Bangkok Bank hiked deposit rates by 10-50 bps.

By bne IntelliNews July 19, 2010
Thailand's largest lender, Bangkok Bank has increased its deposit rates by 10-50 basis points (bps). As reported by Reuters News, it is the latest bank to adjust rates after the central bank tightened policy rates and its minimum lending rate is forecasted to rise 6%.

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