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|... meeting - that came at about the same time as similarly surprising cuts from the Reserve Bank of India and the Bank of Thailand - while at the same time not discounting negative interest rates and/or quantitative easing. While most are still speculating ...|
|... in three years to 1.59% from a high of 1.94% in April this year. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ), the Bank of Thailand (BOT) and the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) surprise moves towards increased monetary policy accommodation on August 7 supports ...|
|... meeting. This is bigger than market expectations for a 25 bps reduction and followed May's 25 bps rate cut. The Bank of Thailand (BOT) snipped 25 bps off its key policy interest rate to 1.50%, surprising financial markets which expected it to keep ...|
|... graduate and started her career at Thailand's central bank. She worked in investment risk management at Bank of Thailand where she pioneered a balance sheet risk management approach linked to how a central bank conducts its monetary policy and the ...|
|... the previous month. Consumer confidence also weakened in the European Union from -5.7 to -5.8 in June. Brexit? Bank of Thailand holds As widely expected, the Bank of Thailand (BOT) kept interest rates unchanged for a 14th straight month following its ...|
|... lending finance data for October, and Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens is scheduled to speak at a Bank of Thailand function in Bangkok. In company news, a hearing will be held in Victoria's Supreme Court to finalise National Australia ...|
|... in value adds like governance and sophisticated services. Bandid Nijathaworn, former deputy governor of the Bank of Thailand and now chair of the Thai Bond Market Association, wrote in a recent edition of the Lowy Institute's Interpreter newsletter that ...|
|... Peoples Bank of China announce that it is lifting the reserve requirement for its large commercial banks and the Bank of Thailand and the Bank of Korea both raising their policy interest rates. More are expected to follow. However, these do not readily ...|
While there may be uncertainty surrounding the economic implications of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; if business leaders are not consistent, empathetic and clear with their response, they should prepare to face the music.
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