Ringgit rises on Covid vaccination news

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rebounded from yesterday’s close to open higher against the US dollar today, on renewed buying support due to positive development of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, dealers said.

At 9.06am, the local note was higher at 4.1400/1440 against the greenback from Monday’s close of 4.1440/1480.

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Ringgit , Closing , US dollar ,  COVID-19 , CITF , Vaccines


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