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36.1980+0.1380 (+0.3829%)
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Previous close36.0600
Day's range36.0250 - 36.2700
52-week range33.7550 - 37.2600
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Taiwan dollar falls after election; Thai baht rises most since Dec

    * Taiwan dollar hits more than three-week low * Thailand baht emerges outlier among Asian FX * Japan's Nikkei hits 34-year high (Updates at 0640 GMT) By Archishma Iyer Jan 15 (Reuters) - The Taiwan dollar hit a more than three-week low on Monday even as equities rose following the victory of the country's Democratic Progressive Party in the presidential election, while Thailand's baht advanced the most since mid-December. Taiwan's currency fell about 0.4%, hitting its lowest level since Dec. 21 at 31.284 per dollar, while its stocks climbed around 0.2%. The Democratic Progressive Party's candidate Lai Ching-te won the presidency on Saturday for the third consecutive term, but the party lost its parliamentary majority.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Thai baht muted after cenbank holds rates; Asian FX boosted by Fed's comments

    (.) * Taiwan dollar, Malaysian ringgit lead gains * Thai baht, stocks flat after holds rates * Dollar index hits multi-month lows By Archishma Iyer Nov 29 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht and equities traded flat after its central bank stood pat on interest rates on Wednesday, while most emerging Asian currencies rose after dovish comments from a Federal Reserve official pushed the dollar to a more than three-month low. The baht was trading at 34.730 to the dollar, as of 0730 GMT after the central bank kept rates unchanged, as expected, at 2.50%, a decade-high.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Thai baht lowest in over 10 months; other Asian FX steady

    (.) * Thai baht hits 10-month low * Dollar steady near 10-month high * Asia stocks largely gain * U.S. 10-year yields highest since Oct 2007 By Roushni Nair Sept 28 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht slumped to its lowest in more than 10 months on Thursday, hit by persistent worries over the country's fiscal outlook, while other Asian currencies steadied after recent losses against a rallying dollar. Several other currencies in the region managed slight gains, with the Philippine peso, China's yuan, and the Indian rupee each up 0.1%. While the rupee was propped up by likely intervention from the Reserve Bank of India, China's yuan held steady underpinned by a persistently stronger-than-expected official guidance fix.