The baht fell below 32 to the US dollar yesterday, a three-year low, while the stock market sank at one point to its lowest intraday level since last November.
Capital outflows are rising after the minutes from last month's US Federal Reserve meeting showed officials support a stimulus easing this year should the US economy improve.
The local currency slid to its weakest level since August 2010, the first time it dipped below 32 since July 2012, said Bloomberg. The baht fell to 32.09/32.13 to the greenback and has dropped about 5% this year.
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