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Why Singapore rejected a common currency with Malaysia

Malayan Dollar When Singapore separated from Malaysia in August 1965, it continued to use a common currency with Malaysia and Brunei, the Malayan dollar. Issued...

Troubles Are Far From Over for One of Asia’s Worst Performing Currencies

By David Finnerty July 20, 2020, 7:15 AM GMT+8 The Malaysian ringgit has been among the worst performing Asian currencies so far this year and its challenges...

China Renews Push for Increased Global Role for the Yuan

Bloomberg News July 13, 2020, 4:00 AM GMT+8 Faced with the prospect of restricted access to U.S. dollars, China’s answer is to get more people to...

USD/SGD: Will Singapore Dollar Enjoy Effect from Hong Kong?

The Singapore Dollar has tested important resistance early this morning as major shadows loom for speculators considering a trade of the USD/SGD. If you enjoy...

What the Hong Kong Dollar Peg Is and Why It Matters

Tian Chen and Fion Li June 5, 2020, 5:00 AM GMT+8 Pegged to the U.S. dollar since 1983, the Hong Kong dollar is usually a dull...

Appointments now needed for those remitting money at Lucky Plaza, City Plaza and Peninsula Plaza

SINGAPORE - Foreign domestic workers (FDWs) and other customers who want to send money overseas through agencies at Lucky Plaza, City Plaza and Peninsula...

Sending and receiving money during the Covid-19 outbreak

This article was first published in by Katrina Lane. We are picking up some points that will be helpful. We understand this is a...

CashChanger’s Guide for Covid-19

There is so much news on the Cornovarius of 2019, COVID-19, in the mass media. CashChanger is here to compile some of the critical...

Money Matters during Movement Control Order in Malaysia (18 to 31 March 2020)

Malaysian Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has implemented the Movement Control Order (“MCO”) for the period of 18 – 31 March 2020. On...

Top 10 Best Graduation Trips With Your Friends!

You have been mugging for years! Endless sleepless days and nights were hitting the books where you made many friends along this journey that...

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Why Singapore rejected a common currency with Malaysia

Malayan Dollar When Singapore separated from Malaysia in August 1965, it continued to use a common currency with Malaysia and Brunei, the Malayan dollar. Issued...

Troubles Are Far From Over for One of Asia’s Worst Performing Currencies

By David Finnerty July 20, 2020, 7:15 AM GMT+8 The Malaysian ringgit has been among the worst performing Asian currencies so far this year and its challenges...

It’s U.S. Dollar Against the World in This Pandemic-Stricken Era

By Vassilis Karamanis July 13, 2020, 6:40 PM GMT+8 Already the world’s reserve currency, the dollar’s hold over the world of foreign exchange has grown even stronger...

China Renews Push for Increased Global Role for the Yuan

Bloomberg News July 13, 2020, 4:00 AM GMT+8 Faced with the prospect of restricted access to U.S. dollars, China’s answer is to get more people to...