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1. business | 22 Nov 2013
» TMB Bank and Bangkok Bank have been appointed to sell a new lot of Laotian government bonds to large and institutional investors in Thailand.
2. business | 15 Nov 2013
» The Laotian government's 3-billion-baht bonds carry a coupon rate of 4.5% for three-year maturity and 5.1% for five years.
3. business | 24 Oct 2013
» Government bonds rose, pushing the 10-year yield to the lowest level in three months, as the central bank prepares to cut its economic forecasts. The baht was little changed.
4. business | 09 Dec 2013
» Baht, bonds and stocks rose as Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the House of Representatives after lawmakers from the Democrat Party quit en masse to join protests aimed at ousting her.
5. news | 11 Nov 2013
» Thailand's baht dropped to a seven-week low and bonds fell as anti-government protests sparked by an amnesty bill dim the outlook for the economy and prompt overseas investors to pull funds from the country's ass...
6. business | 31 Oct 2013
» Thailand's baht and government bonds headed for a second monthly gain as foreigners bought more local assets amid speculation the United States Federal Reserve will delay cutting its record stimulus that has spurred ...
7. news | 18 Nov 2013
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» The Finance Ministry's Public Debt Management Office (PDMO) will issue three-year savings bonds worth 4 billion baht to raise funds to offset the projected 250-billion-baht budget deficit.
8. business | 05 Nov 2013
» The Thai government is preparing to revive sales of dollar-denominated bonds and plans to issue the first such notes since 2006 next year, according to the Public Debt Management Office.
9. business | 25 Nov 2013
» Thai fund management firms expect a rush into bonds will lift their industry's value next year to about half the country's gross domestic product (GDP) from an estimated 40% today.
10. learning | 15 Oct 2010
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» A bond is a formal contract to repay borrowed money (principal) together with interest charged for the use of this money.