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The Star
Yeow joins Alkhair International Islamic Bank as CEOofficer effective Aug 1. AKIIB, the first foreign Islamic bank in Malaysia lic
The Star / Posted yesterday
officer effective Aug 1. AKIIB, the first foreign Islamic bank in Malaysia licensed to conduct a full range of non-Malaysian ringgit banking activities, said in a statement that he succeeded Datuk Adissadikin Ali, who left the bank last... Read more
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The Star
Monday, July 17and ringgit sukuk arranger, as well as for Asean local currency bonds for the f
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
and ringgit sukuk arranger, as well as for Asean local currency bonds for the first half of 2017. It garnered 32.28% of the Malaysian ringgit bond market share with 60 issuances totalling RM16.16bil in the first half. - starBiz KL office market... Read more
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The Star
CIMB tops Bloomberg’s ringgit bonds league table for 12 yearsperiod. CIMB has topped Bloomberg’s Underwriter League Table for ringgit bonds
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
period. CIMB has topped Bloomberg’s Underwriter League Table for ringgit bonds for 12 years. It garnered 32.28% of the Malaysian ringgit bond market share with 60 issuances totalling RM16.16bil in 1H2017. It led Bloomberg’s ringgit sukuk, with... Read more
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The Star
Bullish bets dip in most Asia forex, sentiment towards ringgit improvesputting emerging market currencies under pressure, a Reuters poll showed. Sent
The Star / Posted 7 days ago
putting emerging market currencies under pressure, a Reuters poll showed. Sentiment toward the Chinese yuan and the Malaysian ringgit improved further, however, with long positions in both currencies touching their largest in a... Read more
7d
Reuters
Bullish bets dip in most Asia FX; Philippine peso bearish bets climbputting emerging market currencies under pressure, a Reuters poll showed. Sent
Reuters / Posted 7 days ago
putting emerging market currencies under pressure, a Reuters poll showed. Sentiment toward the Chinese yuan and the Malaysian ringgit improved further, however, with long positions in both currencies touching their largest in a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Long-time Eu Yan Sang CEO to step down from Octoberit released its most recent annual financial report last August. Full-year reve
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 days ago
it released its most recent annual financial report last August. Full-year revenue dipped by 3 per cent to S$338.2 million due to revenue decline in Hong Kong and the weakening of the Malaysian ringgit and Australian dollar, it said.Source:... Read more
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Business Standard India
Outlook for Asian currencies brightens as Trump trade fades: Reuters pollthought. The Taiwan dollar was among the best performers in Asia, up nearly 6
Business Standard India / Posted 13 days ago
thought. The Taiwan dollar was among the best performers in Asia, up nearly 6 percent this year. The Korean won, Malaysian ringgit, Singapore dollar and Thai baht have gained more than 4 percent. The latest poll consensus of more than 60... Read more
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Reuters
Outlook for Asian currencies brightens as Trump trade fadesthought. The Taiwan dollar was among the best performers in Asia, up nearly 6
Reuters / Posted 13 days ago
thought. The Taiwan dollar was among the best performers in Asia, up nearly 6 percent this year. The Korean won, Malaysian ringgit, Singapore dollar and Thai baht have gained more than 4 percent. The latest poll consensus of more than 60... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
The dark underbelly of Malaysia’s looming general electionstone reinforces perceptions of political elites detached from the realities of
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 days ago
tone reinforces perceptions of political elites detached from the realities of ordinary folk. A money changer counts Malaysian ringgit banknotes for customers in Kuala Lumpur on Jun 11, 2015. (Photo: AFP/Mohd Rasfan) The ruling Barisan... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
May exports quell worries5.2% against the greenback this year. In comparison, the Taiwanese dollar surge
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 days ago
