it expects a decision in 4Q16. (Thun Hoon, 13/09/16)
CHEWA
CHEWA targets three-year revenue growth of 20% annually, supported by developing new projects and buying property projects that already have their EIA. It plans to launch its first lowrise project worth Bt500mn at the end of October. (Kao Hoon, 13/0 9/16)
Comment: Its an interesting smaller property developer. But as always with this business model, scalability is an issue
 
IVL
IVL has closed the deal for a JV with Dhunseri Petrochem Limited in India. This will lift PET capacity to 700K tons per year, making it India’s second-largest producer. (Thun Hoon, 13/09/16)
Comment: Another acquisition, he’s well on his way to catching up to Reliance, but is such a strategy necessarily good for minority equity shareholders?
 
NCH
NCH launches single-house project worth Bt680mn and has sold 24 units worth more than Bt78mn. (Kao Hoon, 13/09/16)

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Stocks in the news (banpu, brr, cm, dcorp, gunkul, jmart, l&e, nwr, perm, pstc, scn, tnp, tog, tsr, ttcl) 12.09.16

BANPU
BANPU expects 3Q16 net profit to be better than 2Q16’s Bt281mn thanks to higher coal price. It plans to invest in solar rooftop by negotiating with IEs, department stores and residences. (Thun Hoon, 12/09/16)
BRR
BRR’s board approved setting up an infrastructure fund for the power business of its two subsidiaries (Buriram Sugar and Buriram Power) with capacity of 19.8MW. It expects to use the funds to invest in new plants in Buriram and Surin. (Khao Hoon, 12/09/16)
Comment: Well that is an interesting development for a company firm. I’m not sure if 20 MW is enough for an infrastructure fund though…
 
CM
CM expects to complete a deal to set up a subsidiary in Myanmar by the end of this year. It plans to invest Bt700mn in a processing plant. It plans to expand to abroad. It expects 2016 revenue to be good on the back of the baht depreciation. (Thun Hoon, 12/09/16)
DCORP
DCORP expects to sign an MoU with a Chinese partner this week to invest in a mega project. It plans to invest in a 320MW solar farm in the Philippines. It expects net profit this year. It will also book revenue from a new service (energy saving management for private companies). It expects 2017 performance to be good on the back of the power business. (Thun Hoon, 12/09/16)
Comment: We’ve been reading a lot about these solar farm’s in the Philippines, last we checked the grid there is far worse than Thailand so we have our doubts on several of these projects going through.
 
GUNKUL
GUNKUL plans to take over 40-70MW Japanese solar farms. It also plans to submit bidding documents for a 20MW solar farm in Malaysia. It expects this to increase its total capacity to 420MW at the end of 2015. It expects its capacity to reach 1000MW within 2021. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 30% as targeted. (Thun Hoon, 12/09/16)
JMART
JMART expects 4Q16 sales to surge brought by launching iPhone7. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 30% as targeted. It expects to change to a holding company within 2017 after it reaches Bt10bn in assets. (Thun Hoon, 12/09/16)
Comment: We are more curious about their other businesses which are the key drivers versus just the phone sales. Plus when you’re up against someone like Com7 that is sweet with True or SPVI that is sweet with AIS, how can JMART continue to compete?

Continue reading Stocks in the news (banpu, brr, cm, dcorp, gunkul, jmart, l&e, nwr, perm, pstc, scn, tnp, tog, tsr, ttcl) 12.09.16

Stocks in the news (aot, bjc, bkd, ivl, lph, lpn, maco, mcs, nwr, pca, ps, rs, tf, vgi) 04.07.16

AOT
AOT is confident that FY2016 profit will be a new high. It reports 1H16 profit of Bt10.1bn supported by tourism recovery. It targets 2016 passengers of more than 12.5%. It will increase its investment budget to Bt194bn to develop six airports and increase non-aeronautical ratio to 50%. (Thun Hoon, 04/07/16)
BJC
BJC announces a second rights offering of not over 807,779,000 shares. It will indicate the number of shares that will be issued for a PP on July 8, 2016. (Kao Hoon, 04/07/16)
BKD
BKD expects 2016 net profit growth of 245.8% after booking an extra item of Bt410mn from the sale of 20 rai. It expects average revenue growth of 38.5% per year. It expects 2016 revenue to exceed Bt1.45bn. (Thun Hoon, 04/07/16)
IVL
IVL confirms that Brexit will not affect its business. It expects 2Q16 to show continued growth, supported by more orders and booking profit from acquiring a business. (Kao Hoon, 04/07/16)
Comment: One of the few commodity related names to not yet have rebounded post “brexit”

