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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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Oil rises as fuel demand outweighs equity slump, dollar gain

Wednesday’s inventory report showed growing demand and a substantial drop in fuel stockpiles that offset a large crude build.

Ringgit opens slightly higher than US Dollar

The currency was exposed to external factors, especially the trade policy talks that would take place between the United States and China at the G20 summit today in Buenos Aires.

Bursa Malaysia extends losses to open lower

In a note today, Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) said the negative performance on the local bourse was also due to an overnight sell-off on US markets.

Ringgit snaps losses to open higher

At 9am, the local currency stood at 4.1380/1420 against 4.1390/1430 recorded at 6pm yesterday.

Ringgit opens lower despite bullish oil prices

The ringgit meanwhile traded mostly higher versus other major currencies.

Ringgit opens lower despite higher oil prices

The ringgit however traded mostly higher versus other major currencies.

Ringgit strengthens against greenback at opening

At 9am, the ringgit stood at 4.1350/1390 against the greenback from 4.1415/1445 on Wednesday.

Ringgit opens lower against US dollar

The ringgit also traded mostly lower against other major currencies.

Templeton says emerging markets approaching turning point

Given the uncertainty, the money manager is keeping a net neutral dollar position, while making trades including shorting the Philippine peso, as well as betting the Aussie will decline against the New Zealand dollar.

Dollar hold gains in cautious trade ahead of new US tariffs...

The dollar has seen a surge in safe-haven demand from an escalation of global trade tensions involving the United States, China, Canada and the European Union

Ringgit opens higher against greenback

Investors are looking forward to a positive August Consumer Price Index announcement.

Ringgit opens lower against greenback

The market was closed on Monday and Tuesday in conjunction with King’s birthday and Awal Muharram.

Ringgit opens higher amid news of higher oil price

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened slightly higher against the US dollar today on better demand for the local note as news on higher global...

Ringgit opens higher against greenback

A dealer says demand for the greenback eased amid the lack of new catalysts.

Ringgit flat against US dollar in early trade

Against other major currencies, the ringgit traded mixed.

Ringgit marginally lower against US dollar at opening

Trump had accused China, the European Union and others of manipulating their currencies and interest rates, positioning the greenback at a disadvantage.

Ringgit opens lower against the greenback

At 9am, the ringgit stood at 4.2935/2965 against the greenback from 4.2920/2950 on Thursday.

Ringgit lower against US dollar in early trade

The local note was traded at 4.4320/4370 against the US dollar, compared with 4.4280/4310 recorded on Tuesday.

Ringgit higher against US dollar in early trade

The local unit is traded at 4.4260/4310 against the US dollar, compared with 4.4370/4400 at the close yesterday.

Ringgit opens lower against US dollar

The local unit was quoted at 4.4760/4820 versus the greenback compared with 4.4710/4740 last Friday.

Ringgit opens higher against US dollar

The local unit was quoted at 4.4870/4900 against the greenback compared with 4.4960/4990 on Wednesday.

Ringgit opens slightly lower

The local note was quoted at 4.4930/4980 against the greenback compared with 4.4900/4950 on Tuesday.

Ringgit opens slightly lower against US dollar

The local unit traded at 4.4750/4800 against the greenback from Thursday's close of 4.4740/4770.

Ringgit opens unchanged against US dollar

The local unit was quoted at 4.4770/4820 against the greenback.

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