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  2. Pound to the baht

    The long term £ v baht is not looking good , what you put is a a company looking to drive investors , so means nothing .. .You talk about senders as it’s what you do... Cheers
  3. Pound to the baht

    yes certain things are.
  4. Pound to the baht

    Hay guys its about the baht and not each other.. Please can we keep on the topic
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    http://www.bbc.co.UK/newsbeat/article/36652494/just-what-is-a-aaa-rating-and-why-did-the-UK-lose-it No mention of ‘Strategic debt ‘ he does say ‘Accumulating ever more debt is not the recipe for a succeful economy ‘ Why did UK lose triple AAA rating ?
  6. Pound to the baht

    http://www.cityam.com/281368/folly-long-term-forecasts But I guess you know better. Better maybe to stick to stories about senders etc...
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    As I said John the long term fiscal future of the UK is very bleak..... Do you know what long term means ? 🤣🤣🤣🤣 A short term bounce is just that , the UKs fundamentals are all wrong
  8. Pound to the baht

    42-46 is good. I rememberbeing ripped to shreds on a forum for saying u need to generate an income in the local currency. with the Sprog in Uni, Masters, and many other bills in the UK, this rate is just fine for little moi. in fact i gave her an allowance rise when the pound dropped.... only seemed fair think i will goback this year for 2 weeks,cheaper thanliving here
  9. Pound to the baht

    Transitional agreement formally adopted and Brexit trade negotiating guildlines just now. £ will probably get another nudge up, maybe tine to transfer a few quid if you're an expat.
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    Thanks for input and helpful links. Business Insider and Tech Insider often have interesting articles.
  12. Pound to the baht

    Fell back today , the long term fiscal future of UK is very bleak ..
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  14. Pound to the baht

    Different pegging of THB and peso to the USD ? In your example could be the peso is closely pegged to the USD, while the THB is not . USD and peso go down / up together while THB "floats" independently. Look at HKD vs USD on 1 year, very minimal fluctuations as HKD closely pegged to USD. https://www.google.co.id/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2017-12-21/philippine-peso-seen-as-asia-s-laggard-for-2018-as-deficit-grows http://www.businessinsider.sg/what-is-a-currency-peg-2016-8/?r=US&IR=T National banks intervene(when they have money) to keep the variations within reasonable limits (for them). If they throw in the trowel then its an open market, and no limits anymore. See what happened to THB end of 90's
  15. Pound to the baht

    Anyone any ideas why $ is down against the baht but still holding up against the Philippine peso ?
  16. Pound to the baht

    Yup looking at least another couple of years
  17. Pound to the baht

    I say 70 because i gauged it for about 8 years
  18. Pound to the baht

    Pound is in limbo till Brexit is sorted out
  19. Pound to the baht

    I remember 90.probably never to be seen again.
  20. Pound to the baht

    Let us not discuss bruised ribs .....yes bruised ribs !
  21. Pound to the baht

    there would be a surge in bell-ring and heart attacks in soi Bukhaow if it touched 70 methinks )
  22. Pound to the baht

    I remember 70 .....Oooooh yeah bring back those times
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  24. Pound to the baht

    Transitional agreement reached, then 2 votes for rate increase, has made the £ lift a little. Nothing major.
  25. Pound to the baht

    love to see 50 again,but until brexit is sorted out I don't think we will.
  26. Pound to the baht

    It looks like we are going to get more baht to the pound.. Climbing up to 44.12 over the last few days.. Will it keep going...? I wonder what people are getting on the soi's..?
  27. Its common practise poisoning dogs in some areas. Not nice, but they really area menace according to some mates who live just outside Pattaya.
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      Checked in online, there is a remark on top of the boarding pass to do the document check (checking the e-visa) which is done in BKK at the gate while in Yangon at the baggage drop.

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    • We have a small (54 rai) farm adjacent to Erawan shrine at the border of NBLP and Loei provinces. It is mostly orchards, e.g., Tamarinds, Kefir, Rubber, and Maoberry but last year we started dairy farming with an initial small seed herd of 25 Heifers with a business plan to build it up to 100 milkers within 5 years.

      One year into the BP we are at 30 milkers with another 8 coming of age in a few months and a total including calves of 45 with new ones arriving every month ... including the baby bull in brown and white in one of the pictures below. Any way, a few shots from this morning after some early hours helping momma deliver the new guy. Momma has some "splaining" to do ... she's one of the black & whites being chased in another photo and the little guy is brown and white like a longhorn ... maybe momma is getting some strange on the side.

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    • As it says. lets see some food pictures.
      One of my hobbies is cooking and like to see what others are eating either at home or at restaurants. it gives me ideas what to cook or what to order when out. So lets see some pictures, either home cooked by you or your ladies, or what you have eaten while out.
      I'll start with my favourite. Rack of Lamb.

      This was last May. When I collected some fresh Asparagus from a local farm and it made a nice dish with pointed cabbage, Jersey Royal potatoes and a very nice mint sauce made with balsamic vinegar. All accompanied with a nice glass of Rioja to wash it all down.
      I have a nice lamb rack sitting in the fridge ready for tomorrow night.
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