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The Borneo Post
Market confidence strengtheninglast week was RM679 million and local retail was RM30 million. Foreign institut
Market confidence strengthening
The Borneo Post / Posted yesterday
last week was RM679 million and local retail was RM30 million. Foreign institutions net sell was at RM709 million. The Malaysian ringgit slightly strengthened from RM4.07 to a US dollar to RM4.06 in a week. In the FBM KLCI, gainers out-paced... Read more
3d
The Star
Moody's: Outlook for Malaysian banks stable but headwinds aheadto be challenging in Malaysia. “Headwinds include lower crude oil prices, weak
Moody's: Outlook for Malaysian banks stable but headwinds ahead
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
to be challenging in Malaysia. “Headwinds include lower crude oil prices, weak external demand, further weakening of the Malaysian ringgit, and rising concerns around governance highlighted by the controversy around 1Malaysia Development Bhd... Read more
3d
Reuters
Asia FX pessimism deepens on Fed rate hike view, China uncertaintyChinese yuan, South Korean won, Singapore dollar, Indonesian rupiah, Taiwan dol
Asia FX pessimism deepens on Fed rate hike view, China uncertainty
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
Chinese yuan, South Korean won, Singapore dollar, Indonesian rupiah, Taiwan dollar, Indian rupee, Philippine peso PHP=PDSP, Malaysian ringgit and the Thai baht. The poll uses estimates of net long or short positions on a scale of minus 3 to plus 3.... Read more
4d
Manila Bulletin
Authorities arrest 9 currency counterfeiters in Q1 ’16courts around the country. During these operations, not only BSP-issued currenc
Authorities arrest 9 currency counterfeiters in Q1 ’16
Manila Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
courts around the country. During these operations, not only BSP-issued currencies were confiscated but also US dollars, Malaysian Ringgit, Iraqi Dinar, and Japanese Yen. Counterfeiting paraphernalia like desktop computers, printers, scanners... Read more
5d
The Star
Fewer Singaporeans visiting MalaysiaSINGAPORE: With the buzz around the falling value of the Malaysian ringgit last
Fewer Singaporeans visiting Malaysia
The Star / Posted 5 days ago
SINGAPORE: With the buzz around the falling value of the Malaysian ringgit last year, one would have expected more trips there by Singaporeans. The numbers, however, show otherwise. According to official figures from the Malaysia Tourism Promotion... Read more
8d
The Borneo Post
Market lacked confidencebillion and net buying from local institutions was RM1.18 million. Local retai
Market lacked confidence
The Borneo Post / Posted 8 days ago
billion and net buying from local institutions was RM1.18 million. Local retail was net seller at RM0.02 billion. The Malaysian ringgit weakened from RM4.03 to a US dollar to RM4.07 in a week. In the FBM KLCI, decliners marginally led gainers... Read more
10d
The Economic Times
Fed hint on June interest rate hike spooks marketsan inverse correlation with the MSCI Emerging Market Index and emerging market
Fed hint on June interest rate hike spooks markets
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
an inverse correlation with the MSCI Emerging Market Index and emerging market currencies. But, analysts believe that the Malaysian ringgit, Thailand's Baht, the Indonesian rupiah and, to an extent, Taiwan's dollar are the most vulnerable Asian... Read more
10d
Stamford Advocate
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FXwe see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," no
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FX
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
we see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," noted Capital Economics' Gareth Leather. The Malaysian ringgit closed weaker by 0.5% at 4.0913 per dollar ahead of the latest monetary policy meeting, at which the... Read more
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10d
Connecticut Post
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FXwe see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," no
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FX
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
we see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," noted Capital Economics' Gareth Leather. The Malaysian ringgit closed weaker by 0.5% at 4.0913 per dollar ahead of the latest monetary policy meeting, at which the... Read more
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10d
San Francisco Chronicle
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FXwe see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," no
The dollar keeps getting stronger — here's what's happening in FX
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
