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KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rating Services Bhd (RAM Ratings) has upgraded the rating of Widad Capital Sdn Bhd’s sukuk murabahah programme of up to RM110 million in nominal value to AA1 from AA2 and revised the rating outlook to stable from positive.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian bond market is expected to remain bearish in June after a brief respite in May due to concerns about a wider fiscal deficit and debt levels.
KUALA LUMPUR: While digital banks are disruptors relative to traditional banks and will intensify competition, their impact will be limited in the next three years, given the regulatory restrictions on their asset size, that is, not more than RM2 billion, said RAM Rating Sdn Bhd (RAM Ratings).
PETALING JAYA: After seeing the highest level of foreign outflows since May 2018, the bond market is poised for further pressure which may trigger more outflows at least in the near term
PETALING JAYA: Foreign investors sold RM12.3bil of Malaysian bonds accelerated in March - is the highest since May 2018 - amid mounting recession fears triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rating Services Bhd (RAM Ratings) said demand for financing may well ebb this year given the expected economic contraction and potential delays in projects as well as reduced capital expenditure by companies.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite RAM Rating Services Bhd (RAM Ratings) maintaining a stable outlook on Malaysian Islamic banking sector, it expects the spread of Covid-19 pandemic to dampen credit demand and affect the performance of Islamic banks this year due to heightened uncertainies in the economic landscape.
KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Ratings expects February inflation to remain largely unchanged at 1.5% while for 2020, it is expected to average 0.7% versus its earlier forecast of 1.7%.
KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Rating Services Bhd expects Malaysian banks to be resilient enough to weather escalating headwinds on both the domestic and global fronts which pose greater downside risks to their performances this year.