Low oil prices are not providing support for local currency.
Ringgit, however, trades mixed against other major currencies.
A market trader says the ringgit would come back into focus if the yuan tumult holds.
Potential bidders for the assets could include other major energy companies with an interest in the region.
The local note is at its low for three consecutive days.
At 9.05am, the ringgit stood at 4.1930 against the greenback from yesterday’s close of 4.1910.
Bank Negara Malaysia says the reserves are enough to finance retained imports for 7.6 months
The Gulf energy giant is said to have approached several Asian state oil producers to invest in its initial public offering.
On the domestic front, Budget 2020 tabling on Friday would evaluate investor reaction towards the local note.
Analyst says investors will be looking for any fiscal stimulus that can offset the external economic headwinds.
The release of weaker-than-expected US manufacturing and employment data provides support for Asian currencies.
Value of online transactions, from retail to ride-hailing, expected to reach US$300 bil by 2025.
US-China trade tensions hurt the greenback, resulting in a better ringgit performance.
But they are quite disciplined and follow monthly budgets.
The weakening of US manufacturing sector shift investor interest towards the ringgit.
Challenges remain apparent as clients held out for price discounts amid competitive pressures on industry.
Aramco’s advisers are arranging meetings with some potential cornerstone investors this week, sources say.
The ringgit traded mostly higher against other major currencies.
The course aims to produce graduates that will hit the ground running after returning to their respective organisations.
Bank Negara Malaysia also says other foreign currency assets amount to US$62.04 million.
Demand for the ringgit remained intact after FTSE Russell decided to keep Malaysia on its benchmark World Government Bond Index.
He replaces Zahrah Abd Wahab Fenner, who goes on compulsory retirement today.
Positive growth underpinned by 14.5% increase in revenue to RM1.04 billion.
National carmaker expected to be back in the black for the financial year of 2019.