Ringgit Gets No Reprieve as It Slides With Oil on Slowing ChinaBy
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Malaysia’s ringgit fell for an 11th week in its longest stretch of losses since 1993 as lower energy prices weigh on the oil exporter’s earnings and capital flows out of emerging markets amid slowing Chinese growth.
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