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Bangkok Bank PCL : Thailand's Bangkok Bank slashes loan growth...

Thailand's Bangkok Bank has slashed the country's loan growth target to 2% for this year. According to Kosit Panpiemras , Chairman Bangkok Bank , the non-performing loans in the banking system were expected to increase this year as some industries, ... 4 Traders, 3 days ago

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Bank of Thailand Ignores Hawkish Data and Leaves Rates Unchanged

Thai baht notesReuters Despite a series of hawkish data, the Thai central bank left the policy rate unchanged at 2% at the review on 17 September, pushing the baht back near a one-month low against the dollar. USD/THB rose to 32.295 on Wednesday ...
 International Business Times UK4 days ago Thai Central Bank Keeps Rate Steady As Expected  RTTNews.com4 days ago Thai central bank keeps rate at 2pc  Yahoo! Malaysia3 days ago

Thailand holds rate for fourth time as state spending boosted

The Bank of Thailand's main building in Bangkok. Photo: Bloomberg Bangkok: Thailand kept its key interest rate unchanged for a fourth straight meeting to support the economy as Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha 's newly appointed cabinet increases ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago Thailand Holds Rate a Fourth Time as Government Pushes Spending  Washington Post4 days ago BoT holds key interest rate at 2%  Bangkok Post4 days ago
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BAAC lends B30bn to boost cooperatives [Bangkok Post, Thailand :: ]

Sept. 17--The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) targets to lend 30 billion baht to cooperatives as a source of funds to buy nine farm products in an effort to shore up their prices. The products are rice, corn, ...
 BusinessWeek4 days ago THAILAND PRESS-BAAC needs 7 years to clear rice debts - The Nation  Reuters Africa4 days ago

Baht Maintains Gain as Central Bank Holds Rate Before Fed Meets

The baht rose for a second day as the Bank of Thailand kept its benchmark interest rate on hold for a fourth meeting before the Federal Reserve convenes. Policy makers left the one-day bond repurchase rate at 2 percent, as forecast by all 21 ...
 BusinessWeek4 days ago Baht Gains on Fed-Induced Inflows Before Thai Policy Decision  Bloomberg4 days ago Baht gains on US Fed-induced inflows  Bangkok Post4 days ago

Thai central bank holds key rate at 2.0pc to aid recovery

Wednesday, 17 September 2014 12:47 Posted by BANGKOK: Following is a statement from Thailand's central bank after it left its benchmark one-day repurchase rate unchanged at 2.0 percent for a fourth straight meeting on Wednesday, as expected. The ...
 Business Recorder4 days ago Central Banks Watch: Draghi and Stevens in Focus After Fed Rate Hint; Israel, …  Yahoo! Singapore1 day ago Sommai to cooperate with central bank  Bangkok Post5 days ago Central Bank Balance Bullying: Investor Implications  Market Oracle4 days ago
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Asian Development Bank cuts Southeast Asia's growth outlook, blames tensions in Thailand and Vietnam

Relations between Hanoi and Beijing plummeted when, in May, a Chinese oil rig was moved near the disputed Paracel Islands. HONG KONG: The Asian Development Bank on Friday downgraded its 2014 economic outlook for Southeast Asia citing political tensions in ...
 Economic Times2 months ago India likely to have 6.3% growth in 2015-16: ADB  Deccan Herald2 months ago ADB projects 6.3% growth for India in 2015-16  Rediff.com2 months ago Asian Development Bank projects 6.3% growth for India in 2015-16  Economic Times2 months ago
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India to Overtake Thailand as Global Auto Hub by 2020: Report

According to a report by Standard Chartered Bank, Hyundai plans to source engines for its global operations from India, Ford plans to make India its manufacturing hub for engines for the Asia-Pacific region and Africa, and Volkswagen plans to increase ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago

Thailand rice scheme losses $9.9 bln and rising - state bank

* Govt may take 7 years to clear up debt - state bank * Losses at estimated at 320 bln baht at end-May, set to rise * PM rules out similar scheme, prices set to fall (Adds background, prices) By Apornrath Phoonphongphiphat BANGKOK, Sept 17 (Reuters) ...
 Sharenet4 days ago Thailand suffers RM31 bil loss due to rice support scheme  KiniBiz4 days ago UPDATE 1-Thailand rice scheme losses $9.9 bln and rising - state bank  Reuters4 days ago Thailand rice scheme losses $9.9bn and rising  Business Recorder4 days ago

Policy rate maintained at 2 per cent

News Desk The Nation Publication Date : 17-09-2014 The Bank of Thailand today opted to keep the policy rate at the currently low level, citing the early stage of economic recovery and low risks to financial stability. At the meeting ...
 Asia News Network4 days ago Thailand's new type of bond may help extended rice subsidy debt payment  Asia News Network2 days ago Holes in Thailand's foreign policy  Asia News Network5 days ago Ringgit falls to three-month low on US Fed's interest-rate target outlook  Malay Mail3 days ago
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