Bank of Thailand (BoT) Deputy Governor Bandid Nijathaworn on Friday said that foreign capital continued flowing into Thailand’s stock and bond markets, showing that liquidity remains high overseas and that foreign investors are confident of investing in Asian countries, including Thailand.

He said foreign investors believed asset prices in Asia would increase due to the continued economic recovery of the region.

Investors were also satisfied with the improved economic fundamentals of Thailand as could be witnessed by a continued increase in local production and consumption.

The country’s exports had also risen without interrupteion in terms value due to the global economic recovery and higher farm product prices.

via Foreign capital continues flowing into Thai stock and bond markets: BoT.

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