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PETALING JAYA: The issuance of government bonds is expected to rise significantly although the corporate bonds market looks less promising due to slower economic activities brought on by Covid-19.
S&P Global’s revision not expected to lead to capital outflows
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
STOCK markets that are racing ahead of the real economy may appear too optimistic as recovery is still uncertain.
DAY in, day out, we are warned of “more pain to come”, markets and economies in “free fall”, and “the deepest recession on the record.”
PETALING JAYA: Rating agencies expect Malaysia’s sovereign credit ratings to remain intact as the government is set to undertake a mega spending spree to support the flailing economy
PETALING JAYA: With the country’s fiscal deficit being further hammered from the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and falling global crude oil prices, higher issuance of between RM130bil and RM150bil of government bonds is anticipated for the year.
PETALING JAYA: After the latest slash in the key benchmark interest rate, a cut in the statutory reserve requirement (SRR) appears imminent amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak with the economy remaining under further pressure.