The baht ended three days of losses as international investors increased holdings of Thailand's debt amidst optimism the economy is improving.
The baht rose 0.1 per cent to 28.90 per dollar as of 9:41 am Thursday in Bangkok after reaching a one-week low of 28.99 earlier in the day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
The currency touched 28.56 on April 22 and April 19, the strongest level since a devaluation in July 1997 that sparked the Asian financial crisis.
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