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4.3730+0.0070 (+0.1603%)
As of 01:32AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close4.3660
Day's range4.3660 - 4.3850
52-week range4.1614 - 4.7460
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most Asian currencies gain on dollar weakness; ringgit slumps

    * U.S. dollar weakens after overnight gains of 0.5% * Malaysia's ringgit snaps three-day winning streak * Thai to hike interest rate by 25 bps - Reuters poll By Roushni Nair Nov 29 (Reuters) - Most Asian emerging markets rose on Tuesday, with the South Korean won and the Singapore dollar surfacing as top gainers, as the U.S. dollar slipped on the prospect of potential easing in China's strict pandemic curbs following unprecedented protests. The U.S. dollar weakened after a rally in the previous session on mounting worries over China's COVID-19 situation, although the greenback remained marginally supported by hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials. "The Fed speakers are very clear that in the next FOMC meeting in December, we will see a deceleration in the pace of rate hikes to 50 basis points," said Alvin Tan, head of FX strategy at RBC Capital Markets.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Stocks, FX under pressure as Russian sanctions, hawkish Fed weigh

    * S.Korean won, Thai baht, Malaysian ringgit weaken * Singapore shares gain on easing COVID-19 curbs * Investors short on Thai baht for first time in 3 months - Reuters poll * Philippine holds rates, shares up 1% By Sameer Manekar March 24 (Reuters) - Emerging markets in Asia came under pressure on Thursday as uncertainty prevailed over potential impact from ever-tightening sanctions on Russia and consequent rise in commodity prices, further exacerbating inflationary pressures in the region. Global markets also faced the brunt of volatile commodities and an ever-more hawkish-sounding U.S. Federal Reserve. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan as well as the world equity index were down about 0.2% each.