Currencies and equities across emerging markets — from Russia to Venezuela, Thailand to Indonesia, Mexico to Columbia -- are plunging, causing global equity value to shrink by $2.8 trillion (equivalent to 1.5 times India's market captialisation) ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
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BANGKOK: Southeast Asian stocks fell on Monday as lower crude oil prices hit energy shares, dragging the key Thai index to the lowest in almost three weeks, while stocks in Malaysia and Indonesia slipped amid foreign outflows and weak currencies. ...TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago Thai stocks at 3-week low, KL and Jakarta hit by outflows Malay Mail, 1 week ago SE Asia Stocks-Thai SET index near 3-wk low; outflows hit Malaysia, Indonesia Sharenet, 1 week ago Thai SET index near 3-week low; outflows hit Malaysia, Indonesia Business Recorder, 1 week ago
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Thailand has featured prominently in two top-10 rankings of countries with staggering illicit capital outflows. One 2012 study involved 24 other countries that saw a record US$991.2 billion lost to crime, corruption and tax evasion. The other showed ...Asiaone, 3 days ago
In the top 10 country sources of illegal capital outflows are Malaysia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Thailand. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa WASHINGTON, Dec 16 —A global anti-corruption group said yesterday that nearly US$1 trillion (RM3.496 ...Malay Mail, 4 days ago Malaysia No. 5 for illicit financial flows in 2012, lost US$49 billion, says anti-graft group Yahoo! Malaysia, 4 days ago Philippines among top illicit capital sources Business World, 3 days ago Zambian copper in illicit financial flows Zambia Post, 1 month ago
Dec. 19--CIMB Thai Bank (CIMBT) has sharply slashed its 2015 growth forecast for Thailand's economy to 3.3% in a sign that Southeast Asia's second-largest economy could expand by less than 4% for a third straight year. Possible delays in ...BusinessWeek, 1 day ago CIMB THAI BANK PCL : CIMBT cuts GDP growth projection 4 Traders, 1 day ago
Thailand's government bonds fell, pushing the five-year yield up the most in 10 months, and the baht weakened before the country's central bank meets to review policy amid a selloff in emerging-market assets. Sixteen of 23 economists surveyed by ...Bloomberg, 3 days ago Thai Bonds Set for Longest Monthly Rally Since 2008 on Rate Bets Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago Thai Bonds Have Longest Monthly Rally Since 2008 on Rate Bets BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago Thai bonds set to advance on rate bets Malay Mail, 3 weeks ago
More than $35 billion was illicitly drained from Thailand through money laundering, tax evasion, crime and false trade documentation in 2012, according to Global Financial Integrity latest report. 2012 is marking the fourth-consecutive annual ...Thailand Business News, 1 day ago Corruption drained $35.6bn from Thailand in 2012 Bangkok Post, 4 days ago
WASHINGTON, Dec 16, (Agencies): A global anti-corruption group said Monday that nearly $1 trillion was illicitly drained from developing countries in 2012, representing a record level of corruption, money laundering and false trade documentation. ...Arab Times, 3 days ago Developing nations lose US$1t in illicit outflow in 2012 Shanghai Daily, 3 days ago Kuwait '36' In Illicit Outflows MENAFN, 2 days ago China, India and Russia Among Most Corrupt Developing Countries International Business Times India, 3 days ago
Thailand's bonds fell, with the two-year yield posting its biggest increase since May, amid a selloff in emerging markets before tomorrow's central bank meeting. The yield on the 4.125 government securities due November 2016 climbed six basis ...Bloomberg, 4 days ago
BANGKOK, Dec 16 -- Bank of Thailand (BoT) Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul, said today that the central bank would not issue any special measures for the time being although the baht rate has fallen close to Bt33 per one US dollar. Mr ...MCOT, 4 days ago BOT:Special measures remain unnecessary Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies, 4 days ago Thai central bank chief says no measure needed to support baht now Business Recorder, 4 days ago
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