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Exchange Rates for RM

Discussion in 'A Singaporean's guide to Living In JB' started by crystal_tiong, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. jbnewbie

    jbnewbie Alfrescian Old Timer

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    does not helpif no location mentioned.
     
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    Initially wrote those down here was for reference to what's the highest SG-RM so far it had reach..

    But I've pasted the web link so every1 can bookmark it n see daily n instant SG-RM rates n those specific shops that r giving that rate..

    https://cashchanger.co/singapore/sgd-to-myr


    ^_^
     
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    seemed like nowadays money changers in jb (eg city square, sutera mall...) offer same rate as the best of change alley in singapore
     
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    What's the rate there?
     
  6. RedsYNWA

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    I just did a transfer with Instarem at 3.141. Quite gd rates! haha......
     
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    The ringgit will continue sinking till MO1 is charge in court.
    Not surprise projected @ S$1= $4 ringgit by year end.
     
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    Because of the weakening RM, many Malaysians are dumping RM for other foreign currency, especially for SG$.
     
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    Great for SG and PR. Officially i can be a millionaire in MY right now. Hahaha..

    Doubt it will hit 3.3 by yr end though..
     
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    Imaging the smart Malaysians who kept their $$$ in SG, if he had kept RM1,00,000 in SG 3 years ago, he'll be taking back at least RM 1,200,000 now!
    But some dumb Singaporean who opened fixed deposit acct in MY are instead losing money.
     
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    i dont think there are a lot of Singaporeans who opened FD accts in MY. I had to struggle to get my OCBC 360 MY account to be opened... Banks in Malaysia are strict on Singaporeans.
     
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    I know many Malaysian who work here only changed the absolute amount for family expenses, house and car/motor instalment.
     

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