EMERGING MARKETS-Baht Thailand, rupiah Indonesia memimpin mata uang Asia lebih tinggi

    * Thai baht near two-month high
    * Philippine peso slips
    * S.Korea's won set to soften for third straight month
    * Malaysian markets closed for a holiday

    By Sameer Manekar
    Aug 31 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies firmed on Tuesday,
with the Thai baht and Indonesian rupiah leading the pack, as
the U.S. dollar remained under pressure from waning conviction
about any immediate U.S. Federal Reserve stimulus tapering.
    The baht extended its gains into a third
consecutive session, appreciating as much as 0.4% to hit a near
two-month high, while the Indonesian rupiah rose for a
second day to scale a near one-month high.
    The U.S. dollar index hovered near its two-week lows
against a basket of currencies, stabilising from falls after
Powell's speech last week that offered no clear signs on the
central bank's plan to cut its asset purchases.
    "Asian currencies may be in a good position this week, with
risk environment leaning broadly risk-on, and the market still
digesting Powell's dovish leanings," analysts at Singapore-bank
OCBC said in a note.
    The next thing on investors' radar is the U.S. non-farm
payrolls data due later in the week. A weaker August jobs
numbers could solidify the case for the Fed prolonging its
dovish stance.
    The baht was further supported by Thailand's cabinet
approving $1.37 billion in relief measures on Monday to counter
the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak as data on Monday showed
factory output growth slowed down in July.

    "In the near-term we could see the Thai baht rally toward
the strong support zone around 32.25 from more foreign fund
inflows in Thai assets, especially equities due to optimism over
the COVID situation," Poon Panichpibool, markets strategists at
Krung Thai Bank said.
    "However, the fast rally of the baht recently could urge the
Bank of Thailand to intervene in the market to lower the
volatility," Panichpibool added.
    The currency was set to appreciate more than 1% in August,
while equities in Bangkok, which traded nearly flat on
Tuesday, were on track to end the month nearly 8% stronger.
    Indonesia's rupiah was also set to add more than 1%
in August, with the shares in Jakarta eyeing a more than
3% gain over the month.
    The Philippine peso, the outlier in the region,
declined 0.3% on Tuesday but was set to add 0.4% in August.
South Korea's won, on the other hand, was on a path
to depreciate for a third straight month.
    Elsewhere, equities largely traded in the red, with
Singapore shares declining the most to hit their lowest
since mid-May as weak factory activity data from China, the
region's biggest trading partner, showing signs of increasing
economic pressures.
    Markets in Malaysia were closed for a
    ** Indonesian 10-year benchmark yields fall 2.0 basis points
to 6.121%
    ** China's multi-pronged crackdown on its tech companies -

    ** S. Korea drafts aggressive spending plan for 2022, taking
debt to 50% of GDP -
  Asia stock indexes and                            
 currencies at 0342 GMT                        
                     DAILY   YTD     X      S  S YTD
                         %     %        DAILY      %
 Japan               +0.05  -6.0  <.N2   0.3   1.56
                               3  25>          
 China    <CNY=CFX   -0.02  +0.9  <.SS  -0.87   0.71
          S>                   2  EC>          
 India               +0.00  -0.2  <.NS   0.00  21.09
                               7  EI>          
 Indones             +0.30  -1.9  <.JK  -0.27   2.50
 ia                            9  SE>          
 Philipp             -0.15  -3.5  <.PS  -1.48  -6.35
 ines                          6  I>           
 S.Korea  <KRW=KFT   +0.30  -6.6  <.KS   0.48   9.95
          C>                   4  11>          
 Singapo             +0.09  -1.7  <.ST  -1.16   7.82
 re                            3  I>           
 Taiwan              +0.21  +2.6  <.TW  -0.69  17.27
                               2  II>          
 Thailan             +0.41  -7.3  <.SE   0.09  12.83
 d                             6  TI>          
 (Reporting by Sameer Manekar in Bengaluru; Editing by Sam

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