Big stimulus borrowing could spur yield-curve control

Thailand’s 1 trillion baht borrowing programme for economic stimulus could spur central bank steps to keep a lid on bond yields.

The government is set to start raising money as early as May, stoking questions about the outlook for bonds. A plausible scenario is that the Bank of Thailand deploys unconventional policies to temper borrowing costs if necessary, according to DBS Group Holdings.

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