Thailand likely to postpone hike as protests turn bloody


The ongoing political violence in Thailand is expected to weigh on the central bank's rate decision at its meeting next Wednesday and interfere with its efforts to normalise policy, according to analysts.

Protests against the current administration by the "red shirts", who are supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra, a former prime minister, and pro-democracy activists, have in recent weeks turned deadly as demonstrators have clashed with army forces. The chaos has knocked investor confidence with the

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