The GDP in Thailand is driven by exports with investments lagging creating a drag on GDP growth. Analyst consensus is that two years of negative earnings growth will come to an end in 2016. Fundamentals are moderately attractive supported by good ROE and dividend yield. In 2Q16 the best performing sector was Consumer Discretionary and the worst performing was Telecom.
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