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Stocks in the news (abc, acc, advanc, ajd, anan, ci, delta, global, grand, moong, nwr, ori, thai) 17.06.16

ABC
ABC plans to launch ABOVE Sukhumvit 39 condo, valued at Bt2.5bn. It expects to open for presales in 3Q16, with prices starting at Bt150,000/sqm. It expects sales to reach 60-70% this year. (Thun Hoon, 17/06/16)
ACC
ACC acquired a 5.5MW solar farm in Saraburi, valued at Bt290mn. It expects this to boost its 2Q16 earnings and full year 2016. It says it plans to invest more in order to increase its revenue. (Thun Hoon, 17/06/16)
ADVANC
ADVANC has introduced the prepaid “Zeed SIM 4G YouTube” package to tap teenagers who are heavy data users and has targeted 1.5mn new users with this new package this year. (The Nation, 17/06/16)
Comment: 2Q #’s will be interesting for all players in the industry
 
AJD
AJD expects 2016 revenue to grow more than 15% from last year’s Bt1.76bn on the back of E-commerce and top-up machines. It expects 2Q16 net profit to be better than 1Q16 aided by a bigger customer base. It has signed a contract with KTB that will expand its business. It expects a logistics deal to be concluded in 3Q16. (Thun Hoon, 17/06/16)
Comment: I still don’t believe it yet.
 
ANAN
ANAN expects 2Q16 earnings to be good with sales of at least of Bt3.43bn. It expects revenue of Bt2bn. It expects 2016 revenue to reach target backed by Bt38bn transfers. It plans to launch new projects in 2H16. It is budgeting Bt8.7bn to acquire land. (Thun Hoon, 17/06/16)
Comment: Apparently construction time has now decreased to 12-14 months depending upon the size of a project

Continue reading Stocks in the news (abc, acc, advanc, ajd, anan, ci, delta, global, grand, moong, nwr, ori, thai) 17.06.16

Stocks in the news (cbg, cwt, iec, j, jmart, max, nwr, tgpro, tpoly, tsr, tta, ureka) 01.06.16

CBG
CBG is confident that sales in 2Q16 WILL continue to grow supported by expansion in domestic and export markets. It plans to do marketing in Europe after being chosen as a sponsor for Chelsea Football Club. It expects 2016 sales to grow 15-20% and gross margin to reach 40%. (Thun Hoon, 1/6/16)
CWT
CWT expects 2016 revenue to reach Bt1.6bn. It expects to increase seat factory capacity in Cambodia. It expects 2019 production to increase to 1 million cars from capacity of 6,000 cars per month. It plans to invest in power plant and expects to clarity in 3Q16. (Thun Hoon, 1/6/16)
IEC
IEC spent Bt100mn to buy 25% of SK1 power plant. After the transaction it will hold 100%. It expects ROI of 13.12% per year. (Kao Hoon, 1/6/16)
Comment: Well ok, they will have to raise more capital to achieve their dreams
 
J
J expects revenue and profit to be a new high. It has budgeted Bt1bn to expand branches, acquire a business and buy land for development. (Kao Hoon, 1/6/16)
Comment: Similar business model to SF, in the end its a sqm leasing game.

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Stocks in the news (advanc, bjchi, bkd, bm, cho, eason, epg, fsmart, gfpt, ihl, jsp, mtls, nwr, pace, ptg, pttgc, richy, samco, solar, tk, trt, tsth) 23.05.16

ADVANC
ADVANC and TOT set to launch service under a joint trial – ADVANCED Info Service and TOT are expected to sign a contact signalling the launch of a joint-trial commercial service on the state agency’s 2.1 gigahertz spectrum shortly after the reauction of a 900 megahertz licence on Friday, Information and Communications Technology Minister Uttama Savanayana has said. (The Nation, 23/5/ 16)
Comment: There’s still another 4 more days to go before the auction, I do wonder what else could happen?
 
BJCHI
BJCHI expects 2Q16 earnings to be good aided by mega projects. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 15% thanks to numerous orders and bidding for new projects. It expects to get new projects that will increase its backlog from Bt1.7bn. (Thun Hoon, 23 /05/16)
Comment: Thus even with the volatile movements in oil prices BJCHI is still able to maintain their backlog. How?
 
