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33.0380-0.1270 (-0.3829%)
As of 11:10PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close33.1650
Day's range32.9790 - 33.0850
52-week range29.2000 - 33.9900
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most Asian FX decline, Thai baht bucks trend to hit 2-week high

    * Thai baht gains for fourth straight day * Philippine peso, Indonesian rupiah, S.Korean won weaken * Regional equities mixed; Singapore, Thai shares gain By Sameer Manekar Jan 4 (Reuters) - The Thai baht firmed to an over two-week high on Tuesday, kicking off the new year on a positive note, as investors looked beyond clouds cast by the spreading Omicron coronavirus variant, while most other Asian emerging currencies weakened. Notching a fourth straight session of gains, the baht appreciated 0.3% to 33.26 per dollar, its highest since late November. The Thai currency's strong start to 2022 comes after it suffered its worst decline in two decade.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian FX firm; Thai baht and Indonesian rupiah jump on investor optimism

    * Indonesian rupiah hits five-week high * S.Korean won marks best day since start of December * Thai baht snaps three-day losing streak * Regional equities higher; Philippine shares advance over 1% By Sameer Manekar Dec 23 (Reuters) - The Thai baht and Indonesian rupiah rose more than half a percent each on Thursday, buoyed by an optimistic view of the global economic outlook even as the world continues to grapple with uncertainty around the Omicron coronavirus variant. Thailand's baht firmed up to 33.57 per dollar, breaking a three-day losing streak and marking its best day in two weeks, while the Indonesian rupiah extended gains into a third session to hit its highest since Nov. 19.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Thai baht, Malaysian ringgit lead Asian FX higher as Omicron fears ease

    No change to text.) * Risk-sensitive Asian currencies firm on waning Omicron concerns * Thai baht top gainer among regional units * Most regional equities gain * India's cenbank seen holding rates - Reuters poll By Sameer Manekar Dec 8 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht hit a near two-week high on Wednesday as waning concerns about the new Omicron coronavirus variant supported prospects for the tourism-reliant economy, while Malaysia's ringgit also advanced to its best day in six. Indications that Omicron may be less severe than first feared, combined with news of China's monetary stimulus this week, has helped risk appetite in the region.