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Channel NewsAsia
Asian markets chase Wall St down as global fears returnrallied 1.2 per cent against the South Korean won, 1.2 per cent against the Can
Asian markets chase Wall St down as global fears return
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 hours ago
rallied 1.2 per cent against the South Korean won, 1.2 per cent against the Canadian dollar and 1.3 per cent versus the Malaysian ringgit. Comments from Federal Reserve officials suggesting the US central bank could hike interest rates as soon... Read more
1d
Finance Asia
"Investors are looking for yield. They need risk"a storming first quarter. How much more upside is left? A Currency is always a
"Investors are looking for yield. They need risk"
Finance Asia / Posted yesterday
a storming first quarter. How much more upside is left? A Currency is always a very important consideration. I think the Malaysian ringgit and Indonesian rupiah may have small room to appreciate a little more, but perhaps the more obvious move is... Read more
1d
Market Watch
The emerging-market rally could survive another oil plungesaid Neil Shearing, chief emerging-markets economist at Capital Economics. “It
The emerging-market rally could survive another oil plunge
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
said Neil Shearing, chief emerging-markets economist at Capital Economics. “It’s the big exporters—the Russias, the Malaysian ringgit, the Colombian peso—they’re the ones that should feel the squeeze if oil prices continue to head this way,”... Read more
8d
AllAfrica.com
Why China's Volatility Is Bad for Uganda's Economyof not only the dollar and the pound but also of all major Asian currencies inc
Why China's Volatility Is Bad for Uganda's Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
of not only the dollar and the pound but also of all major Asian currencies including the Japanese yen, Chinese yuan, the Malaysian ringgit and the Indian rupee. For all these currencies to trade low against the US dollar, the worries are over the... Read more
9d
Zero Hedge
Malaysian Ringgit Tumbles After 1MDB Default Raises Spectre Of Sovereign Failuregrace period today (25 April 2016), wire service reports (e.g. Bloomberg) indic
Malaysian Ringgit Tumbles After 1MDB Default Raises Spectre Of Sovereign Failure
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
grace period today (25 April 2016), wire service reports (e.g. Bloomberg) indicate that 1MDB has met with holders of the Malaysian Ringgit (or MYR) SUKUK bonds which were issued by the 1MDB to “seek waivers from triggering cross default”. We... Read more
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12d
Zero Hedge
Kuroda To The Rescue: Stocks Rebound After Latest BOJ Rumor Sends Yen Plungingits weekly gain to 0.4 percent. South Korea’s won led declines, losing 0.9 perc
Kuroda To The Rescue: Stocks Rebound After Latest BOJ Rumor Sends Yen Plunging
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
its weekly gain to 0.4 percent. South Korea’s won led declines, losing 0.9 percent followed by a 0.5 percent drop in the Malaysian ringgit. Russia’s ruble rebounded 1.3 percent, after tumbling on Thursday as oil slid. For the week, the Colombian... Read more
13d
The Economic Times
Rupee depreciates 12 paise to 66.51 against US dollarmovement of six major world currencies, stood at 94.52. Asian currencies such
Rupee depreciates 12 paise to 66.51 against US dollar
The Economic Times / Posted 13 days ago
movement of six major world currencies, stood at 94.52. Asian currencies such as the Korean won (down 0.78 per cent), the Malaysian ringgit (down 0.37 per cent), the Philippine peso (down 0.27 per cent) led losers in the Asian pack. "Commodity... Read more
13d
Sabah Daily Express
All out to ensure continued economic growthhas managed to maintain a trade surplus that is healthy and growing. "This is
All out to ensure continued economic growth
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 13 days ago
has managed to maintain a trade surplus that is healthy and growing. "This is welcoming news in terms of enabling the Malaysian ringgit to continue to strengthen. This also proves Malaysia's strong economic fundamentals and it was echoed by... Read more
13d
The Economic Times
Rupee depreciates 9 paise to 66.31 against US dollarthe rupee. However, the rally halted on Wednesday as most Asian currencies wer
Rupee depreciates 9 paise to 66.31 against US dollar
The Economic Times / Posted 13 days ago
the rupee. However, the rally halted on Wednesday as most Asian currencies were trading lower against the greenback. The Malaysian ringgit was trading 0.72 per cent lower at 3.89 against the US dollar. The Thai baht (down 0.37 per cent), the... Read more
14d
The Star
Malaysian palm oil price hits strongest levels in nearly 2 weeks578 735 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 651.7 +3.45 649.1 653.3 430 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.17
Malaysian palm oil price hits strongest levels in nearly 2 weeks
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
578 735 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 651.7 +3.45 649.1 653.3 430 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.17 -0.91 39.85 40.87 4512 Palm oil prices in Malaysian ringgit per tonne CBOT soy oil in U.S. cents per pound Dalian soy oil and RBD palm olein in Chinese yuan per... Read more
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14d
