BANGKOK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The Thai stock market could rise as much as 37 percent, to 500 points, in the coming year on the back of an improving global economy, but tensions in the Middle East will present a major risk, analysts said on Friday. Domestic political stability and banks' excess liquidity and low interest rates will remain major drivers for the Thai bourse, analysts and fund managers say. The property, building, finance, automobile and entertainment sectors will be the ...
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