Thailand saw capital outflows of more than 200 billion baht in the first quarter as investors turned to high-yield overseas bonds to bet on higher returns amid the escalating political tension and the low interest rate environment at home.
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Local short-term, and medium to long-ended notes, however, still attracted net inflows of around 30 billion baht and 9 billion baht, respectively, during the January-to-March period, according to Morningstar Research.
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