Deutsche debuts Thai currency-linked notes



Deutsche Bank (Thailand) has issued THB600 million (E9.9 million) worth of three-month currency-linked structured notes to institutional investors in Thailand.

The return on the baht-denominated notes will be linked to the three-month Thai baht fixed rate, which is based on the implied yield of offers in the onshore dollar/baht forward market. The rate will be fixed two business days before the maturity date. The notes, which were issued on August 29, will mature on November 29, and have

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