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Global investors regain some confidence in Malaysia after GE14: S&P Ratings


In its report issued on Tuesday, S&P Global Ratings said nearly one in five (20.5%) polled intend to increase their exposure to the ringgit, up considerably from six months ago.

In its report issued on Tuesday, S&P Global Ratings said nearly one in five (20.5%) polled intend to increase their exposure to the ringgit, up considerably from six months ago.

KUALA LUMPUR:  Global investors have regained some confidence in Malaysia and its currency after the surprise victory of the Pakatan Harapan in the GE14 in May 2018, says S&P Global Ratings. 

In its report issued on Tuesday, it said nearly one in five (20.5%) polled intend to increase their exposure to the ringgit, up considerably from six months ago. 

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