Ringgit Pares Biggest Drop Since 1998 as Investors Digest Brexit

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  • Malaysia’s stocks also trim losses along with govt bonds
  • Ringgit is Asia’s worst-performing currency this quarter

The ringgit pared its decline against the dollar as investors around the world digested Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, a move that triggered a global selloff across asset classes.

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