5.2% against the greenback this year. In comparison, the Taiwanese dollar surged 6.3%, the Korean won advanced 5.1% and the Malaysian ringgit rose 4.5%. The baht's run-up has stoked worries that it will stall nascent export growth. The Commerce... Read more
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Sun Star
KK Adventures: Spending a day at Manukan Island (Part 2 of 4)and because it’s cheaper too. Our tour provider was Island Hop Express (Counte
Sun Star / Posted 22 days ago
and because it’s cheaper too. Our tour provider was Island Hop Express (Counter 11) and their rates are: 1 island – RM23 (Malaysian ringgit), two islands – RM33, three islands – RM43 and four islands – RM53. Upon arrival to your chosen island, one... Read more
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The Borneo Post
BPA Malaysia weekly bond market report 25 June 2017last Friday as trading activities in the ringgit bond market remained light ahe
The Borneo Post / Posted 25 days ago
last Friday as trading activities in the ringgit bond market remained light ahead of the upcoming Hari Raya holidays. The Malaysian ringgit weakened by 110 pips against the greenback to close the week at RM4.288. On June 21, 2017, the Department... Read more
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The Star
TMC’s growth plans intactthe soon to be built Woodlands General Hospital in Singapore due to its proximi
The Star / Posted 26 days ago
the soon to be built Woodlands General Hospital in Singapore due to its proximity. “We would need to know how to attract patients and we think the weaker Malaysian ringgit vis-a-vis the Singapore dollar exchange rates would help us here,” Quek s... Read more
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The Star
S&P expects Malaysia's economy to grow over 4% up to 2020reserves and other claims on nonresidents, are denominated in foreign currencie
The Star / Posted 28 days ago
reserves and other claims on nonresidents, are denominated in foreign currencies. For this reason any depreciation of the Malaysian ringgit benefits the country's external position. At the same time, on a gross basis, we forecast the Malaysian... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Holidaymakers' pounds go less far this year due to post-Brexit vote slide - The MailDanish krone, £1,142 :: Euro, £1,141 :: Swiss franc, £1,140 :: Singapore dol
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 29 days ago
Danish krone, £1,142 :: Euro, £1,141 :: Swiss franc, £1,140 :: Singapore dollar, £1,123 :: Norwegian krone, £1,121 :: Canadian dollar, £1,121 :: Japanese yen, £1,102 :: Malaysian ringgit, £1,090 :: Swedish krona, £1,087 :: Turkish lira,... Read more
29d
The News and Star
Holidaymakers' pounds go less far this year due to post-Brexit vote slideDanish krone, £1,142 :: Euro, £1,141 :: Swiss franc, £1,140 :: Singapore dol
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Danish krone, £1,142 :: Euro, £1,141 :: Swiss franc, £1,140 :: Singapore dollar, £1,123 :: Norwegian krone, £1,121 :: Canadian dollar, £1,121 :: Japanese yen, £1,102 :: Malaysian ringgit, £1,090 :: Swedish krona, £1,087 :: Turkish lira,... Read more
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The Star
Asian currencies subdued as NY Fed president's comments lift dollarreaching its strongest level since May 26. Most Asian currencies depreciated a
The Star / Posted 30 days ago
reaching its strongest level since May 26. Most Asian currencies depreciated against the dollar, with the Indian rupee, Malaysian ringgit and the Chinese yuan edging 0.1 percent lower. The Taiwanese dollar fell marginally, remaining on track to... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Thai authorities seize assets worth millions from ‘Mr T’according to the source, the assets seized under ‘Mr T’s’ name include cash in
The Borneo Post / Posted a month ago
according to the source, the assets seized under ‘Mr T’s’ name include cash in various currencies from Thai Baht, Malaysian Ringgit, Hong Kong Dollar, Korean Won, Indonesian Rupiah, Swiss Franc to US Dollar. The authorities also seized... Read more
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The Star
Thai authorities seize millions in assets from Malaysian 'Iceman'according to the source, the assets seized under "Mr T's" name include cash in
The Star / Posted 1 months ago
according to the source, the assets seized under "Mr T's" name include cash in various currencies, from Thai baht, Malaysian ringgit, Hong Kong dollar, Korean won, Indonesian rupiah, Swiss franc to US dollar. The authorities also seized... Read more

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