BKD
BKD plans to ask board approval to invest in a new business on May 24. It expects 3Q16 earnings to mark a record high aided by government projects. Its backlog is Bt1.5bn, of which 70% is expected to be booked this year. It expects 2016 revenue to increase not less than 20%. (Thun Hoon, 23/05/16)
BM
BM reported substantial 1Q16 earnings growth aided by higher revenue from sales and lower cost with net margin of 7.05%. Core revenue came from metal trunking and electrical conduits. (Thun Hoon, 23/05/16)

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Stocks in the news (bay, bjchi, com7, delta, drt, eason, hmpro, kbs, modern, ndr, nwr, pttep, richy, scc, scn, sgp, super, tpch, tpipl, true) 27.04.16

BAY
BAY expects auto loans to grow 3% to Bt262bn despite a slowdown in new loans. It is looking for a partner to expand into loans for used cars. (Thun Hoon, 27/04/16)
Comment: I can see BAY actually taking away market share from TCAP in this. 
BJCHI
BJCHI will pay dividend of Bt0.5/share, payment on May 19. It took part in Bt6.5bn in bids, and expects the results to be announced in 2Q16. (Thun Hoon, 27/04/16)
COM7
COM7 signed a contract with TRUE to operate 166 True shops in BIGC and Tesco. It expects 2016 revenue to hit Bt17bn with net margin of 3%. (Khao Hoon, 27/04/16)
Comment: New iphone, new macbook, and now a new deal. I’m banging my head against the wall.
DELTA
DELTA reported 1Q16 earnings of Bt1.25bn (+19%) because of lower sales in embedded power supplies and higher expense. (Khao Hoon, 27/04/16)
Comment: It appears that nearly every electronics manufacturing company in the region will have rather weak growth for the foreseeable future

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Stocks in the news (eastw, gold, gpsc, kool, nwr, pttep, qh, qtc, uac, sc, siri, smt, thana, top, yuasa) 19.04.16

EASTW
EASTW expects 2Q16 net profit to be peak because of seasonality. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 5% from 2015’s Bt4.65bn brought by continuous demand growth. It plans to list its subsidiary by 4Q16. (Thun Hoon, 19/04/16)
Comment: We’ve been waiting for this UU IPO for quite a while now.
GOLD
GOLD is talking to a prospective partner to invest in property business abroad, with a decision to be made within next year. It targets 2016 revenue of Bt9.77bn driven by transfers. (Thun Hoon, 19/04/16)
GPSC
GPSC expects 1Q16 earnings to be above Bt600mn (+28%YoY, +117%QoQ) mainly driven by Bt180mn dividend from subsidiary RPCL. (Thun Hoon, 19/04/16)
KOOL
KOOL targets 2016 revenue to grow 40% on the back of a marketing campaign and higher sales because of the high temperatures. (Bangkokbiznews, 19/04/16)
NWR
NWR expects to sign contract for motorway (Bang Pa-In – Korat) valued at Bt2.5bn soon. It plans to take part in Bt30bn in bids. It is studying investing in new business which is expected to raise revenue in 2017. (Khao Hoon, 19/04/16)
Comment: The issue here is that they can’t do more than what their balance sheet permits despite their best efforts

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Infrastructure progress

Maybank Kim Eng Thailand has these great updates on a weekly basis regarding the Infrastructure Investment, see below for a succinct summary.

Who benefits from this? Well the usual players, CK, STEC, UNIQ, ITD, maybe the smaller ones too hopefully, i.e. NWR, CNT, PYLON, etc…
Investment: Infra investments update
The Cabinet approved construction of a Yellow Line and a Pink Line. The government will now look at the bidding process to ensure it takes place within the next three months. The rail links are needed to reduce traffic congestion in Bangkok, which currently has three skytrain lines and one underground line.

Mass-transit routes in Greater Bangkok: Yellow Line (Lat Phrao-Samrong (a straddle-type monorail line)) (THB52b) (2016-2019 or earlier)
Funding: Some included in FY16 budget. The government will invest no more than THB20b, covering the land expropriation costs and many of the civil works. The private sector will invest in the remaining civil engineering projects, trains, operating systems, and maintenance services, under a 30-year concession.

Current status: Fast-tracking PPP project; feasibility study finished; EIA finished; approved by the PPP committee 29 Feb 2016; approved by the Cabinet 29 Mar 2016; international bidding and private participation selection by May 2016; construction to start in Jun 2016.

PPPs: Yes; construction and operation. The government will invest no more than THB20b, covering the land expropriation costs (THB6.01b) and many of the civil works; the private sector will invest in the remaining civil engineering projects, trains, operating systems, and maintenance services, under a 30-year concession; the private sector must take all risks – under the PPP Net Cost model – if the number of passengers is not as expected.

Distance: 30.4km. The daily ridership for is estimated at 247,900 person.

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