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BANKS are building up not only their own resilience but also preparing their customers for financial resilience rather than reliance.
AGAINST an evolving outlook on Covid-19, banks are facing the challenge from this crisis head-on, with a focus on providing flexible loan repayment and restructuring packages with speedy approvals.
THE extended lockdowns are already causing big challenges to exporters, on top of that, the cost to ship containers has skyrocketed, possibly pushing out exporters of low cost items.
EVEN as the US dollar is projected to strengthen in the near term, thus leading to a weaker ringgit, will Malaysian exporters be able to take advantage of it?
A stronger US dollar against the ringgit is seen for the next three to six months but after that, the outlook is less certain and hence, volatile.
THE emerging markets (EMs) may face a tough situation ahead, as the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) speeds up its time frame for hiking interest rates, and indicates the start of talks to scale back its massive bond buying.
WHILE Malaysia’s total trade in April had surged 43.2%, reaching RM190.8bil compared with a year ago, how will it be from May to June and maybe onwards, under the current movement control order (MCO 3.0)?
ECONOMIC activities were picking up momentum, but all are hit by the recent surge in Covid-19 infections.
From targeted to total lockdowns, as we still see spiking Covid-19 infections, there are concerns whether Malaysia can achieve its forecast growth of 6% to 7% for 2021.
HIT again with lockdowns from this new Covid-19 variant, the retail, hotel and travel sectors are struggling to sustain.