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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia does not have to resort to an unconventional monetary policy as the country's deep bond market and diverse set of institutional investors are enough in absorbing a higher bond supply, said Bank Negara Malaysia governor Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus.
BEIJING, Aug 17 (China Daily/ANN) - China will further facilitate cross-border use of the renminbi by promoting pilot programs to boost trade and investment, making it possible for more foreign central banks and monetary authorities to hold the currency as a reserve asset, according to a report from the nation's central bank.
BEIJING: China's forex regulator on Tuesday announced it would abolish the investment quota restrictions for Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) and Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (RQFII) to boost financial reforms and opening-up.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s easing cycle is set to last long as policymakers in South-East Asia’s biggest economy take steps to deal with a deteriorating global economic landscape, according to Bank Indonesia’s new senior deputy governor Destry Damayanti.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rose for first time in almost three weeks after Malaysian economic data beat estimates and the central bank set out plans to boost market liquidity.
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng sees the severe gas supply disruption following the production breakdown in Kebabangan gas field in Sabah to continue until the middle of 2019.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is expected to issue an additional RM2 billion treasury bills for the purpose of liquidity management.
PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara has kept the overnight policy rate (OPR) unchanged at its policy meeting, a day after the country held its 14th general election.
SHANGHAI: China gingerly raised a key short-term interest rate on Thursday following the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank's move overnight, in a symbolic reminder that Beijing is keeping an eye on global market trends even as it cracks down on financial risks at home.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will continue to introduce new policies, as new risks from external spillovers emerge, in order to preserve macroeconomic and financial stability, says Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).