KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rebounded from Friday's losses to kick off the week higher against the US dollar today, benefiting from lower-than-expected US' inflation data released last week, a dealer said. At 9.05am, the ringgit stood at 4.2890/2920 against the greenback compared with Friday's close of 4.2935/2965. The dealer said the greenback retreated from last week's gains after the US delivered weaker-than-expected in...

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