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However, domestic loan growth is stable at 3.9% in May
KUALA LUMPUR: Domestic banks set aside more provisions for loan impairments in the first quarter ended March 31,2020 as they brace for more delinquencies when the six-month moratorium ends on Sept 30, according to RAM Ratings.
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.
TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd (TM) and Tabung Haji are locking horns over a RM1bil sukuk ijarah programme raised in a TM-sponsored issuance where the latter is the largest institutional investor, according to a source.
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: RAM Ratings expects foreign buying of Malaysian government securities (MGS) is likely to remain dull for the rest of June after a brief respite in May due to concerns about a wider fiscal deficit and debt levels.
PETALING JAYA: More overnight policy rate (OPR) cuts on the horizon and the move to allow banks to use Malaysian government securities (MGS) and government investment issues (GII) to meet the statutory reserve requirement (SRR) ratio will help spur bond demand this year.
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).
Non-bank/tech players take long-term view of outlook