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Once Asia’s top performer the Thai baht is now becoming the region’s | thai baht forecast 2017

Once Asia’s top performer the Thai baht is now becoming the region’s

นอกจากการดูบทความนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถดูข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์อื่นๆ อีกมากมายที่เราให้ไว้ที่นี่: ดูความรู้เพิ่มเติมที่นี่

The Thai baht, once the strongestperforming currency in Asia before the pandemic, has been steadily falling in 2021 and is this year’s worsthit currency in the region, according to Mizuho Bank. The Japanese bank pointed to \”uncharacteristic underperformance in the Thai Baht, rendering it the worst performer to date in 2021\” in a note on Friday. The Thai baht has plunged more than 10% against the U. S. dollar yeartodate, as of Monday morning, according to Refinitiv Eikon data. Thailand’s currency is the weakestperforming this year compared to other major Asia Pacific currencies, according to Refinitiv. Against the greenback, the Japanese yen is nearly 7% lower, the Malaysian ringgit declined by 5%, while the Australian dollar is down 4.43% yeartodate.\”At face value, THB as the unequivocal and significant laggard does not square with Thailand’s solid (albeit diminished) current account surplus or relatively low inflation,\” wrote Vishnu Varathan, head of economics and strategy at the bank. In 2019, before the Covid pandemic hit, there were concerns about the strengthening Thai baht, which was buoyed by its large trade surplus. A stronger currency makes the country’s exports more expensive, causing them to be less attractive in international markets. Still, the Asian currency’s underperformance this year cannot be solely blamed on the Covid pandemic, considering that the impact of the delta variant on the rest of the region is \”far more dismal,\” Varathan said. Varathan pointed out the sharp decline in tourism numbers has actually multiplied the \”Covid devastation\” on Thailand’s economy. Thailand had only over 34,000 tourist arrivals as of May this year, compared with over 39 million in 2019, according to data from its tourism ministry as well as the World Bank. The Southeast Asian nation relies heavily on tourism dollars for economic growth. Tourist spending accounted for about 11% of Thai GDP in 2019, before the pandemic. Fewer tourists also mean lower demand for the Thai baht.\”The sheer force of this ‘tourism multiplier’ means that it remains the decisive drag on THB,\” Varathan said.\”Further ‘variant risks’ and attendant rolling delays to tourism/travel resumption will continue to pose a clear and present threat to the THB,\” he said, referring to new variants of Covid. Thailand’s overreliance on tourism is going to be \”very challenging\” for the country as it seeks to reopen up to tourists while still battling with the pandemic, Nomura’s Chief ASEAN Economist Euben Paracuelles said on Thursday. The country’s attempts to reopen its tourism destinations have not gone well, he told CNBC. In July, Thailand started a socalled \”sandbox\” pilot scheme in Phuket, where tourists can visit the holiday destination without quarantining. But just a week after it reopened, it recorded one case — a tourist from the United Arab Emirates. By the end of the first week, it had 27 new cases, according to the Associated Press.

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All data is taken from the source: http://cnbc.com
Article Link: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/26/asiancurrenciesthailandcovidlackoftourismhitthaibaht.html

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Once Asia's top performer the Thai baht is now becoming the region's

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