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Ringgit's 2016 surge likely to slow down

Inflows may have peaked as Malaysian risk assets are looking pricey

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DAY IN THE SUN: The ringgit has done a stunning about-face this year, with surging capital inflows turning it into Asia's best-performing currency from the region's worst in 2015.

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MALAYSIA'S ringgit has done a stunning about-face this year, with surging capital inflows turning it into Asia's best-performing currency from the region's worst in 2015.

Still, few expect the ringgit to regain all the ground lost last year, as inflows may have peaked as

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