In the third week of March, Thailand’s stock market continued to fluctuate in accordance with policy changes from central banks in various countries. In the meantime, prices of energy stocks have now reflected the oil prices at $40 per barrel. The SET Index is now close to the resistance line at 1,400 points, and investors are in a rush to sell out their stocks to make profit. This week, the SET Index closed at 1,382.96 points, a 0.007% decrease.
Investors are keeping an eye on the JAS situation, interest decrease policy from the Bank of Thailand meeting, as well as the Thai government’s policies to stimulate the economy during Songkran festivities.