The Malaysian Ringgit takes a further plunge as January’s worst-performing currency due to concerns over a protracted drop in crude oil.
The budget 2015 revision signals the Government’s strategy to boost Malaysia's economy amidst a possible global slowdown.
The Ringgit hits a six-year low amid concerns over possible rating downgrades of Malaysia’s debts.
Many Malaysians are tightening their purse-strings in anticipation of 2015 price increments.Will there be emptier shopping malls in 2015?
The weakening Ringgit is worrying but it’s not that bad. Here are some industries that can potentially thrive amidst the Ringgit slump.
The recent oil price slump has caused the US dollar to strengthen against major Asian currencies, and our Ringgit is one of the worst hit. Here’s what we can do!
Don’t break your bank paying for a year-end holiday. Plan smart by checking the exchange rate before you book your next vacation!