Each day we record the highest exchange rates for each of the currencies we compare and plot them together in a graph so you can make an informed decision about how good the current rates are compared to the rates for up to the past year.
Over the past week the Thai Baht has dropped by 0.74% from last Tuesday's rate of 52.5500 to today's current rate of 52.1600. During this period, the highest rate we recorded was 52.5500 on Tuesday 22nd, and the lowest was yesterday at 52.1281.
The Thai Baht is currently lower than it was this time last month on 28th June, having dropped from the recorded rate of 53.2020 to 52.1600. The best rate over the past 30 days was on 11th July at 53.9205, and the worst rate was recorded on 28th July at 52.1281.
The long-term Thai Baht outlook has seen the exchanges rate increase from 46.3000 last year to today's rate of 52.1600, meaning £500 would buy you 2,930 Thai Bahts more today than it would have a year ago.
During this period, the Thai Baht hit a high of 53.9205 on 11th July 2014, after climbing from it's yearly low on 1st August 2013 of 46.0500.
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