Ringgit continues rise against US$


Amid the demand for Asian currencies, the local note closed the day at 4.0130/0180 from Tuesday

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit pared its earlier losses to close higher against the US dollar for the second consecutive day this week as investors risk appetite for the local currency remained favourable amid the weakening of the greenback.

Amid the demand for Asian currencies, the local note closed the day at 4.0130/0180 from Tuesday’s 4.0180/0210 versus the US dollar.

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