BOT leaves door ajar for rate cuts

Thailand’s central bank left its policy rate unmoved at 3.50% but has indicated rate cuts could come as soon a November, strategists believe.

  • 20 Oct 2011

As widely anticipated, the Bank of Thailand (BOT) chose yesterday (October 19) not to change its policy rate. External growth and the damaging commercial impact of the recent flooding were key reasons for the decision.

Strategists at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) believe the post-meeting statement provided strong hints ...

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