Thai shares yesterday slipped almost 2%, extending Monday's 3.27% slump, while the baht weakened to a one-year low on lingering worries about the country's economic health after it entered into a mild recession in the second quarter.
Thai shares have plunged 5.18% over the past two days but are still up by 0.72% year-to-date. PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASILL
Regionally, a new wave of emerging-market fund exodus has also been driven by concerns over the US Federal Reserve's potential stimulus tapering.
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