At 9.19am, the ringgit stood at 4.0940/0980 against the greenback from 4.0860/0900 at the close yesterday.
At 9.16am, the ringgit stood at 4.0870/0900 against the greenback from 4.0870/0910 at the close yesterday.
For China, a weaker dollar will lead to a stronger yuan, pressuring officials to halt its appreciation as the economy slows.
At 9.08am, the ringgit stood at 4.0820/0870 against the greenback from 4.0740/0780 at the close yesterday.
At 9.11am, the ringgit stood at 4.0760/0800 against the greenback from 4.0740/0770 at the close yesterday.
Good readings on US economic growth and optimistic comments from the White House lift investor sentiment,
Regional investors were in a broadly upbeat mood owing to optimism about a China-US trade deal.
Observers warned that failure to meet market expectations could lead to a sharp drop in global equities.
Markets are cautiously optimistic as US President Donald Trump is set to meet with China’s top trade negotiator in Washington on Friday.
The FTSE 100 index was higher overall despite a near 16% slump in the share price of British supermarket group Sainsbury's.
Tokyo led the slump, while Hong Kong returned from the three-day Lunar New Year break in the red.
Wall Street opened mixed, with the Dow adding 0.3% in the first minute of trading.
Oil prices rebounded gently, having tumbled the previous day on worries over a slowing global economy and political instability in key producer Venezuela.
While the majority of Asian markets fell Tuesday they did pare their losses and some even edged into positive territory.
Eurozone stocks held onto their gains in afternoon trading, while the euro clawed back ground against the dollar.
US investors turned sellers on Tuesday after Washington rejected Beijing's offer of preparatory discussions ahead of the next round of high-level negotiations.
Investors advised caution around current levels as there was no sign on how Britain will leave the world's biggest trading bloc.
Regional equities picked up after Bloomberg said Beijing had pledged to ramp up spending on US goods over the next five years.
Oil prices rose on the China-US tariffs report and after Opec said it had cut output.
The pound firmed towards a two-month high against the dollar and the euro.