As we’ve been telling you--a dramatic turn of events in Asia overnight sent Thailand's stock market plunging more than 15%. That country's government imposed capital controls in an effort to curb appreciation of the Thai currency--the baht.
The market reaction was so brutal, that just a few hours ago—Thailand’s government started to back-peddle on the regulations. Still, the situation left some wondering if we were in for another Asian Contagion – the financial crisis of 1997.
CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera examined the implications with Sam Stanley of Halo Financial.