ringgit malaysia

  1. Malaysia Ex-Central Bank Chief Recalls 1997 Crisis Lessons: Q&A

    Malaysia Ex-Central Bank Chief Recalls 1997 Crisis Lessons: Q&A
    Twenty years ago, Malaysia was caught up in the turmoil of a currency crisis that began in Thailand and swept across Asia, battering economies, pushing millions into poverty and forcing governments to seek emergency bailouts. Zeti Akhtar Aziz, who was chief economist of Malaysia’s central bank at the time -- later becoming governor -- recalls her experience of the crisis...
  2. Screw the Scammers, Save Your Ringgit

    Screw the Scammers,  Save Your Ringgit
    Today, we are living in challenging times. Gone are the days when job security brings financial security. Millions realized that it now takes more than a fixed salary to get ahead financially. Thus, many begin to seek for investment opportunities to create additional sources of income and to build wealth. Regrettably, there is an emergence of con artists to deceive...
  3. BNM's measures to curb NDFs have some effect on ringgit, MIER says

    BNM's measures to curb NDFs have some effect on ringgit, MIER says
    KUALA LUMPUR (April 18): Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)'s measures to curb the non-deliverable forwards (NDFs) have some effect on the ringgit, according to Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER). When questioned during the presentation of the 22nd Corporate Economic Briefing on whether the BNM's measures to curb NDF have led to the ringgit being kept at a low and stable...

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