The Economic Times
Rupee climbs 28 paise to 66.27 against US dollarover the coming week,"said India Ratings and Research in a note. Most Asian cu
Rupee climbs 28 paise to 66.27 against US dollar
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
over the coming week,"said India Ratings and Research in a note. Most Asian currencies were trading higher. The Malaysian ringgit jumped 0.87 per cent to 3.85 against the US dollar. The Korean won gained 0.47 per cent to 1130.94 against... Read more
15d
The Star
Malaysian palm oil price climbs to one-week high, tracking competing oils0.00 +0.00 0.00 0 0 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 0 +0.00 0 0 0 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.43 +0
Malaysian palm oil price climbs to one-week high, tracking competing oils
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
0.00 +0.00 0.00 0 0 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 0 +0.00 0 0 0 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.43 +0.65 39.58 40.58 10145 Palm oil prices in Malaysian ringgit per tonne CBOT soy oil in U.S. cents per pound Dalian soy oil and RBD palm oil in Chinese yuan per... Read more
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15d
iafrica.com
Commodity-linked currencies surgedollar climbed 0.33 percent, buying 77.75 US cents in Tokyo -- around its highe
Commodity-linked currencies surge
iafrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
dollar climbed 0.33 percent, buying 77.75 US cents in Tokyo -- around its highest level since June -- and the oil-linked Malaysian ringgit soared 0.96 percent. Among the other gainers, the South Korean won jumped more than one percent after the... Read more
16d
The Star
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Tuesday April 19557.9 1606 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 646.5 -1.70 645 647 2410 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 39.91
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Tuesday April 19
The Star / Posted 16 days ago
557.9 1606 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 646.5 -1.70 645 647 2410 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 39.91 +0.13 39.91 40.13 985 Palm oil prices in Malaysian ringgit per tonne CBOT soy oil in U.S. cents per pound Dalian soy oil and RBD palm olein in Chinese yuan per... Read more
16d
WBOC Salisbury
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapsesresource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cent
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapses
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
resource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cents while the dollar rose 0.7 percent to 3.93 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
KIII Corpus Christi
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapsesresource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cent
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapses
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 16 days ago
resource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cents while the dollar rose 0.7 percent to 3.93 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Your Hometown Lima Stations
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapsesresource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cent
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapses
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 days ago
resource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cents while the dollar rose 0.7 percent to 3.93 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
The Wilmington Star-News
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapsescountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapses
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Island Packet
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapsesresource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cent
World stocks, crude slide after oil output accord collapses
Island Packet / Posted 16 days ago
resource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cents while the dollar rose 0.7 percent to 3.93 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
ABC News
World Stocks, Crude Slide After Oil Output Accord Collapsesresource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cent
World Stocks, Crude Slide After Oil Output Accord Collapses
ABC News / Posted 16 days ago
resource-dependent countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.4 percent to 77 cents while the dollar rose 0.7 percent to 3.93 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
KX TV North Dakota
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
WLOX-TV Biloxi
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Hawaii News Now
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
Hawaii News Now / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
iol.co.za
Yen rallies in Asian tradewhile the euro slipped to 121.93 yen from 122.71 yen. The single currency was a
Yen rallies in Asian trade
iol.co.za / Posted 16 days ago
while the euro slipped to 121.93 yen from 122.71 yen. The single currency was at $1.1283 from $1.1284. The oil-dependent Malaysian ringgit sank 0.94 percent while Australia's dollar - which also relies on commodity sales - shed 0.73 percent. The... Read more
16d
WBOC Salisbury
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
The Wilmington Star-News
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Salon.com
