20
Rab, Sep
664 ARTIKEL BARU

KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit opened higher in early trade against the US dollar Thursday on mild demand for the local note.

At 9.00 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.2150/2200 against the greenback from 4.2250/2310 on Thursday.

A dealer, said, local sentiment had improved with the ongoing positive progress on the 1MDB issue.

On the global front, the dealer said investors are still cautious over the US dollar which fell in overnight trade, and ahead of crucial US jobs data to be released tonight.

They are also concerned over the hawkish comments by US Federal Reserve Chair, Janet Yellen, that keeping interest rates at zero for too long would create a risk to the financial stability of the US economy.

The ringgit, meanwhile, traded mixed against other major currencies.

It eased against the Singapore dollar to 3.0189/0242 from 2.9941/9996 on Thursday and depreciated against the yen to 3.4355/4410 from 3.4211/4267.

It declined against the British pound to 6.3807/3895 from 6.3041/3152 and fell against the euro to 4.6045/6116 from 4.4675/4747.

-BERNAMA

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rebounded Tuesday to open higher against major currencies, including the US dollar, dealers said.

At 9.05 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.2850/2950 against the greenback from 4.3010/3050 on Monday.

A dealer said news that Chinese Premier Li Keqiang would buy more Malaysian treasury bonds in a move to help stabilise the financial market perked the market.

The local note appreciated against the Singapore dollar to 3.0227/0302 from yesterday's 3.0295/0345 and

MANILA: The final text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) coupled with the government’s cost-benefit analysis that will be tabled to the Cabinet next week will help dispel fear on the trade pact, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said.

"I think there is a lot of disinformation that has been spread around. The introduction and dissemination of the final text will help allay or correct the disinformation and secondly, the cost-benefit analysis that will be presented to the cabinet next

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened lower in early trade against the US dollar as the greenback firmed near its seven-month high versus a basket of major currencies.

At 9.20 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.3850/3900 against the US dollar from 4.3800/3870 on Tuesday.

A dealer said the US dollar gained amid a weak euro on expectations that the European Central Bank will ease monetary policy in December.

The local note was also traded lower against other major currencies.

It depreciated against

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened higher in early trade  against the US dollar on continued demand for the local unit, dealers said.

At 9.02 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.3150/3240 against the US dollar from 4.3410/3480 on Thursday.

A dealer said the greenback retreated after the recent rally, while the improved crude oil prices continued to support the local note.

The local note was also traded higher against other major currencies.

It appreciated against the Singapore dollar to

KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit opened higher in early trade against the US dollar lifted by renewed buying support for the local unit, dealers said.

At 9.05 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.3600/3680 against the US dollar from 4.3870/3950 on Wednesday.

The local note was also traded higher against other major currencies.

It appreciated against the Singapore dollar to 3.0719/0795 from 3.0801/0868 on Wednesday and gained against the yen to 3.5292/5371 from 3.5583/5651.

It rose versus the British

KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit opened higher in early trade against the US dollar on renewed demand for the local currency.

At 9.19 am, the ringgit was quoted at 4.3700/3790 against the US dollar from 4.3810/3850 on Monday.

A dealer said the better demand for ringgit was in tandem with the improved performance on the equities market.

The local note was also traded higher against other major currencies.

It appreciated against the Singapore dollar to 3.0727/0801 from 3.0798/0841 on Monday and

Lebih banyak artikel..