Statistik Corona

Malaysia
2,127,934
Confirmed
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Malaysia
1,897,383
Recovered
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Malaysia
206,473
Active
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Malaysia
24,078
Deaths
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am

Malaysia

Malaysia
2,127,934
Confirmed
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Malaysia
1,897,383
Recovered
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Malaysia
24,078
Deaths
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am

Indonesia

Indonesia
4,195,958
Confirmed
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Indonesia
4,002,706
Recovered
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Indonesia
140,805
Deaths
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am

Thailand

Thailand
1,511,357
Confirmed
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Thailand
1,366,533
Recovered
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
Thailand
15,753
Deaths
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am

Global

All countries
230,313,402
Confirmed
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
All countries
205,324,933
Recovered
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am
All countries
4,722,750
Deaths
Updated on September 22, 2021 04:00 4:00 am

Positive news from reuters reported by Spore Straits Time: Ringgit hits 3-week high after Malaysia cuts fuel subsidies

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SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The Malaysian ringgit hit a three-week high on Tuesday, outperforming some Southeast Asian currencies, as offshore funds bought it after the government cut fuel subsidies to reduce the country’s fiscal deficit.

The ringgit advanced 0.29 per cent to 3.2645 against the US dollar, after hitting 3.2590, its strongest since Aug 13.

That compared with a 0.23 per cent gain for the Thai baht and 0.27 per cent appreciation of the Philippine peso.

Late Monday, Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak looked to sidestep political opponents and temper market jitters by cutting fuel subsidies to beef up the country’s fiscal position, which had spurred capital outflows. The cuts in petrol subsidies, effective from Tuesday, will save the government an estimated 1.1 billion ringgit (S$429 million) this year and another 3.3 billion ringgit in 2014, he said.

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