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PETALING JAYA: More banks are setting aside provisions to reschedule and restructure (R&R) loans and this may further dampen earnings and impact asset quality this year as the sector braces for a challenging year.
BANK Negara’s announcement on limiting property loans to 35 years and personal loans to 10 years has received mixed reactions from members of the public.
BEIJING: China’s new bank loans rebounded in September after dipping in the two previous months, as policymakers rolled out measures to ensure sufficient liquidity in the financial system amid worries a trade war with the United States could hurt the economy.
BEIJING: Chinese banks extended 1.22 trillion yuan (US$181bil) in new loans in September, a three-month high and well above expectations, while money supply growth edged up, indicating the central bank is keeping policy accommodative to support economic growth.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian banks have the lowest bad loans in at least 17 years. They shouldn’t get used to it. While the lenders’ non-performing ratios are at the lowest levels in data going back to 1998, they’ve begun ticking up and Standard & Poor’s reckons they will keep doing so.
TOTAL household loans outstanding in Malaysia rose 6% to RM936.7bil as at end-July 2018, which represented 57.4% of the total loans outstanding in the country’s banking system.
KUALA LUMPUR: MBSB Bank Bhd, Malaysia’s second largest full-fledged Islamic bank by asset size, is currently processing up to RM6bil in loans for affordable housing.