How long can the Bank of Thailand stay dovish?

The BOT is one of the few major Asian central banks to have kept rates at record lows since the pandemic began, but it recently signaled a policy shift as inflation surged to a near 14-year high in May.

BoT hints at Gradual Hikes for Policy Interest Rates

The BOT is one of the few major Asian central banks to have kept rates at record lows since the pandemic began, but it recently signaled a policy shift as inflation surged to a near 14-year high in May.

Thailand’s inflation rate highest in 14 years

Inflation may accelerate in June as continued increase in fuel prices have raised the costs of transportation and logistics, and a weak baht has driven up the price of imported raw materials and products

Bank of Thailand keeps policy rate unchanged at 0.5%

The Bank of Thailand kept its key policy rate unchanged at 0.5%, amid growing pressure coming from rising prices and monetary policy tightening by its peers.

Thailand’s inflation rate reaches 2.71% in November

The inflation rate is calculated based on the prices of 430 items. And as many as 235 items were sold at a higher price in November, including cooking oil and coriander.

Thai Economy bottomed out in Q3 2021 says Bank of Thailand

The Thai economy would expand at a pace close to the previous projection for 2021 and 2022 on the back of domestic spending that gradually recovered following the relaxation of containment measures, partially offsetting the adverse impact of higher global energy prices.

March inflation hits 51-month low at -0.54 percent

March 2020 inflation rate receded to 0.54 percent, marking the first recession in 33 months and the lowest inflation rate in 51 months.

Oil price pushed headline inflation up to 1.55%YOY in January

Headline inflation continued edging up to 1.55%YOY in January 2017 from 1.13%YOY in the previous month.