[บทวิเคราะห์] Weak Baht, Strong Dollar, Crypto Time? with ‘Ajarn Tam’ and Ajarn Ping

© Reuters. [บทวิเคราะห์] Weak Baht, Strong Dollar, Crypto Time? with ‘Ajarn Tam’ and Ajarn Ping

last week It is about the financial markets that traders keep an eye on. Because the Thai baht has depreciated a lot. As a result, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has announced an interest rate hike of 0.25%, which could help slow the appreciation of the baht against the dollar. And help in the matter of inflation too. The investment strategist and Managing Director of Merchant Partners Securities Public Company Limited, Mr Prakit Sirivadhanaket, also known as Ajarn Ping. including Professor Tam or Phiriya Mr. Samphantharak Managing Director of Chalok.com Came out to comment on the matter through Nui Talk. Ajarn Ping said the MPC’s announcement of a 0.25% interest rate hike did not help the baht’s depreciation, “Most other countries in the world raised interest rates by at least 0.5%. Countries that raise interest rates are low and slow,” said Master Ping . Although China and Japan are not among the countries that raised interest rates to 0.5% like Thailand. But we cannot compare those countries with Thailand. Because China and Japan have an inflation rate of about 2%, it can choose not to raise interest rates. or it may be able to lower interest rates Although Thailand has inflation as high as 7.8%, Thailand chooses to raise interest rates gradually. The Bank of Thailand also does not want interest rates to be too much of a financial burden on SMEs because SMEs are starting to recover from the economic crisis affected by COVID-19. as a way of sucking out financial liquidity “This is the direction of Thailand. As to whether it is right or wrong

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