we see little prospect of BI making any further cuts to its reference rate," noted Capital Economics' Gareth Leather. The Malaysian ringgit closed weaker by 0.5% at 4.0913 per dollar ahead of the latest monetary policy meeting, at which the... Read more
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10d
TheBull
Dollar soars against emerging currencies after Fed minutesemerging units take a belting against the dollar, with the Indonesian rupiah of
Dollar soars against emerging currencies after Fed minutes
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
emerging units take a belting against the dollar, with the Indonesian rupiah off more than one percent and the oil-reliant Malaysian ringgit tumbling 0.9 percent. The South Korean won, the Philippine peso, Thailand's baht and the Taiwan dollar... Read more
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10d
The Manila Times
Asia stocks mostly down, energy firms hitat IG in Melbourne, said in a commentary. The dollar was broadly up against em
Asia stocks mostly down, energy firms hit
The Manila Times / Posted 10 days ago
at IG in Melbourne, said in a commentary. The dollar was broadly up against emerging market currencies. The oil-reliant Malaysian ringgit slipped 0.72 percent, and the South Korean won fell against the greenback 0.69 percent.Key figures around... Read more
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10d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Asia stocks mostly down, energy firms hitat IG in Melbourne, said in a commentary. The dollar was broadly up against em
Asia stocks mostly down, energy firms hit
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 days ago
at IG in Melbourne, said in a commentary. The dollar was broadly up against emerging market currencies. The oil-reliant Malaysian ringgit slipped 0.72%, and the South Korean won fell against the greenback 0.69%. - Key figures around 0315 GMT... Read more
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11d
Zero Hedge
Copper Slides To Three Month Low Despite Flat Futures, Oil; Dollar Rise ContinuesMarkets Currency Index fell 0.5 percent, the most in two weeks. South Korea’s w
Copper Slides To Three Month Low Despite Flat Futures, Oil; Dollar Rise Continues
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 days ago
Markets Currency Index fell 0.5 percent, the most in two weeks. South Korea’s won, Russia’s ruble, the Mexican peso and Malaysian ringgit dropped at least 0.8 percent. The UK jobs report was a risk for GBP this morning, and duly continued the... Read more
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11d
The Star
Malaysian palm oil price up as demand picks upstronger today, the market is covering for May and June as Ramadan demand is th
Malaysian palm oil price up as demand picks up
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
stronger today, the market is covering for May and June as Ramadan demand is there," said a Kuala Lumpur-based trader. The Malaysian ringgit rose as crude oil futures held near six-week highs, easing concerns over the country's falling gas and oil... Read more
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12d
Channel NewsAsia
Asian markets mostly higher, Buffett's Apple move boosts techsrose 0.9 per cent, South Korea's won gained 0.5 per cent and the Indonesian rup
Asian markets mostly higher, Buffett's Apple move boosts techs
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
rose 0.9 per cent, South Korea's won gained 0.5 per cent and the Indonesian rupiah was up 0.1 per cent. The oil-reliant Malaysian ringgit edged up 0.2 per cent and the Thai baht moved 0.1 per cent higher. In early European trade London climbed... Read more
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13d
The Manila Times
Yen slips on sales tax delay reportall came in below expectations. In response, the South Korean won lost 0.6 per
Yen slips on sales tax delay report
The Manila Times / Posted 13 days ago
all came in below expectations. In response, the South Korean won lost 0.6 percent against the greenback, while the Malaysian ringgit, Indonesia’s rupiah and the Taiwan dollar were also down. “Weakness in the latest Chinese economic figures... Read more
13d
The Star
CIMB-Principal launches fundof 2016. It is established as a multiple currency share classes to offer inves
CIMB-Principal launches fund
The Star / Posted 13 days ago
of 2016. It is established as a multiple currency share classes to offer investors the options to invest using not just Malaysian ringgit, but also the Australian dollar, Singapore dollar or the US dollar. The Fund is offered in Malaysia for... Read more
14d
The Star
Johor's EduCity drawing Singaporen studentsLink. These cross-border students cite lower fees - as much as 60 per cent low
Johor's EduCity drawing Singaporen students
The Star / Posted 14 days ago
