Malaysia's `Bombed Out' Ringgit Lures Mobius to Nation's SharesBy and
Mobius says ringgit `very, very, attractive at this stage'
Currency is rebounding this month as Fed rate bets fade
Malaysia’s ringgit has really “bombed out” and that makes some of the nation’s stocks attractive, Mark Mobius, chairman of the emerging-markets group at Franklin Templeton Investments, said in an interview.
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