Record tourist arrivals to Thailand that buoyed shares of hotels and the nation’s airports operator haven’t boosted the country’s four listed carriers. Investors eyeing the laggard airline stocks, however, may do well to reconsider. Bangkok Airways Pcl and Thai Airways Pcl have each fallen more than 20 percent since the start of 2017, while the Stock Exchange of Thailand’s gauge of hotel stocks rallied 26 percent.
After strong international tourist arrivals in 2017, Airports of Thailand Pcl surpassed Spain’s Aena SA as the world’s most-valuable airport services company. Powered by a 75 percent gain since May 1, the operator of Thailand’s main international airports also passed the 1 trillion baht ($31 billion) market capitalization mark, joining only state-controlled energy company PTT Pcl above that milestone.
La ambiciosa mejora del iPhone que anunciará Apple esta semana surge una década después de que se lanzó el teléfono inteligente, cuando las compañías de energía representaban la mitad de las 10 principales empresas a nivel mundial y la compañía de Steve Jobs se ubicaba mucho, mucho más bajo en el ranking.Este martes, Apple lanzará en el auditorio Steve Jobs de Apple Park, en California, tres nuevos modelos de iPhone, una versión actualizada de su caja de televisión Apple TV, que puede...
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Selecting a term
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