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Strafen für negative Analysen angedroht.......

Erstellt von waanjai, 15.08.2004, 19:10 Uhr · 0 Antworten · 808 Aufrufe

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    Strafen für negative Analysen angedroht.......

    Jetzt wird wieder eine härtere Gangart gegenüber Kritikern eingeschlagen. 500.000 Baht oder bis zu 2 Jahre Gefängnis für die Analysten, die (unhaltbare) negative Analysen über Thailands Wirtschaft oder Teile davon erstellen und verbreiten.
    Schließlich sind die Aktienkurse in diesem Jahr im Schnitt um 23% gesunken. Da kann jetzt keiner mehr kommen und einfach sagen, Thaksinomics (die Wirtschaftspolitik der Regierung Taksin) wäre zum Scheitern verurteilt. Da könnte ja jeder kommen. Also, wenn nicht schon gleich die Rübe ab, dann aber wenigstens empfindliche Strafen.

    Wenn in Diskussionen die Leute, denen die Argumente ausgegangen sind, plötzlich anfangen zu schreien oder immer nur noch skandieren "Schluß mit der Debatte", dann wissen wir "wo der Hase läuft". Thairakthai hat nun die Übeltäter bei den Analysten und Journalisten ausgemacht.

    In Demokratien ist es durchaus erlaubt, die Wirtschaftspolitik der Regierung dafür verantwortlich zu machen, wie es auf den Geldmärkten und Börsen zugeht. Ist bei der Opposition gegen Bush´s Wirtschaftspolitik (Voodoo Economics) ebenso gang und gäbe wie bei der Opposition gegen die Wirtschaftspolitik von Schroeder und Genossen.

    Gleichzeitig zeigt aber die neue "Dünnhäutigkeit", wo die wirklichen Probleme liegen. Mit Sicherheit nicht bei der Opposition. :-)

    Hier die ganze Story aus der Bangkok Post vom 14. August:
    "SEC threatens to take action against ´negative´ analysts

    Fines as well as jail sentences possible
    NUNTAWUN POLKUAMDEE AND WICHIT CHANTANUSORNSIRI

    "Investors should focus on fundamental factors," an animated Thirachai tells a news conference.
    The Securities and Exchange Commission has threatened to press charges against any securities analysts found to be spreading ´´negative´´ rumours or reports.

    SEC secretary-general Thirachai Phuvanat-naranubala said that under the SEC Act, such offences could be punished with fines of at least 500,000 baht and jail sentences of up to two years.

    Finance Minister Somkid Jatusripitak issued a similar stern warning, saying that any analysts found to be spreading reports without grounds would have their licences revoked and could face criminal charges.

    Authorities came out against local analysts as Thai shares dropped another 1.1% yesterday, their eighth straight losing session. Since the beginning of the year, the Stock Exchange of Thailand has fallen nearly 23%, a sharp change from the 116% gain posted last year.

    Analysts say poor market sentiment has been led by selling of local banks, particularly market giant Krung Thai Bank. Reports that the central bank was considering divesting its shares in the bank and questions about its financial stability have pushed the bank´s share price to a one-year low.

    Dr Somkid said unfounded reports and rumours were undermining the stock exchange and had to be addressed.

    Securities regulators were directed to audit tapes of local analysts when consulting with clients to see if the information being passed was accurate.

    ´´If [analysts] are speaking without any factual basis, it´s causing economic instability and is wrong,´´ Dr Somkid said.

    He criticised those who adopted views that were unjustified and unsupported by facts.

    ´´Some say that Thaksinomics will cause the economy to crash. What exactly are they using as the basis for their analysis? It´s like saying a healthy person must become sick for certain.´´

    He said exports and tourism remained strong, while foreign investment for the year to date had exceeded targets of 400 billion baht.

    Mr Thirachai said rumours spread in trading rooms had undermined the investment environment. He singled out Bualuang Securities for spreading a research report that the SET was considering suspending shares of Siam City Bank, a report that proved to be false.

    ´´Too much analysis is based on sentiment rather than in-depth fundamental analysis,´´ he said.

    ´´Three factors are currently affecting investor sentiment worldwide _ oil prices, interest rates and the slowdown of the Chinese economy. But the impact on the Thai economy is relatively slight, yet other factors have contributed to a panic. And both local analysts and marketing officers have contributed to this.´´

    Mr Thirachai said investors should focus on fundamental factors such as the core profitability of local companies, which was improving steadily over the past several quarters.

    Starting Oct 1, the SEC will maintain a register of local analysts, including a preliminary outline of responsibilities of securities executives for their research reports, with brokers held accountable for their house positions on local stocks.

    Mr Thirachai said the SEC, the SET and the Securities Analysts´ Association would co-ordinate to help improve the quality of research and establish clear codes of conduct.

    Kongkiat Opaswongkarn, chief executive officer at Asia Plus Securities and chairman of the Securities Analysts´ Association, said analysts should not focus excessively on sentiment factors, particularly in a bear market when investment and profit opportunities actually increased.

    ´´Last year, the Thai market increased, and analysts uniformly agreed that further gains were possible,´´ he said.

    ´´Yet since the beginning of the year, the market has declined, and analysts have turned to saying further declines were likely. But the Thai market is much different than four years ago, with leveraging down and profitability up.´´

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