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1. business | 01 Apr 2013
» The baht has been one of the better performing currencies in the region this year, gaining 4% against the US dollar and reviving fresh debate about the impact on exporters and the economy.
2. learning | 10 Aug 2011
» Foreign capital flows into Asia and stronger currencies likely after US sovereign credit rating downgrade, ADB capital market report predicts.
3. news | 04 May 2013
» NEW DELHI - Japan says it will increase financial cooperation with Southeast Asian nations, support their bond markets and make it easier for Japanese companies to raise funds in local currencies.
4. learning | 14 Sep 2010
» The US dollar is losing value (weakening, depreciating) while Asian currencies have been gaining value (strengthening, appreciating). This makes Asian exports more expensive which could have a negative effect on the Thai...
5. news | 05 Apr 2013
» The Thai baht is now stable and moving in line with the currencies of other countries in the Asian region, central bank deputy governor Pongpen Ruangveerayuth said on Friday.
6. learning | 18 Oct 2010
» Like a gigantic tsunami wave crossing the Pacific Ocean, US dollar depreciation is causing currency appreciation in Asian currencies. A major global currency realignment is underway.
7. business | 10 Apr 2013
» Southeast Asian economies will maintain resilient growth this year and the next thanks to robust domestic demand and deeper regional integration, but capital inflows will continue to pressure currencies, says the Asian D...
8. business | 16 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Bank of Japan's unprecedented monetary easing announcement, which sent the yen to a multi-year low against major currencies, has prompted yen-funded carry trade in emerging markets, with Thai bonds expected to re...
9. learning | 13 Sep 2012
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» Keeping baht stable & weak for exporters means losses for central bank when it buys & sells currencies. Weak baht also means capital inflows.