Malaysia says no plan to re-peg ringgit – MSN MoneyCentral
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (AP) – Malaysia’s new finance minister said Monday the government has no plans to re-peg the country’s currency, ringgit, and will let the market determine its value. “I wish to categorically state that we have no intention to re

In defence of the herd of greedy pigs – Times Online
Politicians and columnists know who is to blame for the turmoil in financial markets. Short-sellers are to blame; and they must be anathematised. Alex Salmond, the Scottish First Minister, last week fulminated against “a short-selling bunch of

Malaysia rules out ringgit exchange rate peg – Forbes
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Malaysia’s new finance minister and the central bank on Monday ruled out pegging the ringgit to the dollar again, dismissing a call from former leader Mahathir Mohamad that was seen as a bid to put pressure on his

Adeline Paul Raj – NSTP e-Media
KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak made it clear yesterday that the government had no plans to peg the ringgit to the US dollar.”I wish to categorically state that we have no intention of re-pegging the




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