KUALA LUMPUR (April 24): Malaysian shares and the ringgit may today take cue from higher US government bond yields, which led to a stronger US dollar. Anticipation of Malaysia's 14th General Election (GE14) may also dictate market sentiment.
US government bond yields, which neared 3%, led to expectation of higher demand for US dollar-denominated assets. Such sentiment did not bode well for Asian markets.
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