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. You Might Also Like “The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling... Read more
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16d
KIII Corpus Christi
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
The Manila Times
Yen rallies, emerging currencies dive after oil talks failwhile the euro slipped to 121.93 yen from 122.71 yen. The single currency was a
Yen rallies, emerging currencies dive after oil talks fail
The Manila Times / Posted 16 days ago
while the euro slipped to 121.93 yen from 122.71 yen. The single currency was at $1.1283 from $1.1284. The oil-dependent Malaysian ringgit sank 0.94 percent while Australia’s dollar — which also relies on commodity sales—shed 0.73 percent. The... Read more
16d
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Your Hometown Lima Stations
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
Daily Herald
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord failscountries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dolla
Shares fall as oil prices sink after output accord fails
Daily Herald / Posted 16 days ago
countries. The Australian dollar fell 0.7 percent to 76.7 cents while the dollar rose 0.9 percent to 3.94 Malaysian ringgit. "The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block... Read more
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16d
The Manila Times
Asian energy firms sink with oil as Doha output talks failinvestments, with the yen rallying against the dollar while emerging market cur
Asian energy firms sink with oil as Doha output talks fail
The Manila Times / Posted 16 days ago
investments, with the yen rallying against the dollar while emerging market currencies were also hit. The oil-dependent Malaysian ringgit was one percent down against the dollar while Australia’s dollar — which also relies on commodity sales —... Read more
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17d
Channel NewsAsia
Asia energy firms sink with oil as Doha output talks failinvestments, with the yen rallying against the dollar while emerging market cur
Asia energy firms sink with oil as Doha output talks fail
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
investments, with the yen rallying against the dollar while emerging market currencies were also hit. The oil-dependent Malaysian ringgit was 1.1 per cent down against the dollar while Australia's dollar - which also relies on commodity sales --... Read more
19d
The Star
Malaysian palm oil prices head for second week of losses0.00 +0.00 0.00 0 0 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 0 +0.00 0 0 0 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.75 -0
Malaysian palm oil prices head for second week of losses
The Star / Posted 19 days ago
0.00 +0.00 0.00 0 0 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 0 +0.00 0 0 0 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 40.75 -0.75 40.75 41.73 65807 Palm oil prices in Malaysian ringgit per tonne CBOT soy oil in U.S. cents per pound Dalian soy oil and RBD palm olein in Chinese yuan per... Read more
20d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Asian markets follow Wall St to extend rallySouth Korean won dived more than 1%, while Indonesia's rupiah was down 0.4% and
Asian markets follow Wall St to extend rally
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 20 days ago
South Korean won dived more than 1%, while Indonesia's rupiah was down 0.4% and the Indian rupee shed 0.3%. The Malaysian ringgit gave up 0.8% and Thai baht 0.4%. Oil prices extended losses following a rise in US commercial crude... Read more
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22d
Channel NewsAsia
PM Najib: ‘We have proved the sceptics wrong’ on economygood news about our country.” After being hit by a double whammy of falling oi
PM Najib: ‘We have proved the sceptics wrong’ on economy
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
good news about our country.” After being hit by a double whammy of falling oil prices and political risks in 2015, the Malaysian ringgit staged a comeback to be the top performing currency in Asia in the first quarter, up 9.5 per cent against... Read more
23d
The Borneo Post
Malaysia’s GDP will likely slow further in 2016 — Moody’sthe country’s largest investors, intermediaries and debt issuers, with 110 mark
Malaysia’s GDP will likely slow further in 2016 — Moody’s
The Borneo Post / Posted 23 days ago
the country’s largest investors, intermediaries and debt issuers, with 110 market participants in attendance. As for the Malaysian ringgit, the broad view among market participants at the event was that the currency has improved significantly,... Read more
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23d
The Borneo Post
Poll: Ringgit to remain stable over next 12 monthspoll by Moody’s shows that the ringgit is likely to remain stable over the next
Poll: Ringgit to remain stable over next 12 months
The Borneo Post / Posted 23 days ago
poll by Moody’s shows that the ringgit is likely to remain stable over the next 12 months. – File pic KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian ringgit has improved significantly and the currency will show stability against the US dollar over the next 12... Read more
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24d
Pilipino Star
And the last became firstrate tightening cycle has led the US dollar to pull back, if not completely rev
