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Ringgit in Biggest Monthly Decline Since 2012 on Fed Rate Bets

Malaysia's ringgit completed its biggest monthly drop in more than two years as the greenback surged on signs the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising U.S. interest rates. The ringgit fell 3.9 percent to 3.2805 per dollar in Kuala Lumpur, ... BusinessWeek, 1 day ago
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Foreign exchange rates in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- The following are closing foreign exchange rates against the Malaysian ringgit here on Tuesday: Tuesday Monday U.S. dollar 3.2790/2820 3.2790/2810 Singapore dollar 2.5724/5767 2.5691/5715 Japanese yen ...
 Shanghai Daily1 day ago XINHUA - Foreign exchange rates in Malaysia  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
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Malaysian palm oil prices gains on export expectations, weakening ringgit

JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil rose on Monday on expectations of positive palm oil export data for September and a weakening ringgit, but volumes remained low as competing edible oil prices slipped and U.S. soybeans hit a four-year low. The market is ...
 TheStar.com.my2 days ago VEGOILS-Palm gains on export expectations, weakening ringgit  Yahoo Philippines News2 days ago Palm oil gains on export expectations  Business Recorder2 days ago Palm gains on export expectations, weakening ringgit  Business Recorder2 days ago
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18 days, Rs 26-cr loss: That's AirAsia's India story!

AirAsia has reported a net loss of 13.8 million Malaysian ringgit (about Rs 26 crore) for its Indian joint venture operations for the quarter ended June. The losses are primarily because the venture operated only for 18 days in June, with only two flights. For the quarter ended June, Jet Airways and SpiceJet posted losses of Rs 217 crore (Rs 2.17 billion) and Rs 124 crore (Rs 1.24 billion), respectively. AirAsia India, a joint venture of Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia, the Tata group and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago AirAsia to Fly Hyderabad to Malaysia Soon  NDTV Profit2 days ago AirAsia to Fly to This Indian City Soon  NDTV Profit2 days ago Ancillary income may help AirAsia to cushion competition  Malaysia Edge1 week ago

Huawai To Unveil Its Android Based Honor ...

Huawai has introduced it Honor tablet in Malaysia for 599 ringgits ($183), it is already up for pre-orders in the country. Huawei has introduced a new tablet, named as Honor tablet in the Malaysian market for 599 ringgits ($183). The tablet will go ...
 EFYTimes.com2 days ago

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ seeks to offer Islamic ringgit loans

Reuters KUALA LUMPUR Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU), Japan's largest lender, hopes to secure a licence for its Malaysian unit to expand operations by providing Islamic loans in the local currency. This would allow BTMU Malaysia, a wholly ...
 Qatar Tribune6 days ago BTMU seeks license for Islamic loans in Ringgit  KiniBiz6 days ago Japan's BTMU to offer Islamic ringgit loans after landmark sukuk  Malay Mail6 days ago After landmark sukuk, Japan's BTMU seeks to offer Islamic ringgit loans  Yahoo! Finance6 days ago
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Malaysian Palm rebounds from over 1-wk low on weaker ringgit

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures bounced back on Tuesday after hitting a more than one-week low in the previous session, as a recovery in overseas soy markets and a weaker ringgit lifted the tropical oil. Firm export data from Malaysia, ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago Palm rebounds from over 1-wk low on weaker ringgit  Business Recorder1 week ago Palm rebounds from over 1-week low on weaker ringgit  Business Recorder1 week ago VEGOILS-Palm rebounds from over 1-wk low on weaker ringgit  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago

Asia Forex: Ringgits, won, Philippine peso, yuan dip

The following table shows rates for Asian currencies against the dollar at 0135 GMT (0935 Malaysian time) on Tuesday. CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Change on the day at 0135 GMT Currency Latest bid Previous day Pct Move Japan yen ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago Asia Forex: Ringgit, won fall; yuan strengthens  TheStar.com.my1 week ago

Ringgit Forwards Head for Sixth Weekly Drop on Fed Rate Outlook

Malaysian ringgit forwards headed for a sixth weekly decline, the longest stretch in more than a year, as rising prospects for a U.S. interest-rate increase in 2015 damped demand for emerging-market assets. The ringgit was among 21 of the 24 ...
 Bloomberg6 days ago Ringgit forwards fell for sixth week after Fed rate outlook  Malay Mail5 days ago Ringgit Forwards Record Sixth Weekly Drop on Fed Rate Outlook  BusinessWeek5 days ago

Malaysia's WCT Holdings to raise up to $460 mln via Islamic bonds

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Malaysian construction firm WCT Holdings Bhd will raise up to 1.5 billion ringgit ($460.05 million) through Islamic bonds to refinance debt, pay working capital and capital expenses, according to a statement on ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland5 days ago WCT Holdings to raise up to $460 mln via Islamic bonds  Malaysia Edge5 days ago
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