The following shares may have unusual price changes in Thailand’s stock market. Stock symbols are in parentheses after company names and prices are from the last close.
The SET Index fell 8.46, or 0.9 percent, to 987.21.
CP All Pcl (CPALL TB): Thailand’s largest convenience-store operator increased its profit in 2010 by 33 percent to 6.66 billion baht ($218 million). CP All dropped 1.9 percent to 38 baht.
Minor International Pcl (MINT TB): The nation’s biggest hotel and restaurant operator reported net income dropped 11 percent to 1.24 billion baht. Minor fell 2.8 percent to 10.6 baht.
Vinythai Pcl (VNT TB): The maker of plastic resins doubled its cash dividend to 0.70 baht a share for its 2010 earnings from a payout of 0.35 baht a share the previous year. Vinythai gained 1.7 percent to 12.3 baht.
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