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45.803 +0.105    +0.23%
12:10:04 - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 45.697
  • Bid/Ask: 45.789 / 45.816
  • Day's Range: 45.690 - 45.925
Type:  Currency
Group:  Exotic-Cross
Base:  British Pound
Second:  Thai Baht
GBP/THB 45.803 +0.105 +0.23%
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Prev. Close45.697
Bid45.789
Day's Range45.69 - 45.925
Open45.714
Ask45.816
52 wk Range39.528 - 45.973
1-Year Change11.93%
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Moving Averages Sell Strong Sell Sell Buy Buy
Technical Indicators Strong Sell Strong Sell BUY Strong Buy Strong Buy
Summary Strong Sell Strong Sell Neutral Strong Buy Strong Buy

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Doji Star Bearish 5H 20 Jul 27, 2021 16:00
Bullish Engulfing 5H 21 Jul 27, 2021 11:00
Dragonfly Doji 30 41 Jul 30, 2021 16:30
Bullish Engulfing 1M 47 Sep 17
Evening Star 1D 54 May 19, 2021
Time: Aug 02, 2021 13:10 (GMT +1:00)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, August 2, 2021
06:30   GBP Investing.com GBP/USD Index 38.6%   35.5%
09:30   GBP Manufacturing PMI (Jul) 60.4 60.4 63.9
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
11:45   GBP 30-Year Treasury Gilt Auction     1.274%
 

Central Banks

Bank of England (BOE)
Current Rate 0.10%
Governor Andrew Bailey
Bank of Thailand (BOT)
Current Rate 0.50%
Governor Prasarn Trairatvoraku
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Jonathon Wood
Jonathon Wood Mar 24, 2021 21:07
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Can anyone explain how this currency remains so strong, especially when the capacity for borrowing remains tight and more cash is flowing out of the country than in, long term economic prospects are poor yet the baht strengthens relentlessly?
Nick Kenchington
Nick Kenchington Mar 24, 2021 21:07
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The only compelling fact is that Thailand has enormous reserves.
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Nick Kenchington Mar 24, 2021 21:07
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The only compelling fact is that Thailand has enormous reserves.
Thomas Barnard Linsell
Thomas Barnard Linsell Mar 24, 2021 21:07
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Because after the 1989 crash. Thailand got rid of it's USD debt. Now it borrows of the CHY
Ian Riding
Ian Riding Oct 15, 2020 15:27
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with all the problems going on in thai..the baht is still strong..why is this ?
Chris Marsden
Chris Marsden Jul 29, 2020 8:50
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GBP now exceptionally bullish against THB. Thailand's economy essentially FUBAR for any foreseeable future. Even when start button is pushed, globally no-one has money to spend on holidays such as Thailand anymore. General outlook for THB now weakening as big money searches for countries with a more viable economic plan. BOT finally got what they wanted but not the way they intended. Sell THB now.
Nick Kenchington
Nick Kenchington Jul 29, 2020 8:50
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I think you'd be surprised how much money people have for holidays! I have friends who are desperate to go to Thailand, having had their plans scuppered last year.
Chris Marsden
Chris Marsden Jul 29, 2020 8:50
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Hi Nick. Yes, I am sure that you are correct and a few will make the journey over to Thailand.  Not quite the numbers that TAT are stating of course and the experience for those who do will be somewhat different from what they might have seen before. The trailing behind of the Thai vaccination program will likely delay this. Anyway, we are calling the Baht here and my first bear call was on15/07/19 @ 38.4, with the 2nd call on 29/07/20 @ 40.6.  So on today's exchange 13.8% and 7.4% GBP gain respectively.  If it can break through strong resistance at the 44.1 level then 50 and 55 are the next two stops as far as I can see, so if your friends hold on for another year they may well be getting a lot more bang for their buck. All depends on the USD maintaining global confidence of course.
sam orthona
sam orthona Jul 29, 2020 8:50
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still keeps testing that resistance. Maybe this week will see that break of 44
Natapat Rojanavibhat
Natapat Rojanavibhat Jul 30, 2019 18:28
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let it down below 36
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Natapat Rojanavibhat Jul 30, 2019 18:28
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UK trick dropped GBP to boost export.
Natapat Rojanavibhat
Natapat Rojanavibhat Jul 30, 2019 18:28
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let it down below 36
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Natapat Rojanavibhat Jul 30, 2019 18:28
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wanna see how is deepest.
Chris Marsden
Chris Marsden Jul 15, 2019 6:57
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And as you can now see, none of that happened. the ongoing attempt to weaken the baht by BOT will fail and the drift will continue downwards until the last quarter where, if the UK fully exits from the EU, the direction will change as the pound slowly gains strength.
james oneil
james oneil Feb 15, 2016 19:12
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as a result of the chinese economy slowing faster than expected, and british economy rising it has to be inevitable the pound will become stronger over the next 2 months, so i am expecting the thai baht to be around 53 to the gbp by april
Jordan Cialini
Jordan Cialini Feb 15, 2016 19:12
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I hope so ...my holiday in Pattaya Thailand will be cheaper
 
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