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Liquidity isn’t coming back, and thank goodness

LIQUIDITY, by which I mean the official subsidy for liquidity in financial markets, isn’t coming back and we should all be glad.

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Ringgit halts 12-day drop on Bank Negara plan to aid market liquidity

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.

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Weak liquidity still a concern for many firms in Asia, says Moody's

KUALA LUMPUR: Weak liquidity is still a concern for many companies in Asia though Moody's Investors Service's Asian Liquidity Stress Index (Asian LSI) showed an improvement in August.

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Free fall in Italy’s bond driven by liquidity vacuum

NEW YORK: The free fall in Italy’s debt underscored that even one of Europe’s biggest debt markets is subject to the traders’ adage that liquidity often dries up just when you need it most.

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Indian central bank takes steps to curb rising bank liquidity

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India told lenders to set aside more deposits as reserves to curtail surging banking system liquidity that risks stoking inflation.

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Banks’ liquidity at healthy level

PETALING JAYA: Liquidity of the country’s banking system remains at a healthy level despite some tightening, says RAM Ratings.

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China central bank plans various tools to adjust liquidity

BEIJING: China's central bank will use various tools to adjust liquidity in a flexible way to help maintain appropriate growth in credit and social financing, a senior central bank official said in remarks published on Friday.

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Malaysia, others to lean on US$255bil China-Japan liquidity wall against Fed fallout

SINGAPORE: As investors brace for this week's historic U.S. interest rate decision, central banks in Asia's emerging markets will be standing by a quarter of a trillion dollars in emergency liquidity lines with China and Japan to prevent routs in their currencies. Malaysia's 180 billion yuan swap line, for example, could bolster its meagre $94.6 billion in reserves by almost a third.

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Maybank liquidity ratio at robust level

KUALA LUMPUR: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) says it does not need to undertake any form of fund-raising to meet the 60% liquidity coverage ratio (LCR), a requirement by Bank Negara for all financial institutions, because it is already in a comfortable position.

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Banks need to reach minimum liquidity coverage ratio of 60% by June

PETALING JAYA: The latest ruling by Bank Negara that Malaysian banks will need to reach a minimum liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) of 60% by June has stirred up competition for retail and fixed deposits.