Fireside Chats – Asia Insights: How do the Thai protests tie into the Thai economy?

How much of an impact are the recent protests having on the Thai Economy?

  • We discuss the origins of the recent student-led protests, and why are they expected to persist?
  • How much of an impact will these protests have on Thailand’s economic, and policy outlook?
  • And finally, what does this all mean for Thai FX markets, and Rates?

In this episode of our Fireside Chats series we’re talking with Charnon Boonuch from the Asia Economics team on what to make of the recent protests in Thailand and how it could feed through to the economic outlook.


  • Jordan Rochester

    FX Strategist

  • Charnon Boonnuch

    Asia Economist


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