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THE greenback added 0.35% to 97.08 on favourable job market data. Unemployment rate remained at 3.7% for the third consecutive month, with the labour force participation rate staying at 62.9% for the second consecutive month and wage growing at the same pace as in October by 3.1% y-o-y, 0.2% m-o-m.

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THE dollar appreciated by 0.46% to 96.7 by the end of the week after the Fed maintained a hawkish stance during the FOMC meeting.

Treasury Pulse

THE dollar depreciated by 0.31% to 96.7 largely after improving risk appetite in the global markets added with weaker-than-expected October ISM Manufacturing PMI, which came in at 57.7 points (previous: 59.8 points; cons: 59 points), signalling a slowing momentum in the US economy.

Treasury Pulse

THE US dollar weakened by 0.62% to close at 93.912, its seven-week low following the improvement in risk appetite in the global markets while Dow Jones and S&P500 closed 2.3% to 26,657 and 1.5% to 2,931.

Global Forex Market

THE US dollar started the week on a strong note on the back of the robust labour market, reaffirming two more rate hikes in 2018 coupled with the reignited US-China trade tension after China announced that it would approach the World Trade Organisation for permission to proceed with implementation of sanctions on the US.

The evolution of capital market ecosystems in a challenging world

WHEN I was young, I used to wander around the old Pudu market. My Cochrane schoolmate’s father was on the municipal council managing it. It was a thriving market that served buyers and sellers of all shapes, sizes and economic ability.

Global Foreign Exchange Market

THE dollar appreciated by 0.26% to 96.6 over the week. At the beginning of the week, investors flocked to safe haven assets as US-Turkey relations turned sour.

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Ringgit seen at 4.0557-4.0595 against US dollar

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research expects the ringgit to trade between the support levels of 4.0557 and 4.0595 while its resistance is pegged at 4.0711 and 4.0777 to the US dollar.

AmBank Research sees ringgit trading 4.0557 to 4.0595 vs US$

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research expects the ringgit to trade between its support levels of 4.0557 and 4.0595 while its resistance is pegged at 4.0711 and 4.0777.