© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Illustration photo of a Malaysia Ringgit note
(Reuters) – The Malaysian ringgit fell to a four-month low on its first day of trade following Mahathir Mohamad’s stunning win in the country’s general election last week.
The Malaysian stock exchange last week extended trading holidays to Thursday and Friday after the government declared them public holidays following the election results.
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