And the last became first
Pilipino Star / Posted 24 days ago
rate tightening cycle has led the US dollar to pull back, if not completely reverse. Hence, EM currencies such as the Malaysian ringgit, the Indonesian rupiah, the Russian ruble and the Brazilian real – which were sold down the most when the... Read more
27d
Channel NewsAsia
Asian markets mostly up as energy, pharma firms rally2014, while it also retreated against higher-yielding units. The Australian do
Asian markets mostly up as energy, pharma firms rally
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
2014, while it also retreated against higher-yielding units. The Australian dollar added 0.8 per cent and the oil-linked Malaysian ringgit gained 0.6 per cent, while the Indonesian rupiah was up 0.6 per cent. The New Zealand and Singapore dollars... Read more
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28d
Channel NewsAsia
Japan's Abe rules out intervention as yen sits at 17-month highstrategist at Bank of New Zealand. In other trading, higher-risk emerging curr
Japan's Abe rules out intervention as yen sits at 17-month high
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
strategist at Bank of New Zealand. In other trading, higher-risk emerging currencies ticked higher. The oil-linked Malaysian ringgit rose 0.33 per cent against the dollar as crude prices rallied, while the South Korean won added 0.1 per... Read more
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29d
Namibia Economist
Recovery phaselooks optimistic, however. The low cost of jet-fuel, priced in dollars, is a bo
Recovery phase
Namibia Economist / Posted 29 days ago
looks optimistic, however. The low cost of jet-fuel, priced in dollars, is a boon for airlines but the weakening of the Malaysian ringgit, the currency in which the firm earns most revenues, cancels out much of that benefit. China’s flagging... Read more
30d
The Borneo Post
ETCM announces car price increaseby 2.8 per cent to 6.7 per cent effective April 1. The decision for the price
ETCM announces car price increase
The Borneo Post / Posted 30 days ago
by 2.8 per cent to 6.7 per cent effective April 1. The decision for the price adjustment was mainly due to the weakened Malaysian Ringgit, which severely impacted the overall operational costs of the company. ETCM executive director Dato Dr Ang... Read more
30d
The Manila Times
Dollar down against yen as dealers question BoJ powerlooking for safe investments. The greenback dipped against most other higher-y
Dollar down against yen as dealers question BoJ power
The Manila Times / Posted 30 days ago
looking for safe investments. The greenback dipped against most other higher-yielding emerging market currencies, with the South Korean won gaining 0.44 percent, the Malaysian ringgit adding 0.25 percent and the Indonesian rupiah up 0.05 percent.... Read more
30d
iol.co.za
Asian shares hold firmof currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging curren
Asian shares hold firm
iol.co.za / Posted 30 days ago
of currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging currencies they had sold heavily last year. The Malaysian ringgit rose to eight-month high while the Indian rupee stood near three-month high. The Brazilian real stood at... Read more
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30d
iol.co.za
Dollar dips against the yenlooking for safe investments. The greenback dipped against most other higher-y
Dollar dips against the yen
iol.co.za / Posted 30 days ago
looking for safe investments. The greenback dipped against most other higher-yielding emerging market currencies, with the South Korean won gaining 0.44 percent, the Malaysian ringgit adding 0.25 percent and the Indonesian rupiah up 0.05 p... Read more
30d
The Irish Times
Asian shares firm after solid US jobs dataof currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging curren
Asian shares firm after solid US jobs data
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
of currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging currencies they had sold heavily last year. The Malaysian ringgit rose to eight-month high while the Indian rupee stood near three-month high. The Brazilian real stood at... Read more
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30d
Channel NewsAsia
Asian shares firm after solid US jobs data, dollar softof currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging curren
Asian shares firm after solid US jobs data, dollar soft
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 30 days ago
of currencies in emerging markets. Hedge funds are buying back emerging currencies they had sold heavily last year. The Malaysian ringgit rose to eight-month high while the Indian rupee stood near three-month high. The Brazilian real stood at... Read more
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The Star
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watchMonday April 43049 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 646.2 +11.45 638 649.5 57750 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 36.45 -0
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watchMonday April 4
The Star / Posted a month ago
3049 INDIA SOYOIL APR6 646.2 +11.45 638 649.5 57750 NYMEX CRUDE MAY6 36.45 -0.34 36.21 36.70 16291 Palm oil prices in Malaysian ringgit per tonne CBOT soy oil in U.S. cents per pound Dalian soy oil and RBD palm olein in Chinese yuan per... Read more
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