Link. These cross-border students cite lower fees - as much as 60 per cent lower for some programmes - due to the weaker Malaysian ringgit. Then, there are also a number of brand-name foreign institutions to choose from in EduCity. According to... Read more
15d
The Borneo Post
Bears still in controlmillion and net buying from local institution and local retail were RM904 milli
Bears still in control
The Borneo Post / Posted 15 days ago
million and net buying from local institution and local retail were RM904 million and RM100 million respectively. The Malaysian ringgit weakened from RM4.40 to a US dollar to RM6.03 in a week. In the FBM KLCI, decliners out-paced gainers 17... Read more
19d
Manila Bulletin
Peso up after PH vote, Yen slips on intervention threattrack record, this could reassure investors and restore confidence in the mediu
Peso up after PH vote, Yen slips on intervention threat
Manila Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
track record, this could reassure investors and restore confidence in the medium-term outlook for the Philippines economy.” In other trading, the dollar soared more than one percent against the oil-linked Malaysian ringgit on a slump in crude pric... Read more
20d
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Top palm oil producer sues green group over deforestation allegationslegal challenge].” In the communications, Darrel Webber says that the roundtab
Top palm oil producer sues green group over deforestation allegations
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 20 days ago
legal challenge].” In the communications, Darrel Webber says that the roundtable is insured against such claims up to 10m Malaysian Ringgit (£1.72m). Richard George, head of forests at Greenpeace UK, said: “No one should be surprised that IOI has... Read more
20d
The Irish Times
Asia stocks weaker after soft US jobs, China trade datasaid Masahiro Ichikawa, senior strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management.
Asia stocks weaker after soft US jobs, China trade data
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
said Masahiro Ichikawa, senior strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management. The South Korean won, Indonesian rupiah and Malaysian ringgit have fallen to six-week troughs against the dollar over the past few days. US shares posted modest gains... Read more
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20d
Guardian Unlimited
Top palm oil producer sues green group over deforestation allegationslegal challenge].” In the communications, Darrel Webber says that the roundtab
Top palm oil producer sues green group over deforestation allegations
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 20 days ago
legal challenge].” In the communications, Darrel Webber says that the roundtable is insured against such claims up to 10m Malaysian Ringgit (£1.72m). Richard George, head of forests at Greenpeace UK, said: “No one should be surprised that IOI has... Read more
23d
Channel NewsAsia
Election jitters weigh on Philippine stocks, currencycurrency has slumped more than 2 per cent against the dollar, becoming the regi
Election jitters weigh on Philippine stocks, currency
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 days ago
currency has slumped more than 2 per cent against the dollar, becoming the region’s second-biggest loser behind the Malaysian ringgit as markets” reprice for a Duterte victory”, ING analysts said. “There is increasing jitters over the... Read more
24d
Inquirier.net
Asia markets cautious on growth woes but dollar, oil rallymonth. It was up 0.8 percent against the South Korean won and 0.5 percent vers
Asia markets cautious on growth woes but dollar, oil rally
Inquirier.net / Posted 24 days ago
month. It was up 0.8 percent against the South Korean won and 0.5 percent versus the Indonesian rupiah. The oil-dependent Malaysian ringgit was 0.2 percent lower but Australia’s dollar recovered slightly, adding 0.4 percent after losing around 2.5... Read more
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24d
Zawya
EM ASIA FX-Firm dollar, growth woes drag Asia FX lowerglobal forex service please click Double click on brackets for following items:
EM ASIA FX-Firm dollar, growth woes drag Asia FX lower
Zawya / Posted 24 days ago
global forex service please click Double click on brackets for following items: Asian currencies Asian currencies in Asia Malaysian ringgit Indonesian rupiah Singapore dollar Thai baht Taiwan dollar Hong Kong dollar Philippine peso Korean won... Read more
25d
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 25 days 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
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25d
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 25 days ago
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
25d
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 25 days ago
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

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