Ringgit Falls Most in Three Weeks as Oil Prices Slump Overnight

  • Malaysia has 8.24 billion ringgit of debt maturing this week
  • Government bond auction draws fewest bids in a month

Malaysia’s ringgit fell the most in three weeks after Brent crude prices slumped overnight in New York, renewing concern about the impact on government finances for Asia’s only major oil exporter.

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