Thai Beverage (ThaiBev)

Three cheers to ThaiBev for higher returns - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Three cheers to ThaiBev for higher returns

DBS Group Research is keeping its “buy” call on Thai Beverage (ThaiBev) with a target price of 90 cents.

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UOBKH sees 'minimal' impact on ThaiBev from Thai political unrest

Despite the escalating political unrest in Thailand, UOB KayHian has continued to be optimistic on the prospects of alcohol beverage manufacture Thai Beverage (ThaiBev).

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Thai Beverage Public Co

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CGS-CIMB “add” 70 cents

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Why ThaiBev is back to 'Happy Hour': CGS-CIMB

With a declining number of new daily Covid-19 cases in Thailand and Vietnam, coupled with Thai Beverage’s (ThaiBev) cheap valuation, CGS-CIMB Research has turned optimistic on the alcohol beverage

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Consumer staples ThaiBev, Food Empire to be least affected by Covid-19: RHB

Rising optimism in the market may buoy the consumer sector in the coming quarters, though rising unemployment and overall economic toll from Covid-19 still remain causes for concern, say

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Sabeco could continue to drag ThaiBev due to Vietnam alcohol ban: Phillips

Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corp (Sabeco), which is a subsidiary of Thai Beverage (ThaiBev), could continue to be a drag on the latter, according to Phillip Securities.

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CGS-CIMB warns of lower ThaiBev 9M earnings against other positive analyst reviews

Following Thai Beverage’s (ThaiBev) 9M FY20 business update, most analysts are positive on the company despite the impact from the restrictions to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19


F&N posts 8.2% drop in 9M earnings to $118 mil on adverse impacts from Covid-19

Fraser and Neave (F&N), the food and beverage manufacturer and distributor owned by Thai Beverage, announced in a business update that its 9M20 earnings have dropped by 8.2% y-o-y to $118 milli

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Consumer staples to recover after harrowing second quarter, say DBS analysts

SINGAPORE (10 June): ASEAN consumer staple markets have been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic so far, with analysts expecting 2Q20 to be a particularly difficult time for investors.

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Retail REITs, retail and transport stocks poised to benefit from circuit breaker exit: DBS

SINGAPORE (June 1): As Singapore begins to ease the circuit breaker (CB) measures starting with Phase 1 on June 2, several stocks and real estate investment trusts (REITs) could emerge as beneficia

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