The Bank of Thailand has no grave concerns about the quick appreciation of the baht over the past two days, central bank governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said on Wednesday.
The currency rose on investors' perceptions of its value against major currencies, in a comparison with other regional currencies, he said.
"The baht appreciated too quickly over these two days, but the baht's strengthening is not the result of unusual foreign capital inflow. It reflects its value," he said
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