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  • Saturday, 07 Apr 2012

Global foreign exchange market

THE foreign exchange market this week was very eventful. China's PMI came in above expectation last Sunday, providing an early start to the market with most risk currencies strengthening. The ringgit had a good start strengthening to a low of RM3.0475 to the US dollar.

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