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Bank Negara can still review policy on property loans

Bank Negara Malaysia has admitted there is an acute housing problem in Malaysia! The Malaysian central bank recently released a statement regarding the housing situation...

Three questions 1MDB has to answer over IPIC payment default

The trouble-ridden 1MDB said it is committed to making the promised payment to the Abu Dhabi based IPIC, a payment that it missed on...

Zeti, helpless, says central bank imposed highest fines in history on 1MDB

Giving the impressions that she might still be under some pressure from the powers that be, former Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) governor Zeti Akhtar...

Did Uber save the day in Malaysia’s economic chaos?

Blaming low levels of financial literacy and a rising cost of living, officials and analysts, together with economists are saying that 94% of Malaysians are struggling to...

Bank Negara dollar borrowing in swaps market hits record high

Bank Negara's short-term dollar borrowings on its currency reserves book hit an all-time high of nearly $18 billion in March, data on Friday showed, reflecting...

Mahathir’s ‘biting’ effect on Najib

Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has been instrumental in the unravelling of the Umno - his queries about the 1MDB scandal lead to a...

Malaysia banks liquidity still sound says Ram Ratings

Despite a decline in surplus liquidity placed with Bank Negara Malaysia, the liquidity of local banks is still sound, said Ram Ratings' co-head of...

Malaysian bond market less appealing after US elections

The spreads between the buying and selling quotes for bonds in the Malaysian bond market seemed to have lost its appeal. The Malaysian central bank,...

Bank Negara fights back against criticism

Bank Negara Malaysia or the Malaysian Central Bank fought back against suggestions that its tight foreign exchange control imposed in December last year is...

Malaysia inflation figures does not tally with rising prices

Bank Negara Malaysia's records show headline inflation was unchanged at 1.8% in December (November: 1.8%). This said the prices of goods does not seem to...
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