(From Thai Press Reports)
Section: General News - Bank liquidity remained high at Bt1.37 trillion as of last November, due to the slow-down in credit growth amid flagging domestic demand, reports the Bank of Thailand (BOT), The Nation reports.
Surplus liquidity, measured in terms of disposable liquidity, increased two months in a row. It was Bt1.33 trillion last October, compared with just Bt860 billion in November 2005, the central bank said in its quarterly inflation report released this month.
Disposable liquidity is parked in government and central-bank bonds, investments in the repurchase market and net foreign assets. Of the total Bt1.37 …