How to Trade the EUR/USD Currency Pair: Professional Tips

The behaviour of the EUR/USD pair is a kind of indicator showing the comparative condition of the US and EU economies. If the US economy steadily grows, and problems arise in the EU, the EUR/USD decreases.

How Strengthening Thai Assets Could Affect the Forex Market

Ever since Donald Trump was elected as the newest President of the USA, many Asian currencies have experienced a boost, including the Thai baht

Thai bath weakens on FED cuts

The US dollar has significantly strengthened against other currencies while the baht weakened to Bt32.33-32.35 against the dollar at the opening today – a decline in line with other currencies in the region.

Dollars go Home

Foreign capital starts flowing back to the United States, said Bank of Thailand governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul, following the improvement in the US economy.

Bank of Thailand Governor: towards a multi-polar currency system

Bank of Thailand Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul focus on the three problematic issues facing emerging market economies and the current international monetary system, and how we may think of what needs to be done to put our international monetary system on a more sustainable path.

Dollar rises on Portugal worry and Britain growth prospect

The U.S. dollar rose against major currencies in late New York trading on Wednesday as Portugal’ s austerity plan might be rejected and Britain cut its economic growth prospect in 2011 and 2012. It is widely expected that the austerity plan raised by the minority Portuguese government could not be passed in a vote later on Wednesday in the parliament

Kasikornbank forecasts dollar at 25 Thai baht within two years

The Kasikornbank research unit forecasts the Thai baht will reach 28 baht per US dollar next year and keep rising to hit 25 baht within two years.

Thai Baht: what can stop it from raising ?

The belief that the baht will continue to rise is not far-fetched when viewed within the broader context in which the central banks of the G3 key reserve currencies – US dollar, euro and yen – are committed to near zero interest rates and quantitative easing.