Ringgit Slumps as Emerging Markets Lose Appeal on IMF Growth CutBy
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Malaysia’s ringgit posted its biggest three-day drop in more than two months after the International Monetary Fund cut its world growth forecast, dimming the appeal of emerging-market assets.
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