Thailand to cut rates in next meeting: Barclays

The Bank of Thailand is likely to cut rates in its next meeting in order to “shore up” confidence after the worst floods in a century impact the economy, says the British bank.

  • 29 Nov 2011

The Bank of Thailand is likely to provide monetary stimulus in its next meeting on November 30 in order to rebuild confidence after the painful damage brought about after the flooding hurt the economy.

Barclays Capital believes that the Bank of Thailand (BoT) needs to cut rates by at ...

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