Thailand’s baht strengthened the most in a month and bonds rose after police began dismantling anti-government demonstration sites.
Riot police removed barriers, sandbags and tents outside Government House on Feb 14, when onshore financial markets were closed for a public holiday.
Gross domestic product increased 0.6% in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, more than the median estimate in a Bloomberg survey for a 0.3%, official data showed Monday. Most Asian currencies rose today after China reported record new credit in January.
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