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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.

Philips reports profit rise driven by growth in diagnostics

AMSTERDAM: Dutch health-technology company Royal Philips NV reported a 9.8% rise in second quarter profit, driven by its growing diagnostics business, though inventory issues in China held back revenue.

AmBank Research sees ringgit trading at 4.0193 and 4.0293

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research remains cautious on the ringgit and expects the currency to trade between its support level of 4.0193 and 4.0293 to the US dollar while its resistance is pegged at 4.0462 and 4.0531.

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Upside for ringgit limited, resistance level at 4.0320

KUALA LUMPUR: AmResearch see the upside for the ringgit as limited due to the weak sentiments on both the domestic and external fronts as well as the slide in China's yuan.

AmInvest Research retains Buy on N2N Connect, FV RM1.50

KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Bank Research is maintaining its Buy call on N2N Connect (N2N) with an unchanged forecasts and fair value of RM1.50/share, pegged to an FY19F price-to-earnings (PE) of 25 times.

Malaysian debt risk on uptrend

Cost of insuring debt papers rising due to external as well as internal factors

Malaysia CDS, 1MDB suggest credit downgrade can't be avoided

SINGAPORE: Malaysia's credit-default swap performance since the general election on May 9 suggests investors see a decent chance of a ratings downgrade. Since the close of business on May 8, Malaysia's CDS spread has widened by 30bps compared to a change of 6bps for Indonesia and Philippines, which are both rated two notches lower on the Moody's and S&P scales.

Ringgit to trade between 3.9839 and 3.9910, says AmBank Research

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Research expects the ringgit to trade between its support level of 3.9839 and 3.9910 against the US dollar while its resistance is pegged at 4.0138 and 4.0242.