Asian currencies muted; Philippine peso and S.Korean won firm

Author of the article: The following table shows rates for Asian currencies against the dollar at 0204 GMT. CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Currency Latest bid Previous Pct Move day Japan yen 115.180 114.93 -0.22 Sing dlr 1.342 1.3431 +0.05 Taiwan dlr 27.875 27.872 -0.01 Korean won 1195.900 1197.1 +0.10 Baht 32.100 32.13 +0.09 Peso 51.280…
Asian currencies muted; Philippine peso and S.Korean won firm

Author of the article:

The following table shows rates for Asian

currencies against the dollar at 0204 GMT.

CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR

Currency Latest bid Previous Pct Move

day

Japan yen 115.180 114.93 -0.22

Sing dlr 1.342 1.3431 +0.05

Taiwan dlr 27.875 27.872 -0.01

Korean won 1195.900 1197.1 +0.10

Baht 32.100 32.13 +0.09

Peso 51.280 51.37 +0.18

Rupiah 14320.000 14315 -0.03

Rupee 75.110 75.11 0.00

Ringgit 4.183 4.185 +0.05

Yuan 6.335 6.338 +0.05

Change so far in 2022

Currency Latest bid End 2021 Pct Move

Japan yen 115.180 115.08 -0.09

Sing dlr 1.342 1.3490 +0.49

Taiwan dlr 27.875 27.676 -0.71

Korean won 1195.900 1188.60 -0.61

Baht 32.100 33.39 +4.02

Peso 51.280 50.99 -0.57

Rupiah 14320.000 14250 -0.49

Rupee 75.110 74.33 -1.04

Ringgit 4.183 4.1640 -0.45

Yuan 6.335 6.3550 +0.32

(Compiled by Archishma Iyer; Editing by Rashmi Aich)

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